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All things wise and won - der - ful, The LORD God made them

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2. The rich man in his castle,

The poor man at his gate, God made them high or lowly, And ordered their estate.

All things bright, etc.

4. The cold wind in the winter,

The pleasant summer sun,
The ripe fruits in the garden,
He made them every one.

All things bright, etc.

3. The purple-headed mountain,

The river running by,
The sunset and the morning,
That brightens up the sky.

All things bright, etc.

5. The tall trees in the greenwood,

The meadows where we play,
The rushes by the water
We gather every day.

All things bright, etc.

6. He gave us eyes to see them,

And lips that we might tell
How great is GOD Almighty,
Who hath made all things well.

All things bright, etc. Amen.

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(Alternative Tunes Nos. 174, 193, 237.] Do no sinful action,

But ye must not hear him, V Speak no angry word,

Though 'tis hard for you
Ye belong to JESUS,

To resist the evil,
Children of the LORD.

And the good to do.

Christ is kind and gentle,

CHRIST is pure and true, And His little children

Must be holy too.

For ye promised truly

In your infant days,
To renounce him wholly,

And forsake his ways.

There's a wicked spirit

Watching round you still, And he tries to tempt you

To all harm and ill.

Ye are new-born Christians,

Ye must learn to fight
With the bad within you,

And to do the right.

Christ is your own Master,

He is good and true,
And His little children

Must be holy too. Amen.

227 “ ON THE GOODS THAT ARE NOT THINE.” 7.8.7.8.

G. COPLAND.

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ON the goods that are not thine,

Little Christian, lay no finger ; Round thy neighbour's better things

Let no wistful glances linger.

Taste not the forbidden fruit,

Though resistance be a trial ;
Grasping hand and roving eye,

Early teach them self-denial.

Pilfer not the smallest thing,

Touch it not, howe'er thou need it, Though the owner have enough,

Though he know it not, or heed it. I

Upright heart and honest name

To the poorest are a treasure,
Better than ill-gotten wealth,

Better far than pomp or pleasure.

Poor and needy though thou art,

Gladly take what God has given,
With clean hand and humble heart,

Passing through the world to Heaven. Amen.

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| EANING on Thee, my Guide, my Friend, Leaning on Thee, 'midst torturing pain,
L My Gracious Saviour, I am blest, With patience Thou my soul dost fill,
Though weary, Thou dost condescend Thou whisperest, “What did I sustain ?”
To be my rest.

Then I am still.

Leaning on Thee with childlike faith,

To Thee the future I confide, Each step of life's untrodden path

Thy love shall guide.

Leaning on Thee, though faint and weak,

Too weak another voice to hear, Thy heavenly accents comfort speak,

“Be of good cheer.”

Leaning on Thee I breathe no moan,

Though faint with languor, parched with Thy will has now become my own, [heat,

That will is sweet.

Leaning on Thee no fear alarms,

Calmly I stand on death's dark brink, I feel the Everlasting Arms,

I cannot sink. Amen.

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