Christian Hymns to Be Used by the "Children of God,"; When Gathered Unto the Name of the Lord Jesus

Christian Hymns to Be Used by the "Children of God,"; When Gathered Unto the Name of the Lord Jesus

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1860 edition. Excerpt: ...Is Love. This truth, remains for ever fast, Sealed by the Heavenly Dove; And all His ways from first to last Still prove that God Is Love. lOT. The Changeless Love P. M. of Christ. One there is above all others; Oh, how He loves! His is love beyond a brother's; Oh, how He loves! Earthly friends may fail or leave us, One day soothe, the next day grieve us, But This Friend can n'er deceive us, Oh, how He loves! This unchanging Friend is Jksub; Oh, how He lores! 'Tis His great delight to bless us; Oh, how He loves! With His precious blood He bought us, In the wilderness He sought us, To His fold He safely brought us; Oh, how He loves! By His grace, alone, we know Him; Oh, how He loves! Immortality we owe Him; Oh, how He loves! From our fiercest foes He'll hide us, Richest blessings will provide us, And to glory soon will guide us; Oh, how He loves! 108. Ever, Yea, Ever. P. M. Jesus lives!--praise His name; Trust Him for ever; From His love, still the same, Naught can us sever: Though oft the tempest blows, Through this dark scene of woes, Our hearts in Him repose, Ever, yea, ever. We are borne on His breast, By His good pleasure; In himself, truly blest, Now, and for ever; We know His changeless grace, Are held in His embrace, And soon shall see His face; Ever, yea, ever. Soon shall we meet above, Meet, ne'er to sever: There to praise Jesus' love, Praise Him for ever; No tear again can flow, No sigh our hearts can know, But joy and gladness glow, Ever, yea, ever. 109. He hath done all things well. L. M. In strains of cheerful, grateful praise, To Christ, the Lord, a song we raise. With all His saints we join to tell, That Jesus has done all things well. All worlds His wondrous power confess; His wisdom all His works express; But, Oh, His...
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  • Paperback | 26 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 1mm | 68g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236869397
  • 9781236869395