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" IS there ambition in my heart ! Search gracious God, and see ; Or do I act a haughty part ? Lord, I appeal to Thee. 2 I charge my thoughts, be humble still, And all my carriage mild ; Content, my Father, with Thy will, And quiet as a child. 3 The patient... "
The Psalms of David: Imitated in the Language of the New Testament, and ... - Page 277
by Isaac Watts - 1789 - 308 pages
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A Form of Prayer, and a New Collection of Psalms,: For the Use of a ...

Congregation of Protestant Dissenters in Liverpool - Bible - 1763 - 261 pages
...all my ca-ranre mild, Content, my father, with thy will, m. The patient foul, the lowly mind, Slial 1 have a large reward : Let faints in forrow lie refign'd, And truft a faithful LORD. PSALM CXX. - Obedience is better than Sacrifice. Common Metre. I. THUS faith the LORD, " the fpacious fields,...
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The Psalms of David, Imitated in the Language of the New Testament ..., Part 4

Bible - 1769 - 304 pages
...haughty part ? Lord, I appeal to thee. ., ". . ; i I charge my thoughts, be humble Ml, .' ' And all ray carriage mild, Content, my Father, with thy will,...mind Shall have a large reward : Let faints in forrow lye refign'd, And trufl: a faithful Lord. te , CXXXII. 5, 13— 18. Long Metre. iŁ» / ' ttlment of...
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Hymns and spiritual songs, mostly collected from various authors

Hymns - 1772
...: Or Or do I aft a haughty part ? Lord, I appeal to thec. 2 I charge my thoughts, be humble ftill, And all my carriage mild ; Content, my Father, with...lowly mind, Shall have a large reward : Let faints in farrow lie refign'd, . And truft a faithful Lord. CCLXI. At the Settlement of a Church; or, the Ordination...
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The Psalms of David, in metre. To which are added, Hymns, particularly ...

1776
...fee ; Or do I aft a haughty part ? Lord, I appeal to thee. 2 I charge my thoughts, be humble dill, and all my carriage mild ; Content, my father, with...quiet as a child. 3 The patient foul, the lowly mind, • fhall have a large reward : Let faints in forrow lie refign'd, and truft a faithful Lord. ' [By...
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The Book of Psalms: As Translated, Paraphrased, Or Imitated by Some of the ...

Bible - 1781 - 513 pages
...and fee; Or do I aft a haughty Part ? Lord, I appeal to thee. I charge my Thoughts, be humble ftill, And all my Carriage mild, Content, my Father, with thy Will, And lowly as a Child. The patient Soul, the humble Mind Shall have a large Reward : Let Saints in Sorrow...
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The Psalms of David: Selected from Various Versions, and Adapted to Public ...

Bible - 1785 - 292 pages
...do I aft a haughty Part ? LORD, I appeal to Thee. •• a I charge my Thoughts, be humble ftill,. And all my Carriage mild, Content, my FATHER, with thy Will,* And quiet as a Child. 3. The patient Soul,• the lowly Mind Shall have a large Reward : Let Saints in Sorrow lie. reflgn'd, , And truft...
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A selection of Psalms for social worship [ed. by N. Cappe].

Newcome Cappe - 1786
...fee ; Or do I act a haughty part ? Lord, I appeal to thee. 2 I charge my thoughts, be humble ftfll, And all my carriage mild ; Content, my father, with...mind, Shall have a large reward : Let faints in forrow be refign'd, And truft a faithful Lord. W. PSALM LXXVII. Daily and nightly devotion. 1 YE that obey...
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A Selection of Psalms for Social Worship

Bible - 1786 - 294 pages
...fee $ Or do I a<5t a haughty part ? Lord, I appeal to thee. 2 I charge my thoughts, be humble ftill, And all my carriage mild ; Content, my father, with...The patient foul, the lowly mind, Shall have a large rewardj Let faints in forrow be refign'd, And truft a faithful Lord. -W. PSALM tXXVII. Daily and nightly...
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A collection of psalms and hymns for public worship, unmixed with the ...

Collection - 1788
...paffion thou doft worfe efteem, None more infults thy plan. 2 I charge my thoughts, be humble ft ill, And all my carriage mild, Content, my Father, with thy will, And lowly as a child. 4 The gentle heart, which all men loves, God with complacence eyes ; The world may...
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The devout monitor: or Remonstrances and sermons, upon various subjects ...

Devout monitor - 1795
...fee, Or Or do I aft a haughty part ? Lord, I appeal to thee. I charge my thoughts, be humble ftill, And all my carriage mild; Content, my Father, with thy will, And quiet as a child. The patient foul, the lovely mind, Shall have a great reward : Let faints in forrow lie refign'd, And...
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