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5 His sovereign mercy knows no end, 191
His faithfulness shall still endure; M
SANTY 64 148th. Bethesda 112. Eagle Street 16. Eternal, unchangeable Love, 2 Tim. i. 12.- ii. 13. Phil. i. 6. 1 MY distrustful heart, at supre
How small thy faith appears!
Than all my doubts and fears:10
Then Jesus is for ever mine.e cast
Tho'dark may be my frame oogia +
Eternally the same! 999110 99
His love no variation knows.ui sem
In me a sinful worm: owog tal 'Midst all my fears, and sin, and woe,
Thy Spirit will not let me go, it out 4 The bowels of thy gracelenit adtovi
At first did freely move :
And feel that God is lovel:
at ang 1 65 8.7.4. Lewes 63. Painswick 162. The Godly consideration of Election in Christ comfortable.
1 SONS we are, thro' God's election,
D Who in Jesus Christ believe;
Sovereign grace we here receive;
2 Every fallen soul, by sinning, 17vj1
Merits everlasting pains, llisiin But thy love, without beginning, bu
Has restor'd thy sons again:1, né ? . Countless millions ,
Shall in life, through Jesus, reign,* * 3 Pause, my soul ! adore, and wonder!
Ask, "O why such love to me? "
Of the Saviour's family : lit 15.;
Thanks, eternal thanks to thee!!, ,17' 4 Since that love had no beginning,
And shall never, never cease; .
Guide me in the way of peace!
in pissile All the paths of holiness. . 5 When I quit this feeble mansion,. .
And my soul returns to thee,
Manifest itself in me: Vid .;. in
Give the final victory!', : . 6 [When the angel sounds the trumpet;
When my soul and body join; 7. When my Saviour comes to judgment,
Bright in Majesty divine; ...! Let me triumph 'In thy righteousness as mine.) . } 7. When in that blest habitation,
Which my God has fore-ordaind; When, in glory's full possession,
I with saints and angels stand; Free grace only
66 .'116.84. Leoni 90,*');
The Covenant God.!
Who reigns enthron'd above;
And God (of grace) of love!
For ever [ever] bless’d.
At whose supreme command,
At his right hand :
5! My shield and tower. 13
Whose all-sufficient grace")
Shall guide me all my happy days, su "In all his ways:
He calls a'worm his friend,
He calls himself my God!
Ion his oath depend; '; ii
1 shall behold his face,
I shall his power adore, . !.
PART THE SECOND,
And earth and hell withstand, • May be sung as Short Metre, by introducing or repeating two syllables, as in brackets, verse the first.
D 3 •
To Cañaan's bounds Purge my way 00
At God's command !
The wat'ry deep I pass 1 1 1 19 With Jesus in my view
And thro the howling wilderness
With peace and plenty blest;
And endless rest:
And oil and wine abound, ".
With mercy crown'd,
The Lord our righteousness!
The Prince of Peace &
His kingdom still maintains ; 1
For ever reigns. iit all
Before the Saviour's fáce,
O’erwhelm'd with grace: A
They kindle to a flame, 1
The slaughter'd Lambid I
' Give thanks to God dni high,: A
They ever cry', Pikki
I join the heavenly lays;*.. 1" All might and majesty are thine; vM.
67 c. M. Missionary 257. Worksop 31.a.
Salem 139. Support in God's Covenant under Trouble, 2 Sam. xxiii. 5. 1 M Y God, the covenant of thy love
Abides for ever sure;
As nature could desire!
Thy servants all aspire. guitum &
My father art becomes mov sod
And heaven my final home; 31
For all that will is love;
I'll wait the light above.org
of this poor faltering tongue;
of my celestial song. DR. DODDRIDGE, 68 112th. Scarborough 203. Hoxton 121.
Pleading the Covenant, Psalm lxxiv. 20. 10 LORD, my God! whose sovereign love
Is still the same, nor e'er can move,
And love me always to the end. Isto
And help me forward more and more; O
To be obedient still to thine oilgore can lead me by thy gracious hand, te
And guide me safe to Canaan's land: