265 God’s Words Are the Forever Unchanging Truth


1. God’s words are the forever unchanging truth. God is the supply of life for man and the only guide for mankind, the only guide for mankind. The worth and meaning of God’s words are not determined by whether they are recognized or accepted by mankind, but by the substance of the words themselves. Even if not a single person on this earth can receive God’s words, the value of God’s words and their help to mankind are inestimable by any man.

2. Therefore, when faced with the many men who rebel against, refute, or are utterly contemptuous of God’s words, God’s stance is only this: Let time and facts be God’s witness and show that God’s words are the truth, the way, and the life. Let them show that all God has said is right, and is that which man should be furnished with, and, moreover, that which man should accept.

3. God will let all who follow Him know this fact: Those who cannot fully accept God’s words, those who cannot practice God’s words, those who cannot find a purpose in God’s words, and those who cannot receive salvation because of God’s words, are those who have been condemned by God’s words and, moreover, have lost God’s salvation, and God’s rod shall never stray from them. Let time and facts be God’s witness and show that God’s words are the truth, the way, and the life. Let time and facts be God’s witness and show that God’s words are the truth, the way, and the life, are the truth, the way, and the life.

from “You Ought to Consider Your Deeds” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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