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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!
Hallow each thought; let all within

Be clean, as thou, my Lord, art clean. 3 If in this darkfome wild | stray,

Be thou my light, be thou my way;
No foes, no violence I fear,

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,

HYMNXC. 11:24
I JESU, thou everlasting King, vays:

Accept the tribute which we bringsvis
Accept thy well-defery'd renown,.471
And wear our praises as thy crowne ::

-2 Let every act of worship be

Like our tfpousals, Lord, to thee:
Like the blest hour when from above

We first receiv'a thy pledge of love i 3 The gladness of that happy day,

O may it ever, ever stay!
Nor let our faith forsake its hold, .

Nor hope decline, nor love grow cold! 4. Each following minute' as it flies

Increase thy praise, improve our joys, :*
Till we are rais'd to fing thy name
At the great fuppen of the Lamb.: 1in.!

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
O when shall I say, my Beloved is mine ! ;.

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
Receive it, whoever have nothing to pay,

Who on Jesus relies,
Without money or price,

putu The pearl of forgiveness and holiness buys.

The blefing is free,

So, Lord, let it bei
I yield that thy love should be given to me.

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.

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AND can I yet delay'n
My little All to give?
To tear my soul from earth away,

For Jefus to receive ?
Nay, but I yield, I yield!

I can hold out no more;
I fink, by dying love compellid,

And own thee conqueror!
Though late I all forsake,

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.

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My one desire be this,

Thy only love to know
To seek and taste no other bliss, as

No other good below. ;
My life, my portion, thou, is .

Thou all sufficient art,
My hope,, my heav'nly treasure, now

Enter, and keep my heart!. .

HYMN XCIII.4 l.

Il nou Shepkerd of Israel, and mine,

The joy and desire of my heart,
For closer communion I pine,

Í long to reside where thou art;":
The pasture I languish to find,

Where all who their Shepherd obey,
Are fed, on thy borom 're clin'd, T

Are screen'd from the heat of the day.. 2 Ah! shew me that happient place,

The place of thy people's abode,"
Where faints in an echtafy gaze, ,

And hang on a crucify'd God: "
Thy love for a finner declare,

Thy passion and death on the tree;-
My spirit to Calvary bear,

To suffer and triumph with thee. 3 'Tis there with the lambs of thy flock,

There only I covet to rest,
To lie at the foot of the rock, "

Or rise to be hid in thy breast;
'Tis there I would always abide, .

And never a moment depart ;
Conceal'd in the cleft of thy fide,

Eternally held in thy heart. 2

, HYMN Xciv.
Jesug, my Lord, attend

Thy feeble.creature's cry;
And new thyrelf the finner's friend;

And set me up on high;
From hell's oppreffive pow'r

My struggling soul' release;
And to thy Father's grace restore,

And to thy perfect peace.
Thy blood and righteousness

I make my only plea;
My present and eternal peace

Are botlı deriv'd from thee.
Rivers of life divine

From thee, their fountain, Aow }
And all who know that love of thine,

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 :
That thou canst here forgive,

Grant me to testify,
And justified by faith to live

And in that faith to die.

.,'HYMN XCV. Being of Beings, God of Love;

To thee our hearts we raise : ..
Thy all-fustaining power we proves

And gladly fing thy praise, ..
Ź Thine, wholly thine, we pant to be,

Our facrifice receive: " .
Made, and preserv'd, and fav'd by Thce,

To Thee ourselves we give:

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