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Psalm 118:3 Third Part (behold The Sure Foundation-stone) Post by :deciste Category :Poems Author :Isaac Watts Date :August 2011 Read :781

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Psalm 118:3 Third Part (behold The Sure Foundation-stone)

Psalm 118:3. 22 23. Third Part
Christ the foundation of his church.


Behold the sure foundation-stone
Which God in Zion lays
To build our heavenly hopes upon,
And his eternal praise.

Chosen of God, to sinners dear,
And saints adore the Name,
They trust their whole salvation here,
Nor shall they suffer shame.

The foolish builders, scribe and priest,
Reject it with disdain;
Yet on this rock the church shall rest,
And envy rage in vain.

What tho' the gates of hell withstood,
Yet must this building rise:
'Tis thy own work, almighty God,
And wondrous in our eyes.


(The end)
Isaac Watts's poem: Psalm 118:3 Third Part (Behold The Sure Foundation-Stone)

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