177 God’s Love Is the Truest

1. It is an extremely great salvation to you that God does the conquering work on you. You all live in the sinful and licentious place and are all licentious and sinful people. Today you not only can see God, but more importantly, you have received the chastisement and judgment, such deepest salvation, that is, have received God’s full salvation and God’s greatest love.

2. All that God does is true love for you; it is because of your sins that he judges you, so that you will examine yourselves and receive this extremely great salvation. All the work is for making men. God has been doing his utmost to save men from beginning to end, and he is not at all willing to destroy the men he created with his own hands. Now he has again come among you to work, so that you can receive his greatest salvation and receive all his love. Isn’t this even more salvation?

3. God does not hate you or have any bad intention toward you. You should know that God’s love is the truest. It is only because of men’s disobedience that he has to save men through judgment; otherwise, men still cannot be saved. As you do not know how to lead a life or how to live, and you live in this licentious and sinful place, he does not have the heart to leave you falling, or have the heart to see you living in the filthy place like this and being trampled by satan as it likes, or have the heart to let you fall into Hades, but only wants to gain you group of people and thoroughly save you. This is the main purpose of doing the conquering work on you.

from “The Inside Truth of the Conquering Work (4)” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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