787 Do You Truly Understand God?

Verse 1

Do you dare say that you know God?

And have you had dealings with Him?

Do you know His disposition?

And do you know what He likes?


Verse 2

Do you know the things you do

that offend His disposition?

What corruptions within you

can incur God’s aversion?


Pre-chorus 1

Upon whom does He mete righteousness?

Which kind of people does He detest?

Which of your problems does He most loathe?

If you don’t know, you don’t know God at all.


Chorus

If you know God and understand Him,

if you comprehend some of His will,

then you can truly believe in Him,

truly submit to Him and love Him,

and truly worship Him.


Verse 3

You claim that you have seen Him,

yet you don’t understand His joy,

His anger, sorrow or happiness.

You don’t get His disposition.


Pre-chorus 2

You don’t understand His righteousness,

nor do you know His mercifulness.

You don’t know what He likes or what He loathes.

This shows that you have no knowledge of God.


Chorus

If you know God and understand Him,

if you comprehend some of His will,

then you can truly believe in Him,

truly submit to Him and love Him,

and truly worship Him.


Adapted from “How to Know God Incarnate” in Records of Talks of Christ of the Last Days

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