141 Who Can Understand God’s Heart?

Verse 1

God on earth is always silent.

No matter how cruel man can be,

He takes none of it to His heart,

fulfills the task Father gave Him.

Who’s recognized God’s loveliness?

Who has more care for the burden

of God the Father than the Son does?

Who knows the will of the Father?


Pre-chorus

O mankind! When will you consider God’s heart,

or understand what God intends?


Chorus

When God comes to earth,

He goes through the hardships of man.

But God Himself is innocent,

why let God suffer pains like man?

Who understands God’s heart?

God gives man too much.

How can man repay God’s heart?

How can man repay God’s heart?


Verse 2

God’s Spirit in heaven is troubled.

The Son on earth prays frequently

over the will of the Father;

to pieces His heart worries.

Who knows the Father’s love for His Son,

how the Son misses the Father?

Torn between heaven and earth,

close in Spirit, They gaze at each other.


Verse 3

Father and Son always depend on each other.

So why did They part,

one in heaven and one below?

Father loves Son, and Son loves the Father.

Why should He long and anxiously wait?

Many days the Father has yearned,

though They haven’t been apart for long,

He awaits His Son’s quick return.


Bridge

He observes, sits silent, waiting for His Son’s return.

When again will He reunite

with the Son who wanders the earth?

When again They come together, it will be forever.

But how can He endure thousands of days and nights

with one in heaven and one on the earth?


Chorus

When God comes to earth,

He goes through the hardships of man.

But God Himself is innocent,

why let God suffer pains like man?

Who understands God’s heart?

God gives man too much.

How can man repay God’s heart?

How can man repay God’s heart?


Adapted from “Work and Entry (4)” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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