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Thy saving strength, O Lord, restore, :,,.
And guard me that I fall no more.
His help and comfort ftill afford:
To plead the merits of thy Son.
And owns thy dreadful fentence just :'.
And save the foul condemn’d to die. Is 6 Then will I teach the world thy ways,
Sinners Thall learn thy sov’reign grace:
And they fhall praise a pard’ning God.: . 70 may thy love inspire my tongue, ',,1.
Salvation shall be all my song;
HYMN XXXIX. i .
Fearful soul, be Atrong, be bold,
Never, never quit thy hold;
Dare not set thy God a time,
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Wait che leisure of thy Lord; mez a
True and faithtol is his word ; sit.
(He cannot hinrelf deny)
3. Ev'ry one that seeks thall find :
Ev'ry one that alks shall have;
Willing, able all to save,
I in faith on fesus call,
Perfe&tly set free from all.
Weak and helpless as I am,
I believe in Jesu's name:
Thou haft say'd me heretofore,
Thou shalt save me evermore.
HYMN XL. 1 W HY should the children of a king :
Go mourning all their days?
The tokens of thy grace!
And seal the heirs of heav'n?
And Thew my sins forgiv'n?
In the Redeemer's blood;
That I am born of God.
The pledge of joys to come;
HYMN XLI. I M y drowsy pow'rs, why neep ye fo?
Awake, my sluggish foul! Nothing hath half thy work to do; !
Yet nothing's half so dull. 2 Go to the ants:--for one poor grain:
See how they toil and strive;
How negligent we live! 3 We, for whole sake all nature stands,
And stars their courses move, We, for whose guards the angel bands,"
Come Äying from above : * 4 We, for whom God the Son came down,
And labour'd for our good,
He purchas'd with his Blood !
And rever' a&t out parts ? Come, Holy Dove, from th' heav'nly hill,
And warm our frozen hearts. 6 Give us with active warmth to move,
With vig'rous fouls to rise, . With 'hands of faith, and wings of love,
To fly and take the prize."
Jesus doth his spirit bear,
Jesus ftill delights to keep. 2 O that I might so believe,
Stedfastly to Jesus cleave;
All his paradise of love.
Bring me back, and lead, and keep;
Ever in thy spirit live.
Perfect through my Lord below,
Who hast on me bestow'd
Come, and now reside in me,
Never, never to remove t abi Make me just, and good, like thee,
And full of pow'r and love.
A saint, a creature new ;
And pure, and happy too. •
That I should in thee be blest ;
For ever, ever reft. *****
Fulál my heart's desire; ..
And rise in raptures higher :
When with ravilh'd eyes I fee,
To all eternity !
Supremely great and good,
Through the atoning blood :
And to my pardon join
Thy gracious Spirit divine.
May 1 obedient prove,
Of lin against thy love :