700 Changes in Disposition Are Mainly Changes in Nature

Verse 1

Transformation in disposition

is a transformation of nature.

Nature can’t be seen in one’s behavior.

It involves the meaning and worth of life,

it involves the values of human life,

things deep in the soul, the essence of man.


Chorus

No matter how people or things change

or the world may turn upside down,

if you’re guided by truth inside,

and the truth inside you takes root,

if God’s words guide your life and likes,

and they guide your experience,

then you will have truly transformed,

then you will have truly transformed.


Verse 2

If people experience God’s work

and fully enter into the truth,

if they change their values, outlooks on life,

and view things the same way as God,

if they can submit and devote to God,

then their dispositions will be changed.


Bridge

If people could not accept the truth,

then in these aspects they can’t transform.


Chorus

No matter how people or things change

or the world may turn upside down,

if you’re guided by truth inside,

and the truth inside you takes root,

if God’s words guide your life and likes,

and they guide your experience,

then you will have truly transformed,

then you will have truly transformed.


Adapted from “What Should Be Known About Transforming One’s Disposition” in Records of Christ’s Talks

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