1013 God Doesn’t Save the Wicked

Verse 1

In the nation of the great red dragon,

God has carried out a stage of work

unfathomable to human beings,

and it’s causing them to sway in the wind.

After this many quietly drift away,

they are gone with the blowing of the wind.

This is the “threshing floor” God’s about to clear;

this is what He yearns for, this is His plan.

Pre-chorus 1

For many who are wicked have crept in while God’s at work,

but He is in no hurry to drive them all away.

Instead He shall disperse them when the time is right.

Only after that shall God be the fountain of life,

letting those who truly love God receive from Him

the fruit of the fig tree and the lily’s fragrance.

Chorus

You should know that what God gains

is pure, refined gold, and not sand.

Therefore, how can the wicked

be allowed to stay in God’s house?

Verse 2

The very place where Satan sojourns,

it’s a land of dust with no pure gold left.

And so faced with this situation,

God carries out such a stage of work.

Just how can God allow foxes

to be parasites in His paradise?

He uses every possible method

to ensure these things are driven away.

Pre-chorus 2

Before God’s will is revealed, none know what He’ll do.

He takes the opportunity to drive wicked ones away,

and so the wicked things are forced to leave His presence.

Let it be known that this is what God does to the wicked.

Chorus

You should know that what God gains

is pure, refined gold, and not sand.

Therefore, how can the wicked

be allowed to stay in God’s house?

Adapted from “The Seven Thunders Peal—Prophesying That the Gospel of the Kingdom Shall Spread Throughout the Universe” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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