278 God’s Love Be Extolled Forevermore

Verse 1

What do You ask for as You bear great humiliation?

Who do You labor and worry for?

Hurrying here and there to carry out God’s will,

You think only of this work.

In the tiger’s den, You express truth to save man,

quietly endure rejection and slander.


Refrain

Yes, Your love be extolled, forevermore, forevermore.

Yes, Your love be extolled, forevermore, forevermore.


Verse 2

Humbly, hiddenly, speaking and working,

You never show Yourself off.

An example to the people, You suffer alongside,

tasting pain among man with no complaint or regret.

You give the way of eternal life to mankind.

Your words and work reveal love.


Refrain

Yes, Your love be extolled, forevermore, forevermore.

Yes, Your love be extolled, forevermore, forevermore.


Verse 3

To purify and save man, You’ve paid every price.

You are concerned about man’s life.

Your efforts are all painstaking, and You give all,

blood, sweat and tears.

You’ve suffered humiliation, abandoned by the age,

You’ve endured the utmost hardship to save man.


Refrain

Yes, Your love be extolled, forevermore, forevermore.

Yes, Your love be extolled, forevermore, forevermore.


Verse 4

Man is arrogant and rebellious, he hurts You often.

Patiently, You do Your utmost to save him.

No place to rest Your head, still You care for man.

Your words water and nourish people,

exhorting them again and again,

only for man to gain life and have a good destination.


Refrain

Yes, Your love be extolled, forevermore, forevermore.

Yes, Your love be extolled, forevermore, forevermore.

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