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Christian Hymn “God in the Flesh Is a Living Fountain of Life” (Lyrics)

I
The work that is of greatest value to corrupt man
is that which provides precise words, clear goals to pursue,
and which can be seen and touched, which can be seen and touched.
Just realistic work and guidance that is timely
are the things best suited to man’s taste.
Yes, only real work saves man from depravity and his corrupt disposition.
Only the incarnate God can do this,
can save man from his formerly corrupt and depraved disposition.
He shall show man the importance of His work in the flesh to man,
so man may understand the importance, the import of this flesh to the very meaning of man’s existence,
shall know His real value to the growth of man’s life.
And further man shall know that this flesh will become a living fountain of life,
from which man cannot bear to part,
from which man cannot bear to part.

II
Most people have become enemies, God’s enemies, because of this flesh.
Yet when He ends, concludes all His work,
they’ll stop being enemies, they’ll be against Him no more.
On the contrary, they will become His witnesses,
all having been conquered by Him,
become compatible, they’re compatible with Him
and inseparable from Him.
Only the incarnate God can do this,
can save man from his formerly corrupt and depraved disposition.
He shall show man the importance of His work in the flesh to man,
so man may understand the importance, the import of this flesh to the very meaning of man’s existence,
shall know His real value to the growth of man’s life.
And further man shall know that this flesh will become a living fountain of life,
from which man cannot bear to part,
from which man cannot bear to part.
from Follow the Lamb and Sing New Songs

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