1. God’s final work is not only to punish man but to arrange the destination of each. Moreover, it is to receive acknowledgement from all for all that He has done. He wants each and every man to see that all He has done is in the right and is an expression of His disposition; it is not the doing of man, least of all nature, that brought forth mankind.
2. It is God who nourish every living being among all things. Without His existence, mankind can only perish and suffer the invasion of plagues. None will ever again see the beauteous sun and moon or the green world; mankind shall encounter only the frigid night and the inexorable valley of the shadow of death.
3. God is mankind’s only salvation. God is mankind’s only hope and even more, God is He on whom the existence of all mankind rests. Without Him, mankind will immediately become stagnant, oh, mankind will immediately become stagnant. Without Him, mankind will suffer catastrophe and be trod upon by all manner of ghosts. He has done work that can be done by no other only in the hope that man repay Him with good deeds. He hopes that you do sufficient good deeds in preparation for your own destination.
from “You Ought to Do Enough Good Deeds to Prepare for Your Destination” in The Word Appears in the Flesh