604 What a Believer in God Should Pursue

Chorus

Because you are a person that believes in God,

you should seek holiness and you should seek change.

Verse 1

Look to Peter and Paul.

You need to look close to understand it all

that all those who do not learn to pursue life,

their labor is in vain, their labor is futile.

If you believe in God and follow Him,

then you must, in your heart, indeed love Him,

cast aside your disposition that’s corrupt,

and do the duty of God’s creation, with all your heart.

Chorus

Because you are a person that believes in God,

you should seek holiness and you should seek change.

Verse 2

Since you believe in God and follow Him,

you should give your everything to Him.

You shouldn’t choose on your own or make demands,

but rather work to satisfy all God commands.

You should obey who created you,

for you have no dominion over you,

and that is true that you have no ability

to govern and control your own destiny.

Chorus

Because you are a person that believes in God,

you should seek holiness and you should seek change.

Because you are a person that believes in God,

you should seek holiness and you should seek change.

Adapted from “Success or Failure Depends on the Path That Man Walks” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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