912 No One Can Supersede God’s Authority

Verse 1

Before mankind appeared in the world,

God used His power to create all things.

With His unique ways He made man’s habitat,

for soon He would give His breath to him.


Verse 2

God’s authority was shown in all creatures,

in the great seas, heav’ns, lights, and the land,

in those as small as animals and birds,

microorganisms and insects.


Chorus

When God started creating all things,

His power began to be revealed.

God’s words created, maintained all things.

This is His unique authority.


Verse 3

Each was given life by the words of God,

each multiplied because of His words,

each lived under God’s sovereignty

all because of the Creator’s words.


Verse 4

God’s power gives life to static things,

so that they will never disappear,

gives living beings instinct to multiply,

so they’ll live and pass on their laws of survival.


Chorus

When God started creating all things,

His power began to be revealed.

God’s words created, maintained all things.

This is His unique authority.


Verse 5

The way God exerts His power is not fixed

to forms, nor macro or micro views.

He commands the motions of the universe

and rules over all things’ life and death.


Verse 6

God maneuvers all things so they serve Him,

rules the workings of mountains, rivers, lakes.

He governs all that is within them,

and provides all that’s needed by all things.


Bridge

This shows God’s unique authority

amongst all things besides mankind.

Such a manifestation will not cease.

It is not just for a lifetime.

No one, nothing can change or ruin it,

nor can they reduce or add to it.

For none can replace the Creator’s identity.


Chorus

When God started creating all things,

His power began to be revealed.

God’s words created, maintained all things.

This is His unique authority.


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

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