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HYMN 115. S. M.
1 From thee, our bounteous God,
We every good receive;
Thou giv'st us clothing, friends, and food, And by thy grace we live.
2 Thy pitying eye beheld
How we in darkness lay;
From thee this institution came,
3 0 let us greatly prize
These kind instructions given; For now we read thy holy book, That guides our feet to heaven.
4 O may thy Spirit bless
This learning to our good, And may our benefactors find The favour of their God.
5 May we and they, at last,
And when the toils of life are past,
1 0! Ka ni ya a ge
Wa ge nonh wak ta nih ! Onh ka onh te ak heh ro ri, 'Gwe gon a gat ro ri.
2 A gya ner ra ton kats ?
3 'The non ne wa het kenh
4 Ye sus O tak ro ri!
Na ho ten wa gen hihs;
5 A don hets jen te ri,
Skwa ta go a gwa wenhk;
6 'Nen te wa geh tah kon, Sea ni ten reht se ra,
Ji ni yoht ji t'wa geh tah kon,
E tho na ya wea ne.
HYMN 116. S. M.
1 Ah, whither should I go,
Burdened, and sick, and faint?
To whom should I my troubles show, And pour out my complaint?
My Saviour bids me come,
Ah, why do I delay ?
He calls the weary sinner home,
2 What is it keeps me back
From which I cannot part? Which will not let the Saviour take Possession of my heart?
Some cursed thing unknown
Must surely lurk within ;
Some idol which I will not own,
Some secret bosom sin.
3 Jesus, the hindrance show,
And let me now consent to know
7 I ih ne non ka deh,
Ji yah te ga thon dats;
1 Tka yenh tah kwa te weh tah kon,
Wa hi ne Ro ya ner roh son,
2 I se geh non ga on gwe ri,
3 I gen 'on ta ya gweh tah kwe,
4 Ra on ha ne sah sea na gon,
5 Ji ni gon yah te ye yo genht, Ne gen thoh ji yonh wen ja de, O rih wi yo on we na ah,
Ka ronh ya gon tyo yenh tah kon.
4 I now believe in thee
Compassion reigns alone;
According to my faith, to me,
O Lord, let it be done.
In me is all the bar,
Which thou wouldst fain remove;
Remove it, and I shall declare
That God is only love.
HYMN 117. L. M.
1 Author of faith, eternal Word,
Whose Spirit breathes the active flame, Faith, like its finisher and Lord, To-day, as yesterday, the same :
2 To thee our humble hearts aspire, And ask the gift unspeakable; Increase in us the kindled fire,
In us the work of faith fulfil.
3 By faith we know thee strong to saveSave us, a present Saviour thouWhate'er we hope, by faith we have, Future and past subsisting now.
4 To him that in thy name believes, Eternal life with thee is given; Into himself he all receives,
Pardon, and holiness, and heaven.
5 The things unknown to feeble sense,