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A fountain which will ever run ,
With waters sweet and clear ? ..'. 4. No good in creatures can be found in i But may be found in thee;
. I must have all things, and abound, is
While God is God to me. Wij 5 Ob, that I had a stronger faith, ;; ? * To look within the veil ; *
To credit what my Saviour saith,"..
Will here all good provide ; ,??!
What can I want beside ? 17h;! 7 O LORD! I cast my care on thee ; ?
I triumph and adore: .
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I Love to Christ, present or absent. 10F all the joys we mortals know,
Jesus, thy love exceeds the rest!
The nearest image of the blest.
There's not a thought attempts to rove;
Fixes, and charms, and fires our love.
And long or weep in all we do, .
And tears have their own sweetness too.
Or ask the watchmen of the night, .
Thy very name creates delight.com
5 Jesus, our God, yet rather come! :;
Our eyes would dwell upon thy face;
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Sic Lovest thou me ? John xxi. 16. B
to Oft it causes anxious thought - 1
Why this dull and lifeless frame? 10
Who have never heard his name. T
If I knew a Saviour's love ? vidis
All is dark, and vain, and wild; i lg
Can I deem myself a child ?), hol
Sin is mix'd with all I do; sing bisa
Tell me, is it thus, with you ? : B 6 Yet I'mourn my stubborn will, - Find my sin a grief and thirall::." AO. ir Should I grieve for what I feel, rin If I did not love at all ? j y ?!
Could I joy his saints to meet'; is.
Find, at times, the promise sweet ;-;
8. LORD, decide the doubtful case! :: op!";} / Thou, who art thy people's sun,
Shine upon thy work of grace, . ?.
If it be indeed begun.'
If I love åt all, I pray!
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Désiring to love Cbrist. Die! 1 MOME, let me love ! or is my mind
Hardend to stone, or froze to ice?
And stoop t' embrace me from the skies. 2 Oh! 'tis a thought would melt a rock,
And make a heart of iron move,
Should seek and wish a mortal love! i;
Bound to sustain eternal pains ;:"","
Assum'd my guilt, and took my chains ! 4 Infinite grace! almighty charms !
Stand in amaze, ye rolling skies ! "
Hangs on a cross of love, and dies... 5 Did pity ever stoop so low, ini
Dress'd in divinity and blood ? , !"
In groans of an expiring Gon?;};
And prays to clasp me to his heart. .
Still deaf, nor will my passions move?
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Profession of Love to Christ.
h No passion for thy charms ?,
And dwell within his arms ? . , 2 Is there no spark of gratitude
In this cold heart of mine,
With friendship all divine?
His acts of kindness tell; his info
No sweet emotion feel ?. : ngiti 4 Sugh base ingratitude as this ini
What heart but must detest breas:?'
In every human breast, i'ers,
Had I ng love for thee : SMS C
() may I cease to be! DR, S. STENNETT.
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Desiring to lore Christ more.
Whom I unseen adore ;' 0"
I fain would love thee more.ye.
Not to love thee is worst;""
I could not be accurs'di'... 3 Of all the things in heav'n,
The love of Christ is best; .
I cannot, will not, rest. DR. RYLAND.
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. Supreme Love to Christ. I 1 M Y gracious Redeemer I love!
His praises aloud I'll proclaim,
To shout his adorable name: ".
My boundless ineffable joy. " ?
A darksome and restless abode ! ! eski Molested with foes on each side,',
And longing to dwell with my God :
Thro' realms of ineffable day!,
To see thee descend on the cloud, i
And feast on thy ravishing love?]
Nor sin, nor temptation, nor fear, ..