Her name is Zheng Lu, and since childhood, she had been especially vain. Because of the social influence and the education of traditional Chinese culture, she studied tirelessly, hoping to get into university and realize her dream of outperforming her peers and becoming successful, but an unexpected accident shattered her dream. Just when she felt negative, weak, and unable to find direction in life,'s salvation in the last days found her. After starting to , she pursued passionately, enthusiastically performed her duties, won the approval of her brothers and sisters, and two years later was elected as a church leader. But unconsciously, her desire for success again began to grow in her, and the arrogance, conceit and desire for fame and prestige of her satanic nature exposed themselves constantly in her duties, greatly disrupting church work. Through repeatedly experiencing the judgment, chastisement, pruning, and dealing in God's word, she reflects deeply, and finally sees clearly that she has been deeply corrupted and poisoned by satanic toxins such as "To be a man is to get ahead," "As a tree lives for its bark, a man lives for his face," and "A man leaves his name behind wherever he stays, just as a goose utters its cry wherever it flies," which led her to become particularly arrogant and conceited in nature and to worship status and power, and caused her to focus exclusively on pursuing fame and prestige over her years of belief in God instead of pursuing the truth. Unbeknownst to herself, she had walked the path of the antichrist. At the same time, as she gains deep penetration into the essence and dangers of pursuing fame and status, she comes to loathe fame, status, and her own satanic nature, change her mistaken outlook on life and values, and gradually begins to walk the radiant and correct path for life, that of pursuing truth.
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