Question 5: The Lord Jesus was the incarnate God; this is indisputable. Now you bear witness that Almighty God is the Lord Jesus returned in the flesh, but religious pastors and elders say that what you believe in is just a human being, that you have been deceived. We cannot figure this out. At that time when the Lord Jesus became flesh and came to do the work of redemption, the Jewish Pharisees also said that He was just a man, saying that anyone who believed in Him was being deceived. Therefore, we would like to seek this aspect of the truth regarding the incarnation of God. What exactly is the incarnation, and what is the essence of the incarnation? Please fellowship with us on this.


Your belief in the Lord Jesus as God’s incarnation is not false. But why do you believe in the Lord Jesus? Do you really think of the Lord Jesus as God? You believe in the Lord Jesus because of what has been recorded in the Bible and because of the work of the Holy Spirit. But no matter what you say, you haven’t seen the Lord Jesus face to face, do you really dare say you know the Lord Jesus? In your belief in the Lord, you’re merely echoing the words of Peter, who said that the Lord Jesus is Christ, the Son of the living God, but do you believe that the Lord Jesus is the manifestation of God, is God Himself? Do you dare say that you understand the Lord Jesus’ divine substance? Do you dare guarantee that if the Lord Jesus were to come again expressing the truth, you would recognize His voice? Your belief in the Lord Jesus amounts to nothing more than a belief in “the Lord Jesus” these three words. You believe in His name only. You don’t understand the Lord Jesus’ divine substance. If you do understand, then why can’t you distinguish the voice of God’s Spirit? Why don’t you acknowledge that the truth which Almighty God expresses emerges from God and is the voice and word of the Holy Spirit? From what I’ve seen today, how you reject the voice of God and deny the truth which God expresses, I am sure that you do not know the incarnate God! If you had been born two thousand years ago, in the age when the Lord Jesus was preaching and doing His work, you certainly would have joined the Jewish chief priests, scribes, and Pharisees in condemning the Lord Jesus. Is this not the case? The Jewish chief priests, scribes, and Pharisees had believed in the one and only God for many years, but why was it that they didn’t recognize the Lord Jesus? Why did they nail Him to the cross? What was the issue? Why is it that the pastors and elders of the religious world in the last days fail to hear the voice of the Holy Spirit? Why do they still condemn the judgment work of Almighty God in the last days? Please think about this: Isn’t someone who believes in God but fails to acknowledge God’s incarnation an antichrist? The Jewish leaders resisted and condemned the Lord Jesus, the incarnate God. They were all antichrists revealed by God’s work. As for the pastors and elders of the religious world in the last days who resist and condemn the incarnate Almighty God, are they not also antichrists exposed by God’s work? We can all plainly see that the majority of pastors and elders in the religious world all resist and condemn the work of Almighty God in the last days; they look upon Almighty God’s work without really seeing, they hear His words without really listening. Almighty God has expressed all the truths to purify and save mankind. He has conquered and saved a group of people and perfected them into overcomers. The gospel of the kingdom is spreading throughout the world, this is inexorable! Could the pastors and leaders of the religious world possibly not see the facts of God’s work? How can they still say something as ridiculous as, “Belief in Almighty God is belief in a human”? What is the issue here? This just goes to show that there are many who believe in the vague God of the high heavens, but there are few who have knowledge of the incarnate God. Isn’t this the fact? Why did the Lord Jesus condemn those Pharisees that resisted Him? Because they only believed in the vague God of the high heavens, but condemned and resisted the incarnate God.

