129 God’s Work Does Not Repeat

Verse 1

God incarnate’s words in the last days

speak to man’s true nature,

the behavior of man and

what man should enter into today.

His words are real and normal,

only speaking of today,

what should be entered into,

put into practice and known.

If someone comes and casts out demons,

healing sick and performing miracles,

if this person claims they’re Jesus returned,

it’s a fake, an imitation by evil spirits.

Pre-chorus

Remember: God’s work does not repeat.

Jesus’ work is complete,

and God will never again

go through that stage of work.

Chorus

Only if God does new work in the last days,

part of His management plan,

can man gain a deeper knowledge of God.

And only then will His plan be complete.

Verse 2

If God now showed signs and wonders

in the same way Jesus did,

then God would be repeating His work,

and Jesus’ work would have no value.

So God carries out one stage

of work in every age.

Once complete, Satan will copy it.

Then God will change His method.

Pre-chorus

God’s work does not repeat.

Jesus’ work is complete,

and God will never again

go through that stage of work.

Chorus

Only if God does new work in the last days,

part of His management plan,

can man gain a deeper knowledge of God.

And only then will His plan be complete.

Adapted from “Knowing God’s Work Today” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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