Scriptual Hymns: Adapted to Sermons Designed for Revivals ... (Google eBook)

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E. & H. Clark, 1824 - Revival hymns - 72 pages
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Page ii - BBOWN, of the said district, hath deposited in this office the title of a book, the right whereof he claims as author, in the words following, to wit : " Sertorius : or, the Roman Patriot.
Page 68 - VVe bow before th' eternal throne, And offer up our humble praise To him whose name is God alone. 9 ^n this auspicious eve draw near, And shed thy richest blessings down; Fill ev'ry heart with love sincere, And all thy faithful mercies crown. 3 Grant now thy presence, gracious Lord, And hearken to our fervent pray'r; The nuptial vow in heav'n record, And bless the newly married pair.
Page 16 - Judge severe— How just, how holy is the Lord ! While Christians hope with humble fear, Let sinners tremble at his word. 2 His law condemns the wicked now, And goodness seals their awful doom ; But wrath, tho' here unseen, and slow, Will burst, and burn beyond the tomb. 3 Then how may hope and peace be found ! My trembling, anxious heart inquires ;— A hope secure on gospel ground, No phantom which the world inspires...
Page 13 - To know thy will, thy name to love ; Our duty from thy word to learn, And gain the wisdom from above. 2 Religion must be all in all, Would we th' immortal prize obtain, Retrieve the ruins of the fall, And 'scape the death of endless pain. 3 Send thy good Spirit, Lord, we pray, To sanctify and cleanse our heart ; May we repent, believe, obey, . And from thy service ne'er depart.
Page ii - Sermons on the distinguishing Doctrines and Duties of Experimental Religion, and especially designed for Revivals. By Chauncey Lee, DD pastor of a Church in Colebrook, Conn.
Page 22 - Now ev'ry hope denied, Bereft of every good, He must the wrath abide Of an avenging God ; No mercy there Will greet his ear, Nor wipe the tear Of black despair. 3 Sinners, awake, attend, And flee the wrath to come; Make Christ, the Judge, your friend, And...
Page 13 - Religion. 1 Teach us, O Lord, the great concern, To know thy will, thy name to love ; Our duty from thy word to learn, And gain the wisdom from above. 2 Religion must be all in all, Would we th' immortal prize obtain, Retrieve the ruins of the fall, And 'scape the death of endless pain.
Page 17 - A hope secure, on solid ground, No phantom which the world inspires. 4. Dear Saviour, friend of sinners, hear, And on me lift thy smiling face ; My sins forgive — wipe every tear, And bid me taste thy cheering grace.

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