359 The Millennial Kingdom Is in Sight

Ah … ah … ah … ah….

I

The New Jerusalem descending from heaven, people hurry on their way,

coming to worship the King of the kingdom.

The entire universe is rejoicing, the entire universe is rejoicing.

God put on the flesh and became a man, and the Word appears in the flesh.

The old age of notions has ended; God has come to the world.

People cease to believe vaguely; God has reigned on earth.

The Millennial Kingdom is in sight; the new heaven and new earth have started.

Ah … ah….

II

The famine has come, has come upon the whole earth;

people are forced to seek the true way, seek the true way.

The One long expected to appear in the last days has already come to earth.

He does a test work in the land of the great red dragon, training a group to be victorious soldiers.

Receiving God’s abundant utterance, all people irradiate light.

They transcend the oppression of the darkness and the reign of Satan.

So great is God’s power of salvation that people are tremendously changed.

Ah … ah…

III

The Millennial Kingdom has started, has started.

God’s word rules over everything, rules over everything.

It accompanies people in their words and deeds, revealing its great power.

They live in the light of God’s presence, their life full of enjoyment.

Gone is the religious rituals and practices; God’s word has accomplished everything.

People’s pursuit is no longer vague, for God is personally guiding them.

They have been perfected by God on earth and known the Practical God Himself.

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