Terrible thought! shall I alone,
Who may be saved shall I

Terrible thought! shall I alone,
Who may be saved shall I
Of all, alas! whom I have known,
Through sin for ever die?

While all my old companions dear,
With whom I once did live,
Joyful at God's right hand appear,
A blessing to receive;

Shall I – amidst a ghastly band,
Dragged to the judgment-seat –
Far on the left with horror stand,
My fearful doom to meet?

Ah, no! I still may turn and live,
For still his wrath delays;
He now vouchsafes a kind reprieve,
And offers me his grace.

I will accept his offers now,
From every sin depart,
Perform my oft-repeated vow
And render him my heart.

I will improve what I receive,
The grace through Jesus given;
Sure, if with God on earth I live,
To live with him in heaven.

 

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