292 People Don’t Know God’s Salvation

Intro

God’s purpose in coming to the world

is to save the whole of mankind

and bring them back to His household,

and reunite heaven with earth.

Man shall convey “signals” between them,

for this is the function of man.


Verse 1

At the time when God created mankind,

He had made everything ready for them.

Then according to His requirements,

He allowed mankind to have His bounty.

It’s under His guidance man has reached today.

And all of this is His own plan.


Verse 2

Many live under God’s love’s protection.

And many live in His hate’s chastisements.

Though people pray to God and plead with Him,

they’re unable to change their current lives.

Once they have lost hope, then all they can do

is let nature take its course and obey God.


Chorus

So many times, God has chastised man.

They regard it but then ignore it.

They don’t study nor think about it.

So God judges them without mercy.

This is just one way in which He works.

But it’s done to change man

and make them love Him.


Verse 3

Man hasn’t found the real life or seen through

the injustice and misery on earth.

Without the coming disasters,

most would cling to Mother Nature and taste “life.”

Isn’t this the true state of the world?

Is this not God’s voice of salvation?


Pre-chorus

Why has no one truly loved God?

Why do people only love Him

in chastisement and in trials,

but not under His protection?


Chorus

So many times, God has chastised man.

They regard it but then ignore it.

They don’t study nor think about it.

So God judges them without mercy.

This is just one way in which He works.

But it’s done to change man

and make them love Him.


Adapted from “Chapter 29” of God’s Words to the Entire Universe in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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