O my offended God,
If now at last I see

O my offended God,
If now at last I see
That I have trampled on thy blood,
And done despite to thee,
If I begin to wake
Out of my deadly sleep,
Into thy arms of mercy take,
And there for ever keep.

No other right have I
Than what the world may claim;
All, all may to their God draw nigh
Through faith in Jesu’s name;
Thou all the debt hast paid;
This is my only plea,
The covenant God in thee hath made,
With all mankind and me.

Thou hast obtained the grace
That all may turn and live;
And lo! thy offer I embrace,
Thy mercy I receive:
Whene’er the wicked man
Turns from his sin to thee,
His late repentance is not vain,
He shall accepted be.

Thy death hath bought the power
For every sinful soul,
That all may know their gracious hour,
And be by faith made whole:
Thou hast for sinners died,
That all might come to God;
The covenant thou hast ratified,
And sealed it with thy blood.

He that believes in thee,
And doth till death endure,
He shall be saved eternally;
The covenant is sure:
The mountains shall give place,
Thy covenant cannot move,
The covenant of thy general grace,
Thy all-redeeming love.