288 Who Understands God’s Grief?

1 To save man, God has become flesh and endured the utmost humiliation. He expresses the truth and gives His all to bestow life upon man. His judgment and chastisement, trials and refinement are all to purify man. People’s hearts are treacherous, they are selfish and evil. They are full of wariness and misunderstandings about God. Year after year, day after day, God waits, with the utmost patience, for people to turn themselves around. Can anyone appreciate God’s grief?

2 People only believe in God to be blessed, they do not pursue the truth. They steadfastly seek fortune and reputation, yet still wish to receive God’s approval. They think only of their prospects and destination, and are never mindful of God’s will. God awaits the repentance of those who truly love Him. Seeing God’s sadness, I feel regret. God’s love for me is so profound—so why don’t I love Him? I set myself a new aim: to give true love, to repay God’s love, and bring comfort to God’s mind. God awaits the repentance of those who truly love Him. Seeing God’s sadness, I feel regret. God’s love for me is so profound—so why don’t I love Him? I set myself a new aim: to give true love, to repay God’s love, and bring comfort to God’s mind.

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