The Principles and Scope of Using the Truth to Resolve Problems and the Results to Be Achieved
The Principles and Scope of Resolving Problems According to the Truth and the Results to Be Achieved
Someone says, “I still don’t know how to use the truth to resolve problems.” So you just go train. When a problem arises, you look at the problem, you find and read some relevant passages of God’s words and, after you’ve read them, you go fellowship; the light of the truth will then be revealed during fellowship and it will answer and resolve the problem. And won’t there be a path to follow? Once the light of the truth of God’s words has been revealed in fellowship, you then have the way to resolve the problem, for you find light in the truth. Therefore, when you practice using the truth to resolve problems, you must learn how to base it on the relevant passages of God’s words, then fellowship about the truth to gain the light, and there is then hope for the problem to be resolved. If you can fellowship about the light of the truth in complete clarity and come to understand the essence of the truth, then the problem at hand will naturally be resolved. When you understand the truth, can you understand thoroughly the essence of the problem? When you can thoroughly understand the essence of the truth, you then also thoroughly understand the essence of the problem. You can then locate the source of the problem and understand thoroughly the danger this problem poses to people, what the essence of the problem is, whether or not it is a negative thing, whether or not it comes from Satan, whether or not it arises from corruption, what harm it could do to people and whether or not it is something which God hates. When these issues are thoroughly understood, then people will see: “This is a serious problem, it is a negative thing, it is a satanic cancer, and it poses great danger for our lives.” Once these issues are thoroughly understood, does that mean that this problem is resolved? Why would it then be resolved? Because people have come to hate Satan. They have thoroughly understood the essence of this problem, they hate this negative thing and wish to reject it from the bottom of their hearts, and there therefore arises within them a true repentance and a hatred of Satan. Next, they grasp the principles of practicing the truth and practice in accordance with these principles. This problem is then thoroughly resolved, isn’t it? This is the process and also the path of using the truth to resolve problems. What are the principles of using the truth to resolve problems? Firstly, you must find God’s words that are related to the problem at hand and fellowship about these words clearly, so as to obtain true light and a true understanding of the truth. Then, you must dissect the essence of the problem and locate the problem’s source, thoroughly understand the danger of it, thoroughly understand that in essence the problem comes from Satan, that it is a negative thing, that it is something that defies God and that runs contrary to the truth, and that it is something people should hate and reject. Afterward, you must find out the truths that should be practiced when people encounter this problem and ascertain the principles of practice. In this way, you will thoroughly resolve the problem by using the truth.
I shall now fellowship about the principles of resolving problems according to the truth and the results to be achieved. The first principle is to allow others to understand clearly the truth related to the problem; the second is to allow them to achieve a thorough understanding of the essence of the problem, locate the source of the problem and discover the danger it poses; the third is to allow them to achieve true repentance and have a path of practice; and the fourth is to allow them to benefit and learn from the resolution of this problem, so that they may ultimately come to have a direction and a purpose for their practice of the truth. These four principles are the principles of practice for using the truth to resolve problems. Understand? What is the taboo when using the truth to resolve problems? It is not seeking the truth, blindly following rules, and blindly making judgments and conclusions. If you do that, then not only will you be unable to use the truth to resolve problems, you will also be prone to mistaking the essence of the problem, as well as prone to seriously violating principles, making mistakes or distorting the facts and confusing right and wrong. For example, if you do not have a thorough understanding when approaching the problem of a false leader, and you say he is merely revealing his corruption and that he is not a false leader, can this problem be resolved? Not only can this approach not resolve this problem, but this will allow the false leader to continue to harm God’s chosen people, it will prevent God’s chosen people from breaking away from Satan’s influence and they will continue to suffer being deceived and controlled by this false leader. As such, you will be not only unable to use the truth to resolve this problem and, on the contrary, your actions will allow Satan to prevail, God’s will will not be carried out and God’s chosen people will be unable to attain salvation, instead continuing to suffer harm. What is the path for using the truth to resolve problems? You must resolve problems in accordance with God’s words; this is most fundamental. But if the problem relates to administrative affairs, you must deal with it on the basis of work arrangements. You must not get these two principles confused. The most basic principle of using the truth to resolve problems is to resolve them according to God’s words; only problems related to administrative affairs should be resolved according to work arrangements. Work arrangements cannot resolve all problems, only problems related to administrative affairs. All other problems must be resolved according to God’s words. Understand? To equate