211 How to Know the End-Time Christ’s Appearance and Work

Verse 1

God’s incarnation shall embody

God’s substance and expression.

And when He’s made flesh

He’ll bring forth the work He’s been given

to express what He is, bring truth to all men,

give them life and show them the way.

Any flesh that doesn’t embed His substance

surely is not God incarnate.

Verse 2

Confirm God’s flesh and the true way

by His disposition, words and works.

Focus on His substance

instead of His appearance.

It is ignorant and naive to focus

on God’s external appearance.

The outward doesn’t determine the inward,

and God’s work does not conform to man’s conceptions.


Didn’t Jesus’ appearance differ

from what the people expected?

Didn’t His image and dress disguise His identity?

Wasn’t that why the Pharisees opposed Him?

They focused on how He looked

and paid no attention to what He said.

Verse 3

God hopes the brothers and sisters

seeking His appearance won’t repeat history.

Don’t follow the Pharisees

and nail God to the cross once more.

So carefully consider

how you will welcome His return.

Have a clear idea of how you’ll submit to truth.

It’s the duty of everyone who’s waiting for Jesus’ return.

Adapted from Preface to The Word Appears in the Flesh

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