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
Words on the Three Stages of God’s Work of Salvation of Mankind

The purpose of the three stages of work of God’s management of mankind

The aim of the three stages of work is the salvation of all mankind—which means the complete salvation of man from the domain of Satan. … When the three stages of work come to an end, there will be made a group of those who bear testimony to God, a group of those who know God. These people will all know God and will be able to put the truth into practice. They will possess humanity and sense, and will all know the three stages of God’s work of salvation.

The relationship between all the three stages of God’s work

The three stages of work were done by one God; this is the greatest vision, and is the only path to knowing God. The three stages of work could only have been done by God Himself, and no man could do such work on His behalf—which is to say that only God Himself could have done His own work from the beginning until today.