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Regardless of the pains I feels
Close by the gates of death and bell,

I urge my way to heaven.
# Shill will I strivé, and labour still,
With humble zeal to do thy willg.

And trust in thy defence;
My soul into thy hauds / gire,
And if he can obtain thy learg,

Let Satan pluek me thence.

Hymn 203. L. M.

Pray for us, that the word of the Lord may hare

free course, and be glorified. 2 Thess. iii. 1. 1 THEN from the dust of death I rise,

E'eu, then this sbałt be all my plea,

Jasus bath liv'd, bath died for me, 2 Jesus, be endless praise to thee,

Whose Boundless mercy bath for me
For me a full alopemetit made,

An everlasting ransom paid.
3 Ah! give to all thy servants, Lord,

With pow'r to speak thy quick’niog word,
Tbat all who to thy wounds will lee,

May find eternal life in thee.
4 Thou God of might, thou God of love,

Let the whole world thy mercy prove,
Now let thy word 'o'er all prevail,
Now take the spoils of death and hell.

5 let the dead now bear thy voice,

Now bid the banisb'ą ones rejoige,
Their beauty this, their glorious dress
Jesus, thy blood and righteouspess.

Hymn 204. L. M.
Go ye, therefore, and teach all nationsi

Mat: xxviii. 19.
O, preach my gospel, saith the Lord;

; He shall be sav'd that trusts my word;

He shall be daman'd that won't believe. 2 I'll make your great commission kuown,

And ye shall proye nry gospel true,
By all the works that I have done,
By all the wonders


shall do.
3 Teach all the nations my commands;

“I'm with you till the world shall end;
6 All power is trusted in my hands,
I can destroy, and I desead."

Hymn 205. C. M.
And a great company of the Priests were obe

dient to the faith. Acts vi. 7.


And let it swiftly run;
And let the priesis ihemselves believe,

And put salvation on.
2 Cloth'd with the spirit of holiness,

May all thy people prove

The plenitude of gospel grace,

The joy of perfect love. -
'3 Jesus, let all thy lovers shine

Illustrious as the sun,
And bright with borrow'd rays divine,

Their glorious circuit run.
4 Beyond the reach of mortals, spread

Their light where'er they go,
And bearinly influences shed

On all the world below.
5 As giants may they rub their race,

Exulting in thy might;
As burving luninaries chase

The glooms of nature's night.
6 As the bright Sun of righteousness,

Their healing wings display;
And let their lustre still increase
Unto the perfect day.

Hymn 206. L. M. Ve are witnesses, and God also, howo holily and justly, and unblameably, we behaved ourselves among you that believe

1 Thess.ji. 10. O

MAY our lips and lives express,

The holy gospel we profess:
O may our works and virtue shine,

To prove the doctrine all divive.
2 Thus shall we best proclaim abroad,

The honours of our Saviour, God;
When this salvation reigns withing
And grace subtlưes the power of sin.


3 Our flesh and sense must be denied;

Passion and envy, lust and pride!
Wbile justice, temp'rance, truth, and loves

Our inward piety approve.
4 Religion bears our spirits up,

While we expect that blessed hope,
The bright appearance of the Lord,
And faith stands leaning on bis word.

Hymn 207. C. M.
That at the name of Jesus, every knee should

bow, of things in heaven, and things in earthy and things under the earth. Phil. ii. 10.

1 Jesus, the name high over all,


In , or , or
Angels and men before it fall,

And devils fear and fly.
2 Jesus, the nanie to sinners deat,

The name to sinners given!
It scatters all their guilty fear;

It turns their hell to heaven.
3 Othat the world might taste and see

The riches of his grace!
The arms of love that compass me,

Would all mankind embrace.
4 0 that my Jesu's heavenly charms

Migbt every bosom move! Fly, sinvers, fly into those arms

of everlasting love. 5 His only righteousness I show,

His loving truth proclaim;

'Tis all my business here below,

To cry, “ Rehold the Lamb !"
O Happy, if with my latest breath,

I'may but gasp his name!
Preach him to all, and cry in death,

Behold! behold the Lamb!

Hyınn 208. C. M. ,

Then is the offence of the cross ceased. Gal. .11.


My Saviour and my King, Triumphantly thy name I bless,

Thy conqu’ring name I sing.
2 Thou, Lord, hast magnified thy name,

Thou hast maintain'd thy cause,
And I enjoy the glorious shame,

The scandal of thy cross.
3 Thou gavest me to speak thy word

In the appointed hour;
I have proclaim'd my dying Lord,

And felt thy Sptrit's power. 4 Superior to my foes I stood,

Above their smile or frown,
Op all the strangers to thy blood

With pitying love look down. 5 O let me have thy presence still,

Set as a flint my face,
To show the counsel of thy will,

Which saves a world by grace:

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