442 A Normal Relationship With God Is So Important

Verse 1

In all you do, examine, check

if your intentions are correct.

Act according to God’s requirements,

and your relation with God will be normal.

Verse 2

When you look into your intentions,

if you find any incorrect ones,

you must be able to turn away

and act according to what God says.

Pre-chorus 1

Thus you’ll be someone who is right before God.

This shows your relationship with God is normal,

and all you do is for His sake and not your own.

Chorus

Whether you can be gained or perfected by God

rests on sharing a normal relationship with God.

Verse 3

In all you do and all you say,

you must set your heart the right way;

you should be righteous in your actions.

Don’t be led by your will or emotions.

Verse 4

God’s believers must conduct themselves

through living by these principles.

Small things can reveal a person’s

stature and show their intentions.

Pre-chorus 2

So to join the path to be perfected by God,

first a person’s intentions must be rectified,

their relationship with God must be put right.

Chorus

Whether you can be gained or perfected by God

rests on sharing a normal relationship with God.

Bridge

When you share a normal relationship with God,

only then can He perfect you;

only then can God’s discipline and refinement

in their intended way affect you.

So if humans can retain God in their hearts,

if their own gain and prospects they do not pursue,

but instead bear the burden of entering life,

do their best to submit to God’s work, seek the truth—

if you do this, you’re aiming for the right goals,

and you’ll have a normal relationship with God.

Chorus

Whether you can be gained or perfected by God

rests on sharing a normal relationship with God.

Adapted from “How Is Your Relationship With God?” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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