536 Those Who Don’t Pursue the Truth Can’t Follow Till the End

Verse 1

The work that God performs in people

is mainly so they may gain the truth.

He requires you to pursue life,

for the sake of perfecting you

to make you suitable for His use.

Verse 2

Now all you are pursuing is

hearing mysteries and God’s words,

seeing what’s new and what’s current.

You just seek to feast your eyes

and to sate your curiosity.

Pre-chorus 1

And if this remains your intention,

you will never meet God’s requirements.

Refrain

Those who do not pursue the truth

cannot follow until the very end.

Verse 3

It is not that God does nothing—

it’s that man fails to cooperate.

That’s because they are tired of His work.

Man only wants words of God’s blessing,

and not of chastisement or judgment.

Pre-chorus 2

It is because their desire to be blessed

has not been fulfilled,

and they are negative and weak.

Refrain

Those who do not pursue the truth

cannot follow until the very end.

Verse 4

God allows people to follow Him.

He does not purposely rain on them blows.

They are weak and negative,

for their intentions are improper.

God does not purposely make things this way.

Bridge

God is the God who gives man life,

and He cannot bring man into death.

People’s own negativity,

people’s weakness and retreat,

all of it is caused by themselves.

Refrain

Those who do not pursue the truth

cannot follow until the very end.

Those who do not pursue the truth

cannot follow until the very end.

Adapted from “You Should Maintain Your Devotion to God” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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