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81. The Substance of Christ Is God

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81. The Substance of Christ Is God

1. God who becomes flesh is called Christ, so the Christ that can give people truth is called God. It is not too much to say like that. For He possesses the substance of God. He possesses God's disposition and wisdom in His work, which are unreachable by man. Those who call themselves Christ yet cannot do the work of God are frauds. Christ is not merely the manifestation of God on earth, but the particular flesh assumed by God, as He carries out, completes His work among man. Christ is not merely the manifestation of God on earth, but instead, the particular flesh assumed by God, as He carries out, completes His work among man.

2. This flesh can't be replaced by just any man. This flesh can adequately bear God's work on earth. This flesh can express the disposition of God, can well represent God and provide man with life. Those who pass themselves off as Christ, sooner or later will all fall. For although they call themselves as Christ, they possess none of the substance of Christ. So God says that the authenticity of Christ cannot be defined by man, but this is answered by God Himself, and this is decided by God Himself. So God says that the authenticity of Christ cannot be defined by man, but this is answered by God Himself, and this is decided by God Himself. So, if you truly wish to seek the way of life, you must first acknowledge, it is by coming to the human world that He bestows on man the way of life. It is during the last days that He comes to the world to give to man the way of life. He bestows the way of life on man by coming to the human world. Not the past; it is happening today. It is happening today.

from “Only Christ of the Last Days Can Give Man the Way of Eternal Life” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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