791 Know God Through His Sovereignty Over All Things

Verse 1

The understanding of God people have

reflects God’s place in their hearts.

The scale of people’s knowledge of God

affects where He’s held in their hearts.

If the God that you know is empty and vague,

the God you believe in is too.

God is defined by the scope of your life,

and the God you know is not true.

Chorus

So knowing all God’s actions, His reality,

His deeds among creation, what He has and is,

His mastery and power, His true identity,

all who would know God should know such things.

Ability to enter into reality

depends on understanding these aspects of God.

Verse 2

If you limit your understanding of God

to words and your experience,

to what you determine is God’s grace,

your own little testimonies,

then the God you believe in will not be true.

One could say He’s imaginary.

For the one true God rules over everything,

and He’s the Manager of all things.

Bridge

In His hands the true God holds

the fate of every man and thing.

His work and deeds aren’t limited

to those who follow Him.

His deeds are clearly shown

for all to see among all things,

and in all things’ survival

and in all things’ laws of change.

Chorus

So knowing all God’s actions, His reality,

His deeds among creation, what He has and is,

His mastery and power, His true identity,

all who would know God should know such things.

Ability to enter into reality

depends on understanding these aspects of God.

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

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