712 Everyone Has the Chance to Be Perfected

Chorus

Every person has the chance

to be made perfect.

If you are willing, if you will pursue,

in the end you’ll be able to achieve the effects,

not one of you forsaken.


Verse 1

If you’re of poor caliber,

God’s requirements of you

will be in accordance with that.

But if you’re of high caliber,

His requirements will be

in accordance with this.


Verse 2

If you’re ignorant or well-read,

if you’re old or can host others,

what God requires

will match your true conditions.

God’s perfection of you

will be in accordance

with the function you perform.


Chorus

Every person has the chance

to be made perfect.

If you are willing, if you will pursue,

in the end you’ll be able to achieve the effects,

not one of you forsaken.


Verse 3

Being loyal and obeying to the very end,

pursuing the supreme love for God,

these are the best practices,

what you must accomplish.

Man’s required to achieve these,

then they will be made perfect.


Verse 4

But above all, press on, sincerely pursuing.

God says every person

has the chance to be made perfect.

Each can reach perfection,

but without improvement

or meeting these three standards,

in the end you’ll be abandoned.


Chorus

Every person has the chance

to be made perfect.

If you are willing, if you will pursue,

in the end you’ll be able to achieve the effects,

not one of you forsaken.


Adapted from “Restoring the Proper Life of Man and Taking Him to a Wonderful Destination” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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