269 I Will Love God to Eternity

1 Oh God! Your words call me back to You, I accept training in Your kingdom day and night. So many times I was weak and negative, Your words soothed and supported me. So many times I fell into temptation, You wondrously saved and guided me. And so many times I was pursued and persecuted by the CCP, it was You who always protected and guided me in secret. You led me through many hardships and dangers. You kept me company through sufferings and tribulations. Only now do I see how real Your love is.


2 Oh God! Through judgment I’ve seen Your true love. I’ve seen Your righteous disposition is truly so beautiful. So many times I worked only for status, You pruned and dealt with me. So many times I was arrogant and self-conceited, You disciplined and smote me. Through trials and refinement I have learned to obey You. Growing up in Your word, I live out a human likeness. Oh God, I’ll love You for all time. Whether be blessed or cursed,

I’ll obey Your sovereignty and arrangement. I’ll give You my true love, and will not let You wait. I’ll give You my pure love, and let You enjoy my love. I’ll give You all my love, and let You gain my love. I will love You for all time. To satisfy You is my wish.

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