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Into thy Temple, Lord, we come,
To hear what thou shalt fay;
Left we faint by the Way.
And join with one Accord,
To love and praise the Lord.
Remove whate'er our Souls may part
From thee, and thy dear Son ;
And melt us into one. 31
Resemble Heav'n above, P
HY MN CLXXIV.
LORD, how awful is the Place,
Where thou art pleas'd to fhew thy Face, And manifest thy Love: How we rejoice when thou art near, Qur folemn Meetings then appear A type of Heaven above..
D YING Friend of Sinners hear us,
Humbly, at thy Cross we lie,
By thy meritorious Dying,
THE Voice of my beloved sounds,
| While o'er the mountain tops he bounds He flies exulting o'er the Hills, And all my Soul with tranfport fills, Gently doth he chide my Stay, Rife, my Love, and come away. The scatterd Clouds are Aed at last, The Rain is gone, the Winter's past, The lovely vernal Flow'rs appear, The feather'd Quires invite our Ears : Now with sweetly penfive Moan, Coes the Turtle-Dove alone.
The Voice of my beloved sounds,
Prayer for Salvation.
TESU S, shew us thy Salvation,
In thy Strength we strive with thee,
JESU, full of pard'ning Grace,
More full of Grace, than I of Sin,, Yet once again I seek thy Face, Open thine Arms, and take me in, rii, And freely my Backdidings heal, And love the faithless Sinner ftill. ' 37.?. Thou know'st the Way to bring me back, My fallen Spirit to restore, O, for thy Truth and Mercy sake, Forgive, and bid me Sin no more; The ruins of my Soul repair, And make my Heart an House of Pray'r. Ah ! give me, Lord, the tender Heart, That trembles at th’approach of Sin, A godly Fear of Sin impart, Implant, and root it deep within, That I may dread thy gracious Pow'r, And never dare offend thee more.
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