work arrangements with God’s words is a mistake. Nothing can take the place of God’s words. Work arrangements resolve problems related to administrative affairs only, and this is an important issue. In order to be able to use the truth to resolve problems, you must be familiar with God’s words, understand them and know them so that, when a problem arises, you can then waste no time in finding the relevant passages of God’s words. If a problem arises and you cannot find any relevant words of God within 10 days, and you still cannot find them within a month, then can that problem be resolved? Does this not cause delays? In order to find relevant passages of God’s words as quickly as possible, the best way is to read all of God’s words closely several times, highlight and make a note of important sections, and take note of them in your heart. Is it necessary to familiarize yourself with God’s words in order to be able to use the truth to resolve problems? And what is the best way to become familiar with God’s words? Read a piece of God’s word a day. Some people have a high level of education and, when they first become believers, they can read three to five pieces of God’s word a day. It won’t do to read more than that as you can’t remember it all. Instead, read them on the basis of your heart’s capacity to receive them. If you think, “When I read God’s word three to five pieces a day, I can remember the key points of any passages,” then you can read two more pieces of God’s word. If you say, “I’ve forgotten half of it before I’ve even finished reading one piece,” you can read one piece of God’s word, at the most one piece. Young people with good memories can read two to five pieces of God’s word a day—any more than that won’t do. Perhaps someone is a genius and has no problem reading ten pieces of God’s word a day. But that is an individual situation, and it is not an ordinary case. Understand? It is so very necessary to familiarize yourself with God’s words. If, when you encounter a problem, you can think about which pieces or which sections of God’s word mention this problem, and then you are able to find them in 10 or 20 minutes, this shows that you are very familiar with God’s words. In order to use the truth to resolve problems, you’d better familiarize yourself with God’s words. Besides this, you need also to understand and know the principles of practice of the 162 issues. You don’t need to memorize them all. The four principles of practice for each issue hit the nail on the head, and they are the key points and the basics for practice. For some issues, if you can add one or two principles, that will be even better. Those who pursue the truth can do this, as can those who understand the truth, and that is up to you. ... You must achieve an understanding and a knowledge within your heart of the principles of practice of the 162 issues. Why has the above determined this? Why has the above determined these four principles? What is the relationship between these four principles and the reality of the truth? They are there for you to understand and know, not to memorize or keep. Once you understand and know them, then you will have a hope of adding to them or supplementing them. Does practicing in this way facilitate the practice of using the truth to resolve problems? What is the most basic principle of using the truth to resolve problems? You must first have an understanding of the truth relevant to the problem at hand and, when you want to understand the truth relevant to the problem, is it OK if you cannot find any relevant passages in God’s words? God’s words are the foundation of the relevant truth. You must find the relevant words of God, then ascertain the truth and understand the truth based on these words of God. Only then will you be able to use the truth to resolve problems. Many people are lazy, and when any problem is mentioned, they immediately respond with the four principles of practice. Is it OK to answer so simply? Why is that not acceptable? Are any results achieved by doing that? What are the principles and criteria of using the truth to resolve problems? You must achieve four different results. You must help people thoroughly understand the essence of the problem according to the truth, help them locate the source of the problem and know the danger posed by the problem, ultimately enable them to achieve true repentance and have a path of practice, and also enable them to derive benefits and learn lessons so that they can pursue the truth with direction and purpose afterward and eventually know how to practice the truth so as to handle matters with principle. To achieve these four results are the main principle of using the truth to resolve problems. If you cannot achieve these four results, then you will be unable to meet the criteria for using the truth to resolve problems. Can resolving problems by keeping to the rules and following doctrine achieve these four results? What do you achieve, merely? You can allow others to know what rules to keep to and what methods to employ when they encounter an issue, but they will be unable to understand thoroughly the essence of the problem. Can things turn out well by keeping to the rules in this way? Can people keep to these rules? Can any results be achieved? Aren’t you deceiving people? Therefore, if you do not achieve these four results, then you are not using the truth to resolve problems; instead, you are teaching others to keep to rules and practice doctrine, you are teaching them a kind of external method and teaching them how not to make mistakes. When you use the truth to resolve problems, results must be achieved at the source. You must allow others to thoroughly understand the essence of the problem, allow them to achieve an understanding of the truth due to the arising of this problem, achieve a thorough understanding of the essence of this problem due to their understanding of the truth and, in the end, allow them to cast off