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Page 1, in the latter days we shall consider it perfectly

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What fallen men have failed to see they shall see

Through ages unending and life immortal

What God has done’s unerring

His word infallible

His majesty omnipotent

His person omnipresent

His knowledge and wisdom omniscient

That for all He’s done in our poor lives

Enslaved to sin and chiefest of transgressors

Ever doubting His providence and

Unfailing might and prowess

Whether it brought pain or joy

Through honor or humiliation

Allowed in His infinite counsels

All was necessary for our salvation

And should have done better if

We took it all without debate or complaints

Trusting that great intellect

Whose utmost stretch knows no bound

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