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PREFACE. 



The first General Conference of the United Evangelical Church, in session 
at Naperville, Illinois, in December, 1894, authorized the publication of an 
English Hymn and Tune Book for the use of the Church, and appointed Rev. 
H. B. Hartzler, D.D., of Northfield, Mass., Bishop W. M. Stanford, A.M., D.D., 
of Harrisburg, Pa., Rev. J. D. Woodring, A.M., of Allentown, Pa., Rev. Uriah 
F. Swengel, A.M., o f Baltimore, Md., and Prof. Otis L. Jacobs, A.M., of York, Pa., 
as members of a committee to prepare such a work for the press. Bishop Stan- 
ford was chosen as Chairman, and U. F. Swengel, as Secretary of the Committee. 

In the prosecution of their work the Committee proceeded first to make a 
careful selection of the choicest old standard hymns and tunes of f he Church 
universal which have become familiar and dear to Christian hearts by long use 
and sacred associations. To these were then added a variety of the most desir- 
able of later productions, including Chants and a number of unclassified hymns 
and tunes. The body of the standard Hymnal was now regarded as complete 
and adequate for all requirements of the regular public worship of the Church. 
But it still remained to provide more fully for the various special and social meet- 
ings and the protracted revival services of a Church so preeminently evangelistic 
as the United Evangelical. For this purpose the committee made a collection 
of the best and most effective of the so-called "Gospel Songs" that could be 
obtained, as well as a large variety of select Choruses, old and new. Special 
attention is called to this department of the Hymnal as a new feature in a work 
of this kind, adapted to meet a popular demand and provide for a growing need. 

In the compilation of the Hymnal the Committee exercised great care and 
made all possible effort to ascertain what hymns and tunes were copyrighted 
and, in every case so ascertained, to secure permission to use them. Grateful 
acknowledgment is hereby made of special and highly esteemed favors granted 



IV. PREFACE. 

by Prof. D. B. Towner, Mrs. Joseph F. Knapp, Prof. E. S. Lorenz, Rev. E. 
A. Hoffman, Prof. T. C. O'Kan .-. Dr. J. E. Rankin, Prof. J. H. Kurzenknabe, 
Mr. W. L. Thompson and Mrs. A. J. Gordon. 

Special mention should be made of the services of Professor Jacobs, who 
performed the work of Musical Editor, prepared the manuscript for the press, 
arranged the Indexes of Composers, Authors, Tunes, and First Lines of Hymns, 
and shared with Dr. Hartzler the task of reading the proofs of the hymns. The 
Index of Topics was prepared by Rev. J. G. Boughter, and the Index of Scrip- 
tural Texts by Rev. E. Crumbling. 

Having now completed their assigned work, performed gratuitously, at cost 
of much time and labor, and under circumstances of peculiar difficulty, the 
Committee confidently commend this new Hymnal to the Church as the best 
song collection in existence for the use of the congregations of the United 
Evangelical people. It is believed that the combination in one volume of the 
classified standard Church hymns and tunes, some of the best of the Gospel 
hymns, with Chants, and the revival battle-hymn Choruses so widely used, will 
meet a want in the Church that no other book can so well supply. In this 
confidence the book is prayerfully committed to the Church and the providence 
of God, with the desire and hope that it may serve its high purpose in the 
assemblies of the saints below until they, in nobler, sweeter songs, shall sing 
Christ's power to save, 

When these poor, lisping, stammering tongues.. 
Lie silent in the grave. 
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CONTENTS. 



rage 

Doxologies, *> * 

Prayer and Praise, Hymns 

Opening and Closing, 1-23 

General Hymns, 24-72 

God the Father 73-89 

The Lord Jesus Christ. 

Incarnation and Birth, 90-100 

Life and Character, 101-107 

Sufferings and Death, 108-119 

Resurrection and Exaltation, 120-135 

Coming Again, 136-139 

The Holy Spirit, 140-162 

The Holy Scriptures, 163-173 

The Lord's Day, 174-178 

Salvation. 

Needed, 179-182 

Provided — Warning and In vitation, 183-221 

Realized, . * aZZ-AZo 

Repentance, 227-240 

Faith, 211-216 

Justification 247-249 

Regeneration, 250-252 

Adoption, 253-25/ 

Sanctification, 258-277 

Assurance, : - ■ - v '° ~ JU 

The Christian Life. 

Trial and Conflict, 291-312 

Suffering and Discipline, 313-320 

Exhortation and Encouragement, 321-336 

Christian Aspiration, 337-351 

Christian Endeavor, 352-36S 

Fellowship with Christ, 369-376 

Benevolence and Charity, 377-3S6 

The Church. 

General Hymns, 3S7-394 

Revival, 395-405 



vi CONTENTS. 

The Church — Continued. Hymns 

Admission, 40G-411 

Fellowship in Christ, 412-422 

Childhood and Youth, 423-137 

The Ministry, 438-445 

Baptism, 418-454 

The Lord's Supper, 455-467 

Special Services. 

Missions, 408-487 

Church Building 488-495 

Conference, 496-500 

Temperance, 501-507 

National 508-522 

The Christian Home, 523-535 

Pilgrim Songs, 536-557 

Times .and Seasons 558-565 

Brevity and Uncertainty of Life, 56C-571 

Death and Resurrection, 572-596 

Judgment and Retribution, 597-601 

Heaven, 602-629 



Miscellaneous Tunes, 281-292 

Chants, 293-298 

Gospel Songs and Choruses. 



Gospel Songs, 299-369 

Choruses 370-375 



Indexes. 



Alphabetical Index of Tunes, 376-378 

Metrical Index of Tunes, 379-380 

Index of Composers 381-382 

Index of Authors 383-385 

Index of Subjects 386-392 

Index of Scriptural Texts 393-395 

Index of First Lines, 396-403 



Hymnal 



DOXOLOGIES. 



1* OLD HUNDRED. L, M. 



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To God the Father, God the Son, 
And God the Spirit, Three in One, 
Be honor, praise, and glory given, 
By all on earth, and all in heaven. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

3* L, M, 6 Lines. 

To God, — the Father, and the Son, 
And Holy Spirit, — Three in One, 
All honor, glory, praise be given, 
By every tongue on earth, in heaven: 
As 't was, is now, and still shall be 
In every age, eternally. 

4+ C. M, 

To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, 
One God Whom we adore, 

Be glory as it was, is now, 
And shall be evermore. 

Tate & Brady. 
5* C. M. D. 

The God of mercy be adored, 
Who calls our souls from death, 

Who saves by His redeeming word 
And new-creating breath; 

To praise the Father and the Son, 
And Spirit all Divine, 



The One in Three, and Three in One, 

Let saints and angels join. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

6* S. M. 

To God the Father, Son, 

And Spirit, One and Three, 

Be glory, as it was, is now, 

And shall forever be. 

Rev. John Wesley. 

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O God, for ever blest, 

To Thee all praise be given; 
Thy Name Triune confessed 
By all in earth and heaven; 
As heretofore it was, is now, 
And shall be so forevermore. 

Rev. Edward H. Bickersteth. 

8* 6, 6, 4, 6, 6, 6, 4, 

To God — the Father, Son, 

And Spirit — Three in One, 
All praise be given ! 

Crown Him in every song; 

To Him your hearts belong; 

Let all His praise prolong- 
On earth, in heaven. 

Rev. Edwin F. Hatfield. 



DOXOLOG 

9* 7, 7, 7, 7. 

Sing we to our God above 
Praise eternal as His love; 
Praise Him, all ye heavenly host — 
Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

10* 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7. 

Praise the name of God Most High, 
Praise Him, all below the sky, 
Praise Him, all ye heavenly host, 
Father, Son, and Holy Ghost; 
As through countless ages past, 
Evermore His praise shall last. 

11* 7, 7, 7, 7, D, 

Praise our glorious King and Lord, 
Angels waiting on His word, 
Saints that walk with Him in white, 
Pilgrims walking in His light: 
Glory to the Eternal One, 
Glory to His Only Son, 
Glory to the Spirit be 
Now, and through eternity. 

Rev. Alexander R. Thompson. 

12* 8,7,8,7. 

Praise the Father, earth and heaven, 

Praise the Son, the Spirit praise; 
As it was, and is, be given 
Glory through eternal days. 

13* 8,7,8,7,4,7. 

Glory be to God the Father, 

Glory be to God the Son, 
Glory be to God the Spirit, 
Glory to the Three in One; 
Hallelujah! 
God, the Lord is God alone. 

14* 8, 7, 8, 7, 4, 7. 

Great Jehovah! we adore Thee, 
God the Father, God the Son, 
God the Spirit, joined in glory 
On the same eternal throne; 
Endless praises 
To Jehovah, Three in One. 

Rev. William Goode. 



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15* 7, 6, 7, 6, D. 

Great God of earth and heaven! 

To Thee our songs we raise; 
To Thee be glory given 

And everlasting praise: 
We joyfully confess Thee, 

Eternal Triune God! 
We magnify, we bless Thee, 

And spread Thy praise abroad. 

16* 7, 6, 7, 6, D. 

To Thee be praise for ever, 

Thou glorious King of kings! 
Thy wondrous love and favor 

Each ransomed spirit sings: 
We'll celebrate Thy glory 

With all Thy saints above, 
And shout the joyful story 

Of Thy redeeming love. 

Rev. Thomas Haweis. 

17 ♦ 8, 7,8, 7, D, 

Praise the God of all creation; 

Praise the Father's boundless love: 
Praise the Lamb, our expiation, 

Priest and King enthroned above: 
Praise the Fountain of salvation, 

Him by Whom our spirits live: 

Undivided adoration 

To the one Jehovah give. 

Josiah Conder. 

18* 8, 8, 6, 8, 8, 6. 

To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, 
Be praise amid the heavenly host, 

And in the church below; 
From Whom all creatures draw their 

breath, 
By Whom redemption blessed the earth, 
From Whom all comforts flow. 

19 + 10,10,11,11. 

Thy glory, O Lord, we joyfully sing; 
Thy name be adored, Thou merciful King! 
We bless Thee, Jehovah, the great One in 

Three, 
Who wast, and Who art, and Who ever 
shalt be. 



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Glory be to Jesus, our gracious Redeemer: Glory to the Spirit, the holy Revealer! 

We praise Him, for He loved us, and We praise Him with the Father, and 

brought a great salvation. with the Son, our Saviour. 

Rev. Robert Lowry. 



PRAYER AND PRAISE— OPEN I NC AND CLOSING. 



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Of the universe, Thy home, 

Gather us, who seek Thy face, 

To the fold of Thy embrace; 

For Thou art nigh. 

$» While the deepening shadows fall, 
Heart of Love, enfolding all, 
Through the glory and the grace 
Of the stars that veil Thy face, 
Our hearts ascend. 

4. When forever from our sight 
Pass the stars, the day, the night, 
Lord of angels, on our eyes 
Let eternal morning rise, 
And shadows end. 

Mary A. Lathbury. 




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1. To Thy temple we repair; 
Lord, we love to worship there, 
When within the veil we meet 
Thee upon the mercy-seat, 
The mercv-seat. 



Vincent, owner of copyright. 

2. While Thy glorious praise is sung, 
Tune our lips, unloose our tongue; 
Then our joyful souls shall bless 
Thee, the Lord our Righteousness, 

Our Righteousness. 

3. While to Thee our prayers ascend, 
Let Thine ear in love attend; 
Hear us, for Thy Spirit pleads; 
Hear, for Jesus intercedes, 

He intercedes. 

4. While Thy Word is heard with awe, 
While we tremble at Thy law, 
Let Thy gospel's wondrous love 
Every doubt and fear remove, 

Our fear remove. 

5. From Thy house when we return, 
Let our hearts within us burn; 
And at evening let us say, 
We have walked with God to-day, 

With God to-day. 

James Montgomery. 



PRAYER AND PRAISE— OPEN I NG AND CLOSING. 

William B. Bradbury. 



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Thine all-sufficient grace impart 
To every true disciple's heart; 
O draw them closer to Thy side, 
That faith and love may still abide. 

Dear Jesus, lead and keep the youth, 
And sanctify them through Thy truth; 
The children draw to seek Thy face, 
And fold them in Thy warm embrace. 

Come, Holy Spirit, as we part, 
With light and life to every heart; 
And lead us by Thy hand of love 
To our eternal home above. 

Rev. H. B. Hartzler. 



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D0X0L0GY, 

To Father, Son and Holy Ghost, 

The God Whom earth and heaven adore, 
Be glory as it was of old, 

Is now, and shall be evermore. 



LAST BEAM, P, M, Page 285 





Before Thy face, my God, I fal 
And claim Thee now, my All in all; 
My soul, with expectation sweet, 
Lies faint and trembling at Thy feet. 

My warrant in Thy Word I seek, — 
I seek, I find, I hear Thee speak; 
Thy voice my bounding spirit thrills, 
And all my heart with rapture fills. 

The blood of Jesus speaks my peace; 
I know such love can never cease; 
I rest on Him, and need no more 
Than Christ, my Lord, forevermore. 

Rev. H. B. Hartzler. 



Fading, still fading, the last beam is shining, 
Father in heaven ! the day is declining, 
Safety and innoci nee fly witli the light, 
Temptation and danger walk forth with the 

night; 
From the fall of the shade till the morning- 
bells chime 
Shield me from danger, save me from crime. 
Father, have mercy, Father, have mercy, 
Father, have mercy, through Jesus Christ 
our Lord. 

