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2 No man can truly say
That Jesus is the Lord,
Unless thou take the veil away,
And breathe the living word:
Then, only then we feel
Our int rest in his blood;
And cry, with joy unspeakable,-
Thou art my Lord, my God!
30 that the world might know
The all-atoning Lamb!
Spirit of faith, descend and show
The virtue of his Name:
The grace which all may find,
The saving power impart;
And testify to all mankind,
And speak in every heart.
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The comforts, gifts, and graces of the Spirit.
OD of all consolation,
Thy secret inspiration
Hath told it to my heart:
The blessing I inherit,
Through Jesus' prayer bestow'd,
The Comforter, the Spirit,
The true eternal God.
2 With God the Son and Saviour,
With God the Father one,
The tokens of his favour
Are now to man made known;
An ante-past of heaven
Thou dost in me reveal,
Attest my sins forgiven,
And my salvation seal.
3 The' indubitable witness
Of thy own Deity,
Thou giv'st my soul its fitness
Thy glorious face to see:
Thy comforts, gifts, and graces,
My largest thoughts transcend,
And challenge endless praises,
When faith in sight shall end.
The signature of divine love.
WHEN shall I hear the inward voice,
Pardon, and peace, and heavenly joys,
Attend the promised Comforter:
O come, and righteousness divine,
And Christ, and all with Christ, are mine.
2 O that the Comforter would come,
Nor visit as a transient guest;
But fix in me his constant home,
And keep possession of my breast;
And make my soul his loved abode,
The temple of indwelling God.
3 Come, Holy Ghost, my heart inspire;
Attest that I am born again;
Come, and baptize me now with fire,
Nor let thy former gifts be vain :
I cannot rest in sins forgiven;
Where is the earnest of my heaven?
4 Where the indubitable seal,
That ascertains the kingdom mine?
The powerful stamp I long to feel,-
The signature of love divine;
O shed it in my heart abroad,
Fulness of love, of heaven, of God!
The hope of our high calling.
W But in ward holiness?
HAT is our calling's glorious hope,
For this to Jesus I look
I calmly wait for this.
2 I wait till he shall touch me clean,-
Shall life and power impart;
Give me the faith that casts out sin,
And purifies the heart.
3 This is the dear redeeming grace,
For every sinner free;
Surely it shall on me take place,
The chief of sinners,-me.
4 From all iniquity, from all,
He shall my soul redeem;
In Jesus I believe, and shall
Believe myself to him.
6 Be it according to thy word; Redeem me from all sin;
5 When Jesus makes my heart his home,
My sin shall all depart ;-
And, lo! he saith, I quickly come,
To fill and rule thy heart.
My heart would now receive thee, Lord; Come in, my Lord, come in!
The will of God.
E wills that I should holy be:
That full divine conformity
To all my Saviour's righteous will.
2 See, Lord, the travail of thy soul
Accomplish'd in the change of mine;
And plunge me, every whit made whole,
In all the depths of love divine.
3 On thee, O God, my soul is stay'd,
And waits to prove thine utmost will;
The promise by thy mercy made,
Thou canst, thou wilt, in me fulfil. 4 No more I stagger at thy power,
Or doubt thy truth, which cannot move: Hasten the long-expected hour, And bless me with thy perfect love.
Thy will be done.
is thy will, I know,
Should let my sins this moment go,
This moment turn to thee.
2 O might I now embrace
Thine all-sufficient power,
And never more to sin give place,
And never grieve thee more.
The good pleasure of his will.
KNOW that my Redeemer lives,
And ever prays for me:
A token of his love he gives,-
A pledge of liberty.
2 I find him lifting up my head;
He brings salvation near;
His presence makes me free indeed,
And he will soon appear.
3 He wills that I should holy be!
What can withstand his will?
The counsel of his grace in me
He surely shall fulfil.
4 Jesus, I hang upon thy word;
I steadfastly believe
Thou wilt return, and claim me, Lord,
And to thyself receive.
5 When God is mine, and I am his,
Of paradise possess'd,
I taste unutterable bliss,
And everlasting rest.
The believer's rest.
ORD, I believe a rest remains
A rest where pure enjoyment reigns,
And thou art loved alone:
2 A rest where all our soul's desire
Is fix'd on things above;
Where fear, and sin, and grief expire,
Cast out by perfect love.
3 0 that I now the rest might know, Believe, and enter in :
Now, Saviour, now the power bestow,
And let me cease from sin.
4 Remove this hardness from my heart; This unbelief remove:
To me the rest of faith impart,—
The Sabbath of thy love.
He saves his people from their sins.
(AVIOUR from sin, I wait to prove
That Jesus is thy healing name;
To lose, when perfected in love,
Whate'er I have, or can, or am: I stay me on thy faithful word,The servant shall be as his Lord.