149 The Status and Identity of God Himself

Verse 1

God’s identity is Creator, Ruler.

He is unique amongst all things, all that there is.

None of God’s creatures, man or spiritual,

can portray, replace His status or identity.


Verse 2

For there exists only one among all things

with this identity, authority, power,

and ability to rule over all things.

It’s the only One: Our unique God Himself.


Chorus

God rules and reigns over all things.

He created, administers, and provides for all there is.

God rules and reigns.

This is His status and identity.


Verse 3

He lives and He moves among all there is.

He can rise up high and be above all things.

He can humble Himself to become a man,

becoming one among those of flesh and blood.


Verse 4

He meets people, shares in their joys and sorrows.

He commands all things, decides their fate.

He decides the direction in which they move.

He guides the fate and direction of mankind.


Chorus

God rules and reigns over all things.

He created, administers, and provides for all there is.

God rules and reigns.

This is His status and identity.


Bridge

All living beings should worship, obey, know this God.

The only necessary choice for all men

is to believe in, follow and revere God,

to accept His rule and plan for their fate.


Chorus

God rules and reigns over all things.

He created, administers, and provides for all there is.

God rules and reigns.

This is His status and identity.


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

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