A Selection of Hymns and Spiritual Songs; In Two Parts, Part I. Containing the Hymns, Part II. Containing the Songs Designed (Especially the Former Part) for the Use of Congregations, as an Appendix to Dr. Watts Psalms and Hymns

A Selection of Hymns and Spiritual Songs; In Two Parts, Part I. Containing the Hymns, Part II. Containing the Songs Designed (Especially the Former Part) for the Use of Congregations, as an Appendix to Dr. Watts Psalms and Hymns

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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. 1811 edition. Excerpt: ... My eomforts all he gone! 3 Not all the glories of this earth. Can do me any good; My soul ahhors all earnal mirth, And groans to find my God. 4 O should I see his faee again, l "d tell him all my wo., Confess how guilty T have heen To leave my Jesus so. 5 Then I would elasp him in my arms, And he should have my heart; And earth, with all her treaeh'rous eharms, For ever should depart. CCLXT. C. M. New Selee. Two natures in one Believer. Gal. v. 17. 1 A LAS! it is a thorny rand A Thatlameall'dtotread; And many air the snares and traps That for my feet are laid. 2 The world, the flesh, and Satan Ire Agninst my soul eomhin'd; And, worse than all, this evil heart Is with the tempter join'd! S An awful truth I 1 daily feel Old nature is the same It ever was, and ne'er will die While I in flesh remain. 4 What hut the pow'r of mighty grade Could sueh a wreteh restram, From running into ev'ry viee, Among the world agam. 5 That graee T know ean never fail, Suffieient it will he; The Lord hath said, it shall sustain So weak a worm as me. o Forgttnot,0 my soul, thy God Is an unehanging friend; And in Ms strength thou shalt o'ereome, Aud trinmph in the end. WORSHIP. 362,363 CCLXII. CM. NewSetee. Living, Moving, and Aeting, all from God. 1 T ORD, what is man! that ehild of pride, Xj That hoasts his high degree? If left one moment to hnuself? He sinks, and where is he? 2 In thee I live, and move, and amt Thou deal'st me out my days; Lord, as thou dost renew my life Let me renew thy praise. 3 To thee T eome, from thee I am. And for thee I must he; Tis hetter for me not to live, Than not to live to thee; 4 This nohle and immortal soul Thou hreathedst into me, And this my soul shall still hreathe forth Immortal praise to thee. CCLXIII. 148th. New Selee....show more

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  • Paperback | 90 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 177g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236601831
  • 9781236601834