1 Now may the Lord reveal his face,
And teach our stammering tongues
To make his sovereign, reigning grace
The subject of our songs.
2 No sweeter subject can invite
A sinner’s heart to sing,
Or more display the glorious right
Of our exalted King.
3 Grace reigns to pardon crimson sins,
To melt the hardest hearts;
And from the work it once begins
It never once departs.
4 [The world and Satan strive in vain
Against the chosen few;
Secured by grace’s conquering reign,
They all shall conquer too.]
5 ’Twas grace that called our souls at first;
By grace thus far we’re come;
And grace will help us through the worst,
And lead us safely home.
Source: A Selection of Hymns for Public Worship. In four parts (10th ed.) (Gadsby's Hymns) #202
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