216 Blessed Are Those Who Accept God’s New Work

Verse 1

All who obey the words now spoken

by the Holy Spirit are so blessed.

It doesn’t matter how they used to be,

or how the Holy Spirit worked in them.

Those who’ve gained His most recent work are most blessed,

those who are unable to are eliminated.

Chorus

Now this group of people,

who’ve accepted God’s newest work,

have been predestined before the ages

and are the most blessed of all.

You hear God’s voice directly,

you behold His appearance.

So in heaven, earth, and through the ages,

none have been more blessed than you.

Verse 2

Be a pure virgin, who can receive new things

and can seek the Holy Spirit’s work,

is able to cast aside old notions

and obey the work of God today.

God wants those who can accept the new light,

those who receive and know His latest work.

Chorus

Now this group of people,

who’ve accepted God’s newest work,

have been predestined before the ages

and are the most blessed of all.

You hear God’s voice directly,

you behold His appearance.

So in heaven, earth, and through the ages,

none have been more blessed than you.

Adapted from “Know God’s Newest Work and Follow His Footsteps” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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