315 Almighty God Has Appeared in the East of the World


The Savior has returned on the white cloud, descending among us.

He does the work of judgment, ushers in a new age,

and conquers us with His word.

He reveals His righteous disposition, filled with wrath and majesty.

With great authority and power, He appears to us as God’s true Self.


The work God didn’t do over the ages is done on us today.

He chooses us as models and specimens to first receive the judgment work of the last days.

We were in deepest darkness, deplorably filthy and the lowest.

Today we are lucky to see the light and the Redeemer of the last days.

Face to face with God, we enjoy His word and accept His chastisement and judgment.

We hear God’s voice with our own ears and know His realness.

Who could be more fortunate than us! Who could be more blessed than us!

God lifts us from the dunghill, so we break free of the dark hellish life.


God’s incarnation is so rare; He personally works to guide us.

Our life is full of vitality, no longer the past miserable state.

Full of confidence in my future, I gain the real life.

There is the pleasant destination; the path under my feet becomes ever broader.

The Sun of righteousness has emerged; the true light starts to shine.

God’s day has come; the filthy old world has been fully renewed.

Praise You, Practical God! Extol You, righteous Almighty God!

A new heaven and earth has appeared; God’s work is completely accomplished.

A new heaven and earth has appeared; God’s work is completely accomplished.

God’s work is completely accomplished!

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