Belief in the Lord Does Not Mean the Lord Approves of You!

Seeing disasters occurring more and more frequently around the world, many believers in the Lord think: These disasters will punish those who don’t believe in God and do evil, while believers in the Lord are cared for and protected by the Lord and thus they can survive all kinds of disasters. However, seeing some believers die in the plague, we begin to feel confused: Why were they not protected by the Lord? The fact is that by believing in the Lord doesn’t mean we are the ones approved by the Lord. Since we are not approved of by the Lord, how come we are protected by God? Then what kind of people will be commended by God?

The Lord Jesus said, “Not every one that said to Me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that does the will of My Father which is in heaven” (Matthew 7:21). Seen from this, only those who do the will of God are the ones the Lord approves of. Just like Noah, he listened to God’s command to build the Ark. No matter how many years it would take and how people ridiculed him, he accomplished God’s commission without hesitation. Only in this way can it be counted as doing the will of God and only such people can be protected by God and survive disasters. We are now in the last days and the Lord has already returned. Only if we follow God’s footsteps, welcome the Lord’s return, and listen to the words expressed by God in the last days, can we have a chance to be protected by God in disasters. Then how should we look for God’s footsteps? “The Appearance of God Has Ushered in a New Age” will bring us a path.

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