God has given His all to you, holding nothing back,
without enjoying worldly glory, love, or blessings among man.
People are mean toward Him.
He has never enjoyed earth’s riches,
He devotes His true and passionate heart,
giving His all to man.
Who has ever warmed or comforted Him?
Man has piled on Him all pressure,
and handed Him misfortune,
forced dreadful situations on Him.
Man blames Him for injustice,
and He silently accepts it.
Does He protest, or ask for recompense?
Who has ever shown Him sympathy?
As a normal man, who didn’t have a romantic childhood?
Who did not have a vibrant youth, or warmth of their family?
Who’s without the love of friends, or the respect of others?
Who’s without the comfort of their confidants?
Has God ever enjoyed warmth and comfort?
Who has shown Him human morality?
Who’s been tolerant of Him,
stayed with Him through hard times?
Man merely makes demands on Him without any scruples.
How could man treat God incarnate
who’s from the Spirit as God?
Who among man could know Him?
Where is the truth among man?
Where is true righteousness?
Who can know God’s disposition,
or compete with God in heaven?
It’s no wonder, when God came among man,
no one has known Him;
it’s no wonder that man rejected Him.
How can man tolerate God’s existence,
or allow the light to drive out darkness of the world?
Isn’t this the upright devotion and entry of man?
Isn’t God’s work centered around man’s entry?
God would that you merge God’s work with man’s entry,
and establish a good relationship between man and God,
and perform one’s duties to the best that one can.
In this way, God’s work will come to an end,
and He’ll be glorified, He’ll be glorified.
Adapted from “Work and Entry (10)” in The Word Appears in the Flesh