Song-Sermon [Mercy to thee, O Lord, belongs] by George MacDonald

Mercy to thee, O Lord, belongs,
For as his work thou giv’st the man.
From us, not thee, come all our wrongs;
Mercy to thee, O Lord, belongs:
With small-cord whips and scorpion thongs
Thou lay’st on every ill thy ban.
Mercy to thee, O Lord, belongs,
For as his work thou giv’st the man.

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