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5 Saviour, to thee my soul looks up,
I claim the blessing now!
6 'Tis done; thou dost this moment save, With full salvation bless;
Redemption through thy blood I have,
Newry.] HYMN 351. L. M.
UICKEN'D with our immortal head,
2 Sav'd from the fear of hell and death,
3 Pure love to God thy members find,
4 Author and sum of heav'nly bliss!
Cookham.] HYMN 352. 4 lines 7's.
WHEN, my Saviour, shall I be
Perfectly resign'd to thee?
Poor and vile in my own eyes,
2 Only thee content to know,
Only guided by thy light?
3 So I may thy Spirit know,
4 Fully in
my life express
All the heights of holiness;
Brewer.] HYMN 353. L. M.
1 Jean forth with mildest majesty;
ESUS, in whom the Godhead's rays
I see thee full of truth and grace,
2 Save me from pride, the plague expel,
3 Enter thyself, and cast out sin:
Touch me and make the leper clean,
4 Sprinkle me, Saviour, with thy blood,
St. Peters.] HYMN 354. L. M.
JESUS, to thee my heart I bow;
Strange flames far from my soul remove:
Fairest among ten thousand thou,
Be thou my Lord, my life, my love.
2 All heaven thou fill'st with pure desire:
Let me thy hidden sweetness taste. 3 I see thy garments roll'd in blood,
Thy streaming head, thy hands, thy side. All hail, thou suff'ring, conqu❜ring God! Now man shall live, for Christ hath died.
4 O kill in me this rebel sin,
And triumph o'er my willing breast!
5 Let earthly love be far away:
6 And thou true Witness, spotless Lamb,
Berlin.] HYMN 355. L. M.
now I have acceptance found
4 O give me faith, and faith's increase,
6 A land where milk and honey flow,
Sharon.] HYMN 356. S. M.
COME, and dwell in me,
And bring the glorious liberty
fear, and sin!
2 This inward, dire disease, .
3 Hasten the joyful day,
Which shall my sins consume; When old things shall be done away, And all things new become.
I want the witness, Lord,
That all I do is right,
According to thy will and word,
I ask no higher state,
Indulge me but in this:
And soon or later then translate
To my eternal bliss.
Triumph.] HYMN 357. L. M.
OME, O thou greater than our heart, And make thy faithful mercies known; The mind which was in thee impart : Thy constant mind in us be shown.
20 let us by thy cross abide,
Thee, only thee resolv'd to know,
A world to save from endless wo.
3 Take us into thy people's rest,
And we from our own works shall cease,
4 Jesus, for this we calmly wait,
O let our eyes behold thee near!
Alderton.] HYMN 358. 4 8's & 2 6's.
OUT can it be that I should prove
B Forever faithful to thy love,
From sin for ever cease?
I thank thee for the blessed hope;
2 In thee, O Lord, I put my trust;
3 I rest in thine almighty pow'r,