1 In vain the Savior’s mightiest foes
Conspire His kingdom to oppose,
Crushed like the potter’s brittle store,
And scattered, to unite no more.
2 Sinners! awake: ye fools! be wise;
From sin’s delusive dreams arise;
Behold your Savior, seek His face,
And kiss the scepter of His grace.
3 O, lest ye perish from the way
That leads to realms of endless day;
Lest fierce the threatening storm descend,
And on your heads its fury spend.
4 If, yet but kindly in His breast,
His wrath the guilty soul arrest,
How blest are they who serve the Lord,
Who hear His voice, and trust His Word!
Source: The Cyber Hymnal #10790
|First Line:||In vain the Savior’s mightiest foes|
|Title:||In Vain The Savior's Mightiest Foes|
|Source:||Selection of Psalms and Hymns for Public and Private Use, Adapted to the Festivals of the Church of England by Thomas Cotterill, 8th ed. (Sheffield, England: J. Blackwell, 1829)|
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