Collection of Sacred Hymns, 1835

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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Like Enoch too, I will proclaim,
A loud Hosanna to his name.
 
3 Hosanna, let the echo fly
From pole to pole, from sky to sky,
And saints and angels, join to sing,
Till all eternity shall ring.
 
4 Hosanna, let the voice extend,
Till time shall cease, and have an end;
Till all the throngs of heav’n above,
Shall join the saints in songs of love.
 
5 Hosanna, let the trump of God,
Proclaim his wonders far abroad,
And earth, and air, and skies, and seas,
Conspire to sound aloud his praise.
 
Hymn 23 • This earth was once a garden place
HYMN 23. P. M.
 
1 This earth was once a garden place,
With all her glories common;
And men did live a holy race,
And worship Jesus face to face,
In .
 
2 We read that Enoch walk’d with God,
Above the pow’r of Mammon:
While Zion spread herself abroad, [p. 29]
Like Enoch too, I will proclaim,
A loud Hosanna to his name.
 
3 Hosanna, let the echo fly
From pole to pole, from sky to sky,
And saints and angels, join to sing,
Till all eternity shall ring.
 
4 Hosanna, let the voice extend,
Till time shall cease, and have an end;
Till all the throngs of heav’n above,
Shall join the saints in songs of love.
 
5 Hosanna, let the trump of God,
Proclaim his wonders far abroad,
And earth, and air, and skies, and seas,
Conspire to sound aloud his praise.
 
Hymn 23 • This earth was once a garden place
HYMN 23. P. M.
 
1 This earth was once a garden place,
With all her glories common;
And men did live a holy race,
And worship Jesus face to face,
In .
 
2 We read that Enoch walk’d with God,
Above the pow’r of Mammon:
While Zion spread herself abroad, [p. 29]
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