Via Dolorosa And Hymns To Christ As God With Other Pieces

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Jesus Christ, our God and Saviour, Surety, Sacrifice, and Priest, Ever' liveth, interceding, Bidding to the Gospel-Feast. Grace abounding heralds glory, Blessedness by Him procured Who for us, and our salvation, Grief and agony ...
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Jesus Christ, our God and Saviour, Surety, Sacrifice, and Priest, Ever' liveth, interceding, Bidding to the Gospel-Feast. Grace abounding heralds glory, Blessedness by Him procured Who for us, and our salvation, Grief and agony endured. Eoyal courts and kingly banquets, Changing, palling, earth may boast; Joys eternal are awaiting Heaven's sacramental host. "THE SPIRIT OF CHKIST." " Your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost."—! Cor. VL 19. Once the Holy Ghost descended Visible in tongues of flame ; Then the guilty Jews by thousands Bowed their hearts at Jesu's name. They had slain the Lord of Glory, Crucified the Anointed One;— Now they knew Him as their Saviour, Christ, Immanuel, God the Son. Pardoned sinners felt the power Of a captivating love, Supernatural, sin-expelling, God revealing from above. Nether-millstone hearts were melted By an inward glimpse of Christ; Pomps and vanities no longer Unresisting souls enticed. Then in Caesar's royal household Spirit-taught believers prayed; Myriads turned from senseless idols, Pagan craftsmen were dismayed. O'er the mighty Eoman empire Swept the blessed living tide ; Truth dismantling, undermining, Razing, heathen towers of pride. Christ hath still all power in heaven; Christ hath still all power on earth : Doth our Lord forget His promise ? Nay, not such the cause of dearth. If we bring into His storehouse All our tithes,—love, labour, prayer,— Blessings poured from heaven's windows Every waiting soul shall share. Let us, then, with zeal untiring, Plead our need before His throne; Knowing that the new creation Is the work of God alone. Let our portion of the vineyard Prove our love and ceaseless care : Working in us, working by ...
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  • ISBN-13: 9781103676187
  • Publisher: BiblioBazaar
  • Publication date: 3/19/2009
  • Pages: 236
  • Product dimensions: 9.21 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 0.56 (d)

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Jesus Christ, our God and Saviour, Surety, Sacrifice, and Priest, Ever' liveth, interceding, Bidding to the Gospel-Feast. Grace abounding heralds glory, Blessedness by Him procured Who for us, and our salvation, Grief and agony endured. Eoyal courts and kingly banquets, Changing, palling, earth may boast; Joys eternal are awaiting Heaven's sacramental host. "THE SPIRIT OF CHKIST." " Your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost."—! Cor. VL 19. Once the Holy Ghost descended Visible in tongues of flame ; Then the guilty Jews by thousands Bowed their hearts at Jesu's name. They had slain the Lord of Glory, Crucified the Anointed One;— Now they knew Him as their Saviour, Christ, Immanuel, God the Son. Pardoned sinners felt the power Of a captivating love, Supernatural, sin-expelling, God revealing from above. Nether-millstone hearts were melted By an inward glimpse of Christ; Pomps and vanities no longer Unresisting souls enticed. Then in Caesar's royal household Spirit-taught believers prayed; Myriads turned from senseless idols, Pagan craftsmen were dismayed. O'er the mighty Eoman empire Swept the blessed living tide ; Truth dismantling, undermining, Razing, heathen towers of pride. Christ hath still all power in heaven; Christ hath still all power on earth : Doth our Lord forget His promise ? Nay, not such the cause of dearth. If we bring into His storehouse All our tithes,—love, labour, prayer,— Blessings poured from heaven's windows Every waiting soul shall share. Let us, then, with zeal untiring, Plead our need before His throne; Knowing that the new creation Is the work of God alone. Let our portion of the vineyard Prove our love and ceaseless care :Working in us, working by ...
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