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WHAT MAN BUT GOD?, by            
First Line: Tis sure no man could ever seat
Last Line: No man but god—then, now, or ever.
Subject(s): God; Religion; Theology


'Tis sure no man could ever seat,
The sun so high with radiant heat.
The rays of which life doth live—
What man but God could thusly give?

And this sun that shines from up on high,
Soon seen to vanish in the sky;
Then darkness strolls upon the earth—
What man but God gave this structure birth?

Thence the moon with a dimmer light,
Comes forth to guide us through the night.
Peacefully, the world lays at rest—
What man but God could render best?

And you stars in your heavenly seat,
I wonder who you are? I repeat—
Though varied the designs you do shape—
What man but God could ever you make?

Now, my friends, by all these things,
Before us set—what God us brings—
What man but God could be so clever?
No man but God—then, now, or ever.





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