244 Defying God Can Only End in Punishment

Verse 1

God has worked for several thousand years,

and passed through several ages,

to complete His management

that He designed to save mankind.


Pre-chorus 1

He wishes least to see when people,

whom He saves, defy Him,

even less to be betrayed

by those who once enjoyed His grace.


Chorus

Defying God ends in punishment.

No one can escape it.

It is God’s disposition,

the best way to deal with evil.

Blaspheming and betraying God

ends in punishment.

It was so before, it is so now,

it will be so in the future.

This is an eternal truth.


Bridge

All He does, He does to save more people,

to gain more people of His mind

who understand His will,

so they can enter His kingdom

and enjoy His promises.


Verse 2

Thus, defiance in His family

is the thing He most abhors.

What else can God do but punish

and curse those who oppose Him?


Pre-chorus 2

What better stance is there to take

towards people who defy Him?

What choice do those people have

than to accept His punishment?


Chorus

Defying God ends in punishment.

No one can escape it.

It is God’s disposition,

the best way to deal with evil.

Blaspheming and betraying God

ends in punishment.

It was so before, it is so now,

it will be so in the future.

This is an eternal truth.


Adapted from Afterword to Classic Examples of Punishment for Resisting Almighty God

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