The chime; an extensive collection of new and old tunes, consisting of arrangements from the old masters, and modern European writers; gems from the ... ... from living American composers: Also, a

 
9781130134322: The chime; an extensive collection of new and old tunes, consisting of arrangements from the old masters, and modern European writers; gems from the ... ... from living American composers: Also, a

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1855 edition. Excerpt: ...show thy smil-ing face. 8. Sing to too Lord, ye dis-taut lands, Sing loud with so-lemn voice; Let ev-ery tongue ex-alt his praise, And ev-ery heart re-joice. 1. Long as live. I'll bless thy name, My King, my God of love; My work and joy Bball be the same, In bright-er worlds a-bovc. 2. Great is the Lord--his power unknown, Oh let his praise be great; I'll sing the hon-ors of thy throne, Thy works of grace re-peat. 1. How oft, a-las 1 this wretched heart Has wandered from the Lord! How oft my roving thoughts depart, Forgetful of his word! Forget-fill of his word I 2. Yet sovereign mercy calls " Return;" Dear Lord, and may I come My vile ingrat-i-tude I mourn, 0 take the wanderer home, O take the wanderer home. 1. Dear Lord, and will thy pardoning love Em-brack a wretch so vile? Wilt thou my load of guilt re-move, And bless me with thy smile? 1. Do not I love thee, O my Lord! Be-hold my heart, and see: And turn each worthless idol out, Tint dares to ri-val thee, That dares to ri-val thee. 2. Do not I love thee from my soul) Then let me nothing love: Dead be my heart to ev-ery joy, Which thou dost not ap-prove, Which thou dost not approv 1. Come, let us join our cheerful songs.With angels round the throne; Ten thousand thousand are their tongues,.... But all their joys are one, But all their joys. are one. 3. Je-sus is worthy to receive Honor and power divine; And blessings.more than we.. can give, Be, Lord, forever thine, Be, Lord,forev--er thine. _, 60lo.--V j CORO 2 'Worthy the Lamb that died," they cry, "To be ex-a!t-ed thus:"" Worthy the Lamb," our lips re-ply, "For he was slain for us.' 4. Let all that dwell a-bove the sky, And air, and earth, and seas, Con-spire to lift thy glo-ries high, And speak thy...

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