The Anvil of God's Word.
"Last eve I stood before a blacksmith's door And heard the anvil ring it's vesper chime; Then looking in, I saw upon the floor Old hammers worn with beating years of time. " 'How many anvils have you had,' said I, 'To wear and batter all these hammers so?' 'Just one/ he answered; then with twinkling eye, 'The anvil wears the hammer out, you know.' "And so the Bible, anvil of God's Word For ages skeptic blows have beat upon; And tho' the noise of Paine, Voltaire, was heard, The anvil is unworn—the hammers gone. "Hammer away, ye hostile bands; Your hammers break; God's anvil stands !"
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