187 The Incarnate God Is Very Important to Mankind

Intro

Incarnate God can do work man can’t do,

’cause His inward substance is unlike man’s.

The reason He can save man is because

His identity is different from man’s.

Verse 1

The incarnate God’s similar to man

but more important than any person.

For He can do the work that God’s Spirit can’t,

can more so bear witness for God and gain man.

So though He is a normal, ordinary flesh,

His contribution and meaning to man

make Him very precious to all mankind.

And His real value and worth are immense.

Chorus

This flesh is so important to mankind,

because He is both man and more so God,

He can do the work no man of flesh can,

save corrupt man who lives with Him here on earth.

Verse 2

This flesh can’t directly destroy Satan,

but His work can conquer man and beat Satan,

and make Satan fully submit to Him.

Through this flesh God beats Satan and saves man.

Not directly does He destroy Satan,

but becomes flesh to conquer corrupt man.

Thus He can better bear witness for Himself,

and is better able to save corrupt man.

Chorus

This flesh is so important to mankind,

because He is both man and more so God,

He can do the work no man of flesh can,

save corrupt man who lives with Him here on earth.

Bridge

God incarnate’s defeat of Satan

is more persuasive, testifies better

than the direct destruction of Satan

that the Spirit of God could deliver.

God in the flesh is better able

to help man truly know the Creator,

and can bear better witness to God Himself,

better testimony among creatures.

Chorus

This flesh is so important to mankind,

because He is both man and more so God,

He can do the work no man of flesh can,

save corrupt man who lives with Him here on earth.

Adapted from “Corrupt Mankind Is More in Need of the Salvation of the Incarnate God” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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