363 Christ of the Last Days Reveals the Mystery of God’s Management Plan

Verse 1

As for the visions of the work

in God’s six-thousand-year plan,

no one can gain insight of them,

they’re mysteries to man.


Verse 2

No matter how much knowledge

of the Bible man may show,

it remains nothing more than words,

for its essence man doesn’t know.


Chorus

This six-thousand-year work

is more mysterious than all prophecies.

It’s remained the greatest mystery

since the dawn of creation.

Not one of the prophets

throughout all the world’s ages

could fathom this mystery,

revealed only in the last days.


Verse 3

In reading the Bible,

man may understand some truths,

explain some words, or analyze chapters,

but the meaning won’t come through.


Verse 4

For all man sees are dead words,

not Jesus’ or Jehovah’s work.

Man can’t unravel

the mystery of all Their work.


Bridge

The six-thousand-year plan

is the greatest mystery,

so puzzling to man,

hidden so profoundly.

No one can grasp God’s will

unless He Himself explains

and reveals it all to man,

or riddles they’ll remain.


Pre-chorus

Never mind those of religion;

if you hadn’t been told of it,

then you wouldn’t know it either.


Chorus

This six-thousand-year work

is more mysterious than all prophecies.

It’s remained the greatest mystery

since the dawn of creation.

Not one of the prophets

throughout all the world’s ages

could fathom this mystery,

revealed only in the last days.


Adapted from “The Mystery of the Incarnation (4)” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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