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Are sinners now so senseless grown

Author: Isaac Watts, 1674-1748 Hymnal: A New Selection of Psalms and Hymns from the Most Approved Authors, Adapted to Public and Private Worship. 2nd ed. #d35 (1832) Hymnal Title: A New Selection of Psalms and Hymns from the Most Approved Authors, Adapted to Public and Private Worship. 2nd ed.
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Are sinners now so senseless grown

Hymnal: Church Hymn Book #P.XIV.II (1816) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: Church Hymn Book Lyrics: 1 Are sinners now so senseless grown That they the saints devour? And never worship at thy throne, Nor fear thine awful pow'r? 2 Great God, appear to their surprise; Reveal thy dreadful name; Let them no more thy wrath despise, Nor turn our hope to shame. 3 Dost thou not dwell among the just? And yet our foes deride, That we should make thy name our trust; Great God, confound their pride. 4 O that the joyful day were come To finish our distress! When God shall bring his children home, Our songs shall never cease. Topics: The Folly of Persecutors Scripture: Psalm 14
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Are sinners now so hardened grown

Hymnal: Church Psalmody #P14.2 (1831) Hymnal Title: Church Psalmody
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Are sinners now so hardened grown

Hymnal: Church Psalmody #P14b (1843) Hymnal Title: Church Psalmody
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Are sinners now so senseless grown

Author: Isaac Watts, 1674-1748 Hymnal: Congregational Hymn and Tune Book; containing the Psalms and Hymns of the General Association of Connecticut, adapted to Suitable Tunes #1151 (1856) Hymnal Title: Congregational Hymn and Tune Book; containing the Psalms and Hymns of the General Association of Connecticut, adapted to Suitable Tunes
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The Folly of Persecutors

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David, corrected and enlarged, to which is added a collection of hymns; the whole applied to the state of the Christian Church in general (2nd ed.) #29a (1786) Hymnal Title: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David, corrected and enlarged, to which is added a collection of hymns; the whole applied to the state of the Christian Church in general (2nd ed.) First Line: Are sinners now so senseless grown Lyrics: 1 Are sinners now so senseless grown That they the saints devour? And never worship at thy throne, Nor fear thine awful power? 2 Great God, appear to their surprise, Reveal thy dreadful name; Let them no more thy wrath despise, Nor turn our hope to shame. 3 Dost thou not dwell among the just? And yet our foes deride, That we should make thy name our trust: Great God, confound their pride. 4 Oh that the joyful day were come, To finish our distress! When God shall bring his children home, Our songs shall never cease. Topics: Atheism practical; Children instructed; Falsehood, Blasphemy etc.; God his care of saints; Persecutors their folly; Practical atheism; Saints dwell in heaven; Sin of nature; Sin universal; Atheism practical; Wickedness of Man; Children instructed; Falsehood, Blasphemy etc.; God his care of saints; Persecutors their folly; Practical atheism; Saints dwell in heaven; Sin of nature; Sin universal; Wickedness of Man Scripture: Psalm 14
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The Folly of Persecutors

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's imitation of the Psalms of David, to which is added a collection of hymns; the whole applied to the state of the Christian Church in general (3rd ed.) #25a (1786) Hymnal Title: Doctor Watts's imitation of the Psalms of David, to which is added a collection of hymns; the whole applied to the state of the Christian Church in general (3rd ed.) First Line: Are sinners now so senseless grown Lyrics: 1 Are sinners now so senseless grown That they the saints devour? And never worship at thy throne, Nor fear thine awful power? 2 Great God, appear to their surprise, Reveal thy dreadful name; Let them no more thy wrath despise, Nor turn our hope to shame. 3 Dost thou not dwell among the just? And yet our foes deride, That we should make thy name our trust: Great God, confound their pride. 4 Oh that the joyful day were come, To finish our distress! When God shall bring his children home, Our songs shall never cease. Topics: Atheism practical; Children instructed; Falsehood, Blasphemy etc.; God his care of saints; Persecutors their folly; Practical atheism; Saints dwell in heaven; Sin of nature; Sin universal; Atheism practical; Wickedness of Man; Children instructed; Falsehood, Blasphemy etc.; God his care of saints; Persecutors their folly; Practical atheism; Saints dwell in heaven; Sin of nature; Sin universal; Wickedness of Man Scripture: Psalm 14
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The Folly of Persecutors

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #29a (1787) Hymnal Title: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David First Line: Are sinners now so senseless grown Lyrics: 1 Are sinners now so senseless grown That they the saints devour? And never worship at thy throne, Nor fear thine awful power? 2 Great God, appear to their surprise, Reveal thy dreadful name; Let them no more thy wrath despise, Nor turn our hope to shame. 3 Dost thou not dwell among the just? And yet our foes deride, That we should make thy name our trust: Great God, confound their pride. 4 Oh that the joyful day were come, To finish our distress! When God shall bring his children home, Our songs shall never cease. Topics: Atheism practical; Children instructed; Falsehood, Blasphemy etc.; God his care of saints; Persecutors their folly; Practical atheism; Saints dwell in heaven; Sin of nature; Sin universal; Atheism practical; Wickedness of Man; Children instructed; Falsehood, Blasphemy etc.; God his care of saints; Persecutors their folly; Practical atheism; Saints dwell in heaven; Sin of nature; Sin universal; Wickedness of Man Scripture: Psalm 14
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The Folly of Persecutors

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #25a (1790) Hymnal Title: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David First Line: Are sinners now so senseless grown Lyrics: 1 Are sinners now so senseless grown That they the saints devour? And never worship at thy throne, Nor fear thine awful power? 2 Great God, appear to their surprise, Reveal thy dreadful name; Let them no more thy wrath despise, Nor turn our hope to shame. 3 Dost thou not dwell among the just? And yet our foes deride, That we should make thy name our trust: Great God, confound their pride. 4 Oh that the joyful day were come, To finish our distress! When God shall bring his children home, Our songs shall never cease. Topics: Atheism practical; Children instructed; Falsehood, Blasphemy etc.; God his care of saints; Persecutors their folly; Practical atheism; Saints dwell in heaven; Sin of nature; Sin universal; Atheism practical; Wickedness of Man; Children instructed; Falsehood, Blasphemy etc.; God his care of saints; Persecutors their folly; Practical atheism; Saints dwell in heaven; Sin of nature; Sin universal; Wickedness of Man Scripture: Psalm 14 Languages: English
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The folly of Persecutors

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #XIVb (1785) Hymnal Title: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David First Line: Are sinners now so senseless grown Lyrics: 1 Are sinners now so senseless grown That they the saints devour? And never worship at thy throne, Nor fear thine awful power? 2 Great GOD, appear to their surprise, Reveal thy dreadful name; Let them no more thy wrath despise, Nor turn our hope to shame. 3 Dost thou not dwell among the just? And yet our foes deride, That we should make thy name our trust: Great God, confound their pride. 4 Oh that the joyful day were come, To finish our distress! When GOD shall bring his children home, Our songs shall never cease. Scripture: Psalm 14

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