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Divine songs attempted in easy language for the use of children
Isaac Watts,Mary COCKLE
Vista completa - 1829
Almighty Angels Babe Behold betimes Bible blest Blood Book Breath Child Child's Complaint Children Christ Commandments Common Metre days are dwindled Death Delight Divine Songs Door dreadful dwell e'er Earth Emmet ev'ry Father Father's Law fear Flow'r Forbidden Fruit fulfil The Business giv'n give glorious Glory Gospel Grace grow Guard my Heart harden'd hear Heav'n heav'nly Heaven and Hell holy hope Hosanna Hour Idleness and Mischief Innocent Play Jews King let me love limbs have borne Lord Love between Brothers Mercies Spiritual mock Neighbour never Number obey offer'd Pardon Parents Honour due Parents or Governors poor Pow'r Praise for Mercies Pride in Clothes profane railing read and pray reigns Satan shines sing his Praise Sins Sluggard slumber SONG VII Sonnets Soul sweet Tejlament tell thee There's thou thro thy Law thy Name thy Word Tongue Twill wicked Worship Wretch Young Sinners Youth
Página 67 - Hush! my dear, lie still and slumber, Holy angels guard thy bed! Heavenly blessings without number Gently falling on thy head. Sleep, my babe; thy food and raiment, House and home, thy friends provide; All without thy care or payment: All thy wants are well supplied.
Página 33 - Let love through all your actions run, And all your words be mild: Live like the blessed Virgin's Son, That sweet and lovely child. His soul was gentle as a lamb; And as his stature grew, He grew in favour both with man, And God his Father, too. Now, Lord of all, he reigns above; And from his heavenly throne He sees what children dwell in love, And marks them for his own.
Página 24 - twill come : A thousand children, young as I, Are call'd by death to hear their doom. Let me improve the hours I have, Before the day of grace is fled: There's no repentance in the grave, No pardon ofFer'd to the dead.
Página 56 - If we had been ducks we might dabble in mud ; Or dogs, we might play till it ended in blood ; So foul and so fierce are their natures : But Thomas and William, and such pretty names, Should be cleanly and harmless as doves or as lambs, Those lovely sweet innocent creatures.
Página 43 - Have you not heard what dreadful plagues Are threaten'd by the Lord, To him that breaks his father's law, Or mocks his mother's word ? What heavy guilt upon him lies ! How cursed is his name ! The ravens shall pick out his eyes, And eagles eat the same.
Página 30 - Jesus, who reigns above the sky And keeps the world in awe, Was once a child as young as I, And kept his Father's law. At twelve years old he talk'd with men, (The Jews all wondering stand) Yet he obey'd his mother then, And came at her command.
Página 29 - Tis dangerous to provoke a God ! His power and vengeance none can tell ; One stroke of his almighty rod Shall send young sinners quick to hell. Then 'twill for ever be in vain To cry for pardon and for grace : To wish I had my time again, Or hope to see my Maker's face.
Página 12 - Blest be the Lord that sent his Son To take our flesh and blood : He for our lives gave up his own To make our peace with God. He honour'd all his Father's laws, Which we have disobey'd : He bore our sins upon the cross, And our full ransom paid.
Página 11 - I turn my eye! If I survey the ground I tread, Or gaze upon the sky! There's not a plant or...