Walworth Hymns

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author, 1792 - 185 pages
 

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Page 154 - Come and hear, all ye that fear God, and I will declare what he hath done for my soul.
Page 150 - And of Zion it shall be said, This and that man was born in her: and the highest himself...
Page 57 - Foes we have, but we've a Friend, One that loves us to the end : Forward, then, with courage go ; Long we shall not dwell below ; Soon the joyful news will come, "Child, your Father calls come home!
Page 57 - ... then, with courage go; Long we shall not dwell below; Soon the joyful news will come, " Child, your Father calls come home !
Page 32 - When each can feel his brother's sigh, And with him bear a part ; When sorrow flows from eye to eye, And joy from heart to -heart. When free from envy, scorn, and pride, Our wishes all above, Each can his brother's failings hide, And show a brother's love.
Page 149 - I give unto you, That ye love one another , as I have loved you, that ye alfo love one another. 3$ By this fhall all men know that ye are my difciples, if ye have love one to another.
Page 13 - Hither die blood-bought children fly; In thy deep wounds a balsam find, And live while they behold thee die. 3 Here they forget their doubts and fears, While thy sharp sorrows meet their eyes; And bless the hand...
Page 35 - ... My sins, O how black they appear, When in that dear bosom they meet ! Those sins were the nails and the spear, That wounded his hands and his feet.
Page 35 - That we fellow-sinners might live! The life they could not take away, How ready was Jesus to give! They pierced his hands and his feet; His hands and his feet he resigned; The pangs of his body were great, But greater the pangs of his mind.
Page 4 - And shall I impatiently fret And murmur beneath his kind rod? His love and his mercy forget, And fly in the face of my God?] 4 Dear Jesus, preserve me in love, And teach me on thee to rely; Give wisdom and strength from above, Nor let me against thee reply; Then I thy great name will adore, And cheerfully bear up the cross, Nor wish thee to lessen the power Which purges my conscience from dross.

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