306 Corrupt Mankind Is Unworthy to See Christ

Verse 1

You always wish to see Christ,

but God urges you to not

hold yourselves in such high esteem.

Anyone may see Christ but

God says no one’s fit to,

for man brims with evil,

arrogance and rebellion.


Verse 2

The moment you see Christ,

your nature will destroy you;

you will surely be

condemned to death.

Your notions root, arrogance sprouts,

and rebellion bears figs.

How can such humanity

associate with Christ?


Bridge 1

Can you always treat Him as God?

Will you truly submit to God?

You worship the God in your heart as Jehovah

while seeing Christ as man.


Verse 3

Your sense is lacking,

humanity too debased!

Only occasionally you look

to Christ as God.

It’s why God calls you unbelievers,

a posse of accomplices

who fight against Christ.


Verse 4

If you see God before judgment,

you’ll become His enemy,

destined for destruction,

as man’s born hostile to God.

All men have been subjected

to Satan’s corruption.

Nothing good will come of man

reaching for God in this state.


Bridge 2

His actions and words

will expose him at every turn.

His rebellion will be revealed

in every single way.


Outro

Unknowingly, man comes to oppose Christ,

deceiving and forsaking Him.

If it continues, he’ll be punished.


Adapted from “Those Who Are Incompatible With Christ Are Surely Opponents of God” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

Previous: 305 You’re Unworthy to Contact God With Such Sense

Next: 307 Is This Your Faith?

The world is beset by catastrophe in the last days. What warning does this give to us? And how can we be protected by God amid disasters? Join us for our topical sermon, which will tell you the answers.
Connect with us on Messenger
Contact us via WhatsApp

Related Content

967 God’s Essence Is Holy

Verse 1There is no deceit in God, there is no falsity.There is only sincerity and faithfulness.Man cannot see one trace of Satan’s corrupt...

358 How Could God Not Be Sad?

Verse 1God has tasted sweet, sour, bitter, pungent,every taste of the human experience.He comes in the wind, He goes in the rain.He’s...

Settings

  • Text
  • Themes

Solid Colors

Themes

Fonts

Font Size

Line Spacing

Line Spacing

Page Width

Contents

Search

  • Search This Text
  • Search This Book