their corruption and reject Satan, reject negative things and practice the truth. Will the same problem arise again once this result has been achieved? No, it won’t, for the problem has been resolved at the root. For example, the majority of doctors treat the symptoms and not the cause, and the result is that, once the treatment is finished, the condition seems to be all better at the time, yet before a few months or years are up, the condition returns. This is not resolving the problem at the root—isn’t this the case? Therefore, using the truth to resolve problems is to resolve problems at the root, and it allows people to understand the truth and eradicate the problem from their minds, from their thoughts and from their knowledge, thus ensuring that they will afterward be able to practice the truth and not make the same mistake again. Only this is a result achieved through using the truth to resolve problems. Only if a leader or worker is able to use the truth to resolve problems will God’s chosen people be able to achieve an understanding of the truth and enter into reality through their using the truth to resolve problems. Entering into the reality of the truth is achieved alongside using the truth to resolve problems, and it is achieved through constantly using the truth to resolve problems. It is not completely achieved by just resolving one problem; instead, one must resolve many problems to achieve this result. As people are entering into the reality of the truth, many problems of corruption will arise—They will commit many transgressions, they will go their own path many times and will often reveal corrupt dispositions, they will have a lot of rebellion and resistance, they will be unable to practice many truths and unable to satisfy God. These are all problems which must be resolved using the truth before people can ultimately enter into the reality of the truth. The truth must be used to thoroughly resolve each and every problem. If you don’t use the truth, then that problem will never be eliminated and its roots will remain. It won’t do to merely employ some superficial methods, for no matter how good they seem to be, they cannot resolve problems at the root, and so one day the problem will repeat. All man’s problems of corruption must be resolved using the truth before they can gain the truth as their life. If these problems are not resolved with the truth, then people will never be able to enter into the reality of the truth. So if a leader or worker is unable to use the truth to resolve problems, are they capable of leading God’s chosen people into the reality of the truth? And when they are incapable of leading God’s chosen people into the reality of the truth, are they qualified to be used by God? Are they a qualified leader or worker? Therefore, all who are unable to use the truth to resolve problems are those who are not in possession of the reality of the truth; this is totally correct and there is no mistake whatsoever. So should the people who don’t pursue the truth be trained to be leaders and workers? No, they shouldn’t, because they will never know how to use the truth to resolve problems, and they will never be able to achieve this. They don’t pursue the truth, so what’s the use of cultivating them? If any leader or worker has worked for three or five years and is still without the reality of the truth, if they can still act wildly and be hypocritical, then it shows that this person does not love the truth. Those who do not love the truth should have taken their exit long ago and made way, for that would have been the sensible thing to do. If you don’t resign, if you don’t make way, then this shows that you have no sense, that you are shameless and brazen, and that you are without humanity. Is it going too far to say that? No, it’s not going too far. It’s entirely real and true.
What training must people undergo when in pursuit of salvation and perfection? They must train themselves to use the truth to resolve problems. Using the truth to resolve problems, therefore, is not just something which leaders and workers have to pursue to achieve. If God’s chosen people want to attain salvation but they don’t know how to resolve the problems of their own corruption, then they can forget ever entering into the reality of the truth. Some people are besotted by this or caught up by that, and can never shuck these things off, and are always negative—should they not use the truth to resolve these problems? Some people’s love for their husband, wife or children surpasses their love for God—should they not use the truth to resolve this problem? Some people are too emotional and they always rely on their emotions when they speak, and so they are unable to speak according to the truth or according to principles—should they not use the truth to resolve this problem? Some people lust for riches and lust for reputation and status. All these problems should be resolved using the truth. If you don’t seek the truth to resolve these problems, then you are not a pursuer of the truth and you do not love the truth. When you’re up against so many real difficulties and you don’t seek to use the truth to resolve them, then this shows that you are not pursuing the truth and that you don’t wish to attain salvation. Instead, you wish to live in corruption, live in Satan’s domain, drag out an ignoble existence and hanker after comforts. So just go ahead and wait to die then. This is whiling away your life and wasting time. Isn’t that right? If leaders and workers can use the truth to resolve problems, won’t the church life then have a good effect on people? If in one meeting you can use the truth to thoroughly resolve one problem, allow God’s chosen people to benefit and learn from this and allow them to understand the truth and have a path of practice, then this meeting will have a big effect. And when the lives of God’s chosen people are nourished and their practical problems are resolved, then God’s heart is