31 God’s Judgment on All Nations and Peoples

Chorus

God’s kingdom’s fully realized,

has come down into the world.

This signifies all the more

God’s judgment has come in full.


Verse 1

One after another,

disasters will befall.

All nations will be plagued

with famine, floods and droughts.


Verse 2

Disasters don’t just come

in one or two places,

not done in a few days.

They’ll spread to every place.


Verse 3

Disasters will grow fierce;

insect plagues will arise;

cannibalism will strike.

This is God’s judgment of all.


Chorus

God’s kingdom’s fully realized,

has come down into the world.

This signifies all the more

God’s judgment has come in full.


Verse 4

God’s name must disseminate

to every single place,

that all may come to know Him

and His holy name.


Verse 5

God’s name will spread far and wide

in the disasters’ wake.

Be careful or you’ll lose out;

are you not afraid?


Verse 6

God’s name extends to all

religions and walks of life.

This is God’s work being done

in an orderly style.


Bridge

It all happens by God’s plan,

by His wise arrangement.

God wishes nothing more than

for you to move forward

with Him step by step,

closely follow His footsteps.


Chorus

God’s kingdom’s fully realized,

has come down into the world.

This signifies all the more

God’s judgment has come in full.


Adapted from “Chapter 65” of Utterances of Christ in the Beginning in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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