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Divine Songs   By: (1674-1748)

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Divine Songs by Isaac Watts is a collection of hymns and religious poems that delve deep into spiritual themes. With its timeless messages and beautiful language, this book has stood the test of time and continues to inspire readers to this day.

What sets Divine Songs apart is Watts' ability to convey complex theological concepts in a simple and accessible manner. From the very beginning, the author establishes a tone of reverence and awe, inviting readers to reflect on their faith and embrace a deeper connection with God.

Each poem in this collection has a distinct message, making it easy for readers to find solace or guidance in times of need. Watts' words instill a sense of hope and comfort, reminding us of the power of faith and the divine love that surrounds us. Whether one is seeking encouragement during difficult times or praise for life's blessings, this book offers a variety of verses to uplift and motivate.

The language used throughout Divine Songs is both eloquent and sophisticated. Watts' mastery of words creates a lyrical flow that resonates with readers, evoking emotions and connections to the divine. The depth of meaning within each poem is a testament to the author's profound understanding of spirituality and his ability to articulate it so beautifully.

Despite being written many years ago, the themes in Divine Songs remain relevant to contemporary readers. The struggles, doubts, and joys expressed within these pages are universal, transcending time and cultural boundaries. It is this timeless quality that makes this book a cherished companion for believers and seekers from all walks of life.

Moreover, Divine Songs is an excellent resource for worship services and communal gatherings. The hymns contained within its pages are meant to be sung, adding another layer of spiritual connection. The melodies that accompany these lyrics have stood the test of time, further enriching the worship experience for congregations worldwide.

However, it is worth noting that some readers may find the language and references in Divine Songs to be somewhat archaic. The linguistic style might be less accessible for those who prefer more contemporary religious literature. Yet, this should not discourage potential readers from diving into the depths of this timeless collection, as the messages within transcend the barriers of time and language.

Overall, Divine Songs by Isaac Watts is a remarkable collection of hymns and poems that speaks directly to the soul. Its timeless quality, profound messages, and beautiful language make it a significant contribution to religious literature. Whether read individually or sung communally, this book is sure to inspire and uplift anyone seeking a deeper spiritual connection.

First Page:

Divine Songs

Attempted in the Easy Language of Children.

By I. Watts.

Out of the Mouth of Babes and Sucklings thou hast perfected Praise . Matt. xxi. 16.

Transcriber's Note.

Throughout, modern numerals have been substituted for their Roman equivalents.

In Watts' dedication the original capitalisation, italics and spelling are retained; the aim thereby is to convey more accurately the flavour of the original.


Mrs. SARAH ) Mrs. MARY and ) ABNEY, Mrs. ELIZABETH )

Daughters of Sir THOMAS ABNEY, Kt. and Alderman of London .

My Dear Young Friends ,

Whom I am constrained to love and honour by many Obligations. It was the generous and condescending Friendship of your Parents under my weak Circumstances of Health, that brought me to their Country Seat for the Benefit of the Air; but it was an Instance of most uncommon Kindness, to supply me there so chearfully for two Years of Sickness with the richest Conveniences of Life. Such a Favour requires my most affectionate Returns of Service to themselves, and to all that is dear to them; and meer Gratitude demands some solemn and publick Acknowledgment.

But great Minds have the true Relish and Pleasure of doing Good, and are content to be unknown.

It is such a silent Satisfaction Sir Thomas Abney enjoys in the unspeakable Blessings of this Year, that brought our present King to the Throne: and he permits the World to forget that happy Turn that was given to the Affairs of the Kingdom by his wise Management in the Highest Office of the City, whereby the Settlement of the Crown was so much strengthen'd in the Illustrious Family which now possesses it... Continue reading book >>

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