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" Not to my wish, but to my want, Do thou thy gifts apply .. Unask'd, what good thou knowest, grant ; What ill, though ask'd, deny. "
Notes and Queries - Page 341
1863
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Psalms and hymns for divine worship, according to the use of the Church of ...

Roger Carus Wilson - 1860 - 276 pages
...subdued, Too oft with stubborn will, I blindly shun the latent good, And grasp the specious ill ! 4 Not to my wish but to my want, Do Thou Thy gifts apply ; Unask'd, the good in mercy grant ; The ill, though ask'd, deny. Cu•nnucialun of Ctirist. (utjjan.) The Seal...
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Psalms, hymns and spiritual songs, for use in the public services of the ...

John Relly Beard - 1860 - 428 pages
...subdued, Too oft, with stubborn will, We blindly shun the latent good, And grasp the specious ill : , 4 Not to my wish, but to my want, Do thou thy gifts apply ; The good, unasked, in mercy grant, The ill, though asked, deny. 138 CM 1 WHEN grief and anguish press...
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Hymns for private use, selected and arranged by A. Wolfe

Arthur Wolfe - 1861 - 228 pages
...force subdued, Too oft with stubborn will 1 blindly shun the latent good, And grasp the specious ill ! Not to my wish, but to my want, Do thou thy gifts apply ; Unask'd, the good in mercy grant; The ill, though ask'd, deny. 89 WE ask for peace, O Lord ! Thy children ask...
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The Sunday-school World, Volume 2

1862 - 216 pages
...subdu'd, Since oft my stubborn will Preposterous shuns the latent good, And grasps the specious ill ; Not to my wish, but to my want, Do Thou Thy gifts apply ; Unasked, what good Thou knowost, grant; What ill, though osk'd, deny. Jamee Merrick. MINISTERING...
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English sacred poetry, of the sixteenth, seventeenth, eighteenth and ...

Robert Eldridge Aris Willmott - 1862 - 418 pages
...subdn'd, Since oft my stubborn will Preposterous shuns the latent good, And grasps the specious ill ; Not to my wish, but to my want, Do Thou Thy gifts apply ; Unasked, what gotxl Thou knowest, grant ; What ill, though asked, deny. James Mtrrick, l.'.l THE...
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A Selection from the Letters of Lydia Ann Barclay, a Minister of the Gospel ...

Lydia Ann Barclay - 1862 - 502 pages
...sensible thereof as thou couldst wish. This reminds me of a sweet verse in J. Fisher's Diary : — "Not to my wish, but to my want, Do thou thy gifts supply ; Unasked, what good thou knowest, grant, What ill, though asked, deny." Oh ! the sweet leaning...
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English Sacred Poetry of the Sixteenth, Seventeenth, Eighteenth, and ...

Robert Aris Willmott - 1863 - 420 pages
...subdu'd, Since oft my stubborn will Preposterous shuns the latent good, And grasps the specious ill ; Not to my wish, but to my want, Do Thou Thy gifts apply ; Unasked, what good Thou knowest, grant ; What ill, though asked, deny. James Merrick. THE MESSIAH....
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The Wesleyan Reform Union Magazine, Volume 3

Wesleyan Reform Union of Churches - 1863 - 506 pages
...conditionally, ie we should ask its bestowment if in harmony with His Divine will. It is a wise petition, " Not to my wish but to my want, Do thou Thy gifts apply — The good, unasked, Thou knowest, grant — The ill, though asked, deny." Should He be pleased to...
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Sunday school lessons; explaining and illustrating the subject of the collects

Rowley Hill (bp. of Sodor and Man.) - 1866 - 170 pages
...certainly. Look to God for the rest. To sum all up, we may put our prayer in the words of the hymn — " Not to my wish, but to my want, Do Thou Thy gifts...Thou knowest, grant ; What ill, though ask'd, deny." £undan a!^r LK ARN — " Let them be confounded and put to shame that seek after my soul : let them...
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Sunday school lessons; explaining and illustrating the subject of the collects

Rowley Hill (bp. of Sodor and Man.) - 1867 - 130 pages
...all up, we may put our prayer in. the words of the hymn — "Not to my wish, but to my want, Do Thon Thy gifts apply. Unask'd, what good Thou knowest, grant : What ill, though aak'd, deny." AJTERNOON. LEARS — " Let them be confounded and pat to shame that seek after my soul...
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