|Statement||by Isaac Watts|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 16674|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, -71 p., incl. illus.|
|Number of Pages||71|
|LC Control Number||87819075|
Divine and moral songs: attempted in easy language for the use of children: to which are added, catechisms for children and for youth, prayers, &c. , From Sidney's Press Microform in English - Rev. and corr. Divine and moral songs, attempted in easy language, for the use of children Item PreviewPages: Divine & moral songs, attempted in easy language, for the use of children: Revised and corrected. Get this from a library! Divine and moral songs attempted in easy language for the use of children. [Isaac Watts].
"Divine Songs," the first part of this collection, was published in It was several years later when the "Moral Songs" were added. Isaac Watts points to Ephesians , to "teach and admonish one another by hymns and songs," as his motivation for writing the hymns/5. This book is Divine Songs Attempted in Easy Language for the Use of Children also known as and Moral Songs for Children collection of didactic, moralistic poetry for children and included a children songs. Startseite > Katalog > Education, Genealogy & Reference > Words, Language & Grammar > Reading > Divine and moral songs, attempted in easy language, for the use of children Taschenbuch: 78 Herausgeber: Trieste Publishing. Divine Songs, Attempted in Easy Language: For the Use of Children - Ebook written by Isaac Watts. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Divine Songs, Attempted in Easy Language: For the Use of Children/5(10).
Divine and Moral Songs for Children became a ubiquitous children’s book throughout England for nearly two hundred years. By the midth century, the book existed in over a thousand editions. So well-known were some of the children’s poems that Lewis Carroll parodied them in Alice in Wonderland and Charles Dickens referenced them in David Copperfield. Divine songs attempted in easy language for the use of children, by I. Watts, D.D [Watts, Isaac] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Divine songs attempted in easy language for the use of children, by I. Watts, D.D Author: Isaac Watts. Almighty God, thy piercing eye Strikes through the shades of night, And our most secret actions lie All open to thy sight. There’s not a sin that we commit, Nor wicked word we say, But in thy dreadful book ‘tis writ Against the judgment–day. And must the crimes that I have done Be read and publish’d there; Be all exposed before the sun. It looks like you are using an ad-blocker. Ad revenue helps keep us running. Please consider white-listing or subscribing to eliminate ads entirely and help support ibing to eliminate ads entirely and help support