Father in heaven ! hear when we call — 
Hear for Christ's sake, Who is Saviour of all; 
Feeble and fainting, we trust in Thy might, 
In doubting and darkness Thy love be our 

light, 
Let us sleep on Thy breast while the night 

taper burns, 

Wake in Thy arms when morning returns. 

Father, have mercy, Father, have mercy, 

Father, have mercy, through Jesus Christ 

our Lord. 

— Anon. 



PRAYER AND PRAISE -OPENING AND CLOSING. 



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2. Blest is that tranquil hour of morn, 

And blest that solemn hour of eve, 
When, on the wings of prayer upborne, 
The world I leave. 

3. Then is my strength by Thee renewed; 

Then are my sins by Thee forgiven; 
Then dost Thou cheer my solitude 
With hopes of heaven. 

4. No words can tell what sweet relief 

Here for my every want I find; 
What strength for warfare, balm for grief, 
What peace of mind. 

5. Hushed is each doubt, gone every fear; 

My spirit seems in heaven to stay; 
And e'en the penitential tear 
Is wiped away. 

6. Lord, till I reach yon blissful shore, 

No privilege so dear shall be, 
As thus my inmost soul to pour 
In prayer to Thee. 

Charlotte Elliott. 



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2. Blest hour, when God Himself draws nigh 

Well-pleased His people's voice to hear; 
To hush the penitential sigh, 

And wipe away the mourner's tear. 

3. Blest hour; for where the Lord resorts, 

Foretastes of future bliss are given; 
And mortals find His earthly courts 
The house of God, the gate of heaven. 
Rev. Thomas Raffles. 

9* FEDERAL ST, L. M. Page S 4 . 





Blest hour, when mortal man retires 
To hold communion with his God; 

To send to heaven his warm desires, 
And listen to the sacred Word. 



1. Again, as evening's shadow falls, 

We gather in these hallowed walls; 
And vesper hymn and vesper prayer 
Rise mingling on the holy air. 

2. May struggling hearts that seek release 

Here find the rest of God's Own peace; 
And, strengthened here by hymn and prayer, 
Lay down the burden and the care. 

3. O God, our Light, to Thee we bow; 

Within all shadows standest Thou; 
Give deeper calm than night can bring; 
Give sweeter songs than lips can sing. 

4.. Life's tumult we must meet again, 
We cannot at the shrine remain; 
But in the spirit's secret cell 

May hymn and prayer forever dwell. 

Rev. Samuel Longfellow. 



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And still He is nigh; His presence we have: 
The great congregation His triumph shall 

sing, 
Ascribing salvation to Jesus, our King. 

3. Salvation to God, Who sits on the throne! 
Let all cry aloud, and honor the Son: 
The praises of Jesus the angels proclaim, 
Fall down on their faces, and worship the 

Lamb. 

4. Then let us adore, and give Him His right, 
All glory and power, all wisdom and might. 
All honor and blessing, with angels above, 
And thanksneverceasingfor infinite love. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

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i. worship the King all-glorious above, 
O gratefully sing His power and His love; 
Our Shield and Defender, the Ancient of 
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Pavilioned in splendor, and girded with 
praise. 

2. O tell of His might, and sing of His grace, 
Whose robe is the light, Whose canopy 

space, 

His chariots of wrath the deep thunder- 
clouds form, 

And dark is His path on the wings of the 
storm. 

3. Thy bountiful care what tongue can recite? 
It breathes in the air; it shines in the light; 
It streams from the hills; it descends to 

the plain; 
And sweetly distils in the dew and the rain. 

4. Frail children of dust, and feeble as frail, 
In Thee do we trust, nor find Thee to fail; 
Thy mercies how tender ! how firm to the 

end ! 

Our Maker, Defender, Redeemer, and 

Friend. 

Sir Robert Grant. 



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1. Saviour, again to Thy dear name we raise 
With one accord, our parting hymn of •*' 

praise; 
We stand to bless Thee ere our worship 

cease; 
Then lowly kneeling, wait Thy word of 

peace. 

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way; 
With Thee began, with Thee shall end 

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Grant us Thy peace, Lord, through the 

coming night; 
Turn Thou for us its darkness into light; 
From harm and danger keep Thy children 

free, 
Fordark and lightare bothalike to Thee. 

Grant us Thy peace throughout our earthly 
life, 

Ourbalmin sorrow, andoui stay in strife; 

Then, when Thy voice shall bid our con- 
flict cease, 

Call us, O Lord, to Thine eternal peace. 
Rev. John Ellerton. 



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Till morning cometh, watch, O Master, 

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In soul and body Thou from harm defend us, 
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3. We have no refuge, none on earth to aid us, 
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Thy will be done on earth as 'tis in heaven; 

Keep us in life, forgive our sins, deliver 
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Thine abundant life impart; 
Give to all, with rich increase, 
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Let Thy blessing on us fall; 
Guide us in Thy righteous ways; 
Keep us by Thy mighty grace. 
Thine, O Lord, through endless days, 
Be the glory, might and praise, 
Throned among the heavenly host, 
Father, Son and Holy Ghost! 

Rev. H. B. Hartzler. 
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2. Peace to our brethren give; 

Fill all our hearts with love; 
In faith and patience may we live, 
And seek our rest above. 

3. Through changes, bright or drear, 

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And toil to spread Thy kingdom here, 
Till we its glory view. 

4. To God, the only wise, 
In every age adored, 
Let glory from the Church arise 
Through Jesus Christ our Lord! 

E. T. Fitch. 



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Though the world be oft forgot! 
O the shrouded and the lonely, 
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3. Living in the silent hours, 
Where our spirits only blend, — 

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They, unlinked with earthly trouble, 
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4. How such holy memories cluster 
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And ne'er from us depart, 
Spirit of power. 

To Thee, great One and Three, 
Eternal praises be 

Hence, evermore; 
Thy sovereign majesty 
May we in glory see, 
And to eternity 

Love and adore. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 



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And I hope, by Thy good pleasure, 

Safely to arrive at home. 
Jesus sought me when a stranger, 

Wandering from the fold of God; 
He, to rescue me from danger, 

Interposed His precious blood. 

. O to grace how great a debtor 

Daily I'm constrained to be! 
Let Thy goodness, like a fetter, 

Bind my wandering heart to Thee. 
Prone to wander, Lord, I feel it; 

Prone to leave the God I love; 
Here's my heart; O take and seal it; 

Seal it for Thy courts above. 



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Praise Him, angels, in the height; 
Sun and moon, rejoice before Him; 
Praise Him, all ye stars of light. 
Praise the Lord, for He hath spoken; 
Worlds His mighty voice obeyed; 
Laws which never shall be broken 
For their guidance hath He made. 



2. Praise the Lord, for He is glorious; 
Never shall His promise fail; 
God hath made His saints victorious; 
Sin and death shall not prevail. 
Praise the God of our salvation; 
Hosts on high, His power proclaim; 
Heaven and earth, and all creation, 
Laud and magnify His name. 

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1. Praise to Thee, Thou great Creator! 
Praise to Thee from every tongue; 
Join, my soul, with every creature, 
Join the universal song. 

Father, Source of all compassion, 
Pure, unbounded grace is Thine. 
Hail the God of our salvation, 
Praise Him for His love Divine. 

2. For ten thousand blessings given, 
For the hope of future joy, 

Sound His praise through earth and 

heaven, 
Sound Jehovah's praise on high. 
Joyfully on earth adore Him, 
Till in heaven our song we raise; 
Then, enraptured, fall before Him, 
Lost in wonder, love and praise. 

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For Thy Gospel's joyful sound; 
May the fruits of Thy salvation 
In our hearts and lives abound; 
May Thy presence 
With us evermore be found. 

Rev. John Fawcett. 

i. In Thy name, O Lord, assembling, 
We, Thy people, now draw near; 
Teach us to rejoice with trembling; 
Speak, and let Thy servants hear, — 

Hear with meekness, — 
Hear Thy Word with Godly fear. 

2. While our days on earth are lengthened, 

May we give them, Lord, to Thee; 
Cheered by hope, and daily strengthened, 
May we run, nor weary be, 

Till Thy glory 
Without clouds in heaven we see. 

3. There, in worship purer, sweeter, 

Thee Thy people shall adore; 
Sharing then in rapture greater 

Than they could conceive before: 
Full enjoyment, 
Full and pure, for evermore. 

Rev. Thomas Kelly. 



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1. O Thou God of my salvation, 

My Redeemer from all sin; 
Moved by Thy Divine compassion, 
Who hast died my heart to win, 

I will praise Thee; 
Where shall I Thy praise begin? 

2. Though unseen, I love the Saviour; 

He hath brought salvation near; 
Manifests His pardoning favor; 
And when Jesus doth appear, 

Soul and body 
Shall His glorious image bear. 

3. While the angel choirs are crying, 

Glory to the great I AM! 
I with them will still be vying — 
Glory! glory to the Lamb! 

O how precious 
Is the sound of Jesus' name! 

4. Angels now are hovering round us, 

Unperceived amid the throng, 
Wondering at the love that crowned us, 
Glad to join the holy song — 

Hallelujah! 
Love and praise to Christ belong! 

Rev. Thomas Olivers. 



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Fill our hearts with Thy rich grace, 
Tune our lips to sing Thy praise. 

3. In Thine Own appointed way, 
Now we seek Thee; here we stay; 
Lord, we know not how to go, 
Till a blessing Thou bestow. 

4. Send some message from Thy Word, 
That may joy and peace afford; 
Let Thy Spirit now impart 
Full salvation to each heart. 

5. Comfort those who weep and mourn; 
Let the time of joy return; 
Heal the sick, the captive free; 
Let us all rejoice in Thee. 

Rev. William Hammond. 

26* L, M, 6 Lines. See NASHVILLE, page 15. 

1. I'll praise my Maker while I've breath, 
And when my voice is lost in death, 

Praise shall employ my nobler powers; 
My days of praise shall ne'er be past, 
While life, and thought, and being last, 

Or immortality endures. 

2. Happy the man whose hopes rely- 
On Israel's God; He made the sky, 

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1. Come, my soul, thy suit prepare, 
Jesus loves to answer prayer; 
He Himself invites thee near, 
Bids thee ask Him, waits to hear. 

2. Thou art coming to a King; 
Large petitions with thee bring; 
For His grace and power are such, 
None can ever ask too much. 

3. Lord, I come to Thee for rest; 
Take possession of my breast; 

There Thy blood-bought right maintain, 
And without a rival reign. 

4. Show me what I have to do; 
Every hour my strength renew; 
Let me live a life of faith, 

Let me die Thy people's death. 

Rev. John /Newton. 

His truth forever stands secure; 
He saves the oppressed, He feeds the poor, 
And none shall find His promise vain. 

3. He loves His saints — He knows them well, 
But turns the wicked down to hell; 

Thy God, O Zion! ever reigns; 
Let every tongue, let every age, 
In this exalted work engage: 

Praise Him in everlasting strains. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 



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At the blest mercy-seat, 

Pleading for me, 
Upward in faith I look, 

Jesus, to Thee. 
Help me the cross to bear, 
Thy wondrous love declare, 
Some song to raise, or prayer, 

Something for Thee. 

Give me a faithful heart, 

Likeness to Thee, 
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Some wanderer sought and won, 
Something for Thee. 

All that I am and have — 

Thy gifts so free — 
In joy, in grief, through life, 

Dear Lord, for Thee! 

And when Thy face I see, 

My ransomed soul shall be, 

Through all eternity, 

Something for Thee. 

Rev. S. Dryden Phelps. 

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Of seraphs bright and fair, 
Or bow at Thy right hand, 

And pay their homage there; 
But strive in vain, with loudest chord, 
To sound Thy wondrous love, O Lord. 

3. Yet sinners saved by grace, 

In songs of lower key, 
In every age and place, 

Have sung the mystery; 
Have told, in strains of sweet accord, 
Thy love, Thy sovereign love, O Lord. 

4. Though earth and hell assail, 

And doubts and fears arise, 
The weakest shall prevail, 

And grasp the heavenly prize, 
And through an endless age record 
Thy love, Thy changeless love, O Lord. 

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The love, the eternal love 



Love's sweet lesson to obey; 
Sweeter lesson cannot be, 
Loving Him Who first loved me. 

2. With a childlike heart of love, 
At Thy bidding may I move; 
Prompt to serve and follow Thee, 
Loving Him Who first loved me. 

3. Teach me thus Thy steps to trace, 
Strong to follow in Thy grace; 
Learning how to love from Thee, 
Loving Him Who first loved me. 

4. Love in loving finds employ; 
In obedience all her joy; 
Ever new that joy will be, 
Loving Him Who first loved me. 

5. Thus may I rejoice to show 
That I feel the love I owe; 
Singing, till Thy face I see, 

Of His love Who first loved me. 

Jane E. Leeson 



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30* LOVING-KINDNESS. L, M. 



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His loving-kindness, O how great! 

3. Through numerous hosts of cruel foes, 
Where earth and hell my way oppose, 
He safely leads my soul along — 

His loving-kindness — O how strong! 



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Has gathered thick and thundered loud, 
He near my soul has always stood — 
His loving-kindness, O how good! 

