The Experience of Several Eminent Methodist Preachers: With an Account of Their Call to and Success in the Ministry

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Joseph Dix, 1812 - Clergy - 354 pages
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Page 178 - Where only Christ is heard to speak, Where Jesus reigns alone. SO for a lowly contrite Heart, Believing, true, and clean ! Which neither Life nor Death Can part From him who dwells within. 4 A Heart in ev'ry thought renew'd, And full of Love Divine ; Perfect, and right, and pure, and good, A Copy, Lord, of thine.
Page 178 - dwells within. 4 A Heart in ev'ry thought renew'd, And full of Love Divine ; Perfect, and right, and pure, and good, A Copy, Lord, of thine. 5 Thy tender Heart is still the same, And melts at Human woe
Page 178 - Manna, and the Tree Of Life, and the White Stone. 8 Thy nature, gracious Lord, impart, Come quickly from above ; Write thy new name upon my Heart, Thy new, best name of LOVE. THE
Page 55 - great thing wrought upon me all at once. But God's ways are not as our ways, nor HIS thoughts as our thoughts. He led me by a way
Page 221 - FROM thee my God my Joys shall rise And run Eternal rounds. Beyond the Limits of the Skies, And all created Bounds. The Holy Triumph of my Soul Shall Death itself out-brave ; Leave dull Mortality behind, And fly
Page 60 - I will trufl and not be afraid: for the Lord Jehovah is my Strength and my Song, he alfo is
Page 2 - you Sings ? O ! for a shout from Old and Young, From humble Swains and lofty Kings. Wide as His vast Dominion lies, Make the Creator's name be known, Loud as
Page 221 - Sweet Jesus ev'ry Smile of thine Shall fresh Endearments bring, And thousand Tastes of New Delight, From all thy graces spring. Up to THY blest abode : Fly, for my Spirit longs to see
Page 2 - shout His praise, And sound it lofty as His Throne. Jehovah! 'tis a Glorious Word, O may it dwell on every Tongue ; But Saints who best have known the
Page 336 - And humbly own to thee, " How feeble is our mortal frame, " What dying worms we be !

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