903 God’s Authority Is Unique

Verse 1

God’s authority is unique;

it’s His special expression and essence,

which no other beings possess,

created or non-created.

The Creator alone has such power,

God the Unique has this substance.

Chorus

God created everything,

He holds dominion over them all.

He controls not just some planets,

not only part of creation or all mankind.

But He holds all in His mighty hands,

great or small, visible or not,

from the stars to the tiny cells,

and all beings that exist in other forms.

This is precisely what is meant

by the “everything” that God controls.

Verse 2

God’s authority seems hard to fathom,

but it’s not abstract at all.

It’s with man in each minute and each day,

man can see and feel how real it is.

This real fact proves God’s power is there;

it makes man grasp only God has such power.

Chorus

God created everything,

He holds dominion over them all.

He controls not just some planets,

not only part of creation or all mankind.

But He holds all in His mighty hands,

great or small, visible or not,

from the stars to the tiny cells,

and all beings that exist in other forms.

This is precisely what is meant

by the “everything” that God controls.

Outro

This is the realm where God wields His power,

the scope of His sovereignty and rule.

Adapted from “God Himself, the Unique III” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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