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3 Then why should T, bow'd down with pains.
Relinquish all my hope as vainas sisse.
Then sink and die in deep despair!?
234 L M. New Sabbath 122. Langdon 217. Happy Poverty; or, the Poor in Spirit blessed, Matthew 1.3. 1 YE humble souls, complain no more
Let faith survey your future store : :") How happy, how divinely blest;" : 50* 5!! !: The sacred words of truth attest. . 11 ti. 2 When conscious grief laments sincepe itu? 1.
And pours the penitential tear;cua trusting
The bright reversion in the skies. 11. IK 3 In vain the sons of wealth and prider
Despise your lot, your hopes deride; 2
Trifles are theirs, a kingdom yours. i. 3 4 A kingdom of immense delight, sig
Where health, and peace, and joy unite,
And every wish hath full supplies : **5 A kingdom, which can ne'er decay, . While time sweeps earthly thrones away. i The state, which power and truth sustain, i
Unmov'd for ever must remain."
The glorious friend that died for you; "
To crowns of joy and songs of praise. ".
Reveal, confirm my interest there: '!'
This, this my soul desires to know !
8 Oh, let mb-hear that voide divine s-'s' U'IL
Pronounce the glorious blessing mine /
My largest wishes ask no more.] : STEELE. 235
C. M. Bangor 231. Wantage 204. i
Humble Pleadings for Mercy.zip
And knock at mercy's door ; ,
Thy favour we implore.
. Of thy forgiving loye;,
w h y
Sink down to death and hell;
Our numerous fears dispel.] ... 4 'Tis mercy, mercy, we implore; :
. 5 Oh, for thy ówn, for. Jesus" sake," .
C oll .
* And, breaking, soon relieve. -* .6. Thus melt us down, thus make us bend, G3
And thy dominion own; sino
i n . 236 L. M. Ulverston 179. Rippon's 188.
The humble Publican, Luke xviii. 13. 1 LORD! with a griev'd and aching heart,
1 To thee I look-to thee I cry; Supply my wants, and ease my smart; i Oh, help me soon, or else I die.
ed in humility:
2 Here, on my soul, a burden lies lai ;?
No buman power can it remove; v sestai My numerous sins like mountains rise!. :: Do thou reveal thy pardoning love. .' 3 Break off these adamantine chains ;, ,
From cruel bondage set me free ; )
And bring me safe to heaven and thee, BEDDOME. 237 7s. Alcester 213.". Cookham 36.
- "A Prayer for Humility.
U Poor in spirit, meek in heart, b, 198
" Chang'd into a little child.i. Pleas’d with all the Lord provides ; Wean'd from all the world besides.": 3 Father, fix my soul on thee;":
Every evil let me flee; ;';
Happy in thy precious love.
Every good in Jesus join'd!"..
Trust him, praise him evermore. MADAN'S COLL. 238 L.M.. Old Hundred 100. Chard 175.
Rejoicing in God, Jer, ix. 23, 24. ... I THE righteous Lord, supremely great,
1 Maintains his universal state ; . O’er all the earth his power extends;
All heaven before his footstool bends. .
And mercy all his empire guides ; ;
3 No more, ye wise! your wisdom boast; !
No more, ye strong! your yalour trust;
Elate with heaps of shining ore;
That God, your God, to you is known ; si
That you have own'd his sovereign sway,
In one Jehovah, all combined;
And all our souls in raptures rise. . ' 6 All else, which we our treasure call,'
May in one fatal moment fall;, it is
239 S. M. Salem New 99. Mansfield 154. Rejoicing in the Ways of God, Psalm cxxxviii: 5. Now let our voices join ;
To form a sacred song;
With music pass along.
How open and how fair!
No fierce destroyer there.. .)
In rich profusion spring;
And dear companions sing.
In beauteous prospect rise ;
Which sparkle through the skies.
Who marks the shining way! si!
To him who leads the wanderers on d o
To realms of endless day! DR DODDRIDGE. ... 510
0:(. 240 7s. Bath Abbey, 147, Hart's 221. is
Rejoicing in Hope, Isaiah xkxv. 10. Lake xii, 82, 7 1 CHILDREN of the heavenly King, of
As ye joumey, sweetly sing ; ,,!!!! Sing your Saviour's worthy praise, or to Glorious in his works and ways. winni 2 Ye are travelling home to God is sit
In the way the fathers trod;
Soon their happiness shall seedin.cis, di 3 0 ye banish'd seed be glad i. 10 Petit!
Christ our Advocate is made; } list
plis 1.Brother to our souls becomes. 4 Shout, ye little flock, and blest! : • You on Jesus' throne shall rest of
There your seat is now prepar'd-ini!
There your kingdom and reward. 5 Fear not, brethren, joyful stand
On the borders of your land.!!!!!
Bids you undismay'd go on. .! . 6 Lord, submissive make us go,"...
Gladly leaving all below;'
.) . 241 L. M. Rochford 22. Mark's 65.'
Return of Joy.
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And smiling day once more appears,
The folly of my doubts and fears. 11.!
And blush that I should ever be... 19.11