8 God’s Love Spreads All Over the World

I

O Almighty God! You are a righteous, holy God.

Your pure love is like snowflakes floating in the air,

white, beautiful, fragrant, falling down on me,

instantly melting into my heart.

Through the judgment and purification of Your word,

I’ve tasted Your true love for mankind.

Whenever my heart submits before You and praises You,

it is filled with sweet happiness.

Ah … I can’t love You and adore You enough.

Ah … I stay with You and love You day and night, and will never leave You.

II

Whenever I ponder over Your words, my heart loves You.

It’s You who have given us the true human life.

Living in Your word, I am face to face with You.

We are most honored to enjoy God’s love.

The wind kisses green hills, the clouds kiss the sea;

all God’s people are together with God.

God predestined us before the ages;

in the last days He has taken us before His throne.

Ah … we all worship Him around the throne.

Ah … look! The whole land is filled with the sound of praising God.

III

God’s words accompany us as we grow,

purifying and saving us from Satan’s corruption.

We have the truth as our life to witness to God’s almightiness;

God has transformed us into a new man.

God’s kingdom has descended upon the earth and God reigns as King.

We can see God’s love everywhere in the world...

Real and true, it warms the hearts of the multitudes; our life is full of vitality.

Ah … new people, new songs, new dances, new life.

Ah … we praise God without cease, praise God without cease.

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