951 God’s Disposition Tolerates No Offense

Verse 1

Humanity should know foremost

of a disposition only held by God.

That is, to tolerate no offense.

None can interfere, affect it.

It surpasses the fancy of all,

can’t be impersonated, can’t be imitated.


Chorus

God will not tolerate anyone

to openly go against Him,

be they created being or not,

be they chosen or shown mercy.

Once they provoke His disposition

or break His tenet of tolerance,

God will release His disposition,

righteous, tolerating no offense.


Verse 2

God has this disposition

because of His holy and undefiled substance,

and because He hates sins that oppose Him.

He hates all disobedience

and Satan’s evil acts to corrupt man.

He detests wickedness and darkness.


Chorus

God will not tolerate anyone

to openly go against Him,

be they created being or not,

be they chosen or shown mercy.

Once they provoke His disposition

or break His tenet of tolerance,

God will release His disposition,

righteous, tolerating no offense.

God will not tolerate anyone

to openly go against Him,

be they created being or not,

be they chosen or shown mercy.

Once they provoke His disposition

or break His tenet of tolerance,

God will release His disposition,

righteous, tolerating no offense.


Adapted from “God Himself, the Unique II” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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