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With a tender awe inspire,
The saint spark of good desire
SINCE Jesus loves to hear his praise
2 Too soon we ne'er can serve the Lord, Nor love his name too dear;
Nor prize too much his precious word,
3 To us, O Lord, thy grace impart,
The tribute of a faithful heart,
CoMMON. 94. TAYLOR,
WHEN daily I kneel down to pray,
2 Yet foolish thoughts my heart beguile; And when I pray or sing,
I'm often thinking all the while
3 O let me never, never dare
Or think that God will hear a prayer
4 But if I make his ways my choice, As holy children do,
Then, while I seek him with my voice, My heart will love him too.
Long 95. WESLEY.
LMIGHTY God, to thee I cry, Assist a child's infirmity: Nor let me with my lips draw nigh, While my heart wanders far from thee
2 Ah! never let me speak a word
Or lie to thee, thou glorious Lord,
3 With what submissive lowliness
How can I hope by words to please,
And Jesus teaches me to pray,
COMMON. 96. TAYLOR.
LORD, teach a sinful child to pray,
2 Teach me to do the thing that’s right, And when I sin, forgive;
And make it still my chief delight
3 Whatever trouble I am in,
But keep me more than all from sin,
4 And may I seek until I find,
That humble, meek, and lowly mind,
Six LINEs EIGHTs. 97. WESLEy.
JESUS. thou sovereign Lord of all,
2 We cannot think a gracious thought,
3 Come in thy pieading Spirit down
COMMON. 98. BARTON.
ATHER of all, who dwell'st above,
2 Thy kingdom come, thy will, alone,
As spirits round thy glorious throne
3 Give us this day our daily bread;
But that whereon the soul is fed,
4 Forgive our trespasses, as we In pard'ning love abide ;
Since none forgiveness gain from thee Who pardon have denied.
b And lead us from temptation far, From evil, Lord! restore;
For thine the power, the kingdom are, The glory evermore.
SHORT. 99. MonTGOMERY The same.
OUR heavenly Father, hear
2 Our daily bread supply,