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Hymn 1:16 (hosanna To The Royal Son) Post by :coachdes Category :Poems Author :Isaac Watts Date :July 2011 Read :1705

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Hymn 1:16 (hosanna To The Royal Son)

Hosanna to Christ, Matt. 21. 9. Luke 19. 38 40.

Hosanna to the royal Son
Of David's ancient line,
His natures two, his person one,
Mysterious and divine.

The root of David here we find,
And offspring is the same;
Eternity and time are join'd
In our Immanuel's name.

Bless'd he that comes to wretched men
With peaceful news from heaven;
Hosannas of the highest strain
To Christ the Lord be given.

Let mortals ne'er refuse to take
Th' hosanna on their tongues,
Lest rocks and stones should rise, and break
Their silence into songs.

(The end)
Isaac Watts's Poem: Hymn 1:16 (Hosanna To The Royal Son)

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