20 The Countenance of the Kingdom’s King Is Glorious Beyond Compare

Verse 1

God has a new start on the earth,

and He is glorified on earth.

Due to the final beautiful scene,

God conveys passion in His heart.

Following rhythms of His heart,

the waters dance and mountains dart,

the waves beat on the rocky reefs.

It is hard for God to speak His heart.

What God has planned is what He’s done,

and by God it was predestined.

It’s what God makes people behold

and wants them to experience.

Chorus

The prospect of the kingdom so beautiful it is.

The kingdom’s King is victor.

From head to toe no trace of blood or of flesh,

all of Him sacred.

Verse 2

Like the beloved in Song of Songs,

He’s beautiful, more than the saints,

higher than the ancient saints.

He’s the exemplar among human race.

He’s incomparable to man,

man is not fit to look upon Him.

His countenance cannot be attained,

not His appearance nor His image.

His body glows with sacred glory,

untainted by human ideas.

From head to toe His body brims

with heaven’s aura, righteousness.

A charming fragrance flows out,

a charming fragrance flows out.

Chorus

The prospect of the kingdom so beautiful it is.

The kingdom’s King is victor.

From head to toe no trace of blood or of flesh,

all of Him sacred, all of Him sacred, all of Him sacred.

Adapted from “Chapter 12” of Interpretations of the Mysteries of God’s Words to the Entire Universe in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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