The Poetical Works of John and Charles Wesley: Reprinted from the Originals, with the Last Corrections of the Authors; Together with the Poems of Charles Wesley Not Before Published, Volume 2

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Wesleyan-Methodist Conference Office, 1869
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Page 78 - Thy nature, gracious Lord, impart; Come quickly from above, Write thy new name upon my heart, Thy new, best name of Love.
Page 174 - What though my shrinking flesh complain, And murmur to contend so long, I rise superior to my pain ; When I am weak, then I am strong ; And when my all of strength shall fail, I shall with the God-man prevail.
Page 323 - ARISE, my soul, arise ; Shake off thy guilty fears ; The bleeding Sacrifice In my behalf appears : Before the throne my Surety stands, My name is written on his hands. 2 He ever lives above, For me to intercede ; His all-redeeming love, His precious blood, to plead ; His blood atoned for all our race, And sprinkles now the throne of grace. 3...
Page 175 - My prayer hath power with God ; the grace Unspeakable I now receive, Through faith I see thee face to face, I see thee face to face, and live : In vain I have not wept, and strove, Thy nature, and thy name is love.
Page 209 - I want a heart to pray, To pray and never cease, Never to murmur at thy stay, Or wish my sufferings less.
Page 174 - Wilt Thou not yet to me reveal Thy new, unutterable Name ? Tell me, I still beseech Thee, tell : To know it now, resolved I am : Wrestling, I will not let Thee go, Till I thy Name, thy Nature know.
Page 176 - Lame as I am, I take the prey, Hell, earth, and sin, with ease o'ercome; I leap for joy, pursue my way, And as a bounding hart fly home! Through all eternity to prove, Thy Nature and Thy Name is Love I CATHOLIC LOVE.
Page 175 - I know thee, Saviour, who thou art, Jesus, the feeble sinner's friend; Nor wilt thou with the night depart, But stay, and love me to the end; Thy mercies never shall remove, Thy nature and thy name is Love.
Page 246 - The word of God is sure, And never can remove ; We shall in heart be pure, And perfected in love : Rejoice in hope, rejoice with me, We shall from all our sins be free...
Page 207 - O how swiftly didst thou move To save me in the trying hour ! Still protect me with thy love, And shield me with thy power.

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