161 Humanity’s Only Path to Enter Into Rest

Verse 1

Those who stand firm during God’s final cleansing

by chastisement and judgment will enter into the final rest.

Those who have broken free from Satan’s influence

will be obtained by God and enter the final rest.


Chorus

The essence of judgment and chastisement

is to cleanse man for his final rest.

Without this work,

people won’t be able to follow their own kind.

It’s the only way to enter rest.


Verse 2

Only this cleansing removes unrighteousness.

This chastisement and judgment

brings light to man’s disobedience,

thereby separating the saved from the damned,

and those who will remain from those who will not.


Chorus

The essence of judgment and chastisement

is to cleanse man for his final rest.

Without this work,

people won’t be able to follow their own kind.

It’s the only way to enter rest.


Verse 3

In the end God will punish evil and reward good

to fully cleanse mankind and take them to eternal rest.

This is the last and crucial stage to complete God’s work.

If the wicked do remain, then mankind can’t enter rest.


Bridge

Once He’s done, the whole of humanity will be holy,

and God can then live peacefully in rest.


Chorus

The essence of judgment and chastisement

is to cleanse man for his final rest.

Without this work,

people won’t be able to follow their own kind.

It’s the only way to enter rest.

It’s the only way to enter rest.


Adapted from “God and Man Will Enter Into Rest Together” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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