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Holy Wonder.

Strange that I am not cut down

Translator: Joseph Morris (1854)
Published in 1 hymnal

Full Text

Strange that I am not cut down
Without mercy,
To endure thy righteous frown,
Beyond pity!
That on earth I still survive
I will praise Thee—
To thy praise and glory live,
Who hath spared me.

Strange Thou shouldst have looked on me—
Worthless, guilty:
Who can count my debt to Thee,
Lord, most holy?
If I reach thy heavenly seat,
Songs unceasing
Shall my raptured tongue repeat—
Thee adoring.

Favorite Welsh Hymns, 1854

Translator: Joseph Morris

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Text Information

First Line: Strange that I am not cut down
Title: Holy Wonder.
Translator: Joseph Morris (1854)
Language: English
Publication Date: 1854
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.