377 God Incarnate in the Last Days Ends God’s Management

Verse 1

God works in the flesh and speaks in the flesh,

to better engage with and conquer man.

When God first became flesh,

He redeemed and forgave man’s sins.

Now it’s the work of conquering and gaining mankind.


Chorus

The last time God becomes flesh,

He’ll finish the work of the last days

and classify all men according to their kind.

He’ll end His management, all His work in the flesh.

After His work on earth ends, He’ll be victorious.


Verse 2

When God in flesh has fully conquered and gained man,

won’t this mean His management will have ended?

When God ends His work in flesh and reigns victorious,

Satan is defeated with no chance to corrupt man.

This is the work, the work of the flesh done by God Himself!


Chorus

The last time God becomes flesh,

He’ll finish the work of the last days

and classify all men according to their kind.

He’ll end His management, all His work in the flesh.

After His work on earth ends, He’ll be victorious.

The last time God becomes flesh,

He’ll finish the work of the last days

and classify all men according to their kind.

He’ll end His management, all His work in the flesh.

After His work on earth ends,

He’ll be victorious, victorious, victorious.


Adapted from “Corrupt Mankind Needs Salvation by the Incarnate God Most of All” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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