139 The Difference Between God’s Work and Man’s Work

Verse 1

The work God does Himself involves all mankind’s work

and represents the work of the entire era.

This means that God’s own work represents every dynamic

and every trend of work of the Holy Spirit.

Verse 2

The apostles’ work comes after God’s own work

and follows after it, and does not lead the era,

nor does it represent any of the trends

of the Spirit’s work in the entire era.

Pre-chorus

They only do the work man ought to do.

This is not at all part of God’s management.

Chorus

The work God does Himself

is a project of the management work.

The work that humans do

is just the duty of those who are used,

and is not a part of the management work.

Verse 3

Despite the fact both are the Holy Spirit’s work,

due to differences in identities and what each represents,

the work of God Himself and the work of man

are simply worlds apart.

Bridge

The extent of the Holy Spirit’s work

varies on objects with different identities.

These are the scope and the principles

of the work of the Holy Spirit.

Chorus

The work God does Himself

is a project of the management work.

The work that humans do

is just the duty of those who are used,

and is not a part of the management work.

Adapted from “God’s Work and Man’s Work” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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