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" Dangers stand thick through all the ground, To push us to the tomb, And fierce diseases wait around, To hurry mortals home. "
A Collection of Hymns for the Use of the People Called Methodists - Page 52
by John Wesley, Charles Wesley - 1816 - 551 pages
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Stories of school boys

Stories - 1799
...no employment, nor sport, nor labour, in this uncertain world, that is entirely free from danger. " Dangers stand thick through all the ground To push us to the tomb, And fierce diseases wait around To hurry mortals home. The year rolls round, and steals away...
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Lectures to the Young...

Robert May - Children - 1812 - 246 pages
...1802 — 9196 children died under the age of ten years, and in 1803 — 8222 under ten years of age. " Dangers stand thick through all the ground, To push us to the tomb, And fierce diseases wait around, To hurry children home." Thus, we find, that " it is appointed...
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A Collection of Sacred Translations, Paraphrases, and Hymns

Stevenson MacGill - Hymns, English - 1813 - 260 pages
...pursue, still one direction have; Where'er we be, wliate'er we do, we're trav'lling to the grave. ' S Dangers stand thick through all the ground, to push us to the tomb, And fierce diseases wait around, to hurry mortals home. •!• Great God! what awful things...
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The Youth's magazine, or Evangelical miscellany

1842
...happiness. Throughout the whole of our course we are in danger from accidents, diseases, and imprudence ; " Dangers stand thick through all the ground, To push us to the tomb ; And fierce diseases wait around, To hurry mortals home !'' The scenery was as various as the...
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Christian Psalmody, in Four Parts: Comprising Dr. Watts's Psalms Abridged ...

Bible - 1815 - 224 pages
...year rolls round, and steals away The breath that first it gave; Whate'er Ģe <lo, where'er we be, We're travelling to the grave.] 4 Dangers stand thick through all the To push us to the tomb; [ground, And fierce diseases wait around, To hurry mortals home. p 5 Good God!...
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A Collection of Psalms and Hymns

Hymns, English - 1816 - 270 pages
...The year rolls round,' and steals away The breath that first it gave; Whafe'er we do, where'er we be, We're travelling to the grave. 4 Dangers stand thick through all the ground, To push ns to the tomb; And fierce diseases wait around, To Hurry mortals home. 5 Great God ! on what a slender...
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A collection of Psalms and hymns, publ. by J. and C. Wesley

John Wesley - 1818
...The year rolls round, and steals away The breath that first it gave ; Whate'er we do, where'er we be, We're travelling to the grave. 4 Dangers stand thick through all the ground To push us to the tomb ; And fierce diseases wait around To hurry mortals home. 5 Great God ! on what a slender thread...
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Hymns, Original and Selected, for Public Worship, and Private Devotion ...

Richard Herne Shepherd - Hymns, English - 1818 - 24 pages
...year rolls round, and steals away, The breath that first it gave ; Whate'er we do, where'er we be, We're travelling to the grave. 4 Dangers stand thick through all the groin To push us to the tomb, And fierce diseases wait around, To hurry mortals home. 5 Good God !...
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The Philadelphia Hymn Book: Or a Selection of Sacred Poetry Consisting of ...

Abner Kneeland - Hymns, English - 1819 - 634 pages
...round, and steals away The breath that first it gave; Wiiatc'tr we do, where'er <ve be, We're trav'lling to the grave. 4 Dangers stand thick through all the ground, To push us to the tomb; And fierce diseases wait around, To hurry mortals home. 5 Yet while a world of joy or woe Depends...
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Memoirs of the Late Mrs. Mary Cooper, of London: Who Departed this Life ...

Mary Cooper - Christian biography - 1819 - 276 pages
...come, when every man will be judged according to his works. Death will be decisive to my soul, and ' dangers stand thick through all the ground to push us to the tomb.' O my soul, be not satisfied till thou hast evidence of acceptance with God; till thy worldly...
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