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155. No One Can Fathom God’s Authority and Power

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155. No One Can Fathom God’s Authority and Power

I

Once the words of God are uttered, His authority takes command

and what He has promised becomes true step by step.

Changes start to happen in everything around.

These are the miracles out of the Creator’s hands.

It’s like when spring comes: grass turns green, flowers bloom,

buds sprout, and birds sing; people fill the fields.

God’s authority and power, unconstrained by time,

by place, person, and matter, nor by anything.

His authority and power, man cannot imagine.

They feel it hard to fathom or fully understand.

II

When God completes His promise, all things in heaven and earth

renew and change according to His thoughts.

When He gives His promise, all things serve its fulfillment.

All creatures are arranged under His dominion.

Each one plays their own part; each serves their own function.

This manifests God’s authority.

It’s like when spring comes: grass turns green, flowers bloom,

buds sprout, and birds sing; people fill the fields.

God’s authority and power, unconstrained by time,

by place, person, and matter, nor by anything.

His authority and power, man cannot imagine.

They feel it hard to fathom or fully understand.

III

Each display of authority is a perfect demonstration

of the words He has spoken, shown to all men and all things.

Everything accomplished by His authority,

beautiful beyond compare and utterly flawless.

It’s like when spring comes: grass turns green, flowers bloom,

buds sprout, and birds sing; people fill the fields.

God’s authority and power, unconstrained by time,

by place, person, and matter, nor by anything.

His authority and power, man cannot imagine.

They feel it hard to fathom or fully understand.

IV

His thoughts, His words, His work, authority,

all form a picture, beautiful, incomparable.

For all created beings, human language cannot

clearly explain its value and significance.

God’s authority and power, unconstrained by time,

by place, person, and matter, nor by anything.

His authority and power, man cannot imagine.

They feel it hard to fathom or fully understand.

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

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