God’s Love Conquers Man’s Heart | “Song of Heartfelt Attachment”(Official Music Video)

Song of Heartfelt Attachment
I
Here is One, He is God in the flesh.
What He says, what He does, all is the truth.
His wisdom, His righteousness, I love them all.
Meeting Him, having Him, I am so blessed.
Here is One, He is God in the flesh.
What He says, what He does, all is the truth.
His wisdom, His righteousness, I love them all.
Meeting Him, having Him, so blessed am I.
His heart, His love have me conquered.
Give Him love, follow Him, oh my beloved.
I love Him, I feel sweet, suffer for Him.
Gain Him, live for Him, forever love Him.
II
My heart, given to Him, I feel happy.
My whole being living for Him, this is my life.
Loving Him, serving Him, a great honor for me.
Nothing else my heart wants, I am content.
Care His will, His thoughts, and His worries.
It’s my wish to delight and satisfy Him.
I serve in the house of God, fulfilling duty.
Obey Him, loyal to Him, offer myself.
His heart, His love have me conquered.
Give Him love, follow Him, oh my beloved.
I love Him, I feel sweet, suffer for Him.
Gain Him, live for Him, forever love Him.

from Follow the Lamb and Sing New Songs

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The Happiness in the Good Land of Canaan

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“The Happiness in the Good Land of Canaan” is a cheerful experience hymn, expressive of the excitement and joy of all those who have accepted Almighty God’s work in the last days. God’s chosen people have returned to God’s family, enjoyed Almighty God’s words, and received His provision in their life, which seems that they are living in the good land of Canaan. They enjoy the happy time of reuniting with God and have a sincere devotion and love for Him, unwilling to leave Him any more. Here, they are singing and dancing to express their boundless gratitude and praise for God!

Eastern Lightning | The Church of Almighty God came into being because of the work of the returned Lord Jesus—the end-time Christ, “Almighty God”—in China, and it isn’t established by any person. Christ is the truth, the way, and the life. After reading God’s word, you will see that God has appeared.

God’s Kingdom Has Appeared on Earth

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God’s Kingdom Has Appeared on Earth

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1. The almighty true God, the King on the throne, rules over the entire universe, rules over the entire universe, facing all nations and all peoples. In the whole world is shining God’s glory. All living things in the ends of the universe should see that, mountains, rivers, lakes, earth, seas, and all living things, the curtain over them is lifted in the light of the presence of the true God. They are revived again as if awakening from their dream and are sprouting from the soil! Ah! The only true God has appeared before the world. Who dare treat Him with resistance? Everyone is trembling with fear; all are utterly convinced, begging for mercy repeatedly. All men bow down before Him; all tongues worship Him! Continue reading “God’s Kingdom Has Appeared on Earth”

How Important God’s Love for Man Is

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How Important God’s Love for Man Is

Accompaniment: The picture of “God’s exhortations for Adam” is touching and warm. Although there is only God and man in it, their close relationship is so admirable.

1. God’s love overflows, freely bestowed on man, freely bestowed on man and surrounding man; man, innocent and carefree, lives happily under God’s eyes. God is concerned about man, and man lives under the protection and blessing, lives under the protection and blessing of God. All that man says and does is closely related to God and inseparable from God. Continue reading “How Important God’s Love for Man Is”

Adam Names Cattle

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Adam Names Cattle

“And whatever Adam called every living creature, that was the name thereof. Who was the one that gave names to every living creature? It was Adam rather than God. This word tells man a fact: When God created man, He gave him wisdom. That is to say, man’s wisdom was from God. This is beyond doubt. Why? Since God created Adam, had Adam ever been to school? Could he read? After God created all the living creatures, did Adam know them when seeing them? Had God told him what their names were? God certainly had not taught him how to give names to every living creature either. This was a fact! Then how did he know how to give names to these living creatures and what names he should give to them? This had to do with such an issue as what God added to Adam when he was created. The fact proves that when God created man, He added His wisdom to man. This is a key point. You all shall hear it clearly!”

from “God’s Work, God’s Disposition, and God Himself (I)

in A Continuation of The Word Appears in the Flesh

Job fears God and shuns evil and he is approved by God

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The word in Job 1:8 is the first conversation between JehovahGod and satan we have read in the biblical records. What did God say? The text records as follows: And the LORD said to Satan, Have you considered my servant Job, that there is none like him in the earth, a perfect and an upright man, one that fears God, and shuns evil? This is God’s evaluation of Job before satan. God said that he was perfect and upright and feared God and shunned evil. Before his conversation with satan, God had determined to use satan to tempt Job, that is, to deliver Job to satan. The purpose of doing so, on the one hand, was to prove the exact accuracy of God’s searching and evaluation of Job and to put satan to shame through Job’s testimony. On the other hand, it was to perfect Job’s faith and fear of God. So, when satan came before God, God “came straight to the point” and asked satan directly, “Have you considered my servant Job, that there is none like him in the earth, a perfect and an upright man, one that fears God, and shuns evil?” God’s question contains such meaning: God knew that satan roamed everywhere and often spied on his servant Job and often tempted and attacked him. It attempted to crush Job by a certain means to prove that Job’s faith and his fear of God were untenable, and it also looked for chances unscrupulously to afflict Job and cause him to forsake God, so that it could take him away from God’s hand. However, God searched Job’s heart and saw that he was perfect and upright and that he feared God and shunned evil. God told satan by questioning that Job was a perfect and upright man, one that feared God and shunned evil, and that he would never forsake God and follow satan. Hearing God’s evaluation of Job, satan became more exasperated and was even more impatient to take Job away. This was because it never believed that man was able to be “perfect and upright” or believed that man could “fear God and shun evil,” and it also hated man’s perfectness and uprightness and hated anyone who could “fear God and shun evil.” Just as satan answered Jehovah in Job 1:9-11, “Does Job fear God for nothing? Have not you made an hedge about him, and about his house, and about all that he has on every side? you have blessed the work of his hands, and his substance is increased in the land. But put forth your hand now, and touch all that he has, and he will curse you to your face.” God well knew satan’s malicious nature and also deeply knew that it had harbored the intention of afflicting Job for a long time. So, here, by telling satan again that Job was “a perfect and an upright man, one that fears God and shuns evil,” God was to get satan to submissively do what he wanted it to do—to show its true colors—to attack and tempt Job. That is to say, God purposely emphasized that Job was perfect and upright and feared God and shunned evil, and used this means to stir satan to make an attack against Job because of its hatred of and annoyance at Job’s “being perfect and upright and fearing God and shunning evil,” thus letting satan be shamed by Job’s “being perfect and upright and fearing God and shunning evil,” so that it could be utterly shamed and defeated and would never again doubt or accuse Job’s being perfect and upright and fearing God and shunning evil. Thus, a trial from God and a temptation from satan would be inevitable. And the one who could bear God’s trial and withstand satan’s temptation was only Job.

from A Continuation of The Word Appears in the Flesh