The chief priests, scribes, and Pharisees clearly saw the authority and power of the Lord Jesus’ words and work. So how could they still brazenly resist, condemn, and blaspheme the Lord Jesus? They said that He cast out devils through Beelzebub, chief of the devils, and aimed to deceive man, and even nailed Him to the cross alive; what does this show? Was it not because they saw the Lord Jesus as an ordinary human that they did all this? Just as they said, “Is that not a Nazarene, the son of a carpenter?” In the conception of the Pharisees, the flesh of God incarnate should possess supernatural qualities. He should be of great stature and powerful build, with a heroic bearing and commanding presence. His words should have an earthshaking and deafening ring, they should strike fear in the hearts of man, so that no one dare approach Him. Otherwise, He could not be considered God. In truth, they didn’t have the slightest understanding of what is meant by the incarnation and did not seek in the Lord Jesus’ word and work for the truth, to find God’s disposition and all that God is and has. They took the Lord Jesus for an ordinary man, judging and blaspheming Him based upon their illusions and conceptions. This proves that while they believed in God, they did not know Him and even resisted Him. Now, the pastors and elders of the religious world say that the One we believe in is merely human. This is no different from how the Jewish chief priests, scribes, and Pharisees condemned the Lord Jesus’ followers. As you can see, most pastors and elders of the religious world are no different than the hypocritical Pharisees of yore: They all believe in God while resisting Him at the same time. They are scoundrels who only acknowledge the vague God of the high heavens while denying Christ Himself! What right do they have to condemn those that accept and obey Christ?

In the last days, God has returned as incarnate flesh to speak His words and do His work among humans, this time as Almighty God incarnate. Outwardly, Almighty God appears to be an ordinary person, living practically in the company of humans, residing among them and taking part in their lives. He expresses the truth according to human needs, and does the work of judgment beginning with God’s house. In experiencing Almighty God’s work, we have heard His words with our own ears. We have seen Him unveil the mysteries of God’s management plan with our own eyes, that is, the inside story of God’s three stages of work for saving humankind, the purpose of God’s management plan, the mystery of the incarnation, how Satan corrupts humanity, the substance and truth of humanity’s corruption by Satan, how God purifies, saves, and perfects humans, the meaning and purpose behind God’s work of judgment, who God likes and who He curses, who will be saved and who will be destroyed, the destination of humanity, the ends of all the many kinds of people, how God’s kingdom will be realized on earth, and so on. While expressing these truths, Almighty God also judges and exposes the satanic dispositions of humans, as well as their nature and essence of resistance to God, allowing us to recognize the essence and truth of how profoundly we have been corrupted by Satan, to see how arrogant, self-conceited, treacherous, despicable, and selfish we are, how we have nothing of the likeness of humans, and how we are simply unworthy of living before God. Nevertheless, God has incarnated in the flesh, humbly hiding and living among filthy and corrupt humans and expressing the truth to judge, expose, and save them. We have deeply felt how exceedingly kind and honorable the essence of God’s life is. God’s love for humanity is so real! Moreover, while experiencing the judgment of God’s words, we have become intimately acquainted with His righteous, holy, and unoffendable disposition, and have felt the authority and power of Almighty God’s word. Unknowingly, reverence for God grew in our hearts, we began to pursue the truth, and our life dispositions began to change. It was at this time that we truly realized that the incarnate Almighty God had expressed the truth to purify and save us, allowing us to rid ourselves of arrogance, treachery, and other satanic dispositions and live out the likenesses of honest people. Almighty God lives among humans, walking in the churches. Outwardly, He is just like an ordinary person, yet He expresses the truth and manifests God’s righteous disposition and all that God is and has. Those who follow Him and experience His work have received the truth, the way, and the life; they see how especially practical and wise God’s methods are in His work. They see how humble and hidden God is, how lovely He is, that He has no arrogance, and that His disposition is not corrupt. It would stand to reason that God, the Most High, should clothe Himself in a body of great height and powerful build—the sort of body that humans would be compelled to worship. However, that is not what God did. To save corrupt humanity, He clothed Himself in an ordinary flesh, taking on the visage of an unexceptional person and living alongside us corrupt humans, expressing words, judging us, and providing for us in accordance with our actual needs. God is incarnated as a meager human, and has already endured great indignities and suffering. Besides this, He has suffered the slander, condemnation, and rejection of corrupt humanity, as well as the pursuit and persecution of the CCP government. Even so, God persists with unfathomable patience to express the truth and carry out the work of salvation for humankind. God has suffered incredible torment to save humanity! God’s love of humans is so very real! From this we can see how holy and great God is. There are no words to describe Him! Almighty God brings us closer to God, bringing us face to face with God so that we can see Him, know Him, and develop true love for Him, and in so doing, allowing us to receive God’s perfection so that we can become people who truly worship and submit to God. We all are convinced from the bottoms of our hearts that Almighty God, in whom we believe, is the Lord Jesus who has returned to flesh. He is both human and God. Almighty God is the one and only true God who created the heavens, earth, and all things! Pastors and elders of the religious world condemn us for putting our faith in what they consider to be a mere human, but let me ask this: Who among all of humankind is capable of expressing the truth and God’s voice? Who among humans can so practically carry out the work of purifying and saving humanity? Who among them can allow corrupt humans to be perfected into ones who genuinely know and submit to God by experiencing his work? There is no one else; not a one! Only Almighty God is capable of doing such practical work. Almighty God is the manifestation of the Savior of the world; He is the practical God incarnate. Only Almighty God can bring salvation to humans and provide them with a wonderful destination!

