115 God’s Management Forges Ever Onward

Verse 1

After the work of Jehovah,

Jesus became flesh to work among man.

His work wasn’t in isolation,

it was built upon Jehovah’s work.

It was work for a new age

after God ended the Age of Law.

And when the work of Jesus ended,

to the next age God went on.


Chorus

God’s management always progresses forth.

When the old age passes, a new age will come forth.

When the old work is done, God’s new work will be born.

When the old age passes, a new age will come forth.


Verse 2

After Jesus’ finished work,

God’s incarnated a second time.

But this does not occur on its own,

it follows Age of Law, Age of Grace.

Each new stage of God’s work will bring

a new beginning and a new age.

His disposition and His name,

where and how He works will also change.


Chorus

God’s management always progresses forth.

When the old age passes, a new age will come forth.

When the old work is done, God’s new work will be born.

When the old age passes, a new age will come forth.

God’s management always progresses forth.

When the old age passes, a new age will come forth.

When the old work is done, God’s new work will be born.

When the old age passes, a new age will come forth.


Adapted from Preface to The Word Appears in the Flesh

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