850 God’s Realness and Loveliness

Verse 1

God made coats of skins, clothes for Adam and Eve.

In this image God appears as a parent of theirs.

Having created these two, He took care of them,

made them companions, met their basic needs.

Pre-chorus

In this man sees God’s humbleness, His affection and concern.

Man sees God’s responsibility, yes, all he sees is God’s care.

Chorus

This may be a simple thing, not worthy of a mention.

But for those who follow God with vague ideas,

this allows them treasured insight into how real God is.

They see how lovely, they see how faithful,

how humble God is, He is.

Verse 2

While God does this, men don’t see how lofty God is,

or see His supremacy, or His mystery.

No, man does not get to see especially

His wrath or majesty, no, man does not see.

Pre-chorus

In this man sees God’s humbleness, His affection and concern.

Man sees God’s responsibility, yes, all he sees is God’s care.

Chorus

This may be a simple thing, not worthy of a mention.

But for those who follow God with vague ideas,

this allows them treasured insight into how real God is.

They see how lovely, they see how faithful, how humble God is.

Bridge

God treated Adam and Eve

like a human parent to their child.

He loved, watched over, cared for them

as a human parent would do.

His love was real, visible, tangible.

Not sitting high and mighty,

or holding Himself aloft from man,

He Himself made clothes of skins for them.

Chorus

This may be a simple thing, not worthy of a mention.

But for those who follow God with vague ideas,

this allows them treasured insight into how real God is.

They see how lovely, they see how faithful,

how humble God is, He is.

Adapted from “God’s Work, God’s Disposition, and God Himself I” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

Previous: 849 God’s Promises to Those Who Have Been Perfected

Next: 851 How Important God’s Love for Man Is

The end of all things is approaching. Do you want to know how the returned Lord rewards good and punishes evil and determines man’s outcome? Do not hesitate to join our online sermon to get the answer.

Related Content

358 How Could God Not Be Sad?

Verse 1God has tasted sweet, sour, bitter, pungent,every taste of the human experience.He comes in the wind, He goes in the rain.He’s...

998 God’s Message

Verse 1The past is long gone, you must not cling on to it.You stood your ground yesterday.Now give God your loyalty.Pre-chorusThis is what...

Settings

  • Text
  • Themes

Solid Colors

Themes

Fonts

Font Size

Line Spacing

Line Spacing

Page Width

Contents

Search

  • Search This Text
  • Search This Book