O Soul Be Afraid Thou Shalt Reckon With God – Hymn Lyric

Discover the consequences of rejecting God's grace in a soul's story. Don't let the day of His grace pass without embracing His love and forgiveness. Be guided towards a life that pleases God. Start anew before it's too late. Reckon with God today.

O Soul Be Afraid Thou Shalt Reckon With God – Hymn Lyric

O Soul Be Afraid Thou Shalt Reckon With God Oh, soul, be afraid! This story warns of the consequences of rejecting God’s grace. It urges you to reflect on your choices and seek forgiveness before the day of reckoning comes. Embrace God’s love and mercy, for the time of His grace is limited.



   

O Soul Be Afraid Thou Shalt Reckon With God – Hymn Lyric

O soul, be afraid,
thou shalt reckon with God,
And pass ‘neath the scourge
of His wrathful rod;
Thy heart torn with anguish
shall hear at the last,
“The day of His grace is past.”

Refrain:
The day of His grace is past,
The day of His grace is past;
How sad when He’ll say, “Depart ye for aye,”
When the day of His grace is past.

O soul, be afraid,
in thy sins thou shalt die
If Christ thou reject
while He’s passing by;
Thy doom shall be sealed
at the trumpet’s loud blast,
When the day of His grace is past.

Refrain:
The day of His grace is past,
The day of His grace is past;
How sad when He’ll say, “Depart ye for aye,”
When the day of His grace is past.

O soul, be afraid,
for the judgment shall come,
And thou shalt be turned
from that blissful home;
Wilt thou be contented
with that which thou hast
When the day of His grace is past?

Refrain:
The day of His grace is past,
The day of His grace is past;
How sad when He’ll say, “Depart ye for aye,”
When the day of His grace is past.

O soul, be afraid,
in His presence thou art,
Dismayed thou shalt stand
when Christ says depart,
With demons in torment
fore’er to be cast,
When the day of His grace is past.

Refrain:
The day of His grace is past,
The day of His grace is past;
How sad when He’ll say, “Depart ye for aye,”
When the day of His grace is past.

   

Meaning of O Soul Be Afraid Thou Shalt Reckon With God

Oh, soul, let me tell you a story, a story that will make you think and reflect on the choices you make in this life. It is a story of God’s grace and the consequences of rejecting it.

You see, there once was a soul, just like yours, who went through life without a care. This soul didn’t think much about God or what would happen after death. It was a happy-go-lucky soul, always living in the moment, never considering the future.

But one day, as this soul was going about its business, something unexpected happened. It heard a voice, a voice that spoke of reckoning with God. It heard of a day when God’s wrath would come, when the heart would be torn with anguish because the day of His grace had passed.

This soul was afraid. It had never thought about the consequences of its actions before. It had never considered that there would come a time when it would face judgment for the sins it had committed. The idea of standing in the presence of God, dismaying, and being told to depart was something that shook this soul to its core.

Suddenly, this soul realized that it had been given a precious gift – the day of God’s grace. But it also realized that this gift wouldn’t last forever. The day would come when it could no longer enjoy the blessings of God’s grace, when it would be too late to repent and seek forgiveness.

With a heavy heart, this soul contemplated its own fate. It understood that if it rejected Christ, if it continued to live in sin while Christ was passing by, it would seal its doom. The trumpet’s loud blast would signal the end, and this soul would be turned away from the blissful home it had always taken for granted.

The soul asked itself, “Will I be content with what I have when the day of His grace is past?” It knew deep down that the answer was no. It realized that the temporary pleasures of this world could never compare to the eternal joy and peace that comes from a relationship with God.

But, my dear soul, there is still hope. While you have breath in your body, there is still time to turn to God and accept His grace. You have the opportunity to embrace His love and forgiveness, to mend the brokenness within your heart. Don’t let the fear of judgment deter you from seeking God’s mercy. Remember, it is never too late to start anew.

So, soul, be afraid, but let that fear drive you towards God rather than away from Him. Let it be a wake-up call, a reminder that your choices matter and that the day of His grace will not last forever. The time for reckoning will come, and it is in your hands to choose a life that is pleasing to God.

Don’t delay, my friend. Seek God with all your heart, and He will be there to guide you through every step of the way. Embrace His grace, for it is a gift beyond measure. Allow His love to transform you, to shape you into the person you were always meant to be.

And when that day comes, when you stand in the presence of God, let it be a day of rejoicing rather than dismay. Let it be a day when you hear the words, “Well done, good and faithful servant,” instead of “Depart ye for aye.” Let it be a day when you are embraced by God’s love and welcomed into His eternal home.

My dear soul, be afraid, but let that fear lead you to the arms of a loving and merciful Father. Do not let the day of His grace pass without seizing the opportunity to experience His boundless love and forgiveness. May your journey towards Him be filled with hope, peace, and the assurance of His presence every step of the way.

 

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