462 God Eagerly Wants Those Who Can Carry Out His Will

Verse 1

As God’s work moved onward

and progressed ceaselessly through time,

after the rainbow covenant was established with man,

a sign that He would never again flood the world,

God wished even more for those who

could be of one mind with Him.

Chorus

God longs to gain those who understand His will,

know His disposition and worship Him.

Such a group of people, they are His confidants.

Such a group of people can bear testimony

to Him, to Him, to Him.

Verse 2

God was more eager for

those who could do His will on earth,

and those who were able to not be bound by Satan,

who could break away from the forces of darkness

and bear testimony to Him,

those who were able.

Chorus

God longs to gain those who understand His will,

know His disposition and worship Him.

Such a group of people, they are His confidants.

Such a group of people can bear testimony

to Him, to Him, to Him.

Bridge

God’s wished for such people, He’s waited so long.

Regardless of His flood and His covenant with man,

since creation, God’s hopes have remained same,

and so has His will, His mind, and His plan.

Chorus

God longs to gain those who understand His will,

know His disposition and worship Him.

Such a group of people, they are His confidants.

Such a group of people can bear testimony

to Him, to Him, to Him, to Him.

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

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