Soon shall I pass the gloomy vale, 
Soon all my mortal powers must fail; 
O may my last expiring breath 
His loving-kindness sing in death. 

Rev. Samuel Medley. 



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1. O that I could forever dwell 

Delighted at the Saviour's feet; 
And view the form I love so well, 
And all His tender words repeat. 

2. The world shut out from all my soul, 

And heaven brought in with all its bliss, 
O is there aught, from pole to pole, 
One moment to compare with this? 



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3. This is the hidden life I prize — ■ 

A life of penitential love; 
When most my follies I despise, 

And raise my highest thoughts above; 

4. Thus would I live till nature fail, 

And all my former sins forsake; 
Then rise to God within the vail, 
And of eternal joys partake. 

Rev. Andrew Reed. 



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The sun gone down, 
Darkness be over me, 

My rest a stone, — 
Yet in my dreams I'd be 
Nearer, my God, to Thee, 

Nearer to Thee. 

There let the way appear 
Steps up to heaven: 

All that Thou sendest me 
In mercy given: 

Angels to beckon me 

Nearer, my God, to Thee, 
Nearer to Thee. 



Out of my stony griefs 

Bethel I'll raise; 
So by my woes to be 
Nearer, my God, to Thee, 

Nearer to Thee. 

5. Or if on joyful wing 

Cleaving the sky, 
Sun, moon, and stars forgot, 

Upward I fly, 
Still all my song shall be, 
Nearer, my God, to Thee, 

Nearer to Thee. 

Mrs. Sarah F. Adams. 



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1. More love to Thee, Christ, 

More love to Thee! 
Hear Thou the prayer I make 

On bended knee; 
This is my earnest plea, 
More love, O Christ, to Thee, 

More love to Thee! 

2. Once earthly joy I craved, 

Sought peace and rest; 
Now Thee alone I seek, 



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This all my prayer shall be, 
More love, O Christ, to Thee, 

More love to Thee! 

Then shall my latest breath 

Whisper Thy praise; 
This be the parting cry 

My heart shall raise,. 
This still its prayer shall be, 
More love, O Christ, to Thee, 

More love to Thee! 

Elizabeth P. Prentiss. 



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'Tis the holy peace of God — 
Symbol of the peace within, 
When the spirit rests from sin. 

3. Still the Spirit lingers near, 
Where the evening worshiper 

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Pressing onward to the prize. 

4. Saviour, may our Sabbaths be 
Days of peace and joy in Thee, 
Till in heaven our souls repose, 
Where the Sabbath ne'er shall close. 

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35* HEBRON, L. M. 



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A depth where all our thoughts are drowned! 
The stars He numbers, and their names 
He gives to all those heavenly flames. 

3. Through each bright world above, behold 
Ten thousand thousand charms unfold; 
Earth, air, and mighty seas combine 

To speak His wisdom all-Divine. 

4. But in redemption — O what grace! 

Its wonders — O what thought can trace! 
Here wisdom shines forever bright — 
Praise Him, my soul, with sweet delight. 
Rev. John fleedham. 

36. 

1. Now, in a song of grateful praise, 
To my dear Lord my voice I'll raise; 
With all His saints I'll join to tell, 
That Jesus hath done all things well. 

2. All worlds His glorious power confess; 
His wisdom all His works express; 
But O His love, what tongue can tell! 
My Jesus has done all things well. 

3. I spurned His grace — I broke His laws, 
But yet He undertook my cause, 

To save me though I did rebel: 
My Jesus has done all things well. 

4. At last my soul has known His love, 
What mercy has He made me prove! 
Mercy which doth all praise excel; 
My Jesus has done all things well. 



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And in His arms resign my breath, 
Then, then, my happy soul shall tell, 
My Jesus has done all things well. 

6. And when to that bright world I rise, 
And join sweet seraphs in the skies, 
Above the rest this note shall swell, 
My Jesus has done all things well. 

Rev, Samuel Medley. 



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To sing His everlasting fame; 

Great God, prepare each heart and voice, 
In Him forever to rejoice. 

2. With Him I daily love to walk, 
Of Him my soul delights to talk;. 
On Him I cast my every care; 
Like Him one day I shall appear. 

3. Take Him for strength and righteousness, 
Make Him thy refuge in distress; 

Love Him above all earthly joy, 
And Him in everything employ. 

4. Praise Him in cheerful, grateful songs, 
To Him your highest praise belongs; 
Bless Him Who does your heaven prepare, 
And Whom you'll praise forever there. 

Rev. Samuel Medley. 



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The oil of gladness on our heads; 

A place than all besides more sweet; 
It is the blood-bought mercy-seat. 

3. There is a spot where spirits blend, 
Where friend holds fellowship with friend; 
Though sundered far, by faith they meet 
Around one common mercy-seat. 

4. Ah, whither could we flee for aid, 
When tempted, desolate, dismayed? 
Or how the hosts of hell defeat, 
Had suffering saints no mercy-seat? 

5. There, there on eagle wings we soar, 
And sin and sense molest no more; 

And Heaven comes down our souls to greet, 
And glory crowns the mercy-seat. 

Rev. Hugh Stowell. 

39* OEIEL. L, M, Page 6. 

1. What various hindrances we meet 
In coming to the mercy-seat! 

Yet who that knows the worth of prayer 
But wishes to be often there? 

2. Prayer makes the darkened cloud with- 

draw; 
Prayer climbs the ladder Jacob saw; 
Gives exercise to faith and love; 
Brings every blessing from above. 

3. Restsaining prayer, we cease to fight; 
Prayer makes the Christian's armor bright: 



And Satan trembles when he sees 
The weakest saint upon his knees. 

William Cowper. 

40* OLD HUNDRED. L, Iff. Page 1. 




1. All praise to Thee, my God, this night, 
For all the blessings of the light: 
Keep me, O keep me, King of kings, 
Beneath Thine Own almighty wings. 

2. Forgive me, Lord, for Thy dear Son, 
The ill that I this day have done; 
That with the world, myself, and Thee, 
I, ere I sleep, at peace may be. 

3. O may my soul on Thee repose, 

And with sweet sleep mine eyelids close; 
Sleep, that shall me more vigorous make, 
To serve my God when I awake. 

4. When in the night I sleepless lie, 

My soul with heavenly thoughts supply, 
Let no ill dreams disturb my rest, 
No powers of darkness me molest. 

5. Praise God, from Whom all blessings flow; 
Praise Him, all creatures here below; 
Praise Him above, ye heavenly host; 
Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. 

Bishop Thomas Ken. 



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41 ♦ ST. MARTIN'S, C, M, 



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Shame and reproaches be, 
All hail reproach and welcome shame, 
If Thou remember me. 

3. When worn with pain, disease, and grief, 

This feeble body see; 
Grant patience, rest, and kind relief; 
Hear and remember me. 

4. When in the solemn hour of death, 

I wait Thy just decree, 
Saviour, with my last parting breath, 
I'll cry, Remember me. 

5. And when before Thy throne I stand, 

And lift my soul to Thee, 
Then, with the saints at Thy right hand, 
O Lord, remember me. 

Rev. Thomas Haweis. 

42- 

1. Come, happy souls, approach your God 

With new, melodious songs; 

Come, render to almighty grace 

The tribute of your tongues. 

2. So strange, so boundless was the love 

That pitied dying men, 
The Father sent His equal Son 
To give them life again. 

3. Thus all was merciful and mild, 

And wrath forsook the throne, 



When Christ on the kind errand came, 
And brought salvation down. 

4- See, dearest Lord, our willing souls 
Accept Thine offered grace; 
We bless the great Redeemer's love, 
And give the Father praise. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 
43* SILOAM. 0, ][. Page 97. 



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1. I love to steal awhile away 

From every cumbering care, 
And spend the hours of setting day 
In humble, grateful prayer. 

2. I love to think on mercies past, 

And future good implore, 
And all my cares and sorrows cast 
On Him Whom I adore. 

3. I love by faith to take a view 

Of brighter scenes in heaven; 
The prospect doth my strength renew, 
While here by tempests driven. 

4. Thus, when life's toilsome day is o'er, 

May its departing ray 
Be calm as this impressive hour, 
And lead to endless day. 

Phoebe H. Brown. 



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Ralph Harrison. 




2. My gracious Master, and my God, 

Assist me to proclaim, 
To spread through all the earth abroad, 
The honors of Thy name. 

3. Jesus, — the name that charms our fears, 

That bids our sorrows cease; 
'T is music in the sinner's ears, 
'T is life, and health, and peace. 

4. He breaks the power of reigning sin, 

He sets the prisoner free; 
His blood can make the foulest clean; 
His blood availed for me. 

5. He speaks, and, listening to His voice, 

New life the dead receive; 
The mournful, broken hearts rejoice; 
The humble poor believe. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 



AVON. C. M. Page 4 7 



3. We for His sake count all things loss, 

On earthly things look down; 
And joyfully sustain the cross, 
Till we receive the crown. 

4. O let us stir each other up, 

Our faith by works to prove, 
By holy, purifying hope, 
And the sweet task of love. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 
46* AZMON, C. M, Page 39- 




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1. Lift up your hearts to things above, 

Ye followers of the Lamb, 
And join with us to praise His love, 
And glorify His name. 

2. To Jesus' name give thanks and sing, 

Whose mercies never end. 
Rejoice! rejoice! the Lord is King; 
The King is now our Friend. 



1. Come, ye that 4ove the Saviour's name 

And joy to make it known, 
The Sovereign of your hearts proclaim, 
And bow before His throne. 

2. Behold your King, your Saviour, crowned 

With glories all-Divine; 
And tell the wondering nations round 
How bright those glories shine. 

3. W T hen, in His earthly courts, we view 

The glories of our King, 
We long to love as angels do, 
And wish like them to sing. 

4. O for the day, that glorious day, 

When heaven and earth shall raise, 
With all their powers, the raptured lay, 
To celebrate His praise! 



Anne Steele, 



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47* COOLING. C. M. 

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2. Prayer is the burden of a sigh, 

The falling of a tear; 
The upward glancing of an eye, 
When none but God is near. 

3. Prayer is the simplest form of speech, 

That infant lips can try; 
Prayer, the sublimest strains that reach 
The Majesty on high. 

4. Prayer is the contrite sinner's voice, 

Returning from his ways, 
While angels in their songs rejoice, 
And cry, "Behold, he prays." 

5. Prayer is the Christian's vital breath, 

The Christian's native air; 
His watchword at the gates of death — 
He enters heaven with prayer. 

6. O Thou, by Whom we come to God, 

The Life, the Truth, the Way, 
The path of prayer Thyself hast trod — 
"Lord, teach us how to pray." 

James Montgomery. 
48 + ORTONVILLE, C. M, Page 45. 



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And make Thy glory known; 
Now let us all Thy presence feel, 
And soften hearts ot stone. 



2. Help us to venture near Thy throne 

And plead a Saviour's name; 
For all that we can call our own 
Is vanity and shame. 

3. Send down Thy Spirit from above, 

That saints may love Thee more; 
And sinners now may learn to love, 
Who never loved before. 

4. And when before Thee we appear, 

In our eternal home, 
May growing numbers worship here, 
And praise Thee in our room. 

Rev. John /Newton. 

1. What shall I render to my God, 

For all His kindness shown? 
My feet shall visit Thine abode, 
My songs address Thy throne. 

2. Among the saints that fill Thine house, 

My offering shall be paid; 
There shall my zeal perform the vows, 
My soul in anguish made. 

3. How much is mercy Thy delight, 

Thou ever blessed God! 
How dear Thy servants in Thy sight! 
How precious is their blood! 

4. How happy all Thy servants are! 

How great Thy grace to me! 
My life, which Thou hast made Thy care, 
Lord, I devote to Thee. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 



PRAYER AND PRAISE-GENERAL HYMNS. 



MARLOW, C. M. 




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All time, and toil, and care; 

Labor is rest, and pain is sweet, 

If Thou, my God, art here. 

3. Here, then, my God, vouchsafe to stay, 

And make my heart rejoice; 
My bounding heart shall own Thy sway, 
And echo to Thy voice. 

4. Thou callest me to seek Thy face: 

'T is all I wish to s.eek; 
To attend the whispers of Thy grace, 
And hear Thee inly speak. 

5. Let this my every hour employ, 

Till I Thy glory see, 
Enter into my Master's joy, 
And find my heaven in Thee. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 
51* ST, MARTIN'S, C. M, Page 22. 




i. There is an eye that never sleeps 
Beneath the wing of night; 
There is an ear that never shuts 
When sink the beams of light. 

2. There is an arm that never tires 

. When human strength gives way; 
There is a love that never fails 
When earthly loves decay. 

3. That eye is fixed on seraph throngs; 

That arm upholds the sky; 



That ear is filled with angel songs; 
That love is throned on high. 

4. But there's a power which man can wield 

When mortal aid is vain, 
That eye, that arm, that love to reach, 
That listening ear to gain. 

5. That power is prayer, which soars on high, 

Through Jesus to the throne, 
And moves the hand which moves the 
world, 
To bring salvation down. 

Rev. James C. Wallace. 

52 ♦ 

1. How sweet, to be allowed to pray 

To God, the Holy One; 
With filial love and trust to say, 
O God, Thy will be done! 

