God’s substance is not performed, God’s loveliness is not performed; God’s substance truly exists, and it is not added to Him by others, much less does it change with time, place, or age. In the things done by God which are inconspicuous to man and which man considers very small, and even in a small thing that man thinks God can never possibly do, God’s realness and loveliness can be truly reflected. God is not hypocritical, and in His disposition and substance there is no pompousness, no pretense, no haughtiness, and no arrogance. He never boasts but with a faithful and truthful attitude,He has been taking good care of, showing concern for, watching over, and leading the man created by Him. No matter how much people can realize it, how much they can feel it, and how much they can see it, God has been indeed doing such things, God has been indeed doing such things.
from “God’s Work, God’s Disposition, and God Himself (1)” in A Continuation of The Word Appears in the Flesh