gladdened. If a false leader or false worker is in control of a church, and they just sit there jabbering away, taking up all the time and not resolving any problem at all, how will God’s chosen people feel on their way back home? Someone will say: “Just our luck, what a bad break. We’ve just been jabbered at by this person who is without the truth for an entire meeting, and we haven’t gained a thing. If more meetings are like this then I just won’t attend meetings anymore.” That’s how things are, right? If you don’t have the reality of the truth then don’t just jabber on. Talking like that makes people bored. Also, what attitude must people possess when it comes to using the truth to resolve problems? They mustn’t always nitpick over wording, saying, “The thing the above said in fellowship, or brothers and sisters said in fellowship, or leaders and workers said in fellowship, is hard for me to hear, so I don’t accept it, and I won’t accept it no matter how much it accords with the truth.” Is this beneficial to resolving your problems? Why nitpick about wording? Someone says, “I’m not nitpicky about wording, but I dislike their expressions and attitudes.” Should you nitpick about others’ expressions and attitudes? “When you expose my corruption, you must express yourself a little more gently, have a loving heart and be kind. Only when I see you with a smile on your face will I accept what you say. It won’t do to be too stern, I won’t be able to accept it.” Why are you nitpicky about tone of voice? And why are you nitpicky about expressions? Do you know what the root cause of God speaking in anger is? It is His hatred for the nature of Satan and for the nature of the great red dragon, and His hatred for satanic dispositions. Therefore, His words are stern and He isn’t choosy about vocabulary; He is direct and He cuts straight to the heart of the matter. If you don’t know the source of God’s anger, can you then know God’s righteous disposition? When the wicked and ugly things within you are being dealt with, when your satanic nature is being dealt with, if your acceptance still depends on the other person’s expressions, on their tone of voice and on the wording they use, then you have far too many faults. Isn’t this a devilish nature? There’s not so much opinion when patients seek a doctor to treat their illness. They just say, “Treat me in the best way possible. Do whatever you can to treat my illness. I make no demands.” This is a wise person. Why are you so nitpicky about tone of voice? When I deal with you, should I be as mild and soft as a gentle breeze? When I am dealing with you, in my heart I feel hatred for your corrupt dispositions and for the ugliness of your own individual essence. I cannot be happy about it, I cannot be all smiles or as soft as a gentle breeze—I cannot produce such expressions, and all I have is fury. So are your demands reasonable? You’ve done so much evil and yet you’re still nitpicky about wording and expressions. It’s already well and good that you’ve been left some room to repent. This is God’s great mercy, so what else could you possibly have to say? Your making unreasonable demands indicates that you are without sense. Some people always used to say that my words were crude, and that sometimes my words were a little insulting. Am I insulting? You cannot have a thorough understanding of the essence of the matter. My words curse devils, they are not insults. Could I insult someone who is truly a person? If someone is a true man, I will treat them like gold, and if someone is truly a devil, how could you stop me from hating them? I can’t control it, for they disturb God’s work. Could I treat them this way if they had practiced the truth? If they had led God’s chosen people into the reality of the truth, then I wouldn’t be able to thank them enough. Leaders and workers must learn how to use the truth to resolve problems—this is the path to being perfected. When you are truly able to use the truth to resolve problems, then it can be said that you are qualified to be used by God and you are qualified to be a leader. Only when leaders and workers frequently use the truth to resolve problems can God’s chosen people gradually progress in their life entry, and only then can they be devoted to God in their duties and not perform their duties in a slipshod manner. So God’s chosen people then achieve more and more results in their duties and, in this way, God’s will is carried out. When leaders and workers are able to use the truth to resolve problems, and help God’s chosen people to understand the truth and enter into reality as quickly as possible, this also shows that the truth and God’s words do indeed hold power in God’s family, and that it is indeed God who reigns as King in the church. If leaders and workers persistently use the truth to resolve problems and God’s chosen people enter into reality because of their understanding of the truth, then won’t God gradually gain a place in the hearts of His chosen people? The more God’s chosen people understand the truth, the more God has a place in their hearts and, the more they enter into reality, the more God actually holds power in their hearts. In this way, God’s throne is established in the hearts of millions of His chosen people, and His will is carried out. Tell me, when God’s throne is established in the hearts of millions of His chosen people and He holds power in the hearts of every single believer, is that the time when God gains glory? If leaders and workers reach this stage in their work, then is this not God’s will being carried out? And are those who can carry out God’s will not the ones who can inherit God’s promises? Those who can carry out God’s will are of course the ones who are perfected by God, and because these people carry out God’s will, they are praised and blessed by God. That is so glorious, it is not just that God gains glory, but that the people who carry out God’s will gain glory together with God.
