1 How free and boundless is the grace
Of our redeeming God,
Extending to the Greek and Jew,
And men of every blood!
2 The mightiest king and meanest slave,
May his rich mercy taste;
He bids the beggar and the prince,
Unto the gospel feast.
3 None are excluded thence, but those,
Who do themselves exclude;
Welcome the learned and polite,
The ignorant and rude.
4 Come then ye men of every name,
Of every rank and tongue;
What you are willing to receive,
Doth unto you belong.
Divine Hymns, or Spiritual Songs: for the use of religious assemblies and private Christians 1800