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8 Jesus to thy feet repairylbooth woh
at buoda & · Arlem 38 P.
Helmsley 2710 Tote si, 24. ! The Strait Gaté ; desire to enter it, Luke xiii,, 24. I STRAIT the gate, the way, is narrow, a
To the realms of endless bliskisyla
Self-deceiv'd, the passage miss 'na o
Rushing headlong, •TTA Down they sink the dread abyss. 22 Sins and follies, unforsaken,. (966) Apo
All will end in deep despair
Fruitless is the worldling's tear:
Condescend my guide to be sbs 1
Let me thy salvation see! :s evsilo!
Miss the way that leads to theans ys BEDDOME, 295 leig.4. Trowbridge 21.Welsh 210.
Tabernacle 239 89 ISIT Supplicuting-Jesus! thou Son of David, have merr 1 JESUS, fall of all compassion, u n
Hear thy humble suppliant's ery;
See! I languish, faint, and die. W 30 2 Guilty, but with heart relenting, ou jud
Overwhelm'd with helpless grief,
Send, Oh send me quick relefoIT
HEEFT Mark X. 11: have mercy on me,
3 [Whithor should a wroteh be fying, I
But to him who comfort gives l ib)
But to him who ever liven?] xhu !
Breathless on the oursed treeyn svið
That thou suffer'dst thus for me iso 5 With thy righteousness and Spiritique
I am more than angels blést zu si
Peace, and joy, and eydlęge rasteis I 6 Without thee, the world possessing, 110
I should be a wretehi undone, avin
Seeking goods and finding ngneI 7 Hear then, blessed Saviour 4-hear me!! .
My soul cldaveth to the dust in via
Lo! in thee I put my trustai ouw lII. 8 On the word thy blood hath sealedis I
Hangs my everlasting all :) om grid
Stay, Oh stay moldest 1 fall! i 19.I 9 In the world of endless ruin, at !uzal
Let it nepev, LORD! be saidys mo 10. Here's a squ that perish d suing 59) Ül
For the boasted Saviour's gidat
i All sbraptur'd with thy love lo Du TORNER. 296 (1st P.):77. Stoel 16499 Cookham 36. Longing for an interest in the Redeemther; or, venturing on
the Mercy of Gods in Christi vil. 1 QRACIOUS Lordulincline thine lear!
My requests voudhgate to hear';
Hear my neverteeasing 'cry'; v1" E Give me CHRISÉ, or else. I dieai tudi 2 Wealth and honour 1 disdain, tuite
Earthly comforts, LORD! are vaidzei
Give me GHÁIST, or elsend diealisoill.
Only. wase me of my guilt:00:1 isilt
Give me Christ, or else I dies de I 4 All unholy and unclean, 30 ijin iol . . I am nothing else but sin !: 5194/
On, thy meroy I rely, * 17
Give me CHRIST, or else. I die. :ou? I 21 Thou dost freely save the lost i donna
In thy grace alone I trust : aidos? ::. With my learnest suit:comply seisu!!
Give me CHRIST, or else. I die.oa yli 6 Thou dost promise to forgive out hry? : All who in thy $on believe it ai lol
LORD, I know thou canst notalie,l) H0 ?
Give me CHRISTY or else I die.edus!!
Let me shelter in thy Son! 0,75l
Come and save me, or I dieou li jou! 296 (20 P.JSC, M, Bedford 91: Abridge 201.
The plain serious Christian's daily Hymh. Hroßmes my GoderQb:save me, Psalm cikk:28.01 I HELP land SALVATION, LordbIicrave,
TL For both greatly need elyaula 132 None else these blessings can i bestów; .DE From thee they must proceed tar 005: Itu Help me thy, glories to behold; i no kuin
Thy loveliness to see ; id od!
Which shaas the Deityaranya?
.3 [Help me the turpitude of sin. 1, ..
With shame to realize; sinne
A breast as hard as ice.]
Where else can sinners fly? - T
And every idol nigh. ..... ." 5 Help me to live upon thy word;
The Christian's daily food;*.,
That bar to every good. , 6 Help me to do thy holy will :: :
Let duty bliss dispense: ? ..
From sloth and negligence. !
To which my heart is prone. 8 [Help, in prosperity, that I :-, True gratitude may find : :
Save me from pride and carnal ease, :
And from an earthly mind.... . 9 Help, in adversity, to bow,.......1
My neck to bear the yoke: .
Which would my God provoke.],
Satan, the world, and sin , .'
And this base heart withini.
And then meet death with joy; : ;
The dread of death destroy.', . .
297 (1st P.) L. M. Mark's 65. Bottles 73.
Choosing the better Part, Loko *. 42. 1 RESET) with snares on every hand,
D In life's uncertain path I stand:
To guide my doubtful footsteps right.** 2 Engage this roving treach’rous heart
To fix on Mary's better part,
For joys that none can take away. 3 Then let the wildest storms arise ;
Let tempests mingle earth and skies,
But all my treasures with me hear."! -) 4 If thou, my Jesus! still be nigh, *
Cheerful I live, and joyful die;
T H , DR. DODDRIDGE.
walimu 297 (20 P.). 8. 8. 6. Westbury Leigh 278.
Broadmead 150. i
How sweetly bloom below ! 17.
And o'er the earth they flow.
Perfumes the breathing gale:
And smiles o’er every vale, e is
And charms the ravish'd breast: ..