417 God Gives Man What They Need Through Their Cries

Verse 1

After God created man, spirits He bestowed on them,

and said if they don’t cry unto Him,

apart from His Spirit they shall be,

and the “heavenly broadcast” shall not be received on earth.

Chorus

Through mankind’s cries, God gives them what they need.

At first in them He doesn’t “reside,”

but gives them aid because of their cries.

From their inner strength they gain hardiness,

and Satan dare not come here to play at its will.

Verse 2

When God is not in man’s spirit, an empty seat is left open.

Satan takes the chance to enter.

But when they contact God with their hearts,

Satan starts to panic and rushes to escape.

Chorus

Through mankind’s cries, God gives them what they need.

At first in them He doesn’t “reside,”

but gives them aid because of their cries.

From their inner strength they gain hardiness,

and Satan dare not come here to play at its will.

Bridge

If man stays linked with God’s Spirit, Satan dare not interfere.

Without Satan’s disruption, people can live normal lives,

and God can work within them without any obstructions.

In this way, what God wants to do

can all be achieved through mankind.

Chorus

Through mankind’s cries, God gives them what they need.

At first in them He doesn’t “reside,”

but gives them aid because of their cries.

From their inner strength they gain hardiness,

and Satan dare not come here to play at its will, at its will.

Adapted from “Chapter 17” of Interpretations of the Mysteries of God’s Words to the Entire Universe in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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