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T. Cadell, 1828 - 468 pàgines
 

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God is a Consuming Fire
10
was in the spirit on the Lords Day
11
We shall reap if we faint not
12
Be of good cheer I bave overcome the world
13
Allsufficiency of Christ
14
The good part
15
Be kind one to another ye
16
No Page 22 Repentance
17
The Bible
18
And in the morning rising up a great while before it was day O
19
Rejoice in the Lord always
20
Bring no more vain oblations
21
Withdrawment from the world
22
Watch
23
Pray
24
Not alone part 1
25
The dead shall be raised
26
Our Eternal Home
27
Grace
28
The Ravages of Death
29
The frailty of Man
30
Death swallowed up in Victory
31
Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on thee
32
Christ the Atoning Sacrifice
33
Uncertainty of Life
34
Morning Hymn
35
One Master Christ or Belial
36
Gospel Invitations Obedience the proof of being taught of God
37
No Page 86 Penitence
60
The Balm of Gilead
61
Jesus the Fountain Q
62
Hosannahs offered to God
63
We have found Jesus O
64
The Believers Confidence
65
Resignation
66
Happiness found in Christ alone
67
Supplication for Pardon
68
The glorious Gospel
69
To put away sin
70
Invitation to come to Christ
71
The Law of Sinai
72
Immanuel
74
The Deluge caused by sin
75
The Foundation Stone
76
The blessed and only Potentate
77
Obligation to do Good
78
Anger Deprecated
79
Early Piety
80
All are Stewards
81
Charitable Collection
82
Confession of formal Service
83
Inward Religion
84
Conclusion of a Service
85
Sabbath Morning Assembly
86
Ordination of a Minister part 2
87
Association of Ministers
88
Solemnity of Death
90
Looking for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Chirst unto Eternal Life
91
Outer Darkness part 1
92
Outer Darkness part 2
93
Faith Hope Clarity these three but the greatest of these is Charity
94
The blessings of Revelation
95
HYWNS
97
table
103
No Page
112
ce whose
123
No Page
133
+62 The End in View
154
Ps 66 Admonitions to bless
157
12 11 12 11 11 11 11 12
161
the 112 God loveth a cheerful Giver
196
The Mount of Olives
265
Be not deceived God is not mocked for whatsoever a man soweth that shall he also reap
266
Abrahams God
269
To the Law and to the Testimony
270
The Goodness of God
271
My Departure is at Hand
272
Joy in Believing
273
Evening Hymn
274
The Great Salvation
275
A Midnight Reflection
276
Invitation to Saints and Sinners
277
Short the Race
278
God our Refuge in Distress
279
Invocation to Jesus
280
First Day of the Year
282
Watchfulness
283
Faithfulness
284
Precious Promises
285
Prayer and Praise
286
The Solemn Warning
287
O that they were wise O
288
Resignation
289
The Dying Pilgrim
290
LORDS PRAYER 395 Part 1 Our Father which art in Heaven
291
Thy Kingdom come
293
Tby will be done on earth as it is in Heaven a
294
Give us this day our daily bread
295
Part 6 Forgive us our trespasses as
297
Retrospection
304
The Sabbath of Rest
316
e proof
317
Come for all Things are now ready
322
Easter Hymn
328
Bea 1 Blessed are the poor in spirit
334
Rejoice in the Lord alway
348
Mercy
354
Blessings sought of God
356
Boast not thyself of to morrow 0
357
Prospect of Heaven
358
Return to God
359
The Complaining Christian
360
Cbrist our Confidence
361
have called thee
362
The Cross O
363
Ist Thou shalt have none other Gods but me
364
2nd Thou shalt not make to thyself any Graven Image c O
365
3d Thou shalt not take the Name of the Lord thy God in vain c
366
4th Remember the Sabbath Day to keep it holy c
367
5th Honour thy Father and thy Mother c
368
6th Thou shalt do no murder o
369
7th Thou shalt not commit adultery
370
8th Thou shalt not steal
371
9th Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour
372
10th Thou shalt not covet thy neighbours house c
373
Christ our Confidence
375
The Goal in sight
376
The Duty of Forgiveness
377
Wisdom taught by all Things
378
Song of Praise to the Saviour
379
Life a River 330
380
All Things work together for good to them that love God O
381
Rejoice
383
Sabbath Morning
384
Ps 6 Supplication for pardon through Christ
390
Par 1 The one Talent O
408
518
424
The Book of
430
Time is Short
437
416
459
419
467

