There is a God.

"THERE is a God," all nature cries

The earth, the sea, the lofty skies.

The lowliest plant that decks the Dale,

The insect sporting on the gale,

The earliest flower that spring gives birth

To adorn and beautify the earth,

The streamlet gliding through the plain,

The wild bird's sweet and plaintive strain,

The blue depths of the boundless sea,

Type of his own immensity,

The sun advancing to the west,   

The full moon rising in the east,

The brightly twinkling star of even,

And all the radiant host of heaven,

The lightning's flash, the thunder's roar,

They all the Almighty's power adore,

And with united voice proclaim

Through the whole earth, Jehovah's name.