Hymns Composed by Different Authors: At the Request of the General Convention of Universalists of the New England States and Others

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Committee, 1810 - Hymns, English - 360 pages
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Page 202 - lays. 3 Far as the curse is found, He makes his blessings flow; Thorns shall no more infest the ground, Nor man his sorrows know. 4 He rules with truth and grace, And makes the nations prove The glories of his righteousness, And wonders of his love.
Page 2 - of the said district, hath deposited in this office the title of a book, the right whereof he claims as proprietor, in the words following, to wit, Hymns,
Page 345 - Thy light, divinely spread, Hath broke the darksome gloom: for this our tongues thy love proclaim, And chant the honors of thy name. 4 Now may we dwell in peace, Till here again we come; And may our love increase, Till
Page 344 - thy face, A gain, with joy, we bow, For all the gifts and grace, Thou dost on us bestow; Our tongues would all thy love proclaim, And chant the honors of thy name. 2 Here, in thine earthly house,
Page 78 - His own soft hand shall wipe the tears From ev'ry weeping eye; And pains and groans, and griefs and fears, And death itself shall die.
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Page 239 - meet us here, And crown the banquet all divine. 5 O bless us while we here remain, With h,oly love, thy servants fill; O may thy doctrine drop like rain, And like the silent dew distil. 6 While we attend thy church's care, O grant us wisdom from above; With cautious steps and humble prayer, May we fulfil the works of love.
Page 199 - state. 3 Their robes they've wash'd in Jesus' blood From ev'ry spot of sin ; They stand before the throne of God, And of his mercies sing. 4 Hunger and thirst they know no more, From burning heats refresh'd; The Lamb shall feed them from his store, And give them endless rest. 5 To living streams of heav'nly joy, Jesus shall
Page 73 - ever wield; His foes, before his face, To strength divine, shall yield. The conquest of his truth shall show What an almighty arm can do, 3 His alienated sons, By sin beguil'd, betray'd; Shall then be born at once, And willing subjects made. Such numbers shall his courts adorn, As dew drops of the vernal morn. 4 His realm shall ever stand, By
Page 307 - which none can tell, In streams of grace, imparts. 2 Then may we comprehend, With all the saints in light; And see his boundless grace extend, And know its depth and height. 3 Then fill'd with ev'ry grace, From strength to strength we'll go; While Jesus shews his smiling face, In ev'ry scene of wo. 4

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