116 Know That God’s Chastisement and Judgment Are Love

Verse 1

Judgment and chastisement

are meant to punish man’s sins.

None of this work is to condemn

or extinguish man’s flesh.


Verse 2

The harsh disclosures of the word

are for you to find the right path.

You’ve personally felt God’s work.

It doesn’t lead you on evil paths.


Chorus

Whoa, know the meaning of conquest work.

You should see it clearly now, see it clearly now.

Know the meaning of judgment

and no longer hold many views.

Whoa, know the meaning of conquest work.


Verse 3

God’s work makes you live normally.

It’s something you can achieve.

No heavy burdens are placed.

The work is based on your needs.


Chorus

Whoa, know the meaning of conquest work.

You should see it clearly now, see it clearly now.

Know the meaning of judgment

and no longer hold many views.

Whoa, know the meaning of conquest work.


Bridge

If you can’t understand this work,

then forward you won’t commence.

Be comforted in salvation.

You must come into your senses.


Verse 4

Although you can’t see clearly now,

feels like God is hard on you,

that He judges you ’cause He hates you,

it’s God’s love, a guard on you.


Chorus

Whoa, know the meaning of conquest work.

You should see it clearly now, see it clearly now.

Know the meaning of judgment

and no longer hold many views.

Whoa, know the meaning of conquest work.

Know the meaning of conquest work,

the deeper meaning of conquest work.

Know the meaning of conquest work,

the deeper meaning of conquest work.


Adapted from “The Inside Truth of the Work of Conquest (4)” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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