370 What Saddens God Most of All

Verse 1

The efforts God devotes to man

prove His substance is love for man.

And man’s actions prove their loathing

of the truth and opposing God.

No one ever understands Him,

and they cannot accept Him,

even though He is sincere,

His words are gentle and they’re clear.

Chorus

At all times, God is concerned for all who follow Him.

Yet at no time do they receive His words.

They cannot accept His suggestions at all.

That’s what saddens God most of all.

Verse 2

They do the work as they please

that God entrusted to them,

without asking what He requires,

nor seeking His intentions.

Still they claim to loyally serve Him,

yes, they claim to loyally serve Him,

but they rebel against Him,

they still rebel against Him.

Chorus

At all times, God is concerned for all who follow Him.

Yet at no time do they receive His words.

They cannot accept His suggestions at all.

That’s what saddens God most of all.

Bridge

Many believe that the truths

that they can’t accept are not the truth;

many believe that the truths

that they cannot practice are not the truth.

For these people, His truth’s denied;

it’s not recognized, it’s cast aside.

They believe Him to be God in word,

but see Him as an outsider,

not the truth, the way, or the life.

Chorus

At all times, God is concerned for all who follow Him.

Yet at no time do they receive His words.

They cannot accept His suggestions at all.

That’s what saddens God most of all.

Adapted from “You Ought to Consider Your Deeds” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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