184 God Became Flesh to Defeat Satan and Save Man

Verse 1

During this incarnation of God on earth,

He does His work among man.

All of this work has one purpose:

to defeat the devil Satan.

He will defeat Satan through conquering man,

also through making you complete.

When you bear resounding testimony,

this, too, will be a mark of Satan’s defeat.

Refrain

God is incarnated just to defeat Satan

and save all mankind.

Verse 2

In order for Satan to be defeated,

man is first conquered, then made complete.

But in substance, while defeating Satan,

God saves man from the world of pain.

No matter if this work is carried out

in China or throughout the universe,

it’s all to defeat Satan and save mankind,

so that man can enter the place of rest.

Refrain

God is incarnated just to defeat Satan

and save all mankind.

Bridge

The incarnation of God in the ordinary flesh

is precisely for the sake of defeating Satan.

The work of this God of flesh

is to save all those who love God beneath heaven.

Verse 3

It’s for the sake of conquering all mankind,

and also for the sake of defeating Satan.

The core of all God’s work is inseparable

from defeating Satan for mankind’s salvation.

Refrain

God is incarnated just to defeat Satan

and save all mankind.

God is incarnated just to defeat Satan

and save all mankind, save all mankind.

He’s saving all mankind.

Adapted from “Restoring the Normal Life of Man and Taking Him to a Wonderful Destination” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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