There are ten main aspects to using the truth to resolve problems: 1) We must use the truth to resolve the problems to do with knowing oneself—the corruption one reveals, one’s own nature and essence, and one’s difficulties and transgressions; this is the most important aspect of life entry. 2) We must use the truth to resolve the problems that exist in the performance of one’s duty. Being slipshod in duties, deceiving God, going through the motions, not seeking results, being satisfied with merely making physical effort and not being devoted to God—these problems of corruption must be resolved. To what extent must they be resolved? To the extent that one is able to competently fulfill the duty of a created being. When one is up to standard in one’s duty and is praised by God, then one will have been perfected. 3) We must use the truth to discern and dissect all manner of problems of corruption, heresies and fallacies and satanic dispositions. 4) We must use the truth to discern all manner of people, in particular false leaders, antichrists, evil spirits, unclean spirits and wicked people and to understand thoroughly their essence. 5) In our handling of the problems of false leaders, antichrists and wicked people, we must carry out justice according to the truth and eradicate them utterly. 6) As for the problems of dismissing and purging people, we must clearly discern according to the truth all those who belong to the five types of people, as well as any who do not pursue the truth at all, who have not a shred of humanity, who do not perform any duty, and any good-for-nothings, dregs, the feeble-minded, as well as wicked people, evil spirits and unclean spirits, and purge them all. 7) We must use the truth to resolve all problems encountered in serving God and all problems that arise when serving God. For example, choosing a path to follow, the principles of serving, the rebelliousness that we have, anything that goes against the truth, or human methods. The truth must be used to resolve these problems; if you do not resolve these problems, then you will never conform to God’s will in your service. 8) We must use the truth to resolve worldly problems and the problem of how we approach family members. We must thoroughly understand the essence of these problems and cast off their constraints. 9) We must use the truth to resolve our various expressions of corruption and transgressions as well as the problem of betraying God and the problem of choosing a path to follow—and only then can we attain salvation. 10) We must use the truth to resolve all problems related to attaining salvation and being perfected. These are the ten main aspects of practicing using the truth to resolve problems. If you are able to use the truth to resolve the problems of these ten aspects, then you will surely be able to attain salvation and be perfected. The truth must be used to resolve the problems of these ten aspects, but there are also some problems besides these ten aspects that you should use the truth to resolve, and some that you need not use the truth to resolve. Why is that? It’s because those problems are not as important as the problems of these ten aspects. These ten aspects contain the most fundamental problems, whereas the problems besides, such as what view to take on the world and what view to take on unbelievers, are small problems that you don’t need to pay much attention to. If you know how to use the truth to resolve the main problems contained in these ten aspects, then they will all be readily resolved, right? Won’t they be easy? If there are many other problems which you don’t know how to seek the truth to resolve, then approach them according to the principles of practice of the 162 issues. Use these to resolve any problem omitted here. It’s fine to go by these principles to resolve and handle any of these omitted problems. Only use the truth to resolve problems related to the truth. It’s not necessary to struggle to find truths or apply truths mechanically so as to resolve problems that are unrelated to the truth—just use a few principles of practice to resolve them, and that’ll be fine. Which principles should you use to resolve trivial problems? It must benefit others; it must edify others when they see it; others must regard it as appropriate; it must benefit God’s family, and it must not bring shame on God. Use these five principles as a control check and you will then have a way forward. Understand? Someone says: “I now seek to satisfy God in all things. For a few days there, I lived in corruption, I constantly refused to mend my ways and I didn’t practice the truth. Do I deserve to eat?” Do they need to use the truth to resolve this problem? What kind of method is this? It is unrelated to the truth, so why do they blindly apply rules? Are they not absurd? Someone says: “I prayed to see if God wanted me to go to the meeting today. I have some difficulties at home, I’m somewhat constrained and held back, so I prayed. When I prayed, God didn’t answer, so I now don’t know how to practice.” Should the truth be used to resolve this problem? That depends on whether it is beneficial by attending the meeting or by staying at home; in order to progress in life, you should break away from Satan’s influence. It won’t do to be foolhardy in breaking away from Satan’s influence, for if you persist in doing that, your family member will report you. So for the sake of safeguarding the church, you shouldn’t go to the meeting. This will be beneficial for the church. It is better to sacrifice yourself to safeguard the church—this is right and this is the principle. Understand? Someone