860 God’s Love for Mankind Is True and Real

Chorus

God’s love for mankind is mainly shown

in His work done in the flesh, done in the flesh,

in living and speaking face-to-face,

and personally saving them,

with no distance nor pretense,

while being true and real.


Verse 1

God saves people to the extent

He was able to become flesh

and endure years of pain

with humans in the world,

all because of His love and mercy for mankind.


Chorus

God’s love for mankind is mainly shown

in His work done in the flesh, done in the flesh,

in living and speaking face-to-face,

and personally saving them,

with no distance nor pretense,

while being true and real.


Verse 2

God’s love for man

has no conditions and no demands.

What does He get from them in return?

People are cold to Him.

Who is able to treat Him as God Himself?


Bridge

People give God no comfort at all;

God has still not received

true love from mankind.

He just keeps selflessly giving and providing.


Chorus

God’s love for mankind is mainly shown

in His work done in the flesh, done in the flesh,

in living and speaking face-to-face,

and personally saving them,

with no distance nor pretense,

while being true and real.


Adapted from “Do You Know God’s Love for Mankind?” in Records of Talks of Christ of the Last Days

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