318 I am as good as My word, and My word shall be accomplished. No one can change it. This is absolute. Whether they are the words spoken in the past or the words to be spoken in the future, they will be fulfilled one by one, so that all people will see. This is the principle by which I speak and work.
from “The First Utterance” of God’s Utterances to the Entire Universe in The Word Appears in the Flesh
319 God is not bound by time; His work and His glory come first. Therefore, however long it takes, He will not spare any sacrifice if it is His work. This is the disposition of God: He will not rest until His work is achieved. Only when the time comes that He obtains the second part of His glory can His work be drawn to a close.
from “Is the Work of God So Simple as Man Imagines?” in The Word Appears in the Flesh
320 We trust that no country or power can stand in the way of what God wishes to achieve. Those that obstruct God’s work, resist the word of God, disturb and impair the plan of God shall ultimately be punished by God. He who defies the work of God shall be sent to hell; any country that defies the work of God shall be destroyed; any nation that rises up to oppose the work of God shall be wiped from this earth, and shall cease to exist.
from “God Presides Over the Fate of All Mankind” in The Word Appears in the Flesh
322 Who survives except by the words in My mouth? Who does not lie under My watchful eye? As I carry out My new work on the whole earth, who has ever been able to escape from it? Could it be that the mountains are able to evade it by means of their height? Could it be that the waters, by their multitudinous vastness, are able to fend it off? In My plan, I have never lightly let any thing go, and so there has never been any person, or any thing, that has eluded the grasp of My hands.
from “The Twenty-third Utterance” of God’s Utterances to the Entire Universe in The Word Appears in the Flesh
323 I want each and every man to see that all I have done is in the right and is an expression of My disposition; it is not the doing of man, least of all nature, that brought forth mankind. On the contrary, it is I who nourish every living being among all things. Without My 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.
from “You Ought to Do Enough Good Deeds to Prepare for Your Destination” in The Word Appears in the Flesh
326 In My kingdom all the people are honest people who are not fake or deceitful. On the earth, aren’t all honest ones unwelcome? I am not like that. It is good when an honest person comes to Me; I appreciate that type of person, and I also need them. This is My righteousness.
from “The Thirty-third Utterance” of Christ’s Initial Expressions and testimonies in The Word Appears in the Flesh
327 Since you have made a resolution to serve Me, I will not let you go. I am a jealous God, and I am a God jealous over man. Since you have presented your words before My altar, I will not allow you to run away from My eyes, and I will not allow you to serve two masters. Do you think that you can love something else after you have presented your words on My altar and before My eyes? How can I allow man to fool Me like this? Do you think that your tongue can make vows or oaths to Me at will? How can you swear by the throne of Me the Most High? Do you think that your oaths have passed away? I tell you, even if your flesh passes away, your oaths will not. At the end of the time, I will condemn you according to your oaths. …
from “Your Characters Are Too Base!” in The Word Appears in the Flesh