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" My faith would lay her hand On that dear head of thine, While like a penitent I stand And there confess my sin. "
The Works of the Reverend George Whitefield, M.A...: Containing All His ... - Page 407
by George Whitefield - 1771
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A Collection of Hymns for Social Worship: More Particularly Designed for the ...

George Whitefield - 1758 - 178 pages
.... Or wafh away the Stain. • But Chrift, the heav'nly Lamb, Takes all our Sins away ; A Sacrifice of nobler Name, And richer Blood than they. My Faith...On that dear Head of thine, While like a Penitent I ftand, And there ccnfefs my Sin. My Soul looks back to fee The Burdens thou didft bear, When hanging...
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A collection of psalms and hymns, extr. from various authors, and publ. by ...

Collection - 1767
...our Sins away ; A Sacrifice of nobler Name, And richer Blood than they ! III. My Faith would lay its 'Hand * On that dear Head of thine, While like a Penitent I ftand And there confefs my Sin. IV. My Soul looks back to fee The Burdens Thou didft bear, f When hanging...
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Hymns and Spiritual Songs: In Three Books. ... By I. Watts, D.D.

Isaac Watts - 1773 - 338 pages
...the heav'nly Lamb Takes all our Sins away ; A Sacrifice of nobler Name, And richer Blood than they. g My Faith would lay her Hand On that dear Head of thine ; While like a Penitent I (land, And there confefs my Sin« ; HYMNS AND BOOK!!, When hanging on the curfcd Tree, And hopes her...
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A collection of psalms and hymns, from various authors

Collection - 1774
...our firts aWay ; A facrifice of nobler name, And. -richer blood than they. 3 My faith would lay its hand On that dear -head of thine, While like a penitent I Hand, And there confefs my fin. 4 My foul looTis back to fee The burdens thou dklft bear, When hanging...
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A collection of psalms and hymns, extr. from different authors by mr. De Courcy

Richard De Courcy - 1775
...our Tins away ;' A facrifice of nobler name, And richer blood than they ! III. My faith wou'd lay its hand On that dear head of thine. While like a penitent I fland And there confefs my fin. IV. My foul looks back to fee The burdens thou dift bear, When hanging...
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Psalms and Hymns for Public and Private Worship

1776 - 408 pages
...peace*, Or wafb away the ilain^ But CHRIST, the heav'nly LAME, Takes all our guilt away; A facrifiee of nobler name, And richer blood than they. My faith would lay her hand On that dear head of thine, Whilft like a penitent I ftand, And there corifefs rri'y fin. My foul looks back to fee The burdens...
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A Choice Collection of Spiritual and Divine Hymns: Taken from Various ...

Choice collection, Charles Hull (of Bristol) - 1776 - 488 pages
...guilty confcience peace^ Or wafh away the ("bin. But Chrift, the heav'nly Lamb, Takes all our fins away : A facrifice of nobler name, And richer blood than they. My faith would lay its hand On that dear head of thine : While like a penitent 1 ftand, And there confefs my fin. My foul...
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Hymns and spiritual songs. 1st Worcester ed

Isaac Watts - 1786
...heav'nly Lamb, Takes all our fins away ; A facrilice of nobler name, And richer blood than they. 3 My faith would lay her hand On that dear head of thine, While like a penitent I ftand, And there confefs my fm. 4 My foul looks back to fee The burdens thou didft Jbear, When hanging...
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A Collection of Hymns for Social Worship: More Particularly Designed for the ...

George Whitefield - 1801 - 288 pages
...confcienee peace, Or wafli away the ftain. But Chrift, the heav'nly Lamb, ' Takes all our fins away ; v A facrifice of nobler name, And richer blood than...On that dear head of thine, While like a penitent I fland, . And there confefs my fin. My foul looks buck to fee The burdens thou didft bear, When hanging...
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A selection of hymns, from various authors, adapted to public worship by T ...

Selection - 1801
...guilty confciencc peace, Or wafh away the ftain. But Chrift, the heav'nly Lamb, Takes all our fins away ; A facrifice of nobler name, And richer blood...faith would lay her hand On that dear head of thine, Whilft like a penitent I ftand, And there confefs my fin. My foul looks back to fee The burden thou...
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