334 God’s Judgment on All Nations and Peoples

1 God’s kingdom has been thoroughly realized and it has come down into the world publicly; even more this signifies that God’s judgment has completely befallen. All disasters will befall one after another; all nations and all places will experience disasters—plague, famine, flood, drought and earthquakes are everywhere. These disasters do not just happen in one or two places, nor will they be over within one or two days, but instead they will extend over a greater and greater area, and the disasters will become more and more severe. During this time all manner of insect plagues will arise in succession, and the phenomenon of cannibalism will occur in all places. This is God’s judgment on all nations and peoples.

2 God’s name must extend in all directions and to all places, that everyone may know His holy name and know Him. God’s name will circulate widely in the wake of the disasters, and if you’re not careful you will lose the share that should be yours; are you not afraid? God’s name extends out to all religions, all walks of life, all nations and all denominations. This is God’s work being done in an orderly way, in closely connected links; it all happens by God’s wise arrangement. God only wishes that you are able to advance with every step, closely following His footsteps.

Adapted from “Chapter 65” of Utterances of Christ in the Beginning in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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