617 God’s Reminder to Man

Intro

God lifts the needy, lifts the needy from dust;

the humble are made so high.


Verse 1

God will use His wisdom in all its forms

to govern the universal church

and the people and the nations.

Those who did not obey before

must now show their obedience.

All will be within Him all in submission.

God has a reminder for man, God has a reminder.


Verse 2

You must love and submit and be interwoven in life.

Draw on strengths of each other,

serve in harmony and tolerate.

Then Satan’s plots will not succeed,

the church will be well-built.

And God’s plan will be fulfilled in this way.

God has a reminder for man, God has a reminder.


Bridge

Though functions vary, there is one body.

Each must do his best in his place, doing his duty.

Each should be a spark, emitting his own light,

seek maturity in life, and God will be satisfied.


Verse 3

Do not allow misunderstanding

and become decadent in spirit

because someone is a certain way

or does a certain thing.

In God’s eyes it’s inappropriate,

in God’s eyes it is worthless.

Is the One you believe in not God?

It isn’t any human being.

God has a reminder for man, God has a reminder for man.

God has a reminder for man, God has a reminder.


Adapted from “Chapter 21” of Utterances of Christ in the Beginning in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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