538 Practice the Truth for True Change

1 At present, there is so much that you should enter into and practice, and it is now more layered and more detailed. If you do not have any knowledge of the truths, this proves that you have yet to achieve entry. Most of the time, people’s knowledge of the truth is too shallow; they are unable to put into practice certain basic truths. The reason that people are unable to practice truth is because their disposition is rebellious, and because their knowledge of the work of today is too superficial and one-sided. Thus, it is no easy task for people to be made perfect. You are much too rebellious, and you retain too much of your old self; you are unable to stand on the side of truth, and you are unable to practice even the most self-evident of truths. Such people cannot be saved and are those who have not been conquered.


2 If your entry has neither detail nor objectives, growth will be slow in coming to you. If there is not the slightest reality to your entry, then your pursuit will be in vain. If you are unaware of the substance of truth, you will remain unchanged. Growth in man’s life and changes in his disposition are achieved by entering into reality and, moreover, through entering into detailed experiences. If you have many detailed experiences during your entry, and you have much actual knowledge and entry, your disposition shall quickly change. Only if the Holy Spirit enlightens you in your experience will you gain a deeper understanding of the truth, and deeper entry.


Adapted from “The Difference Between the Ministry of God Incarnate and the Duty of Man” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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