44 God Wishes Everyone to Be Perfected

1. All those who are willing to be made perfect and are loyal to God, all those who obey, and all those who faithfully perform their function—all such people can be made perfect. In the future you will all enter the destination. There is no need to worry about this. As long as you are willing to pursue in this direction, you can be made perfect.

2. God is unwilling to forsake or eliminate any of those among you, but if you do not strive to do well, then you are only ruining yourself; God’s wish is for every person to be made perfect, to be ultimately gained by Him, to be completely cleansed by Him, and to become one He loves.

3. It matters not whether God say you are backward or of poor caliber—this is all fact. His saying this does not prove that I intend to forsake you, that He has lost hope in you, much less that He is unwilling to save you. Today He has come to do the work of your salvation, provided that you are willing, provided that you pursue, in the end you will be able to achieve the effects, and not one of you will be forsaken.

4. God wants everyone to catch up, wants everyone to have the work and the enlightenment of the Holy Spirit, and be able to obey to the very end. When you have all performed your duty, you will all have been made perfect, you will also have resounding testimony. All those who have testimony are those who have been victorious over Satan and gained God’s promise, and they are the ones who will remain to live in the wonderful destination.

from “Restoring the Normal Life of Man and Taking Him to a Wonderful Destination” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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