468 The Holy Spirit’s Work Is Normal and Practical

Verse 1

All of the Holy Spirit’s work is normal and real.

When you read God’s words and pray,

you are steadfast inside.

The external world cannot interfere with you,

and inside you are bright.


Verse 2

Inside you are willing to truly love God;

you detest the evil world,

with good things you love to engage.

This is within-God living, which is not the unreal talk

of enjoying so much, as people say.


Refrain

Today, everything should begin from reality.

Oh, yes, everything God does is real.

Today, everything should begin from reality.

Oh, yes, everything God does is real.


Verse 3

You should pay attention, in all you experience,

to really knowing God, seeking the ways He works,

how the Holy Spirit enlightens and touches people.

Search for the footprints of God’s work.


Verse 4

If you drink and eat God’s words and pray,

and in a way that is more real, cooperate,

if you’re like Peter, reject all the bad ways,

and from the good of all ages you assimilate,


Bridge

if you do all you can to cooperate with God’s work,

if you listen and observe with your ears and eyes,

and pray and ponder in your heart,

then God will surely guide you,

God will surely guide you.


Refrain

Today, everything should begin from reality.

Oh, yes, everything God does is real.

Today, everything should begin from reality.

Oh, yes, everything God does is real.


Adapted from “How to Know Reality” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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