554 Your Indifference Will Destroy You

Verse 1

You should not be passive or inactive;

improve at pursuing positive things,

also overcome your own weaknesses,

so that you may gain and live out the truth.


Pre-chorus

There’s nothing scary about your weaknesses.

Your shortcomings are not your biggest problem.

Your lack of desire to seek the truth

and your apathy are the greatest issues.


Chorus

Don’t be a passive follower of God,

don’t pursue that which makes you curious.

By being apathetic, you will see

you will ruin yourself and delay your life.


Verse 2

Your biggest problem is your cowardice,

with which you’re content with things and passive.

This is your greatest obstacle

and your greatest enemy in pursuing truth.


Pre-chorus

There’s nothing scary about your weaknesses.

Your shortcomings are not your biggest problem.

Your lack of desire to seek the truth

and your apathy are the greatest issues.


Chorus

Don’t be a passive follower of God,

don’t pursue that which makes you curious.

By being apathetic, you will see

you will ruin yourself and delay your life.


Adapted from “The Experiences of Peter: His Knowledge of Chastisement and Judgment” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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