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" HOW OLD ART THOU? Count not the days that have idly flown, The years that were vainly spent; Nor speak of the hours thou must blush to own, When thy spirit stands before the throne To account for the talents lent. But number the hours... "
The down-hill of life, its exercises, temptations, and dangers - Page 60
by Thomas Harrison Walker - 1866 - 139 pages
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The Friendly Visitor, Volume 22

William Carus Wilson - Theology - 1840
...have been cut down almost without warning. Be ye alę ready ! " HOW OLD ART THOU ?" Count not thy days that have idly flown, The years that were vainly spent...But number the hours redeemed from sin, The moments employed for heaven — Oh, few and evil thy days have been, Thy life a toilsome and worthless scene,...
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The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine

Arminianism - 1840
...England's dead. * From the " Literary Gazette," September, 1822. HOW OLD ART THOU?' COUNT not thy days that have idly flown, The years that were vainly spent,...account for the talents lent. But number the hours redeem'd from sin, The moments employ'd for heaven : O ! few and evil thy days have been, Thy life...
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Reading Book for the Use of Female Schools

Readers - 1839 - 408 pages
...all the mischief would have been prevented—Cottage Comforti. HOW OLD ART THOU ? COUNT not the days that have idly flown, The years that were vainly spent;...account for the talents lent. But number the hours redeem'd from sin, The moments employ'd for heaven; Oh few and evil thy days have been, Thy life, a...
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Culled Flowers

M. S. - English poetry - 1839 - 175 pages
...of the darkest hours, Looking alone to heaven !" F. HEMANS. "HOW OLD ART THOU?" Count not the days that have idly flown, The years that were vainly spent,...account for the talents lent. But number the hours redeem'd from sin, The moments employ'd for heaven ; — Oh, few and evil thy days have been, Thy life...
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Miscellaneous Extracts from Various Authors: Calculated to Amuse, Instruct ...

David Holt - Educational literature - 1839 - 292 pages
...and everlasting. When shall I awake, and find myself there ? HOW OLD ART THOU ? COUNT not the days that have idly flown, The years that were vainly spent,...Nor speak of the hours thou must blush to own, When the spirit stands before the throne, To account for the talents lent. But number the hours redeem'd...
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Lyric Gems: A Collection of Original and Select Sacred Poetry

Samuel Francis Smith - Electronic book - 1844 - 128 pages
...stage; Alas ! the evening traveller feels The fears of weary age ! HOW OLD ART THOU J COUNT not the days that have idly flown, The years that were vainly spent,...But number the hours redeemed from sin ; The moments employed for heaven: O, few and evil thy days have been, Thy life, a toilsome, worthless scene, For...
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The Common School Speaker: A New Collection of Original and Selected Pieces ...

William Bentley Fowle - Recitations - 1844 - 288 pages
...pay the full price for the remainin" three. The piece is taken from the Guardian. Count not thy days that have idly flown, The years that were vainly spent,...But number the hours redeemed from sin, The moments employed for Heaven ; Oh ! few and evil thy days have been, Thy life a toilsome and worthless scene,...
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Lyric Gems: A Collection of Original and Select Sacred Poetry

Samuel Francis Smith - Gift books - 1844 - 128 pages
...OLD ART THOU? COUNT not the days that have idly flown, The years that were vainly spent, Nor apeak of the hours thou must blush to own, When thy spirit...But number the hours redeemed from sin ; The moments employed for heaven : O, few and evil thy days have been, Thy life, a toilsome, worthless scene, For...
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The Methodist new connexion magazine and evangelical repository, Volume 52

1849
...before the bar of the Sovereign Judge of all." " HOW OLD ART THOU?"— Gen. xviii. 8. COUST not the days that have idly flown, The years that were vainly spent;...account for the talents lent. But number the hours redeem'd from sin, The moments employ'd for heaven; Oh! few and evil thy days have been, Thy life a...
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The garland; or, Poetry for childhood and youth

Garland - 1850
...not dim ; Send them to guide us yet, O star which led to him ! HOW OLD ART THOU ? Count not the days that have idly flown, The years that were vainly spent;...But number the hours redeemed from sin, The moments employed for heaven ; Oh, few and evil thy days have been, Thy life a toilsome and worthless scene,...
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