As is known to us all, Christmas was established in commemoration of the birth of the . When people are immersed in the festival atmosphere, do you know what the Lord Jesus did for mankind? From the Scriptures we know: The Lord Jusus was hunted by King Herod when He was born. Yet in order to save all mankind, He was finally nailed to the cross as the sin offering. He sacrificed Himself and bestowed all His mercy and lovingkindness upon man so that mankind can continue to survive. Although the Lord Jesus left us after finishing the work of redemption, and concern for man extend forth….
In the last days, the Lord Jesus returns to flesh and comes on earth to do the work of salvation. He is —Christ of the last days. Almighty God says, “God is incarnated in Mainland China, that is, the inland called by fellowmen of Hong Kong and Taiwan. When God came to earth from heaven, no one in heaven or on earth knew it, for this is the true meaning of God coming again in a hidden way. He worked and lived in the flesh for a long time, but no one knew it, and even today still no one has knowledge of it. Maybe it will forever be a ‘mystery.’ When God came into the flesh this time, no one could possibly know it. No matter how great a scale the Spirit works on, God always remains quiet and never shows any sign. It can be said that this stage of work seems to be done in the heavenly realm. Although people all see it, they do not know it. After this stage of God’s work ends, all people will wake up from their long dream and suddenly change their usual attitude. I remember that God said, ‘When God comes into the flesh this time, it is as if He falls into the tiger’s den.’ That is to say, when God works this time, He comes into the flesh and is born in the place inhabited by the great red dragon, so God comes to earth this time at a greater risk, confronted with swords and spears and bludgeons, with temptations, and with murderous-looking people, in danger of being killed at any time. God has come with wrath, but He has come to do the perfecting work, that is, to do the second part of the work after the redemptive work. In order to do this stage of work, God has exerted all His mind, and He tries every possible way to avoid the attack of temptations and remains humble and hidden and never shows off His status. Jesus saved man from the cross, and His purpose was only to accomplish the redemptive work, but He did not come to do the perfecting work. As such, God’s work had only been half completed. When the redemptive work was finished, it means that only half of the work in the entire plan had been finished. When the new age was about to start and the old age was passing away, God the Father began to deliberate the second part of His work and began to prepare for it. It might not be prophesied in the past that God would be incarnated in the end time, so it laid a foundation for God’s coming into the flesh in a more hidden way this time. When all men were unaware and the day was just dawning, God came to earth and started His life in the flesh. When this moment came, men did not know it. Maybe all men were fast asleep, maybe many watchful men were waiting, or maybe many men were praying silently to the God in heaven. But among these many men, no one knew that God had come to earth.” (from The Word Appears in the Flesh) From God’s words, we see that the Lord Jesus has already come back. He is incarnated in Mainland China to do His work, taking a risk which is thousands of times higher than that in the Age of Grace and confronted with swords and spears and bludgeons, with temptations, and with murderous-looking people. But God carries out the work of saving man by His almightiness and wisdom. Therefore, God’s returning to flesh this time is of great significance to man.
Almighty God says, “When Jesus came into the world of man, He brought the Age of Grace and ended the Age of Law. During the last days, God once more became flesh, and when He became flesh this time, the Age of Grace ended and the Age of Kingdom began. All those who accept the second incarnation of God will be led into the Age of Kingdom, and be able to personally accept the guidance of God. Though Jesus did much work among man, He only completed the redemption of all mankind and became man’s sin offering, and did not rid man of all his corrupt disposition. Fully saving man from the influence of Satan not only required Jesus to take on the sins of man as the sin offering, but also required God to do greater work to completely rid man of his disposition, which has been corrupted by Satan. And so, after man was forgiven his sins, God returned to flesh to lead man into the new age, and began the work of chastisement and judgment, which brought man to a higher realm. All those who submit under His dominion shall enjoy higher truth and receive greater blessings. They shall truly live in the light, and shall gain the truth, the way, and the life.” (from The Word Appears in the Flesh) From God’s words I understand that the Lord Jesus only completed the work of redemption and the effect that is achieved is allowing man’s sins to be forgiven. But man’s sinful nature isn’t resolved yet, so man needs God to return to flesh and do the work of removing sins, and thus completely save man from corrupt satanic disposition. So, God incarnate this time brings man more truths and uses the word to do the work of judgment and chastisement, so that man can thoroughly break free from the bondage of sin and be cleansed, and finally live in light and in the midst of God’s blessings. On the contrary, if God didn’t return to flesh, man would never have the way to break free from the bondage of sins and enter God’s kingdom. So God’s returning to flesh this time is of great significance to man. Only by accepting God’s work of judgment in the last days can we be truly saved.
To know more about God’s salvation in the last days, please watch this video: “The Two Incarnations Complete the Significance of the Incarnation”
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