111 The Purpose of God’s Incarnation
1. In the last days, God became flesh to do the work He ought to do and to perform His ministry of words, to perform His ministry of words. He came in person to work amidst human beings with the goal of perfecting those people who are after His heart. From the creation up until today He only does that work during the last days. Only during the last days was God incarnated to do such large-scale work. Though He endures hardships that people would find difficult to endure, though He as a great God has the humility to become an ordinary man, no aspect of His work has been delayed, and His plan is not thrown into confusion in the least. He is doing the work according to His original plan.
2. One of the purposes of this incarnation is to conquer people. Another is to perfect the people He loves. He wants to see for Himself how the people He perfects bear witness for Him. It is not one person who is perfected, and it is not two. It is however, a group of very few people. This group of people come from various countries of the world, and from various of the world’s nationalities. The purpose of doing this much work is to gain this group of people, to gain the witness this group of people bear for Him, and to obtain the glory He gets through this group of people.
from “Only Those Who Focus on Practice Can Be Perfected” in The Word Appears in the Flesh