167 The Symbols of God’s Disposition
1. God’s disposition encompasses His love for mankind (His love for mankind), solace of mankind, hatred of mankind, and even more, a thorough understanding of mankind. The disposition of God is one that belongs to the Ruler of the living beings among all things, to the Lord of all creation. God’s disposition represents honor, power, nobility, greatness, and supremacy (supremacy). God’s disposition is the symbol of authority, the symbol of all that is righteous, the symbol of all that is beautiful and good, the symbol of all that is beautiful and good. More than this, it is a symbol of Him who cannot be overcome or invaded by the darkness and any enemy force, as well as a symbol of Him who cannot be offended and will not tolerate being offended by any created being. God’s disposition is the symbol of the highest power. No person or persons can or may disturb His work or His disposition.
2. God is forever supreme and ever honorable, while man is forever base, forever worthless. This is because God is forever making sacrifices and devoting Himself to mankind; man, however, forever takes and strives only for himself. God is forever taking pains for mankind’s survival, taking pains for mankind’s survival, yet man never contributes anything for the sake of the light or for righteousness. Even if man makes an effort for a time, it is so weak that it cannot withstand a single blow, for the effort of man is always for his own sake and not for others, not for others. Man is always selfish, while God is forever selfless. God is the source of all that is just, good, and beautiful, while man is he who succeeds to and makes manifest all ugliness and evil. God will never alter His substance of righteousness and beauty, yet man is perfectly capable, at any time and in any situation, of betraying righteousness and straying far from God. God will never alter His substance of righteousness and beauty. God will never alter His substance of righteousness and beauty, substance of righteousness and beauty.
from “It Is Very Important to Understand God’s Disposition” in The Word Appears in the Flesh