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5 Scatter the latt remains of fin,
And real me thine abode;
A temple built by God.
Who in thee begin to live,
As thou art, lo let us be!
Sce, I pant in thee to rest !
Cleanse me now from ev'ry line 3 Fix, o fix my way'ring mind;
To thy cross my spirit bind;
Swallow up our souls in love,
Full of guilt and misery ;
Take the purchase of thy blood! 5 Who in heart on thee believes,
He th' atonement now receives :
Leading to eternal day!
All our soul's athirst for thee;
8 Boundless wisdom, pow'r divine, ;
Love unspeakable are thine !
To me thy succoor bring ;
Help for all on thee is laid;
o look with pity down;
Captive lead captivity:
I pant to feel thy fway,
And only thee e obey :
This my one, my ceaseless pray'r,
Triumph and reign in me,
And spread thy victory :
Pride, and wrath, and ev'ry foe,
Thy ev'ry promise true;
Till I my strength renew.
2 If in this feeble Aesh I may
Awhile shew forth thy praise,
And lengthen out my days. ''
The common Saviour's name; Let him who rais'd thee from the dead
Quicken my mortal frame.
Which purges ev'ry ftain;
A few more years in pain.
Till I thy love, retrieve ;.
And perfect foundness give.
Now, Lord, my soul restore ; .
And I shall fio no more. .
i Love divine, all loves excelling, : Joy of heav'n to earth come down ;
Fix in us thy humble dwelling,
All thy faithful mercies crown ;
Pure unbounded love thou art;
Enter ev'ry trembling heart.
Into ev'ry troubled breast;
Lesus' find that fecond rent:
Take away our pow'r of finning
Alpha and Oinęga be;. End of faith, as its beginning,
Set our hearts at liberty. 3 Gome, almighty to deliver, ,
Let us all thy life receive,
Never more thy temples leave :
Serve thee as thy hosts above,
Glory in thy perfect love.. 4 Finish then thy new creation,
Pure and spotless let us be Let us see thy great salvation
Perfectly restor'd in thee,
Till in heaven we take our place,
Ý Ý Mỹ LẮxx.. i UiThat my load of fin wert gone! .
Ó that I could at last submit At Jesu's feet to lay it down!
To lay my soul at Jesu's feet! 2 Reft for my soul I long to find :
Saviour of all, if mint thou art,
And Itamp chine image on my heart.
And fully set my spirit free;
Til I am wholly lost in thee.
4 Fain would I learn of thee, my God,
Thy light and easy burden prove;
The labour of thy dying love.** 5 I would; but thou must give the pow'r,
My heart from ev'ry fio release;. . Bring near, bring near the joyful hour,
And fill me with thy perfect peace. 6 Come, Lord, the drooping finner cheer,
Nor let thy chariot-wheels delay!" Appear, in my poor heart appear! "? My God, my Saviour, come away!
Love divine, thyself impart!
Shine in ev ry drooping heart!
Scatter all our guilty gloom !
To thy human temples come.
Bring thy heav'nly kingdom in l.
Rooting out the seeds of fin : ;;
We will cover nothing less i
HYMN LXXXII... i God of all-redeeming grace,
Up to thee, our bodies yield: