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The blest memorials of thy grief

The blest memorials of thy grief

Author: Jo. Hart
Published in 29 hymnals

Representative Text

1 The blest memorials of thy grief,
The suff'rings of thy death,
We come, dear Saviour, to receive;
But would receive with faith.

2 The tokens sent us to relieve
Our spirits when they droop,
We come, dear Saviour, to receive;
But would receive with hope.

3 The pledges thou wast pleas'd to leave,
Our mournful minds to move,
We come, dear Saviour to receive;
But would receive with love.

4 Here in obedience to thy word
We take the bread and wine;
The utmost we can do, dear Lord,
for all beyond is thine.

5 Increase our faith, and hope, and love;
Lord, give us all that's good;
We would thy full salvation prove,
And share thy flesh and blood.

Source: The Psalms of David: with hymns and spiritual songs: also, the catechism, confession of faith, and liturgy of the Reformed Church in the Netherlands #H65

Author: Jo. Hart

Hart, Joseph, was born in London in 1712. His early life is involved in obscurity. His education was fairly good; and from the testimony of his brother-in-law, and successor in the ministry in Jewin Street, the Rev. John Hughes, "his civil calling was" for some time "that of a teacher of the learned languages." His early life, according to his own Experience which he prefaced to his Hymns, was a curious mixture of loose conduct, serious conviction of sin, and endeavours after amendment of life, and not until Whitsuntide, 1757, did he realize a permanent change, which was brought about mainly through his attending divine service at the Moravian Chapel, in Fetter Lane, London, and hearing a sermon on Rev. iii. 10. During the next two years ma… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: The blest memorials of thy grief
Author: Jo. Hart
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain



Instances (1 - 29 of 29)

A Collection of Hymns & Spiritual Songs, for Public and Family Worship #d109

A Selection of Hymns ... Supplement to the Methodist Pocket Hymn Book. 1st ed #d260

Hymns for Second Advent Believers #d113

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Hymns of the "Jubilee Harp" #a575

Hymns, etc. composed on various subjects #119

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Hymns, etc. #S6

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Hymns #119

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The Advent Harp; designed for believers in the speedy coming of Christ #141b

The Choice #H408

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The Choice #H408

The Christian Lyre #d384

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The Christian Psalmist #439

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The Cluster of Spiritual Songs, Divine Hymns and Sacred Poems #LXXXIV

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The Harp #829

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The Harp. 2nd ed. #a829

The Hymnal of the Reformed Church in the United States #d598

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The Jubilee Harp #575

The Millennial Harp #d397

The Millennial Harp #d195

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The Psalms and Hymns #64

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The Psalms of David #H65

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The Reformed Church Hymnal #292

The Saints' Harp #d798

Zion's Hymns, for the Use of the Original Free-Will Baptist Church of North Carolina #d237

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