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Pàgina 430 - Muse, The place of fame and elegy supply: And many a holy text around she strews That teach the rustic moralist to die. For who, to dumb forgetfulness a prey, This pleasing anxious being e'er resign'd, Left the warm precincts of the cheerful day, Nor cast one longing lingering look behind?
Pàgina 3 - Its endless being but begun ? Shall he, with an immortal mind, Too oft pursue life's shadows vain, — And with mysterious folly blind, Barter his soul for worldly gain ? Pangs, keenest to the lost, will spring From memory of their earthly state, — With moments ever on the wing, Yet felt not, prized not, till too late, Lord, teach us where our safety lies ; Let us the best of lessons learn ; Pilgrims below, may we be wise, And make our souls our chief concern ! _ Cottle. REFLECTIONS. "f") О not...
Pàgina 437 - Savior at midnight, when moonlight's pale beams Shone bright on the waters, would frequently stray, And lose in thy murmurs the toils of the day. 2 How damp were the vapors that fell on his head ! How hard was his pillow, how humble his bed ! The angels, astonish'd, grew sad at the sight, Andfollow'd their Master with solemn delight.
Pàgina viii - Then took Mary a pound of ointment of spikenard, very costly, and anointed the feet of Jesus, and wiped his feet with her hair: and the house was filled with the odour of the ointment.
Pàgina 285 - ... night ! Let the great Immanuel's kingdom Open like the morning light, And the future Realize our visions bright. What are Satan's mightiest barriers, Which a breath of Thine o'erthrows ? Shall the creature, in his frenzy, The Creator's power oppose ? Him, whose lightning Ruin hurls upon His foes ? Come, too long to earth a stranger, Once again Thy reign restore ! In Thy strength, ride forth and conquer, Still advancing more and more^ Till the heathen Shall the Lord supreme adore.
Pàgina 285 - MIGHTY Lord ! extend Thine empire ! Be the truth with triumph crown'd ! Let the lands that sit in darkness Hear the glorious gospel's sound, From our borders, To the world's remotest bound. By Thine arm, eternal Father, Scatter far the shades of night ! Let the great Immanuel's kingdom Open like the morning light, And the future Realize our visions bright. What are Satan's mightiest barriers, Which a breath of Thine o'erthrows ? Shall the creature, in his frenzy, The Creator's power oppose...
Pàgina 250 - To sound the sinner's jubilee ! 5. The Lord of Life, so long predicted, In all his Father's might appears ! Ye righteous ! rich in consolation, Glad tidings now salute your ears ! See, Prophecy her page unfold ! The Vision of the Lamb, behold ! 6. What royal birth-place Him must welcome ? What sumptuous palace ? — garb of state ? What monarchs, proud of their obeisance, Must bend around a guest so great ? All costly robes of Tyrian dye Before the Lord of Life must lie ! 7. Ah, no ! His palace was...
Pàgina 13 - And, near th' appointed hour may be Which sets our souls, from conflict, free. Though tempests now our bark endure, Our wind is fair, our course is sure ; While sailing o'er life's stormy tide, The Star of Faith shall be our guide. Our confidence is fix'd on one, The hope of earth, Jehovah's Son ; And, ever will we him confess, Who is our strength, and righteousness. With such a prospect, such a friend, Such hopes to cheer us to the end ; Let us, afresh, maintain the fight, And keep the glorious...
Pàgina 5 - Jesus died and rose again, even so them also that sleep in Jesus will God bring with him."— I Thess.
Pàgina viii - Editors possess the capability, let them compose hymns of their own, and when they have matured and polished their pieces, with laborious* care, in their best frames, and under the influence of their most hallowed desires, they will then learn to be more tender in their corrections, and to participate in the feeling which dictates these, (it is hoped, not too severe) remarks. Every writer should bear his own...

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