All-conquering Lord, whom sinners adore is a hymn by Charles Wesley. It was published on pp44-45 of Charles and John Wesley's Hymns for Times of Trouble and Persecution, [London: Strahan, 1744], as hymn III of the third section of that book, 'Hymns to be Sung in a Tumult'.
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All-conquering Lord, whom sinners adore,
Remember thy word, and stir up thy power,
Drive Satan before thee, his advocates chase:
Or let them adore thee, or yield to thy grace.
O pity, and spare, and save them from death,
Pluck’d out of his snare, snatch’d out of his teeth;
Almighty redeemer, to whom all things bow,
Cast down the blasphemer, and rescue them now.
O why should he take thy purchase away?
Thy fury awake, and fly on the prey;
Thy purchase recover, that Satan may feel
Thy kingdom is over earth, heaven, and hell.
O answer the prayer of prevalent faith,
In mercy forbear these children of wrath,
And give them repentance, let mercy take place,