The mountain, the house of God, Zion, and Jerusalem all refer to the true church of the last days.
We will go up to this mountain, to this house of God, and the Lord will reveal the truth to us and
teach us so that we can see the light of the truth.
The queen of Sheba traveled thousands of miles to listen to King Solomon's words of wisdom (1 Kgs 10:1-6).
The Ethiopian eunuch endured the long journey to Jerusalem to learn more about the truth (Acts 8:27-29).
Modern transportation has made traveling to distant places more convenient. We don't need to go through
the trouble that the queen and the eunuch went through, traveling long distances to search for the truth.
If others have been willing to endure difficulties to learn the truth, how much more should we, as children
of God, endure to understand the truth that we believe in?
We must show our love for the truth.
Keep my commands and live, And my law as the apple of your eye. Bind them on your fingers;
Write them on the tablet of your heart. (Prov 7:2, 3)
After a person acquires a treasure, he will certainly store it in a very secure place. If he treats it
as junk, what profit would this treasure bring him? Truth is far more valuable than money and jewels,
and cannot be exchanged for wealth.
I entreat brothers and sisters who have already received the truth to be watchful and make every effort
to guard yourselves, lest you reject the truth and be rejected by the truth in the end.