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1 GREAT God, in vain man's narrow view Attempts to look thy nature through: Our laboring powers with reverence own Thy glories never can be known.
2 Not the high seraph's mighty thought, Who countless years his God has sought, Such wondrous height or depth can find, Or fully trace thy boundless mind.
3 And yet thy kindness deigns to show Enough for mortal minds to know; While wisdom, goodness, power divine, Through all thy works and conduct shine.
4 Oh may our souls with rapture trace Thy works of nature and of grace, Explore thy sacred truth, and still Press on to know and do thy will! 150.
Song of Adoration.
1 LET one loud song of praise arise
2 Let all of good this bosom fires,
3 In aident adoration joined,
Let all our faculties, combined,
4 Oh may the solemn-breathing sound
154. "I will that men pray everywhere." METHODIST COL.
1 THEY who seek the throne of grace,
2 In our sickness, in our health;
8 When our earthly comforts fail,
155. Our Times in the Hand of God RYLAND.
1 SOVEREIGN Ruler of the skies,
Ever gracious, ever wise,
158. All from God. Morning or Evening.
2 Every sun of splendid ray;
3 And, for all, my hymns shall rise
Trusting still, through ill and good,
Fixed and cheered and counselled thera
God's Power over his Works. H. K. WHITE. | 2 The whole in every part proclaims
1 THE Lord our God is full of might,
He speaks, and in his heavenly height
2 Rebel, ye waves, and o'er the land,
And chains you to the shore.
Thy infinite good-will:
It shines in stars, and flows in streams,
3 We view it o'er the spreading main,
3 Howl, winds of night, your force combine: 4 Long hath it been diffused abroad,
Without his high behest,.
Ye shall not in the mountain pine
Through ages past and gone;
But still keeps flowing on.
5 Through the whole earth it pours supplies,
6 My highest admiration raise,