Hymns Composed on Various Subjects

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Página 148 - Saints and angels, join'd in concert, Sing the praises of the Lamb ; While the blissful seats of heaven Sweetly echo with his name, Hallelujah ! Sinners here may sing the same.
Página 109 - This God is the God we adore, Our faithful, unchangeable Friend ; Whose love is as great as His power, And neither knows measure nor end. 'Tis Jesus, the first and the last ; Whose Spirit shall guide us safe home, We'll praise Him for all that is past, And trust Him for all that's to come.
Página 148 - Pleads the merit of his blood : Venture on Him, venture wholly, Let no other trust intrude : None but Jesus Can do helpless sinners good.
Página 231 - To hear the sorrows thou hast felt, Dear Lord, an adamant would melt; But I can read each moving line, And nothing move this heart of mine.
Página 11 - Revive our drooping faith, Our doubts and fears remove ; And kindle in our breasts the flame Of never-dying love.
Página 184 - Father in his throne. 2 There he reigns a King supreme; We shall also reign with him. Feeble souls, be not dismay'd ; Trust in his almighty aid. 3 He has made an end of sin, And his blood has wash'd us clean; Fear not ; he is ever near ; Now, e'en now, he's with us here. 4 Thus assembling, we, by faith, Till he come, show forth his death. Of his body, bread's the sign; And we drink his blood in wine.
Página 113 - This, through grace, can be believed, But the horrors which he felt Are too vast to be conceived : None can penetrate through thee, Doleful, dark Gethsemane.
Página 125 - This pardon, this peace, .' .' Which none can destroy, This treasure of grace, This heavenly joy, . The worthless may crave it, It always comes free ; The vilest may have it, 'Twas given to me. 3 'Tis not for good deeds, Good tempers, nor frames ; From grace it proceeds, And all is the Lamb's.
Página 84 - Yet to hold deliverance sure.] 3 ['Tis to credit contradictions ; Talk with him one never sees; Cry and groan beneath afflictions, Yet to dread the thoughts of ease: 'Tis to feel the fight against us, Yet the victory hope to gain ; To believe that Christ has cleansed us, Though the leprosy remain:] 4 ['Tis to hear the Holy Spirit Prompting us to secret prayer; To rejoice in Jesus...

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