895 God’s Will for Mankind Will Never Change

Verse 1

God’s been in this world for many years,

but who knows Him?

No wonder God chastises people.

Seems God uses them as objects of His authority.

Seems they’re bullets in His gun,

and once He’s fired it, they’ll all escape one by one.

But this is not what is real, it’s their imagination.


Chorus

God loves people like His treasure,

since they’re the “capital” of His management.

He will not eliminate them.

He won’t change His will towards them.

He won’t change His will towards them.


Verse 2

God has always respected humans;

He hasn’t once exploited or traded them like slaves.

For He and man can’t part.

Thus a life and death bond is formed.

Between man and God, God loves, cherishes humans.

Though this isn’t mutual, God still spends efforts on them,

as to God they still look up.


Chorus

God loves people like His treasure,

since they’re the “capital” of His management.

He will not eliminate them.

He won’t change His will towards them.

He won’t change His will towards them.

He won’t change His will towards them.

He won’t change His will towards them.


Outro

Can they truly trust God’s oath? How can they satisfy God?

This is the task for all man, the “homework” God left for all.

It is God’s hope that they will all work hard to complete it.


Adapted from “Chapter 35” of God’s Words to the Entire Universe in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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