66 The Truth of the Work of Conquest in the Last Days

I

Mankind, so profoundly corrupted by Satan,

knows not that there is a God, and has stopped worshiping God.

In the beginning,

when Adam and Eve were created,

Jehovah’s glory and testimony were ever present.

But after being corrupted, being corrupted,

man lost the glory and the testimony,

for everyone rebelled against God

and ceased to fear Him altogether.

Today’s work of conquest is to recover all the testimony and glory,

and to have all men worship God,

so that there’s testimony among created beings;

this is the work to be done in this stage.


II

How is man to be conquered?

By using the work of words of this stage to fully convince man;

by using exposure, judgment, chastisement, and merciless curse

to persuade him utterly;

by exposing man’s rebelliousness and judging his resistance

so he may know the unrighteousness and filth of mankind,

and thus using these things as a foil to God’s righteous disposition.

It is chiefly through these words

that man is conquered and fully convinced.


III

Words are the means to the ultimate conquering of man.

All who accept God’s conquest

must accept the smiting and judgment of His words.

All who accept God’s conquest

must accept the smiting and judgment of His words.

If you are able to completely submit to these words,

and not make any choices by yourself,

then you will have been conquered—

and it will have been as a result of these words,

and it will have been as a result of these words.


from The Word, Vol. 1. The Appearance and Work of God. The Inside Truth of the Work of Conquest (1)

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