168 I Wish to See the Day of God’s Glory

1 Today I accept God’s judgment and purification, tomorrow I’ll receive His blessings. I’m willing to give my youth and offer up my life to see the day of God’s glory. Oh, God’s love has enchanted my heart. He works and expresses the truth, bestowing new life upon me. I’m willing to drink from the bitter cup and suffer to gain the truth. I will endure humiliation without complaint, I wish to spend my life repaying God’s kindness.

2 I’ll give my love and loyalty to God and complete my mission to glorify God. I’m determined to stand firm in testimony to God, and never give in to Satan. Oh, my head may break and blood may flow, but the mettle of God’s people can’t be lost. God’s exhortations rest on the heart, I determine to humiliate Satan the devil. Pain and hardships are predestined by God, I will endure humiliation to be faithful to Him. I will never again cause God to shed tears or worry.

3 God’s words give me faith and strength, I will steadfastly follow God to the end. I will always proclaim and testify to the gospel of God till my very last breath. Oh, I praise God heartily, and offer up a new song and dance. I open up and speak from the heart, I offer my sincerity to God. My heart will forever be with God. When the day of God’s glory comes, we’ll gather around the throne and joyfully dance, we’ll enjoy eternal rest in the new heaven and new earth.

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