808 Peter Knew God Best

Verse 1

Peter was faithful to God for years,

yet he never had a complaining heart.

Even Job was not his equal,

much less saints throughout the ages.

He not only sought to know God,

but to know Him when Satan schemed.

Years of service, after God’s heart;

Satan could not exploit him.


Chorus

Peter knew God, Peter knew God best.

His knowledge of God was greater than that of anyone.


Verse 2

Peter drew upon the faith of Job,

but he understood some things Job did not.

Though Job had great faith,

he lacked knowledge of the spiritual realm.

Therefore he spoke many words

not aligning right with the truth.

All his knowledge was still shallow,

incapable of perfection.


Chorus

Peter knew God, Peter knew God best.

His knowledge of God was greater than that of anyone.


Bridge

Peter always looked to gaining a sense of the spirit.

He was focused on observing

the dynamics of the spiritual realm.

He could not only grasp God’s will,

but understood some of Satan’s schemes.

His knowledge of God was greater than that of anyone.


Chorus

Peter knew God, Peter knew God best.

His knowledge of God was greater than that of anyone.

Peter knew God, Peter knew God best.

His knowledge of God was greater than that of anyone.

His knowledge of God was greater than that of anyone.

His knowledge of God was greater than that of anyone.


Adapted from “Chapter 8” of God’s Words to the Entire Universe in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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