1 Wast thou smitten, wast thou smitten,
O thou dear Christ-Rock, for me?
That my thirst for living waters
Might be quenched by grace so free?
Thou wast smitten, thou was smitten,
O thou dear Christ-rock for me;
By that flow my heart is cleansed,
By thy stripes my soul is free.
2 Wast thou smitten, in earth's desert,
In this wilderness of sin,
That to faith's bright land of promise
We might live to enter in? [Chorus]
3 Wast thou smitten, when we murmured
At the goodness of our God?
Was it for our disobedience
Thou didst feel his chastening rod? [Chorus]
Source: The Silver Trumpet: a collection of new and selected hymns; for use in public worship, revival services, prayer and social meetings, and Sunday schools #146
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|The Silver Trumpet: a collection of new and selected hymns; for use in public worship, revival services, prayer and social meetings, and Sunday schools #146||Thou Wast Smitten||Wast thou smitten, wast thou smitten||F. G. Burroughs||1889|