Excerpted from Classic Questions and Answers on the Gospel of the Kingdom

Pertaining to what is God incarnate, and what is the essence of God incarnate, it can be said as the mystery of the truth that we believers of the Lord fail to understand. For thousands of years, despite believers knew that the Lord Jesus was the incarnation of God, no one could understand what God incarnate and His essence are respectively. It was only until the advent of Almighty God in the last days that this mystery of the truth was unfolded to mankind. Let’s read a few passages of Almighty God’s word.

Almighty God says, “The ‘incarnation’ is God’s appearance in the flesh; God works among created mankind in the image of the flesh. So for God to be incarnated, He must first be flesh, flesh with normal humanity; this is the most basic prerequisite. In fact, the implication of God’s incarnation is that God lives and works in the flesh, that God in His very essence becomes flesh, becomes a man” (“The Essence of the Flesh Inhabited by God” in The Word Appears in the Flesh).

The incarnate God is called Christ, and Christ is the flesh donned by the Spirit of God. This flesh is unlike any man that is of the flesh. This difference is because Christ is not of flesh and blood; He is the incarnation of the Spirit. He has both a normal humanity and a complete divinity. His divinity is not possessed by any man. His normal humanity sustains all His normal activities in the flesh, while His divinity carries out the work of God Himself” (“The Substance of Christ Is Obedience to the Will of the Heavenly Father” in The Word Appears in the Flesh).

The Christ with normal humanity is a flesh in which the Spirit is realized, and is possessed of normal humanity, normal sense, and human thought. ‘Being realized’ means God becoming man, the Spirit becoming flesh; to put it more plainly, it is when God Himself inhabits a flesh with normal humanity, and through it expresses His divine work—this is what it means to be realized, or incarnated” (“The Essence of the Flesh Inhabited by God” in The Word Appears in the Flesh).

Because He is a man with the essence of God, He is above all created humans, above any man who can perform God’s work. And so, among all those with a human shell like His, among all those who possess humanity, only He is the incarnate God Himself—all others are created humans. Though they all have humanity, created humans have nothing but humanity, while God incarnate is different: In His flesh He not only has humanity but, more importantly, divinity. His humanity can be seen in the outer appearance of His flesh and in His everyday life, but His divinity is difficult to perceive. Because His divinity is expressed only when He has humanity, and is not as supernatural as people imagine it to be, it is extremely difficult for people to see. … Since God becomes flesh, His essence is a combination of humanity and divinity. This combination is called God Himself, God Himself on earth” (“The Essence of the Flesh Inhabited by God” in The Word Appears in the Flesh).

