The Word of Christ in the Last Days | “God’s Work, God’s Disposition, and God Himself II” (Part Six)
God’s words in this video are from the book “Continuation of The Word Appears in the Flesh”.
The content of this video:
Job’s Testimony Brings Comfort to God
Although God Has Not Revealed Himself to Job, Job Believes in the Sovereignty of God
Job’s Faith in God Is Not Shaken Because God Is Hidden From Him
Job Blesses the Name of God and Does Not Think of Blessings or Disaster
Although God Is Hidden From Man, His Deeds Among All Things Are Sufficient for Man to Know Him
If Man’s Heart Is in Enmity to God, How Can He Fear God and Shun Evil
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God’s Mercy and Tolerance Are Not Rare—Man’s True Repentance Is
Regardless of how angry God had been with the Ninevites, as soon as they declared a fast and wore sackcloth and ashes, His heart gradually softened, and He began to change His heart. When He proclaimed to them that He would destroy their city—the moment prior to their confession and repentance for their sins—God was still angry with them. Once they had gone through a series of acts of repentance, God’s anger for the people of Nineveh gradually transformed into mercy and tolerance for them. There is nothing contradictory about the coinciding revelation of these two aspects of God’s disposition in the same event. How should one understand and know this lack of contradiction? God successively expressed and revealed these two polar-opposite substances as the people of Nineveh repented, allowing people to see the realness and the unoffendableness of God’s substance. God used His attitude to tell people the following: It is not that God does not tolerate people, or He does not want to show mercy to them; it is that they rarely truly repent toward God, and it is rare that people truly turn away from their evil ways and abandon the violence in their hands. Continue reading “The Creator’s Righteous Disposition Is Real and Vivid”
Worship Song “God’s Deeds Fill the Vast Expanse of the Universe” | Praise the Return of the Lord
1. God looks down upon all things from on high, and dominates all things from on high. At the same time, God has sent His salvation over the earth. God is watching from His secret place all the time, man’s every move, everything they say and do. God knows man like the palm of His hand. The secret place is God’s abode, the firmament is the bed He lies on. Satan’s force cannot reach unto God, for He is full of majesty, righteousness, and judgment.
2. God has trodden all things with His feet, He stretches out His gaze over the universe. And God has walked among men, has tasted the sweetness and bitterness, all flavors of the human world; but men, they never truly recognized God, nor did they notice God as He walked abroad. Because God was silent, and performed no supernatural deeds, thus, no one ever truly saw Him. Things are not now as they once were: God is going to do things that, throughout the ages, the world has never seen, God is going to speak words that, throughout the ages, men have never heard, because He asks that all humanity come to know God in the flesh.
from “The Fifth Utterance” and “The Sixth Utterance” of God’s Utterances to the Entire Universe in The Word Appears in the Flesh
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The Stark Contrast in Nineveh and Sodom’s Reaction toGod’s Warning
What does it mean to be overthrown? In colloquial terms, it means to disappear. But in what way? Who could make an entire city overthrown? It is impossible for man to perform such an act, of course. These people were no fools; as soon as they heard this proclamation, they caught the idea. They knew that it had come from God; they knew that God was going to perform His work; they knew that their wickedness had enraged Jehovah God and brought His anger down upon them, so that they would soon be destroyed along with their city. How did the people of the city behave after listening to Jehovah God’s warning?
Continue reading “God Sees the Sincere Repentance in the Depths of the Ninevites’ Hearts”