1. God has been in this world for many years, but who knows Him? No wonder God chastises people. No wonder God chastises people. It seems that they are the objects on which to put God’s authority to use; it seems that they are bullets in God’s gun which, once God has fired it, will all escape. This is their imagination. God has always respected humans, God has always respected humans; He has never arbitrarily exploited or traded them like slaves. This is because God cannot leave them, nor can they leave God. Thus, a life and death bond has formed between them and God, a life and death bond has formed between them and God.
2. God always cherishes and loves humans. Although that sentiment has never been mutual, they have always looked to God, which is the reason God continues to spend efforts on them. God loves people like, like His own treasure, because they are the “capital” of His management on earth; He therefore will certainly not eliminate them. God’s will toward humans will never change. Can they truly trust in God’s oath? How can they satisfy God? This is the task for all humankind; it is the “homework” God has left for them. It is God’s hope that they will all work hard to complete it.
from “The Thirty-fifth Utterance” of God’s Utterances to the Entire Universe in The Word Appears in the Flesh