130 Humans Do Not Know How Lowly They Are


1. Mankind does not show any consideration for God’s feelings, but uses so-called “righteousness” to deal with God. Mankind has been like this for many years and for this reason God has said their disposition has not changed. This goes to show that they have no more substance than a few feathers. It may be said that humans are worthless wretches because they do not treasure themselves. If they don’t even love themselves, but trample on themselves, doesn’t this show they are worthless? Doesn’t this show they are worthless?

2. Mankind is like an immoral woman who plays games with herself and who gives herself willingly to others to be violated. But even so, they still do not know how lowly they are. They find pleasure in working for others, or in talking with others, putting themselves under the control of others; is this not truly the filthiness of mankind? Is this not truly the filthiness of mankind?

3. Because mankind does not know themselves, their greatest flaw is to willingly parade their charms before others, parading their ugly countenance; this is something God detests most, this is something God detests most. Because relations between people are abnormal, and there are no normal interpersonal relationships between people, much less do they have a normal relationship with God, much less do they have a normal relationship with God.

from “Interpretation of the Fourteenth Utterance” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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