From Almighty God’s words we see that the incarnation is God’s Spirit clothed in flesh, that is, God’s Spirit is materialized in the flesh with normal humanity and normal human thinking, and thereby becomes an ordinary and normal person working and speaking among men. This flesh has normal humanity, but also has complete divinity. Though in outward appearance His flesh seems ordinary and normal, He is able to take on God’s work, can express God’s voice, and guide and save humanity. This is because He has complete divinity. Complete divinity means that all that God’s Spirit possesses—the inherent disposition of God, God’s holy and righteous substance, all that God has and is, God’s almightiness and wisdom, and God’s authority and power—these have all been materialized in the flesh. This flesh is Christ, is the practical God who is here on earth to do work and save mankind. From His outward appearance, Christ is an ordinary and normal Son of man, but He is substantively different from us created human beings. Created man has only humanity, he doesn’t have even the slightest trace of divine substance. Christ, however, not only has normal humanity; more importantly, He has complete divinity. So, He has God’s substance, He can represent God entirely, express all truths as God Himself, express God’s disposition and all that God has and is, and endow us with the truth, the way, and the life. No created man is capable of such feats. Christ works and speaks, expresses God’s disposition, and all that God has and is in His flesh. No matter how He expresses God’s word and does God’s work, He always does so within normal humanity. He has a normal flesh, there is nothing supernatural about Him. This proves that God has come into the flesh, He has already become an ordinary human. This ordinary and normal flesh has fulfilled the fact of “The Word Appears in the Flesh.” He is the practical God incarnate. Because Christ has complete divinity, He can represent God, express the truth, and save mankind. Because Christ has complete divinity, He can express God’s word directly, not just relay or pass on God’s word. He can express the truth anytime and anyplace, supplying, watering, and shepherding man, guiding all of mankind. Only because Christ has complete divinity, is it enough to prove that He possesses God’s identity and substance. That’s why we say that He is God’s incarnation, the practical God Himself.

The greatest mystery of the incarnation has little to do with whether God’s flesh is lofty in stature or like that of common man. Rather it has to do with the fact that complete divinity is hidden within this normal flesh. None of us is capable of discovering or seeing this hidden divinity. Just as when the Lord Jesus came to do His work, if no one back then had heard His voice and experienced His word and work, then no one would have recognized that the Lord Jesus is Christ, the Son of God. So God’s incarnation is the best way for Him to descend secretly among us humans. When the Lord Jesus came, none of us could tell from His outward appearance that He was Christ, the incarnate God, and none of us could see the divinity hidden within His humanity. Only after the Lord Jesus had expressed the truth and done the work of redemption of mankind, did some people discover that His word has authority and power, and only then did they begin to follow Him. Only when the Lord Jesus appeared to the people after He resurrected, did mankind realize that He is the incarnate Christ, the appearance of God. If He hadn’t expressed the truth and done His work, no one would have followed Him. If He hadn’t born witness to the fact that He is Christ, the appearance of God, no one would have recognized Him. In man’s notions and imaginations, they believe that if He is really God incarnate, His flesh should have supernatural qualities: He should be superhuman, with a lofty, powerful stature, and a towering presence, He should not only speak with authority and power, but should also perform signs and wonders wherever He goes—this is what God become flesh ought to be like. They think if He is ordinary in outward appearance, like any other common man, and has normal humanity, then He is certainly not God’s incarnation. Let’s recall. When the Lord Jesus was incarnated to speak and do work, no matter how He expressed the truth and God’s voice, the Jewish chief priests, scribes, and Pharisees didn’t recognize Him. When hearing the disciples bearing witness to the Lord Jesus they even said: Is this not Joseph’s son? Is this not a Nazarene? Why would the chief priests, scribes, and Pharisees speak this way of Him? Because the Lord Jesus had normal humanity in outward appearance. He was a normal, average person, and He didn’t have a lofty, towering presence, so they didn’t accept Him. Actually, insofar as He is the incarnation, He has to have normal humanity by definition, He has to show us that the flesh God clothes Himself in is an ordinary and normal flesh, He appears like a normal human. If God clothed Himself in the flesh of a superhuman, not of a person with normal humanity, then the whole meaning of the incarnation would be lost. So, Christ must have normal humanity. Only in this way can it be proven that He is the Word become flesh.

