Hymns for Private Devotion for the Sundays and Saints' Days Throughout the Year

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J. Hatchard, 1825 - 128 sider

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Side 126 - The learned, the judicious, the pious Boerhaave relates, that he never saw a criminal dragged to execution without asking himself, " Who knows " whether this man is not less culpable than me ?" On the days when the prisons of this city are emptied into the grave, let every spectator of the dreadful procession put the same question to his own heart. Few among those...
Side 125 - A TREATISE on the RECORDS of the CREATION, and on the MORAL ATTRIBUTES of the CREATOR.
Side 10 - EVn in thy sombrest wintry vest, Of blessed days thou art most blest. Nor frigid air nor gloomy morn Shall check our jubilee ; Bright is the day when Christ was born, No sun need shine but He ; Let roughest storms their coldest blow, With love of Him our hearts shall glow.
Side 12 - Our frail humanity : Son of high God, creation's Heir, He leaves His Heaven to raise us there. Through Him, Lord, we are born anew, Thy children once again ; Oh ! day by day our hearts renew, That Thine we may remain, And, angel-like, may all agree, One sweet and holy family. Oft, as this joyous morn doth come To speak our Saviour's love, Oh, may it bear our spirits home, Where He now reigns above ; That day which brought Him from the skies, And man restores to Paradise ! Then let winds usher thee,...
Side 125 - Edition. 12mo 5». (...'. boards. " Oh may these scattered rays of hope impart Some gleam of comfort to thy drooping heart, Lighten its sorrows, and console its fears, In thy sad passage through this vale of tears.
Side 128 - FRIENDLY ADVICE on the MANAGEMENT and EDUCATION of CHILDREN, addressed to the Parents of the Middle and Labouring Classes of Society. By the Author of " Hints for the Improvement of early Education und Nursery Discipline.
Side 127 - Mathilde." By the Rev J. BERESFORD, MA Rector of Kibworth, Leicestershire ; late Fellow of Merton College. 8vo.
Side 126 - MISS.-EXTRACTS from the RELIGIOUS WORKS of FENELON, Archbishop of Cambray. Translated from the Original French. By .Miss MARSHALL.
Side 12 - At those fair spirits of light ; I see them bending o'er the Child With that untold delight Which marks the face of those who view Things but too happy to be true. There, in the lowly manger laid, Incarnate God they see ; He stoops to take, through spotless maid, Our frail humanity : Son of high God, creation's Heir, He leaves His Heaven to raise us there. Through Him, Lord, we are born anew, Thy children once again ; Oh ! day by day our hearts renew, That Thine we may remain, And, angel-like, may...
Side 128 - ROMANCE; or an ATTEMPT to Elucidate ST. PAUL'S EPISTLE TO THE -ROMANS. By an original Translation, Explanatory Notes, and New Divisions. By the Rev.

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