else says: “I have another important problem, which is that I’d now like to find a partner.” So I ask, “Is it OK if you don’t have a partner?” “No, I won’t be able to endure the pain.” “So go find one.” “That won’t do either. I’m afraid it will affect my life progression.” “So don’t find a partner then.” “But if I don’t, then I’ll still feel constrained, and I won’t be able to do my duty well.” Is this an easy problem to resolve? How would you use the truth to resolve it? To use the truth to resolve it, you have to pray, understand the truth and see this matter thoroughly. To see it thoroughly doesn’t mean that there is no problem here at all; what you imagine is not realistic, it’s not practical. It’s just that it’s not so hard to suffer pain, and you are capable of exercising some restraint and enduring it. How can it be explained, that one should endure everything? Isn’t this how things are? Can you prohibit that pain? You have to suffer the pain and endure it. Is this a good way to resolve this problem? Do you think there would be no pain if you use the truth to resolve your problem? The truth only brings with it some strength, and it enables you to have faith, to exercise restraint and to endure. By doing this, results are achieved, and what is left to do is that you have to suffer and pay the price. Understand? You just want to avoid all suffering and this is so unrealistic. Life is suffering, everyone suffers. Is there anyone who doesn’t suffer? Are you the only one who suffers, and no one else? Everyone is suffering. There is not one person in this world who does not suffer. Isn’t that the case? Does the great red dragon suffer? Does Satan suffer? Its suffering is even greater and, after it has suffered it shall perish and be destroyed. So what can it do? It does so much evil and, when its regime collapses and everyone is out for its blood, what will it do? Where will it run to? If it flees to another place, the people in that place will rise up to hunt it. It will suffer greatly, and that is retribution for its evil. We commit no evil, only some little entanglements of the flesh which don’t matter at all. This suffering is much easier to bear, right? Normal people all suffer; if you don’t suffer then you’re not a normal person. Who is free of suffering? If someone thinks that by using the truth to resolve problems they will suffer nothing at all, and that when the problem is resolved then there will be no suffering at all, is that a realistic thing to think? Is that practical? Now that you have a purpose, a direction and have principles in practice, the rest is to exercise some self-restraint and endurance. You know why you have to exercise restraint and you know the meaning of suffering. To be without suffering is meaningless. If you don’t suffer anything then how can you show that you love the truth? If you don’t suffer anything then how can your true love for God be revealed? It is a testimony—the more you suffer, the more testimony you bear and the greater your life is benefited. Understand? Therefore, we should face it correctly and we must suffer that which we should suffer. It is not the case that when problems are resolved by using the truth then there is no more suffering at all. When problems are resolved using the truth, we just have faith, we have a path, and we thoroughly understand the essence of the problem. It ensures that we don’t take the wrong path, that we don’t go astray and that we have principles. When we know what pain we ought to suffer and what pain we ought to endure, isn’t the problem then resolved? You don’t want to suffer anything at all, and that will only happen when you die. When you’re dead, all your troubles will be over. But do you know whether your soul will suffer? You’ll find out after you die, right? If you want to get rid of all the pain you should forbear and all the pain you ought to endure, then where is your testimony? You have no testimony. Some brothers and sisters now say, “I won’t look for a partner anymore. I won’t be constrained or dragged down by my family.” You merely need to endure a little and exercise a little restraint and then it’s alright. You should expend more for God. Now you have a path forward, and your practice is accurate and potent, because you have direction, purpose and principles. Using the truth to resolve problems is the path to being perfected, and it is the most simple and direct path—the only path—to attaining salvation. Someone may say, “I pursue the truth, but what if I can’t use the truth to resolve problems?” So if someone else can use the truth to resolve your problems then find someone else to resolve them. After they have resolved some of your problems you will then have a way forward and will slowly come to know how to resolve your own problems, right? Therefore, leaders and workers should all take action and use the truth to resolve people’s problems. When you manage to resolve the problems of brothers and sisters within the church by using the truth, then because you have used the truth to resolve their problems, the brothers and sisters will understand the truth and will slowly come to know how to use the truth to resolve their own problems. When they are unable to resolve some particular problem, leaders and workers can help them to resolve it. In this way, God’s chosen people will have no great difficulties in life entry, and they can enter normally into the reality of the truth. Satan will have no way to obstruct them, no one may harass them and no one may deceive them. They will then have great hope to attain salvation and be perfected, and in the end they shall succeed, right?