173 Practical God, My Heart Belongs to You

I

Whose word is sweetest? Nourishing my heart and spirit.

Whose love is most beautiful? Capturing my heart.

Whose work is most wonderful? Cleansing man’s corruption.

Who has given me a great salvation? Bringing me before the throne.

O Practical God, my beloved, You live in my heart;

O Practical God, my beloved, my heart belongs to You.

Who has given me a true human life? That I see the light again.

Who is my loveliest one? For me to miss often.

O Practical God, my beloved, You live in my heart;

O Practical God, my beloved, my heart belongs to You.

II

You sigh deeply in the clouds, that man has been corrupted too deeply.

You sit quietly in heaven watching the movement of the world.

You walk among men and associate with them, tasting the sufferings of the world.

You spend Your painstaking care and expend Your all to perfect those who love You.

O Practical God, my beloved, You live in my heart;

O Practical God, my beloved, my heart belongs to You.

You have been managing mankind for six thousand years, and have never stopped working.

Today You are incarnated again, for gaining man.

O Practical God, my beloved, You live in my heart;

O Practical God, my beloved, my heart belongs to You.

III

What suffering is the worthiest for one to undergo? That his disposition can be transformed.

What price is meaningful for one to pay? That he can be approved by God.

What kind of love one has is the truest? That he can be saved.

What should one believe in God for? Knowing God is a blessing.

O Practical God, my beloved, You live in my heart;

O Practical God, my beloved, my heart belongs to You.

What You expect in man, is the transformation of his disposition.

I will exert all my strength to satisfy You, and comfort Your heart.

O Practical God, my beloved, You live in my heart;

O Practical God, my beloved, my heart belongs to You.

O Practical God, my beloved, You live in my heart;

O Practical God, my beloved, my heart belongs to You.

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