342 God Hates Emotions Between People

Verse 1

It is because of the emotions between people,

I’ve been put aside as an interloper,

I’ve been forgotten by mankind, who takes

the chance to pick his so-called conscience up.

Verse 2

It is because of the emotions between people,

mankind is weary of My chastisement,

calls Me unjust and heedless of his feelings.

But do I, God, have kin upon this earth?

Chorus

I do not have emotions,

and do not give the chance for people

to release the feelings that I’ve grown to detest.

I do not have emotions.

Verse 3

Who has worked day and night for My plan apart from Me?

Can man compare, be compatible with God?

How could God, who is the Creator,

be like man, who is the created?

Verse 4

How could I always live and act with mankind on earth?

I once agreed to walk with and join him.

Always he’s lived under My protection.

Can he ever remove himself from My care?

Outro

Though he’s never felt concern for Me,

who can keep living in the dark?

Man’s lived until today by My blessings.

Adapted from “Chapter 28” of God’s Words to the Entire Universe in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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