Anne Bradstreet, Isaiah 46:7-8, Isaiah 46:9, Jeremiah 11:10, John 10:28, Malachi 3:16, Meditation, Numbers 23:19, Praise, praise, Puritan, Puritan Poetry, Revelation 1:17, Revelation 1:18, The Great Gain of Godliness, Thomas Watson, What God is Like to Him I Serve
What God is like to him I serve,
What Savior like to mine?
O, never let me from thee swerve,
For I am truly thine.
My thankful mouth shall speak they praise,
My tongue shall talk of thee:
On high my heart, O, do I raise,
For what thou’st done for me.
Go, worldlings, to your vanities,
And heathen to your gods;
Let them help in adversities,
And sanctify their rods.
My God is not like to yours,
Yourselves shall judges be;
I find his love, I know his power
A succorer of me.
He is not a man that he should lie,
No son of man to unsay;
His word he plighted hath on high
And I shall live for aye.
And for his sake that faithful is,
That died but now doth live,
The first and last, that lives for aye,
Me lasting life shall give.
 Isaiah 46:7-8.
 Malachi 3:16; see Thomas Watson’s The Great Gain of Godliness, chapter 7.
 Those of the “world” who do not know God in Jesus Christ.
 Jeremiah 11:10.
 Isaiah 46:9
 Numbers 23:19.
 Promised, sworn.
 Forever, eternity.
 Revelation 1:18.
 Revelation 1:17.
 John 10:28.