The Hymn of God’s Word “Have You Forgotten the Millennia of Hate”

  • The Hymn of God's Word "Have You Forgotten the Millennia of Hate"

    1. In this dark society man suffers mishap after mishap, yet he has never woken up to this. When will he rid himself of his self-kindness and slavish disposition? Why is he so uncaring of God’s heart? Does he quietly condone this oppression and hardship? Does he not wish for the day when he can change darkness into light? Does he not wish to once more remedy the injustices toward righteousness and truth? Is he willing to watch and do nothing as people forsake the truth and twist the facts? Is he happy to keep enduring this maltreatment? Is he willing to be a slave? Is he willing to perish at the hands of God together with the chattels of this failed state? Where is your resolve? Where is your ambition? Where is your dignity? Where is your integrity? Where is your freedom? Are you willing to lay down your entire life for the great red dragon, the king of devils? Are you happy to let it torture you to death?

    2. The face of the deep is chaotic and dark, the common folk, suffering such affliction, complain without cease. When will man be able to hold his head up high? Man is scrawny and emaciated, how could he contend with this cruel and tyrannical devil? Why does he not give his life to God as soon as he can? Why does he still waver, when can he finish God’s work? Thus aimlessly bullied and oppressed, his whole life will ultimately have been spent in vain; why is he in such a hurry to arrive, and such a rush to depart? Why does he not keep something precious to give to God? Has he forgotten the millennia of hate? Has he forgotten the millennia of hate? Where is your resolve? Where is your ambition? Where is your dignity? Where is your integrity? Why does he not keep something precious to give to God? Why does he not keep something precious to give to God? Has he forgotten the millennia of hate?

    from “Work and Entry (8)” in The Word Appears in the Flesh