475 The Most Meaningful Life

Verse 1

As a created being, you should worship God.

As a created being, you must pursue the most meaningful life.

Chorus

You are people who pursue the right path.

You are people who seek progress.

You are people who rise up

in the nation of the great red dragon.

You are people whom God calls righteous.

Isn’t that the most meaningful life,

the most meaningful life?

Verse 2

As a human being, you should expend for God.

As a human being, you must endure all the suffering.

Chorus

You are people who pursue the right path.

You are people who seek progress.

You are people who rise up

in the nation of the great red dragon.

You are people whom God calls righteous.

Isn’t that the most meaningful life?

Bridge

You should gladly accept the little pain you suffer,

live a meaningful life, like Peter and like Job.

You are people who pursue the right path.

You are people who seek progress.

You are people who rise up

in the nation of the great red dragon.

Chorus

You are people who pursue the right path.

You are people who seek progress.

You are people who rise up

in the nation of the great red dragon.

You are people whom God calls righteous.

Isn’t that the most meaningful life,

the most meaningful life?

Adapted from “Practice (2)” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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