166 Two Thousand Years of Longing

Verse 1

That God has become flesh

shakes the religious world,

upsets the religious order,

and stirs up the souls of all

who long for God’s appearance.

Who does not marvel at this?

Who does not long to see God?

Chorus

God has spent years among man,

but man is simply unaware of this.

Today, God Himself has appeared

to renew His old love with man.

Verse 2

After He left from Judea,

God vanished without a trace.

People long to see Him again,

but never have they expected

to reunite with Him here and today.

How could this not bring back

memories of the past?

Two thousand years ago,

Chorus

Simon son of Jonah met Lord Jesus,

and ate with the Lord at the same table.

Years of following deepened his love for Him.

He loved Jesus to the bottom of his heart.

God has spent years among man,

but man is simply unaware of this.

Today, God Himself has appeared

to renew His old love with man,

to renew His old love with man.

Adapted from “Work and Entry (10)” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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