2. We in these sacred words can find 

A cure for every ill; 
They calm and soothe the troubled mind, 
And bid all care be still. 

3. O let that Will which gave me breath 

And an immortal soul, 
In joy or grief, in life or death, 
My every wish control. 

4. O teach my heart the blessed way, 

To imitate Thy Son! 
Teach me, O God, in truth to pray, 
Thy will, not mine, be done. 



Mrs. Eliza Lee Follen. 



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53* BEATITUDO. C. M. 



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The rising plant destroy, 
But let it yield a hundred-fold 
The fruits of peace and joy. 

3. Let not Thy word, so kindly sent 

To raise us to Thy throne, 
Return to Thee, and sadly tell 
That we reject Thy Son. 

4. Oft as the precious seed is sown, 

Thy quickening grace bestow, 
That all whose souls the truth receive, 
Its saving power may know. 

Rev. John Cawood. 

54/ 

1. To OUR Redeemer's glorious name 

Awake the sacred song: 
O may His love — immortal flame — 
Tune every heart and tongue. 

2. Dear Lord, while we adoring pay 

Our humble thanks to Thee, 
May every heart with rapture say, 
The Saviour died for me. 

3. O may the sweet, the blissful theme 

Fill every heart and tongue, 
Till strangers love Thy charming name, 
And join the sacred song. 

Anne Steele. 

55* 

1. Our Father, God, Who art in heaven, 
All hallowed be Thy name; 



Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done 
In heaven and earth the same. 

2. Give us this day our daily bread; 

And as we those forgive 
Who sin against us, so may we 
Forgiving grace receive. 

3. Into temptation lead us not; 

From evil set us free; 
And Thine the kingdom, Thine the power 
And glory, ever be. 

Adoniram Judson. 

56* 

1. Lord, when we bend before Thy throne, 

And our confessions pour, 
Teach us to feel the sins we own, 
And hate what we deplore. 

2. Our broken spirits, pitying, see, 

And penitence impart; 
Then let a kindling glance from Thee 
Beam hope upon the heart. 

3. When we disclose our wants in prayer, 

May we our wills resign; 
And not a thought our bosom share 
Which is not wholly Thine. 

4. Let faith each meek petition fill, 

And waft it to the skies; 
And teach our hearts, 'tis goodness still 
That grants it, or denies. 

Rev. Joseph Dacre Carlyle. 



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Mv ransom from the dreadful sruilt And tune Thv neoDle's heart. 



I'd sing the precious blood He spilt, 
My ransom from the dreadful guilt 

Of sin, and wrath Divine; 
I'd sing His glorious righteousness, 
In which all-perfect, heavenly dress, 

My soul shall ever shine. 

3. I'd sing the characters He bears, 
And all the forms of love He wears, 

Exalted on His throne. 
In loftiest songs of sweetest praise, . 
I would to everlasting days 

Make all His glories known. 

4. Soon the delightful day will come 
When my dear Lord will bring me home, 

And I shall see His face; 
Then with my Saviour, Brother, Friend, 
A blest eternity I'll spend, 

Triumphant in His grace. 

Rev. Samuel Medley. 



MEBIBAH, 8, 8, 6, 8, 8, 6, Page 290. 




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I. Jesus, Thou soul of all our joys, 
For Whom we now lift up our voice, 

And all our strength exert, 
Vouchsafe the grace we humbly claim; 



Compose into a thankful frame, 
And tune Thy people's heart. 

While in the heavenly work we join, 
Thy glory be our whole design, 

Thy glory, not our own: 
Still let us keep this end in view, 
And still the pleasing task pursue, 

To please our God alone. 

Thee let us praise, our common Lord, 
And sweetly join, with one accord, 

Thy goodness to proclaim: 
Jesus, Thyself in us reveal, 
And all our faculties shall feel 

Thy harmonizing name. 

With calmly reverential joy, 
O let us all our lives employ 

In setting forth Thy love; 
And raise in death our triumph higher, 
And sing, with all the heavenlv choir, 

That endless song above. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 
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To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, 
The God Whom heaven's triumphant host 

And saints on earth adore, 
Be glory as in ages past, 
As now it is, and so shall last, 
When time shall be no more. 



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59* OERAR, S.'M. 



Dr. Lowell Mason. 




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O Thou almighty King; 
Here we present the solemn vow, 
And hymns of praise we sing. 

3. While in Thy house we kneel, 

With trust and holy fear, 
Thy mercy and Thy truth reveal, 
And lend a gracious ear. 

4. Lord, teach our hearts to pray, 

And tune our lips to sing; 
Nor from Thy presence cast away 
The sacrifice we bring. 

Thomas Jervis. 



BOYLSTON, S. M. Page 83. 



4. God is our strength and song, 

And His salvation ours; 
Then be His love in Christ proclaimed 
With all our ransomed powers. 

5. Stand up, and bless the Lord; 

The Lord your God adore; 
Stand up, and bless His glorious name, 
Henceforth for evermore. 

James Montgomery 
61 ♦ LABAN, S. M, Page 77. 




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1. Stand up, and bless the Lord, 

Ye people of His choice; 
Stand up, and bless the Lord your God, 
With heart and soul and voice. 

2. Though high above all praise, 

Above all blessing high, 
Who would not fear His holy name, 
And laud, and magnify? 

3. O for the living flame, 

From His Own alter brought, 
To touch our lips, our souls inspire, 
And wing to heaven our thought! 



1. Father, in Whom we live, 

In Whom we are and move, 
All glory, power and praise receive, 
For Thy creating love. 

2. O Thou incarnate Word, 

Let all Thy ransomed race 
Unite in thanks, with one accord, 
For Thy redeeming grace. 

3. Spirit of holiness, 

Let all Thy saints adore 
Thy sacred gifts, and join to bless 
Thy heart-renewing power. 

4. The grace on man bestowed, 

Ye heavenly choirs, proclaim, 
And cry, Salvation to our God! 
Salvation to the Lamb! 

Rev. Charles Wesley 



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2. Thy name salvation is, 

Which here we come to prove; 
Thy name is life, and health, and peace, 
And everlasting love. 

3. Not in the name of pride 

Or selfishness we meet; 
From nature's paths we turn aside, 
And worldly thoughts forget. 

4. We meet the grace to take, 

Which Thou hast freely given; 
We meet on earth for Thy dear sake, 
That we may meet in heaven. 

5. Present we know Thou art, 

But, Thyself reveal! 
Now, Lord, let every bounding heart 
Thy mighty comfort feel. 

6. O may Thy quickening voice 

The death of sin remove; 
And bid our inmost souls rejoice, 
In hope of perfect love. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

63. 

1. Awake, and sing the song 

Of Moses and the Lamb; 
Wake every heart and every tongue 
To praise the Saviour's name. 

2. Sing of His dying love; 

Sing of His rising power; 
Sing how He intercedes above 
For those whose sins He bore. 



3. Sing on your heavenly way, 

Ye ransomed sinners, sing; 
Sing on, rejoicing every day 
In Christ, the eternal King. 

4. Soon shall we hear Him say, 

Ye blessed children, come; 
Soon will He call us hence away, 
To our eternal home. 

5. There shall each raptured tongue 

His endless praise proclaim; 
And sweeter voices tune the song 
Of Moses and the Lamb. 

Rev. William Hammond. 

1. Blest are the pure in heart, 

For they shall see our God; 

The secret of the Lord is theirs, 

Their soul is Christ's abode. 

2. The Lord W T ho left the heavens, 

Our life and peace to bring, 
To dwell in lowliness with men, 
Their Pattern and their King, — 

3. He to the lowly soul 

Doth still Himself impart; 
And for His dwelling and His throne 
Chooseth the pure in heart. 

4. Lord, we Thy presence seek; 

May ours this blessing be: 
Give us a pure and lowly heart, 
A temple meet for Thee. 

Rev. John Keble. 



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Sinks my heart with troubled fear; 
Give me faith for clearer vision, 
Speak Thou, Lord, in words of cheer. 
Let me hear Thy voice behind me, 
Calming all these wild alarms; 
Let me, underneath my weakness, 
Feel the everlasting arms. 



66* 11, 12, 12, 10, See NICAEA, page 31. 

1. Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty! 

Early in the morning our song shall rise to 
Thee; 
Holy, holy, holy, merciful and mighty, 
God in three persons, blessed Trinity! 

2. Holy, holy, holy! all the saints adore Thee, 

Casting down their golden crowns around 

the glassy sea; 
Cherubim and seraphim falling down before 

Thee, 
Which wert and art and evermore shalt be. 

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3. Feeble, trembling, fainting, dying, 
Lord, I cast myself on Thee; 
Tarry with me through the darkness; 
While I sleep, still watch by me. 
Tarry with me, O my Saviour! 
Lay my head upon Thy breast 
Till the morning; then awake me — 
Morning of eternal rest! 

Mrs. Caroline L. Smith. 

3. Holy, holy, holy! though the darkness hide 
Thee, 

Though the eye of sinful man Thy -glory 
may not see; 
Only Thou art holy; there is none beside Thee 
Perfect in power, in love and purity. - 

4. Holy, holy, holy! Lord God Almighty! 
All Thy works shall praise Thy name, in 

earth and sky and sea; 
Holy, holy, holy! merciful and mighty; 
God in three persons, blessed Trinity! 

Bishop Reginald Heber. 



PRAYER AND PRAISE ~GEN ERAL HYMNS. 
TRUST, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7. 



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2. What Thou shalt to-day provide, 
Let me as a child receive; 

What tomorrow may betide, 
Calmly to Thy wisdom leave: 

'T is enough that Thou wilt care; 
Why should I the burden bear? 

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3. As a little child relies 

On a care beyond his own, 
Knows he's neither strong nor wise, 

Fears to stir a step alone; — 
Let me thus with Thee abide, 
As my Father, Guard, and Guide. 

Rev. John /Newton. 



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Thy presence and Thy love; 
That we may serve Thee here below, 
And reign with Thee above. 

3. Teach me to live by faith; 

Conform my will to Thine; 
Let me victorious be in death, 
And then in glory shine. 

4. If Thou these blessings give, 

And Thou our portion be, 
All worldly joys we'll gladly leave, 
To find our heaven in Thee. 

Rev. John Newton. 

69- 

1. My God, my Life, my Love ! 

To Thee, to Thee I eall; 
I cannot live if Thou remove, 
For Thou art All in all. 

2. Thy shining grace can cheer 

This dungeon where I dwell; 
'T-is Paradise when Thou art here; 
If Thou depart 't is hell. 

3. The smilings of Thy face, 

How amiable they are! 
'T is heaven to rest in Thine embrace, 
And nowhere else but there. 

4. Not all the harps above 

Can make a heavenly place, 
If God His residence remove, 
Or but conceal His face. 



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Where all my pleasures roll; 
The Circle where my passions move, 
And Center of my soul. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 
"70* STATE STREET. S. M, Page 65. 




1. Father! I own Thy voice, 

I seek Thy loving face; 
The fountain of my sweetest joys 
Is Thine abounding grace. 

2. Saviour! I cling to Thee, 

Thou Victor in the strife; 
Thy blood-paid ransom set me free, 
My Peace, my Hope, my Life. 

3. Father! behold Thy child; 

Guide me, and guard from ill; 
In dangers thick, through deserts wild, 
Be my Protector still. 

4. Saviour! gird me with power 

For Thee the cross to bear; 

Victorious in temptation's hour, 

Safe from the secret snare. 

5. Ancient of days! to Thee 

By love celestial drawn, 
My soul Thy majesty shall see, 
And greet its glory's dawn. 

Rev. Samuel Wollcott. 



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All the stores of heaven are Thine; 
And in Thee all good possessing, 

I rejoice that Thou, art mine. 
Though my pilgrim way be dreary, 

And my journey hard and long, 
Thou canst make it bright and cheery, 

And all jubilant with song. 

3. Keep my heart from sad repining, 

With the joy that is in Thee; 
And, amid the darkness shining, 

Let me still Thy presence see. 
So my life shall tell the story 

Of Thy faithful, loving care, 
Till I see Thee in Thy glory, 

And Thy heavenly kingdom share. 

Rev. H. B. Hartzler. 

72* ELLESDIE, 8, 7, 8, 7, D. Page 30. 




1. Round the Lord, in glory seated, 

Cherubim and seraphim 
Filled His temple, and repeated 

Each to each the alternate hymn: 
Lord, Thy glory fills the heaven; 

Earth is with its fulness stored; 



Unto Thee be glory given, 
Holy, holy, holy Lord! 

Heaven is still with glory ringing; 

Earth takes up the angels' cry, 
Holy, holy, holy, singing, 

Lord of Hosts, the Lord Most High. 
With His seraph train before Him, 

With His holy Church below, 
Thus unite we to adore Him, 

Bid we thus our anthem flow: 

, Lord, Thy glory fills the heaven, 
Earth is with its fulness stored: 
Unto Thee be glory given, 

Holy, holy, holy Lord! 
Thus Thy glorious name confessing, 

We adopt the angels' cry, 
Holy, holy, holy! blessing 
Thee the Lord of hosts Most High. 

Bishop Richard Mant. 

D0X0L0GY. 

Glory be to God the Father, 

Glory be to God the Son, 
Glory be to God the Spirit, 

Great Jehovah, Three in One: 
Glory be to Him Who loved us, 

Washed us from each spot and stain; 
Glory be to Him Who bought us, 

Made us kin^s with Him to reiscn. 



