255 The Consequences of Evading Judgment

Verse 1

Do you understand what is judgment and truth?

If so, then God exhorts you to submit to judgment.

Otherwise you’ll lose the chance to be commended by God,

or to be brought by Him into His kingdom.


Chorus

God shall not spare a traitor who

claimed loyalty to Him but then betrayed.

Those like this will be punished

in their spirit, soul and body.

Is this not the revelation of God’s righteousness,

God’s purpose to judge and reveal man?


Verse 2

Those who only accept judgment but can never be purified,

those who flee during judgment work are forever rejected by God.

Their sins are more and worse than the Pharisees’,

for they have betrayed God and are rebels against Him.


Bridge

Such men who are not worthy even to serve,

shall receive worse punishment lasting forever.


Chorus

God shall not spare a traitor who

claimed loyalty to Him but then betrayed.

Those like this will be punished

in their spirit, soul and body.

Is this not the revelation of God’s righteousness,

God’s purpose to judge and reveal man?


Adapted from “Christ Does the Work of Judgment With the Truth” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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