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Admiration adore Affections alſo appear Beauties becauſe become bleſſed Blood blooming Body Breath Charms CHRIST Comfort Creation Creatures Crown Death delightful Divine drop dwell Earth eternal everlaſting excellent Faith fall Father fear Field Flowers Form Friend give Glory Grace Grave Hand Head Heart Heaven Himſelf holy Honour Hope Hour Imagination inſpired itſelf JESUS kind laſt leaſt leave Light Line live look LORD Love mean ment Mind Morning Mortals moſt muſt Nature never Night Object obſerve once Peace perfect Perſon Place pleaſing Pleaſure Point Power received Redeemer regard render rich riſe round ſame ſee ſeems Senſe ſhall ſhe ſhould ſome Soul Spirit ſtand ſtill ſuch thee themſelves theſe Things thoſe thou Thoughts thouſand tion Truth turn univerſal uſe View walk whole whoſe Wings wonderful World
Sayfa 94 - Regions of Sorrow, doleful Shades, where Peace And Reft can never dwell ; Hope never comes, That comes to All : but Torture without End Still urges, and a fiery Deluge, fed With ever-burning Sulphur unconfum'd.
Sayfa 23 - how valu'd once, avails Thee not; To whom related, or by whom begot. A Heap of Duft alone remains of Thee : 'Tis all THOU art! —and all the PROUD
Sayfa 182 - Conceptions of that SUPREME BEING, before whom all Nations are as a " Drop of a Bucket, " and are counted as the fmall Duft of the Balance.
Sayfa 159 - cloathed me with the Garments of Salvation ; He hath covered me 'with the Robe of Righteoufnefs,
Sayfa 57 - upon him : And his Example kept others from taking any thing ill, or at leaft feeming to do fo. In a Word, a brighter Courage, and a gentler Difpofition, were never married together, to make the moil chearful and innocent Converfation.
Sayfa 199 - furnifh us with' Game, .*' or raife pleafing Ideas in us by the Delightfulnefs of «' their Appearance. Fountains, Lakes, and Rivers, are «' as refreshing to the Imagination, as to the Soil
Sayfa 89 - In that dread Moment, how the frantic Soul Raves round the Walls of her Clay Tenement -, Runs to each Avenue; and
Sayfa xxvi - noble, difinterefted, and (if I may be allowed the Term) generoufly devout. Repentance indicates our Nature fallen, and Prayer turns chiefly upon a Regard to one's felf. But the Exercifes of Gratitude fubfifted in Paradife, when there was no Fault to deplore; and will be perpetuated in Heaven, when