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5 I'll lift my hands, I'll raise my voice,
While I have breath to pray or praise ; This work Mall make my heart rejoice, And spend the remnant of my days.
HYMN LXXXIX. . . THOU, to whore all-Searching sight. The darkness thineth as the light, Search, prove my heart, it pants for thee
O burit these bonds, and set it free! & Wash out its stains, refine its drofs,
Nail my affections to the cross!
Be clean, as thou, my Lord, art clean. 3 If in this darkfome wild | stray,
Be thou my light, be thou my way;
No fraud, while thou, my God, art near. 4 When rising floods my foot o'erflow, When finks my heart in waves of woe, : Jesu, thy timely aid impart,
And raise my head, and cheer my heart, & Saviour, where'er thy steps I see, Dauntless, uncir'd I follow thee! *** O let thy hand fupport me ftill, "17
And lead me to thy holy hill voda 6 If rough and thoroy be the way, to My ftrength proportion to my day . Till toil, and grief, and pain shall ceafe, i Where all is calm, and joy, and peace,
Accept the tribute which we bringsvis
-2 Let every act of worship be
Like our tfpousals, Lord, to thee:
We first receiv'a thy pledge of love i 3 The gladness of that happy day,
O may it ever, ever stay!
Nor hope decline, nor love grow cold! 4. Each following minute' as it flies
Increase thy praise, improve our joys, :*
HYMN XCI. :
Choti , I Ciome, Lord, from above,
The mountains remove, Overturn all that hinderš the course of thy love : ve
My bosom inspire,, ins?
Inkindle the fire, And wrap my whole foul in the fames of desire. 2 I languish and pine ,
For the comfort divine, i
I have chofe the good part,
My portion thou art, O love, I have found thee, O God, in my heart, - 3 For this my heart fighs,
Nothing else can suffice; How, Lord, can I purchase the pearl of great price?
It cannot be bought,
And thou know'ft I have nought, Not an action, a word, or a truly good thought.
But I hear a voice say,
Without money ye may
Who on Jesus relies,
putu The pearl of forgiveness and holiness buys.
The blefing is free,
So, Lord, let it bei
I freely receive
What thou freely dost give, , And consent in thy love, in thy Eden to lives 6 The gift i embrace, "isi...
The giver I praise,' e '". And ascribe my salvation to Jerus's-geace; !
It came from above,
The foretafe I prove, I And I soon shall receive all the fulness of love.
S tinson .. ) HYMN xcư.
AND can I yet delay'n
For Jefus to receive ?
I can hold out no more;
And own thee conqueror!
My friends, my All relign; .; Gracious Redeemer, take, O take, wa t
And seal me ever thine ! , !
Come, and poffefs mę whole, in or' Nor hence again remove: ati Settle, and fix my wav'ring foul,
With all thy weight of love.
My one desire be this,
Thy only love to know
No other good below. ;
Thou all sufficient art,
Enter, and keep my heart!. .
HYMN XCIII.4 l.
Il nou Shepkerd of Israel, and mine,
The joy and desire of my heart,
Í long to reside where thou art;":
Where all who their Shepherd obey,
Are screen'd from the heat of the day.. 2 Ah! shew me that happient place,
The place of thy people's abode,"
And hang on a crucify'd God: "
Thy passion and death on the tree;-
To suffer and triumph with thee. 3 'Tis there with the lambs of thy flock,
There only I covet to rest,
Or rise to be hid in thy breast;
And never a moment depart ;
Eternally held in thy heart. 2
, HYMN Xciv.
Thy feeble.creature's cry;
And set me up on high;
My struggling soul' release;
And to thy perfect peace.
I make my only plea;
Are botlı deriv'd from thee.
From thee, their fountain, Aow }
The joy of angels know. 3. Come then, impute, impart
To me thy righteousness, A, And let me taste how good thou art,
How full of truth and grace :
Grant me to testify,
And in that faith to die.
.,'HYMN XCV. Being of Beings, God of Love;
To thee our hearts we raise : ..
And gladly fing thy praise, ..
Our facrifice receive: " .
To Thee ourselves we give: