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8 Make us of one heart and mind,-
7th P. M. 8 lines 2.
Many, but one.
8 Sweetly may we all agree,
For his redeeming grace.
To full salvation liere,
2 What troubles have we seen!
What conflicts have we past!
Since we assembled last!
Hath brought us by his love;
And hides our life above.
3 Then let us make our boast
Of his redeeming power,
Till we can sin po more:
Till we the crown ohtain;
So we may Jesus gain.
And keep us to that day.
And he shall keep them still;
with him on Zion's hill. 3 Him eye to eye we there shall see;
Our face like his shall shine : O what a glorious coinpany,
When saints and angels join!
In robes of white array'd,
And crowns upon our head.
Am fight our passage through; Bear in our faithful minds the end,
And keep the prize in view. 709
L. M. Welcome to Church fellowship. RETHREN in Christ, and well beloved, Enter, and show yourselves approved;
Enter, and find that God is here. 2 Welcome from earth : lo, the right hand
of fellowship to you we give; With open hearts and hands we stand,
And you in Jesus' name receive. 3 Jesus, attend; thyself reveal;
Are we not met in thy great nume! Thee in the midst we wait to feel;
We wait to catch the spreading lamo.
4 Truly our fellowship below
With thee and with the Father is :
And heaven's unutterable bliss.
We wait thy coming from above;
And be forever lost in love.
L. M. The heavenly Guest invited. CAVIOUR of all, to thee we bow,
And own thee faithful to thy word; We bear thy voice, and open now
Our hearts to entertain our Lord.
Delight in what thyself hast given;
And make the contrite heart thy heaven. 3 Smell the sweet odour of our prayers;
Our sacrifice of praise approve;
Who rest in thy redeeming love.
Call us thy friends, and love, and bride, And bid us freely drink and eat
Thy dainties, and be satisfied.
LL praise to our redeeming Lord,
Together seek his face.
2 He bids us build 'each other up;
And, gather'd into one,
We hand in hand go on.
We all delight to prove ;
In purest streams of love.
And cordially agree,-
In perfect barmony.
The common peace we feel;
A joy unspeakable.
In Jesus be so sweet,
When round his hrone we meet!
Sympathy and mutual love,
Is like to that above.
We pour our arlent prayers;
Our comforts and our cares. 8 W, share our mutual woes;
Our mutual burdens bear; And often for ench other flows
The sympathizing tear.