A Collection of Psalms and Hymns, Extr. from Different Authors by Mr. de Courcy
General Books LLC, 2013 - 28 pages
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1775 edition. Excerpt: ...all good proceeds, Let earth and heaven adore. II. Publish, spread to all around, The great Immanuel's name, Let the trumpet's martial sound, Him Lotd of Hosts proclaim: Praise him ev'ry tuneful string, Ad the reach of heav'nly art, AH the pow'rs of music bring, The music of the heart. Him III. Him, in whom they move, and live, ' Let every creature sing, Glory to their Maker give, And homage to their King: Hallow'd be his name beneath, As in heaven on earth ador'd, Praise the Lord in every breath; Let all things praise the Lord! HYMN LXVII. Christ's Commission. I. RAISE your triumphant songs To an immortal tune; Let the wide earth resound the deeds, Celestial grace has done. II. Sing how eternaf love Its chief beloved chose, And bid him raise our wretched race From their abyss of woes. III. His hand no thunder bears, No terror clothes his brow; No bolts to drive our guilty souls To fiercer flames below. 'Twas IV. 'Twas mercy fill'd the throne, And wrath stood silent by, When Christ was sent with pardons down To rebels doom'd to die. v.: Now, sinners dry your tears, Let hopeless sorrows cease: Bow to the scepter of his love, And take the offer'd peace. VI. May we obey the call, And lay an humble claim To the salvation he hath brought, And love, and praise his name 1 HYMN LXVIII. For New Tear's Day. Luke xiii. 6.--n, I. THE Lord of earth and sky, The God of ages praise! Who reigns enthron'd on high, Ancient of endless days; Who lengthens out our trial here, And spares us yet another year. Barren ii. Another. Barren and withers trees, We cumber'd long the grounds No fruit of holiness On our dead souls was sound! Yet did he us in mercy spare, Another and another year. When justice bar'd the sword To cut the fig-tree down, The pity of our...
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