1. There’s a hallmark of a change in disposition: It’s being able to obey things that are correct and in line with the truth. No matter who brings up an idea—whether they are young or old, whether they get along with you, no matter if your relationship is good or bad, distant or close, you know each other or not, you’re familiar with each other or not, or whether there are grudges between you—if they say something that is correct, in line with the truth, is beneficial to the work of God’s family, you are able to hear it, take it in, and accept it. You are not impacted by any other factors. This is one aspect of that expression.
2. Second, when you encounter an issue you are able to seek the truth. For example, there is something that no one knows; they haven’t heard of it before. It’s something new. You are able to seek, to see how you handle this matter and practice in line with the principles of the truth, so that you can satisfy and achieve God’s requirements. You are able to seek, to see how you handle this matter and practice in line with the principles of the truth, so that you can satisfy and achieve God’s requirements, achieve God’s requirements.
3. Another aspect is being able to be considerate of God’s heart. How can you be considerate of His heart? No matter what your duty is and what you do, you have to grasp the relevant principles. You have to understand God’s will, what kind of results need to be achieved, and abide by these principles. Besides, you have to fulfill your responsibilities and be faithful. For example, in something you don’t know how to be considerate of God’s heart, but in order to achieve that and to satisfy Him, you must seek this out. La … la … la … la …
from “A Change in Disposition Can Only Be Achieved by Pursuing Entry Into Life” in Records of Christ’s Talks