569 How Will One’s Fate Work Out in the End?

Verse 1

You should know the things that are inside of you:

Is there a record of suffering for God?

Is there true faith and loyalty within you?

Have you truly submitted wholly to God?

If “no” is the answer to these questions,

if you find you truly do not have these things,

there remains within you disobedience,

and there is also greed, deceit and complaint.

Pre-chorus 1

Because your heart is far from honest,

it means you’ve never lived in the light.

It also means you’ve never received

positive recognition from God.

Chorus

How one’s fate will work out in the end

is going to depend on both of these things:

whether they have an honest and blood-red heart,

whether they have a pure soul inside of them.

Verse 2

If you’re someone who is very dishonest,

or if you’re someone with a heart of malice

or an unclean soul, then the record of your fate

is surely in the place where man is punished.

And if you claim to be very honest,

but your actions never accord with the truth,

and you are incapable of speaking truth,

why are you waiting for God to reward you?

Pre-chorus 2

Do you still hope for God to regard you

like you’re the apple of His eye?

Don’t you feel that it’s preposterous

for you to be thinking in this way?

Chorus

How one’s fate will work out in the end

is going to depend on both of these things:

whether they have an honest and blood-red heart,

whether they have a pure soul inside of them.

Bridge

If you’re always deceiving God,

if your hands are so unclean,

how do you think that the house of God

can accommodate one such as you?

Chorus

How one’s fate will work out in the end

is going to depend on both of these things:

whether they have an honest and blood-red heart,

whether they have a pure soul inside of them.

Adapted from “Three Admonitions” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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