775 One Cannot Serve God Unless Their Disposition Changes

Intro

Serving God is no simple task,

and you’ll never get to serve Him

with a corrupt disposition

that’s allowed to remain unchanged.


Verse 1

If your disposition has not been judged,

if it has not been chastised by God’s words,

then your disposition represents Satan,

and this proves that your service of God

must be out of your own good intentions,

and it’s based on your satanic nature.


Chorus 1

Serving God with natural character

according to what you prefer,

thinking God delights in what you want

and hates what you do not want to do,

your preferences guiding your work—

how can this be called serving God?


Verse 2

In the end, your disposition won’t change,

and your service will make you more stubborn.

This means corruption will become ingrained,

and your service to God becomes based on

your character and experiences.

These are man’s lessons and philosophies.


Chorus 2

People like this are Pharisees,

they are religious officials.

If they don’t wake up and repent,

they will become the false Christs

and the deceivers spoken of,

who will appear in the last days.


Outro

Serving God is no simple task,

and you’ll never get to serve Him

with a corrupt disposition

that’s allowed to remain unchanged.


Adapted from “Religious Service Must Be Purged” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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