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John, in a vision, saw the day

Hymnal: A Selection of Hymns and Spiritual Songs #S.CXLVI (1809)Hymnal Title: A Selection of Hymns and Spiritual Songs
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John, in a vision, saw the day

Hymnal: A Selection of Hymns and Spiritual Songs #S.CXLVI (1817)Hymnal Title: A Selection of Hymns and Spiritual Songs

John, in a vision, saw the day

Author: John NewtonHymnal: Hymns and Spiritual Songs for the use of Christians. 9th ed. #d99 (1812)Hymnal Title: Hymns and Spiritual Songs for the use of Christians. 9th ed.

The great tribunal

Author: John NewtonHymnal: Hymns and Spiritual Songs for the Use of Christians #d74 (1803)Hymnal Title: Hymns and Spiritual Songs for the Use of ChristiansFirst Line: John, in a vision, saw the day
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The Great Tribunal

Hymnal: Hymns and Spiritual Songs for the use of Christians #75 (1803)Hymnal Title: Hymns and Spiritual Songs for the use of ChristiansFirst Line: John, in a vision, saw the dayLyrics: 1 John, in a vision, saw the day When the Judge will hasten down; Heav'n and earth shall flee away From the terror of his frown: Dead and living, small and great, Raised from the earth and sea; At his bar shall hear their fate, What will then become of me? 2 Can I bear his awful looks? Shall I stand in judgment then, When I see the opened books, Written by the Almighty's pen? If he to remembrance bring, And expose to public view, Ev'ry work and secret thing: Ah, my soul, what can'st thou do? 3 When the list shall be produc'd Of the talents I enjoy'd; Means and mercies how abus'd Time and strength how misemploy'd: Conscience then compell'd to read, Must allow the charge is true: Say, my soul, what canst thou plead, It that hour, what wilt thou do? 4 But the book of life I see, May my name be written there; Then from guilt and danger free, Glad I'll meet him in the air: That's the book I hope to plead, 'Tis the gospel open'd wide; Lord, I am a wretch indeed! I have sinne'd, but thou hast dy'd. 5 Now my soul knows what to do; Thus I shall with boldness stand, Number'd with the faithful few, Own'd and sav'd at thy right hand; If thou help a feeble worm To believe thy promise now; Justice will at last confirm What thy mercy wrought below.Languages: English

John, in a vision, saw the day

Author: John NewtonHymnal: Hymns and Spiritual Songs for the Use of Christians. 8th ed. #d96 (1806)Hymnal Title: Hymns and Spiritual Songs for the Use of Christians. 8th ed.

The great tribunal

Author: John NewtonHymnal: Hymns and Spiritual Songs, for the Use of Christians #d53 (1801)Hymnal Title: Hymns and Spiritual Songs, for the Use of ChristiansFirst Line: John, in a vision, saw the day

John, in a vision, saw the day

Author: John NewtonHymnal: Revival Hymns. 4th ed. #d58 (1823)Hymnal Title: Revival Hymns. 4th ed.

John in Vision Saw the Day

Author: John NewtonHymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #3387Meter: 7.7.7.7Hymnal Title: The Cyber HymnalLyrics: 1. John in vision saw the day When the Judge will hasten down; Heav’n and earth shall flee away From the terror of His frown: 2. Dead and living, small and great, Raised from the earth and sea; At His bar shall hear their fate, What will then become of me? 3. Can I bear His awful looks? Shall I stand in judgment then, When I see the opened books, Written by th’ Almighty’s pen? 4. If He to remembrance bring, And expose to public view, Every work and secret thing, Ah, my soul, what canst thou do? 5. When the list shall be produced Of the talents I enjoyed; Means and mercies, how abused! Time and strength, how misemployed! 6. Conscience then, compelled to read, Must allow the charge is true; Say, my soul, what canst thou plead In that hour, what wilt thou do? 7. But the book of life I see, May my name be written there! Then from guilt and danger free, Glad I’ll meet Him in the air: 8. That’s the book I hope to plead, ’Tis the Gospel opened wide; Lord, I am a wretch indeed! I have sinned, but Thou hast died. 9. Now my soul knows what to do; Thus I shall with boldness stand, Numbered with the faithful few, Owned and saved, at Thy right hand: 10. If Thou help a foolish worm To believe Thy promise now; Justice will at last confirm What Thy mercy wrought below.Languages: EnglishTune Title: NUN KOMM




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