Gospel Sonnets: Or, Spiritual Songs, in Six Parts ... Concerning Creation and Redemption, Law and Gospel, Justification and Sactification, Faith and Sense, Heaven and Earth ...
T. Lumisden, 1751 - 264 sider
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alſo Antinomian baſe Becauſe believe Believer's beſt bleſt Bliſs Blood boaſt Bride Caſe Cauſe Chriſt cloſe Conſcience Curſe Darkneſs Death Deſert Deſire divine Doſt Dreſs elſe endleſs ev'ry everlaſting Faith firſt Fleſh glorious Glory Goſpel-grace Grace Guilt Heart Heav'n heav'nly Hell Hence higheſt himſelf Holineſs holy Husband is thy Iſa itſelf jeſus joyful juſt Juſtice juſtifying juſtly laſt Law and Goſpel leſs live Lord Loſs loſt Love Luſts Matth Mercy moſt muſt myſelf Myſtery never º º perfeót Perſon pleaſe Pleaſure Pow'r Praiſe preſent Promiſe Pſal Reſt Righteouſneſs riſe S E C ſacred ſad ſaid Saints ſame ſave ſay Sečt ſee ſeek ſeem Senſe ſet ſhall ſhe ſhew ſhould Sinners ſome Soul ſov’reign Spirit ſtand ſtay ſtill ſtrong ſuch ſure ſweet thee themſelves theſe thine thoſe Thouſand thro Thy Husband truſt unto Uſe Whoſe Wrath
Side 163 - O send me down a draught of love, Or take me hence to drink above ! Here, Marah's water fills my cup ; But there, all griefs are swallow'd up. Love here is scarce a faint desire ; But there, the spark's a flaming fire ; , Joys here are drops, that passing flee ; But there, an overflowing sea. My faith, that sees so darkly here, Will there resign to vision clear...
Side 163 - But there an overflowing sea. My faith, that sees so darkly here, Will there resign to vision clear ; My hope, that's here a weary groan, Will to fruition yield the throne. Here fetters hamper freedom's wing, But there the captive is a king ; And grace is like a buried seed, But sinners there are saints indeed.
Side 236 - That you alone have highest ground To sing the royalties of grace ; We claim the same adoring place." What ! will no rival-finger yield He has a match upon the field ? " Come then, and let us all agree " To praise upon the highest key.
Side 236 - The list'ning millions round about With sweet resentment loudly shout— " What voice is this, comparing notes, " That to their song chief place allots ? 16 " We can't allow of such a sound, " That you alone have highest ground, " To sing the royalties of grace ; " We claim the same adoring place.'* 17 What ! will no rival-singer yield He has a match upon the field ? " Come then, and let us all agree, " To praise upon the highest key.
Side 164 - ... the throne. Here fetters hamper freedom's wing ; But there, the captive is a king ; And grace is like a buried seed But sinners there are saints indeed. My portion here's a crumb at best ; But there, the Lamb's eternal feast ; My praise is now a smother'd fire ; But then, I'll sing and never tire. Now dusky shadows cloud my day ; But then, the shades will flee away ; My Lord will break the dimming glass, And show His glory face to face. My numerous foes now beat me down ; But then, I'll wear...
Side 174 - Death loosed the massy chain of woe, To let the mournful captives go. " Death is to us a sweet repose ; The bud was ope'd to show the rose ; The cage was broke to let us fly, And build our happy nest on high.
Side 95 - Dost ask the place, the spot of land, Where Jesus did thee meet ? And how he got thy heart and hand ? Thy husband then was sweet.
Side 176 - Our Lord is ours, and we are His, Yea, now we see Him as He is : And hence we like unto Him are, And full His glorious image share. No darkness now, no dismal night ; No vapour intercepts the light ; We see for ever face to face The highest Prince in highest place. This, this does heav'n enough afford, We are for ever with the Lord ; We want no more, for all is given ; His presence is the heart of heaven.