The Lord Jesus performed a lot of miracles during His work, yet He always told people not to tell others. What’s God’s will in it?
When reading the words of Almighty God, I sometimes feel they are the words of God and sometimes feel they seem to be the words of man.
The answer from :
“God does not abide by rules, and is able to speak from many different perspectives to make plain His wisdom and omnipotence. It matters not whether He speaks from the perspective of the Spirit, or of man, or of the third person—God is always God, and you cannot say that He is not God because of the perspective of man from which He speaks. Among some people there have emerged conceptions as a result of the different perspectives from which God speaks. Such people have no knowledge of God, and no knowledge of His work. If God always spoke from one perspective, would man not lay down rules about God? Could God allow man to act in such a way? Regardless of which perspective God speaks from, God has His aims for each. If God were always to speak from the perspective of the Spirit, would you be able to engage with Him? Thus, He speaks in the third person to provide His words to you and guide you into reality. Everything that God does is fitting. In short, it is all done by God, and you should not be doubtful about this. Provided that He is God, then no matter what perspective He speaks from, He is still God. This is an immutable truth. However He works, He is still God, and His substance will not change!”
from “All Is Achieved by the Word of God” in The Word Appears in the Flesh
“God speaks in many ways and from many different perspectives. For example, sometimes He uses irony, sometimes He directly supplies and teaches, sometimes He illustrates, sometimes He severely rebukes. In a word, He speaks in various ways, with the purpose of suiting man’s various states and tastes. The perspectives from which He speaks also vary according to the different ways or contents of His speaking. For example, sometimes He speaks to man directly with ‘I,’ that is, from the perspective of God Himself; sometimes He speaks from the perspective of the third person, such as what ‘God’ is like; sometimes He speaks from the perspective of man. No matter from which perspective God speaks, His substance cannot be changed. For no matter from which perspective He speaks and utters His voice, all that He expresses is the substance of God Himself, is the truth, and is what mankind needs.”
from A Brief Introduction to Part Three of The Word Appears in the Flesh
“Some people only acknowledge that what I fellowship is what I have experienced, but they do not recognize that it is the direct expression of the Spirit. Of course, what I say is what I have experienced. It is I who have done the management work over six thousand years. I have experienced everything from the beginning of the creation of mankind until now; how would I not be able to talk about it? When it comes to man’s nature, I have seen it clearly, and I have long since observed it; how would I not be able to talk about it clearly? Since I have seen the essence of man clearly, I am qualified to chastise man and judge him, because all of man came from Me but has been corrupted by Satan. Of course, I am also qualified to assess the work that I have done. Although this work is not done by My flesh, it is the direct expression of the Spirit, and this is what I have and what I am. Therefore, I am qualified to express it and to do the work that I ought to do. … The words spoken by God’s incarnate flesh are the direct expression of the Spirit and express the work that has been done by the Spirit. The flesh has not experienced or seen it, but still expresses His being because the substance of the flesh is the Spirit, and He expresses the work of the Spirit.”
from “God’s Work and Man’s Work” in The Word Appears in the Flesh