The Abridged Treasury of Prayers; An Epitome from the Larger Gebets-Schatz

 
9781235840388: The Abridged Treasury of Prayers; An Epitome from the Larger Gebets-Schatz

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.1906 Excerpt: ... Appendix II. HYMNS Morning Hymn God who madest earth and heaven, Father, Son and Holy Ghost, Who the day and night hast given, Sun and moon and starry host, Thou whose mighty hand sustains Earth and all that she contains: 2 Praise to Thee my soul shall render, Who this night hast guarded me; My omnipotent Defender, Who from ill dost set me free: Free from danger, anguish, woe Free from the infernal Foe. 3 Let the night, of my transgression With nights darkness pass away: Jesus, into Thy possession I resign myself to-day. In Thy wounds I find relief From my greatest sin and grief. 4 Grant that I may rise this morning From the lethargy of sin: So my soul, through Thy adorning, Shall be glorious within; And I at the judgment day Shall not be a cast-away. 5 Let my life and conversation Be directed by Thy Word; Lord, Thy constant preservation To Thine erring child afford. Nowhere but alone in Thee From all harm can I be free. 6 Wholly to Thy blest protection I commit my heart and mind. Mighty God! to Thy direction Wholly may I be resigned. Lord, my Shield, my Light divine, O accept and own me Thine! 7 Lord, to me Thine angel sending, Keep me from the subtle Foe; From his craft and might defending, Never let Thy wanderer go, Till my final rest shall come, And Thine angel bear me home. Evening Hymn Since now the day has reached its close, And sunlight shines no more, In sleep the toil-worn find repose, And all who wept before. 2 But Thou, my God, no rest dost know, No slumber dims Thy sight. Thou hatest darkness as Thy foe, For Thou Thyself art light. 3 O Lord, I pray remember me Throughout the shades of night, And grant to me most graciously The shield of Thy great might. 4 Turn from me Satan's tyranny Through many an angel-arm, Then shall I be from danger free, ...

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Book Description General Books. Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. 34 pages. Dimensions: 9.5in. x 7.0in. x 0.2in.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. 1906 Excerpt: . . . Appendix II. HYMNS Morning Hymn God who madest earth and heaven, Father, Son and Holy Ghost, Who the day and night hast given, Sun and moon and starry host, Thou whose mighty hand sustains Earth and all that she contains: 2 Praise to Thee my soul shall render, Who this night hast guarded me; My omnipotent Defender, Who from ill dost set me free: Free from danger, anguish, woe Free from the infernal Foe. 3 Let the night, of my transgression With nights darkness pass away: Jesus, into Thy possession I resign myself to-day. In Thy wounds I find relief From my greatest sin and grief. 4 Grant that I may rise this morning From the lethargy of sin: So my soul, through Thy adorning, Shall be glorious within; And I at the judgment day Shall not be a cast-away. 5 Let my life and conversation Be directed by Thy Word; Lord, Thy constant preservation To Thine erring child afford. Nowhere but alone in Thee From all harm can I be free. 6 Wholly to Thy blest protection I commit my heart and mind. Mighty God! to Thy direction Wholly may I be resigned. Lord, my Shield, my Light divine, O accept and own me Thine! 7 Lord, to me Thine angel sending, Keep me from the subtle Foe; From his craft and might defending, Never let Thy wanderer go, Till my final rest shall come, And Thine angel bear me home. Evening Hymn Since now the day has reached its close, And sunlight shines no more, In sleep the toil-worn find repose, And all who wept before. 2 But Thou, my God, no rest dost know, No slumber dims Thy sight. Thou hatest darkness as Thy foe, For Thou Thyself art light. 3 O Lord, I pray remember me Throughout the shades of night, And grant to me most graciously The shield of Thy great might. 4 Turn from me Satans tyranny Through many an angel-arm, Then shall I be from danger free, . . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781235840388

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