921 All Creation Must Come Under God’s Dominion

Verse 1

God created all things,

and so He makes all creation

come under His rule,

and submit to His dominion.

He commands all things,

controlling them in His hands.

Living things, mountains, rivers and man

must all come under His rule.

Chorus

Things in the skies and on the earth

must all come under His dominion.

All must submit, without any choice.

This is God’s decree and His authority.

Verse 2

God created all things,

and so He makes all creation

come under His rule,

and submit to His dominion.

Everything is commanded by God.

He orders and ranks all things,

each classed according to kind and

by God’s will allotted their positioning.

Chorus

Things in the skies and on the earth

must all come under His dominion.

All must submit, without any choice.

This is God’s decree and His authority.

Bridge

No matter how great a thing is,

it will never be able to surpass God.

All things serve God-created mankind,

none dare defy or make demands of God.

Outro

Man, a creature of God, must also keep his duty.

Whether the master or caretaker of all things,

however high his status,

a small human under God’s rule he still is,

an insignificant human being, a creature of God.

Never will he be above God.

Adapted from “Success or Failure Depends on the Path That Man Walks” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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