I.II. All Fulness in the Lamb we view

1 All Fulness in the Lamb we view;
To look beside him, Loos:
He's only holy, just and true;
All else is Dung and Dross.

2 There dwells in him, as stain'd with Blood,
Jehovah's Pow'r and Name;
Greatly, from everlasting, God,
Yea, when the slaughter'd Lamb.

3 In him we know the holy Bride
All gather'd into one;
She looks out through his bleeding Side,
With all her Beauties on.

4 In him we see God's Heav'n, our Earth,
In perfect Peace agree:
This gives our one new Man its Birth,
And sets our Nature free.

5 His purg'd Humanity is ours,
And in it now we prove
A Seat above the heav'nly Pow'rs,
Fix'd in the Father's Love.

6 New Heav'ns, new Earth, we now possess;
Beulah, that blessed Field,
Where dwells, eternal Righteousness;
And God's our Sun and Shield.

7 Here's nothing hurtful to destroy;
The holy Mountain's here;
No Curse, nor Sin, us to annoy,
No Torment, Guilt, or Fear.

8 Of Jesus we will never cease
To sing as we began;
In whom there dwells, in perfect Peace,
God, and his darling Man.

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First Line: All Fulness in the Lamb we view
Language: English
Publication Date: 1776
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