277 Those Who Provoke God’s Disposition Must Be Punished

Verse 1

God does not partake

in the politics of man,

yet He controls the fate of a nation,

the world and the universe.

The fate of man and God’s plan

are deeply connected.

No nation or man is free

from the rule of God.


Chorus

All who want to know their fate

must come before God.

Follow and worship Him,

and He will make you prosper.

Those who resist, reject Him

shall fall and perish.


Verse 2

Recall in the Bible

when God destroyed Sodom,

and how Lot’s wife

became a pillar of salt,

and how the people of Nineveh

repented their sins

in ashes and sackcloth.


Chorus

All who want to know their fate

must come before God.

Follow and worship Him,

and He will make you prosper.

Those who resist, reject Him

shall fall and perish.


Verse 3

Remember the Jews

who nailed Jesus to the cross

2,000 years ago.

Recall the consequences.

They were expelled from Israel,

scattered around the world.

Many found death,

their nation destroyed,

like nothing that happened before.


Bridge

They nailed God to the cross

and provoked God’s disposition.

They paid for what they did.

They condemned God,

so their only fate was to face His punishment.

This was the consequence, the bitter disaster

their rulers brought upon their country and nation.


Chorus

All who want to know their fate

must come before God.

Follow and worship Him,

and He will make you prosper.

Those who resist, reject Him

shall fall and perish.


Adapted from “God Presides Over the Fate of All Mankind” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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