272 God Brings the End of Mankind to the World

Verse 1

God’s judgment in the last days is not for certain people,

but to show man His disposition.

Yet for various reasons, like lacking time, hectic work,

His disposition has not allowed man to know Him.


Pre-chorus

God moves into His new plan and His final work.

All who see Him will beat their breast

and weep because He exists.


Chorus

God brings the end of mankind to the world;

His disposition is laid bare before all,

so all who do and do not know Him

feast their eyes and see He’s come to earth.

It’s God’s plan, His sole “confession” since man’s creation.


Verse 2

God wishes for you to give Him your attention,

full and undivided, to see His every move.

For His rod once again presses close to man

and to all those, all those who oppose Him,

all those who oppose Him.


Pre-chorus

God moves into His new plan and His final work.

All who see Him will beat their breast

and weep because He exists.


Chorus

God brings the end of mankind to the world;

His disposition is laid bare before all,

so all who do and do not know Him

feast their eyes and see He’s come to earth.

It’s God’s plan, His sole “confession,”

it’s God’s plan, His sole “confession” since man’s creation.


Outro

God’s judgment in the last days is not for certain people,

but to show man His disposition, oh, His disposition.


Adapted from The Word, Vol. 1. The Appearance and Work of God. Prepare Sufficient Good Deeds for Your Destination

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