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3d P. M. 4 68 & 2 88.
That to thy Name belongs ;
Subject of all our songs;
But still in spirit join'd,
Thou hast to ench assign'd;
In all thy pleasant ways,
With joy the appointed race :
When all our toils are o'er,
And parting are no more :
That calls thy exiles home;
The earth receive its doom :
6 Acoording to his word,
His oath, to sinners given,
The ruin'd earth and heaven;
That shall our souls release,
or him in spotless peace : In perfect holiness renew'd, Adorn'd with Christ, and ineet for God, '1120
C. M. Separated, but inseparable. COD of all consolation, take
The glory of thy grace;
In ceaseless songs of praise. 2 Through thee we now together camo,
In singleness of heart;
And in thy Name we part.
Our ininds continue one;
We hand in hand go on.
No power can make us twnin; And mountains rise, and oceans roll,
To sever us in vain. 5 Present we still in spirit are,
And intimately nigh; While on the wings of faith and prayer
We to each other fly.
CLOSE OF WORSHIP
677 6. Our life is hid with Christ in God;
Our Life shall soon appear, And shed his glory all abroad
On all his members here. 1121
C. M. United,-though separated, DIEST be the dear uniting love, D. That will not let us part: Our bodies may far off remove,
We still are one in henrt.
Where he appoints we go;
And show his praise below,
And nothing know beside, Nothing desire, nothing esteem,
But Jesus crucified. 4Closer and closer let us cleave - To his beloved embrace ; Expect his fulness to receive,
And grace to answer grace.
The same in mind and heart,
Nör lite, nur death can part.
Which shall our flesh restore ; When death shall all be done away,
And bodies purt no more. 1122
5th P. M. 4 lines 78.
Every voice and every beart
To wie 3 Present we still inspire
An intimater Digt; While on the west
faith and We to esch other day
5th P. M. 4 lines is. For a general blessing. NOW..may He who from the dead
Brought the Shepherd of the sheep, Jesus Christ, our King and Head,
All our souls in safety keep. 2 May he teach us to fulfil
What is pleasing in his sight; Make us perfect in his will,
And preserve us day and night. 3 To that great Redeemer'e praise,
Who the cov'nant seal'd with blood, Let our hearts and voices raise
Loud thanksgivings to our God. 1126
8th P. M. 87, 87, 47.
Bless the sower and the seed;
From the Gospel
Which thy word 's design'd to give;
8th P. M. 87, 87, 41.
o refresh us,