Waiting For The Church To Change

This is exactly how many Adventist youth (and former Adventists) feel about the church:

Me and all my friends

We’re all misunderstood

They say we stand for nothin

And there’s no way we ever could

Now we see everything that’s going wrong

With the world church and those who lead it

We just feel like we don’t have the means

To rise above and beat it

So we keep waiting

Waiting on the world church to change

We keep on waiting

Waiting on the world church to change

It’s hard to beat the system

When we’re standing at a distance

So we keep waiting

Waiting on the world church to change

Now if we had the power

To bring our neighbors home from war just knocking on people’s doors**

They would have never missed a Christmas the age of the Internet

No more ribbons on their door Wouldn’t rely solely on public evangelism anymore

But when you trust your television The North American Division

What you get is what you got

Cause when they own the information

They can bend it all they want

That’s why we’re waiting

Waiting on the world church to change

We keep on waiting

Waiting on the world church to change

It’s not that we don’t care

We just know that the fight ain’t fair

So we keep on waiting

Waiting for the world church to change…


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Adventist youth: the wait could be over.


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Original song: John Mayer

 
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