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Thou vain, intruding world, depart!

Hymnal: A Collection of Psalms and Hymns for Social and Private Worship #CCXXII (1823) Hymnal Title: A Collection of Psalms and Hymns for Social and Private Worship
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Thou vain, intruding world, depart!

Author: Mrs. Steele Hymnal: Hymns for the Sanctuary #438 (1849) Hymnal Title: Hymns for the Sanctuary

Hence [Thou] vain, intruding world depart

Author: Anne Steele Hymnal: Hymns for the Use of the New Jerusalem Church #d89 (1833) Hymnal Title: Hymns for the Use of the New Jerusalem Church
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Thou vain intruding world depart!

Author: Mrs. Steele Hymnal: Hymns, Selected from the Most Approved Authors, for the use of Trinity Church, Boston #151 (1808) Hymnal Title: Hymns, Selected from the Most Approved Authors, for the use of Trinity Church, Boston
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Thou vain intruding world, depart

Hymnal: Hymns, Selected from the Most Approved Authors, for the use of Trinity Church, Boston #164 (1808) Hymnal Title: Hymns, Selected from the Most Approved Authors, for the use of Trinity Church, Boston
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Retirement and Reflection

Hymnal: Poems on Subjects Chiefly Devotional, Vol. 1 #124 (1760) Hymnal Title: Poems on Subjects Chiefly Devotional, Vol. 1 First Line: Hence, vain, intruding world depart Lyrics: I. Hence, vain, intruding world depart, No more allure or vex my heart; Let ev'ry vanity begone, I would be peaceful and alone. II. Here let me search my inmost mind, And try its real state to find, The secret springs of thought explore, And call my words and actions o'er. III. Reflect how soon my life will end, And think on what my hopes depend, What aim my busy thoughts pursue, What work is done, and what to do. IV. Eternity is just at hand; And shall I waste my ebbing sand, And careless view departing day, And throw my inch of time away? V. Eternity, tremendous sound! To guilty souls, a dreadful wound; But oh! if Christ and heav'n be mine, How sweet the accents! how divine! VI. Be this my chief, my only care, My high pursuit, my ardent pray'r, An int'rest in the Saviour's blood, My pardon seal'd, and peace with God. VII. But should my brightest hopes be vain, The rising doubt, how sharp its pain! My fears, O gracious God, remove, Confirm my title to thy love. VIII. Search, Lord, O search my inmost heart, And light, and hope, and joy impart; From guilt and error set me free, And guide me safe to heav'n and thee. Languages: English

Hence [Thou] vain, intruding world depart

Author: Anne Steele Hymnal: Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs ... for the Use of the United Church of Christ, Commonly Called Free Will Baptist #d98 (1823) Hymnal Title: Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs ... for the Use of the United Church of Christ, Commonly Called Free Will Baptist
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Thou vain intruding world, depart

Hymnal: Sacred Poetry and Music Reconciled; or a Collection of Hymns, Original and Compiled #343 (1830) Hymnal Title: Sacred Poetry and Music Reconciled; or a Collection of Hymns, Original and Compiled

Hence [Thou] vain, intruding world depart

Author: Anne Steele Hymnal: Sacred poetry #d182 (1817) Hymnal Title: Sacred poetry

Hence [Thou] vain, intruding world depart

Author: Anne Steele Hymnal: Sacred Poetry #d181 (1812) Hymnal Title: Sacred Poetry

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