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Shall form us to thy image bright,

2. That we thy paths may trend. A I
4 Death may our souls divide

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But love shall keep us near thy side J S
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5 Since Christ and we are one,

Why should we doubt or fear?
If he in heaven hath fix'd his throne,

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Praise to God for renewing Grace. In I TO God, my Saviour, and my King,

Fain-would my soul her tribute bring : Join me, ye saints, in songs of praise,

For ye have known and felt his grace... a 2 Wretched and helpless once I lay,

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Bound up my wounds, and soath'd my grief; Pour'd joys divine into my heart, si i

And bade each anxious fear depart. 4 These proofs of love, my dearest Lord ! 18 . Deop in my breast I will record :ttoin U IST!

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5 My heart and tongue shall tune thy praise,

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pisk ??!llige til 3 DR, S. STENNETT. 83 L.M. Babylon Streams 23. Paul's 246. Human Rightebusness insuficient to justify, Mic. vi. 6—8. 1 W HEREWITH, O Lord, shall. I draw near,

. Or bow myself before thy face ? 11 How, in thiy purer eyes, appear? | CIT A .

What shall I bring to gain thy grace? I 2 Will gifts delight the Lord most high??

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Or slaughter'd millions e'er appease ??? 3 Can these assuage tlie wrath of God?!?

Can these wash out my guilty stain ? !
Rivets of oil; or sea's of blood 1 0

Alas ! they all must flow in vain. 1,
4 What have I then wherein to trust?,"I"

I nothing have, I nothing am; 33, 3071,
Excluded is my every boast

My glory swallow'd up in shame, , | Cold 5 Guilty, I stand before thy face ; '

. My sole desert is hell and wrath : . "Twere just, the sentence should take place;

But, o, I pleud my Savivar's death?"
6 I plead the. merits of thy Son,
Who died for siøners on the tree';..

I plead his righteousness alone;?

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Imputed Righteousness, Jer. xxiii. 6. Isa.xly, 24. 1 JESUS, thy perfect righteousness,

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With joy shall I lift up my head. I. 02!?" 2 When from the dust of death I rise bor!

To take my mansion in the skies" . TIIA E'en then shall this be all my plea,

Jesus hath died, and lives for me.

Bold shall I stand in thať great day; Italy .? . For who laught to my charge shall lay, it! or While, throthy blood, absolvid I am I

From sin's tremendous curse and shame? • 4 Thus Abraham, the friend of God, i wody

Thus all the armies bought with blood,!!
Saviour of sinners, thee proclaims

Sinnerse of whom the chief I am.
5 This spotless robe the same appears.''

When ruind nature sinks in years: 0
No age can change its glorious hue ; ?

The robe of Christ is ever new. :..; ) 6 ro let the dead now hear thy voice!

Bid, Lord, thy banish'd ones rejoice; }
Their beauty this, their glorious dress,
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The pardoning God, Micah vii: 18.?!!": 1 GREAT God of wonders ! all thy ways

Are matchless, godlike, and divine ime:
But the fair glories of thy grace

More godlike and unrivallid shine:
Who is a pardoning God like thee?

Or who has grace so rich and free? 2 Crimes of such horror to forgiyė,

Such guilty daring worms to spare; si
This is thy grand prerogative,

And none shall in the honour share :'?"
Who is a pardoning God like thee?!! !
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To pity, mercy, love, and igráce; These glories crown Jehovah's name 10 :: With an incomparable blaze :'ldi.

Who is a pardoning God like thee?

Or who has grace so rich and free? I 4 In wonder lost, with trembling joy

We take the pardon of our God;
Pardon for crimes of deepest dye; 1

A pardon seald with Jesu's blood;
Who is a pardoning God like thee?

Or who has grace so rich and free? 6 O may this strange, this matchless grace,

This godlike miracle of love, Luolo di
Fill the wide earth with grateful praise,

And all the angelic choirs above;
Who is a pardoning God like thee?S DE
Or who has grace so rich and free?


ISTA TY BE OUT 86 C. M. Ludlow 84. Brighthelmstone 208.

Pardoning Love, Jer iii. 22. Hos. xiv. 1. ?! 1 HOW oft, alas ! this wretched heart

IL Has wandered from the Lord';...!
How oft my roving thoughts depart, yi[ ]

Forgetful of his word! '; ytit 2 Yet sovereiga mercy calls, Return:

Dear Lord, and may I come ?' 12
My vile ingratitude I mourn;

o take the wanderer home. in l. 19 3 And canst thou, wilt thou yet forgive,

And bid my crimes remove ? Ir
And shall a pardon'd rebel live ......"

To speak thy wondrous love ?
4 Almighty grace, thy healing power..?
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87 L. M. Milbank 113. New Sabbath 122.

Divine Forgiveness, Luke vii. 47ow I
1 TORGIVENESS! is a joyful sound

I To malefactors doom'd to die.obis.
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Ye seraphs, shout it from the sky !
2 'Tis the rich gift of love diyine: oos TO

Tis full, out-measuring every crime od Unclouded shall its glories shine, a

And feel no change by changing time. I 3 O’er sins unnumber'd as the sand,

And like the mountains for their size,
The seas of sovereign grace expand, --

The seas of sovereign grace arise. 4 For this stupendous leve of heavenl. al

What grateful honours shall we show?
Where much transgression is forgiven

Let love in equal ardours glow ash 17 5 By this inspir’d, let all our days jie wol

With various holiness be crown'd:10 I
Let truth and goodness, prayer and praise,
In all abide, in all abound. TO DR. GIBBONS.

ITO PAUSE. nistyni sliv MP8 6 Though pardon'd, yet for sin I griove,

But never will myself forgive tanko ba A E
Not when a thousand years are passid,
Nor while Eternity shall last. linie AA

TOT OTSITAV alsage OT 88 S. M. Wirksworth 158. Broderip's 252. Confession and Pardon, 1 John i. 9. Proy. xxviii. 13. 1 M Y sorrows like a fibod, 89 s/T

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