657 Trials Call for Faith

I

While undergoing trials, it is normal for people to be weak,

or to have negativity within them,

or to lack clarity on God’s intentions or their path for practice.

But in any case, you must have faith in God’s work,

and you must not deny God just like Job, must not deny God just like Job.

Although Job was weak and cursed the day of his own birth,

he did not deny that all things in human life

were bestowed by Jehovah, bestowed by Jehovah,

and that Jehovah is also the One to take them all away.

No matter how he was tried, he maintained this belief.


II

In your experience, no matter what refinement

you undergo through God’s words,

what God requires of mankind, in brief,

is their faith and their God-loving heart.

What He perfects by working in this way

is people’s faith, love, and aspirations.

God does the work of perfection on people, and they cannot see or feel it;

under such circumstances, your faith is required.

People’s faith is required when something cannot be seen by the naked eye,

and your faith is required when you cannot let go of your own notions.

When you don’t have clarity about God’s work,

what’s required of you is to have faith

and to take a firm stance and stand firm in your witness.

When Job reached this point, God appeared to him and spoke to him,

God appeared to him and spoke to him.

That is, it’s only from within your faith that you’ll be able to see God,

and when you have faith God will perfect you,

when you have faith God will perfect you.


from The Word, Vol. 1. The Appearance and Work of God. Those Who Are to Be Made Perfect Must Undergo Refinement

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