131 Only When God Becomes Flesh Can Man Be His Intimate

Verse 1

Only when God humbles Himself to an extent,

meaning He becomes flesh to dwell among men,

that’s when they can become His confidant,

that’s when they can become His intimate.


Chorus

How can man qualify as God’s confidant

when God is of the Spirit, exalted and hard to fathom?

Only by becoming the same created flesh as man

can man understand His will and be gained by Him.


Verse 2

God speaks and works in the flesh,

sharing in man’s joys, sorrows and tribulations,

living in their world, protecting and guiding them,

thus cleansing them to gain His blessing and salvation.


Chorus

How can man qualify as God’s confidant

when God is of the Spirit, exalted and hard to fathom?

Only by becoming the same created flesh as man

can man understand His will and be gained by Him.


Bridge

Through this, man can truly understand God’s will

and become His confidant; only this is practical.

If God were invisible and intangible to man,

how could man be His confidant?

Isn’t this doctrine idle?


Chorus

How can man qualify as God’s confidant

when God is of the Spirit, exalted and hard to fathom?

Only by becoming the same created flesh as man

can man understand His will and be gained by Him.

Only when God becomes flesh can man be His confidant.


Adapted from “Only Those Who Know God and His Work Can Satisfy God” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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