221 Willing to Do Service with No Extravagant Demands

1. In performing duty we should not have extravagant demands, but only seek to requite God’s love. Speak empty words no more and do practical things more, so that we can share some worries of our God, we can share some worries of our God. Let us be an honest person and never be a crafty one; don’t hanker after enjoyments but care for God’s heart more. This is the sense we should have. This is the sense we should have. Ah hey! Ah … ah … live out the likeness of man and God’s heart will be pleased, and we will enjoy happiness with God. Ah hey! Ah … ah … for warnings, exhortations, and sincere admonitions, we feel deeply grateful in heart. God loves us to the utmost, God loves us to the utmost.

2. We should not live for ourselves. If we cannot love God, we are conscienceless. If we do not perform our duty, we are ungrateful. And that really fails God that really fails God. God is saving us for the last time, so don’t disappoint God again. Find out the root of disease and know the nature, to resolve all transgressions resolve all transgressions. Ah hey! Ah … ah … God’s work and word bring me the transformation of life disposition, Ah hey! Ah … ah … and the recovery of sense and conscience, so I have the likeness of man and eventually gain the truth and the life. I am thankful for God’s love. Ah hey! Ah … ah … God’s work and word bring me the transformation of life disposition, Ah hey! Ah … ah … and the recovery of sense and conscience, so I have the likeness of man and eventually gain the truth and the life. I am thankful for God’s love.

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