Let’s read some other passages of Almighty God’s word: “The significance of incarnation is that an ordinary, normal man performs the work of God Himself; that is, that God performs His divine work in humanity and thereby vanquishes Satan. … If, during His first coming, God had not possessed normal humanity before the age of twenty-nine—if as soon as He was born He could work miracles, if as soon as He learned to speak He could speak the language of heaven, if the moment He first set foot upon the earth He could apprehend all worldly matters, discern every person’s thoughts and intentions—such a person could not have been called a normal man, and such flesh could not have been called human flesh. If this were the case with Christ, then the meaning and the essence of God’s incarnation would be lost. That He possesses normal humanity proves that He is God incarnated in the flesh; the fact that He undergoes a normal human growth process further demonstrates that He is a normal flesh; moreover, His work is sufficient proof that He is God’s Word, God’s Spirit, become flesh. God becomes flesh because of the needs of His work; in other words, this stage of work must be done in the flesh, it must be performed in normal humanity. This is the prerequisite for ‘the Word become flesh,’ for ‘the Word’s appearance in the flesh,’ and it is the true story behind God’s two incarnations” (“The Essence of the Flesh Inhabited by God” in The Word Appears in the Flesh).

If, from the moment of His birth, the incarnate God began His ministry in earnest, performing supernatural signs and wonders, then He would have no corporeal essence. Therefore, His humanity exists for the sake of His corporeal essence; there can be no flesh without humanity, and a person without humanity is not a human being. In this way, the humanity of God’s flesh is an intrinsic property of God’s incarnate flesh. To say that ‘when God becomes flesh He is entirely divine, and not at all human,’ is blasphemy, for this statement simply does not exist, and violate the principle of incarnation. …

… The humanity of God incarnate exists to maintain the normal divine work in the flesh; His normal human thinking sustains His normal humanity and all His normal corporeal activities. One could say that His normal human thinking exists in order to sustain all the work of God in the flesh. If this flesh did not possess a normal human mind, then God could not work in the flesh, and what He needs to do in the flesh could never be accomplished. … So the incarnate God must possess a normal human mind, must possess normal humanity, because He must perform His work in the humanity with a normal mind. This is the essence of the work of the incarnate God, the very essence of the incarnate God” (“The Essence of the Flesh Inhabited by God” in The Word Appears in the Flesh).

From Almighty God’s words we clearly see that God incarnate must have normal humanity, otherwise, He would not be God’s incarnation. In outward appearance, the incarnate God looks like an ordinary and normal man, and there is nothing supernatural about His humanity. So, if we measure Christ using our conceptions and imaginings, we will never acknowledge or accept Christ. At most we’ll just acknowledge that He is a prophet sent by God, or one whom God uses. If we want to really know Christ, we must study His words and work to see if that which He expresses is God’s own voice, if the words He expresses are manifestations of God’s disposition and all that God has and is, and see if His work and the truth that He expresses can save mankind. Only then can we know, accept, and obey Christ. If we do not seek the truth, do not investigate God’s work, even if we hear Christ’s words and see the facts of Christ’s work, we will still not know Christ. Even if we are with Christ from morning till night, we’ll still treat Him like an ordinary man and will thus resist and condemn Christ. Actually, to acknowledge and accept Christ, all we need to do is recognize God’s voice and acknowledge that He does God’s work. But to know Christ’s divine substance and thereby achieve true obedience to Christ and love the practical God, we must discover the truth within Christ’s words and work, see God’s disposition and all that God has and is, see God’s holy substance, almightiness, and wisdom, see that God is lovely and appreciate His earnest intentions. Only in this way can we truly obey Christ and worship the practical God in our heart.

