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356 God’s Two Incarnations Came From One Source

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356 God’s Two Incarnations Came From One Source

Verse 1

The second incarnate flesh’s work

seems very different from the first one.

None of the first’s work can be seen this time.

It is like They have nothing in common.

Though the two fleshes’ work does differ,

it doesn’t prove Their source is different.

It’s the nature of the work that is done,

not Their outer shells, that shows Their origin.

Chorus

Though the two incarnate fleshes’ work differs,

Their essence and source of Their work are the same.

They do two different stages of work

and arise in Their own different age.

No matter what, God’s incarnate fleshes

share the same origin and same essence.

This is a truth that no one can deny,

and no one can say it doesn’t make sense.

Verse 2

During the three stages of His work,

God has been incarnated two times.

Both have started a new age and work,

and They complement what each other does.

It’s impossible for man’s eyes, mind

to tell if both fleshes have the same source.

But They are the same in Their essence,

for Their work starts from the same Spirit source.

Chorus

Though the two incarnate fleshes’ work differs,

Their essence and source of Their work are the same.

They do two different stages of work

and arise in Their own different age.

No matter what, God’s incarnate fleshes

share the same origin and same essence.

This is a truth that no one can deny,

and no one can say it doesn’t make sense.

Bridge

Whether the two fleshes have the same source

can’t be judged by era, place of Their birth,

or be judged by other such factors,

but by the divine work expressed by Them.

Chorus

Though the two incarnate fleshes’ work differs,

Their essence and source of Their work are the same.

They do two different stages of work

and arise in Their own different age.

No matter what, God’s incarnate fleshes

share the same origin and same essence.

This is a truth that no one can deny,

and no one can say it doesn’t make sense.

Adapted from “The Essence of the Flesh Inhabited by God”

in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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