Daily Archives: 2015-07-03

Christ’s Latest Word “God’s Work, God’s Disposition, and God Godself (1)” (Part Two)

To know about God’s disposition and know about God Godself, we have to begin with the little bits. With the little bits of what things should we begin? First, I have found some verses from the Bible. The following materials are the verses extracted from the Bible. These verses are all related to the subject of “God’s work, God’s disposition, and God Godself,” which I have specially found to serve as reference material for you to know God’s work, God’s disposition, and God Godself. Here we will share these verses and see what disposition and what substance God expressed in his former work, which are unknown to man. Although these verses are old, the topic we will fellowship about is something new and is something man does not have and something man has never heard. Some people may feel this is unthinkable: “The story of Adam and Eve is brought up, and also the story of Noah. Aren’t we taking the road back?” No matter what you think, these Bible verses are very useful to the topic to be fellowshipped about today, and they can serve as the teaching material or the first-hand material for this topic. After I fellowship about these verses, you will know my purpose in selecting them. Continue reading

Almighty God’s Utterance “The Difference Between the Ministry of the Incarnated God and the Duty of Man”

Almighty God says, “No matter whether the incarnated God speaks, works, or performs signs, he is doing the great works within the management work, and these works cannot be done by man in his stead. But when man works, he is only performing the duty of a created being in a certain stage of God’s management work. Without God’s management, that is, without the ministry of the incarnated God, there would not be the duty of created beings. When God works and performs his ministry, he is managing man, whereas when man performs his duty, he is fulfilling his responsibility, which is for satisfying the requirement of the Creator, and he is not at all performing ministry. As far as God’s original essence, Spirit, is concerned, God is carrying out his management when he works, but as far as the God who is incarnated and has the shell of a created being is concerned, he is performing his ministry. No matter what work he does, he is performing his ministry. Man can only do what he can do within his management and under his leading.”