What mighty man, or mighty God,
Comes travelling in state,
Along the Idumean road,
Away from Bozrah's gate?
The glory of his robes proclaim
'Tis some victorious king:
"'Tis I, the Just, th' Almighty One,
That your salvation bring."
"Why, mighty Lord," thy saints inquire,
"Why thine apparel's red?
And all thy vesture stained like those
Who in the wine-press tread?"
"I by myself have trod the press,
And crushed my foes alone;
My wrath has struck the rebels dead,
My fury stamped them down.
"'Tis Edom's blood that dyes my robes
With joyful scarlet stains;
The triumph that my raiment wears
Sprung from their bleeding veins.
"Thus shall the nations be destroyed
That dare insult my saints;
I have an arm t' avenge their wrongs,
An ear for their complaints."
|Instances (1 - 14 of 14)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|A New Version of the Psalms of David: fitted to the Tunes used in Churches #HXL||What mighty Man, or mighty God||Isaiah 63:1-3||1760|
|Appendix, Containing a Number of Hymns Taken Chiefly from Dr. Watts's Scriptural Collection #XL||What mighty Man, or mighty God||Isaiah 63:1-3||1765|
|Appendix, Containing a Number of Hymns, Taken Chiefly from Dr. Watts's Scripture Collection #XL||What mighty Man,or mighty God||Isaiah 63:1-3||1760|
|Christian's Duty, exhibited in a series of hymns: collected from various authors, designed for the worship of God, and for the edification of Christians, recommended to the serious..(4th ed. improved) #309||What mighty Man, or mighty God||Isaac Watts, 1674-1748||1825|
|Hymns and Spiritual Songs, in Three Books: I. collected fromt he scriptures, II. composed on divine subjects, III. prepared for the Lord's Supper #I.XXVIII||What mighty Man, or mighty God||Isaac Watts, 1674-1748||1793|
|Psalms and Hymns of Isaac Watts, The #I.28||Hymn 28||What mighty man, or mighty God||Isaac Watts||C. M.||Isaiah 63:1-3||1806|
|The Baptist Hymn Book: comprising a large and choice collection of psalms, hymns and spiritual songs, adapted to the faith and order of the Old School, or Primitive Baptists (2nd stereotype Ed.) #852||What mighty Man, or mighty God||Isaac Watts, 1674-1748||1859|
|The Christian's Duty: exhibited in a series of hymns collected from various authors designed for the worship of God, and for the edification of Christians (2nd ed.) #CCCIX||The Triumph of Christ over the Enemies of his Church||What mighty Man, or mighty God||Isaiah 63:1-3||1801||For the Hope of the World ||
|The Christians Duty, exhibited, in a series of Hymns: collected from various authors, designed for the worship of God, and for the edification of Christians (1st Ed.) #CCCIX||The Triumph of Christ over the Enemies of his Church||What mighty Man, or mighty God||Isaiah 63:1-3||1791||Hope of Israel ||
|The Columbian Repository: or, Sacred Harmony: selected from European and American authors with many new tunes not before published #391||What mighty Man, or mighty God||Isaac Watts, 1674-1748||1803|
|The Discipline of the United Freewill Baptist Church: together with hymns and spiritual songs, for the use of its members #67||What mighty man, or mighty God||1819|
|The Psalms and Hymns of Dr. Watts #501||What mighty man, or mighty God||Isaac Watts||C. M.||Isaiah 63:1-3||1835||Atheism | practical; Persecutors | their folly; Practical atheism | ; Sin | of nature; Sin | universal; Wickedness | of man|
|The Psalms of David: imitated in the language of the New Testament, and applied to the Christian state and worship (27th ed.) #I.XXVIII||What mighty Man, or mighty God||Isaiah 63:1-3||1766||Triumph of Christ over our Enemies ||
|The Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs of the Rev. Isaac Watts, D. D.: to which are added select hymns, from other authors; and directions for musical expression (New ed.) #A28||What mighty Man, or mighty God||Isaac Watts, 1674-1748||1842|