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M'Cheyne Poems

All the following were transcribed from "Memoirs & Remains" 1858 edition.

AFTER READING CALL TO THE UNCONVERTED
Poem written after reading Baxter's Call to the Unconverted

Call to the Unconverted

Though Baxter's lips have long in silence hung,
And death long hush'd that sinner-wakening tongue
Yet still, though dead, he speaks aloud to all,
And from the grave still issues forth his "Call,"
Like some loud angel-voice from Zion Hill,
The mighty echo rolls and rumbles still,
O grant that we, when sleeping in the dust,
May thus speak forth the wisdom of the just.

R. M. M'Cheyne  -  October 17, 1834.


Sermon Title Text
The Impressions of Natural Men Hosea 6:2
The Good Way of Coming Before the Lord Micah 6:6-8
Why is God a Stranger in the Land? Jeremiah 14:8,9.
What have I to do any more with idols? Hosea 14:8.
A Castaway 1 Corinthians 9:26-27
Our duty to Israel Romans 1:16
Songs of Zion (14 M'Cheyne Poems) Poems
Though Baxter's Lips Poem
Lebanon - its scenery and allusions Essay