953 The Scene of God’s Wrath

Verse 1

When God shows His great wrath, the whole world will suffer

different disasters, like volcanoes erupting.

Standing above, it can be seen that on earth

calamity is closing in, day by day, closer to mankind.


Chorus

Fiery water rushing forth, lava flowing everywhere.

From high above the earth looks like

the scene before an earthquake.

No creature will escape.

Mountains shift, cold light glitters, the world sinks into fire.

God’s judgment has come.

This is the scene of God’s wrath.

This is the scene of God’s wrath.


Verse 2

War and conflict are not needed to destroy the world,

all will lie in, in the cradle of God’s punishment.

They will pass through this one by one.

No one will be able to escape His judgment, no.


Chorus

Fiery water rushing forth, lava flowing everywhere.

From high above the earth looks like

the scene before an earthquake.

No creature will escape.

Mountains shift, cold light glitters, the world sinks into fire.

God’s judgment has come.

This is the scene of God’s wrath.

This is the scene of God’s wrath.

This is the scene of God’s wrath.

This is the scene of God’s wrath.


Adapted from “Chapter 18” of Interpretations of the Mysteries of God’s Words to the Entire Universe in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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