A General Account of Man’s Fall in Adam & The Remedy Provided in Christ

THE second Adam, sov’reign Lord of all,
Did, by his Father’s authorizing call,
From bosom of eternal love descend,
To save the guilty race that him offend;

To treat an everlasting peace with those,
Who were, and ever would have been his foes.
His errand, never-ending life to give
To them, whose malice would not let him live;

To make a match with rebels, and espouse
The brat which at his love her spite avows.
Himself he humbled, to depress her pride,
And make his mortal foe his loving bride.

Read more of this powerful selection from The Gospel Sonnets by Ralph Erskine (1685-1752) at the Humble Skeptic.

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