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73* DUKE STREET. L. M, 

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His justice guards His holy law; 
His love reveals a smiling face; 

His truth and promise seal the grace. 

3. Through all His works His wisdom shines, 
And baffles Satan's deep designs; 

His power is sovereign to fulfill 
The noblest counsels of His will. 

4. And will this glorious Lord descend 
To be my Father and my Friend? 
Then let my songs with angels join; 
Heaven is secure, if God be mine. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

1. Great God, attend, while Zion sings 
The joy that from Thy presence springs; 
To spend one day with Thee on earth 
Exceeds a thousand days of mirth. 

2. Might I enjoy the meanest place 
Within Thy house, O God of grace, 
Not tents of ease, nor thrones of power, 
Should tempt my feet to leave Thy door. 

3. God is our Sun, He makes our day; 
God is our Shield, He guards our way 
From all assaults of hell and sin, 
From foes without, and foes within. 

4. All needful grace will God bestow, 
And crown that grace with glory, too; 



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Servants of God, in joyful lays, 
Sing ye the Lord Jehovah's praise; 
His glorious name let all adore, 
From age to age, for evermore. 

Blest be that name, supremely blest, 
From the sun's rising to its rest; 
Above the heavens His power is known, 
Through all the earth His goodness shown. 

Who is like God? so great, so high, 
He bows Himself to view the sky; 
And yet, with condescending grace, 
Looks down upon the human race. 

He hears the uncomplaining moan 
Of those who sit and weep alone; 
He lifts the mourner from the dust; 
In Him the poor may safely trust. 

O then, aloud, in joyful lays, 
Sing to the Lord Jehovah's praise; 
His saving name let all adore, 
From age to age, for evermore. 

James Montgomery. 



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Till suns shall rise and set no more. 

3. Your lofty themes, ye mortals, bring; 
In songs of praise Divinely sing: 
The great salvation loud proclaim: 
And shout for joy the Saviour's name. 

4. In every land begin the song: 
To every land the strains belong; 
In cheerful sounds all voices raise, 
And till the world with loudest praise. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

77* OLD HUNDRED, L, M, Page 1. 

1. Before Jehovah's awful throne, 

Ye nations, bow with sacred joy; 
Know that the Lord is God alone; 
He can create, and He destroy. 

2. His sovereign power, without our aid, 

Made us of clay, and formed us men; 
And when like wandering sheep we strayed, 
He brought us to His fold again. 

3. We'll crowd Thy gates with thankful songs, 

High as the heavens our voices raise; 
And earth, with her ten thousand tongues, 
Shall rill Thy courts with sounding praise. 

4. Wide as the world is Thy command; 

Vast as eternity Thy love; 



Firm as a rock Thy truth must stand, 
When rolling years shall cease to move. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

78* See CREATION, page 286. 

1. The spacious firmament on high, 
With all the blue ethereal sky, 

And spangled heavens, a shining frame, 
Their great Original proclaim. 

2. The unwearied sun, from day to day, 
Does his Creator's power display, 
And publishes to every land 

The work of an almighty hand. 

3. Soon as the evening shades prevail, 
The moon takes up the wondrous tale, 
And nightly to the listening earth 
Repeats the story of her birth; 

4. Whilst all the stars that round her burn, 
And all the planets in their turn, 
Confirm the tidings as they roll, 

And spread the truth from pole to pole. 

5. What though in solemn silence all 
Move round the dark terrestrial ball? 
What though no real voice nor sound 
Amid their radiant orbs be found? 

6. In reason's ear they all rejoice, 
And utter forth a glorious voice; 
Forever singing, as they shine, 
The hand that made us is Divine. 

Joseph Addison. 



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And wander wide and long, 
Still are we held in Thine embrace, 
O love of God, most strong! 

3. The saddened heart, the restless soul, 

The toil-worn frame and mind, 
Alike confess Thy sweet control, 
O love of Godf most kind! 

4. But not alone Thy care we claim 

Our wayward steps to win; 
We know Thee by a dearer name, 
O love of God, within! 

5. And filled and quickened by Thy breath, 

Our souls are strong and free 
To rise o'er sin, and fear, and death, 
O love of God, to Thee! 

Eliza Scudder. 

80* MANOAH, C. M, Page 167. 
i. O God, our Help in ages past, 

Our Hope for years to come, 
Our Shelter from the stormy blast, 

And our Eternal Home! 

2. Under the shadow of Thy throne 

Still may we dwell secure; 
Sufficient is Thine arm alone, 
And our defense is sure. 

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Before the rising sun. 

4. Time, like an ever-rolling stream, 

Bears all its sons away; 
They fly forgotten, as a dream 
Dies at the opening day. 

5. O God, our Help in ages past, 

Our Hope for years to come, 
Be Thou our Guide while life shall last, 
And our Eternal Home! 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

81. 

1. O how I fear Thee, living God! 

With deepest, tenderest fears, 
And worship Thee with trembling hope, 
And penitential tears. 

2. Yet I may love Thee, too, O Lord! 

Almighty as Thou art, 
For Thou hast stooped to ask of me 
The love of my poor heart. 

3. No earthly father loves like Thee, 

No mother half so mild 
Bears and forbears, as Thou hast done, 
With me, Thy sinful child. 

4. Father of Jesus! love's Reward! 

What rapture will it be 
Prostrate before Thy throne to lie, 
And gaze and gaze on Thee! 

Rev. Frederick W. Faber. 



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Man decays and ages move; 
But His mercy waneth never; 
God is Wisdom, God is Love. 

3. E'en the hour that darkest seemeth 

Will His changeless goodness prove; 
From the gloom His brightness streameth; 
God is Wisdom, God is Love. 

4. He with earthly cares entwineth 

Hope and comfort from above; 
Everywhere His glory shineth; 
God is Wisdom, God is Love. 

Sir John Bowring. 



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Is most wonderfully kind. 

4. If our love were but more simple, 
We should take Him at His word; 
And our lives would be all sunshine 
In the sweetness of our Lord. 

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There's a kindness in His justice, 
Which is more than liberty. 

2. There is welcome for the sinner, 

And more graces for the good; 

There is mercy with the Saviour; 

There is healing in His blood. 

3. For the love of God is broader 

Than the measure of man's mind; 



1. O my soul, bless thou Jehovah, 

All within me, bless His name; 
Bless Jehovah, and forget not 
All His mercies to proclaim. 

2. Who forgives all thy transgressions, 

Thy diseases all Who heals; 
Who redeems thee from destruction, 
Who with thee so kindly deals. 

3. Who with tender mercies crowns thee, 

Who with good things fills thy mouth, 
So that even like the eagle 
Thou hast been restored to youth. 

4. In His righteousness, Jehovah 

Will deliver those distressed; 
He will execute just judgment 
In the cause of all oppressed. 

Anon. 



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85* EVAN, C. M. 



William Henry Havergal. 




2. The birds, that rise on quivering wing, 

Proclaim their Maker's praise, 
And all the mingling sounds of spring 
To Thee an anthem raise. 

3. Shall I be mute, great God, alone 

'Midst nature's loud acclaim? 
Shall not my heart, with answering tone, 
Breathe forth Thy holy name? 

4. All nature's debt is small to mine, 

Nature shall cease to be; 
Thou gavest — proof of love Divine — 
Immortal life to me. Mrs. Amelia Opie. 

86* ARCADIA, C. M. Page 55- 
1. Let every tongue Thy goodness speak, 
Thou sovereign Lord of all! 



Thy strengthening hands uphold the weak, 
And raise the poor that fall. 

2. Thou knowest the pains Thy servants feel, 

Thou hear'st Thy children's cry; 
And their best wishes to fulfill, 
Thy grace is ever nigh. 

3. Thy mercy never shall remove 

From men of heart sincere; 
Thou sav'st the souls whose humble love 
Is joined with holy fear. 

4. My lips shall dwell upon Thy praise, 

And spread Thy name abroad; 
Let all the sons of Adam raise 
The honors of their God. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 



87+ 8, 8, 6, 8, 8, 6, See ARIEL, page 39. 

1. Thou God of power, Thou God of love, 
Whose glory fills the realms above, 
Whose praises angels sing, 

And veil their faces while they cry, 
Thrice holy, to their God Most High, 
Thrice holy, to their King. 

2. Thee as our God we too would claim, 
And bless the Saviour's precious name, 



Through Whom this grace is given: 
He bore the curse to sinners due, 
He forms their ruined souls anew, 
And makes them heirs of heaven. 

3. The veil that hides Thy glory rend, 
And here in saving power descend, 
And fix Thy blest abode; 
Here to our hearts Thyself reveal, 
And let each waiting spirit feel 
The presence of our God. John Walker. 



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2. Immortal honor to the Son, 

Who makes Thine anger cease; 
Our lives He ransomed with His Own, 
And died to make our peace. 

3. To Thy almighty Spirit be 

Immortal glory given, 
Whose influence brings us near to Thee, 
And trains us up for heaven. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

1. My God, how wonderful Thou art! 
Thy majesty how bright! 

ARIEL, 8, 8, 6, 8, 8, 6, 




How beautiful Thy mercy-seat 
In depths of burning light! 

2. How dread are Thine eternal years, 

O everlasting Lord, 
By prostrate spirits, day and night, 
Incessantly adored! 

3. How beautiful, how beautiful, 

The sight of Thee must be, 
Thine endless wisdom, boundless power, 
And awful purity! 

Rev. Frederick W. Faber. 

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3. No more let sins and sorrows grow, 

Nor thorns infest the ground; 
He comes to make His blessings flow 
Far as the curse is found. 

4. He rules the world with truth and grace, 

And makes the nations prove 
The glories of His righteousness, 
And wonders of His love. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

91. 

1. Hark, the glad sound! the Saviour comes, 

The Saviour promised long; 
Let every heart prepare a throne, 
And every voice a song. 

2. He comes the prisoner to release 

In Satan's bondage held; 



The gates of brass before Him burst, 
The iron fetters yield. 

3. He comes, the broken heart to bind, 
The bleeding soul to cure, 
And, with the treasures of His grace, 
Enrich the humble poor. 

Rev. Philip Doddridge. 

1. To us a Child of hope is born, 

To us a Son is given; 
Him shall the tribes of earth obey, 
Him, all the hosts of heaven. 

2. His name shall be the Prince of Peace, 

For evermore adored; 
The Wonderful, the Counsellor, 
The great and mighty Lord. 

3. His power, increasing, still shall spread; 

His reign no end shall know; 
Justice shall guard His throne above, 
And peace abound below. 

Rev. John Morison. 



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93* PALMER. 11, 10, 11, 10. Dr. Lowell Mason. 




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Maker, and Monarch, and Saviour of all. 

3. Say, shall we yield Him, in costly devotion, 

Odors of Edom and offerings Divine? 
Gems of the mountain and pearls of the 
ocean, 
Myrrh from the forest, or gold from the 
mine? 

4. Vainly we offer each ample oblation; 

Vainly with gifts would His favor secure; 
Richer by far is the heart's adoration; 
Dearer to God are the prayers of the poor. 
Bishop Reginald Heber. 

94. 

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Wake, for thy foes shall oppress thee no 

more; 
Bright o'er thy hills dawns the day-star of 

gladness; 
Rise! for the night of thy sorrow is o'er. 

Strong were thy foes, but the arm that 
subdued them, 
And scattered their legions, was mightier 
far; 
They fled like the chaff from the scourge 
that pursued them; 
Vain were their steeds and their chariots 
of war! 

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Praised with the harp and the timbrel 
should be: 
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slaved thee; 
Darkness is vanquished, and Zion is free! 

Anon. 



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With peaceful wings unfurled, 
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O'er all the weary world: 
Above its sad and lowly plains 

They bend on hovering wing, 
And ever o'er its Babel-sounds 

The blessed angels sing. 

3. O ye, beneath life's crushing load, 

Whose forms are bending low, 
Who toil along the climbing way 

With painful steps and slow; 
Look now, for glad and golden hours 

Come swiftly on the wing; 
O rest beside the weary road, 

And hear the angels sing. 

4. For lo, the days are hastening on, 

By prophet-bards foretold, 
When with the ever-circling years 

Comes round the age of gold; 
When peace shall over all the earth 

Its ancient splendors fling, 
And the whole world give back the song 

Which now the angels sing. 

Rev. Edmund H. Sears. 



96* VARINA, C. M, D, Page 269. 

1. Calm on the listening ear of night 

Come heaven's melodious strains, 
Where wild Judea stretches forth 

Her silver-mantled plains; 
Celestial choirs from courts above 

Shed sacred glories there; 
And angels, with their sparkling lyres, 

Make music on the air. 

2. The answering hills of Palestine 

Send back the glad reply, 
And greet from all their holy heights 

The Day-spring from on high: 
O'er the blue depths of Galilee 

There comes a holier calm; 
And Sharon waves in solemn praise 

Her silent groves of palm. 

3. Glory to God! the lofty strain 

The realm of ether fills; 
How sweeps the song of solemn joy 

O'er Judah's sacred hills! 
Glory to God! the sounding skies 

Loud with their anthems ring: 
"Peace on the earth; good will to men, 

From heaven's eternal King." 

Rev. Edmund H. Sears. 



