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Thou our sacrifice receive,
: While to thee alone we live," **
While we die to thee alone.. in 2 Meet it is, and just, and right;
That we Tould be wholly thine;
Im-thy breffed service join :
Might proclaim how good thou art :.: - Holiness unto the Lord
Still be wrote upon our heart! .
* HYMN LXXXVI.";
His sov'reign right affert; .. .;
And ev'ry loving heart. ib.
Who bought us with a price!
Fulfil our hearts' desire !
And ia thy cause expire. -
With joy we render thee
H.Y.MN LXXXIV, 1 : .: Behold the servant of the Lord ! '',
I wait thy guiding eye to feel,
Joyful from my own works to ceasę,
Meanest of all thy creatures, me,
Let all my fruit be found of thee :
By thee to full perfection brought. 3 My every 'weak, though good defign,
O'er.rule, or change, as seems thee meet; Jesu, let all my work be thine!
Thy work, O Lord, is all complete, And pleasing in thy Father's fight;
Thou only haft done all things right. 4 Here then to thee thy own I leave,
Mould as thou wilt thy paffive clay ;
But let me all thy words obey,
. HYMN LXXXV.
One in Three, and Three in One,
Let thy will on earth be done :
Glorious Lord of earth and heav'n. : 2 If so poor a worm as I
May to thy great glory live,
AU my words and thoughts receive :
3 Take my soul and body's pow'rs ;. .
Take my mem'ry, mind, and will;
All I know, and all I feelin
Take my heart; but make it new! 4. Now, O God, thy own I am!
Now I give thee back thy own; Freedom, friends, and health, and fame,
Confecrate to thee alone;
One in Three, and Three in One. $ As by the celestial hoft, * not
Let thy will on earth be done un
My fure, unerring tight, com
Which thou wilt gyide aright. 2 My wisdom and my guide, vad
My counsellor thou art : -
Or from thy paths depart, 3 I lift my eyes to thee !
Thou gracious' bleeding Lamb, That I may now enlightend be ..
. And never put to mame. Never will I remove *
& Out of thy hands my cause, But rest in thy redeeming love,
And hang upon thy cross.",
Never will I removed wees
Ś Teach me the happy art
In all things to depend:. On thee; O'never, Lord, depart,
. But love me to the end. . ! 6 Still ftir me up to Nrive
With thee in strength divine; And ev'ry moment, Lord, revive
This fainting foul of mine.' 7 Perlift to save my soul, “!!!
Throughout the fi'ry hour,
And Thew forth all thy pow're .... 8 Through fire and water bring
: Into the wealthy place; 1. And teach me the new song to fing
When perfected in grace!.. 9 O make me all like thee,
. Before I hence remove : Settle, confirm, and stablith me,
And build me up in love. - -: 20 Let me thy witness live,
When In' is all destroy'd; 1.3 And then my spotless Soul receivė,
And take me home to God. :
And wait thy will to prove,
Thy only ftamp of love!
I know that it is thine: 1997
Which shall for eyer shine.
12 Thy gracious readiness' .
“To fave mankind affert ;
Thy nature on my heart ! "
Into my soul come down;
That I have Chrift put on.'
o fix in me thy home!
To all his bowels move : 57
That God is only love! iti
HYMN ĻXXXVIII. 1 GREAT God, indulge my humble claim;
Be thou my hope, my joy, my reft! :
Stand all engag'd to make me bleft. : 2 Thou great and good, chop just and wife,
Thou are my Father and my God! :
Thy Son, thy Servant, bought with blood 3 With heart, and eyes, and lifted hand's,
For thee I long, to thee I look ;
Pant for the cooling water-brook.
Yea, 'twould a tiresome burden prove,