979 What God Thinks of Man’s Deeds

Intro

God hopes you prepare enough good deeds

for your own destination,

then God will be pleased.

If not, no one can escape the coming disaster.

Verse 1

God begins and controls the disaster.

If you are not good in the eyes of God,

then you will not escape the suffering.

Amidst tribulation, your deeds were not

considered completely appropriate.

For your faith and love were hollow,

you were only timid or tough.

And God judged you as only good or bad.

Chorus

God must tell you this: Whoever breaks His heart

never shall receive mercy a second time,

all faithful to Him forever shall remain in His heart.

Verse 2

Your acts and expressions still concern God;

this is how He will determine your end.

But there is one thing God must make clear:

He will no longer be merciful

to those disloyal through tribulation;

He loathes anyone who’s betrayed Him once

and rejects those who’ve betrayed friends.

This is God’s disposition for all.

Chorus

God must tell you this: Whoever breaks His heart

never shall receive mercy a second time,

all faithful to Him forever shall remain in His heart.

Adapted from “Prepare Sufficient Good Deeds for Your Destination” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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