409 Who Is Capable of Knowing God When He Comes?

Intro

In God’s eyes, man is the ruler of all things.

God has given them lots of authority,

allowing them to manage all things on earth,

grass on mountains, creatures in woods, fish in the seas.


Verse 1

Yet instead of all this making man happy,

man is beset by lots of anxiety.

Their whole life’s filled with anguish, rushing about.

Nothing’s new, and fun adds to what is empty.


Verse 2

No one has been able to remove themselves,

none has removed themselves from this hollow life.

No one has discovered a life of meaning,

no one has ever experienced a real life.


Chorus

People of all religions, societies,

and all nations know the emptiness on earth.

And they all seek God and await His return.

But who is capable of knowing Him when He comes?


Bridge

Now man lives ’neath God’s light, but knows not heaven’s life.

If God’s not merciful and does not save man,

man’s come in vain, with meaningless lives on earth.

With nothing to be proud of, they’ll depart in vain.


Chorus

People of all religions, societies,

and all nations know the emptiness on earth.

And they all seek God and await His return.

But who is capable of knowing Him when He comes?


Adapted from “Chapter 25” of God’s Words to the Entire Universe in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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