Song Lord, And Is Thine Anger Gone
Album Christian Hymnal – Series 2
Genre Praise & Worship
Publisher / Copyrights John Wesley’s Collection of Hymns
Tags Lord, And Is Thine Anger Gone
Scripture Reference(s)
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Lord, And Is Thine Anger Gone?
And Art Thou Pacified?
After All That I Have Done,
Dost Thou No Longer Chide?
Infinite Thy Mercies Are,
Beneath The Weight I Cannot Move;
O! ‘Tis More Than I Can Bear,
The Sense Of Pardoning Love.

Let It Still My Heart Constrain,
And All My Passions Sway;
Keep Me, Lest I Turn Again
Out Of The Narrow Way;
Force My Violence To Be Still,
And Captivate My Every Thought;
Charm, And Melt, And Change My Will,
And Bring Me Down To Nought.

If I Have Begun Once More
Thy Sweet Return To Feel,
If Even Now I Find Thy Power
Present My Soul To Heal,
Still And Quiet May I Lie.
Nor Struggle Out Of Thine Embrace;
Never More Resist, Or Fly
From Thy Pursuing Grace.

To The Cross, Thine Altar, Bind
Me With The Cords Of Love;
Freedom Let Me Never Find
From Thee, My Lord, To Move;
That I Never, Never More
May With My Much-Loved Master Part,
To The Posts Of Mercy’s Door
O Nail My Willing Heart!

See My Utter Helplessness,
And Leave Me Not Alone;
O Preserve In Perfect Peace,
And Seal Me For Thine Own;
More And More Thyself Reveal,
Thy Presence Let Me Always Find;
Comfort, And Confirm, And Heal
My Feeble, Sin-Sick Mind.

As The Apple Of An Eye
Thy Weakest Servant Keep;
Help Me At Thy Feet To Lie,
And There For Ever Weep;
Tears Of Joy Mine Eyes O’erflow,
That I Have Any Hope Of Heaven;
Much Of Love I Ought To Know,
For I Have Much Forgiven.

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