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" Thou great power ! in whom I move, For whom I live, to whom I die, Behold me through Thy beams of love. Whilst on this couch of tears I lie ; And cleanse my sordid soul within By Thy Christ's blood, the bath of sin... "
Poems by Sir Henry Wotton, Sir Walter Raleigh and Others - Page 51
by Sir Henry Wotton, Sir Walter Raleigh - 1845 - 136 pages
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The Monthly Mirror: Reflecting Men and Manners, with Strictures ..., Volume 12

Performing Arts - 1801
...civilities." The following very beautiful hymn was written by him in his sickness. O thou great Power, in whom I move, For whom I live, to whom I die ! Behold...I lie ; And cleanse my sordid soul within, By thy Christ's blood, the bath of sin. No hallowed oils, no grains I need, No rays of saints, no purging...
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The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature, Volume 7

1813
...here quoted from p. 362. A II a inn to mi/ God in a night of my late sickness. Oh thou great Power ! in whom I move, For whom I live, to whom I die, Behold...beams of love Whilst on this couch of tears I lie; And cleans* my sordid soul within By thy Christ's blood, the Bath of Sin. No hallow'd oyls, no grains I...
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The Investigator (or, Quarterly magazine) [ed. by W.B. Collyer, T. Raffles ...

William Bengo' Collyer - 1820
...known than this little composition. " O, thou great power, in whom we move, By whom we live, to whom we die, Behold me through thy beams of love, Whilst on this couch of tears I lie, And cleans* my sordid soul within By thy Christ's blood, the bath of sin. " No hallowed oils, no gums I...
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Kentish poets: A series of writers in English poetry, natives ..., Volumes 1-2

Rowland Freeman - Authors, English - 1821
...to serve you, H. WOTTON.* A Hymn to my God, in a night of my late Sicknem. Oh ! thou great power ! in whom I move, For whom I live, — to whom I die,...thy beams of love, Whilst on this couch of tears I He ; And cleanse my sordid soul within, By thy Christ's blood, the bath of sin. No hallowed oils, no...
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Select poetry; chiefly on subjects connected with religion

Select poetry - 1825
...it peaceful lies, And tells to man his glorious destinies. O, THOU great power ! in whom I move, By whom I live, to whom I die, Behold me through thy...tears I lie, And cleanse my sordid soul within By thy Christ's blood, the bath of sin. No hallowed oils, no gums I need, No rags of saints, no purging fire...
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The Hopkinsian Magazine, Volume 2

Otis Thompson - Congregational churches - 1826
...composition, without being offen Jed with the quaintneM of »ome of the expressions. О THOU great Power, in whom I move, For whom I live, to whom I die '. Behold me through thy beams of 1ère, Whilst on this couch of team I lie. And cleanse my sordid soul within By thy Christ's blood,...
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Specimens of Sacred And Serious Poetry

John Johnstone - 1827
...piom and amiable mind. A MEDITATION. O TBOU great Power! in whom we move, By whom we live, to whom we die, Behold me through thy beams of love, Whilst on...tears I lie, And cleanse my sordid soul within By thy Christ's blood, the bath of sin. No hallowed oils, no gums I need, No new-born drams of purging fire;...
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Antichrist; papal, Protestant, and infidel, an estimate of the religion of ...

John Riland - 1828
...this couch of tears I lie j And cleanse my sordid soul within By thy Christ's blood, the bath of sin. For whom I live, to whom I die! Behold me through thy beams of love, No hallowed oils, no grains I need, Was worlds of seas to quench thine ire; Oh precious ransom ! which,...
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The Sacred Lyre: Comprising Poems, Devotional, Moral and Preceptive ...

Christian poetry, English - 1828 - 360 pages
...move, By whom we live, to whom we die, ; Behold me through thy beams of love. Whilst on this conch of tears I lie, And cleanse my sordid soul within By thy Christ's blood, the hath of sin. No hallow'd oils, no gums I need. No new-born drams of purging fire...
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The London encyclopaedia: or, Universal dictionary of science, art ..., Volume 7

Thomas Curtis - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1829
...contend with growing light. Id. 0, thou great power, in 'whom we move, By whom we live, Lo whom we e kettles were suspended in the air near a brazen statue, which held a Wotton. So long u God shall live, so long shall the damned die. Hakewill on Providence. At first she...
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