726 A Created Being Should Be at the Mercy of God

Verse 1

No matter what God asks of you, give it your all.

Show your loyalty to Him only till the very end.

If you see Him on the throne with a delighted smile

on that day you leave this world behind,

you can laugh with joy as you close your eyes.


Chorus

What can you do for God, oh, created one?

Give yourself to His mercy.

As long as God is happy and satisfied,

let Him do as He desires.

How could one complain inside?


Verse 2

As long as you are here on earth, with all your might,

do your final duty for God, satisfy Him, oh.

Like Peter, who loved God to the death,

was crucified for the sake of Him.

With all that you do, satisfy Him.


Chorus

What can you do for God, oh, created one?

Give yourself to His mercy.

As long as God is happy and satisfied,

let Him do as He desires.

How could one complain inside? Oh.

Let Him do as He desires,

give yourself to His mercy. Oh.

What can you do for God, oh, created one?

Give yourself to His mercy.

As long as God is happy and satisfied,

let Him do as He desires.

How could one complain inside?


Adapted from “Chapter 41” of Interpretations of the Mysteries of God’s Words to the Entire Universe in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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