Gospel Music | Kingdom Song of Praise “God Treasures One Who Can Listen to His Word and Obey Him”

A beautiful hymn, with a soft guitar accompaniment and with blue sky and green grass as the background, tells you God’s will: From the creation of the world until today, God always treasures the ones who can listen to His word, obey Him, and give their hearts to Him. God does not care whether a man is great or small, but only hopes that he can cooperate with God’s work plan and live for the fulfillment of God’s will.

God Treasures One Who Can Listen to His Word and Obey Him

In God’s eyes, whether a man is great or small, as long as he can listen to God’s word, obey God’s commandment and commission, cooperate with God’s work, and cooperate with God’s will and God’s plan, so that God’s will and God’s plan can be carried out smoothly and fulfilled, such a deed is worthy for God to remember and worthy for God to bless, worthy for God to bless. God treasures such a man, cherishes such a deed of his, and cherishes his kindness and his heart for God. This is God’s attitude.

In God’s eyes, whether a man is great or small, as long as he can listen to God’s word, obey God’s commandment and commission, cooperate with God’s work, and cooperate with God’s will and God’s plan, so that God’s will and God’s plan can be carried out smoothly and fulfilled, such a deed is worthy for God to remember and worthy for God to bless, worthy for God to bless. God treasures such a man, cherishes such a deed of his, and cherishes his kindness and his heart for God. This is God’s attitude. God treasures such a man, cherishes such a deed of his, and cherishes his kindness and his heart for God. This is God’s attitude.

from “God’s Work, God’s Disposition, and God Himself (I)” in A Continuation of The Word Appears in the Flesh

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