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The Expression of God “God Himself, the Unique (I) God’s Authority (1)” (Part Three)

God’s words in this video are from the book “A Continuation of The Word Appears in the Flesh.”
The content of this video:
2. God Used His Words to Establish a Covenant with Man
After He Made All Things, the Authority of the Creator Was Confirmed and Shown Forth Once More in the “Rainbow Covenant”
3. The Blessings of God
The Unique Manner and Characteristics of the Creator’s Utterances Are a Symbol of the Unique Identity and Authority of the Creator

Salvation Meaning | Hymn “Changes in Disposition Are Inseparable from the Holy Spirit’s Work”

Changes in Disposition Are Inseparable from the Holy Spirit’s Work

1. Whether a person genuinely pursues does not depend on what others say about him or how others look at him. Rather, it depends on whether he has the working of the Holy Spirit, depends on whether he has the presence of the Holy Spirit, and depends even more on whether he has some transformation in his disposition and has some knowledge of God, has some knowledge of God after the Holy Spirit works on him for a period of time.

2. If one has the working of the Holy Spirit, his disposition will be gradually transformed and his knowledge, knowledge about the viewpoint of believing in God will become purer and purer. No matter how long a person has followed, as long as he has transformation, it means that he has the working of the Holy Spirit; if he has no transformation, it means that he has no, has no working of the Holy Spirit.

3. Even if such a person does service, he is driven by his intent of receiving blessings. Doing service occasionally cannot be a substitute for, be a substitute for the transformation of his disposition, and in the end he will still be one to perish. This is because in the kingdom, there is no need of service-doers and no need for anyone whose disposition is not transformed to wait upon the perfected ones who are faithful to God.

from “God and Man Will Enter Into Rest Together” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

Songs of Praise | Hymn “The One from Everlasting to Everlasting Holds Sovereignty over Everything”

The One from Everlasting to Everlasting Holds Sovereignty over Everything

So many living beings are living and reproducing in the vast expanse of the universe, following the law of life over and over, adhering to one constant rule. Ah … ah … ah … ah…. (Among all things and in the heavens there is but One from everlasting to everlasting who holds sovereignty over everything.)

Those who die take with them the stories of the living, and those who are living repeat the same tragic history of those who have died. And so mankind can’t help but ask itself: Why do we live? And why do we have to die? Who is in command of this world? And who created this mankind? Was mankind really created by Mother Nature? Is mankind really in control of its own fate?Mankind does not know who is the Sovereign of all things in the universe, much less does he know the beginning and future of mankind. Mankind merely lives, perforce, amidst this law. None can escape it and none can change it, for among all things and in the heavens there is but One from everlasting to everlasting who holds sovereignty over everything, holds sovereignty over everything.

He is the One who has never been beheld by man, the One whom mankind has never known, in whose existence mankind has never believed, in whose existence mankind has never believed, yet He is the One who breathed the breath into mankind’s ancestors and gave life to mankind. He is the One who supplies and nourishes mankind for its existence, and guides mankind up to the present day. Moreover, He and He alone is whom mankind depends on for its survival. He holds sovereignty over all things and rules all living beings beneath the universe. He commands the four seasons, and it is He who calls forth wind, frost, snow, and rain. He gives mankind sunshine and brings the coming of night. It was He who laid out the heaven and earth, providing man with mountains, lakes and rivers and all the living things within them.

His deed is everywhere, His power is everywhere, His wisdom is everywhere, and His authority is everywhere. Each of these laws and rules are the embodiment of His deed, and every one of them reveals His wisdom and authority. Who can exempt themselves from His sovereignty? And who can discharge themselves from His designs? All things exist beneath His gaze, and moreover, all things live beneath His sovereignty. His deed and His power leave mankind with no choice but to acknowledge the fact that He really does exist and holds sovereignty over all things.

No other thing apart from Him can command the universe, much less can it ceaselessly provide for this mankind. Regardless of whether you are able to recognize the deed of God, and irrespective of whether you believe in the existence of God, there is no doubt that your fate lies within the ordination of God, and there is no doubt that God will always hold sovereignty over all things.His existence and authority are not predicated upon whether or not they can be recognized and comprehended by man. Only He knows man’s past, present and future, and only He can determine the fate of mankind. Only He knows man’s past, present and future, and only He can determine the fate of mankind. Regardless of whether you are able to accept this fact, it will not be long, will not be long before mankind witnesses all of this with his own eyes, and this is the fact that God will soon bring to bear. Mankind lives and dies under the eyes of God. Mankind lives for the management of God, and his eyes close also for the very same management. Over and over again, man comes and goes, comes and goes, back and forth. Without exception, it is all part of the sovereignty and designs of God. The management of God is always going forward and has never ceased, has never ceased. He will make mankind aware of His existence, trust in His sovereignty, behold His deed, and return to His kingdom. This is His plan, and the work that He has been conducting for thousands of years.

from “Man Can Only Be Saved Amidst the Management of” God in The Word Appears in the Flesh

Voice of God | Hymn of God’s Word “The Sighing of the Almighty”

The Sighing of the Almighty

1. The eyes of the Almighty look around the severely afflicted mankind, hearing the wailing of those suffering, seeing the shamelessness of those afflicted, and feeling the helplessness and dread of the mankind who has lost salvation. Mankind has rejected His care, walked their own path, and avoided the searching of His eyes. They would rather taste all the bitterness of the deep sea, along with the enemy. They would rather taste all the bitterness of the deep sea, along with the enemy. The sighing of the Almighty can no longer, can no longer be heard. The hands of the Almighty are no longer willing to touch, the hands of the Almighty are no longer willing to touch the tragic mankind. Ah … ah….

2. He repeats His work, regaining and losing, time and again. He repeats His work, regaining and losing, time and again. From that moment, He grows tired, and feels weary, so He stops the work in His hand, and no longer wanders among the people. … People are not at all aware of these, not aware of these changes, not aware of the coming and going, the coming and going, the sorrow and grief of the Almighty. Ah … ah….

3. All that is in this world is fast changing with the Almighty’s thoughts, under His eyes. Things mankind has never heard of can abruptly arrive. And yet, what mankind has always owned can unknowingly slip away. No one can fathom the Almighty’s whereabouts, and further, no one can feel the transcendence and greatness of the Almighty’s life power, the transcendence and greatness of the Almighty’s life power. His transcendence lies in how He can perceive what humans cannot. His greatness lies in how He is the One who saves mankind, who, who rejects Him. He knows the meaning of life and death. Even more, He knows the rules of living for mankind, whom He created. He is the basis for human existence and the Redeemer for mankind to resurrect again. He weighs down happy hearts with distress and lifts up sorrowful hearts with happiness. This is all for His work, and His plan. This is all for His work, and His plan. He weighs down happy hearts with distress and lifts up sorrowful hearts with happiness. This is all for His work, and His plan. This is all for His work, and His plan.

from “The Sighing of the Almighty” in The Word Appears in the Flesh