When Samson slew a thousand men
Upon the height of Lehi's mountain
With just a donkey's jawbone then,
God quenched his thirst at Lehi's fountain.
Without that fountain, he would die,
And Samson therefore feared the worst,
But God at Lehi heard His cry,
And clave a fountain for his thirst.
We view the image of that strife
Where Samson's thirst was satisfied
And see our Lord, the Bread of Life,
Who heard us also when we cried.
O Lord, at Lehi, Samson knew
Your fountain saved him in that place,
And, like him, we acknowledge too,
You satisfy our thirst by grace.