713 Those Who Cannot Keep Up With God’s Work Will Be Eliminated

1 You see all these acts of God now, yet still you resist and are rebellious and do not submit; you harbor many things inside yourself and do whatever you wish; you follow your own lusts, and likes—this is rebelliousness; this is resistance. Belief in God that is carried out for the flesh, for one’s lusts, and for one’s own likes, for the world, and for Satan, is filthy; it is resistant and rebellious. There are all different kinds of belief now: Some seek shelter from disaster, and others seek to obtain blessings, while some wish to understand mysteries and still others try to get some money. These are all forms of resistance; they are all blasphemy! To say that one resists or rebels—is it not in reference to these things?


2 Many people now grumble, utter complaints or make judgments. These are all things done by the wicked; they are human resistance and rebelliousness. The people that God obtains are those who submit to Him completely, those who have been corrupted by Satan but have been saved and conquered by His work now, who have endured tribulations and in the end have been obtained completely by God and no longer live under Satan’s domain and have broken free from unrighteousness, who are willing to live out holiness—these are the holiest people; they are the holy ones. If your current actions do not match one part of God’s requirements, you will be eliminated. This is indisputable. Everything is done according to today; although He has predestined and chosen you, your actions today will still determine your outcome. If you cannot keep up now, you will be eliminated.


Adapted from “You Should Know How the Whole of Humanity Has Developed to the Present Day” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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