Hymn No. 12
Though Jesus was of flesh and blood,
With evil He was not defil'd;
Though formed from the woman's seed,
Who was by Satan's craft beguil'd.
He was without a father made,
Who did from Adam's race proceed;
No father but the Lord He had,
Who made Him of the woman's seed.
On Him God's Spirit did abide,
And signs and miracles He wrought;
But yet the Hebrews Him denied,
And set the Son of God at nought.
Up to His Father's throne He goes,
And does the stubborn ones disperse,
Till He should come th' Elect to choose,
And them redeem from Adam's curse.