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Prayer heard, and saints saved; or pride, atheism and oppression punished

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.) #20 (1786) Topics: Pride and atheism, and oppression punished; Complaint of Pride, Atheism, Oppression, etc..; Atheism punished; Pride and atheism, and oppression punished; Complaint of Pride, Atheism, Oppression, etc..; Atheism punished First Line: Why doth the Lord depart so far? Lyrics: 1 Why doth the Lord depart so far? And why conceal his face, When great calamities appear, And times of deep distress? 2 Lord, shall the wicked still deride Thy justice and thy laws? Shall they advance their heads in pride, And slight the righteous cause. 3 They cast thy judgments from their sight, And then insult the poor, They boast in their exalted height, That they shall fall no more. 4 Arise, O God, lift up thine hand, Attend our humble cry; No enemy shall dare to stand, When God ascends on high. Pause. 5 Why do the men of malice rage, And say with foolish pride, The God of heaven will ne'er engage To fight on Zion's side. 6 But thou forever art our Lord; And powerful is thine hand, As when the Heathens felt thy sword, And perish'd from thy land. 7 Thou wilt prepare our hearts to pray, And cause thine ear to hear; Accept the vows thy children pay, And free thy saints from fear. 8 Proud tyrants shall no more oppress, No more despise the just; And mighty sinners shall confess, They are but earth and dust. Scripture: Psalm 10 Languages: English
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Prayer heard, and saints saved; or pride, atheism and oppression punished

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #20 (1790) Topics: Pride and atheism, and oppression punished; Complaint of Pride, Atheism, Oppression, etc..; Atheism punished; Pride and atheism, and oppression punished; Complaint of Pride, Atheism, Oppression, etc..; Atheism punished First Line: Why doth the Lord depart so far? Lyrics: 1 Why doth the Lord depart so far? And why conceal his face, When great calamities appear, And times of deep distress? 2 Lord, shall the wicked still deride Thy justice and thy laws? Shall they advance their heads in pride, And slight the righteous cause. 3 They cast thy judgments from their sight, And then insult the poor, They boast in their exalted height, That they shall fall no more. 4 Arise, O God, lift up thine hand, Attend our humble cry; No enemy shall dare to stand, When God ascends on high. Pause. 5 Why do the men of malice rage, And say with foolish pride, The God of heaven will ne'er engage To fight on Zion's side. 6 But thou forever art our Lord; And powerful is thine hand, As when the Heathens felt thy sword, And perish'd from thy land. 7 Thou wilt prepare our hearts to pray, And cause thine ear to hear; Accept the vows thy children pay, And free thy saints from fear. 8 Proud tyrants shall no more oppress, No more despise the just; And mighty sinners shall confess, They are but earth and dust. Scripture: Psalm 10 Languages: English
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Prayer heard, and saints saved; or pride, atheism and oppression punished

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.) #23 (1786) Topics: Pride and atheism, and oppression punished; Complaint of Pride, Atheism, Oppression, etc..; Atheism punished; Pride and atheism, and oppression punished; Complaint of Pride, Atheism, Oppression, etc..; Atheism punished First Line: Why doth the Lord depart so far? Lyrics: 1 Why doth the Lord depart so far? And why conceal his face, When great calamities appear, And times of deep distress? 2 Lord, shall the wicked still deride Thy justice and thy laws? Shall they advance their heads in pride, And slight the righteous cause. 3 They cast thy judgements from their sight, And then insult the poor, They boast in their exalted height, That they shall fall no more. 4 Arise, O God, lift up thine hand, Attend our humble cry; No enemy shall dare to stand, When God ascends on high. Pause. 5 Why do the men of malice rage, And say with foolish pride, The God ofhHeaven will ne'er engage To fight on Zion's side. 6 But thou forever art our Lord; And powerful is thine hand, As when the Heathens felt thy sword, And perish'd from thy land. 7 Thou wilt prepare our hearts to pray, And cause thine ear to hear; Accept the vows thy children pay, And free thy saints from fear. 8 Proud tyrants shall no more oppress, No more despise the just; And mighty sinners shall confess, They are but earth and dust. Scripture: Psalm 10 Languages: English
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Prayer heard, and saints saved; or pride, atheism and oppression punished

