The main character of the film is controlled by such satanic poisons as “Distinguishing oneself and bringing honor to his ancestors” and “Man struggles upwards; water flows downwards,” and she is particularly enamored of reputation and status. While involved in the filming of a choral show, she works hard in rehearsals, suffering and paying a price, all so she can be in the front row and show herself off in front of the camera. Obsessed over her position as the lineup is changed time after time, she lives within the tormenting fetters of prestige and status. Finally, through the revelation and judgment of God’s words, she gains some understanding of the dangers and consequences of her own satanic disposition and her pursuit of fame, gain, and status. She begins to feel remorse and lets go of the pursuit of reputation and status. Instead, she focuses on doing her duty well with her feet planted firmly on the ground, and singing beautifully to praise and bear witness to God. By doing so, she is given a taste of the peace and joy of putting the truth into practice.
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