139 If Mankind Can Care for God’s Heart, He Will Surely Bless All Mankind

1. Kingdom, what God means is the life that is lived directly under the auspices of divinity, in which all humankind is shepherded by Him directly, is trained by Him directly, so that the lives of all humankind, though still on earth, are as if in heaven, a true embodiment of life in the third heaven. How many times have God comes into man’s midst to listen to his prayers, and how many times has He, walking among men, enjoyed their praises? How many times have God comes into man’s midst to listen to his prayers, and how many times has He enjoyed their praises? Even though human beings have never been aware of God’s existence, He still goes about His work in this way.

2. In God’s dwelling place, which is the place where He is hidden, nevertheless, in this His dwelling place, He has defeated all His enemies; in His dwelling place, He has gained real experience of living on earth; in His dwelling place, He is observing man’s every word and action, and dictating to the whole of the human race. If humanity could feel solicitude for God’s intentions, thereby satisfying His heart and giving Him pleasure, He would then surely bless all mankind. If humanity could feel solicitude for God’s intentions, thereby satisfying His heart and giving Him pleasure, He would then surely bless all mankind. Is this not what He intends for humanity?

from “The Thirteenth Utterance” of God’s Utterance to the Entire Universe in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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