958 God’s Principles for Action Do Not Change

Verse 1

To those who are good, God is gracious and kind.

To those, the wicked, remorseless punishment assigned.

And for all living beings,

the right arrangements designed,

according to human world’s needs at different times,

born anew based on the roles they play,

moving between material and spiritual worlds,

in an orderly and methodical way.

Pre-chorus 1

In both the spiritual and material worlds,

the principles by which God acts do not change.

They have always been the same

in His handling of all things.

Chorus

God is conscientious and responsible

in all He handles and manages,

ruling over all the things He’s created, never being careless.

Verse 2

He is kind to the proper, even if they don’t believe.

To those in religion doing good and no evil,

He saves opportunities,

allowing them to play their roles

in everything and all that He controls.

Among His followers and chosen people too,

He treats them by His principles,

never partial to anyone.

Pre-chorus 2

He is kind to all who follow Him sincerely,

and loves those who follow Him truly.

But for those of faith, unbelievers and chosen ones,

what He bestows upon them varies.

Chorus

God is conscientious and responsible

in all He handles and manages,

ruling over all the things He’s created, never being careless.

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

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