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Hymn #613: With David'S Lord And Ours

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613 (H.M.) John Kent

With David's Lord and ours,

A cov'nant once was made,

Whose bonds are firm and sure,

Whose glories ne'er shall fade!

Sealed by the sacred Three-in-One,

In mutual love, ere time begun.

Firm as the lasting hills,

This cov'nant shall endure,

Whose potent shalls and wills

Make ev'ry blessing sure:

When ruin shakes all nature's frame,

Its jots and tittles stand the same.

Here when thy feet shall fall,

Believer, thou shalt see

Grace to restore thy soul,

And pardon, full and free;

Thee with delight shall God behold,

A chosen sheep in Zion's fold.

And when through death's cold flood

Thy God shall bid thee go,

His arm shall thee defend,

And vanquish ev'ry foe;

And in this cov'nant thou shalt view

Sufficient strength to bear thee through.

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