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Our names, our hearts, we would resign
Our souls are in thy hands.o bado
With ever growing zeal ;nd tu
O let them ne'er prevail. rida bu
2. That we thy paths may trend. A I
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5 Since Christ and we are one,
Why should we doubt or fear?
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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,
Just breathing all my life away: bosch
autors il a 3 With speed he flew to my relief, bis
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!
The life, which I from thee receive, I
5 My heart and tongue shall tune thy praise,
Thro’ the remainder of my daysz i op
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??
Will multiply d oblations please ?-1471:2
Or slaughter'd millions e'er appease ??? 3 Can these assuage tlie wrath of God?!?
Can these wash out my guilty stain ? !
Alas ! they all must flow in vain. 1,
I nothing have, I nothing am; 33, 3071,
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?"
o, put the spotless robe on me.)
Imputed Righteousness, Jer. xxiii. 6. Isa.xly, 24. 1 JESUS, thy perfect righteousness,
My beauty is, my glorious dress 0
* Midst flaming'worlds, in this array'd,
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,!!
Sinnerse of whom the chief I am.
When ruind nature sinks in years: 0
The robe of Christ is ever new. :..; ) 6 ro let the dead now hear thy voice!
Bid, Lord, thy banish'd ones rejoice; }
85 112th.: New Haven 248. Hoxton 121.
The pardoning God, Micah vii: 18.?!!": 1 GREAT God of wonders ! all thy ways
Are matchless, godlike, and divine ime:
Or who has grace so rich and free? 2 Crimes of such horror to forgiyė,
Such guilty daring worms to spare; si
And none shall in the honour share :'?"
3 Angels, and ment resign their cldim JT
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;
A pardon seald with Jesu's blood;
Or who has grace so rich and free? 6 O may this strange, this matchless grace,
This godlike miracle of love, Luolo di
And all the angelic choirs above;
T H E 91919 PRESIDENT DAVIES.
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';...!
Forgetful of his word! '; ytit 2 Yet sovereiga mercy calls, Return:
Dear Lord, and may I come ?' 12
o take the wanderer home. in l. 19 3 And canst thou, wilt thou yet forgive,
And bid my crimes remove ? Ir
To speak thy wondrous love ?
So vile a heart as mine.. tad .
5 Thy pardoning love, sor free, so sweetyr A &
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Divine Forgiveness, Luke vii. 47ow I
I To malefactors doom'd to die.obis.
Ye seraphs, shout it from the sky !
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 arise. 4 For this stupendous leve of heavenl. al
What grateful honours shall we show?
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
ITO PAUSE. nistyni sliv MP8 6 Though pardon'd, yet for sin I griove,
But never will myself forgive tanko ba A E
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
Impatient of restraint,iv od