905 The Way to Know God’s Authority

Verse 1

Your knowledge of God’s authority,

His power, identity and substance

cannot be achieved or gained

from your imagination.

Don’t imagine doesn’t mean do nothing,

or just sit and await destruction.

It means don’t infer using logic,

nor study through knowledge or science.

Chorus

In eating, drinking, experiencing God’s words, and fellowship,

you’ll experience and verify God’s authority,

and gain a gradual understanding and knowledge of it.

This is the only way, there are no shortcuts.

Verse 2

Through His words, truth, all you face in life,

appreciate, verify, confirm

the God you believe has authority

and sovereignty over your fate,

know that His power does at all times

prove Him to be the true God Himself.

It’s the only way to understand God,

the only way to understand God.

Chorus

In eating, drinking, experiencing God’s words, and fellowship,

you’ll experience and verify God’s authority,

and gain a gradual understanding and knowledge of it.

This is the only way, there are no shortcuts.

This is the only way, there are no shortcuts.

This is the only way, there are no shortcuts.

Adapted from “God Himself, the Unique I” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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