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Character of a Saint; or, A Citizen of Zion; or, The Qualifications of a Christian

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.) #25b (1786) Topics: Christian Qualifications; Qualifications of a Christian; Christian Qualifications; Qualifications of a Christian First Line: Who shall inhabit in thy hill Lyrics: 1 Who shall inhabit in thy hill, O God of holiness? Whom will the Lord admit to dwell So near his throne of grace? 2 The man that walks in pious ways, And works with righteous hands; That trusts his Maker’s promis'd grace And follows his commands. 3 He speaks the meaning of his heart, Nor slanders with his tongue; Will scarce believe an ill report, Nor do his neighbour wrong. 4 The wealthy sinner he contemns, Loves all that fear the Lord; And tho' to his own hurt he swears, Still he performs his word. 5 His hands disdain a golden bribe, And never wrong the poor; This man shall dwell with God on earth, And find his heaven secure. Scripture: Psalm 15 Languages: English
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Character of a Saint; or, A Citizen of Zion; or, The Qualifications of a Christian

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #25b (1790) Topics: Christian Qualifications; Qualifications of a Christian; Christian Qualifications; Qualifications of a Christian First Line: Who shall inhabit in thy hill Lyrics: 1 Who shall inhabit in thy hill, O God of holiness? Whom will the Lord admit to dwell So near his throne of grace? 2 The man that walks in pious ways, And works with righteous hands; That trusts his Maker’s promis'd grace And follows his commands. 3 He speaks the meaning of his heart, Nor slanders with his tongue; Will scarce believe an ill report, Nor do his neighbour wrong. 4 The wealthy sinner he contemns, Loves all that fear the Lord; And tho' to his own hurt he swears, Still he performs his word. 5 His hands disdain a golden bribe, And never wrong the poor; This man shall dwell with God on earth, And find his heaven secure. Scripture: Psalm 15 Languages: English
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Religion and Justice, Goodness and Truth; or, Duties to God and Man; or, the Qualifications of a Christian

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.) #26 (1786) Topics: Christian Qualifications; Qualifications of a Christian; Christian Qualifications; Qualifications of a Christian First Line: Who shall ascend thy heavenly place Lyrics: 1 Who shall ascend thy heavenly place, Great God, and dwell before thy face? The man who minds religion now, And humbly walk with God below: 2 Whose hands are pure, whose heart is clean; Whose lips shall speak the things they mean; No slanders dwell upon his tongue; He hates to do his neighbour wrong. 3 [Scarce will he trust an ill report, Nor vent it to his neighbour's hurt: Sinners of state he can despise, But saints are honour'd in his eyes.] 4 [Firm to his word he ever stood, And always makes his promise good Nor dares to change the thing he swears, Whatever pain or loss he bears.] 5 [He never deals in bribing gold, And mourns that justice should be sold: While others scorn and wrong the poor, Sweet charity attends his door.] 6 He loves his enemies, and prays For those that curse him to his face; And doth to all men still the same That he would hope or wish from them. 7 Yet, when his holiest works are done, His soul depends on grace alone: This is the man thy face shall see, And dwell for ever, Lord, with thee. Scripture: Psalm 15 Languages: English
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Religion and Justice, Goodness and Truth; or, Duties to God and Man; or, the Qualifications of a Christian

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #26 (1790) Topics: Christian Qualifications; Qualifications of a Christian; Christian Qualifications; Qualifications of a Christian First Line: Who shall ascend thy heavenly place Lyrics: 1 Who shall ascend thy heavenly place, Great God, and dwell before thy face? The man who minds religion now, And humbly walk with God below: 2 Whose hands are pure, whose heart is clean; Whose lips shall speak the things they mean; No slanders dwell upon his tongue; He hates to do his neighbour wrong. 3 [Scarce will he trust an ill report, Nor vent it to his neighbour's hurt: Sinners of state he can despise, But saints are honour'd in his eyes.] 4 [Firm to his word he ever stood, And always makes his promise good Nor dares to change the thing he swears, Whatever pain or loss he bears.] 5 [He never deals in bribing gold, And mourns that justice should be sold: While others scorn and wrong the poor, Sweet charity attends his door.] 6 He loves his enemies, and prays For those that curse him to his face; And doth to all men still the same That he would hope or wish from them. 7 Yet, when his holiest works are done, His soul depends on grace alone: This is the man thy face shall see, And dwell for ever, Lord, with thee. Scripture: Psalm 15 Languages: English
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Character of a Saint; or, A Citizen of Zion; or, The Qualifications of a Christian

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.) #29b (1786) Topics: Christian Qualifications; Qualifications of a Christian; Christian Qualifications; Qualifications of a Christian First Line: Who shall inhabit in thy hill Lyrics: 1 Who shall inhabit in thy hill, O God of holiness? Whom will the Lord admit to dwell So near his throne of grace? 2 The man that walks in pious ways, And works with righteous hands; That trusts his Maker’s promis'd grace And follows his commands. 3 He speaks the meaning of his heart, Nor slanders with his tongue; Will scarce believe an ill report, Nor do his neighbour wrong. 4 The wealthy sinner he contemns, Loves all that fear the Lord; And tho' to his own hurt he swears, Still he performs his word. 5 His hands disdain a golden bribe, And never wrong the poor; This man shall dwell with God on earth, And find his heaven secure. Scripture: Psalm 15 Languages: English
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Character of a Saint; or, A Citizen of Zion; or, The Qualifications of a Christian

