258 The Embodiment of God’s Life Force

Verse 1

All in this world must pass through life and death;

most have cycled through death and rebirth.

All who are living will die before long;

those who are dead will soon return.

Pre-chorus 1

This is the course of life God has arranged

for each living being that comes to this world.

Chorus

God uses His life to supply all things, both living and lifeless.

By virtue of His might and authority, He brings all to order.

This is a truth that cannot be conceived or comprehended.

It’s a manifestation and testament to God’s life force.

Verse 2

Through the course of life, He wants man to see

that God gives man life with no limit.

Man’s life is free of physicality;

it’s free of time and free of space.

Pre-chorus 2

Such is the mystery of God-given life,

and that proves that life came from Him.

Chorus

God uses His life to supply all things, both living and lifeless.

By virtue of His might and authority, He brings all to order.

This is a truth that cannot be conceived or comprehended.

It’s a manifestation and testament to God’s life force.

Bridge

Many may not believe life came from God,

but man never fails to enjoy all God gives,

whether or not they believe He exists.

Should God have a change of heart

and wish to reclaim the whole world

and take back the life that He gave,

then all shall be no more.

Chorus

God uses His life to supply all things, both living and lifeless.

By virtue of His might and authority, He brings all to order.

This is a truth that cannot be conceived or comprehended.

It’s a manifestation and testament to God’s life force.

Adapted from “God Is the Source of Man’s Life” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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