30 All Mysteries Have Been Unveiled

Chorus

Almighty God of righteousness—the Almighty!

In You, nothing is hidden.

Each mystery, eternity to eternity,

that no man has revealed, in You is manifest and clear.


Verse 1

No need to seek and grope,

for Your person is manifest,

You’re the mystery revealed,

You’re the practical God Himself,

face to face with us,

to see Your person is to see

all mysteries of the spiritual realm.

No one could imagine!

You’re among us today,

within us, too close to describe.

The mystery, infinite!


Chorus

Almighty God of righteousness—the Almighty!

In You, nothing is hidden.

Each mystery, eternity to eternity,

that no man has revealed, in You is manifest and clear.


Verse 2

Almighty God has finished

His management plan.

He is the victorious King of the universe.

All matters and things are in His hands.

All people kneel in worship,

calling out the true God’s name, the Almighty!

By the words from His mouth,

all things are done.


Chorus

Almighty God of righteousness—the Almighty!

In You, nothing is hidden.

Each mystery, eternity to eternity,

that no man has revealed, in You is manifest and clear.

Almighty God of righteousness—the Almighty!

In You, nothing is hidden.

Each mystery, eternity to eternity,

that no man has revealed, in You is manifest and clear,

whoa, that no man has revealed, in You is manifest and clear.


Adapted from The Word, Vol. 1. The Appearance and Work of God. Utterances of Christ in the Beginning, Chapter 47

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