165 No One Is Aware of God’s Arrival

Chorus

No one’s aware of God’s arrival,

no man welcomes His coming.

And furthermore, nobody knows

all the things He’ll be doing.

Verse 1

Man’s life remains unchanged;

his heart is just the same,

as usual the days go by.

God lives among us

as a meager follower, a common believer.

He has His own pursuits, goals,

and divinity common men don’t possess.

None’s noticed its existence,

or perceived the difference between

God’s and man’s substance.

Chorus

No one’s aware of God’s arrival,

no man welcomes His coming.

And furthermore, nobody knows

all the things He’ll be doing.

Verse 2

We all live joined with Him,

unconstrained, not afraid,

for He’s just a meager believer in our eyes.

Our moves are watched by Him,

our thoughts laid bare to Him.

Chorus

No one’s aware of God’s arrival,

no man welcomes His coming.

And furthermore, nobody knows

all the things He’ll be doing.

Bridge

None takes interest in God’s existence,

nor imagines His function.

No one guesses who He is.

We just continue our pursuits,

as if God has nothing, nothing to do with us,

as if God has nothing, nothing to do with us.

Chorus

No one’s aware of God’s arrival,

no man welcomes His coming.

And furthermore, nobody knows

all the things He’ll be doing.

Adapted from “Beholding the Appearance of God in His Judgment and Chastisement” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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