329 God Wants Man’s True Heart

Verse 1

People today don’t treasure God;

He has no place inside their hearts.

In the days to come, days of suffering,

could they show true love, show true love for Him?


Chorus

Are God’s deeds not worth man’s heart?

Why does man not give Him his heart?

Why does man hug his heart, not willing to release?

Can the heart of man ensure joy and peace?


Verse 2

Man’s righteousness is without form.

It can’t be touched or be seen.

In human bodies, the most precious part

is a thing God wants, that’s man’s precious heart.


Chorus

Are God’s deeds not worth man’s heart?

Why does man not give Him his heart?

Why does man hug his heart, not willing to release?

Can the heart of man ensure joy and peace?


Bridge

Why when God asks things of man,

handfuls of dust they fling at Him?

Is this man’s clever scheme?


Chorus

Are God’s deeds not worth man’s heart?

Why does man not give Him his heart?

Why does man hug his heart, not willing to release?

Can the heart of man ensure joy and peace?

Can the heart of man ensure joy and peace?


Adapted from “Chapter 36” of God’s Words to the Entire Universe in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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