108 The Three Stages of Work Fully Express God’s Salvation

Intro

The three stages of work are at the heart of God’s plan.

They express what God is and His disposition.

Verse 1

Those who don’t know the three stages of God’s work

cannot know how He expresses His disposition,

and they won’t know the wisdom of God’s work,

blind to how He saves man and His will for them.

Chorus

Only the three stages of God’s work

can fully show His disposition,

express His will to save all mankind

and the whole process of salvation.

Verse 2

The three stages fully express that work.

Those who don’t know the three stages of work

don’t see the many ways and principles

of the work of the Holy Spirit.

Pre-chorus

Those who only stay with doctrine from one stage

are those who would constrain God to doctrine.

Their belief is vague and uncertain.

They will never receive God’s salvation.

Chorus

Only the three stages of God’s work

can fully show His disposition,

express His will to save all mankind

and the whole process of salvation.

This proves God has gained mankind,

He’s defeated Satan.

This is proof of God’s victory,

showing His entire disposition.

Adapted from “Knowing the Three Stages of God’s Work Is the Path to Knowing God” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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