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Psalm 36:3 (when Man Grows Bold In Sin) Post by :sanjib Category :Poems Author :Isaac Watts Date :August 2011 Read :2222

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Psalm 36:3 (when Man Grows Bold In Sin)

Psalm 36:3. 1-7. S. M.
The wickedness of man, and the majesty of God;
or. Practical atheism exposed.

When man grows bold in sin
My heart within me cries,
"He hath no faith of God within,
Nor fear before his eyes."

(He walks awhile conceal'd
In a self-flattering dream,
Till his dark crimes at once reveal'd
Expose his hateful name.)

His heart is false and foul,
His words are smooth and fair;
Wisdom is banish'd from his soul,
And leaves no goodness there.

He plots upon his bed
New mischiefs to fulfil;
He sets his heart, and hand, and head,
To practise all that's ill.

But there's a dreadful God,
Tho' men renounce his fear;
His justice hid behind the cloud
Shall one great day appear.

His truth transcends the sky;
In heaven his mercies dwell;
Deep as the sea his judgments lie,
His anger burns to hell.

How excellent his love,
Whence all our safety springs!
O never let my soul remove
From underneath his wings.

(The end)
Isaac Watts's poem: Psalm 36:3 (When Man Grows Bold In Sin)

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