The Works of God Cannot be Completed in a Flash Like When Doing Minuscule Tasks

I told you that I would complete the second level of the Northern Mural by yesterday, and indeed, I finished it. We had to work until 11 pm.

When God works on something, He works in a very different way than humans. When He orders a task to be done, He actually already has a design in mind and has already made plans to finish the task well in advance. On the other hand, people plan and work things out in an instant, acting like mad men that do things spontaneously. If God tries to do things in that way, He would not be able to manage the Earth or the universe.

For small tasks, you can do them on the spot with a spontaneous plan, but when you work on a big project, if you try to do things spontaneously, it will not work out. You must prepare and plan a lot.

Even for my house, I have been designing it while consulting experts for years. They are senior designers. The design that we made two months ago and the design that we have now are completely different. We keep improving the previous designs with better ideas.

The same principle applies to developing the landscapes of the Natural Temple.

We knocked down what we had been working on and built it again. We knocked down the old parts and added newer parts. Others would not tear down a landscape that they’ve made once they have made it, but I have no qualms with tearing down parts here and there and reconstructing them.

I modify previous designs with newer ideas. That is why I can make the landscape more ideal. The new designs that I have been thinking about for a long time are being implemented as well.

The works of God cannot be completed in a flash like when doing minuscule tasks.

~Excerpt from a sermon by Pastor Jung Myung Seok


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