133 We Must One Day Meet Again

Verse 1

When we’re with God, we laugh, we smile—it’s so sweet.

God speaks to water us and bestows upon us the truth.

God’s words in our hearts engraved, engraved,

so much affection with God we share, we share.

God will leave us soon, His work is about to end.

I haven’t yet repaid His love and kindness.


Chorus 1

Oh God! Almighty God! Oh God! Almighty God!

You’re about to go; how could I not be in sorrow?


Verse 2

I think of my debts—like with a knife, my heart’s been cut.

I have hurt You so much; I’ll always regret being careless, rebellious.

You discipline me over and over, awaken my numbness over and over.

Judgment rids me of corruption, I live out a human likeness.

With Your cleansing, salvation, my heart draws so close to You.


Chorus 2

Oh God! Almighty God! Oh God! Almighty God!

You’re about to depart; I can’t forget all that we’ve shared.


Verse 3

You’re returning to Zion, and we ache to be with You again.

Though we’ll be far apart, we must one day meet again.

Your words are with us, on us engraved.

We long for Your love, in our hearts engraved.

Your disposition—holy, righteous, worthy of our praise.

We must keep Your commissions, bear Your witness all our days.


Chorus 3

Oh God! Almighty God, Your love, Almighty God,

is on our hearts engraved, we’ll love You for all our days.

Oh God! Almighty God, Your love, Almighty God,

is on our hearts engraved, we’ll love You for all our days.

Previous: 132 The Reluctance of Parting

Next: 134 May I Forever Be With God

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

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