Spiritual Songs, Or, Songs of Praise to Almighty God: Upon Several Occasions

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D. Sedgwick ; Hamilton, Adams, and Company, 1859 - Hymns, English - 107 pages

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Page 20 - I'VE found the pearl of greatest price, My heart doth sing for joy ; And sing I must ; for Christ is mine, Christ shall my song employ.
Page 38 - Such joys as are unspeakable, And full of glory too ; Such hidden manna, hidden pearls, As worldlings do not know. Eye hath not seen, nor ear hath heard, From fancy 'tis concealed, What thou, Lord, hast laid up for thine, And hast to me revealed.
Page ix - And he answered and said unto them, I tell you that, if these should hold their peace, the stones would immediately cry out.
Page 2 - How great a being, Lord, is thine, Which doth all beings keep ! Thy knowledge is the only line To sound so vast a deep. Thou art a sea without a shore, A sun without a sphere ; Thy time is now and evermore, Thy place is everywhere, s.
Page 47 - Canaan I view from Pisgah's top, Of Canaan's grapes I taste ; My Lord, who sends unto me here, Will send for me at last. I have a God that changeth not, Why should I be perplext?
Page 38 - The stream doth water Paradise ; It makes the angels sing ; One cordial drop revives my Heart ; Hence all my joys do spring. Such joys as are unspeakable, And full of glory too ; Such hidden manna, hidden pearls, As worldlings do not know.
Page 17 - Lord, for the mercies of the night, My humble thanks I pay ; And unto thee I dedicate The first-fruits of the day. Let this day praise thee, O my God, And so let all my days : And, O let mine eternal day Be thine eternal praise.
Page 18 - Let Incense-Flames arise ; Assist me, Lord, to offer up Mine Evening Sacrifice. Awake, my Love ; Awake, my Joy ; Awake, my Heart and Tongue : Sleep not : when Mercies loudly call, Break forth into a Song.
Page 18 - Till we shall praise Thee as we would, Accept our hearts
Page 18 - Minutes and mercies multiplied Have made up all this day, Minutes came quick, but mercies were More fleet and free than they. New time, new favour, and new joys, Do a new song require ; Till I shall praise Thee as I would Accept my heart's desire.

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