Questions and Answers on the Conditions for Entering the Kingdom of Heaven

Question 2: How does Almighty God do His work of judgment in the last days? How does He express His words to judge, cleanse and perfect man? This is the truth that we desperately need to know now. If we realize Almighty God’s work, then we can really hear God’s voice and be raised up before God’s throne. Please tell us in more detail!

the church,God’s work,God’s will,truth,salvation  Answer: Studying how Almighty God does His work of judgment in the last days is very important to our ability to obtain salvation by pursuing the truth. Almighty God works in the last days by expressing truths to judge and cleanse people. He does this solely to lift His saints into the kingdom of heaven. However, many believers in the religious community do not understand God’s will. They think the Lord will return and directly raise all of the saints into the heavenly kingdom. They don’t believe He will conduct the work of judgment and chastisement because, well, if He judged and chastised people, wouldn’t He be condemning and punishing them too? Therefore, they refuse to accept God’s work of judgment in the last days; they only wait for the Lord to descend on a cloud and raise them into the heavenly kingdom. In truth, this is a complete misunderstanding of God’s will. The Lord Jesus did His work of redemption to pave the way for the work of judgment in the last days. God’s final objective is to cleanse and save humanity, allowing them to rest in the heavenly kingdom. However, God’s work of redeeming and saving man is planned; it proceeds in steps. It doesn’t all just happen at once. The Lord Jesus has completed His work of redemption and has promised to come back and receive the saints. However, no one really knows how God takes the saints in the last days. In reality, when God comes to receive His saints in the last days, He brings them to His throne first to judge them, cleanse them and perfect them into overcomers. Isn’t this how saints are raised into the kingdom of heaven? Still, this isn’t something that’s easy for people to understand. Before they can go before God’s throne, they must experience judgment, chastisement and cleansing. That’s why people have formed their own conceptions about God’s work of judgment in the last days. Then tell me, is God’s chastisement and judgment really a blessing? Or is it condemnation and punishment? Many people don’t understand this. Let’s see what Almighty God says about it, Continue reading

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God’s Utterance “God’s Work, God’s Disposition, and God Himself II” (Part One)

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In the past, I knew from the Bible that Abraham was the father of faith, but I wasn’t clear about the detail of how he did things according to God’s will. But the utterance expressed by Christ in the last days discloses this aspect of truth. God commands Abraham to offer up his son. Originally he had some ideas in his mind toward God because what God did was not in line with man’s ideas. But Abraham put aside his own thoughts and obeyed God’s arrangement, offering his son up to God according to God’s requirement. In this trial God saw his sincere and submissive heart. This was also the result God wanted to see from Abraham. Thank God! The attitude that Abraham treated God’s commandment is what we should emulate. Share with you Readings of God’s Word “God’s Work, God’s Disposition, and God Himself II” (Part One)

God’s words in this video are from the book “Continuation of The Word Appears in the Flesh”.
The content of this video:
A. Abraham
1. God Promises to Give Abraham a Son
2. Abraham Offers Isaac
No One Can Hinder the Work That God Resolves to Do
The Work of God’s Management and Salvation of Mankind Begins With Abraham’s Offering of Isaac
God Does Not Care If Man Is Foolish—He Only Asks That Man Be True
3. God’s Promise to Abraham
Man Gains God’s Blessings Because of His Sincerity and Obedience
Gaining Those Who Know God and Are Able to Testify to Him Is God’s Unchanging Wish

The Substance of Christ Is Obedience to the Will of the Heavenly Father (Selection)

 

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The incarnate God is called Christ, and Christ is the flesh donned by the Spirit of God. This flesh is unlike any man that is of the flesh. This difference is because Christ is not of flesh and blood but is the incarnation of the Spirit. He has both a normal humanity and a complete divinity. His divinity is not possessed by any man. His normal humanity sustains all His normal activities in the flesh, while His divinity carries out the work of God Himself. Be it His humanity or divinity, both submit to the will of the heavenly Father. The substance of Christ is the Spirit, that is, the divinity. Therefore, His substance is that of God Himself; this substance will not interrupt His own work, and He could not possibly do anything that destroys His own work, nor would He ever utter any words that go against His own will. Therefore, the incarnate God would absolutely never do any work that interrupts His own management. This is what all man should understand. The essence of the work of the Holy Spirit is to save man and is for the sake of God’s own management. Similarly, the work of Christ is to save man and is for the sake of God’s will. Given that God becomes flesh, He realizes His substance within His flesh, such that His flesh is sufficient to undertake His work. Therefore, all the work of God’s Spirit is replaced by the work of Christ during the time of incarnation, and at the core of all work throughout the time of incarnation is the work of Christ. It cannot be commingled with work from any other age. And since God becomes flesh, He works in the identity of His flesh; since He comes in the flesh, He then finishes in the flesh the work that He ought to do. Be it the Spirit of God or be it Christ, both are God Himself, and He does the work that He ought to do and performs the ministry that He ought to perform.

from “The Substance of Christ Is Obedience to the Will of the Heavenly Father” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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Utterances and Testimonies of Christ in the Beginning – The Sixth Utterance

Utterances and Testimonies of Christ in the Beginning - The Sixth Utterance  Almighty God, the Head of all things, wields His kingly power from His throne. He rules over the universe and all things and He is guiding us on the whole earth. We shall often be close to Him, and come before Him in quietness; never shall we miss a single moment, and there are things to learn at all times. The environment around us as well as the people, matters and objects, all are permitted by His throne. Do not have a complaining heart, or God will not bestow His grace upon you. When sickness happens it is due to God’s love and His good intentions are surely behind it. Even when your body endures suffering, take no ideas from Satan. Praise God in the midst of illness and enjoy God in the midst of your praise. Do not lose heart in the face of illness, keep seeking and never give up, and God shall shine His light to you. How faithful was Job? Almighty God is an all-powerful physician! To dwell in sickness is to be sick, but to dwell in the spirit is to be well. If you have but one breath, God will not let you die. Continue reading

God’s Work, God’s Disposition, and God Himself III (Part Eight)

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  1. Jesus Eats Bread and Explains the Scriptures After His Resurrection

  (Luke 24:30–32) And it came to pass, as he sat at meat with them, he took bread, and blessed it, and broke, and gave to them. And their eyes were opened, and they knew him; and he vanished out of their sight. And they said one to another, Did not our heart burn within us, while he talked with us by the way, and while he opened to us the scriptures? Continue reading