We believers all know that the way which the Lord Jesus preached, the word He expressed, the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven which He revealed, and the demands which He made of us humans were all the truth, all God’s own voice, and were all manifestations of God’s life disposition and all that He has and is. The miracles He performed, such as healing the sick, casting out demons, calming the wind and sea, feeding five thousand with five loaves of bread and two fish, raising the dead and so on, were all manifestations of God’s own authority and power, which no created man is possessed of or capable of. Those that sought the truth at the time, like Peter, John, Matthew, and Nathanael, recognized from the Lord Jesus’ word and work that He is the promised Messiah, and so followed Him and received His salvation. Whereas the Jewish Pharisees, despite hearing the Lord Jesus’ sermons and seeing Him perform miracles, still saw Him as just an ordinary person, with no power or stature, and so they dared brazenly resist and condemn Him without the slightest fear. In the end they committed the greatest of sins in nailing the Lord Jesus to the cross. The lesson of the Pharisees calls for deep reflection! This clearly exposes their truth-hating and God-hating antichrist nature, and reveals the foolishness and ignorance of corrupt humankind. At present, the incarnate Almighty God, just like the Lord Jesus, does the work of God Himself within normal humanity. Almighty God expresses all the truths which corrupt humankind requires to be saved, and carries out the work of judgment starting from the house of God in the last days. Not only does He judge and expose the satanic nature of corrupt mankind and the truth of their corruption, He has also revealed all of the mysteries of God’s six-thousand-year management plan of saving mankind, elucidated the path by which mankind can be freed from sin, be purified and saved by God. He has revealed God’s inherent righteous disposition, all that God has and is, and God’s unique power and authority…. Almighty God’s word and work are a complete manifestation of the identity and substance of God Himself. These days, all those that follow Almighty God have heard God’s voice in the word and work of Almighty God, have seen the manifestation of God’s word in the flesh and come before Almighty God’s throne, receiving God’s purification and perfection. Those of the religious world who still deny, resist, and condemn Almighty God have made the same mistake as the Jewish Pharisees, treating Christ of the last days, Almighty God, like any other ordinary person, without bothering to put the slightest effort into seeking and studying all the truths which Almighty God has expressed, thus they nailing God to the cross once again and enraging God’s disposition. As one can see, if we hold on to our conceptions and imaginations, and don’t seek and study the truths which Christ expresses, we will be incapable of recognizing the voice of God expressed by Christ, will be unable to accept and obey Christ’s work, and will never receive God’s salvation in the last days. If we don’t understand the truth of the incarnation, we won’t be able to accept and obey God’s work, we will condemn Christ and resist God, and we will also be likely to receive God’s punishment and curses. So, in our faith, to be saved by God, it is extremely important that we seek the truth and understand the mystery of the incarnation!

Excerpted from Classic Questions and Answers on the Gospel of the Kingdom

Previous: Question 4: The religious pastors and elders often preach to believers that any testimony about the Lord’s return in the flesh is false. They base this on the Bible verses: “Then if any man shall say to you, See, here is Christ, or there; believe it not. For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall show great signs and wonders; so that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect” (Mat 24:23–24). We now have no idea how we should discern the true Christ from false ones. Can you shed some light on this question?

Next: Question 6: We all know that the Lord Jesus was the incarnation of God. Having completed His work, He was crucified and then resurrected, appearing before all His disciples, and He ascended into heaven in His glorious spiritual body. Just as the Bible says: “You men of Galilee, why stand you gazing up into heaven? this same Jesus, which is taken up from you into heaven, shall so come in like manner as you have seen Him go into heaven” (Act 1:11). So, biblical scripture confirms that when the Lord comes again, it will be His resurrected spiritual body appearing to man. In the last days, why is God incarnated as the Son of man to do the work of judgment? What is the difference between the resurrected spiritual body of the Lord Jesus and His incarnation as the Son of man?

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