Divine Hymns: Or Spiritual Songs; for the Use of Religious Assemblies and Private Christians

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Sterry and Porter, 1803 - Baptists - 144 pages

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OCLC Number: 843617
LCSHs: Hymns, English

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Page 25 - Yet I mourn my stubborn will, — Find my sin a grief and thrall : Should I grieve for what I feel, If I did not love at all...
Page 125 - Here let the great Redeemer reign, With all the graces of his train ; While power divine his word attends, To conquer foes, and cheer his friends. 4 And in the great decisive day, When God the nations shall survey, May it before the world appear That crowds were born to glory here.
Page 111 - This heart, this frozen heart of mine! 2 [The rocks can rend, the earth can quake, The seas can roar, the mountains shake; Of feeling all things show some sign, But this unfeeling heart of mine.] 3 To hear the sorrows thou hast felt, Dear Lord, an adamant would melt; But I can read each moving line, And nothing move this heart of mine.
Page 26 - Lord, decide the doubtful case ! Thou who art thy people's sun Shine upon thy work of grace, If it be indeed begun. 9 Let me love thee more and more, If I love at all, I pray ; If I have not lov'd before, Help me to begin to-day.
Page 81 - He tells us we're weak, our hope is in vain: The good, that we seek, we ne'er shall obtain ; But when such suggestions our spirits have plied, This answers all questions, the Lord will provide.
Page 120 - His kingdom cannot fail; he rules o'er earth and heaven; the keys of death and hell are to our Jesus given: Lift up your...
Page 96 - But why keep they that narrow road, That rugged thorny maze ? Why that's the way their Leader trod — They love and keep His ways.
Page 119 - Jesus, the Saviour, reigns, The God of truth and love, When he had purged our stains, He took his seat above ; Lift up your hearts, &c.
Page 121 - And these the rules by which we live. •4 To do his heavenly Father's will * Was his employment and delight ; Humility and holy zeal Shone through his life divinely bright.
Page 121 - But, ah, how blind, how weak we are, How frail, how apt to turn aside; Lord, we depend upon thy care ; We ask thy Spirit for our guide.

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