A Collection of Millennial Hymns: Adapted to the Present Order of the Church

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Printed in the United Society, 1847 - Hymns, English - 200 pages
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Page 79 - Speak gently to the young ; for they Will have enough to bear, Pass through this life as best they may,. 'Tis full of anxious care.
Page 79 - Speak gently ; let no harsh words mar The good we might do here. 2. Speak gently to the little child ; Its love be sure to gain ; Teach it in accents soft and mild : It may not long remain.
Page 79 - Speak gently to the aged one, Grieve not the careworn heart ; The sands of life are nearly run — Let such in peace depart. Speak gently, kindly, to the poor, Let no harsh tone be heard ; They have enough they must endure, Without an unkind word. Speak gently to the erring ; know They...
Page 80 - Tis a little thing Dropp'd in the heart's deep well, The good, the joy which it may bring, Eternity shall tell.
Page 43 - Holy, holy, holy is the Lord God Almighty, who was and is and is to come!
Page 8 - For light beams from on high ; From earth and dust thy garments shake, Thy glory's drawing nigh. " To raise thee high above the earth, God will his power employ ; He'll turn thy mourning into mirth, Thy sorrow into joy. In shining robes thyself array, Put on thy garments pure ; Thy King shall lead thee in the way That's holy, safe and sure.
Page 79 - Oh, win them back again ! Speak gently ! He who gave His life To bend man's stubborn will, When elements were in fierce strife Said to them,
Page 15 - Se lone' se ka' ra an ve'; My work upon earth is holy, holy and pure, That work which will ever, forever endure. "Yea, my heavenly Father hath se-ve'-ned to you That power which is holy and that faith which is true : O then, rny beloved, why will ye delay? O la ho' le en se
Page 180 - Will help us feel our troubles less, and bear the greater trial ; The Spirit, like a little dove, on Jesus once descended, To show his meekness and his love the emblem was intended. The title of the little Lamb unto our Lord was given, Such was...
Page 8 - Zion, arise, break forth in songs Of everlasting joy ; To God eternal praise belongs, Who doth thy foes destroy. Thou Church of God, awake ! awake ! For light beams from on high ; From earth and dust thy garments shake, Thy glory's drawing nigh.

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