God’s Incarnation Judgment of the Last Days Three Stages of God's Work About the Names of God The Age of Grace and Age of Kingdom Salvation and Full Salvation The Way of Eternal Life God's Work and Man's Work Knowing Christ Knowing God The Bible and God Knowing the Voice of God The True Meaning of Rapture God Has Descended to China God's Church and Religion Discerning the Pharisees The True Way Has Always Been Persecuted The Trinity Interpretation Truth and Doctrines Doing the Will of God
  • 20 Types of Gospel Truths
    • God’s Incarnation
    • Judgment of the Last Days
    • Three Stages of God's Work
    • About the Names of God
    • The Age of Grace and Age of Kingdom
    • Salvation and Full Salvation
    • The Way of Eternal Life
    • God's Work and Man's Work
    • Knowing Christ
    • Knowing God
    • The Bible and God
    • Knowing the Voice of God
    • The True Meaning of Rapture
    • God Has Descended to China
    • God's Church and Religion
    • Discerning the Pharisees
    • The True Way Has Always Been Persecuted
    • The Trinity Interpretation
    • Truth and Doctrines
    • Doing the Will of God
About the Names of God

The relationship between each stage of God’s work and His name

In each age and each stage of work, My name is not baseless, but holds representative significance: Each name represents one age. “Jehovah” represents the Age of Law....During the Age of Grace, the name of God was Jesus....During the last days, His name is Almighty God—the Almighty,...In every age, in every stage of His work, God’s disposition is evident.

God’s name may change, but His essence never changes

The immutability of God’s disposition and substance. Changes in His name and work do not prove that His substance has altered; in other words, God will always be God, and this will never change. ...In every age God assumes a new name, in every age He does new work, and in every age He allows His creatures to see His new will and new disposition.

The nature of the problem of not accepting God’s new name

If you use conceptions to measure and delineate God, ...Because man does not know God, because he has so many conceptions, and because, instead of complying with reality, all of his knowledge of God is cut from the same cloth, and rigid and inflexible. Thus, having come to earth today, God has once more been nailed to the cross by man.