183 God’s Authority and Power Revealed in the Flesh

Verse 1

God has come to earth to make real the words

“the Word become flesh,”

and so issues the words through His flesh.

(It’s unlike the time of Moses in Old Testament—

words were spoken straight by God from the sky.)

Chorus

The supreme meaning of God’s incarnation

is that the work of the Spirit’s accomplished

through the flesh and the words.

This is the true meaning of

“the Word become flesh” and

“the Word’s appearance in the flesh.”

Verse 2

Next, all of His words will be fulfilled

during the Age of Millennial Kingdom.

The words will become facts that man all would see,

and they’ll behold them with no disparity.

Chorus

The supreme meaning of God’s incarnation

is that the work of the Spirit’s accomplished

through the flesh and the words.

This is the true meaning of

“the Word become flesh” and

“the Word’s appearance in the flesh.”

Verse 3

Only God can speak the Spirit’s will.

Only God in the flesh can speak on His behalf.

God’s words are made plain in God incarnate.

Everyone else is guided by them.

Bridge

No one is exempt, all lie within this scope.

Only from these utterances, people come to know.

To believe utterances

will come from heaven is daydreaming.

This is the authority shown

in God’s incarnate flesh, and it makes all believe.

Chorus

The supreme meaning of God’s incarnation

is that the work of the Spirit’s accomplished

through the flesh and the words.

This is the true meaning of

“the Word become flesh” and

“the Word’s appearance in the flesh.”

The supreme meaning of God’s incarnation

is that the work of the Spirit’s accomplished

through the flesh and the words.

This is the true meaning of

“the Word become flesh” and

“the Word’s appearance in the flesh.”

Adapted from “The Millennial Kingdom Has Arrived” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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