799 The Final Result That God’s Work Aims to Achieve

Verse 1

Anyone who’s experienced God’s work

reveres and fears Him, more than admiration.

Due to His work of judgment, chastisement,

they revere Him, for they’ve seen His disposition.

Pre-chorus

God lasts forever, He is self-existent.

Only God deserves reverence, obedience;

humans are not worthy.

Chorus

When He works this way, the result He aims for

is for all humans to revere the Creator,

to worship, submit to Him without conditions.

This is the end goal of God’s work’s mission.

Verse 2

God should be revered, He should be obeyed,

for His disposition and His being

surpass those found in all beings created,

and He is a non-created being.

Pre-chorus

God lasts forever, He is self-existent.

Only God deserves reverence, obedience;

humans are not worthy.

Chorus

When He works this way, the result He aims for

is for all humans to revere the Creator,

to worship, submit to Him without conditions.

This is the end goal of God’s work’s mission.

Bridge

Those who have truly experienced God’s work

and know Him all revere Him.

Yet those who have notions to which they cling,

they simply do not see Him as God,

they don’t revere Him, and though they follow,

they’re not conquered, naturally disobeying.

Chorus

When He works this way, the result He aims for

is for all humans to revere the Creator,

to worship, submit to Him without conditions.

This is the end goal of God’s work’s mission.

Adapted from The Word, Vol. 1. The Appearance and Work of God. God’s Work and Man’s Work

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