Chapter 7. God Himself, the Unique III

… To allow people to know themselves, God has used many different methods. He allows people to gradually gain a knowledge of themselves through experience. Whether it be trials, judgment or chastisement, God allows people to experience without stop in His words and in actual facts. People experience the judgment, chastisement and discipline of God’s words, and they also experience the enlightenment and illumination of God’s words. At the same time, He allows people to recognize their corruption, rebelliousness, and nature. So what is the ultimate goal of all this? This ultimate goal is to allow every person experiencing God’s work to know what people are. What does “what people are” include? It includes allowing people to recognize their own identity, position, duty, and responsibility. It is to let you know who people are and who you are yourself. This is a final goal of God’s allowing people to know themselves. …

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