Daily Words of God: God's Disposition and What He Has and Is | Excerpt 234
September 19, 2020
Blessed are those who have read My words and believe that they will be fulfilled. I will not at all mistreat you; I will have what you believe be fulfilled in you. This is My blessing coming upon you. My words strike home at the secrets hidden in every person; everyone has mortal wounds, and I am the good physician who heals them: Simply come into My presence. Why did I say that in the future there will be no more sorrow and no more tears? It is for this reason. In Me, everything is accomplished, but in humans, all things are corrupt, empty and deceitful to humans. In My presence, you are sure to gain all things, and you can definitely both see and enjoy all the blessings you could never have imagined. Those who do not come before Me are certainly rebellious, and are absolutely the ones who resist Me. I will certainly not let them off lightly; I will chastise such people severely. Remember this! The more people come before Me, the more they will gain—though it will just be grace. Later, they will receive even greater blessings.
Since the creation of the world, I have begun to predestine and select this group of people—namely, you of today. Your temperament, caliber, appearance, and stature, your family into which you were born, your job, and your marriage—you in your entirety, even including the color of your hair and your skin, and your time of birth—were all arranged by My hands. I arranged by hand even the things you do and the people you meet every single day, not to mention the fact that bringing you into My presence today was actually done by My arrangement. Do not throw yourself into disorder; you should proceed calmly. What I allow you to enjoy today is a share that you deserve, and it has been predestined by Me since the world’s creation. Humans are all so extreme: They are either overly headstrong or utterly shameless. They are unable to go about things in accordance with My plan and arrangements. Do not do this any longer. In Me, all is emancipated; do not bind yourself, as there will be loss with respect to your life. Remember this!
—The Word, Vol. 1. The Appearance and Work of God. Utterances of Christ in the Beginning, Chapter 74