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Christian Experience, Religious Decline and Revival, and Missions. - It may be added that this collection, though small, (it being only a part of one much larger, formed on the same principles,) has been drawn from the lyric wealth of the Church in all lands and ages. Wherever the fine gold and precious gems could be found, they have been taken and used in this service of the Lord. The strains of David and Isaiah mingle here with those of Bernard, Ambrose, and Luther; and these again with those of Watts, Cowper, Wesley, and others still, almost their equals. Hebrew Prophets, saintly Fathers, and the princes of modern sacred song, unite here in the hymnings of faith and hope, and the adoration of love, “Unto Him that sitteth upon the throne and unto the Lamb!" ali bit Esote tu
Gathered from such sources, and formed on such principles, the book is now reverently presented to the people of God, in the earnest hope that it may contribute to a more direct and a purer worship in their sweet and holy service of song.
INDEX OF SUBJECTS.
HYMN Invocation, . ' '.
1 to 25 General Praise,
26 50 The Sabbath,' .
51 69 The Sanctuary,' .
70 « 84 The Scriptures . .
85 56 98 God and his Attributes,
99 « 123 Being and Power, . .
99 1 102 Infinity, . . .
103 - 105 Eternity,
106 « 108 Omnipresence and Omniscience, 109 * 111 Universal Government, . 112 « 115 Moral Perfections,
116 " 123 The Trinity . .
124 146 Jesus Christ, · ·
147 “ 228 Deity,
147 " 150 Incarnation, .
6 157 Life and Example, .
158 « 162 Names and Offices, .
66 180 Sufferings and Death,
195 Resurrection, .
200 Ascension, . . .
" 204 Intercession,
205 16 211 Dominion and Glory,
" 228 The Holy Spirit, .
229 « 262 The Family, . .
263“ 285 The Church, . . 286 " 303 The Ministry; . .
304 * 314 The Sacraments, . .
339 Baptism, . ,
315 323 The Lord's Supper, .
Man by Nature, . . 340 to 345 Salvation by Grace, . . 346 " 373 Praise for Salvation, ..
374 • 386 Love and Gratitude to the Saviour, 387 “ 416 Christian Character, Desires and Fellowship, .
417 ~ 436 Penitence and supplication, . 437 < 464 Conflicts and Trials,
465 € 486 Spiritual Decline and Revival, 487 ( 513 Missions, . . . 514 « 541 Public Thanksgivings, . . 542 « 549 Public Fasts, . ..
550 - 555
. The Year, .
556 " 566 Human Frailty and Death,' . 567 " 587 Resurrection and Judgment, . 588 " 605 Heaven,
606 < 630 Close of Worship, . . 631 644
Hymn 54-3d verse, 3d line, read to instead of we. do. 57–6th verse, 2d line, read best instead of rest. do. 59--4th verse, 3d line, read blest instead of best. do. 70-3d verse, 6th line, read shalt instead of shall. do. 83–1st verse, 2d line, read soul instead of souls. do. 170-read C. H. M. instead of C. P. M. do. 170-3d verse, 6th line, read shalt instead of shall. do. 173_3d verse, 6th line, read are instead of art. do. 184-5th verse, 4th line, read soul instead of souls. do. 195-st verse, 3d line, read drops instead of drop. do. 233-lst ver., 3d iine, read servants instead of servant, do. 234-2d verse, 3d line, read wander instead of wonder. do. 372-st verse, 1st line, strike out we. do. 419-20 verse, Ist line, read may instead of do. do. 436-read S. M. instead of C. M. do. 438-18t v. 4th line, read mediate instead of meditate.
C. P. M. THOU God of power, thou God of love, 1 Whose glory fills the realms above,
Whose praise archangels sing, And veil their faces while they cry, Thrice Holy, to their God Most High,
Thrice Holy, to their King2 Thee as our God we too would claim, And bless the Saviour's precious name,
Through whom this grace is given; He bore the curse to sinners due, He forms our ruined souls anew,
And makes us heirs of heaven.
And fix thy blest abode;
And, Lord, amongst us be.
May seem the house of prayer, '.
The earth can boast no prouder fane,
If thou be present there.
The heavens cannot contain,
Hath a perpetual reign;
Are evermore the same;
8s, 7 & 4s.
Hear with meekness
Hear thy word with godly fear. 2 While our days on earth are lengthen’d,
May we give them, Lord, to thee:
Till thy glory
All thy people shall adore;