Gospel Song | If a Person Always Holds on to the Old Things, He Becomes One Who Disrupts God’s Work

If a Person Always Holds on to the Old Things, He Becomes One Who Disrupts God’s Work

1. If you really want to be perfected, you have to make a resolution, to completely drop all the former things, completely drop all the former things, and even if what was done before was right and was done by God, you should drop it and not hold on to it; even if it was obviously the work of the Holy Spirit and was done directly by the Holy Spirit, today you have to drop it and can by no means hold on to it. This is God’s requirement. You can by no means hold on to it. This is God’s requirement. Everything should be renewed.

2. When God works and speaks, he does not mention any of the former old things and does not consult the old almanac. God is an ever-new and never-old God. God is an ever-new and never-old God. Even what he himself said before he does not hold on to. It can be well seen that God does not keep regulations. It can be well seen that God does not keep regulations. You, as a man, always hold on to the former things and do not drop them and apply them as formulas mechanically, while God does not work in the previous ways; then aren’t what you say and do disruptions? Aren’t they hostile to God? Do you want your whole life to be ruined by these old things? Because of these old things, you become a person who disrupts God’s work. Do you want to be such a person? If you really do not want to, you should immediately rein in and turn back, rein in and turn back and start all over again. Your former service God will not remember.

from “Religious Service Should Be Abolished” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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