1010 God’s Arrangements for All People’s Outcomes

Verse 1

Those who do all evil deeds

during the time of judgment,

God will consign to a place

filled with evil spirits there.

These spirits will ravage

and destroy their bodies at will,

making them stink like a corpse.

Such is their fitting reward.

Verse 2

God notes down all sins of false believers,

disloyal false apostles and workers.

God will let them be defiled by unclean spirits,

no rebirth or light for them.

Hypocrites who served Him

but can’t be loyal to the end

will be numbered by God among the wicked.

They’ll fall into cahoots with the wicked,

become part of their riotous throng.

In the end God will see to their annihilation.


Those who’ve been disloyal to Christ,

dedicated no efforts,

God will cast them all aside,

taking no notice of them.

They will end up being destroyed

at the time the age changes.

No more shall they live on earth,

much less enter God’s kingdom.

The insincere who have to deal with God

are counted as those serving God’s people.

A few can live while the rest shall die

with those whose service is inadequate.

Verse 3

Finally God shall bring into His kingdom

the like-minded with Him,

His people, sons and predestined priests.

These are the fruits of God’s work.

Those who don’t fall into any

of these categories will be found

among the unbelievers.

Think of what their fate will be.


God has said all that He should;

you decide which road to take.

Know God’s work never waits

for those who can’t keep up.

God has said all that He should;

you decide which road to take.

His righteous disposition

shows no mercy to any man.

Adapted from The Word, Vol. 1. The Appearance and Work of God. Christ Does the Work of Judgment With the Truth

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