854 God’s Essence Truly Exists

Verse 1

God’s realness and His loveliness

are brought out by the things so small,

the things that man doesn’t think He’d do,

for they think they’re unremarkable.

In His essence and disposition

there is no pride or disguise,

and arrogance, pretense and boastfulness,

they aren’t there for man to find.

Pre-chorus

God’s loveliness is real.

Chorus

God’s essence, like His loveliness, is not fake.

It’s real and truly exists.

God’s essence, it isn’t given by others.

It is unchanged by time or by place.

Verse 2

God never boasts about what He does,

He always loves, cares for and leads

His creation, all the human beings,

with all His faithfulness and sincerity.

Regardless of how much you believe,

how much you can touch, feel or see,

He is indeed doing all these things,

genuinely and sincerely.

Pre-chorus

God’s loveliness is real.

Chorus

God’s essence, like His loveliness, is not fake.

It’s real and truly exists.

God’s essence, it isn’t given by others.

It is unchanged by time or by place.

God’s essence, like His loveliness, is not fake.

It’s real and truly exists.

God’s essence, it isn’t given by others.

It is unchanged by time or by place.

Adapted from The Word, Vol. 2. On Knowing God. God’s Work, God’s Disposition, and God Himself I

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