128 The Work of God Is Always Moving Forward


The work of God is always moving forward,

and though the purpose of His work does not change,

the method by which He works constantly changes,

which means that those who follow God are constantly changing, too.

The more work God does, the more thorough man’s knowledge of God is.

Corresponding changes occur, too, in man’s disposition

in the wake of God’s work.

However, it is because the work of God is ever-changing

that those who don’t know the work of the Holy Spirit

and those absurd people who don’t know the truth

become people who resist God.

Not ever does the work of God conform to the notions of man,

for His work is always new and never old,

and never does He repeat old work,

but rather forges ahead with work never done before.


God does not keep on doing the same work;

His work is ever-changing and always new, ever-changing and always new,

much as how God speaks new words to you and does new work each day.

This is the work God does,

and what is key are the words “new” and “wondrous.”

“God is immutable, and God will always be God”:

this saying is indeed true;

the substance of God does not change,

God is always God, always God, and He could never become Satan,

but this does not prove that His work

is as constant and invariable as His substance.

You declare God is immutable,

but how, then, can you explain that God is always new and never old?

The work of God continuously spreads and constantly changes,

and His intentions are continuously manifested and made known to man.

from The Word, Vol. 1. The Appearance and Work of God. How Can Man Who Has Delimited God in His Notions Receive the Revelations of God?

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