290 God Has Always Kept Watch Over Man

1 Thousands of years have flown by, and You have watched over mankind throughout. After years of vicissitudes, Your resolve to save mankind has never changed. Once You were persecuted and nailed to the cross, Your blood flowing to save mankind. You paid the price of life, redeeming man from sin. You have returned among man during the last days, appearing in the flesh. You suffer together with man during the wind and rain, passing many sleepless nights. You sweat blood and work Your heart out, expressing thousands upon thousands of words. You bestow precious truths upon mankind and conquer the hearts of the masses.


2 You chastise and judge us, Your righteous disposition breeds reverence in our hearts. Your words bring comfort and encouragement, Your compassion and tolerance provoke the utmost admiration in us. We have been too deeply corrupted by Satan, our arrogant and rebellious dispositions bring agony to Your heart. We have long since lost any semblance of humanity, we have descended into sin like beasts. Your words reveal and judge, allowing us to know ourselves. Hardship, trials, and adversity have cleansed our satanic dispositions. Your judgment and chastisement are love, they cleanse and save us. We’ve tasted so much of Your love, we adore You in our hearts.


O God! Day and night You worry for us, always are You by our side watching over us. You give us the truth and the life, bringing us salvation. Your love is most beautiful, most pure, it is fit for man’s praise. We would give the love in our hearts to You, forever shall we testify to You.

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