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2 All heaven thou fill'st with pure desire;
O shine upon my frozen breast; With sacred love my beart inspire,
Let me thy hidden sweetness taste. 3 I see thy garments roll'd in blood,
Thy streaming head, thy hands, thy side; All bail, thou suff'ring, conqu’ring God!
Now man shall live, for God hath died. 4 0 killin me this rebel sin,
And triumph o'er my willing breast! Restore thine image, Lord, therein,
And lead me to thy Father's rest. 5 Let earthly love be far away:
Saviour, be thou my love alone; No more may mine usurp the sway;
Ia me thy only will be done.
All things for thee I count but loss;
Hymn 125. C. M.
IFT L'Feuers of the Lamb,
up your hearts to things above, And join with us to praise his love,
And glorify his nanje.
Whose mercies never end;
The King is now our Friend!
3 We for his sake count all things loss,
On earthly good look down : And joyfully sustain the cross,
Till we receive the crown. 4 O let us stir cach other up,
Our faith by works t approve,
And the sweet task of love.
The Holy Ghost receive;
• Witli God in Eden live!
And wait his heaven to share ! He now is fitting up your bome! Go on, we'll meet you there.
Hymn 126. C. M. And bringing into captivity every thought to the
obcdience of Christ. 2 Cor. x. 4. 1
Nor farther proceed How should I longer live in sin,
Who unto sin am dead ? 2 A new and hol life I live,
And fashion'd to his death, His resurrection's power receive,
And by his Spirit breathe. 3 For ever be his name ador'd
For what I have receiv'd :
AWAY amin eh nog beter voelech: lodge within,
4 Jesus can to the utmost save;
On Jesus I depend;
Hyın 127. L. M.
all wisdom. Col. iii. 16. 1 IN NTO thy gracious hands I fall,
And with the arnis of faith embrace! O King of glory, hear my call!
O raise me, heal me, by thy grace! 2 Still let thy wisdom be my guide,
Nor take thy flight from me away; Still let with me thy grace abide,
That I from thee inay never stray. 3 Let thy word richly in me dwell;
Thy peace and love my portion be; My joy t'endure and do thy will,
Till perfect I am found in thee.
So in thy streøgth shall I go op;
Hymn 128. L. M.
saying, This is the way, walk ye in it. Isa. XXX. 21. [F now I have acceptance found With thee, or favour in thy sight.
Still with thy grace and truth surround,
And arm me with thy Spirit's might. 2 O may I hear thy warning voice,
And timely fly from danger near, With rev'rence unto thee rejoice,
And love thee with a filial fear. 3 Still hold my soul in second life,
And suffer not my feet to slide : Support me in the glorious strife,
And comfort me on every side. 4 O give me faith and faith's increase;
Finish the work begun in me; Preserve my soul in perfect peace,
And let me always rest on thee. 5 O let thy gracious Spirit guide
And bring me to the promis'd land:
And all submit to love's coinmand. 6 A land where milk and honey flow,
And springs of pure delights arise,
Hymn 129. S. M.
if we live in the Spirit, let us also walk in the
Spirit. Gal. v. 25. 1 O
COME, and dwell in me,
Spirit of power within :
From sorrow, fear, and sin.
2 This inward dire disease,
Spirit of bealth remove,
Spirit of perfect love. 3 Hasten the joyful day,
Which shall my sins consume:
And all things new become. 4 I want the witness, Lord,
That all I do is right,
Well pleasing in thy sigbt. 5 I nothing ask beside;
Indulge me but in this;
Hymn 130. L. M. God is greater than our heart. 1 John iii. 21. 1
And make thy faithful mercies known; The mind which was in thee impart;
Thy constant mind in us be shown. 2 0 let us by thy cross abide,
Thce, only thee resolv'd to know, The Lamb for sinners crucified,
A world to save from endless wo. 3 Take us into thy people's rest,
And we from our own works sball cease; With thy meek Spirit arm our breast,
And keep our minds in perfect peace.