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #29b (1787) Topics: Christian Qualifications; Qualifications of a Christian; Christian Qualifications; Qualifications of a Christian First Line: Who shall inhabit in thy hill Lyrics: 1 Who shall inhabit in thy hill, O God of holiness? Whom will the Lord admit to dwell So near his throne of grace? 2 The man that walks in pious ways, And works with righteous hands; That trusts his Maker’s promis'd grace And follows his commands. 3 He speaks the meaning of his heart, Nor slanders with his tongue; Will scarce believe an ill report, Nor do his neighbour wrong. 4 The wealthy sinner he contemns, Loves all that fear the Lord; And tho' to his own hurt he swears, Still he performs his word. 5 His hands disdain a golden bribe, And never wrong the poor; This man shall dwell with God on earth, And find his heaven secure. Scripture: Psalm 15 Languages: English
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Religion and Justice, Goodness and Truth; or, Duties to God and Man; or, the Qualifications of a Christian

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.) #30 (1786) Topics: Christian Qualifications; Qualifications of a Christian; Christian Qualifications; Qualifications of a Christian First Line: Who shall ascend thy heavenly place Lyrics: 1 Who shall ascend thy heavenly place, Great God, and dwell before thy face? The man who minds religion now, And humbly walk with God below: 2 Whose hands are pure, whose heart is clean; Whose lips shall speak the things they mean; No slanders dwell upon his tongue; He hates to do his neighbour wrong. 3 [Scarce will he trust an ill report, Nor vent it to his neighbour's hurt: Sinners of state he can despise, But saints are honour'd in his eyes.] 4 [Firm to his word he ever stood, And always makes his promise good Nor dares to change the thing he swears, Whatever pain or loss he bears.] 5 [He never deals in bribing gold, And mourns that justice should be sold: While others scorn and wrong the poor, Sweet charity attends his door.] 6 He loves his enemies, and prays For those that curse him to his face; And doth to all men still the same That he would hope or wish from them. 7 Yet, when his holiest works are done, His soul depends on grace alone: This is the man thy face shall see, And dwell for ever, Lord, with thee. Scripture: Psalm 15 Languages: English
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Religion and Justice, Goodness and Truth; or, Duties to God and Man; or, the Qualifications of a Christian

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #30 (1787) Topics: Christian Qualifications; Qualifications of a Christian; Christian Qualifications; Qualifications of a Christian First Line: Who shall ascend thy heavenly place Lyrics: 1 Who shall ascend thy heavenly place, Great God, and dwell before thy face? The man who minds religion now, And humbly walk with God below: 2 Whose hands are pure, whose heart is clean; Whose lips shall speak the things they mean; No slanders dwell upon his tongue; He hates to do his neighbour wrong. 3 [Scarce will he trust an ill report, Nor vent it to his neighbour's hurt: Sinners of state he can despise, But saints are honour'd in his eyes.] 4 [Firm to his word he ever stood, And always makes his promise good Nor dares to change the thing he swears, Whatever pain or loss he bears.] 5 [He never deals in bribing gold, And mourns that justice should be sold: While others scorn and wrong the poor, Sweet charity attends his door.] 6 He loves his enemies, and prays For those that curse him to his face; And doth to all men still the same That he would hope or wish from them. 7 Yet, when his holiest works are done, His soul depends on grace alone: This is the man thy face shall see, And dwell for ever, Lord, with thee. Scripture: Psalm 15 Languages: English
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Characters of a Saint; or, a Citizen of Zion; or, The Qualifications of a Christian

Hymnal: The Psalms of David #24b (1740) Topics: Christians Qualifications First Line: Who shall inhabit in thy Hill Lyrics: 1 Who shall inhabit in thy Hill, O GOD of Holiness? Whom will the Lord admit to dwell So near his Throne of Grace? 2 The Man that walks in pious Ways, And works with righteous Hands; That trusts his Maker's Promises, And follows his Commands. 3 He speaks the Meaning of his Heart, Nor slanders with his Tongue; Will scarce believe an ill Report, Nor do his Neighbour Wrong. 4 The wealthy Sinner he contemns, Loves all that fear the Lord; And tho' to his own Hurt he swears, Still he performs his Word. 5 His Hands disdain a Golden Bribe, And never gripe the Poor. This Man shall dwell with GOD on Earth, And find his Heav'n secure. Scripture: Psalm 15 Languages: English
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Religion and Justice, Goodness and Truth; or, Duties to God and Man; or, the qualifications of a Christian

Hymnal: The Psalms of David #25 (1740) Topics: Christians Qualifications First Line: Who shall ascend thy heavn'ly Place Lyrics: 1 Who shall ascend thy heav'nly Place, Great GOD, and dwell before thy Face? The Man that minds Religion now, And humbly walks with GOD below. 2 Whose Hands are pure, whose Heart is clean; Whose Lips still speak the Thing they mean; No Slanders dwell upon his Tongue; He hates to do his Neighbour Wrong. 3 [Scarce will he trust an ill Report, Nor vents it to his Neighbour's Hurt: Sinners of State he can despise, But Saints are honour'd in his Eyes.] 4 [Firm to his Word he ever stood, And always makes his Promise good; Nor dares to change the Thing he swears, Whatever Pain or Loss he bears.] 5 [He never deals in bribing Gold, And mourns that Justice should be sold; While others gripe and grind the Poor, Sweet Charity attends his door.] 6 He loves his Enemies, and prays For those that curse him to his Face: And doth to all Men still the same That he would hope or wish from them. 7 Yet, when his holiest Works are done, His Soul depends on Grace alone; This is the Man thy Face shall see, And dwell for ever, Lord, with Thee. Scripture: Psalm 15 Languages: English

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