616 Who Is Compatible With God?

Verse 1

God’s expressed countless words, His will and disposition,

yet people are incapable

of knowing, believing or obeying Him.

You only think of blessings and rewards,

not how to be compatible with God

or not become His enemy.


Pre-chorus 1

God’s so disappointed in you,

He’s given you so much, yet gained so little from you.


Chorus

Those who live in the Bible or on the cross,

amidst the law or according to doctrine,

or amongst the work God does today,

which of them are compatible with Him?


Verse 2

Your arrogance, greed, fancy desires,

your betrayal, disobedience,

which of these could escape God’s notice?

You shame, palter with Him, cheat, exact Him,

extort Him for sacrifices,

how could all this elude His punishment?


Pre-chorus 2

Your evildoing’s proof

of your enmity to God and your mismatch with Him.


Chorus

Those who live in the Bible or on the cross,

amidst the law or according to doctrine,

or amongst the work God does today,

which of them are compatible with Him?


Adapted from “You Should Seek the Way of Compatibility With Christ” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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