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3 In thy strength may we be strong ;
Sweeten every cross and pain ;
Till we meet on earth again.
Or like the morning flower ;
It withers in an hour.
To endless years endure,
Thy words of promise sure. 90.
L. P. M. Tate & Brady.
Exhortation to universal Praise.
His sacred name for ever bless :
Due praise to his great name address.
But shadows of his glory are :
Through the wide earth be sung ;
Ye realms of every clime !
Ye tribes of every tongue ! -
His ever-during faithfulness. 92.
Praise from all Lands.
All ye lands, your voices raise ;
Praise the Lord, for ever praise. 2 For his truth and mercy stand,
Past, and present, and to be,
Like his own eternity.
Praise him from the depths beneath ;
Praise your Maker, all that breathe. 93.
S. F. Adams.
Raising still the languid flowers ;
O’er a mourner's stricken hours.
Lift us nearer unto heaven !
Who in mercy all hath given. 94.
S. M. Wesley's Coll.
By whose sufficient grace
2 Through Jesus Christ the just,
My faint desires receive,
And to thy glory live.
From thee are all our powers ;
And pardon what is ours :
And to thy words a blessing give.
Now met before thee here
When thou and thine appear :
75. M. Spirit OF THE PSALMS
The Heir of Headen.
Shall to heaven's blest mansions soar ;
In thy holy place shall rest ?
He, whose will to thine conformed,
7 & 5s. M. ANONYMOUS.
Death of the Virtuous
Peace and joy his steps attend,
Happy is his end.
Calm his latest moments roll ;
Heaven receives his soul.
T. MOORE. The Song of Angels. 1 ARRAYED in clouds of golden light,
More bright than heaven's resplendent bow,
To bless the sleeping world below;
How sweet the hallowed strains he sung. 2 Good-will henceforth to man be given,
The light of glory beams on earth ;
And saints below rejoice with mirth :
And Judah's children hail their King.
The penitential sigh,
With pity in thine eye.
· Rejoice to seek thy face;
A Blessing desired.
Quick and powerful let it prove :
Let thy people grow in love.
Follow it with power divine;
Thine the work, the glory thine.
Send, O, send thy truth abroad ;
Hear it, and return to God. 101. L. M.
A whole assembly worship thee ;
They hear of heaven and learn the way. 2 0, write upon my memory, Lord,
The text and doctrines of thy word ;
But love thee better than before. 102. 8 & 7s. M. ANONYMOUS.
Guard our breasts from anxious fears ;
Sink into the vale of years.
Peace companion of our way :
Rise in everlasting day.