127 God’s Will Is Open to Everyone

Chorus

From the creation of man,

God’s being, His will, His possessions and disposition

have been open to everyone and open to all.


Verse 1

God has never hidden His essence,

nor His disposition or will on purpose.

It’s just that mankind pays no mind to God’s works, His will,

so man’s understanding of God is pitifully weak.


Chorus

From the creation of man,

God’s being, His will, His possessions and disposition

have been open to everyone and open to all.


Verse 2

What this means is while God conceals His person,

He stands beside man at all times,

and at every moment He reveals

His will, His disposition, and essence.


Bridge

And in a sense, God’s person is open to all people.

But because man is blind and disobeys,

man sees not God’s appearance, sees not God’s appearance.


Chorus

From the creation of man,

God’s being, His will, His possessions and disposition

have been open to everyone and open to all.

From the creation of man,

God’s being, His will, His possessions and disposition

have been open to everyone and open to all.


Adapted from “God’s Work, God’s Disposition, and God Himself I” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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