Question 3: Man can never become God, even if he lives out a bit of God’s image. I can totally get behind that. But when we say man can become God so long as he can manage to live out God’s image, we are not referring to the God with His person, we are instead referring to the God with His life disposition but without His person. If we live out God’s image, then we will become God with the life of God, it’s just that we won’t have the person of God. So, I think the words “God became man that man may become God” are still perfectly valid.

Answer: God is the Creator. There are not many Gods, there is only one God. God's disposition and the substance of His life are unique and unparalleled. It would be impossible for God to make other Gods, because what God created is man, and it is man that He will save and attain in the end. God never said anything about making man God. Almighty God says, “Since all people say that God is the only one true God, then there is a single God, divisible at will by none! God is only one Spirit, and only one person; and that is the Spirit of God” (The Word, Vol. 1. The Appearance and Work of God. Does the Trinity Exist?). God is unique. He is the one true God, and He absolutely cannot be divided into separate persons. God’s incarnation means that God’s Spirit puts on a flesh to do His work and save mankind. “God’s person”, this kind of saying simply doesn’t exist. Just as the Lord Jesus said, “I and my Father are one.” So, we can be certain that the idea that God has different persons is one of Satan’s deceptive fallacies. It is Satan, intending to disturb and interrupt God’s work. According to your own words, God can be divided into God with God’s person and God with God's life disposition but without God’s person. If this were true, then there would be many Gods, and God would not be unique and unparalleled. Therefore, what you are talking about is polytheism. This has no basis in the Bible and does not accord with God’s word. It’s totally wrong! In fact, the God with His life disposition but without His person doesn’t exist at all! True believers in God expect nothing but for God’s salvation so that they can break free from Satan’s influence and become men of truth and humanity. Satisfying God is their highest aspiration. However, those who wish to become God are Satan, the archangel. So, those who fabricated this absurd fallacy—God became man that man may become God— have certainly come from Satan to disturb God's work. They are antichrists who deceive man. No doubt about it.

Even if we experience God’s work all the way through to the end, and are able to live out God’s image after God perfects us, we still can’t become God. Because in the beginning, God created man in His image, and Adam and Eve both had the glory of God. Does this make Adam and Eve God? God never said they were God. God only said they were humans, humans who lacked the truth and were corrupted by Satan. The work of God’s two incarnations is to save and perfect man, and to make man become men of truth and humanity, so that they will all obey and worship God and become the holy people. It’s not to make man God. Let’s read a passage from Almighty God, “The first incarnation was to redeem man from sin, to redeem him by means of the fleshly body of Jesus, that is, He saved man from the cross, but the corrupt satanic disposition still remained within man. The second incarnation is no longer to serve as a sin offering but rather to save fully those who were redeemed from sin. This is done so that those who have been forgiven may be delivered from their sins and made fully clean, and by attaining a changed disposition, break free of Satan’s influence of darkness and return before the throne of God. Only in this way can man be fully sanctified. After the Age of Law had come to an end, and beginning with the Age of Grace, God began the work of salvation, which continues until the last days when, in judging and chastising the human race for their rebelliousness, He will completely purify mankind. Only then will God conclude His work of salvation and enter into rest” (The Word, Vol. 1. The Appearance and Work of God. The Mystery of the Incarnation (4)). Man is the object of God’s salvation in His 6,000 year management work. God began the work of salvation because after Satan corrupted mankind, mankind began to resist and betray God and fell into a life of sin. God’s purpose in saving mankind is to save them from Satan’s influence, to lead them to cast off their corrupt, satanic disposition and purify them, so that man can all obey and worship God, and live in accordance with God’s will. This has absolutely nothing to do with making men into God. God has never, ever said He would make man God. Humans have been deeply corrupted by Satan. We will be lucky enough if we can attain God’s salvation, gain the truth, become men possessed of truth and humanity, and become holy. So why do some people still have such greedy ambitions? Why can’t they be satisfied with just being saved? Why do they still want to become God? Isn’t it because of their satanic disposition? Isn’t this the greedy ambition of the archangel? Because the archangel aspired to be God and stand equal to God, God struck it down from heaven. From this, we see that anyone who desires to become God and spreads misconceptions about becoming God has seriously offended God’s disposition and committed a heinous crime. This is purely Satan disturbing God’s work. This is Satan continuing to corrupt and deceive mankind, inciting them to oppose God. God will surely curse these men.

—The movie script of Rapture In Peril

Previous: Question 2: About God’s words in Genesis “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness” (Gen 1:26), I don’t fully understand this. If God made man in His image, doesn’t it mean we have the image of God? If we were made in God’s image, are we man or are we God?

Next: Question 4: When the incarnate Lord Jesus was resurrected after His crucifixion, He became the life-giving Spirit. And thereby the life-giving Spirit dwells within us, blends with our spirit, and the two spirits will become one. So how could we not become God in the end? How could I be wrong about this?

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Question 2: What’s the difference between God’s work and man’s work? And what’s the essential difference between God incarnate and the people who God uses?

Almighty God says, “The work of God Himself involves the work of all of mankind, and it also represents the work of the entire era. That is to say, God’s own work represents the movement and trend of all of the work of the Holy Spirit, whereas the work of the apostles follows God’s own work and does not lead the era, nor does it represent the working trend of the Holy Spirit in the entire era. They only do the work man ought to do, which does not at all involve the management work. God’s own work is the project within the management work. Man’s work is only the duty of men being used and bears no relation to the management work”

Question 4: People are sinful, but the sin offering of the Lord Jesus is forever effective. As long as we confess our sins to the Lord, He will forgive us. We are sinless in the Lord’s eyes, so we can enter the kingdom of heaven!

Almighty God says, "A sinner such as you, who has just been redeemed, and has not been changed, or been perfected by God, can you be after God’s heart? For you, you who are still of your old self, it is true that you were saved by Jesus, and that you are not counted as sinners because of the salvation of God, but this does not prove that you are not sinful, and are not impure."

Question 5: Paul said in 2 Timothy 3:16: “All scripture is given by inspiration of God….” This shows that everything in the Bible is the word of God. But there are actually people who say that not everything in the Bible is the word of God. Isn’t this denying the Bible and deceiving people?

Almighty God says, “In truth, with the exception of the books of prophecy, the Old Testament is mostly a historical record. Some of the New Testament epistles derive from human experiences, others from the enlightenment of the Holy Spirit; the letters of Paul, for instance, are from human work, and they were all enlightened by the Holy Spirit. These letters, which Paul sent to the churches, offer words of exhortation and encouragement to the brothers and sisters there; they are not the words of the Holy Spirit. Paul could not speak on behalf of the Holy Spirit. He was not a prophet, and moreover he did not see visions. These letters were written to the churches of that time in Ephesus, Philadelphia, Galatia, and other places.”

Question 1: The Lord’s promise is that He will come again to take us into the kingdom of heaven, and yet you testify that the Lord has already been incarnated to do the work of judgment in the last days. The Bible clearly prophesies that the Lord will descend with power and great glory on clouds. This is quite different from what you’ve testified, that the Lord has already been incarnated and secretly descended among men.

“And at midnight there was a cry made, Behold, the bridegroom comes; go you out to meet him.” (Matthew 25:6) “… I come as a thief.” (Revelation 16:15) “Behold, he comes with clouds; and every eye shall see him, and they also which pierced him: and all kindreds of the earth shall wail because of him.” (Revelation 1:7)


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