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" Jesu, full of truth and grace, More full of grace than I of sin, Yet once again I seek Thy face ; Open Thine arms and take me in ; And freely my backslidings heal, And love the faithless sinner still. "
A pocket hymn book, collected from various authors - Page 42
by Pocket hymn book - 1796
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THE SABBATH HYMN BOOK: FOR THE SERVICE OF SONG IN THE HOUSE OF THE LORD

1858
...at thy sacred feet, And let me rove no more ! 631 The Returning Wanderer. LM C 1 WEARY of wandering from my God, And now made willing to return, I hear, and bow beneath the rod; For thex}, not without hope, I mourn; I have an Advocate above, A Friend before the...
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Hymns of the Church militant [ed. by A.B. Warner].

Hymns - 1858
...total sum ; For mercy, Lord, is all my prayer : Oh let thy mercy come ! U cpcntunrC. WEARY of wandering from my God, And now made willing to return, I hear, and bow beneath the rod ; To him with penitence I mourn : I have an advocate above, — A friend before the...
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Hymns of the Church Militant

Anna Bartlett Warner - Hymns, English - 1858 - 640 pages
...This is the total sum ; For mercy, Lord, is all my prayer : Oh let thy mercy come ! WEARY of wandering from my God. And now made willing to return, I hear, and bow beneath the rod ; To him with penitence I mourn : I have an advocate above, — A friend before the...
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Plymouth Collection of Hymns and Tunes: For the Use of Christian Congregations

Henry Ward Beecher - Hymns, English - 1859 - 507 pages
...lift — I pray, Take all, tako all my sins away. C. WESLEY. 413. LM 6 lines. 1. WEVRY of wandering from my God, And now made willing to return, I hear, and bow me to the rod : Yet not in hopeless grief I mourn ; I have an Advocate above, A Friend before the throne of love....
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The Psalms and Hymns, with Doctrinal Standards and Liturgy of the Reformed ...

Reformed Protestant Dutch Church (U.S.) - Bible - 1859 - 1006 pages
...hate, Uphold me", dear Lord, or I fall. 372 LPMC WESLEY. THE RETURNING WANDERER. 1 WEARY of wandering from my God, And now made willing to return, I hear, and bow beneath the rod; To Him with penitence I mourn. ' I have an Advocate above, A friend before the throne...
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HYMNS OF THE CHURCH MILITANT.

1859
...This is the total sum; For mercy, Lord, is all my prayer: Oh let thy mercy come! WEARY of wandering from my God, And now made willing to return, I hear, and bow beneath the rod; To him with penitence I mourn : I have an advocate above,— 0 Jesus, full of truth...
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Hymns for Church and Home

George Burgess, Episcopal Church - Hymns, English - 1860 - 291 pages
...great my guilt and need, The greater, Lord, Thy grace to save. HYMN 246. II. 3. WEARY of wandering from my God, And now made willing to return, I hear, and bow me to the rod : Yet not in hopeless grief I mourn ; I have an Advocate above, A Friend before the throne of love....
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Hymns for Church and Home

George Burgess - Hymns, English - 1860 - 291 pages
...mine. 4 No claim, no worth, 0 Lord, I plead : HYMN 246. IT. 3. "VTTEARY of wandering from my God, VV And now made willing to return, I hear, and bow me to the rod : Yet not in hopeless grief I mourn ; I have an Advocate above, A Friend before the throne of love....
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The Sabbath Hymn and Tune Book: For the Service of Song in the House of the Lord

Lowell Mason, Edwards Amasa Park, Austin Phelps - Anthems - 1860 - 510 pages
...beside — The Lord, my Love, was crucified. DO J- • ^'" rtturninē Wanderer, 1 WEAUY of wandering from my God, And now made willing to return, I hear, and bow beneath the rod ; For thee, not without hope, I monrn : I have an Advocate above, A Friend before the...
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Hymns of the Church Militant

Hymns, English - 1862 - 640 pages
...total sum ; For mercy, Lord, is all my prayer : Oh let thy mercy come I Repentance. WEARY of wandering from my God, And now made willing to return, I hear, and bow beneath the rod ; To him with penitence I mourn : I have afl advocate above, — A friend befort the...
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