856 God’s Pity on Mankind

Verse 1

Pity can mean to love very dearly.

Pity can mean to love and protect.

Pity can mean to be unwilling to hurt.

Pity can mean to feel tenderness.

Chorus

Only the Creator has pity on mankind,

the Creator holds for them endless affection.

Only the Creator can bestow mercy on mankind

and cherish all of His creation.

Verse 2

Pity can show tender love and affection.

Pity can mean to be unwilling to give up.

Pity is God’s mercy and tolerance toward man.

This word lays bare God’s attitude and heart.

Chorus

Only the Creator has pity on mankind,

the Creator holds for them endless affection.

Only the Creator can bestow mercy on mankind

and cherish all of His creation.

Bridge

The people of Nineveh were just as corrupt

and as violent as the people of Sodom,

but their repentance caused God to change His heart.

So He decided not to destroy them.

The people of Nineveh embraced God’s commands

with honest submission and repentance for their sins,

as well as their true and heartfelt deeds.

So God bestowed His pity on them.

Verse 3

No person can duplicate God’s reward,

nor God’s pity for mankind.

No one can possess God’s mercy or tolerance,

nor God’s sincere feelings towards humanity.

Chorus

Only the Creator has pity on mankind,

the Creator holds for them endless affection.

Only the Creator can bestow mercy on mankind

and cherish all of His creation.

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

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