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“And ye are complete in him.” Col. 2. 10; Gal. 5. 6

J. Hart    C.M.

1
When is it Christians all agree,
And let distinctions fall?
When, nothing in themselves, they see
That Christ is all in all.

2
But strife and difference will subsist
While men will something seem;
Let them but singly look to Christ
And all are one in him.

3
The infant and the aged saint,
The worker and the weak,
They who are strong and seldom faint,
And they who scarce can speak.

4
Eternal life’s the gift of God;
It comes through Christ alone;
’Tis his, he bought it with his blood;
And therefore gives his own.

5
We have no life, no power, no faith,
But what by Christ is given;
We all deserve eternal death,
And thus we all are even.