295 God Suffers Greatly to Save Man

Verse 1

A long time ago, God came to the human world,

endured the same sufferings as man.

He has lived with man for many years,

none has discovered His existence.

He’s silently endured the misery of the world,

carrying out the work He’s brought with Him.


Chorus

For the will of God the Father and the needs of mankind,

He has suffered pain never seen by man,

serving them quietly, humble before them,

for the Father’s will and the needs of man.


Verse 2

Because God’s work requires Him to act and speak directly,

because there is no way for man to help,

God has endured great pain on earth to do the work.

Man cannot stand in for Him.


Chorus

For the will of God the Father and the needs of mankind,

He has suffered pain never seen by man,

serving them quietly, humble before them,

for the Father’s will and the needs of man.


Bridge

God has risked dangers much greater than those

in the Age of Grace to come to where the red dragon dwells,

to do His own work, put all His thought and care

in redeeming poor mankind, those in the muck and mire.


Chorus

For the will of God the Father and the needs of mankind,

He has suffered pain never seen by man,

serving them quietly, humble before them,

for the Father’s will and the needs of man.

For the will of God the Father and the needs of mankind,

He has suffered pain never seen by man,

serving them quietly, humble before them,

for the Father’s will and the needs of man,

for the needs of man.


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

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