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A poem, sacred to the glorious memory of our late most gracious sovereign lord King George

Richard Savage

A poem, sacred to the glorious memory of our late most gracious sovereign lord King George

... By Richard Savage, ...

by Richard Savage

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Published by printed by S. Powell, for G. Risk, G. Ewing and W. Smith in Dublin .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 1121, no. 23.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination8p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16974795M

A Pindarique ode, humbly offer'd to the ever-blessed memory of our late Gracious Sovereign Lady, Queen Mary written by J.D., Gent. Cobb, Samuel, / [MDCC ] Poetæ Britannici a poem satyrical and panegyrical. Cobb, Samuel, / []. A Congratulatory Poem on Her Majesties Happy Recovery () and A Poem on the Death of Our Late most Gracious Sovereign Queen Anne (the queen died on August 1, ). Anon, Heroick Poems On Several Subjects, Viz, Upon the Safe Arrival of His Majesty King WILLIAM the Third, in Holland, this Summer, Anno ; Upon His Majesty's Return to.

Our Sovereign God, by John G. Reisinger (continued) I remember buying a book of Poems compiled by a famous preacher. The poems were supposed to be "great aids in getting decisions." One of the preacher's favorite poems that he urged his readers to use when the altar call was being given was entitled The Invictus. Because of his theology, this. God bless our good and gracious kind, Whose promise none relies on, Who never said a foolish thing, Nor ever did a wise one. God Bless Our Good and Gracious King. by Lord John Wilmot. God bless our good and gracious kind, If we have inadvertently included a copyrighted poem that the copyright holder does not wish to be displayed, we.

The hymns reflect the nearness of the Lord at a time of weakness. The very first hymn written in this period of ill health was 'I saw a new vision of Jesus - A view I'd not seen here before'. Other well known hymns include, 'Great is the Gospel of our Glorious God' and 'Deep in my heart there is a sigh'. Make His Praise by Sovereign Grace Music, released 01 June VERSE 1 Make His praise Great and glorious Jesus reigns all victorious Gracious God, ruling over us There is no one like You VERSE 2 King of kings Lord of righteousness We shall bring You the very best Jesus come be our honored guest There is no one like You CHORUS Ascribe to the Lord The glory due His name We worship You in the.


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