What Are All Man's Intentions For

People show their kindness and are selfish in taking unbelieving kids,relatives to church.They stress just love,regardless if they believe,or whether this act is in God's will.Some people bring wives or parents before God.Regardless if the Holy Spirit agrees,or the Holy Spirit carries out His work,they blindly "adopt talented people" for God.What kinds of intentions do people really harbor? Isn't it to satisfy one's own plans,selfish desires? Is it really for God's management plan and work? Is it to fulfill a creature's duty? Man's fervor,intentions come from Satan,and they can't complete the Holy Spirit's work.No matter what type of person one may be,one must have the work of the Holy Spirit.Can a person complete a person? Why does a husband love his wife and viceversa? Why are children dutiful to their parents? And why do parents dote on their children? What kinds of intentions do people really harbor? Isn't it to satisfy one's own plans,selfish desires? Is it really for God's management plan and work? Is it to fulfill a creature's duty? What's good of your kindness to unbelievers? Even if they struggle to follow God,they can't be saved as one believes they can.Those who receive salvation aren't easy to obtain.What kinds of intentions do people really harbor? Isn't it to satisfy one's own plans,selfish desires? Is it really for God's management plan and work? Is it to fulfill a creature's duty? from "God and Man Will Enter Into Rest Together" in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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