880 God Loves Man With Wounds

Verse 1

God in flesh is judged, condemned, sneered at.

By the devils He is pursued.

He is spurned by the religious world.

No one can make up for His hurt.

Verse 2

Mankind’s ferocious resistance,

his slanders, hunting and false blames

cause God’s flesh to face great dangers.

Who can understand and ease His pain?

Pre-chorus 1

God saves corrupt man through patience,

He loves people with a bruised heart.

This is the most painful,

most painful work of all.

Chorus

Since the start of God’s work in flesh,

what has been revealed is all love.

He gives His everything to man,

the substance of His work is love.

Since the start of God’s work in flesh,

what has been revealed is all love.

He gives His everything to man,

the substance of His work is love.

Verse 3

For thirty-three and a half years,

Jesus lived on earth and wasn’t free from pain

till He was crucified, risen,

and appeared to man for forty days.

Pre-chorus 2

Hard years of living with man ceased,

but God’s heart still suffered the same,

worried where man will end up.

None could know and bear this pain.

Chorus

Since the start of God’s work in flesh,

what has been revealed is all love.

He gives His everything to man,

the substance of His work is love.

Since the start of God’s work in flesh,

what has been revealed is all love.

He gives His everything to man,

the substance of His work is love.

Adapted from “God’s True Love for Mankind” in The Discourses of Christ of the Last Days

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