68 Almighty God, the Most Lovely One

1 Almighty God, the practical God, the most lovely One! You have come from heaven to earth, incarnated in flesh. You live together with man, and no one has ever known You. Humble and hidden, You utter Your words, bringing the way of eternal life. You suffer hardship and humiliation, all for man’s salvation. You pour out Your life to man, and we see how lovely You are. Almighty God, the most lovely One! On earth, You are the most lovely One, we’ll love You forever.

2 Almighty God, the practical God, the most lovely One! Your heart and Your love transcend the world. You judge and chastise man, test and refine them in all sorts of ways. Your work and utterances are all to purify and save man. You bestow the whole truth on us and pour out all Your love. Your judgment and Your love have completely conquered our hearts. Almighty God, the most lovely One! On earth, You are the most lovely One, we’ll love You forever.

3 Almighty God, the practical God, the most lovely One! Through Your judgment, our corruption is cleansed. We appreciate Your wisdom and almightiness, and we know Your righteousness and holiness. We experience Your love and it is most true and real. You pay such a painstaking price to save us. You are lovely in so many ways, how could we not hate to part from You? Almighty God, the most lovely One! On earth, You are the most lovely One, we’ll love You forever.

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