Divine Songs: attempted in easy language, for the use of children

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Author: I. Watts, D. D.
Publisher: John Tiebout, New York, 1802
Language: English
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1How glorious is our heav'nly KingPage Scan
2I sing th'almighty pow'r of GodPage Scan
3Blest be the wisdom and the pow'rPage Scan
4Whene'er I take my walks abroadPage Scan
5Great God, to thee my voice I raisePage Scan
6Lord I ascribe it to thy gracePage Scan
7Great God, with wonder and with praisePage Scan
8The praises of my tonguePage Scan
9Almighty God, thy piercing eyePage Scan
10There is a God that reigns abovePage Scan
11There is beyond the skyPage Scan
12Happy the child whose tender yearsPage Scan
13Why should I say, "Tis yet too soonPage Scan
14What blest examples do I findPage Scan
15O' Tis a lovely thing for youthPage Scan
16Let dogs delight to bark and bitePage Scan
17Whatever brawls disturb the streetPage Scan
18Our tongues were made to bless the LordPage Scan
19Angels, that high in glory dwellPage Scan
20How doth the little busy beePage Scan
21Why should I join with those in playPage Scan
22Why should our garmentsPage Scan
23Let children that would fear the LordPage Scan
24Why should I love my sport so wellPage Scan
25My God, who makes the sun to knowPage Scan
26And now another day is gonePage Scan
27This is the day when Christ arosePage Scan
28Lord, how delightful 'tis to seePage Scan
M1Tis the voice of the SluggardPage Scan
M2Abroad in the meadows to see the young lambsPage Scan
M3How fair the Rose? what a beautiful flower!Page Scan
M4Why should I deprive my neighborPage Scan
M5These Emmets, how little they are in our eyes!Page Scan
M6Tho' I am now in younger daysPage Scan
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