66 The Truth of the Work of Conquest in the Last Days

Verse 1

Corrupt man doesn’t know of God

or worship Him.

At creation, with Adam and Eve

Jehovah’s glory stayed.

But man became corrupted,

lost the glory and testimony

when all rebelled against God

and stopped revering Him.

Chorus

Today’s work is to get back all of the glory,

so all may worship God, bear witness among creation.

This shall be done in this stage of work,

the work of conquest in the last days.

Verse 2

How can man be conquered?

The work of words convinces man,

with judgment and chastisement

and curses to subdue them,

exposing man’s rebellion,

judging their resistance,

to show they’re unjust, filthy,

to show God’s righteousness.

Chorus

Today’s work is to get back all of the glory,

so all may worship God, bear witness among creation.

This shall be done in this stage of work,

the work of conquest in the last days.

Bridge

God’s words will serve to conquer

and convince man.

All who accept this must take

the judgment of God’s words.

If you can obey these words,

not follow your own ways,

then you will have been conquered

by the words of God.

Chorus

Today’s work is to get back all of the glory,

so all may worship God, bear witness among creation.

This shall be done in this stage of work,

the work of conquest in the last days,

the work of conquest in the last days.

Adapted from “The Inside Truth of the Work of Conquest (1)” in The Word Appears in the Flesh

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