Occasional Hymns (Original and Translated) by H. Kynaston

Occasional Hymns (Original and Translated) by H. Kynaston

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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. 1862 edition. Excerpt: ...Loving all asunder broke;--Burning Fountain, touch this mountain, Touch my heart, and it shall smoke! Lips that falter, from that Altar Touch Thou with the living coal, Give life's union, death's communion "With Thy Body, with Thy Soul. Bonaventura, Thirteenth Century. "Quam despectus, quam rejectus." MANHEIM. P. M. Son of Man, and Man of Sorrows, King of Heaven, our souls to save, What affliction's contradictions, All Thy Gabbatha to pave, Naked, needing, sick and bleeding, Lead Thee onward to the Grave! Think, lest sin thy spirit harden, Think of all His Glory's loss, Think what storms, to win Thy pardon, All His spotless manhood toss, Cup of trembling in the Garden, Gall and wormwood on the Cross! See Him with amazement shaken, Like a thief with staves pursued, Bound with cords, the Boundless, taken, Straiten'd on the gaging Eood, Jeer'd by foes, by friends forsaken, Mock'd by all the multitude! See, the nail-dint's hard intrusion All His beauteous limbs unseams, Dims His eyes with death's suffusion, Quenches all their loving streams, Blunting with His pain's contusion All the sunshine of their beams! II. "Qui haec audi), ingemuce." Thou that hearest, with His groaning Blend a life-long sorrow's years; With His Crucifixion's moaning Mix thy penitential tears; All thy righteousness disowning, Saved, as He was saved, with fears. Him, Who in that sorrow bore thee, Him in all thy sorrows find; Set that Man of Grief before thee, Most afflicted of mankind; Die with Him till He restore thee, All His chain of grief unwind. Brother, whatsoe'er thou doest, Wheresoe'er thy footsteps fall, Of all friends the best and truest, Him in all thy thoughts recall; Let His sorrow be the newest, Best, and purest grief of all! Jesu, in Thy...
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  • Paperback | 26 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 1mm | 68g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236645537
  • 9781236645531