Almighty God says, “In the Age of the Millennial Kingdom, people will have been perfected and purified of all the corrupt dispositions within them. The words God speaks at that time will guide people step by step, disclose the mysteries of all the work he has done from the creation of the world until now, and tell people what he does in each age, what he does each day, how he guides men within them, the work he does in the spiritual realm, and the movement in the spiritual realm. That time will truly be the Age of the Word. Now is only a miniature of it.”
Almighty God says, “The ‘incarnated God’ and the ‘men used by God’ are different in substance. The incarnated God can do the work of divinity, whereas the men used by God cannot do the work of divinity. At the beginning of each age, God’s Spirit speaks personally, starting the new age and bringing people into a new start. After he finishes his words, that is, after God finishes his work of divinity, people all enter into the experience of life under the leading of the men used by God.”
God’s Love and Substance Are Originally Selfless
God always bestows the best aspect and the best things all to man, while he himself endures all sufferings silently. However, God never voices these sufferings openly, but endures them silently, endures them and waits silently. God’s endurance does not mean that he is unfeeling, numb, or at the end of his resources, nor is it a manifestation of being cowardly, nor is it a manifestation of being cowardly, but rather, it means that God’s love and substance are originally selfless, and it is a natural expression of his substance and disposition and is also a true reflection of the identity of God—the true Creator. But rather, it means that God’s love and substance are originally selfless, and it is a natural expression of his substance and disposition and is also a true reflection of the identity of God—the true Creator, is also a true reflection of the identity of God—the true Creator.
from “God’s Work, God’s Disposition, and God Godself (1)” in A Continuation of The Word Appears in the Flesh