315 The Transcendence and Greatness of the Almighty

Verse 1

Fast as lightning, this world can change

always by God’s thoughts, always by God’s watch.

Things will come, things man never dreamed.

What they’ve long had may slip away.


Chorus

No one can fathom the footsteps of God.

No one can grasp the grandeur of His power.

Transcending, He perceives what man can’t see.

Though mankind turns Him away, He saves them still;

and this is the greatness of God.


Verse 2

He understands life and death, He knows the rules of life.

He’s the foundation for man’s life.

Great Redeemer, He resurrects man again.

Happy hearts He weighs down, sad hearts He lifts up.


Chorus

No one can fathom the footsteps of God.

No one can grasp the grandeur of His power.

Transcending, He perceives what man can’t see.

Though mankind turns Him away, He saves them still;

and this is the greatness of God.


Bridge

He does all this for the sake of His plan,

all this for the work of His hand.

He does all this for the sake of His plan,

all this for the work of His hand.


Chorus

No one can fathom the footsteps of God.

No one can grasp the grandeur of His power.

Transcending, He perceives what man can’t see.

Though mankind turns Him away, He saves them still;

and this is the greatness, this is the greatness,

this is the greatness of God.


Adapted from “The Sighing of the Almighty” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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