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147. The Incarnate God Has Greater Concern for His Followers

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147. The Incarnate God Has Greater Concern for His Followers

I

After God became flesh, living life among mankind,

He saw man’s depravity, the situation of their life.

God in the flesh deeply felt man’s helplessness,

how pitiful they are; He felt their sadness.

God gained more compassion for the human condition,

and more concern for His followers from His instincts in the flesh.

II

In God’s heart, those He wants to manage and save

mean the most to Him; He values them above all else.

Great price He’s paid; betrayal and hurt He’s endured.

But He never gives up, relentless in His work, with no regrets, no complaints.

God gained more compassion for the human condition,

and more concern for His followers from His instincts.

God gained more compassion for the human condition,

and more concern for His followers from His instincts in the flesh.

from “God’s Work, God’s Disposition, and God Himself III” in Continuation of The Word Appears in the Flesh

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