1 My God, how wonderful Thou art,
Thy majesty how bright,
How beautiful Thy mercy seat,
in depths of burning light!
2 How dread are Thine eternal years,
O everlasting LORD;
by prostrate spirits, day and night,
3 How wonderful, how beautiful,
the sight of Thee must be,
Thine endless wisdom, boundless pow'r,
and awful purity.
4 O how I fear Thee, Living God,
with deepest, tend'rest fears,
and worship Thee with trembling hope,
and penitential tears.
5 Yet I may love Thee too, O LORD,
Almighty as Thou art;
for Thou hast stooped to ask of me
the love of my poor heart.
6 No earthly father loves like Thee,
no mother e’er so mild,
bears and forbears, as Thou hast done
with me, Thy sinful child.
7 Father of Jesus, love's reward,
what rapture will it be,
prostrate before Thy throne to lie,
and ever gaze on Thee!
Source: Psalms and Hymns to the Living God #163
|First Line:||My God, how wonderful Thou art|
|Title:||My God, How Wonderful Thou Art|
|Author:||Frederick William Faber (1848)|
|Notes:||Spanish translation: See "Tú eres admirable, oh Dios" by Vernon L. Peterson|