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48 C. M.
The Desire of all nations.
(o, thou Desire of all thy saints,
J Our humble strains attend,
While, with our praises and complaints,
2 How should our songs, like those above, With warm devotion rise; . How should our souls, on wings of love, Mount upward to the skies.
3 Come, Lord, thy love alone can raise
Then shall our lips resound thy praise,
4 Now, Saviour, let thy glory shine,
49 13th P. M. 10 10, 11 11. Peace, power, and love.
LL thanks to the Lamb, who gives us to meet: His love we proclaim, his praises repeat: We own him our Jesus, continually near, To pardon and bless us, and perfect us here.
2 In him we have peace, in him we have power,
8 Pronounce the glad word, and bid us be free , Ah! hast thou not, Lord, a pleading for me? The peace thou hast given, tills moment impar. And open thy heaven, O Love, in my heart.
5 The hardness of our hearts remove,
Show us the tokens of thy love,
ATHER of everlasting grace,
2 Thou dost with sweet complacence see The temple fill'd with light divine; And art thou not well pleased with me, Who, turning to that heavenly shrine, Through Jesus to thy throne apply, Through Jesus for acceptance §
3 With all who for redemption groan,