602 The Path of Successful Faith in God

Verse 1

The destinations of Peter and Paul

were measured according to whether

they could do their duty as God’s creatures,

not by the size of their contribution.

Their destinations were determined

by what they sought from the beginning,

not by the amount of work they did

or people’s estimation of them.

Chorus

Seeking to keenly do your duty

as God’s creature leads to success.

Seeking the path of true love of God

is the most correct path for God’s creatures.

Seeking changes in your disposition

and loving God purely leads to success.

Bridge

Such a path to success is the path

of getting the original duty

and the original appearance

of one who is a creature of God.

It’s also the aim of all of God’s work

from the very beginning to the end.

Chorus

Seeking to keenly do your duty

as God’s creature leads to success.

Seeking the path of true love of God

is the most correct path for God’s creatures.

Seeking changes in your disposition

and loving God purely leads to success.

Verse 2

If the pursuit of man is tainted

with extravagant demands and longings,

then man’s disposition will not change;

it’s at odds with the recovery work.

It’s not done by the Holy Spirit.

This proves such pursuit isn’t approved by God.

And what significance it could have

when it is not approved of by God?

Chorus

Seeking to keenly do your duty

as God’s creature leads to success.

Seeking the path of true love of God

is the most correct path for God’s creatures.

Seeking changes in your disposition

and loving God purely leads to success.

Adapted from “Success or Failure Depends on the Path That Man Walks” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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