774 Peter’s Expressions of Love for God

Verse 1

Anything in Peter’s life

that did not satisfy God’s desire

made him feel uneasy.

If it did not please God,

he would feel remorse,

looking for a way to strive

and satisfy God’s heart.

Even in the smallest things in Peter’s life,

he required himself

to satisfy God’s desire,

no leniency with his old disposition,

demanding himself

to go deeper into truth.

Chorus

Be it chastisement, judgment, or tribulation,

you can achieve obedience unto death.

And this should be achieved by a creature of God.

This is the purity of the love of God.

This is the purity of the love of God.

Verse 2

Peter loved God to a point

required by God.

Only such people can have testimony.

In his belief, Peter sought

to satisfy God in everything,

obeying all that came from God,

without complaint, accepting

chastisement and judgment,

refinement, lack in life, and tribulation,

none of which could shake his love for God.

Is this not the ultimate love of God?

Does this not fulfill the duty

of a creature of God?

Chorus

Be it chastisement, judgment, or tribulation,

you can achieve obedience unto death.

And this should be achieved by a creature of God.

This is the purity of the love of God.

This is the purity of the love of God.

This is the purity of the love of God.

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

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