242 Rejecting Christ of the Last Days Is Blaspheming the Holy Spirit

Verse 1

Can you discern the way of truth?

And guarantee you’ll not oppose Christ?

Can you follow the work of the Holy Spirit?

Those who didn’t know the Messiah could oppose Jesus.

Those who don’t understand Jesus

can reject and revile Him,

seeing His return as deceit of Satan.

And more shall condemn Jesus returned to flesh.

Pre-chorus 1

Doesn’t this make you afraid?

You face blaspheming the Holy Spirit,

ruining His words to the churches,

spurning all Jesus’ words.

Chorus 1

What can you gain from Jesus

if you are so confused?

Will you know His work in His return

if you refuse to see your errors?

Verse 2

People who don’t receive the truth

yet await Jesus on a cloud

will surely blaspheme the Spirit.

They are the ones who’ll be destroyed.

You wish for Jesus’ grace,

merely wanting heaven’s bliss,

yet you’ve never obeyed His words,

nor received His truth when He returns.

Pre-chorus 2

What will you have to offer

when Jesus returns on a white cloud?

The sincerity of your confessions

when you just sin time and again?

Chorus 2

What will you sacrifice to Him?

The years of work you exalt yourself with?

How will you get Him to trust you,

so arrogant, defying all truth,

so arrogant, defying all truth?

Adapted from “By the Time You Behold the Spiritual Body of Jesus, God Will Have Made Heaven and Earth Anew” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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