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With thankful tongues, and hearts inflam’d,

His wondrous deeds proclaim... 3 Praise him in elevated strains,

And make the world to know, I ople How great the Master whom ye serve, L'And yet how gracious too. : 384 (3d P.) S. M. Wirksworth 158. Lowell 260. Care cast on a compassionate God, and left at bis throne,

.sos Peter v. “. 1 HOW gentle God's commands ! .01 How kind his precepts are ! Come, cast your burdens on the Lord,

And trust his constant care. '1
2 :Why should this anxious load

Press down your weary mind ?
Haste to your heavenly Father's throne,

And sweet refreshment find."
3 His goodness stands approvod

Down to the present day;—.
I'll drop my burden at his feet,

...And bear a song away.
385 , 8s. Lock 49. Lambeth 57.

Our God for ever and ever, Psalm xlviii. 14,
1 THIS God is the God we adore, ,

1 Our faithful unchangeable friend,
Whose love is as large as his power,

. And neither knows measure 'nor end: 2 'Tis Jesus, the first and the last,

Whose Spirit shall guide us safe home; otr We'll praise him for all that is past,

And trust him for all that's to come. 386 C. M. Newington 64. Great Milton 212.

Christ the Burthen of the Song.
I THOU dear Redeemer, dying Lamb!

We love to hear of thee;
No music's like thy charming name,

2 0 let us ever hear thy voice,!. ,.'!

In mercy to us speak, ! iis
And in our Priest we will rejoice,

Thou great Melchisedec... !
3 Our Jesus shall be still our theme,

While in this world we stay;
We'll sing our Jesu's lovely name,

When all things else decay. '
4 When we appear in yonder cloud,

With all thy favour'd throng,
Then will we sing more sweet, more loud,

And CHRIST shall be our song. CENNICK.

387 6. 4. Bermondsey 52. Bridgewater 261.

. Worthy the Lamb. iuris
1 CLORY to God on high!
U Let earth and skies reply,

Praise ye his name: ..
His love and grace adore,
Who all our sorrows bore; . ..
Sing aloud evermore,' ; ..

Worthy the Lamb.
2 Jesus, our Lord'and God,
Boré sin’s'tremendous load,

Praise ye his name:
Tell what his arm hath doné,
What spoils from death he won;
Sing his great name alone;'

Worthy the Lamb.
: 3 While they around the throne.

Cheerfully join in one, ...

Praising his name;
Those who have felt his blood
Sealing their peace with God,
Sound bis dear fame abroad,

. Worthy the Lambin

4. Join, all ye ransom'd race,
Our holy Lord to bless; '

Praise ye his name : ..
In him we will rejoice,
And make a joyful noise,
Shouting with heart and voice,

Worthy the Lamb.
5. What tho’ we change our place,
Yet we shall never cease

Praising his name:
To him our songs we bring,
Erki Hail him our gracious King,
ww : And, without ceasing singi

Worthy the Lamb.
16. Then let the hosts above, ...

In realms of endless love,

Praise his dear name:
To him ascribed be
Honour and majesty,
Thro' all eternity :

. Worthy the Lamb.
388 L. M. Lebanon 79, Horsley 205.

At Dismission.
1 DISMISS us with thy blessing, LORD!

D Help us to feed upon thy word;
All that has been amiss, forgive,

And let thy truth within us live.
2 Tho'we are guilty thou art good,

Wash all our works in Jesu's blood;
Give every fetter'd soul release,

And bid us all depart in peace. HART. 389 8. 7. 4. Helmsley 223. Westbury 51.

At Dismission.
1 I ORD! dismiss us with thy blessing,

Fill our hearts with joy and peace;
Let us each, thy love possessing,

O refresh us !

Travelling thro' this wilderness.
2 Thanks we give and adoration,

For thy Gospel's joyful sound;
May the fruits of thy salvation

In our hearts and lives abound :
May thy presence

With us evermore be found ! !
3 So, whene'er the signal's given
• Us from earth to call away; ;
Borne on angels' wings to heaven, ...,

Glad to leave our cumbrous clay,',
May we ready

Rise, and reign in endless day! 390 C. M. Bath Chapel 26. Brighton 208.

Sanctification and Growth, Heb. xiii. 20, 21. NOW may the God of peace and love,

Who from th' imprisoning grave . Restor'd the Shepherd of the sheep,

Omnipotent to save ;
2 Thro' the rich merits of that blood

Which he on Calvary spilt,
To make th' eternal coy'nant sure...**

On which our hopes are built ; .
3 Perfect our souls in every grace

To accomplish all his will,
And all that's pleasing in his sight

Inspire us to fulfil !
4 For the great Mediator's sake,

We every blessing pray:
With glory let his name be crown'd

Thro’ heaven's eternal day! 391 . L. M. Islington 40. Lebanon

The Peace of God shall keep, &c. Phil. iv. T. I i THE peace which God alone reveals, And by his word of grace imparts,

Which only the believer feels; i,"

Direct and keep and cheer our hearts :
2 And may the holy Three in one, r :

Pour an abundant blessing down."

On every soul assembled here!, 392 8.7. Welsh 210. Jewin Street 222.

May the Grace, &c. 2 Cor. xiii. 14.
M AY the grace of Christ our Saviour,

And the FATHER's boundless love,
With the Holy SPIRIT's favour,

Rest upon us from above!.. Thus may we abide in union

, With each other and the LORD; And possess, in sweet communion, ..

Joys which earth cannot afford. NEWTON. - The six DoxOLOGIES which followed Hymn 392 are now placed, with several others, at the end of the Hymns; but their old, with their present, numbers are so given in the Index of First Lines, as to prevent any mistake by the Transposition.

MEETING AND PARTING.* 393 (1st P.) S.M. Finsbury 155. Salem New 199. 1. How oft we joyful meet,

Ad Then separate with pain;
Soon we shall part-no more on earth

Ever to meet again."
O may we meet above,

Our Saviour to adore,
Where we shall know, as we are known,

And then shall part no more... 393 (24 P.) L. M. Claybury310. Pearce 269. 1 W HILE pilgrims, Lord, we yet remain,

M. To part, and meet, and part again,

" Hymn 254, is on the same subjecte -

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