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Had seized their troubled mind), 
"Glad tidings of great joy I bring 
To you and all mankind. 

3. "To you, in David's town, this day 

Is born, of David's line, 
A Saviour, Who is Christ the Lord; 
And this shall be the sign: 

4. "The heavenly Babe you there shall find 

To human view displayed, 
All meanly wrapped in swathing bands, 
And in a manger laid." 

5. Thus spake the seraph, and forthwith 

Appeared a shining throng 
Of angels praising God, and thus 
Addressed their joyful song: 

6. "All glory be to God on high, 

And to the earth be peace; 
Good will henceforth, from heaven to men, 
Begin and never cease." 

flahum Tate. 

98* L, M, See UXBRIDGE, page 70. 

1. All praise to Thee, eternal Lord! 
Clothed in a garb of flesh and blood, 
Choosing a manger for Thy throne, 
While worlds on worlds are Thine alone. 



2. Thou comest in the darksome night 
To make us children of the light, 
To make us, in the realms Divine, 

Like Thine Own angels round Thee shine. 

3. All this for us Thy love hath done; 
By this to Thee our love is won; 
For this we tune our cheerful lays, 

And shout our thanks in ceaseless praise. 

Martin Luther. 
99* L, M, See HAMBURG, page 85. 

1. When marshaled on the nightly plain, 

The glittering host bestud the sky, 
One star alone, of all the train, 

Can fix the sinner's wandering eye. 

2. Once on the raging seas I rode, 

The storm was loud, the night was dark, 
The ocean yawned, and rudely blowed 
The wind that tossed my foundering bark. 

3. Deep horror then my vitals froze; 

Death-struck I ceased the tide to stem; 
When suddenly a star arose, 
It was the Star of Bethlehem. 

4. It was my Guide, my Light, my All; 

It bade my dark forebodings cease; 
And, through the storm and danger's thrall, 
It led me to the port of peace. 

Henry Kirke White. 



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Christ is born, the great Anointed; 

Heaven and earth His glory sing! 
Glad receive Whom God appointed 

For your Prophet, Priest and King. 



3. Hasten, mortals, to adore Him; 

Learn His name, and taste His joy; 
Till in heaven you sing before Him, 

Glory be to God Most High! 
Let us learn the wondrous story 

Of our great Redeemer's birth, 
Spread the brightness of His glory, 
Till it cover all the earth. 

Rev. John Cawood. 



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He knows what sore temptations mean, 
For He hath felt the same. 

3. He, in the days of feeble flesh, 

Poured out His cries and tears; 
And, in His measure, feels afresh 
What every member bears. 



4. He'll never quench the smoking flax, 

But raise it to a flame; 
The bruised reed He never breaks, 
Nor scorns the meanest name. 

5. Then let our humble faith address 

His mercy and His power; 
We shall obtain delivering grace 

In every trying hour. Rev. Isaac Watts. 



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103* ORTONVILLE, CM. Dr. Thomas Hastings. 







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2. Here pardon, life, and joys Divine, 

In rich effusion flow, 
For guilty rebels, lost in sin, 
And doomed to endless woe. 

3. O the rich depth of love Divine! 

Of bliss, a boundless store! 
Dear Saviour, let me call Thee mine; 
I cannot wish for more. 

4. On Thee alone my hope relies, 

Beneath Thy cross I fall; 
My Lord, my Life, my Sacrifice, 
My Saviour and my All. 

Anne Steele. 

103. 

1. Thou art the Way: to Thee alone 

From sin and death we flee; 
And he who would the Father seek, 
Must seek Him, Lord, by Thee. 

2. Thou art the Truth: Thy word alone 

True wisdom can impart; 
Thou only canst inform the mind, 
And purify the heart. 

3. Thou art the Life: the rending tomb 

Proclaims Thy conquering arm; 
' And those who put their trust in Thee 
Nor death nor hell shall harm. 



4. Thou art the Way, the Truth, the Life: 
Grant us that Way to know, 
That Truth to keep, that Life to win, 
Whose joys eternal flow. 

Bishop George W. Doane. 
104* NAOMI, C, M, Page 67. 




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I love to hear of Thee; 
No music's like Thy charming name, 
Nor half so sweet can be. 

2. O let me ever hear Thy voice 

In mercy to me speak; 
In Thee, my Priest, will I rejoice, 
And Thy salvation seek. 

3. My Jesus shall be still my theme, 

While in this world I stay; 

I'll sing my Jesus' lovely name 

When all things else decay. 

4. When I appear in yonder cloud, 

With all Thy favored throng, 
Then will I sing more sweet, more loud, 
And Christ shall be my song. 

Rev. John Cennick. 



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105* CORONATION, C. M, 



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Hail Him Who saves you by His grace, 
And crown Him Lord of all. 

3. Sinners, whose love can ne'er forget 

The wormwood and the gall; 
Go, spread your trophies at His feet, 
And crown Him Lord of all. 

4. Let every kindred, every tribe, 

On this terrestrial ball, 
To Him all majesty ascribe, 
And crown Him Lord of all. 

5. O that with yonder sacred throng 

We at His feet may fall; 
We'll join the everlasting song, 
And crown Him Lord of all. 

Rev. Edward Perronet. 

106. 

1. How sweet the name of Jesus sounds 

In a believer's ear! 
It soothes his sorrows, heals his wounds, 
And drives away his fear. 

2. It makes the wounded spirit whole, 

And calms the troubled breast; 
'T is Manna to the hungry soul, 
And to the weary Rest. 

3. Dear name! the Rock on which I build; 

My Shield and Hiding-place; 




My never-failing Treasure, filled 
With boundless stores of grace. 

4. Jesus! my Shepherd, Brother, Friend, 
My Prophet, Priest, and King, 
My Lord, my Life, my Way, my End, 
Accept the praise I bring. 

Rev. John /Newton. 

107. 

1. Jesus, the name high over all, 

In hell, or earth, or sky; 
Angels and men before it fall, 
And devils fear and fly. 

2. Jesus, the name to sinners dear, 

The name to sinners given; 
It scatters all their guilty fear; 
It turns their hell to heaven. 

3. Jesus the prisoner's fetters breaks, 

And bruises Satan's head; 
Power into strengthless souls He speaks, 
And life into the dead. 

4. O that the world might taste and see 

The riches of His grace: 
The arms of love that compass me 
Would all mankind embrace. 

5. Happy, if with my latest breath 

I may but gasp His name! 
Preach Him to all, and cry in death, 
Behold, behold the Lamb! 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 



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Amazing pity! grace unknown! 
And love beyond degree! 

3. Well might the sun in darkness hide, 

And shut his glories in, 
When Christ, the mighty Maker, died 
For man the creature's sin. 

4. Thus might I hide my blushing face, 

While. His dear cross appears: 
Dissolve, mv heart, in thankfulness; 
And melt, mine eyes, to tears. 

5. But drops of grief can ne'er repay 

The debt of love I owe; 

Here, Lord, I give myself away, 

'T is all that I can do. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

109+ OETONVILLE, C, M, Page 4?. 

1. Behold the Saviour of mankind 

Nailed to the shameful tree; 
How vast the love that Him inclined 
To bleed and die for thee! 

2. Hark, how He groans, while nature shakes, 

And earth's strong pillars bend! 
The temple's vail in sunder breaks, 
The solid marbles rend. 

3. 'T is done! the precious ransom's paid! 

Receive my soul, He cries; 



See where He bows His sacred head; 
He bows His head and dies. 

4. But soon He'll break death'senvious chain, 
And in full glory shine. 
O Lamb of God, was ever pain, 
Was ever love like Thine? 

Rev. Samuel Wesley. 

110. 

1. JESUS, the Lord of glory, died, 

That we might never die ; 
And now He reigns supreme, to guide 
His people to the sky. 

2. Weak though we are, He still is near 

To lead, console, defend; 

fn all our sorrow, all our fear, 

Our all-sufficient Friend. 

3. From His high throne in bliss He deigns 

Our every prayer to heed; 
Bears with our folly, soothes our pains, 
Supplies our every need. 

4. And from His love's exhaustless spring, 

Joys like a river come, 
To make the desert bloom and sing, 
O'er which we travel home. 

5. O Jesus, there is none like Thee, 

Our Saviour and our Lord; 
Through earth and heaven exalted be, 
Beloved, obeyed, adored. 

Baptist W. Noel. 



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Ill* MOUNT OLIVET, L. M, Isaac B. Woodbury. 



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3. See, from His head, His hands, His feet, 

Sorrow and love flow mingled' down: 
Did e'er such love and sorrow meet, 
Or thorns compose so rich a crown? 

4. Were the whole realm of nature mine, 

That were a present far too small; 
Love so amazing, so Divine, 

Demands my soul, my life, my all. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

1. Lord Jesus, when we stand afar 

And gaze upon Thy holy cross, 
In love of Thee and scorn of self, 
O may we count the world as loss. 

2. When we behold Thy bleeding wounds, 

And the rough way that Thou hast trod, 
Make us to hate the load of sin 
That lay so heavy on our God. 

3. O holy Lord, uplifted high, 

With outstretched arms, in mortal woe, 
Embracing in Thy wondrous love 
The sinful world that lies below, 

4. Give us an ever-living faith 

To gaze beyond the things we see; 

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Bishop William W. How. 



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In agony and blood, 
Who fixed His languid eyes on me, 
As near His cross I stood. 

2. Sure, never to my latest breath, 

Can I forget that look: 
It seemed to charge me with His death, 
Though not a word He spoke. 

3. My conscience felt and owned the guilt, 

And plunged me in despair: 
I saw my sins His blood had spilt, 
And helped to nail Him there. 

4. A second look he gave, which said, 

I freely all forgive; 
This blood is for thy ransom paid: 
I die that thou mayest live. 

5. Thus, while His death my sin displays 

In all its blackest hue, 
Such is the mystery of grace, 
It seals my pardon too. 

Rev. John /Newton. 



THE LORD JESUS CH RI STSUEFERI NGS AND DEATH. 



114* OLIVE'S BROW. L. M. 



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2. 'T is midnight; and, from all removed, 

The Saviour wrestles lone with fears; 
E'en the disciple that He loved 
Heeds not His Master's grief and tears. 

3. 'T is midnight; and, for others' guilt, 

The Man of Sorrows weeps in blood; 
Yet He, Who hath in anguish knelt, 
Is not forsaken by His God. 

4. 'T is midnight; from the heavenly plains 

Is borne the song that angels know; 
Unheard by mortals are the strains 
That sweetly soothe the Saviour's woe. 

Rev. William B. Tappan. 

115. 

1. From Calvary a cry was heard, 

A bitter and heart-rending cry; 
My Saviour, every mournful word 
Bespeaks Thy soul's deep agony. 

2. A horror of great darkness fell 

On Thee, Thou spotless, holy One! 
And all the swarming hosts of hell 
Conspired to tempt God's only Son. 

3. The scourge, the thorns, the deep disgrace, 

These Thou couldst bear, nor once repine ; 
But when Jehovah veiled His face, 
Unutterable pangs were Thine. 

4. Let the dumb world its silence break; 

Let pealing anthems rend the sky; 



Awake, my sluggish soul, awake! 
He died, that we might never die. 

5. Lord! on Thy cross I fix mine eye; 
If e'er I lose its strong control, 
O let that dying, piercing cry, 

Melt and reclaim my wandering soul. 
Rev. John W. Cunningham. 

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And meekly bowed His head and died: 
'T is finished! yes, the race is run; 
The battle fought; the victory won. 

2. 'T is finished! all that heaven foretold 
By prophets in the days of old; 

And truths are opened to our view, 
That kings and prophets never knew. 

3. 'T is finished! Son of God, Thy power 
Hath triumphed in this awful hour; 
And yet our eyes with sorrow see 
That life to us was death to Thee. 

4. 'T is finished! let the joyful sound 

Be heard through all the nations round; 
'T is finished! let the triumph rise 
And swell the chorus of the skies. 

Rev. Samuel Stennett 



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The Lord of glory dies for man! 
But lo! what sudden joys we see: 

Jesus, the dead, revives again! 
The rising God forsakes the tomb; 

In vain the tomb forbids Him rise: 
Cherubic legions guard Him home, 

And shout Him, Welcome to the skies! 




3. Break off your tears, ye saints, and tell 
How high your great Deliverer reigns: 
Sing how He spoiled the hosts of hell, 

And led the monster death in chains! 
Say, Live forever, wondrous King! 

Born to redeem, and strong to save! 
Then ask the monster, Where's thy sting? 
And, Where's thy victory, boasting grave? 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 



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Saints, from hence your comfort draw. 

4. Tune your harps anew, ye seraphs, 
Join to sing the pleasing theme; 
All on earth and all in heaven, 
Join to praise Emmanuel's name: 

Hallelujah! 
Glory to the bleeding Lamb! 

Rev. Jonathan Evans. 



2. It is finished! — O what pleasure 

Do these precious words afford; 
Heavenly blessings, without measure, 
Flow to us from Christ the Lord: 

"It is finished!" 
Saints, the dying words record. 

3. Finished all the types and shadows 

Of the ceremonial law; 
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1. Go to dark Gethsemane, 

Ye that feel the tempter's power; 
Your Redeemer's conflict see, 

Watch with Him one bitter hour; 
Turn not from His griefs away, 
Learn of Jesus Christ to pray. 

