Songs of Zion Enlarged; A Manual of the Best and Most Popular Hymns and Tunes, for Social and Private Devotion

Songs of Zion Enlarged; A Manual of the Best and Most Popular Hymns and Tunes, for Social and Private Devotion

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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. 1864 edition. Excerpt: ...wings, celestial Dove. 3. Oh might I once mount up and see The glories of th' eternal skies, What little things these worlds would be, How despicable to my eyes! 4. Great All in all, eternal King, Let me but view thy lovely face, And all niy powers shall bow and sing Thine endless grandeur and thy grace, watta. 2i6. PEAY-WITHOUT CEASING. L. M. 1. PRAYER was appointed to convey The blessings God designs to give; Long as they live should Christians pray, For only while they pray they live. 2. If pains afflict or wrongs oppress, If cares distract or fears dismay, If guilt deject, if sin distress, The remedy's before thee--pray. 3. 'T is prayer supports the soul that's weak, Though thought be broken, language lame; Pray, if thou canst or canst not speak, But pray with faith in Jesus' name. Hart 1. Ye hum-ble souls, approach your God With 2. All na-ture owns his guar-dian care; In 3. He gave his Son, his on-ly Son, To songs of sa-eredpraise; For he is good, supremely him we live and move; But no-bier hen-e-fits de ran-som reb-el worms; 'T is here he makes his goodness good, And kind are all his clare The won-ders of his I ways. love. 4. To this dear refuge, Lord, we come; 'Tis here our hope rehes: A safe defence, a peaceful home, When storms of trouble rise. 5. Thine eye beholds, with kind regard, The souls who trust in thee; Their humble hope thou wilt reward With bliss divinely free. Steele 218. LOVE TO CHRIST. C. M. 1. DO not I love thee, O my Lord? Behold my heart, and see; And turn each cursed idol out That dares to rival thee. 2. Do not I love thee from my soul? Then let me nothing love: Dead be my heart to every joy, When Jesus cannot move. 3. Is not thy name melodious still To mine attentive ear? Doth not each pulse with pleasure bound My...show more

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  • Paperback | 48 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 104g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236505131
  • 9781236505132