Question 3: I’ve believed in the Lord for many years and I’ve read the Bible quite a bit, so why haven’t I seen the Lord prophesying that in the last days He will become flesh again and become the Son of man to perform the work of judgment? You bear witness that the Lord Jesus has already been incarnated again, that He is Almighty God, and that He’s doing the work of judgment in the last days. Is there any biblical basis for this? Is this affirmed by the religious world?

Answer: Whether or not there is a biblical basis for God incarnating in the last days and doing the work of judgment is actually quite clear to anyone with their eyes open. The Bible prophesies in at least 200 places that God will do the work of judgment in the last days, and there is clear scripture proof of God becoming flesh to do the work of judgment in the last days. The Lord Jesus said, “For the Father judges no man, but has committed all judgment to the Son.…” (Jhn 5:22). “And has given him authority to execute judgment also, because he is the Son of man” (Jhn 5:27). The Lord Jesus directly prophesied that God of the last days will become flesh as the Son of man to carry out His judgment. All references to “Son” or “Son of man” are certainly references to Christ in the flesh. If He were a Spirit, He cannot be called the “Son of man.” When God becomes flesh, He becomes a regular, normal person, and only then is He called the Son of man, that is, Christ. That is utterly certain. So, when the Lord Jesus returns in the last days, of course He is the Son of man in the flesh who walks among mankind to utter words and do the work of judgment in the last days. We bear witness that Almighty God is the return of the Lord Jesus who is doing the work of judgment in the last days, and this completely fulfills the biblical prophecies. The Lord Jesus also said: “And if any man hear my words, and believe not, I judge him not: for I came not to judge the world, but to save the world. He that rejects me, and receives not my words, has one that judges him: the word that I have spoken, the same shall judge him in the last day” (Jhn 12:47-48). The Lord Jesus’ words were very clear: He came to do the work of redemption, not the work of judgment, and He would judge people in the last days using the words He speaks. Almighty God has accomplished what the Lord Jesus prophesied, and He has done the work of judgment that begins with the house of God. This book, “The Word Appears in the Flesh,” is made up of personal utterances from Almighty God, and it is a record of God’s work of judgment in the last days. Let’s read some of Almighty God’s words.

In the last days, Christ uses a variety of truths to teach man, to expose the essence of man, and to dissect the words and deeds of man. These words comprise various truths, such as man’s duty, how man should obey God, how man should be loyal to God, how man ought to live out normal humanity, as well as the wisdom and the disposition of God, and so on. These words are all directed at the essence of man and his corrupt disposition. In particular, the words that expose how man spurns God are spoken in regard to how man is an embodiment of Satan, and an enemy force against God. In undertaking His work of judgment, God does not simply make clear the nature of man with a few words; He exposes, deals with, and prunes over the long term. These methods of exposure, dealing, and pruning cannot be substituted with ordinary words, but with the truth of which man is utterly bereft. Only methods such as these can be called judgment; only through judgment of this kind can man be subdued and thoroughly convinced into submission to God, and moreover gain true knowledge of God. What the work of judgment brings about is man’s understanding of the true face of God and the truth about his own rebelliousness. The work of judgment allows man to gain much understanding of the will of God, of the purpose of God’s work, and of the mysteries that are incomprehensible to him. It also allows man to recognize and know his corrupt substance and the roots of his corruption, as well as to discover the ugliness of man. These effects are all brought about by the work of judgment, for the substance of this work is actually the work of opening up the truth, the way, and the life of God to all those who have faith in Him. This work is the work of judgment done by God” (“Christ Does the Work of Judgment With the Truth” in The Word Appears in the Flesh).