2. Follow to the judgment-hall; 

View the Lord of life arraigned. 
O the wormwood and the gall! 

O the pangs His soul sustained! 
Shun not suffering, shame, or loss; 
Learn of Him to bear the cross. 



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3. Calvary's mournful mountain climb; 

There, adoring at His feet, 
Mark that miracle of time, 

God's Own sacrifice complete: 
"It is finished!" hear Him cry; 
Learn of Jesus Christ to die. 

4. Early hasten to the tomb 

Where they laid His breathless clay; 
All is solitude and gloom; 

Who hath taken Him away? 
Christ is risen; He meets our eyes. 
Saviour, teach us so to rise. 

James Montgomery, 

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Mine, mine was the transgression, 

But Thine the deadly pain; 
Lo, here I fall, my Saviour! 

'T is I deserve Thy place; 
Look on me with Thy favor, 

Vouchsafe to me Thy grace. 

3. What language shall I borrow 

To thank Thee, dearest Friend, 
For this, Thy dying sorrow, 
Thy pity without end? 



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And should I fainting be, 
Lord, let me never, never, 

Outlive my love to Thee. 

4. Be near me when I'm dying, 
O show Thy cross to me; 
And for my succor flying, 

Come, Lord, and set me free: 
These eyes, new faith receiving, 

From Jesus shall not move; 
For he who dies believing 

Dies safely, through Thy love. 

Bernard of Clairvaux. 



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1. In the cross of Christ I glory, 

Towering o'er the wrecks of time; 
All the light of sacred story 
Gathers round its head sublime. 

2. When the woes of life o'ertake me, 

Hopes deceive, and fears annoy, 
Never shall the cross forsake me: 
Lo! it glows with peace and joy. 

3. When the sun of bliss is beaming 

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From the cross the radiance streaming 
Adds more lustre to the day. 

4. Bane and blessing, pain and pleasure, 

By the cross are sanctified; 
Peace is there, that knows no measure, 
Joys that through all time abide. 

5. In the cross of Christ I glory, 

Towering o'er the wrecks of time; 
All the light of sacred story 

Gathers round its head sublime. 

Sir John Bowring. 



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122* DORT. 6, 6, 4, 6, 6, 6, 4. 



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Praises all heaven inspire; 
Each angel sweeps his lyre, 
And waves his wings of fire, 

Thou Lamb once slain. 

3. Enter, incarnate God! 

No feet but Thine have trod 

The serpent down. 
Blow the full trumpets, blow! 



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Saviour triumphant, go, 
And take Thy crown! 

4. Lion of Judah, hail! 

And let Thy name prevail 

From age to age. 
Lord of the rolling years, 
Claim for Thine Own the spheres, 
For Thou hast bought with tears 

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Has shed His blood and died; 
The guilty conscience needs 

No sacrifice beside: 
His precious blood did once atone, 
And now it pleads before the throne. 

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Worthy the Lamb, our lips reply, 
For He was slain for us. 

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Honor and power Divine; 
And blessings more than we can give, 

Be, Lord, forever Thine. 

The whole creation join in one, 

To bless the sacred name 
Of Him that sits upon the throne, 

And to adore the Lamb. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

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Is crowned with glory now; [thorns 

A royal diadem adorns 
The mighty Victor's brow. 

The highest place that heaven affords, 

Is to our Jesus given, 
The King of kings, and Lord of lords; 

He reigns o'er earth and heaven: 

The joy of all who dwell above, 

The joy of all below, 
To whom He manifests His love, 

And grants His name to know. 

, To them, the cross, with all its shame, 

With all its grace is given; 
Their name, an everlasting name, 
Their joy, the joy of heaven. 



5. They suffer with their Lord below 
The reign with Him above; 
Their everlasting joy to know 
The mystery of His love. 

Rev. Thomas Kelly. 



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Thou Conqueror renowned, 

Thou Sweetness most ineffable, 

In Whom all joys are found! 

2. When once Thou visitest the heart, 

Then truth begins to shine, 
Then earthly vanities depart, 
Then kindles love Divine. 

3. O Jesus, Light of all below, 

Thou Fount of life and fire, 
Surpassing all the joys we know, 
And all we can desire! 

4. May every tongue confess Thy name; 

May all Thy love adore; 
And, seeking Thee, themselves inflame 
To seek Thee more and more. 

5. Thee may our hearts forever bless; 

Thee may we love alone; 

And ever in our lives express 

The image of Thine Own. 

Bernard of Clalrvaux. 



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128* ROTHWELL, L, M, arr. by Dr. Lowell Mason. 




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And justice armed with frowns appears; 
But in the Saviour's lovely face 
Sweet mercy smiles, and all is peace. 

3. Hence then, ye black despairing thoughts! 
Above our fear, above our faults, 

His powerful intercessions rise, 
And guilt recedes, and terror dies. 



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4. In every dark, distressful hour, 
When sin and Satan join their power, 
Let this dear hope repel the dart, 
That Jesus bears us on His heart. 

5. Great Advocate, almighty Friend! 
On Him our humble hopes depend; 
Our cause can never, never fail, 
For Jesus pleads and must prevail. 

Anne Steele. 

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3. Join, all ye saints beneath the sky, 
Your grateful praise to give; 
Sing loud hosannas to His name, 
With Whom you too shall live. 

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THE LORD JESUS CHRIST-RESURRECTION AND EXALTATION. 
130* MULLEN, 8, 7, 8, 7, 4, 7, Rev. T. R. Matthews. 




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Crown Him, crown Him; 
Crown the Saviour King of kings. 

3. Sinners in derision crowned Him, 

Mocking thus the Saviour's claim; 
Saints and angels crowd around Him, 
Own His title, praise His name: 

Crown Him, crown Him; 
Spread abroad the Victor's fame. 

4. Hark, those bursts of acclamation! 

Hark, those loud, triumphant chords! 
Jesus takes the highest station; 
O what joy the sight affords! 
Crown Him, crown Him, 
King of kings and Lord of lords. 

Rev. Thomas Kelly. 



131 + ZION. 8,7,8,7,4,7. Page 51. 

1. Come, ye saints, behold and wonder; 

See the place where Jesus lay: 
He has burst His bands asunder; 
He has borne our sins away; 

Joyful tidings! 
Yes, the Lord has risen to-day. 

2. Jesus triumphs; sing ye praises; 

By His death He overcame: 
Thus the Lord His glory raises, 
Thus He fills His foes with shame; 

Sing ye praises! 
Praises to the Victor's name. 

3. Jesus triumphs; countless legions 

Come from heaven to meet their King; 
Soon, in yonder blessed regions, 
They shall join His praise to sing: 

Songs eternal 
Shall through heaven's high arches ring. 
Rev, Thomas Kelly. 



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3. Heaven unfolds its portals wide; 
Mighty Conqueror! through them ride; 
King of glory! mount Thy throne, 
Boundless empire is Thine Own. 

Rev. Thomas Scott. 

133. 

1. Christ the Lord is risen to-day, 
Sons of men and angels say; 
Raise your joys and triumphs high; 
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3. Vain the stone, the watch, the seal; 
Christ has burst the gates of hell; 
Death in vain forbids Him rise; 
Christ has opened Paradise. 

4. Soar we now where Christ has led, 
Following our exalted Head; 
Made like Him, like Him we rise; 
Ours the cross, the grave, the skies. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 
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1. Christ, Whose glory fails the skies, 

Christ, the true, the only Light, 
Sun of Righteousness, arise, 

Triumph o'er the shades of night; 
Day-spring from on high, be near; 
Day-star, in my heart appear. 

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Unaccompanied by Thee; 
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Glad my eyes, and warm my heart. 

Visit then this soul of mine; 

Pierce the gloom of sin and grief; 
Fill me, Radiancy Divine; 

Scatter all my unbelief: 
More and more Thyself display, 
Shining to the perfect day. 

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She shall yet behold Thy glory 
When Thou comest back to reign; 

Christ is coining! 
Let each heart repeat the strain. 

3. Long Thy exiles have been pining, 

Far from rest, and home, and Thee; 
But, in heavenly vesture shining, 
Soon they shall Thy glory see; 

Christ is coming! 
Haste the joyous jubilee. 

4. With that blessed hope before us, 

Let no harp remain unstrung; 
Let the mighty advent chorus 

Onward roll from tongue to tongue; 

Christ is coming! 
Come, Lord Jesus, quickly come. 

Rev. John R. Macduf 

137* ZION. 8,7,8,7,4,7. Page 115. 

1. Lo! He comes, with clouds descending 

Once for guilty sinners slain; 
Thousand thousand saints attending, 

Swell the triumph of His train: 
Hallelujah! 
- God appears on earth to reign. 

2. Every eye shall now behold Him 

Robed in dreadful majesty; 



Those who set at naught and sold Him, 
Pierced and nailed Him to the tree, 

Deeply wailing, 
Shall the true Messiah see. 

3. Every island, sea and mountain, 

Heaven and earth, shall flee away; 

All who hate Him must, confounded, 

Hear the trump proclaim the day; 

Come to judgment! 
Come to judgment! come away! 

4. Now redemption, long expected, 

See in solemn pomp appear! 
All His saints, by man rejected, 
Now shall meet Him in the air: 

Hallelujah! 
See the day of God appear! 

5. Answer Thine Own Bride and Spirit, 

Hasten, Lord, and quickly come; 
The new heaven and earth to inherit 
Take Thy pining exiles home; 

All creation 
Travails, groans and bids Thee come. 

6. Yea, Amen! let all adore Thee, 

High on Thine eternal throne: 
Saviour, take the power and glory; 
Claim the kingdom for Thine Own: 

O come quickly; 
Hallelujah! come, Lord, come. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. Rev. Martin Madan. 

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The flaming heavens together roll; 
And louder yet, and yet more dread, 
Swells the high trump that wakes the dead! 

139* SOLNET, 8,7,8,7. 



3. O on that day, that wrathful day, 

When man to judgment wakes from clay, 
Be Thou, O Christ, the sinner's stay, 
Though heaven and earth shall pass away! 

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There to reign among the angels, 
In that heavenly home to dwell. 

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Glow within this heart of mine; 
Kindle every high desire; 
Perish self in 'Thy pure fire. 

3. Holy Spirit, Right Divine, 

King within my conscience reign; 
Be my Law, and I shall be 
Firmly bound, forever free. 

Rev. Samuel Longfellow. 

141. 

1. Gracious Spirit, Love Divine, 
Let Thy light within me shine; 
All my guilty fears remove; 

Fill me with Thy heavenly love. 

2. Speak Thy pardoning grace to me, 
Set the burdened sinner free; 
Lead me to the Lamb of God; 
Wash me in His precious blood. 

3. Life and peace to me impart; 
Seal salvation on my heart; 
Breathe Thyself into my breast, 
Earnest of immortal rest. 

4. Let me never from Thee stray; 
Keep me in the narrow way; 
Fill my soul with joy Divine; 
Keep me, Lord, forever Thine. 

John Stocker. 



142. 

1. Holy Ghost! with light Divine, 
Shine upon this heart of mine; 
Chase the shades of night away, 
Turn my darkness into day. 

2. Holy Ghost! with power Divine, 
Cleanse this guilty heart of mine; 
Long hath sin, without control, 
Held dominion o'er my soul. 

3. Holy Ghost! with joy Divine, 
Cheer this saddened heart of mine; 
Bid my many woes depart, 

Heal my wounded, bleeding heart. 

Rev. Andrew Reed. 

143 + 

1. Holy Spirit! gently come, 

Raise us from our fallen state; 
Fix Thy everlasting home 

In the hearts Thou didst create. 

2. Now Thy quickening influence bring, 

On our spirits sweetly move; 
Open every mouth to sing 
Jesus' everlasting love. 

3. Take the things of Christ, and show 

What our Lord for us hath done; 
May we God the Father know 
Through His well-beloved Son. 

Rev. William Hammond. 



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A living spark of holy fire? 
O kindle now the sacred flame; 
Make me to burn with pure desire. 

3. A brighter faith and hope impart, 

And let me now my Saviour see; 
O soothe and cheer my burdened heart, 
And bid my spirit rest in Thee. 

John Stewart. 

145. 

1. Lord, we believe to us and ours 

The apostolic promise given; 
We wait the pentecostal powers, — 
The Holy Ghost sent down from heaven. 

2. Assembled here with one accord, 

Calmly we wait the promised grace, — 
The purchase of our dying Lord; 

Come, Holy Ghost, and fill the place. 

3. If every one that asks may find, — 

If still Thou dost on sinners fall, — 
Come as a mighty rushing wind; 
Great grace be now upon us all. 

4. Ah! leave us not to mourn below, 

Or long for Thy return to pine; 

Now, Lord, the Comforter bestow, . 

And fix in us the Guest Divine. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

146. 

1. Eternal Spirit, we confess 
And sing the wonders of Thy grace; 



Thy power conveys our blessings down, 
From God, the Father, and the Son. 

2. Enlightened by Thy heavenly ray, 
Our shades and darkness turn to day; 
Thine inward teachings make us know 
Our danger and our refuge, too. 

3. Thy power and glory work within, 
And break the chains of reigning sin; 
All our imperious lusts subdue, 

And form our wretched hearts anew. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

147. 

