507 Only by Living Out Reality Can You Bear Witness

Verse 1

People with truth are those who,

in experience, stand firm in testimony,

firm in their position, on the side of God,

without ever retreating, obeying God till death,

having a normal relationship with those who love God.

Chorus

Your practice and expressions in real life are

God’s testimony, what man should live out.

This is truly enjoying God’s love.

When you reach this, the due result will be achieved.

Verse 2

You’re possessed of real living out,

every action looked up to by others.

Your appearance is plain, but you live a life of piety.

When you share the words of God, you’re enlightened by Him.

Chorus

Your practice and expressions in real life

are God’s testimony, what man should live out.

This is truly enjoying God’s love.

When you reach this, the due result will be achieved.

Bridge

You’re able to speak God’s will through your words,

speaking reality, knowing much of service in spirit.

You’re candid in your speech, decent and upright,

not disruptive, able to obey God’s plans,

standing firm in your testimony.

When things befall you, you are calm and composed.

This is the kind of human being

that has truly seen God’s love.

Chorus

Your practice and expressions in real life

are God’s testimony, what man should live out.

This is truly enjoying God’s love.

When you reach this, the due result will be achieved.

Adapted from “Those Who Love God Will Forever Live Within His Light” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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