859 God’s Love and Essence Are Selfless

Intro

God gives His best, His best side He gives.

The best things, very best things, He gives.

Verse 1

Never disclosing or showing His suffering,

God, He endures, waiting in silence.

Not cold or numb, not a sign of weakness,

God’s essence and His love are always selfless.

Chorus

God gives His best, His best side He gives.

The best things, very best things, He gives.

For all mankind, He suffers, He suffers.

Bearing quietly, quietly, He gives.

He gives His best.

Verse 2

Never disclosing or showing His suffering,

God, He endures, waiting in silence.

This is the expression of His essence and disposition,

of who He really is: the Creator of all things.

Chorus

God gives His best, His best side He gives.

The best things, very best things, He gives.

For all mankind, He suffers, He suffers.

Bearing quietly, quietly, He gives.

He gives His best, He gives His best, He gives His best.

God gives His best, His best side He gives.

The best things, very best things, He gives.

For all mankind, He suffers, He suffers.

Bearing quietly, quietly, He gives.

Bearing quietly, quietly, He gives.

He gives His best, He gives His best.

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

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