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #23 (1787) Topics: Pride and atheism, and oppression punished; Complaint of Pride, Atheism, Oppression, etc..; Atheism punished; Pride and atheism, and oppression punished; Complaint of Pride, Atheism, Oppression, etc..; Atheism punished First Line: Why doth the Lord depart so far? Lyrics: 1 Why doth the Lord depart so far? And why conceal his face, When great calamities appear, And times of deep distress? 2 Lord, shall the wicked still deride Thy justice and thy laws? Shall they advance their heads in pride, And slight the righteous cause. 3 They cast thy judgements from their sight, And then insult the poor, They boast in their exalted height, That they shall fall no more. 4 Arise, O God, lift up thine hand, Attend our humble cry; No enemy shall dare to stand, When God ascends on high. Pause. 5 Why do the men of malice rage, And say with foolish pride, The God of heaven will ne'er engage To fight on Zion's side. 6 But thou forever art our Lord; And powerful is thine hand, As when the Heathens felt thy sword, And perish'd from thy land. 7 Thou wilt prepare our hearts to pray, And cause thine ear to hear; Accept the vows thy children pay, And free thy saints from fear. 8 Proud tyrants shall no more oppress, No more despise the just; And mighty sinners shall confess, They are but earth and dust. Scripture: Psalm 10 Languages: English
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Practical Atheism exposed; or, the Being and Attributes of God asserted

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.) #64b (1786) Topics: Atheism practical; Practical atheism; Atheism practical; Practical atheism First Line: While men grow bold in wicked ways Lyrics: 1 While men grow bold in wicked ways, And yet a God they own, My heart within me often says, "Their thoughts believe there's none. 2 Their thoughts and ways at once declare, (What e'er their lips profess) God hath no wrath for them to fear, Nor will they seek his grace. 3 What strange self-flattery blinds their eyes! But there's a hastening hour, When they shall see with sore surprise The terrors of thy power. 4 Thy justice shall maintain its throne, Though mountains melt away; Thy judgments are a world unknown, A deep, unfathom'd sea. 5 Above the heavens' created rounds, Thy mercies, Lord, extend; Thy truth out-lives the narrow bounds, Where time and nature end. 6 Safety to man thy goodness brings, Nor overlooks the beast; Beneath the shadow of thy wings Thy children chuse to rest. 7 [From thee, when creature-streams run low. And mortal comforts die, Perpetual springs of life shall flow, And raise our pleasures high. 8 Though all created light decay, And death close up our eyes, Thy presence makes eternal day Where clouds can never rise. Scripture: Psalm 36:9 Languages: English
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Practical Atheism exposed; or, the Being and Attributes of God asserted

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #64b (1790) Topics: Atheism practical; Practical atheism; Atheism practical; Practical atheism First Line: While men grow bold in wicked ways Lyrics: 1 While men grow bold in wicked ways, And yet a God they own, My heart within me often says, "Their thoughts believe there's none. 2 Their thoughts and ways at once declare, (What e'er their lips profess) God hath no wrath for them to fear, Nor will they seek his grace. 3 What strange self-flattery blinds their eyes! But there's a hastening hour, When they shall see with sore surprise The terrors of thy power. 4 Thy justice shall maintain its throne, Though mountains melt away; Thy judgments are a world unknown, A deep, unfathom'd sea. 5 Above the heaven's created rounds, Thy mercies, Lord, extend; Thy truth out-lives the narrow bounds, Where time and nature end. 6 Safety to man thy goodness brings, Nor overlooks the beast; Beneath the shadow of thy wings Thy children chuse to rest. 7 [From thee, when creature-streams run low. And mortal comforts die, Perpetual springs of life shall flow, And raise our pleasures high. 8 Though all created light decay, And death close up our eyes, Thy presence makes eternal day Where clouds can never rise. Scripture: Psalm 36:9 Languages: English
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The Wickedness of Man, and the Majesty of God; or Practical Atheism exposed

