What Do Ye Think Of Christ Indeed


What do ye think of Christ indeed;
Who do ye say is he?
To judge this matter take ye heed,
And search the truth and see.

We call him David’s son ’tis true,
As written in the word–
But it must be remember’d too,
That David calls him Lord.

The Lord whom David freely own’d,
To be his sovereign head:
With whom his soul had ever found
Such grace as he did need.

Who is he then in my esteem,
My soul what dost thou feel;
Wilt thou not ask that grace from him,
To learn and do his will.

He is the Pearl of greater price!
And those who love him best,
Shall be with greatest hopes and joys;
For evermore possess’d.

What think ye then ye sons of men?
Should he not be our King;
Should we not wish with him to reign,
And e’er his praise to sing?