The Key Note; A Collection of Church and Singing School Music, Consisting of New Tunes and Anthems for Public and Private Worship, with a Variety of Light Glee Choruses for the Singing School and for Social Use

The Key Note; A Collection of Church and Singing School Music, Consisting of New Tunes and Anthems for Public and Private Worship, with a Variety of Light Glee Choruses for the Singing School and for Social Use

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1863 edition. Excerpt: ...I love thy lio-ly word. Thy gracious cnv-e-nant, 0 Lord! It guides me in the peaceful way; I think up-on it all the day. 2 What are the mines of shining wealth, The strength of youth, the bloom oi health? What are all joys, compare with those, Thine everlasting word beatov 3 Long unafBictcd, undismaw.l, In pleasure's path secure I slravod.-Tiiou madest mo feel thy chasten-ing rod. And straight 1 turtied uii-lo my Uod. 1 How sweet the hour of closing day, When all is peaceful and serene; And the broad sun's re-tir-ing ray Sheds a mild lus-tre o'er the scene! 3 Mark hut that radiance of his eye. That smile np-on h sv;islel cheek! They fell us of his glory nigh. In language which Bo tongue COT speak. 4 Who would not wish to die, like t!io30 Whom Go Pi own Spirit deigns to bless; To sink in-to that soft re-poie, Then wake to perfect hap-pi-ness! 4 Dear Saviour! let thy powerful love Confirm our faith, our fears remove; Oh, sweetly reign in every breast, And guides us to eter--nal rest. weep; A calm and un-dis-turbed re-pose, Un-bro-ken by the last of foes.-0-0-0 Asleep in Je-sus! oh, how Bweet To be for such a slumber meet! With ho-ly con-fi-denco to sing, That death has lost its venonied sting! Asleep in Je-sus! oh, for mo May such a blissful refuse be! 8e-onr(c)-1jr shall my ash-es lie, And wait the summons from on high. 3 Bid gentle patience smile on pain, Till dying hope djjjUJ live a-gain; Hope wipes the tear from sorrow's eye, And faith points upward to the sky. Put on the Lord, if thou hast known Tlie inward pcaco of sins forgiven; If o'er thy contrite soul has shone The joy of faith, the light of heaven. Put mi the Lord, if thou hast known The inward poaco of sins forgiven; If o'er thy contrite 60ul has shone The joy of faith, the light of.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 44 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 95g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236494288
  • 9781236494283