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Simple, innocent, and free,
3. Weaken, bring me down to nought,
5. So I may Thy Spític know
For a Sick Friend. " SEE
Ee, gracious LO'RD, with pitying Eyes,
Beneath Thirte Hand a Sulteret lies,
2. His to Thine own Afiations join,
3. His Sickness feel, endure His Pain,
4. Enter his Heart, poffefs him whole,
5. Thyself thro' Sufferings perfect made
6. So when his Eyes behold Thée near,
After a Recovery from Sickness.
Psalm ciï. 1, &c.
Him let all within me praise !
He hath lengthen'd out my Days.
Him my thankful Soul proclaim,
Love, and bless His hallow'd Name.
3. Thee how often doth he save
From the first, and second Death! Snatch Thee from the gaping Grave,
Pluck thee from the Lion's Teeth?
4. He forgives thy every Sin,
Inly He thy Pardon seals, Justifies and makes thee clean,
All Thy Imperfections heals.
All His Blessings from above,
Crowns me with His Grace, and Love.
6. As an Eagle swift and strong,
Lo! renew'd I live,' I rise, Active, vigorous, and young,
.Earth I spurn, and cleave the Skies.
Ifaiah xxxviii, 17. 18, &c.
LORY to God, whose gracious Power
Is in His Creature's Weakness fhew'd, Who turns aside the Mortal Hour,
And bids me live to, praise my God! 2. To praise my God I only live ;
To Him my Residue of Days, His own continued Gift I give,
I only live my God to praise.
3. In Love, and Pity to my Soul,
Thou, LORD, haft snatch'd me from the Grave, Thy powerful Touch hath made me whole ; :O! who can as my Saviour fave?
4. Jesu, the Saviour of Mankind,
How shall I magnify Thy Grace, Which caft my every Sin behind,
And brought me to Thy Father's Face! 5. Here I rejoyce to bless Thy Name,
Thy Goodness here I live to see:
The Dead can call no Sguls to Thee.
6. The Living, He thall praise Thy Love;
The Living, He Thy Truth shall own, . As I this Day delight to prove,
And make Thy faithful Mercies known.
7. Let future Times Thy Name confess
In which I sure Salvation have,
So ready, and so frong to save.
8. The LORD hath sav'd my Soul from Death,
Then let us sing my grateful Songs, And render with our lateit Breath
The Praise that to my LORD belongs.
Receiving a Christian Friend.
ELCOME Friend, in that great Name, WE
Whence our every Blefling flows! Enter, and increase the Flame
Which in all our Bosoms glows.
2. Sent of God, we Thee receive:
Hail the Providential Guest! If in JESUS We believe,
Let us on His Mercies feast.
3. Jesus is Our Common Lord,
He our loving Saviour is, By His Death to Life restor’d,
Misery we exchange for Bliss:
4 Bliss to Carnal Minds unknown,
O! 'tis more than Tongue can tell, Only to Believers known,
Glorious, and unspeakable !
5. CHRIST, our Brother, and our Friend,
Shews us His Eternal Love; Never let our Triumphs end,
Till we join the Host above.
6. Let us walk with Christ in White,
For our Bridal-day prepare, For our Partnership in Light,
For our Glorious Meeting there!
1. EACE be on this House bestow'd,
Peace on All that here reside! Let the Unknown Peace of God
With the Man of Peace abide! Let the Spirit now come down,
Let the Blessing now take place! Son of Peace, receive thy Crown,
Fulness of the Gospel-Grace. 2. CHRIST, my Master, and my LORD,
Let me Thy Forerunner be, O be mindful of Thy Word,
Visit them, and visit me :
Now let Thy Salvation come,