855 The Dangerous Consequences of Betraying God

1 All souls corrupted by Satan are under the control of Satan’s domain. Only those who believe in Christ have been separated out, saved from Satan’s camp, and brought into today’s kingdom. These people no longer live under Satan’s influence. Even so, man’s nature is still rooted in man’s flesh. Even though your souls have been saved, your nature is still of its old appearance and the chance that you will betray Me remains at one hundred percent. That is why My work is so long-lasting, because your nature is too unshakable.

2 Now you are all suffering as much as you can in fulfilling your duties, but an undeniable fact is this: Each of you is capable of betraying Me and returning to Satan’s domain, to its camp, and going back to your old lives. At that time it won’t be possible for you to have a shred of humanity or appearance of a human being as you do now. In serious cases, you will be destroyed and furthermore be doomed eternally, never to be incarnated again but severely punished. My work is the work of saving people’s souls. If your soul falls into Satan’s hands, then your body will not have peaceful days.

3 If I am protecting your body, then your soul will surely be under My care. If I really loathe you, then your body and soul will immediately fall into Satan’s hands. Can you imagine what your situation will be like then? If one day My words are lost on you, then I shall hand you all over to Satan to doubly torture you until My anger has completely dissipated, or I shall personally punish you irredeemable humans, because your hearts of betraying Me have never changed.

Adapted from “A Very Serious Problem: Betrayal (2)” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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