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48a. Divine Instruction

1 Where shall the man be found,
That fears t' offend his God,
That loves the gospel's joyful sound,
And trembles at the rod?

2 The Lord shall make him know
The secrets of his heart,
The wonders of his covenant show,
And all his love impart.

3 The dealings of his power
Are truth and mercy still,
With such as keep his covenant sure,
And love to do his will.

4 Their souls shall dwell at ease
Before their Maker's face,
Their seed shall taste the promises
In their extensive grace.

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First Line: Where shall the man be found
Title: Divine Instruction
Meter: Short Metre
Language: English
Publication Date: 1786
Scripture: ;
Topic: Backsliding Soul in Distress and Desertion; Desertion and Distress of Soul; Distress: of Soul (4 more...)
Notes: Second Part
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