68 What God Cares About the Most Are the Human Beings He Wants to Save

1. In this current age, God cannot wait to complete His plan and save the people He wants to save. Under these circumstances, what God cares about the most is not how those who don’t follow Him at all or those who oppose Him anyway treat Him or resist Him, or how mankind is slandering Him. He only cares about whether those who follow Him, the objects of His salvation in His management plan, have been made complete, whether they have achieved His satisfaction. As for the people other than those who follow Him, God merely occasionally provides a bit of punishment to express His wrath.

2. At the same time, He is also strongly protecting and looking after those who follow Him and are about to be saved by Him. God’s disposition is this: On the one hand, He can give the people He intends to make complete extreme patience and tolerance, and wait for them for as long as He possibly can; on the other hand, God strongly hates and loathes the Satan-type of people who don’t follow Him and oppose Him. Although He doesn’t care whether these Satan-types follow Him or worship Him, He still detests them while having patience for them in His heart, and as He determines the ending of these Satan-types, He is also waiting for the arrival of the steps of His management plan, waiting for the arrival of the steps of His management plan, waiting for the arrival of the steps of His management plan.

from “God’s Work, God’s Disposition, and God Himself I” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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