Of Man

Of Man

Of Man

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All which is of man to be taken away from the Children of God there would be very little of anything left which would be of God.

What we see today is almost exclusively the works of man.

Even in many beautiful works which people consider to be Spiritual Works, how much is really done by God Himself?

How pitiful that many works done for the Lord, in the Name of God, for the Kingdom of God are but the activities of man’s corrupted flesh.

These are done without Seeking God’s Will, without Receiving God’s Order, and without Depending on God’s Power.

Everything is there except God.

Thoughts, plans and efforts take the place of God.

Unless God’s Children Repent and Return they shall one day discover how useless was their work, for they are destroying themselves as well as the Work of God.