|Text:||And Wilt Thou Pardon, Lord|
|Author:||Joseph the Hymnographer|
|Translator:||John M. Neale|
1 And wilt Thou pardon, Lord,
A sinner such as I,
Although Thy book his crimes record,
Of such a crimson dye?
2 So deep are they engraved,
So terrible their fear.
The righteous scarcely can be saved,
And where shall I appear?
3 O Thou Physician blest,
Make clean my guilty soul
And me, by many a sin opprest,
Restore and keep me whole!
4 I know not how to praise
Thy mercy and Thy love;
But deign my soul from earth to raise
And learn from Thee above.
|First Line:||And wilt Thou pardon, Lord|
|Title:||And Wilt Thou Pardon, Lord|
|Greek Title:||Τϖν άμαρΤιϖν μον Τήν πληθύν|
|Author:||Joseph the Hymnographer (c. 800, cento)|
|Translator:||John M. Neale (1862)|
|Topic:||Confession and Absolution|
|MAKE ME A CAPTIVE, LORD (Gray Psalter 546)|
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