“Is This Your Faith?” | Hymns of truth and praise

🎼”Is This Your Faith?” | Hymns of truth and praise

Verse 1

Why don’t you revere God though His existence you believe? Why don’t you fear Him if in your heart you still believe? Christ is God incarnate, it’s a fact you can accept. So why are you scornful and irreverent? Pre-chorus Do these show your belief? Each minute you carry unbelief. Chorus This means at every moment towards Christ you risk betrayal. For your very blood is full of doubt towards God incarnate. Thus God says your path is not firm with faith, that you are not well grounded, half-hearted in belief, that you are not well grounded, half-hearted in belief.

Verse 2

Why do you judge God, watching where He goes? Why don’t you submit to His plan and follow His words? Why extort and steal His offerings? Why speak in place of Christ? Why blaspheme Him behind His back? Why judge His work and words?

Pre-chorus

Do these show your belief? Each minute you carry unbelief.

Chorus

This means at every moment towards Christ you risk betrayal. For your very blood is full of doubt towards God incarnate. Thus God says your path is not firm with faith, that you are not well grounded, half-hearted in belief, that you are not well grounded, half-hearted in belief.

Bridge

All your ways and speeches, your motives and your goals reveal that in Christ you do not believe. So does the look in your eyes. And every one of you, at every minute carries unbelief!

Chorus

This means at every moment towards Christ you risk betrayal. For your very blood is full of doubt towards God incarnate. Thus God says your path is not firm with faith, that you are not well grounded, half-hearted in belief, that you are not well grounded, half-hearted in belief, half-hearted in belief, half-hearted in belief. from

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