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90. S. M. Relief Hymns.
"Tis God that worketh in you.
NIS God the Spirit leads
2 "Tis he that works to will,
91. C. M. Watts.
The witnessing and sealing Spirit. Rom. viii. 14—
WHY should the children of a King
Go mourning all
Great Comforter! descend, and bring
2 Dost thou not dwell in all the saints,
3 Assure my conscience of her part
And bear thy witness with my heart,
4 Thou art the earnest of his love,
92 C. M. Watts. Regeneration. John iii. 3.
THE Spirit, like some heavenly wind,
on the sons
2 Our quicken'd souls awake, and rise,
93. C. M. Doddridge.
Divine Drawings Celebrated. Hos. xi. 4.
MY God, what silken cords are thine!
How soft, and yet so strong!
While power, and truth, and love combine To draw our souls along.
2 Thou sawest us crush'd beneath the yoke Of Satan and of sin;
Thy hand the iron bondage broke,
3 The guilt of twice ten thousand sins
4 Comfort, through all this vale of tears,
5 Drawn by such cords, we onward move,
94. C. M. Whitefield's Collection. The Holy Spirit invoked. OW may the Spirit's Holy fire,
His waiting family inspire.
2 Wake! heavenly wind; arise and come, Blow on the drooping field;
Our spices then shall breathe perfume,
3 Touch with a living coal the lip
4 Then shall we prove thy worship sweet,
95. L. M. Doddridge.
Breathing after the Holy Spirit.
And fill our frozen hearts with love
Numerous around thy temple-gate!
3 In answer to our fervent cries,
96. S. M. C. Psalmody.
My stubborn will subdue; Each evil passion overcome, And form me all anew.
2 Mine will the profit be,
But thine shall be the praise; And unto thee will I devote
The remnant of my days..
97. L. M. Doddridge. Desiring to love the brethren unfeignedly. GREAT Spirit of immortal love!
Vouchsafe our frozen hearts to move;
With ardour strong these breasts inflame
2 Still let the heavenly fire endure,
3 Celestial Dove! descend, and bring The smiling blessings on thy wing; And make us taste those sweets below, Which in the blissful mansions grow.
98. C. M. Dobell's Selection.
N thy great name, O Lord, we come,
2 Teach us to pray, and praise, and hear, And understand thy word;
To feel thy blissful presence here,
3 Here let thy power and grace be felt,
99. C. M.
The Holy Spirit invoked.
Except thou fill the place;
2 Make stubborn sinners freely yield
3 Display thy beams of love abroad,
100. C. M. Wesley's Coll.
2 My dear Redeemer, and my God,
To spread through all the earth abroad,
3 Jesus, the name that calms our fears,
"Tis life, and health, and peace.
4 He breaks the power of cancell❜d sin,
His blood can make the foulest clean,
5 Look unto him, ye nations-own
101 C. M. Wesley s Coll
WHAT shall I do my God to love,
My loving God to
The length, and breadth, and height, to prove, And depth, of sovereign grace?