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Holy wonder, heavenly grace

Author: Daniel Turner Hymnal: A New and Beautiful Collection of Select Hymns and Spiritual Songs #d117 (1801) Hymnal Title: A New and Beautiful Collection of Select Hymns and Spiritual Songs Languages: English

Holy wonder, heavenly grace

Author: Daniel Turner Hymnal: A Selection of Hymns from the Best Authors, intended to be an Appendix to Dr. Watts' Psalms & Hymns. 2nd Baltimore ed. #aCCCXLVII (1804) Hymnal Title: A Selection of Hymns from the Best Authors, intended to be an Appendix to Dr. Watts' Psalms & Hymns. 2nd Baltimore ed.
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Holy wonder, heavenly grace

Author: Daniel Turner Hymnal: A Selection of Hymns from the Best Authors. #347 (1826) Hymnal Title: A Selection of Hymns from the Best Authors. Languages: English
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A song of praise to the redeemer

Author: Dr. Turner Hymnal: A Selection of Hymns #CCCXLVII (1792) Hymnal Title: A Selection of Hymns First Line: Holy wonder, heavenly grace Lyrics: 1 Holy wonder, heavenly grace, Come, inspire our humble lays, While the Savior's love we sing, Whence our hopes and comforts spring. 2 Man, involv'd in guilt and woe, Touch'd his tender bosom so, That, when justice death demands, Forth the great deliv'rer stands; 3 Cries to God, "thy mercy shew, "Lo! I come thy will to do; "I the sacrifice will be, "Death shall plunge his dart in me." 4 Tho' the form of God he bore, Great in glory, great in power, See him in our flesh array'd, Lower than his angels made. 5 [He that heaven itself possess'd, Now and infant at the breast! Angels from the world above, See and sing th' amazing love! 6 Thro' the shining hours of day, Toil and danger mark his way; Lonely mounts, and chilling air, Witness oft his midnight prayer.] 7 Now the heavenly lover dies! Darkness veils the mid-day skies! Angels round the bloody tree, Throng and gaze in ecstacy! 8 [Power unseen earth's bosom heaves, Rocks and tombs, asunder cleave; While the temple's rending veil Tells the pries the awful tale.] 9 But, the third day's dawning come, Lo! the Savior leaves the tomb! Reascends his native sky, Where he lives no more to die. 10 On his cross he builds his throne, Whence he makes his glories known, Sends his spirit down to give Dying sinners grace to live. Topics: Worship The Lord's Day; Forms vain without religion; Public Religion; Song of praise to the Redeemer Scripture: Psalm 40:7-8 Languages: English
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Holy wonder, heavenly grace

Author: Daniel Turner Hymnal: Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs #149 (1808) Hymnal Title: Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs
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Praise

Author: D. Turner Hymnal: Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs #CXXXVII (1792) Meter: Irregular Hymnal Title: Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs First Line: Holy wonder, heav'nly grace Lyrics: 1 Holy wonder, heav'nly grace, Come inspire our humble lays, While the Savior's love we sing, Whence our hopes and comforts spring. 2 Man, involv'd in guilt and woe, Touch'd his tender bosom so, That, when justice death demands, Forth the great deliv'rer stands; 3 Cries to God, "Thy mercy shew, Lo! I come thy will to do; I the sacrifice will be, Death shall plunge his dart in me." 4 Tho' the form of God he bore, Great in glory, great in pow'r, See him in our flesh array'd, Lower than his Angels made. 5 He that Heav'n itself possess'd, Now and infant at the breast! Angels from the world above, See and sing th' amazing love! 6 Thro' the shining hours of day, Toil and danger mark his way; Lonely mounts, and chilling air, Witness oft his midnight prayer. 7 Now the heav'nly lover dies! Darkness veils the mid day skies! Angels round the bloody tree, Throng and gaze in ecstacy! 8 Pow'r unseen earth's bosom heaves, Rocks and tombs asunder cleave; While the temple's rending veil Tells the pries the awful tale. 9 But, the third day's dawning come, Lo! the Saviour leaves the tomb! Reascends his native sky, Where he lives no more to die. 10 On his cross he builds his throne, Whence he makes his glories known, Sends his spirit down to give Dying sinners, grace to live. Topics: The Humiliation of the Glorified with Glory before the World began Scripture: Psalm 89:1-4 Languages: English
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Holy wonder, heav'nly grace

Hymnal: The Christian Harmonist #150 (1804) Hymnal Title: The Christian Harmonist
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Holy wonder, heavenly grace

Author: D. Turner Hymnal: The Psalms and Hymns of Dr. Watts #1065 (1835) Hymnal Title: The Psalms and Hymns of Dr. Watts

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