We are all clear that in the Age of Grace, the stage of work the Lord Jesus did was that of redemption, so by undergoing His work we can experience a fact: Although we have gained forgiveness through His sacrifice to atone for our sins, our sinful natures have not been resolved. We are subjected to the constraints of our satanic natures and frequently sin and resist God. We live within the torment of the binds and control of our satanic natures, and we frequently cannot help but rebel against and resist God. We cannot put the Lord’s words into practice, and doubt often crops up in our hearts as to whether we can be in line with God’s will with our frequent sinning, and whether we can really enter the kingdom of heaven. This is why God has become flesh in the last days to do a stage of the work of judgment and purification targeting the needs of corrupt mankind, so that man may completely cast off the influence of Satan, achieve salvation, and be gained by God. By expressing the truth, Almighty God judges and exposes the essence and truth of how deeply mankind has been corrupted by Satan, unveils and dissects the source of mankind’s sinfulness and resistance to God, vividly and thoroughly dissects mankind’s nature and essence, and reveals to mankind His righteous, majestic disposition that will not tolerate offenses. From the judgment of Almighty God’s words we can see how deeply we’ve been corrupted by Satan and that our natures are full of satanic elements such as arrogance and conceit, selfishness and deceit, greediness and evil, and disgust for the truth. We can see that we only believe in God to gain blessings and enter the kingdom of heaven, and for the sake of our own benefit we often lie and deceive; when God’s work does not accord with our notions, we judge Him, resist Him, and betray Him. We can also see that we simply are the embodiment of Satan, like living demons with hardly any likeness of a human being. We then begin to hate ourselves and to prostrate ourselves before God, and repent. From God’s judgment and chastisement, we see His righteous disposition that will not tolerate offenses and that His holiness cannot be sullied. This causes us to develop a heart of reverence for God and become willing to accept the truth and obey God’s designs and arrangements. By undergoing His judgment and chastisement our dispositions in life change, we possess a conscience and reason more and more, become able to put the truth into practice and rely on God’s words for our lives. We gradually enter into the reality of the truth and come to have the likeness of a true human being. Almighty God’s work of judgment in the last days resolves the source of mankind’s sinfulness and resistance to God from its root, ending thousands of years of human life of sinning and then confessing. This allows corrupt mankind to thoroughly cast off Satan’s dark influence, and be gained and saved by God. This is the goal and the significance of God doing the work of judgment. This clearly shows us that the work of judgment done by Almighty God of the last days is the work of purifying and perfecting mankind, and is built upon the foundation of the Lord Jesus’ work of redemption. It is the work that the Lord Jesus wanted to do in His return. Thus, Almighty God is the Lord Jesus returned.

from the movie script of Waiting

Previous: Question 2: The Lord Jesus was crucified as a sin offering to redeem mankind. We have accepted the Lord, and obtained salvation through His grace. Why do we still have to accept Almighty God’s work of judgment and purification in the last days?

Next: Question 4: Just then, you said that the most prophesied thing in the Bible is God’s judgment work in the last days. There are at least 200 places in the Bible mentioning that God will come to carry out His judgment. This is completely true. This was stated even more clearly in 1 Peter 4:17: “For the time is come that judgment must begin at the house of God.” It seems God’s judgment work in the last days is a certainty. But what you witnessed is God of the last days coming into the flesh to do His judgment work. This is different to what we accept. We believe the Lord in the last days will appear to mankind and work in the form of Jesus’ spiritual body following the resurrection. This is also the view of the majority in religious circles. This concept of the returned Lord appearing to man and working in the flesh is something we still cannot see through, so please communicate some more with us.

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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 said He will come back and take us to the kingdom of heaven. However, what you’re saying is that the Lord has become flesh to do the work of judgment in the last days. It is said right in the Bible that the Lord will come upon a cloud all in glory. But you’re saying that the Lord has become flesh in secret. That sounds a lot different.

“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)

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?

Almighty God says, “The Spirit within Jesus, the Spirit in heaven, and the Spirit of Jehovah are all one. It can be called the Holy Spirit, the Spirit of God, the sevenfold intensified Spirit, and the all-inclusive Spirit. The Spirit of God alone can carry out much work. He is able to create the world and destroy it by flooding the earth; He can redeem all mankind, and moreover, conquer and destroy all mankind. This work is all carried out by God Himself….”

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