135 God Hopes Man Can Know and Understand Him

Verse 1

Since God’s first touch with mankind,

He has been revealing to them

His essence and what He is and has,

without cease, constantly.


Verse 2

Whether people through the ages

can see or understand,

God speaks and works to show

His disposition and essence.


Chorus

Never concealed, never hidden,

released without reservation,

God’s essence and disposition,

His being and possession,

are revealed as He works

and engages with mankind.


Verse 3

God hopes man can understand Him,

know His substance, disposition,

which He wants not to be thought

as secrets of eternity.


Pre-chorus

Nor does He want man to see Him

as a riddle that can’t be solved.


Chorus

Never concealed, never hidden,

released without reservation,

God’s essence and disposition,

His being and possession,

are revealed as He works

and engages with mankind.


Bridge

Only when mankind has known God

can they know the way forward,

worthy to be led by God.

They’ll live under His dominion

and live in His light and blessings.


Chorus

Never concealed, never hidden,

released without reservation,

God’s essence and disposition,

His being and possession,

are revealed as He works

and engages with mankind,

never concealed, never hidden,

are revealed as He works

and engages with mankind.


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

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