788 Humans Have No Understanding of God’s Will

Chorus

Although people may follow God

and may pray to Him every day,

read the words of God every day,

they don’t actually understand

God’s will, God’s will, God’s will,

God’s will, God’s will, God’s will.


Verse 1

If someone understands God’s heart,

if they understand what God likes,

what God loathes, wants, what He rejects,

what people He loves or dislikes,

if they understand the standards

God has on His demands on man,

if they understand the approach

that He takes for perfecting man,


Pre-chorus

can they still have their own ideas?

Can they worship a normal person?


Chorus

Although people may follow God

and may pray to Him every day,

read the words of God every day,

they don’t actually understand

God’s will, God’s will, God’s will,

God’s will, God’s will, God’s will.


Verse 2

When someone understands God’s will,

they’ll become more rational,

they would not arbitrarily

idolize a corrupted person.

And when they’re walking the path

of putting truth into practice,

they won’t think clinging to simple rules

can replace practicing the truth.


Chorus

Although people may follow God

and may pray to Him every day,

read the words of God every day,

they don’t actually understand

God’s will, God’s will, God’s will,

God’s will, God’s will, God’s will.


Adapted from “How to Know God’s Disposition and the Results His Work Shall Achieve” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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