71 The Greatest Happiness Is Truly Loving God

Verse 1

We’ve finally heard God’s voice

and been raised before His throne.

We eat and drink and enjoy God’s words,

we live within His light.

Fellowshiping on the truth

and sharing our experiences,

our hearts are full of joy.

Experiencing God’s words

and understanding the truth,

our spirits are released and feel bright.

Chorus

Undergoing the judgment of God’s words,

being cleansed, we have become new men.

We seek the truth to gain new life.

Truly loving God is the greatest happiness.

Verse 2

Undergoing judgment before Christ’s seat,

we’ve seen the truth of mankind’s corruption.

God’s words are a double-edged sword,

piercing our souls and hearts.

Understanding the truth and knowing ourselves,

we have a path for entering life.

Seeing into our satanic nature and essence,

we’ve resolved to repent and begin a new start.

Chorus

Undergoing the judgment of God’s words,

being cleansed, we have become new men.

We seek the truth to gain new life.

Truly loving God is the greatest happiness.

Verse 3

Truly loving God and performing our duties,

we will certainly be blessed by God.

We forsake everything to follow Him

and bear a resounding witness.

We set our resolve before God,

we swear on our lives to be faithful till the end.

Mockery, slander, oppression, or adversity

will never interfere with our progress.

Chorus

Undergoing the judgment of God’s words,

being cleansed, we have become new men.

We seek the truth to gain new life.

Truly loving God is the greatest happiness.

Truly loving God is the greatest happiness.

Truly loving God is the greatest happiness.

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