9 Almighty God Has Been Seated on the Glorious Throne

Intro

The triumphant King sits on His throne, redemption done.

He leads His people to appear in glory.

He holds the universe in His own hands.

With wisdom and might, He’s built Zion, made it firm.

Verse 1

With His majesty, He judges the evil world,

all peoples, the earth, seas, all living things in them,

judges those who are drunk with promiscuity.

He’ll be angry with them and show His majesty.

Verse 2

With instant judgment, His wrath will consume their crimes.

Calamity will befall them anytime.

There will be nowhere to hide or to escape.

They will weep, gnash their teeth and meet their destruction.

The triumphant beloved sons of God

will surely stay in Zion, never to leave.

All will listen to His voice and heed His deeds,

and their voices of praise for Him will never cease.

Verse 3

The one true God has already appeared!

We shall be certain of Him and follow closely.

The end of the world’s unfolding before us.

Renounce your love for the secular world and wealth.

Be free from attachment to your spouse and children.

Renounce your views and prejudices you’ve kept.

Wake up, time’s short! Look to God, let Him take control!

Don’t be cast aside like Lot’s wife, so sad!

Wake up! Wake up! Wake up!

Adapted from “Chapter 3” of Utterances of Christ in the Beginning in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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