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152. God’s Substance Is Both Almighty and Practical

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152. God’s Substance Is Both Almighty and Practical

I

During the time when God works practically,

He expresses His disposition and all that He is.

He can do work that’s impossible to man.

This is where His almightiness lies.

He does the work by Himself.

This is where His practicalness shows.

Bear this on your mind:

God’s substance is almighty and practical; each reinforces the other.

All He does expresses His disposition and what He is.

His being contains His omnipotence, His righteousness and His majesty.

II

God is almighty and is also practical.

His words are with His omnipotence.

He is with authority, all that He says comes true.

Even before the final result is seen,

His almightiness is revealed when He speaks.

Bear this on your mind:

God’s substance is almighty and practical; each reinforces the other.

All He does expresses His disposition and what He is.

His being contains His omnipotence, His righteousness and His majesty.

III

Let’s recall what happened in the Age of Law.

When God told Jonah to go to Nineveh,

His being practical was thus shown.

When Jonah refused, he was eaten by a big fish.

There he lived for three days, but he survived and did not die.

What God did to him shows God’s almightiness.

God always shows in His work His substance and all that He is.

IV

There are two sides of His essence: His almightiness and His practicalness.

They can be seen in every step of His work, and in everything that He does.

This is one way of knowing God.

Bear this on your mind:

God’s substance is almighty and practical; each reinforces the other.

All He does expresses His disposition and what He is.

His being contains His omnipotence, His righteousness and His majesty.

His being contains His omnipotence, His righteousness and His majesty.

His righteousness and His majesty. His righteousness and His majesty.

from “How to Know God’s Almightiness and Practicalness” in Records of Christ’s Talks

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