1. God’s mercy and tolerance indeed exist, but at the same time God’s holiness and righteousness in His casting out anger make men see His unoffendable aspect, make men see His unoffendable aspect, unoffendable aspect. When man can fully listen to God’s command and do as God requires, God bestows His mercy abundantly on man, God bestows His mercy abundantly on man. When man is full of, full of corruption and is full of hatred and hostility toward God, God will cast out His anger fiercely. To what extent will God cast out His anger? To the extent that man’s resistance and evil deeds will never again be seen by God or exist before God’s eyes. To what extent will God cast out His anger? To the extent that man’s resistance and evil deeds will never again be seen by God or exist before God’s eyes. Only then will God’s anger be gone.
2. No matter who a man is, if his heart has been away from God and has departed from God, being irretrievable, no matter how his body or his mind desires to worship God, follow God, and obey God outwardly and subjectively, once his heart has departed from God, God will constantly cast out His anger. Worse still, when God casts out His anger fiercely, when God has given man enough opportunities, God’s anger will not be withdrawn, and He will never, will never again give mercy and tolerance to such a man. This is the unoffendable aspect of God’s disposition. To the kind, beautiful, and good things He is tolerant and merciful; to the evil, sinful, and vicious things He will cast out His anger fiercely, even constantly, even constantly. These are the two principal and most prominent aspects of God’s disposition that He has been expressing from beginning to end: bestowing His mercy abundantly and casting out His anger fiercely.
from “God’s Work, God’s Disposition, and God Himself (2)” in A Continuation of The Word Appears in the Flesh