And Must We Be To Judgment Brought
Artist: Church of Monett
And must we be to judgment brought, And answer in that day,
For every vain and idle thought, And every word we say.

Yes, every secret of each heart, Shall shortly be made known.
And we receive our just desert, For all that we have done.

How careful then, ought we to live, With what religious fear!
Who such a strict account must give For our behaviour here.

Thou aweful Judge of quick and dead, Thy watchful power bestow;
So shall we to our ways take heed, To all we speak or do.

If now Thou standest at the door, O let us feel Thee near;
And make our peace with Thee, before We at Thy bar appear.