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2 O grant that nothing in my soul
May dwell but thy pure love alono !
My ev'ry act, word, thought, be love. ! 3 O love, how cheering is thy ray!
All pain before thy presence flies ; Care, anguish, sorrow, melt away,
Where'er thy healing beams arise : o Jeru, nothing may I see, . Nothing defire or seek but thee! 4. Unweary'd may I this pursue,
Dauntless to the high prize aspire :
This holy Aame, this heav'nly fire;
To guard this sacred treasure there. so that I, as a little child,
May follow thee, and never rest,
And lowly mind into my breast !
Till I become one sp/it with thee. 6 Still let thy love point out my way:
How wond'rous things thy love hath wrought;
Direct my word, inspire my thought :
In weakness be thy love my pow'r;
Jesu, in that important hour,
::: 'HYMN CVIII. '' 1 Holt, and true, and rigbteous Lord,"";
I wait to prove thy perfect will; ; Be mindful of thy gracious word,
And stamp me with thy Spirit's Teal... 2 Open my faith's interior eye :
i, " Display thy glory from above; And all I am shall link and die,
Lost in astonilhment and love! 3 Confound, o'erpow'r me by thy grace
I would be by myself abhorrd : All might, all majeây, all praise,
All glory be to Christ my Lord ! 4 Now let me gain perfe&tion's height:"
Now let me into nothing fall, - ' As less then nothing in thy fight, boost And feel that Christ is all in all!' 'oa
- HYMN CIX, ., :: i Savour of the fin-fick foul, ** Give me faith to make me whole; Finith thy great work of grace!
Cut it short in righteousness. 2 Speak the second time, “Be clean!” .
Take away my inbred fin';':',!
Cait it out by perfect love. 3 Nothing less will I require. . .'*'
Nothing more can I defire: ' "IS None hut Christ to me be giv'n! *.711.17
None búr Christ in earth or heav'n.
Let me into nothing fall!
I LORD, I believe a reft remains. I
To all thy people knowing ::
And thou art lor'd alone.' 2 A reft, where all our foul's defire "T:
Is fixt on things above
Cast out by perfeet love. .. 30 that I'now the rest' might know,
Believe, and enter in ! i ri
And let me cease from fin. is
* To me the rett of faith impart, ie so goo (1)
The fabbath of thy loye, "rI 5 I would be thine, thou know'st I would,
And have thee all my own :. ." Thee, O my all-fufficient good ! !!
I want, and thee alone. 6 Thy name to me, thy nature grant! !
This, only this, be giv'n ;
Nothing in earth or heav'n.
Into my soul descend ; ;
My author, änd my end. 8 Come, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, :p
And seal me thine abode;
Let all be lont in God! oni
HYMN CXI. .
I shall be holy here.
To me reach'd ou I view;
And wear it as my due. 3. The promis'd land from Pisgah's top .*
I now exult to fee;
He shakes his future home :
Into thy temple come!
But this cannot suffice,
A constant paradise.
But make it all a pool :
Spring up within my soul
Fill all this mighty, void :
Come, O my God, my God!
Large as infinity!
All, all that is in thec!
Jesu hath dy'd that I might live,
Might live to God alone; In him eternal life receive, | And te in Spirit one. 2 Saviour, I thank thee for the grace, 's
The gift unspeakable ; And wait with arms of faith t'embracey
And all thy love to feel. 3 My soul breaks our in strong desire,
The perfect bliss to prove;
To be diffolv'd in love.
From ev'ry with set free;
But give thyself to me.
Unless thyself be giv’n :
And where thou art 'tis heav'n1
* I nou great mysterious God unknown, Whose love hath gently led me on,
Ev'n from my infant days, Mine inmoft foul expose to view, And tell me if I fever knew .
Thgjustifying grace. & If I have only known thy fear, And follow'd with an heart fincere,
Thy drawings from above;