Who brings disaster? What should we do so as to be left in disaster?

In recent years, plagues, famines, floods, droughts, and earthquakes can be seen everywhere. Some people lost their lives in disaster, yet some people were left in disaster. Then who brings disaster? What should we do so as to be left in disaster?

Noah built the ark.

Almighty God says: “The disaster is brought down by Me and of course, orchestrated by Me. If you cannot work for good in My presence, then you will not escape suffering the disaster” (The Word Appears in the Flesh).If mankind wishes to have a good fate, if a country wishes to have a good fate, then man must bow down to God in worship and repent and confess before God, or else the fate and destination of man will unavoidably end in catastrophe.” “Look back to the time of Noah’s ark: Mankind was deeply corrupt, had strayed from the blessing of God, was no longer cared for by God, and had lost the promises of God. They lived in darkness, without the light of God. Thus they became licentious by nature, abandoned themselves to hideous depravity. Such men could no longer receive the promise of God; they were unfit to witness the face of God, nor to hear the voice of God, for they had abandoned God, had cast aside all that He had bestowed upon them, and had forgotten the teachings of God. Their heart strayed farther and farther from God, and as it did, they became depraved beyond all reason and humanity, and became increasingly evil. Thus they came ever closer to death, and fell under the wrath and punishment of God. Only Noah worshiped God and shunned evil, and so he was able to hear the voice of God, and hear the instructions of God. He built the ark according to the instructions of God’s word, and assembled all manner of living creatures. And in this way, once everything had been prepared, God unleashed His destruction upon the world. Only Noah and the seven members of his family survived the destruction, for Noah worshiped Jehovah and shunned evil” (The Word Appears in the Flesh). These words show us that disasters are brought down by God and orchestrated by God. Why does God bring down disasters? Because mankind has been deeply corrupted by Satan and has long become opponents of God. In the time of Noah, God destroyed the world by a flood, because men at that time worshiped idols instead of God, and they were corrupt and promiscuous to the extreme and lost all of their humanity, to such a point that God was unbearable to witness. As such, God destroyed the men of that age and left behind only Noah’s family of eight, for Noah worshiped Jehovah and shunned evil. Compared to those in the time of Noah, people today have been much more corrupted. This is why there are ever more and greater disasters now. Eventually, those who do not worship God will perish in the disasters, for disasters are brought by God for the destruction of this corrupt mankind. It is because this mankind does not worship God but resists God that they invite such catastrophe. If all mankind come before God to worship Him, they will never be attacked by any disaster. Rather, they will surely receive God’s blessings and live without worries, sorrows, or tears, like Adam and Eve who lived happily in the Garden of Eden in the beginning. After the betrayal of Adam and Eve, they lived a cursed life, and calamities arose and death came upon men. So, if today we all reject Satan and worship God, God will surely bless us. At the time He uses disasters to destroy this old, corrupt world, He will keep those who truly believe in Him from the disasters and bring them into the next age. Now we are living in the late period of the last days. The Lord Jesus has returned in China and does the work of judgment and chastisement by expressing words. He is Almighty God, the last Christ. Only those who closely follow the footsteps of God’s work and truly worship God can be left in disaster. In this video there are some wonderful experiences of brothers and sisters who have been kept by God in disaster. Share it with everyone.

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