170 All God’s People Express Their Heartfelt Feelings

Verse 1

Look upon God’s kingdom, where God reigns over all.

From when creation started until the present day,

sons of God guided undergoing hardships,

through ups and downs they went.

But now in His light they dwell.


Chorus

Who doesn’t weep at yesterday’s injustice?

Who doesn’t shed tears for the hard-won life today?

Who doesn’t take this chance to dedicate their hearts to God?

Who doesn’t want to give voice to their passion and experience?

Who doesn’t weep at yesterday’s injustice?

Who doesn’t shed tears for the hard-won life today?

Who doesn’t take this chance to dedicate their hearts to God?

Who doesn’t want to give voice to their passion and experience?


Verse 2

People give their best to God. Some regret their follies.

Some hate themselves for their pursuit yesterday.

They have all known themselves,

seen Satan’s deeds, God’s wonder.

Inside their hearts lives God,

for His work has been fulfilled.


Chorus

Who doesn’t weep at yesterday’s injustice?

Who doesn’t shed tears for the hard-won life today?

Who doesn’t take this chance to dedicate their hearts to God?

Who doesn’t want to give voice to their passion and experience?

Who doesn’t weep at yesterday’s injustice?

Who doesn’t shed tears for the hard-won life today?

Who doesn’t take this chance to dedicate their hearts to God?

Who doesn’t want to give voice to their passion and experience?


Adapted from “Chapter 18” of God’s Words to the Entire Universe in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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