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Hymn 1:04 (questions And Doubts Be Heard No More) Post by :centra Category :Poems Author :Isaac Watts Date :July 2011 Read :2603

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Hymn 1:04 (questions And Doubts Be Heard No More)

The inward witness to Christianity, 1 John 5. 10.

Questions and doubts be heard no more;
Let Christ and joy be all our theme;
His Spirit seals his gospel sure,
To every soul that trusts in him.

Jesus, thy witness speaks within:
The mercy which thy words reveal
Refines the heart from sense and sin,
And stamps its own celestial seal.

'Tis God's inimitable hand
That moulds and forms the heart anew;
Blasphemers can no more withstand,
But bow and own thy doctrine true.

The guilty wretch that trusts thy blood,
Finds peace and pardon at thy cross;
The sinful soul averse to God,
Believes and loves his Maker's laws.

Learning and wit may cease their strife,
When miracles with glory shine;
The voice that calls the dead to life
Must be almighty, and divine.

(The end)
Isaac Watts's Poem: Hymn 1:4. (questions And Doubts Be Heard No More)

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