210 Mankind Has Ceased to Be What God Wants

Intro

Mankind’s evolved over many years

to where they are today.

But the mankind of God’s original creation

has long sunk into decadence.


Verse 1

People don’t believe in God’s existence,

nor welcome His coming, nor welcome His coming.

They grudgingly agree to His requests,

not truly share life’s joys, sorrows with Him.

Since people view God as inscrutable,

they pretend to smile at Him,

showing an attitude of fawning over Him,

’cause they don’t know God’s work or will.


Chorus

Humanity’s no longer what God wants.

They don’t deserve the name “mankind.”

Instead they’re the scum Satan’s taken captive,

walking corpses housing Satan.


Verse 2

God will honestly say, when the day comes,

anyone who worships Him, who worships Him

will suffer easier than you’ll have to suffer.

Since your faith’s less than Job or Pharisees,

and so, if the day of fire descends,

your suffering will be more grave

than the Pharisees, and leaders who opposed Moses,

and Sodom when being destroyed.


Chorus

Humanity’s no longer what God wants.

They don’t deserve the name “mankind.”

Instead they’re the scum Satan’s taken captive,

walking corpses housing Satan.

Humanity’s no longer what God wants.

They don’t deserve the name “mankind.”

Instead they’re the scum Satan’s taken captive,

walking corpses housing Satan.


Adapted from “What It Means to Be a Real Person” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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