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C. M. NINTH PART. Abridge. [*]
Teaching of the Spirit with the Word.

Ver. 64, 68, 18.
1 MTHY mercies fill the earth, O Lord,

1 How good thy works appear! Open mine eyes to read thy word, And see thy wonders there.

Ver. 73, 125.
2 My heart was fashion'd by thy hand ;

My service is thy due ;
O make thy servant understand
The duties he must do.

Ver. 19.
3 Since I'm a stranger here below,

Let not thy path be hid ;
But mark the road my feet should go,
And be my constant guide.

Ver. 26.
p 4 When I confess'd my wand'ring ways,

Thou heardst my soul complain; Grant me the teachings of thy grace, Or I shall stray again.

Ver. 33, 34. -5 If God to me his statutes shew,

And heav'nly truth impart ; o His work for ever I'll pursue, His law shall rule my heart.

Ver. 50, 71.
-6 (This was my comfort, when I bore

Variety of grief;
It made me learn thy word the more,
And fly to that relief.

Ver. 51.
ng In vain the proud deride me now;

I'll ne'er forget thy law;
Nor let that blessed gospel go,
Whence all my hopes I draw.

Ver. 27, 171.
8 When I have learnt my Father's will,

I'll teach the world his ways:
My thankful lips, inspir'd with zeal,

Shall loud pronounce his praise.]

C. M. Tenth Part. Swanwick. [b]

Pleading the Promises.

Ver. 38, 49.
1 DEHOLD thy waiting servant, Lord,

D Devoted to thy fear;
Remember, and confirm thy word,
For all my hopes are there.

Ver. 41, 58, 107.
e 2 Hast thou not sent salvation down,

And promis'd quick’ning grace?
Does not my heart address thy throne ?-
And yet thy love delays.

Ver. 123, 42.
p 3 Mine eyes for thy salvation fail ;

O bear thy servant up!
Nor let the scoffing lips prevail,
Who dare reproach my hope.

Ver. 49, 74.
e 4 Didst thou not raise my faith, O Lord ?
- Then let thy truth appear;
e Saints shall rejoice in my reward,

And trust as well as fear. C. M. ELEVENTH Part. Hymn 2nd. [5]

Breathing after Holiness.

Ver. 5, 33. THAT the Lord would guide my ways, U To keep his statutes still! O that my God would grant me grace, To know and do his will.

Ver. 29.
2 O send thy Spirit down-to write

Thy law upon my heart !
Nor let my tongue indulge deceit,
Nor act the liar's part.

Ver. 37, 36.
3 From vanity turn off my eyes ;

Let no corrupt design, Nor covetous desires, arise Within this soul of mine.

Ver. 133. 4 Order my footsteps by thy word,

And make my heart sincere: Let sin have no dominion, Lord;

But keep my conscience clear.

Ver. 176.
e 5 My soul hath gone too far astray,

My feet too often slip;
Yet since I've not forgot thy way,
Restore thy wand'ring sheep.

Ver. 35.;
o 6 Make me to walk in thy commands ;

'Tis a delightful road;
Nor let my head, or heart, or hands,

Offend against my God.
C. M. TWELFTH Part. Wantage. [*]
Breathing after Comfort and Deliverance.

Ver. 153.
e 1 ATY God, consider my distress,

II Let mercy plead my cause ; Though I have sinn'd against thy grace, I can't forget thy laws.

Ver. 39, 116.
p 2 Forbid, forbid the sharp reproach,

Which I so justly fear;
Uphold my life, uphold my hopes,
Nor let my shame appear.

Ver. 122, 135.
-3 Be thou a surety, Lord, for me,

Nor let the proud oppress;
But make thy waiting servant see
The shinings of thy face.

Ver. 82.
e 4 Mine eyes with expectation fail,

My heart within me cries, • When will the Lord his truth fulfil, • And make my comforts rise ?

Ver. 132. -5 Look down upon my sorrows, Lord,

And show thy grace the same, o As thou art ever wont t’ afford

To those who love thy name.
C. M. THIRTEENTH Part. Colchester. *]
Holy Fear and Tenderness of Conscience.

Ver. 10.
1 W ITH my whole heart I've sought thy face;

O let me never stray,
From thy commands, O God of grace,

Nor tread the sinner's wav,

Ver. 11.
2 Thy word I've hid within my heart,

To keep my conscience clean ;
And be an everlasting guard
From ev'ry rising sin.

Ver. 63, 53, 158. 3 I'm a companion of the saints,

Who fear and love the Lord ; a My sorrows rise, my nature faints, When men transgress thy word.

Ver. 161, 163.
e 4 While sinners do thy gospel wrong,

My spirit stands in awe ;
My soul abhors a lying tongue,
But loves thy righteous law.

Ver. 161, 120.
p 5 My heart with sacred rev'rence hears

The threatnings of thy word; My flesh, with holy trembling, fears The judgments of the Lord.

Ver. 166, 174. - My God, I long, I hope, I wait

For thy salvation still ; . While thy whole law is my delight,

And I obey thy will. C. M. FOURTEENTH Part. Reading. (b*] Benefit of Afflictions and Support under them.

Ver. 153, 81, 82. 1 CONSIDER all my sorrows, Lord ;

U And thy deliv'rance send; My soul for thy salvation faints; When will my troubles end!

Ver. 71. 2 Yet have I found 'tis good for me

To bear my Father's rod ; Afflictions make me learn thy law, And live upon my God.

Ver. 50.
3 This is the comfort I enjoy,

When new distress begins ;
I read thy word, I run thy way,
And hate my former sins.

Ver. 92.
4 Had not thy word been my delight,

When earthly joys were fled,

My soul, oppress'd with sorrow's weight,
Had sunk amongst the dead.

Ver. 75.
5 I know thy judgments, Lord, are right,

Though they may seem severe ;
The sharpest suff'rings I endure
Flow from thy faithful care.

Ver. 67.
6 Before I knew thy chastning rod,

My feet were apt to stray:
But now I learn to keep thy word,

Nor wander from thy way.
C. M. FIFTEENTH PART. Bethlehem. [*]

Holy Resolutions.

Ver. 93.
in THAT thy statutes, ev'ry hour,

U Might dwell upon my mind!
Thence I derive a quick’ning pow'r,
And daily peace I find.

Ver. 15, 16.
2 To meditate thy precepts, Lord,

Shall be my sweet employ;
My soul shall ne'er forget thy word;
o Thy word is all my joy.

Ver. 32.
-3 How would I run in thy commands,

If thou my heart discharge
From sin's and Satan's hateful chains,
And set my feet at large.

Ver. 13, 46.
04 My lips with courage shall declare

Thy statutes and thy name ; l'll speak thy word, though kings should hear, Nor yield to sinful shame.

Ver. 61, 69, 70. -5 Let bands of persecutors rise,

To rob me of my right,
Let pride and malice forge their lies,
Thy law is my delight.

Ver. 115.
06 Depart from me, ye wicked race,

Whose hands and hearts are ill; o I love my God, I love his ways,

And must obey his will.

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