973 All God Says and Does Is the Truth

Verse 1

With regard to the evil nature of Satan

and to the corrupt disposition of mankind,

God never argues or bickers with anyone,

or makes a fuss when people do ignorant things.

God’s own views are never similar to man’s.

You won’t see Him use man’s viewpoints or their knowledge;

He won’t use their science or philosophy

or even their imagination to handle things.

Chorus

Every single thing that God does

and everything that He reveals is connected to truth.

Every word He has ever said,

every action He has taken, they all concern the truth.

Verse 2

This truth and these words are not some baseless fantasy;

they’re expressed by God from His essence and His life.

Because the essence of everything God has done

as well as the words He has said is truth,

we can say that God’s substance is holy.

All God says and does brings man vitality and light,

allowing them to see positive things,

pointing the way so they may walk the correct path.

Pre-chorus

These things are determined because of God’s essence

and due to the essence of His holiness.

Chorus

Every single thing that God does

and everything that He reveals is connected to truth.

Every word He has ever said,

every action He has taken, they all concern the truth.

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

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