85 God Loves Us Till Today


God incarnate came among men; no one knows how long He has been hidden.

He does His work by uttering words, tasting all the bitters and sorrows of the world.

Yet He will part with us today. How can we not feel sorrow and distress!

The time of our being with Him is so short. Who knows when we will see Him again after He leaves?

God has lived together with us through so many springs, summers, autumns, and winters.

He judges and chastises us and gives us suffering and refinement, but He has never left us.

If God hadn’t shown mercy upon me, I don’t know where I would have drifted.

Thank God for His great salvation; I’ll keep it in heart forever.


O God! You have suffered so much for saving us, working Your heart out.

I have enjoyed so much love in Your warm motherly bosom.

You sustain me when I am weak; You give me comfort when I feel sorrow in my heart;

You chasten and discipline me when I’m arrogant. You have led me to this day step by step.

I can’t forget the past scenes and can’t finish telling Your love.

You show me majesty and wrath so many times, and so many times love and mercy.

You judge my satanic disposition, and ignore my foolishness and ignorance.

Your tolerance and endurance allows me to live before You.

God’s charge is on my mind. How can I disappoint His expectation!

I’ll undergo all sufferings for the last time, to satisfy God’s requirements for me.

I’ll return to God a true love and bear a strong and resounding testimony for Him.

I’ll never again get passive or weak. I’ll rise up after I fall.

No matter what great frustrations I encounter, I’ll love God and satisfy Him forever.

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