M'Cheyne Poems

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

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