183 The Newly-Waked Me in a Haze

I see that God’s word appearing in the flesh has renewed heaven and earth,

and ended mankind’s life of suffering, the sleepless days of six thousand years.

The incarnated practical God brings the light of human life;

God comes to make man and it’s rare to meet in thousands of years; I’m really the most fortunate one.

The word discloses, judges, chastises, and reveals men’s corrupt ugly self;

no one knows that what men had, corrupted by Satan, has disappeared without a trace.

No wonder all are shouting, what is humanity?

Feeling too ashamed to find a place to hide, letting God judge and chastise as He wishes.

Men’s heart has become wicked to the uttermost and it’s unbearable to behold anymore;

they corrupt themselves at will and have no self-respect at all!

Where can be found a bit of the sense and conscience that man should have?

In a haze the newly-waked me feels too ashamed to see God’s face.

Feeling uneasy, frightened, and sorrowful, I prostrate myself before God.

After believing in God for years, I sigh deeply realizing that it’s not easy to be a man.

God’s practical work has made a banquet for men;

it is due to God’s grace that I am transformed today.

Men’s experience of life does not come easily; God has supplied men too much.

The contact with God makes me suddenly see the light and know how to be a man.

Men’s heart is really crooked and crafty and they are unworthy to work with God.

Knowing God’s lovely aspects stirs up the love for God in my heart even more.

Knowing God’s lovely aspects stirs up the love for God in my heart even more.

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