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

What is the incarnation? What is the essence of the incarnation?

The meaning of incarnation is that God appears in the flesh, and He comes to work among man of His creation in the image of a flesh. So, for God to be incarnated, He must first be flesh, flesh with normal humanity; this, at the very least, must be true. In fact, the implication of God’s incarnation is that God lives and works in the flesh, God in His very essence becomes flesh, becomes a man.

What are the differences between the work of God incarnate and the work of the Spirit?

If this work were done by the Spirit—if God did not become flesh, and instead the Spirit spoke directly through thunder so that man had no way to have contact with Him, would man know His disposition? If only the Spirit did the work, then man would have no way of knowing His disposition. People can only behold God’s disposition with their own eyes when He becomes flesh, when the Word appears in the flesh, and He expresses His entire disposition through the flesh.

Why is it said that God’s two incarnations complete the significance of the incarnation?

The first incarnation was to redeem man from sin through the flesh of Jesus, that is, He saved man from the cross, but the corrupt satanic disposition still remained within man. The second incarnation is no longer to serve as a sin offering but to fully save those who were redeemed from sin. This is done so that those forgiven can be delivered from their sins and be fully made clean ....

How should one understand Christ is the truth, the way, and the life?

The way of life is not something that can be possessed by just anyone, nor is it easily obtainable by all. That is because life can only come from God, which is to say, only God Himself possesses the substance of life, there is no way of life without God Himself, and so only God is the source of life, and the ever-flowing wellspring of living water of life.