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.) #65 (1786) Topics: Atheism practical; Practical atheism; Atheism practical; Practical atheism First Line: When man grows bold in sin Lyrics: 1 When man grows bold in sin, My heart within me cries, "He hath no faith of God within, "Nor fear before his eyes. 2 [He walks awhile conceal'd In a self-flattering dream, Till his dark crimes, at once reveal'd, Expose his hateful name.] 3 His heart is false and foul, His words are smooth and fair; Wisdom is banish'd from his soul, And leaves no goodness there. 4 He plots upon his bed New mischiefs to fulfil; He sets his heart, and hand, and head To practise all that's ill. 5 But there's a dreadful God, Tho' men renounce his fear; His justice, hid behind the cloud, Shall one great day appear. 6 His truth transcends the sky, In heaven his mercies dwell; Deep as the sea his judgments lie, His anger burns to hell. 7 How excellent his love, Whence all our safety springs! Oh never let my soul remove From underneath his wings. Scripture: Psalm 36:1-7 Languages: English
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The Wickedness of Man, and the Majesty of God; or Practical Atheism exposed

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #65 (1790) Topics: Atheism practical; Practical atheism; Atheism practical; Practical atheism First Line: When man grows bold in sin Lyrics: 1 When man grows bold in sin, My heart within me cries, "He hath no faith of God within, "Nor fear before his eyes. 2 [He walks awhile conceal'd In a self-flattering dream, Till his dark crimes, at once reveal'd, Expose his hateful name.] 3 His heart is false and foul, His words are smooth and fair; Wisdom is banish'd from his soul, And leaves no goodness there. 4 He plots upon his bed New mischiefs to fulfil; He sets his heart, and hand, and head To practise all that's ill. 5 But ther's a dreadful God, Tho' men renounce his fear; His justice, hid behind the cloud, Shall one great day appear. 6 His truth transcends the sky, In heaven his mercies dwell; Deep as the sea his judgments lie, His anger burns to hell. 7 How excellent his love, Whence all our safety springs! Oh never let my soul remove From underneath his wings. Scripture: Psalm 36:1-7 Languages: English
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Practical Atheism exposed; or, the Being and Attributes of God asserted

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.) #70 (1786) Topics: Atheism practical; Practical atheism; Atheism practical; Practical atheism First Line: While men grow bold in wicked ways Lyrics: 1 While men grow bold in wicked ways, And yet a God they own, My heart within me often says, "Their thoughts believe there's none. 2 Their thoughts and ways at once declare, (What e'er their lips profess) God hath no wrath for them to fear, Nor will they seek his grace. 3 What strange self-flattery blinds their eyes! But there's a hastening hour, When they shall see with sore surprise The terrors of thy power. 4 Thy justice shall maintain its throne, Though mountains melt away; Thy judgements are a world unknown, A deep, unfathom'd sea. 5 Above the heavens' created rounds, Thy mercies, Lord, extend; Thy truth out-lives the narrow bounds, Where time and nature end. 6 Safety to man thy goodness brings, Nor overlooks the beast; Beneath the shadow of thy wings Thy children chuse to rest. 7 [From thee, when creature-streams run low. And mortal comforts die, Perpetual springs of life shall flow, And raise our pleasures high. 8 Though all created light decay, And death close up our eyes, Thy presence makes eternal day Where clouds can never rise. Scripture: Psalm 36:1-2 Languages: English
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Practical Atheism exposed; or, the Being and Attributes of God asserted

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #70 (1787) Topics: Atheism practical; Practical atheism; Atheism practical; Practical atheism First Line: While men grow bold in wicked ways Lyrics: 1 While men grow bold in wicked ways, And yet a God they own, My heart within me often says, "Their thoughts believe there's none. 2 Their thoughts and ways at once declare, (What e'er their lips profess) God hath no wrath for them to fear, Nor will they seek his grace. 3 What strange self-flattery blinds their eyes! But there's a hastening hour, When they shall see with sore surprise The terrors of thy power. 4 Thy justice shall maintain its throne, Though mountains melt away; Thy judgements are a world unknown, A deep, unfathom'd sea. 5 Above the heavens' created rounds, Thy mercies, Lord, extend; Thy truth out-lives the narrow bounds, Where time and nature end. 6 Safety to man thy goodness brings, Nor overlooks the beast; Beneath the shadow of thy wings Thy children chuse to rest. 7 [From thee, when creature-streams run low. And mortal comforts die, Perpetual springs of life shall flow, And raise our pleasures high. 8 Though all created light decay, And death close up our eyes, Thy presence makes eternal day Where clouds can never rise. Scripture: Psalm 36:9 Languages: English

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