While doing her duty in the church, the main character realizes that the team leader, Sister Chen, doesn't take responsibility for the church's work. This hinders their work of spreading. The main character wants to report this to the church leader, but she's afraid that might offend Sister Chen, who could then make things difficult for her, and worried that the other brothers and sisters may mistake her as being arrogant and conceited and obsessed with Sister Chen's problems. She drags her feet, not daring to make a report just to protect her own interests, but this leaves her conflicted and in pain, and it holds up the church's work. She gains some understanding of her selfish, despicable nature through experiencing the judgment and chastisement of Almighty God's words, and gains discernment over such satanic philosophies for living as "Every man for himself and the devil take the hindmost." Is she ultimately able to uphold the principles of the truth and report this sister? What does she learn from this experience?