917 All Things Live and Perish by God’s Authority

Verse 1

“The authority of God”

means that it is up to God.

God has the right to decide

just how something will be done,

and it is done in whatever way He wishes.

God decides the law of all things.

This law is not up to man

and man cannot alter it.

Can’t be moved by the will of man,

but it is changed by God’s thoughts, wisdom and orders.

Pre-chorus

This is a fact undeniable to any man.

Chorus

No person, no object

can change the laws of all things

or the course by which they function.

They came into being

by the authority of God,

and perish because of the same.

This is the very authority of God.

Verse 2

The heavens, earth and all things,

the universe, the starry sky,

the four seasons of the year,

things invisible, things clear,

they all exist, they all function and they all change,

without the slightest error,

under God’s authority,

according to His orders

and to God’s commandments, too,

to all His laws of the beginning of creation.

Pre-chorus

This is a fact undeniable to any man.

Chorus

No person, no object

can change the laws of all things

or the course by which they function.

They came into being

by the authority of God,

and perish because of the same.

This is the very authority of God.

This is the very authority of God.

Adapted from “God Himself, the Unique I” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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