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That each may feel the pleasing pain,
Of heart-felt penitence and love. * 367 s. M. Harborough 142. Wirksworth 158
He beheld the City, and wept over it, John xix, 41. 1 DID Christ o'er sinners weep,
? And shall our cheeks be dry? . Let floods of penitential grief
Burst forth from every eye.
Angels with wonder see!
He shed those tears for thee.. 3 He wept that we might weep;
. Each sin demands a tear; ... In heaven alone no sin is found,
And there's no weeping there. BEDDOME, 368 8.7.4. Helmsley 223, Lewes 63,
A Blessing requested. ..
Bless the sower and the seed;
Now supply thy people's need., 2 O may all enjoy the blessing;. .
Which thy word's design’d to give ;
Joyfully the truth receive;
To thy praise and glory live! 369 148th. Bethesda 112. Carmarthen New 35.
Blind Bartimeus, Luke xviii, 35-38. i . SINFUL, and blind, and poor, ;';
w And lost without thy grace, : '
Thy mercy I implore,
And wait to see thy face; .
And long to know the Crucify’d.
Thou Son of David, hear;
Stand still and call me near;
Thy Kingdom come, Matt. vi, 10. -.
* And spread thy glories all abroad;
And be thou known the gracious God.
Let humble mourners seek thy face,
Subdu'd by thy victorious grace.
Become the kingdoms of the Lord;
BEDDOME. 371 (1stP.)L.M.Wareham 117. Green's Hund.89.
Ezekiel's Vision of the dry Bones, Ezek. xxxvii. 3.
See Adam's race in ruin lie;
And scatters slaughter'd heaps around.
And can these perish'd bones revive ?
That wondrous work is all thy own.
To prophesy upon the slain ; .
In vain they call, in vain they 'cry,
Till thine almighty aid is nigh.
Life spreads through all the realms of death;
They move, they waken, they rejoice. 5 So, when thy trumpet's awful sound
Shall shake the heav'ns and rend the ground,
And spring to life beyond the skies. . 371 (20 P.) L. M. Wareham 117. Paul's 246,
· Prayer for the whole Congregation.
And make and keep us all sîncere;
And make him to his mourners known. 2 Thy richest grace vouchsafe to give
As each is able to receive; -,,
And melt us by thy pard’ning love:
The dawning or the perfect peace.
But grant us all the promis'd rest; -
'; HYMNS AFTER SERMON. A 72 C. M. Bath Chapel 26. New York 33.
The Parable of the Sower, Matt. xiii. 3-23.
1 Be it thy servant's care
Thy heavenly blessing to bring down,
In rain weter too in
2. In vain we plant without thine aid, i
And water too in vain; !?
Şend down thy heavenly rain. ) 3 Then shall our cheerful hearts and tongues
Begin this song divine; 5 Thou, Lord ! hast given the rich increase,
• And be the glory thine.? 16'!
t P.) 148th. Bethesda 112. Eagle Street 16.
Success requested on the Seed down. jis
Thy blessing, LORD! bestow in.
To make it spring and grow:
NEWTON, 373 (20 P.) 8. 7. 4. Kentucky 113, Lewes 63.
Shew me a token for good, Ps. lxxxvi. 17/
Of thy love before we part;;
Life and peace to each impart;
Which shall sanctify the heart."
The Spread of the Gospel, Matt. vi, 10.
1 And thus thy empire wide extend:
Thou King of Grace! salvation shew.. 2. Where'er thy sun or light arise
Thy name, o God! immortalize:
Thy wisdom, power, and righteousness,
375 CM. Bedford 91. Abridge 201.
Duties and Privileges, Jude 20, ži.
The Christian's sacred name,
And glory in their shame ;
Detest their impious ways,
And on the basis of your faith
Depend from day to day, .
Adore, and praise, and pray. 2
And let the flame arise,
And higher, and still higher blaze, . G ... Till it ascend the skies. 5 With a transporting joy expect
The grace your Lord shall give,
i Now is the accepted Time.
To Christ, and heal your wounds;
* Wherein free grace abounds.
To drink the cup of wrath :
That come to bim by faith. 376 (20 P.). L.M. Paul's 246. Gould's 272.
The convinced Sinner encouraged. " 1 W HO is the trembling sinner, who
" That owns eternal death his due ?