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HYMN 341. 6-7's.
All the sins of all mankind,
While we may acceptance find;
The last offers of thy grace.
Joyful tidings to proclaim,
Know salvation in thy name,
Find in thee the way to heaven. 3 Let thy dying love constrain
Those who disregard thy frown:
Bring the pride of sinners down ;
HYMN 342. P.M.
Bless the sower and the seed;
From the gospel,
Which thy word's design'd to give:
And for ever
And crown thy gospel with success.
And fix our hearts on things above :
Thus, Lord, &c.
Thus, Lord, &c.
Teach us to know and do thy will:
Behold us, Lord, again
Thy bounty to obtain.
Or we must starve indeed;
No righteousness to plead.
Thy hand alone can give;
That we may eat and live! NEWTON
Descending from above,
With joy, and peace, and love.
That shall proclaim thy worii;
Whose potent hand the thunder forms, Descend to this polluted clod,
And converse hold with sinful worms? 2 Yes-'tis his word that cheers our souls,
His mighty word the promise gives, His word, which shakes the starry poles,
His sacred word, which ever lives. 3 From his own lips the promise came;
When of his saints but two or three
Think upon your gracious Lord;
Mercy calls you,
To proclaim thy wondrous love:
Bless, oh! bless them,
3 Now thy gracious word invites them
To partake the gospel feast;
Oh! receive us,
HYMN 348. C.M.
Be it thy servant's care
By humble, fervent prayer.
And water too in vain :
Send down thy heavenly rain. 3 Then shall our cheerful hearts and tongues
Begin this song divineThou, Lord, hast given the rich increase,
And be the glory thine.
HYMN 349. P.M.
Fill our hearts with joy and peace;
Oh! refresh us!
For thy gospel's joyful sound:
May thy presence
3 So, whene'er the signal's given
Us from earth to call away,
May we, ready,
And let thy truth within us live.
Wash all our souls in Jesu's blood:
HYMN 351. L.M.
Family Devotion. FATHER of men! thy care we bless, Which crowns our families with peace: From thee they spring, and by thy hand
Their root and branches are sustain'd. 2 To God, most worthy to be praised,
Be our domestic altars raised;
The honours of thy glorious name: