Christian Song “Only by Working in the Flesh Can God Gain Mankind”

Only by Working in the Flesh Can God Gain Mankind
Through the practical God’s word,
man’s weaknesses and rebellions are judged and revealed.
Then man receives what they need.
They see that God has come into this human world.
The work of the practical God intends to save everyone from Satan’s influence,
rescue them from filth, from their disposition corrupted by Satan.
Being gained by God means to follow His example as man’s perfect model.
Follow the practical God, live a normal humanity,
keep His words and demands, fully keep what He says,
and achieve what He asks, then you will be gained by God.

God came into flesh, allowing people to see His deeds.
His Spirit took on a flesh, so that man may touch God,
that people may gaze on God and come to know Him.
Only in this practical way does God make people complete.
Those who are able to lead their lives according to Him
and follow His heart, they are those gained by God.
Being gained by God means to follow His example as man’s perfect model.
Follow the practical God, live a normal humanity,
keep His words and demands, fully keep what He says,
and achieve what He asks, then you will be gained by God.

If God only spoke from heaven and did not come down to earth,
how could people come to know Him?
With just empty words to convey His works, but not His words as reality.
God comes as a model, so man can see and touch Him, see and be gained by Him.
Being gained by God means to follow His example as man’s perfect model.
Follow the practical God, live a normal humanity,
keep His words and demands, fully keep what He says,
and achieve what He asks, then you will be gained by God.

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