83 The Inside Story of God’s Work in the Last Days

Verse 1

Today’s work is to transform those who are corrupt and numb,

to purify the people whom Satan did its work on.

It’s not to make Adam or Eve, and much less to make the light

or to create animals or plants of different kinds.

Verse 2

His work now is to make pure all that Satan’s made corrupt,

so that they may be regained and become the glory of God.

Such work is not as simple as man imagines it to be.

It’s not like cursing Satan to the bottomless pit.

Chorus

You should see the will of God, and you should see that God’s work

is not as simple as making all things in heaven and earth.

Rather, it’s to transform man, make good of what’s negative,

to take into possession what doesn’t belong to Him.

This is the inside story.

Bridge

This you should all understand and not regard as too plain.

The work of God is unlike work of ordinary ways.

Man can’t conceive its marvel; its wisdom can’t be attained.

Verse 3

God doesn’t make or destroy all during this stage of His work.

He’s changing His creation, cleansing all defiled by Satan.

So God shall commence His work that is of great magnitude.

And this is the whole meaning, the significance of God’s work.

Chorus

You should see the will of God, and you should see that God’s work

is not as simple as making all things in heaven and earth.

Rather, it’s to transform man, make good of what’s negative,

to take into possession what doesn’t belong to Him.

This is the inside story.

Adapted from “Is the Work of God As Simple As Man Imagines?” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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