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Hymn 1:58 (let Mortal Tongues Attempt To Sing) Post by :EbayChina Category :Poems Author :Isaac Watts Date :July 2011 Read :3610

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Hymn 1:58 (let Mortal Tongues Attempt To Sing)

The devil vanquished; or, Michael's war with the
dragon, Rev. 12. 7.

Let mortal tongues attempt to sing
The wars of heaven, when Michael stood
Chief general of th' Eternal King,
And fought the battles of our God.

Against the dragon and his host
The armies of the Lord prevail:
In vain they rage, in vain they boast,
Their courage sinks, their weapons fail.

Down to the earth was Satan thrown,
Down to the earth his legions fell;
Then was the trump of triumph blown,
And shook the dreadful deeps of hell.

Now is the hour of darkness past,
Christ hath assum'd his reigning power;
Behold the great accuser cast
Down from the skies, to rise no more.

'Twas by thy blood immortal Lamb,
Thine armies trod the tempter down;
'Twas by thy word and powerful Name,
They gain'd the battle and renown.

Rejoice, ye heavens; let every star
Shine with new glories round the sky;
Saints, while ye sing the heavenly war,
Raise your Deliverer's name on high.

(The end)
Isaac Watts's poem: Hymn 1:58 (Let Mortal Tongues Attempt To Sing)

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