1026 God Makes Suitable Arrangements for Each Kind of Man

Verse 1

All of humanity is God’s creation.

No matter what race, they are His.

They’re all descendants of Adam and Eve.

No matter what type, they are His.

Since they all belong to humanity,

and humanity is God’s own,

their destination is what they should have,

according to rules that organize them.

Pre-chorus

Those who commit evil will be destroyed.

Those who perform righteous deeds will survive.

That is the most suitable arrangement

for each of these kinds of creatures.

Chorus

God will not let evildoers survive.

Those who submit to God and follow Him

and follow to the very end shall live.

Since God manages all of humanity,

He makes suitable arrangements,

different outcomes for different men.

Verse 2

When God makes final arrangement for man,

He will break families, nations and borders,

for all humans came from one ancestor,

and humanity is God’s creation.

There are no families, countries or nations

when humans reach their final rest.

And it is this kind of humanity

that will be the holiest kind.

Chorus

God will not let evildoers survive.

Those who submit to God and follow Him

and follow to the very end shall live.

Since God manages all of humanity,

He makes suitable arrangements,

different outcomes for different men.

Bridge

After God’s work ends,

some will live and some will die.

It’s inevitable. It cannot be denied.

Chorus

God will not let evildoers survive.

Those who submit to God and follow Him

and follow to the very end shall live.

Since God manages all of humanity,

He makes suitable arrangements,

different outcomes for different men.

Adapted from “God and Man Will Enter Into Rest Together” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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