435 Give Your Heart Before God If You Believe in Him

I

Since you believe in God, you must hand over your heart before God.

If you offer up and lay your heart before God,

then during refinement it will be impossible

for you to deny God, or leave God.

In this way your relationship with God

will become ever closer and more normal,

and your fellowship with God will become ever more frequent.

If you always practice in this way,

then you’ll spend more time in God’s light

and more time under the guidance of God’s words.

There will also be more and more changes in your disposition,

and your knowledge will increase day by day.


II

When the day comes that God’s trials suddenly befall you,

not only can you stand by God’s side,

but you can also bear witness for God.

At that time, you will be like Job, and be like Peter.

At that time, you will be like Job, and be like Peter.

Having borne testimony to God you will truly love Him,

and will gladly lay down your life for Him; you will be God’s witness,

and one who is beloved by God.

Love that has experienced refinement is strong, not weak.

No matter when or how God subjects you to His trials,

you are able to lay down your concerns about whether you live or die,

you are able to lay down your concerns about whether you live or die,

to gladly cast aside everything for God and endure anything for God—

thus your love will be pure and your faith will have reality.

Only then will you be someone who is truly loved by God,

and who has truly been made perfect by God, made perfect by God.


from The Word, Vol. 1. The Appearance and Work of God. Only by Experiencing Refinement Can Man Possess True Love

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