95 Have You Felt God’s Hopes for You?

Verse 1

Who has been reviewed by God in this endless world?

Who has personally heard the words of God’s Spirit?


Chorus

Who among you can answer to Job? Who among you is Peter?

Why has God made mention of Job and Peter so many times?

Have you perceived God’s hopes for you?

Oh, you should spend more time pondering, oh, pondering.


Verse 2

So many search in the darkness, so many pray in adversity.

Many look to God, hungry and cold, so many bound by Satan.

Many do not know where to turn, many betray God in happiness.

So many are ungrateful, many loyal to the schemes of Satan.


Chorus

Who among you can answer to Job? Who among you is Peter?

Why has God made mention of Job and Peter so many times?

Have you perceived God’s hopes for you?

Oh, you should spend more time pondering, oh, pondering, yeah.

You should spend more time, whoa.

Who among you can answer to Job? Who among you is Peter?

Why has God made mention of Job and Peter so many times?

Have you perceived God’s hopes for you?

Oh, you should spend more time pondering,

oh, pondering, yeah, pondering, whoa, pondering.


Adapted from “Chapter 8” of God’s Words to the Entire Universe in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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