Can you express God’s “disposition typical of the age” with proper words that are of the significance of the age? Through your experiencing God’s work, can you speak forth God’s specific disposition? How can you put it properly and appropriately? So that others can discover how you have experienced. How are you going to tell your seeing and experience to the religious believers for you to shepherd who hunger and thirst for righteousness and who are pitiful, poor, and godly? What kind of “figures” will there be for you to shepherd? Can you imagine? The heavy task on your shoulders, your commission, and your responsibility, do you know them all? Where is your sense of historic mission? How are you going to be the master of the next age? Is your sense of being the master strong? How do you explain the master of all things? Does it really mean the master of the living things and of all the material things in the world? How do you plan for the carrying out of the next step of work? How many people will there be for you to shepherd? Won’t your task be very heavy? They are poor, pitiful, blind, and at a loss, wailing in darkness: Where is the way? How they yearn that the light will suddenly come down like a falling star to dispel the forces of darkness that have oppressed man for so many years. They have been expecting eagerly and longing for day and night. Who knows all that? These people in deep suffering, even when the light has flashed, are still held in the prison of darkness with no way to get released. When will they weep no more? These fragile spirits who have never had rest are actually suffering such misery, and the ruthless cords and the stagnant history have long locked them up. Who has ever listened to the voice of their weeping? Who has ever looked at their miserable condition? Have you ever thought how grieved and anxious God’s heart is? How could he bear to see the innocent mankind he created with his own hands suffering such torment? After all, mankind are the unfortunate who have been poisoned. Although they have survived today, who knows that they have long been poisoned by the evil one? Have you forgotten that you were one of the victims? Are you not willing to try hard to save all these survivors out of your love for God? And exert all your strength to repay the God who loves man as his own flesh and blood? What do you think of being used by God to spend your uncommon life? Do you really have the will and the faith to live a meaningful life of “a godly man who serves God”?