De aarde kreunt, maar niemand hoort haar
De dieren sterven, maar niemand helpt ze
De mens is verblind door zijn vijand
Die hij beschouwt als zijn vriend

De geest van de Satan leeft tussen ons allen
Het verlangen naar rijkdom, genot en macht
Verblindt het hart van ieder mens
En dood de liefde voor zijn naaste

De waarschuwing vergeten die Jahweh ons gaf
De groei van rampen, oorlogen en geweld.
Verbaast ons allen, ook al is het ons verteld
In het boek der openbaringen

Deze tekenen gaan vooraf aan het eind van deze tijd
De komst van de Anti-Christ en zijn Rijk
De mens ziet hem als zijn held, en aanbidt de draak die hem gezonden heeft

De verdrongen tekenen gebeuren om ons heen
Maar niemand, niemand herkent ze behalve

Wij die leven in de Heer, genaamd Jahweh
De God van Israel, Jezus Christus en de Heilige Geest
De drie eenheid van de bijbel

Zie je dan niet, dat alles gebeurt
Zoals God ons heeft voorspeld in Zijn Woord?
Wat wil je nog meer als bewijs?
Jezus is de machtigste levende God

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    How lovely! Dutch lyrics! Ofcourse, I'm one of the very few who can understand this right? For your favor I'm working on a translation on this one.

    Dark.Jesteron June 14, 2005   Link
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    Well i am from dutch:

    the songs is about

    how we humans are fucking up the world: animals die, the earth cries but no one pays attention to it. We humans are blinded by the enemy we and we think it is our friend.

    the second: satan lives between us./ with power, money and pleasure he corrupts the heart of men. and kills the love for the person next to you

    third:we forgot the warning jahweh gave us. the growing disasters, the coming of wars and violence. It suprises us even while it has been told to us that it would happen.

    four: these are the signs of the end of our time, when the anti-chirst wil come

    Five: little the same as 1

    six: we live in the lord called jahweh, the god of israel jezus christ and the holy spirit/ghost

    seven: can't you see that everything that hapens is as god has told us in his word ? (the bible) what do you want more to proof this? jezus is the mightiest living god

    that comes close to what the lyrics say. Funny slechtvalk is a dutch metal band if you hear them they sound like death metal but they seem to be christians.. it pleasures me to see that there is metal that ís heavy and does not always has lyrics about destrusction and worshipping satan

    Whenon June 13, 2006   Link

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