Divine Songs of the Muggletonians: In Grateful Praise to the Only True God, the Lord Jesus Christ

R. Brown, 1829 - 621 Seiten

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Seite v - O SING unto the Lord a new song: for he hath done marvellous things: his right hand, and his holy arm, hath gotten him the victory.
Seite 429 - The Lord thy God in the midst of thee is mighty; He will save, He will rejoice over thee with joy ; He will rest in His love, He -will joy over thee with singing.
Seite 8 - Great Holiday, on the anniversary of the delivery of the Word to Reeve, and the Little Holiday, on the day of Muggleton's final release from prison. I do believe in God alone, Likewise in Reeve and Muggleton. So they have sung for more than two hundred years. This is the Muggletonians' faith, This is the God which we believe; None salvation-knowledge hath, But those of Muggleton and Reeve. Christ is the Muggletonians' king, With whom eternally they'll sing.
Seite 159 - Your fetters, &c. 2. You who by long prayers do prey on the poor, The bread and the substance of widows devour; Of external righteousness make a fair show, While nothing but praise and gain's in your view ; Ye vipers, ye serpents, ye seed of the devil, How can you escape the last great day of evil. Ye vipers, &c. 3. I bid you adieu, while I trust on my God, My glorious redeemer, and sov' reign Lord ; Behold the great work which he wrought on the tree, ' It is finish'd,' he cried, ' it is finish'd...
Seite 338 - Ye Gentlemen of England,') You faithful Muggletonians who truly do believe The doctrine of Muggleton to be the same as Reeve; Let no wise anti-followers infuse into your ear, That a prayer, Christ does hear, from us mortals here below.

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