214 It’s Our Good Fortune to Render Service to God

Verse 1

We have now heard the Holy Spirit’s words,

we know this is the voice of God.

We are so blessed God is speaking to us.

What elation to eat and drink His words!

Oh, we’re attending the feast with God,

we are raised up to God’s presence.

From now on, we’ll eat, drink, enjoy God’s words.

We are so happy to be with Him.

Chorus

Oh, we’re willing to work hard for God,

submit to His plans and arrangements,

to serve all our lives with all of our hearts,

always praising His righteousness, His righteousness.

Verse 2

We desire to be blessed, we meet

God’s words’ revelation and judgment.

Our hearts are pierced deeply by His sword,

and we feel such pain and such torment.

We’re corrupt, unworthy to see God,

because our belief in Him

is just so we can be blessed by God

and enter the heavenly kingdom.

Bridge

Years of longing have disappeared,

with broken hearts, we languish in pain.

God’s words conquer, and we are convinced.

We fall to the ground, full of shame.

Verse 3

Only through the judgment of God’s words

do we see we are corrupted,

filled with intent, desire to be blessed.

How are we worthy to live before God?

Unfit to enter heavenly kingdom,

by God’s grace we do service to Him.

Whether through fortune or disaster,

I wish only to do service to the end.

Chorus

Oh, we’re willing to work hard for God,

submit to His plans and arrangements,

to serve all our lives with all of our hearts,

always praising His righteousness.

Outro

Today, we do service, though we feel unworthy.

Whatever our outcome, we’ll follow God to the end.

God uses His words to purify us

and recover our reason and conscience.

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