They are of the world: therefore speak they of the world, and the world hears them.@1 John 4:5
John Newton (1725ā€“1807)

John Newton, Olney Hymns (London: W. Oliver, 1779), Book 3, number 59. Old things are passed away.

Bingham, anonymous (šŸ”Š pdf nwc).

Let worldly minds the world pursue,
It has no charms for me;
Once I admired its trifles too,
But grace has set me free.

Its pleasures now no longer please,
No more content afford;
Far from my heart be joys like these;
Now I have seen the Lord.

As by the light of opening day
The stars are all concealed;
So earthly pleasures fade away,
When Jesus is revealed.

Creatures no more divide my choice,
I bid them all depart;
His name, and love, and gracious voice,
Have fixed my roving heart.

Now, Lord, I would be Thine alone,
And wholly live to Thee;
But may I hope that Thou wilt own
A worthless worm, like me?

Yes! though of sinners Iā€™m the worst,
I cannot doubt Thy will;
For if Thou hadst not loved me first
I had refused Thee still.