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403 C. M.
And never bring to mind
And bade us pardon find?
Thy fasting and thy prayer;
To save us from despair? 3 Gethsemane can we forget,
Thy struggling agony;
And none to watch with thee?
On thee alone, on thee:
Thine all the glory be!
Our kindred cease to love;
Our constancy shall prove.
404 C. M.
His lips with grace o'erflow. ; 2 No mortal can with him compare, si
Among the sons of men;
Who fill the heavenly train.
3 He saw us plunged in deep distress, ko • And flew to our relief; For us he bore the shameful cross,
And carried all our grief. '.
And all the joys we have;
And saves us from the grave, vt 5 To heaven, the place of his abode, :
He brings our weary feet,
And makes our joys complete. To 6 Since from his bounty we receive a
Such proofs of love divine,
405 88 & 7s.
TESUS, Lord of life and glory! : J Friend of sinners, hear our lays; o Humbly would our souls adore thee,
Sing thy name in hymns of praise. 2 O what debtors to thy kindness
Are we, God of boundless love! i
Strangers to the light above. 3 Jesus, on thine arm relying,
We would tread this earthly vale; i. Be our life when we are dying; Be our strength when strength shall
4 Let us mount the hills of glory,
Far from sins, and woes, and pains;
5s & 6s. OUR Saviour alone,
V The Lord let us bless, Who reigns on his throne, The Prince of our peace; Who evermore saves us,
By shedding his blood: , All hail, holy Jesus,
Our Lord and our God! 2 We thankfully sing
Thy glory and praise,
To men we will tell;
Redeemed us from hell.
Till each of us see,
Completed in thee!
So full, so sweet, so free!
Our thoughts are all confounded, to
Whene'er we think on thee:
For us to bleed and die;
We might ascend on high. 2 0! let this love constrain us
To give our hearts to thee; Let nothing henceforth pain us,
But that which paineth thee.
Through suffering, conflict, shame,
And magnify thy name.
Behold our heart and see;
That dares to rival thee.
To our attentive ear?
Our Saviour's voice to hear?
We would disdain to feed ?
We fear thy cause to plead ? 4 Would not our heart pour forth its blood
In honour of thy name?
To damp the immortal flame?
5 Thou knowest that we love thee, Lord;
But O! we long to soar
And learn to love thee more. 409 ' C. M.
TEACH us get more of thy blest ways,
So dearly bought with blood. 2 O tell us often of each wound,
Of every grief and pain;
From hence comes all our gain. 3 For this, O may we freely count
Whate'er we have but loss;
Compared with thee, but dross. 4 Engrave this deeply on our hearts
With an eternal pen;
Return thy love again,,,
410 S. M.
THE wonders of that love 1 No earthly tongue can tell, Which brought our Saviour from above
To ransom us from hell.. 2 For us he wept and bled, . : :
And suffered all his pain;
And rose to life again.