792 If You Truly Wish to Know God

Verse 1

If you truly wish to know God,

look beyond the three stages of His work,

look beyond the stories of His past work.

If you don’t try to know Him this way,

you’ll limit and confine Him,

and see Him as small.

Verse 2

You would never know God’s wonder,

His supremacy and almightiness,

and the scope of His authority.

You could not fully accept the truth

that God rules all things,

or know God’s true identity.

Chorus

If you know God within a limited scope,

then what you receive is limited.

Expand your horizons, seek full understanding

of the scope of God’s work,

His management, His rule,

and all things He governs.

Through these things you should

understand God’s actions,

if you truly wish to know God.

Verse 3

With this understanding,

before you know it, you will feel

that God rules, cares, and provides

for all things among them,

and you will feel you’re a member,

a part of all things.

Bridge

As God provides for all things,

you accept God’s rule and provision.

This is a fact no one can deny.

Chorus

If you know God within a limited scope,

then what you receive is limited.

Expand your horizons, seek full understanding

of the scope of God’s work,

His management, His rule,

and all things He governs.

Through these things you should

understand God’s actions,

if you truly wish to know God.

Adapted from “God Himself, the Unique VIII” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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