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Chapter 51

Oh! Almighty God! Amen! In You, all is released, all is free, all is open, all is revealed, and all is bright, not hidden or concealed in the least. You are Almighty God incarnate. You have reigned as King. You have been openly revealed—no longer are You a mystery, but You are revealed completely, for ever and ever! I have truly been revealed entirely, I have arrived publicly, and I have appeared as the Sun of righteousness, for today is no longer the era in which the morning star appears, nor is it still the phase of concealment. My work is like flashing lightning; it is accomplished as swiftly as a sudden clap of thunder. My work has progressed to this current stage, and whosoever dawdles or is idle will only be met with merciless judgment. In particular, you must have a clear understanding that I am majesty and judgment, and that I am no longer compassion and love as you might imagine. If you are still not clear on this point, then what you will receive is but judgment, for you yourself will taste of that which you have not acknowledged; otherwise, you will continue to have doubts and dare not to be firm in your belief.

As for that which I have entrusted to you, are you able to complete it with devotion? I say that any undertaking requires wisdom, yet how often have you given repeated scrutiny and further consideration to My exhortations while doing something? Even if you have some understanding of one word of My exhortations, and you think it fine when you hear it, you subsequently disregard it. When you hear it, you direct it at your own actual condition and despise yourself—but then later, you believe it to be a trivial matter. The question today is whether or not your life can progress; it is not a question of how you are adorned externally. None of you has any resolution, and you are unwilling to be determined. You do not wish to pay the price, and you do not want to cast aside transient earthly pleasure, yet you are afraid of losing blessings from heaven. What sort of person are you? You are a fool! You should not feel aggrieved; is what I have said not factual? Has it not simply pointed out that which you yourself have already thought? You have no humanity! You do not even possess the quality of a normal person. Moreover, even though this is how it is, you still do not see yourself as impoverished. You are leisurely and carefree the whole day long, and utterly complacent! You do not know how extensive your own deficiencies are, or what you lack. How foolish!

Do you not see that My work has already come to such a point? All My will is in you. When will you be able to grasp it and show it some consideration? You are lazy! You are unwilling to pay the price, unwilling to do the hard work, unwilling to take the time, and unwilling to put forth the effort. Let Me tell you something! The more afraid you are of suffering hardship, the fewer benefits your life will reap and, moreover, the more obstacles you will encounter as your life grows, and the more unlikely your life is to progress. Let Me remind you once more (I will not say it again)! I will be indifferent to and abandon anyone who does not take responsibility for his own life. I have already begun to put this into effect; have you not seen this clearly? This is not a business transaction, nor is it commerce; it is life. Is that clear?

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