442 God’s Only Wish on Earth

Intro

It is on invitation

that God comes in the flesh this time,

in light of man’s condition,

to supply man with what is needed.


Verse 1

He’s coming to cause each man,

whatever caliber or breeding,

to see the word of God and

to see in it God’s existence

and God’s manifestation,

to accept God’s perfection by words.


Chorus

God hopes man will change

their thoughts and conceptions,

so the true countenance of God

will be firmly set in the depths of man’s heart.

This is God’s only wish on earth.


Verse 2

Great might be man’s nature,

and poor man’s essence might be,

God pays no regard to it,

no matter what their past deeds were.

He hopes that man can renew

the image of God in their hearts.


Chorus

God hopes man will change

their thoughts and conceptions,

so the true countenance of God

will be firmly set in the depths of man’s heart.

This is God’s only wish on earth.


Verse 3

He hopes that man will come

to know the essence of mankind,

and they will change their outlook.

He hopes they will deeply long for Him,

and have an eternal attachment to Him.

This is all that God asks of man.


Chorus

God hopes man will change

their thoughts and conceptions,

so the true countenance of God

will be firmly set in the depths of man’s heart.

This is God’s only wish on earth.


Adapted from “Work and Entry (7)” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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