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5 As surely as he overcame,
223. 7's. Allered.
Gratitude for Converting Grace.
Saviour, art thou pacified?
2 Let me sink beneath the dust,
4 Keep my feeble, trembling heart;
224. C. M. Relief Hymns. The Lord's Call to his Children. ET us adore the grace that seeks
Attend, 'tis God the Saviour speaks,
2 "Come forth," he says, "no more pursue
3 Lord, speak these words to every heart, By thy almighty voice;
That we may all from sin depart,
225. C. M. Relief Hymns. The Weary and Heavy-laden Invited. HOME unto me, all ye who groan, With guilt and fear opprest; Resign to ine the willing heart, And I will give you rest.
2 Take up my yoke, and learn of me
3 For, light and gentle is my yoke; The burden I impose
Shall ease the heart which groan'd before Beneath a load of woes..
226. P. M. Altered.
God Invoked.-Sinners Invited,
NOME, Lord, from above,
The mountains remove; Overturn all that hinders The course of thy love.
2 My bosom inspire, Enkindle the fire,
And wrap my whole soul In the flames of desire.
3 Where sin did abound,How blissful the sound!
There grace and salvation Much more shall abound.
4 O sinners, believe,
227. C. M.
At the Opening of Public Worship.
The power to preach thy word!
2 Disclose the suffering Son of God
3 Saviour of men! thy love extends
4 Work in us both to will and do, And all our feelings sway;
That we may work, with trembling too
5 Lift up our souls above the earth
228. S. M. Wesley's Coll.
CHARGE to keep I have,
2 To serve the present age,
O may t all my powers engage,
3 Arm me with jealous care,
229. C. M. Wesley's Coll.
ALMIGHTY Saviour! Son of God,
Thy blessing we implore; Open the door to preach thy word, The great effectual door.
2 Gather the outcasts in, and save
3 Lover of souls! thou knowest to prize
4 Appear, as when of old confest
5 The hardness from our hearts remove, Thou, who for sinners died;
Show them the tokens of thy love,
6 Ready thou art the blood t' apply,
230. L. M. Newton. Behold the Lamb of God!
NOME, sinners, view the Lamb of God, and bath'd in blood
Behol his side, and venture near,
2 Here I forget my cares and pains;
231. C. M.
ESUS, the name to sinners dear,
2 Jesus the prisoner's fetters breaks,
30 that the world might taste and see
4 His only righteousness I know,
5 Happy, if with my latest breath
232. C. M. Wesley's Coll. The Desire.
THAT I could my Lord receive,
20 that I could the blessing prove,