305 Only the Creator Takes Pity on This Mankind

Verse 1

For man’s sake the Creator rushes about.

Every bit and minute of His life, He gives in silence.

He knows no pity for Himself, but cherishes mankind

He created and gives them all He has.


Chorus

The Creator alone has pity on man,

holds for them tenderness and unbreakable affection.

Only He can bestow mercy on man

and cherish the entirety of His creation.


Verse 2

He grants His mercy and tolerance freely,

so man can live before Him and take His provision of life,

and one day, they’ll submit and see that He is the One

who nourishes man’s life and supplies all creation.


Chorus

The Creator alone has pity on man,

holds for them tenderness and unbreakable affection.

Only He can bestow mercy on man

and cherish the entirety of His creation.


Bridge

His heart is pulled this way and that by man’s actions.

He is angered and grieved by man’s evil and corruption.

For man’s faith and repentance, He is joyful and forgiving.

All His thoughts revolve around human beings.

What He is and has is expressed for mankind,

and all His emotions with man intertwined.


Chorus

The Creator alone has pity on man,

holds for them tenderness and unbreakable affection.

Only He can bestow mercy on man

and cherish the entirety of His creation, of His creation.


Adapted from “God Himself, the Unique II” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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