Want to Be Someone Who Does God’s Will? Don’t Miss Out This Most Important Step

Through our discussion yesterday, we have learned that only by practicing God’s words and doing God’s will can we be raptured into the kingdom of heaven. But in real life, we are often bound by sin and cannot practice God’s words. So how can we solve the problem of sin and become people who do God’s will?

The Lord Jesus said, “I have yet many things to say to you, but you cannot bear them now. However, when He, the Spirit of truth, is come, He will guide you into all truth: for He shall not speak of Himself; but whatever He shall hear, that shall He speak: and He will show you things to come” (John 16:12–13). “He that rejects Me, and receives not My words, has one that judges him: the word that I have spoken, the same shall judge him in the last day” (John 12:48). “Sanctify them through Your truth: Your word is truth” (John 17:17).

God says, “Before man was redeemed, many of Satan’s poisons had already been planted within him and, after thousands of years of being corrupted by Satan, he has within him an established nature that resists God. Therefore, when man has been redeemed, it is nothing more than a case of redemption in which man is bought at a high price, but the poisonous nature within him has not been eliminated. Man that is so defiled must undergo a change before becoming worthy to serve God. By means of this work of judgment and chastisement, man will fully come to know the filthy and corrupt essence within his own self, and he will be able to change completely and become clean. Only in this way can man become worthy to return before the throne of God. All the work done this day is so that man can be made clean and be changed; through judgment and chastisement by the word, as well as through refinement, man can purge away his corruption and be made pure. Rather than deeming this stage of work to be that of salvation, it would be more apt to say it is the work of purification. In truth, this stage is that of conquest as well as the second stage in the work of salvation.” “By means of this work of judgment and chastisement, man will fully come to know the filthy and corrupt essence within his own self, and he will be able to change completely and become clean. Only in this way can man become worthy to return before the throne of God. All the work done this day is so that man can be made clean and be changed; through judgment and chastisement by the word, as well as through refinement, man can purge away his corruption and be made pure. Rather than deeming this stage of work to be that of salvation, it would be more apt to say it is the work of purification. In truth, this stage is that of conquest as well as the second stage in the work of salvation.”

We can see from God’s words that although our sins have been forgiven by accepting the redemptive work of the Lord Jesus, our sinful nature is still rooted within us. Therefore, it is necessary for God to express the truth and do a stage of work of judging and purifying us so as to thoroughly expunge our sinful natures. Now, the prophecies of the Lord Jesus have been fulfilled, and the Lord has returned. He has expressed millions of words and performed the work of judgment starting from the house of God. Only by experiencing the judgment and chastisement of God’s words can we get rid of the bondage of sin, be made by God into people who truly obey and love God, and finally be raptured into the kingdom of God. Do you want to investigate God’s work of the last days? Do you want to get rid of the bondage of sin, and become a person who does God’s will to be raptured into the kingdom of heaven? You’re welcome to contact us through Messenger, and let’s communicate together.

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