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UIDE me, O thou great Jehovah, T Pilgrim through this barren land, I am weak, but thou art mighty;

Hold me with thy powerful hand. 2 Open now the crystal fountains

Whence the living waters flow; Let the fiery, cloudy pillar

Lead me all my journey through. 3 Feed me with the heavenly manna

In this barren wilderness;
Be my sword, and shield, and banner,

Be the Lord my Righteousness.
4 When I tread the verge of Jordan,

Bid my anxious fears subside;
Death of death, and hell's destruction,

Land me safe on Canaan's side. Amen. Welsh; William Williams, 1745; Tr. Peter Williams, 1772;

alt. John Keble, 1857

Also the following 118 My soul, be on thy guard 247 Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us 248 Lead us, O Father, in the paths of peace 354 Saviour, teach me, day by day 372 My God, accept my heart this day

The Lord's Day 43 D:
DAY of rest and gladness,

O day of joy and light,
O balm of care and sadness,

Most beautiful, most bright;

On thee the high and lowly,

Through ages joined in tune, Sing, Holy, Holy, Holy,

To the great God Triune. 2 On thee, at the creation,

The light first had its birth; On thee for our salvation

Christ rose from depths of earth; On thee our Lord victorious

The Spirit sent from heaven, And thus on thee most glorious

A triple light was given. 3 Thou art a port protected

From storms that round us rise; A garden intersected

With streams of Paradise;
Thou art a cooling fountain

In life's dry, dreary sand;
From thee, like Pisgah's mountain,

We view our promised land. 4 To-day on weary nations

The heavenly manna falls; To holy convocations

The silver trumpet calls, Where Gospel-light is glowing

With pure and radiant beams, And living water flowing

With soul-refreshing streams. 5 New graces ever gaining

From this our day of rest, We reach the rest remaining

To spirits of the blest. To Holy Ghost be praises,

To Father, and to Son; The Church her voice upraises To thee, blest Three in One. Amen.

Christopher Wordsworth, 1862



L.M. WEET is the work, my God, my King, To praise thy Name, give thanks and

sing; To show thy love by morning light,

And talk of all thy truth at night. 2 Sweet is the day of sacred rest;

No mortal cares shall seize my breast;
O may my heart in túne be found,

Like David's harp of solemn sound. 3 My heart shall triumph in my Lord,

And bless his works, and bless his word; Thy works of grace, how bright they shine!

How deep thy counsels, how divine!
4 Then shall I see, and hear, and know

All I desired or wished below;
And every power find sweet employ
In that eternal world of joy.

Isaac Watts, 1719; Psalm 98


S.M. day : T Let there be light to-day; O Day-spring, rise upon our night,

And chase its gloom away. 2 This is the day of rest:

Our failing strength renew;
On weary brain and troubled breast

Shed thou thy freshening dew. 3 This is the day of peace:

Thy peace our spirits fill;
Bid thou the blasts of discord cease,

The waves of strife be still.

4 This is the day of prayer:

Let earth to heaven draw near;
Lift up our hearts to seek thee there,

Come down to meet us here. 5 This is the first of days:

Send forth thy quickening breath, And wake dead souls to love and praise, O Vanquisher of death! Amen.

John Ellerton, 1867 46

Six 7's AFELY through another week


Let us now a blessing seek,

Waiting in his courts to-day;
Day of all the week the best,

Emblem of eternal rest.
2 While we seek for pardoning grace,

Through the dear Redeemer's Name, Show thy reconcilèd face,

Take away our sin and shame; From our worldly cares set free,

May we rest this day in thee. 3 Here we come thy Name to praise;

Let us feel thy presence near;
May thy glory meet our eyes,

While we in thy house appear:
Here afford us, Lord, a taste
Of our everlasting feast. Amen.

John Newton, 1774 47

Four 7's
N this day, the first of days,

God the Father's Name we praise:
Who, creation's Lord and Spring,
Did the world from darkness bring.


2 On this day the Eternal Son

Over death his triumph won;
On this day the Spirit came

With his gifts of living flame. 3 O that fervent love to-day

May in every heart have sway,
Teaching us to praise aright

God, the Source of life and light. 4 Father, who didst fashion me

Image of thyself to be,
Fill me with thy love divine,

Let my every thought be thine. 5 Holy Jesus, may I be

Dead and buried here with thee;
And, by love inflamed, arise

Unto thee a sacrifice.
6 Thou, who dost all gifts impart,

Shine, blest Spirit, in my heart;
Best of gifts thyself bestow;

Make me burn thy love to know. 7 God, the blessed Three in One,

Dwell within my heart alone;
Thou dost give thyself to me,
May I give myself to thee. Amen.

Latin; Tr. Henry W. Baker, 1861


Six 8's SAVIOUR, bless us ere we go;

Thy word into our minds instil, And make our lukewarm hearts to glow

With lowly love and fervent will. Through life's long day and death's dark

night, O gentle Jesus, be our light.

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