154 Satan Can Change Nothing Under God’s Authority

Verse 1

For how many years, thousands of years,

has Satan been corrupting man,

wrought so much evil.

Generations, one by one deceived by it.

Oh, how many crimes, horrendous crimes

has Satan done throughout this world.

Stirred man to fight God, abused, tricked man,

sought to ruin God’s management plan.


Chorus

Though Satan walks among things created by God,

it cannot, not even slightly, change people or things.

Though Satan walks among things created by God,

not one thing can it change.

Nothing changes under God’s commands.

Not one thing can it change.

Nothing changes under God’s commands.


Verse 2

Under the authority of God,

all things still abide by His rules.

All living creatures still submit to

laws that were laid down by God.

Compared to God’s great authority,

Satan’s evil nature is vile,

rampant and ugly, despicable,

so small and so vulnerable.


Chorus

Though Satan walks among things created by God,

it cannot, not even slightly, change people or things.

Though Satan walks among things created by God,

not one thing can it change.

Nothing changes under God’s commands.

Not one thing can it change.

Nothing changes under God’s commands.


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

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