314 Who Are the Wicked That Defy God?

Chorus

God commends only those

with their feet on the ground, serving the God on earth,

but never those who won’t accept the Christ on earth.

No matter how true they are to the heavenly God,

they will never escape the hands of God that punish the wicked.

These people are the wicked, the evil who oppose God,

who’ve never gladly obeyed Christ.


Verse

You use your faith in God to achieve your own aims.

Is this not an offense against God’s disposition?

You believe in the existence of the God in heaven,

but not the God on earth, yet God rejects your views.


Chorus

God commends only those

with their feet on the ground, serving the God on earth,

but never those who won’t accept the Christ on earth.

No matter how true they are to the heavenly God,

they will never escape the hands of God that punish the wicked.

These people are the wicked, the evil who oppose God,

who’ve never gladly obeyed Christ.


Outro

Their number includes

those who don’t know and don’t accept Christ.


Adapted from “How to Know the God on Earth” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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