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Majestic as it is, Iglesia Ni Cristo Temple imposes the unseen qualities of the organization it represents. From a distant view it would appear to be floating in glory. It is really amazing for a church with a humble beginning, from its country of origin (Philippines being a 3rd world country) to achieve its present stature-a Global Church! By analogy it could be compared to a glowing tree planted in a rocky and dry ground. Without biases, this church really deserves ones admiration.
The Iglesia Ni Cristo CENTRAL TEMPLE is the Best Church because this is the the largest church ever built in the Philippines.
Nothing or no religion can put down the Iglesia ni Cristo now a days. It is the only church in the world that is ever growing compared to other religion in the world today. Even in Japan, China, Russia, all those impossible places you'd never guess the church will penetrate, especially Spain, the central place of Catholicism. We've got locales there in Madrid, hah top that, after only 100 yrs, we've reached all over the world. Even japan, and Australia, we have big Locales there too. So think of your souls future? Would you be rather held by angels (minister of the church) by both hand and feet and saying, 1...2...3... Then throw you down where there's weeping and gnassing of teeth, doing the disco dance with red lights @ the bottom of their feet... Or would you rather enter the kingdom of Christ where there is no need to work or have a job, everything there is free, no more pain or sorrow. We'll be with the Lord 4 evahh. But your name must be in the book of life, what is that book, ...more
This is the ONLY ONE TRUE CHURCH built by none other than Lord Jesus Christ himself. Matthew 16:18 - azielbornalobulosanV 1009 Comments
The only church that has a promised salvation on the day of judgment, it is clearly stated in the Holy Bible. I am very proud to be a member of the Iglesia Ni Cristo!
The Manila Philippines Temple is the 29th operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
On April 1, 1981, it was announced that a LDS temple would be built in the Philippines. The groundbreaking and site dedication for the temple were on August 25, 1982. Back in January 1981, the LDS Church had purchased land in Quezon City, in the Metro Manila area. The site was partly chosen because of its accessibility to members throughout the temple district.
On September 25, 1984, President Gordon B. Hinckley dedicated the Manila Philippines Temple. The temple serves half a million members of the LDS Church in the Philippines, Micronesia, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, India, and part of Burma. The temple has four ordinance rooms and three sealing rooms and has a total floor area of 26,683 square feet (2,478.9 m2). - Leonard
I really know that lds manila temple is very beautiful landmark here in the phil. Because it is really the house of the lord!
Where heavenly ordinance were ministered...It will open the gates between heaven and earth.V 12 Comments
The best church in the world.
Glory to God
In a time of great religious recession, the Church of Christ continues to erect magnificent houses of worship on the same level of splendor as ancient the cathedrals of old.
Modernized and one of most beautiful church owned by INC today!
I think it is the most beautiful religious edifice in my entire life!
One of the modernized church of the INCV 44 Comments
I am so blessed to be included in the TRUE CHURCH OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST WITH A TRUE LIVING APOSTLE.. WHEREIN ALL THE MINISTERS live in Faith..they are all administering and preaching the gospel throughout the world without being paid. REAL MINISTERS INDEED. What were written in the Holy Scriptures are actually being followed..THANK YOU LORD. I AM A PROUD 4TH WATCHER! - mrbd
This is the church that have a complete gifts of the Holy Spirit. I'm proud to be a member of this church. Praise the Lord!
This is the only Church has a Complete Gifts of God, and Has a Apostles Office in Our Time "End-Time"
The word is real not on men but through god and its base on the bible and in the apostles leadership.
praise be to God...
I'm proud to be a member of the church of Christ
For the glory of our Lord God... a place where worshippers gather.
I'm proud to be a member of the church of christ
Proud to be INCV 3 Comments
Just one of the many beautiful churches of the INC
Only one of the many gradeous and beautiful chapels built by the INC
Very Beautiful Church Built By The IGLESIA NI CRISTO...
It's the best of its kind
The biggest church in the Philippines.
Is a Minor Basilica in the town of Taal, Batangas in the Philippines. It is considered to be the largest church in the Philippines and in Asia, standing 96 metres (315 ft) long and 45 metres (148 ft) wide. St. Martin of Tours is the patron saint of Taal, whose fiesta is celebrated every November 11. - Leonard
A Christ centred church with all denomination
We are Christ committed followers!
I'm proud to be INC
I'm been there and it is huge and nice.
Looks like Noah's Ark.
Saved by faith alone
As a member of the Iglesia ni Cristo I am very privileged to have been blessed with the union of marriage inside this local. local ng cebu city
It is the first Protestant church in the Philippines.
With a very Americanized design replicating American protestant churches in the United States, it has a very high ceiling and stone walls making it very churchy and solemn for someone who is used to worship in that kind of a church. It has been also a commercial entity especially being a venue of Wedding of even non-Methodists. Chinese believe that the church brings good fortune for the couple because of Feng Shui's reading.
I was baptize there
This chapel is very beautiful not on outside but on inside too
This inc chapel is a extremely decorated chapel
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