1. Come, O Creator Spirit blest, 
And in our souls take up Thy rest; 
Come, with Thy grace and heavenly aid, 
To fill the hearts which Thou hast made. 

2. Great Comforter, to Thee we cry; 
O highest Gift of God Most High! 
O Fount of life! O Fire of love! 
And sweet Anointing from above! 

3. Kindle our senses from above, 

And make our hearts o'erflow with love; 
With patience firm, and virtue high, 
The weakness of our flesh supply. 

4. Far from us drive the foe we dread, 
And grant us Thy true peace instead; 
So shall we not, with Thee for guide, 
Turn from the path of life aside. 

Rev. Edward easwall. Tr. 



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3. Earth's darkness all has fled, 

Heaven's light securely shines, 
And every heart, Divinely led, 
To holy thought inclines. 

4. No more let sin deceive, 

Nor earthly cares betray; 
O let us never, never grieve 

The Comforter away! Anon. 

149* LABAN, S. M, Page 77. 



150* ST. THOMAS, S, M, Page 145. 







1. We meet now in Thy name, 

We plead Thy promise, Lord, 
Thy presence with us, Lord, we claim 
According to Thy word. 

2. Breathe on each waiting soul, 

And may we all receive 
The Holy Ghost, in us to dwell, 
Our hearts ne'er more to leave. 

3. Fill us with peace and joy, 

Thou, Who for us wast slain; 
We'll others tell and others bring 

To meet Thee here again. Anon. 



1. The Holy Ghost is here, 

Where saints in prayer agree; 
As Jesus' parting gift, He's near 
Each pleading company. 

2. Not far away is He, 

To be by prayer brought nigh; 
But here in present majesty, 
• As in His courts on high. 

3. He dwells within our soul, 

An ever welcome guest, 
He reigns with absolute control, 
As monarch in the breast. 

4. Our bodies are His shrine, 

And - He, the indwelling Lord; 
All hail, Thou Comforter Divine, 
Be evermore adored. 

5. Obedient to Thy will, 

We wait to feel Thy power; 
O Lord of life, our hopes fulfill, 
And bless this hallowed hour. 

Rev. Charles H. Spurgeon 



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151* STATE STREET, 



Jonathan C. Woodman. 




2. I praise the God of peace; 

I trust His truth and might; 
He calls me His, I call Him mine, 
My God, my Joy, my Light. 

3. 'T is He who saveth me, 

And freely pardon gives; 

I love because He loveth me; 

I live because He lives. 

4. My life with Him is hid, 

My death has passed away; 
My clouds have melted into light, 
My midnight into day. 

Rev. Horatius Bonar. 

152. 

1. Come, Holy Spirit, come, 

Let Thy bright beams arise; 
Dispel the sorrow from our minds, 
The darkness from our eyes. 

2. Convince us of our sin, 

Then lead to Jesus blood, 
And to our wondering view reveal 
The mercies of our God. 

3. Revive our drooping faith, 

Our doubts and fears remove, 
And kindle in our breasts the flame 
Of never-dying love. 

4. 'T is Thine to cleanse the heart, 

To sanctify the soul, 
To pour fresh life in every part, 
And new-create the whole. 



5. Come, Holy Spirit, come; 

Our minds from bondage free; 
Then shall we know, and praise, and love 
The Father, Son, and Thee. 

Rev. Joseph Hart. 

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In this accepted hour, 
As on the day of Pentecost, 
Descend in all Thy power. 

2. Like mighty rushing wind 

Upon the waves beneath, 
Move with one impulse every mind, 
One soul, one feeling breathe. 

3. The young, the old, inspire 

With wisdom from above; 
And give us hearts and tongues of fire 
To pray, and praise, and love. 

4. Spirit of light, explore, 

And chase our gloom away, 
With lustre shining more and more 
Unto the perfect day. 

5. Spirit of Truth, be Thou, 

In life and death, our Guide; 
O Spirit of Adoption, now 
May we be sanctified. 



James Montgomery. 



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i. Holy Spirit, faithful Guide, 
Ever near the Christian's side; 
Gently lead us by the hand, 
Pilgrims in a desert land; 
Weary souls fore'er rejoice, 
While they hear that sweetest voice 
Whispering softly, Wanderer come! 
Follow me, I'll guide thee home. 

2. Ever present, truest Friend, 
Ever near Thine aid to lend, 
Leave us not to doubt and fear, 
Groping on in darkness drear; 



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When the storms are raging sore, 
Hearts grow faint, and hopes give o'er, 
Whisper softly, Wanderer come! 
Follow me, I'll guide thee home. 

When our days of toil shall cease, 
Waiting still for sweet release, 
Nothing left but heaven and prayer, 
Wondering if our names are there; 
Wading deep the dismal flood, 
Pleading naught but Jesus blood; 
Whisper softly, Wanderer come! 
Follow me, I'll guide thee home! 

M. M. Wells. 



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3. Bring some love tokens, fresh and sweet, 

From His Own hand to me, 
While onward still, with eager feet, 
I haste His face to see. 

Rev. H. B. Hartzler. 



157. 

1. O Holy Ghost, the Comforter, 

How is Thy love despised, 
While the heart longs for sympathy 
And friends are idolized. 

2. Great are Thy consolations, Lord, 

And mighty is Thy power, 
In sickness and in solitude, 

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Fond of these earthly toys; 
Our souls, how heavily they go, 
To reach eternal joys! 

3. In vain we tune our formal songs; 

In vain we strive to rise; 
Hosannas languish on our tongues, 
And our devotion dies. 

4. Dear Lord, and shall we ever live 

At this poor dying rate? 
Our love so faint, so cold to Thee, 
And Thine to us so great? 

5. Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove, 

With all Thy quickening powers; 
Come, shed abroad a Saviour's love, 
And that shall kindle ours. 

Rev. Isaac Wat 

159. 

1. Spirit Divine, attend our prayer, 

And make our hearts Thy home; 
Descend with all Thy gracious power; 
O come, great Spirit, come. 

2. Come as the light; to us reveal 

Our sinfulness and woe; 
And lead us in those paths of life 
Where all the righteous go. 



3. Come as the fire, and purge our hearts 

Like sacrificial flame. 
Let our whole soul an offering be 
To our Redeemer's name. 

4. Come as the dew, and sweetly bless 

This consecrated hour; 
May barrenness rejoice to own 
Thy fertilizing power. 

5. Come as the wind, with rushing sound, 

With Pentecostal grace; 
And make the great salvation known, 
Wide as the human race. 

Rev. Andrew Reed. 

160. 

1. Come, Holy Ghost, our hearts inspire, 

Let us Thine influence prove; 
Source of the old prophetic fire, 
Fountain of life and love. 

2. Come, Holy Ghost, for, moved by Thee, 

The prophets wrote and spoke; 
Unlock the truth, Thyself the key; 
Unseal the Sacred Book. 

3. Expand Thy wings, celestial Dove, 

Brood o'er our nature's night; 
On our disordered spirits move, 
And let there now be light. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 



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THE HOLY SPIRIT. 



161* BEALOTH, S. M. D. 



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Then, only then we feel 

Our interest in His blood; 
And cry, with joy unspeakable, 

Thou art my Lord, my God! 



3. O that the world might know 

The all-atoning Lamb! 
Spirit of faith, descend and show 

The virtue of His name. 
The grace which all may find, 

The saving power impart; 
And testify to all mankind, 

And speak in every heart. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 



163* See AVON, page 68. 

1. I worship Thee, O Holy Ghost, 

I love to worship Thee; 
My risen Lord for aye were lost 
But for Thy company. 

2. I worship Thee, O Holy Ghost, 

I love to worship Thee; 
I grieved Thee long, alas! Thou know'st 
It grieves me bitterly. 



3. I worship Thee, O Holy Ghost, 

I love to worship Thee; 
Thy patient love, at what a cost, 
At last it conquered me! 

4. I worship Thee, O Holy Ghost, 

I love to worship Thee; 
With Thee each day is pentecost, 
Each night nativity. 



Rev. W. F. Warren. 



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May taste His grace and learn His name; 
May read, in characters of blood, 
The wisdom, power, and grace of God. 

3. The prisoner here may break his chains; 
The weary rest from all his pains; 

The captive feel his bondage cease; 
The mourner find the way of peace. 

4. Here faith reveals to mortal eyes 
A brighter world beyond the skies; 

Here shines the light which guides our way 
From earth to realms of endless day. 

5. O grant us grace, Almighty Lord, 
To read and mark Thy holy Word; 
Its truth with meekness to receive, 
And by His holy precepts live. 

Rev. Benjamin Beddome. 
1 (>4» See CREATION, page 2S3. 

1. The starry firmament on high, 
And all the glories of the sky, 

Yet shine not to Thy praise, O Lord, 
So brightly as Thy written Word. 

2. The hopes that holy Word supplies, 
Its truths Divine, and precepts wise, 
In each a heavenly beam I see, 
And every beam conducts to Thee. 

3. Almighty Lord, the sun shall fail, 
The moon forget her nightly tale, 
And deepest silence hush on high 
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Thy Word shall shine in cloudless day, 
When heaven and earth have passed away. 

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165* 0RT0NVILLE, CM, Page 45 




1. The Gospel! O what endless charms 

Dwell in that blissful sound; 

Its influence every fear disarms, 

And spreads delight around. 

2. Here pardon, life, and joy Divine, 

In rich effusion flow, 
For guilty rebels, lost in sin, 
And doomed to endless woe. 

3. The Almighty Former of the skies 

Stoops to our vile abode; 
While angels view with wondering eyes, 
And hail the incarnate God. 

4. How rich the depths of love Divine! 

Of bliss a boundless store! 
Redeemer, let me call Thee mine, — 
Thy fullness I implore. 

5. On Thee alone my hope relies; 

Beneath Thy cross I fall; 
My Lord, my Life, my Sacrifice, 
My Saviour, and my All! 



Anne Steele. 



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Exhaustless riches find; 
Riches, above what earth can grant, 
And lasting as the mind. 

3. Here springs of consolation rise 

To cheer the fainting mind; 
And thirsty souls receive supplies, 
And sweet refreshment find. 

4. Here the Redeemer's welcome voice 

Spreads heavenly peace around; 
And life and everlasting joys ' 
Attend the blissful sound. 

5. Divine Instructor, gracious Lord, 

Be Thou forever near; 
Teach me to love Thy Sacred Word, 
And view my Saviour there. 

Anne Steele. 

167* AZMON, CM, Page 39. 

i. How precious is the Book Divine, 

By inspiration given! 
Bright as a lamp its doctrines shine, 

To guide our souls to heaven. 

2. O'er all the strait and narrow way 

Its radiant beams are cast; 

A light whose never weary ray 

Grows brightest at the last. 



3. It sweetly cheers our drooping hearts, 

In this dark vale of tears; 
Life, light, and joy it still imparts, 
And quells our rising fears. 

4. This lamp, through all the tedious night 

Of life, shall guide our way, 

Till we behold the clearer light 

Of an eternal day. 

Rev. John Fawcett. 

168. 

1. Thy Law is perfect, Lord of light! 

Thy testimonies sure; 
The statutes of Thy realm are right, 
And Thy commandments pure. 

2. Let these, O God, my soul convert, 

And make Thy servant wise; 

Let these be gladness to my heart, 

The day-spring to mine eyes. 

3. By these may I be warned betimes; 

Who knows the guile within? 
Lord, save me from presumptuous crimes; 
Cleanse me from secret sin. 

4. So may the words my lips express, — 

The thoughts that throng my mind, — 
O Lord, my Strength and Righteousness, 
With Thee acceptance find. 

.lames Montgomery; 

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i. A glory gilds the sacred page, 
Majestic like the sun; 
It gives a light to every age; 
It gives, but borrows none. 

3. The Hand that gave it still supplies 

The gracious light and heat; 
His truths upon the nations rise; 
They rise, but never set. 

4. Let everlasting thanks be Thine 

For such a bright display 
As makes a world of darkness shine 
With beams of heavenly day. 

William Cowper. 

170. 

1. The counsels of redeeming grace 

The sacred leaves unfold, 
And here the Saviour's lovely face 
Our raptured eyes behold. 

2. Here light, descending from above, 

Directs our doubtful feet; 
Here promises of heavenly love 
Our ardent wishes meet. 

3. Our numerous griefs are here redrest, 

And all our wants supplied; 
Naught we can ask to make us blest, 
Is in this Book denied. 

Rev. Samuel Stennett. 



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1. How shall the young secure their hearts 

And guard their lives from sin? 
Thy Word the choicest rules imparts 
To keep the conscience clean. 

2. 'T is, like the sun, a heavenly light, 

That guides us all the day; 
And, through the dangers of the night, 
A lamp to lead our way. 

3. Thy precepts make me truly wise; 

I hate the sinner's road; 
I hate my own vain thoughts that rise, 
But love Thy Law, my God. 

Rev. Isaac Waits. 

1. Lord, I have made Thy Word my choice, 

My lasting heritage; 
There shall my noblest powers rejoice, 
My warmest thoughts engage. 

2. I'll read the histories of Thy love, 

And keep Thy laws in sight, 
While through Thy promises I rove 
With ever fresh delight. 

3. 'T is a broad land of wealth unknown, 

Where springs of life arise; 
Seeds of immortal bliss are sown, 
And hidden glory lies. 



Rev. Isaac Watts. 



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2. To-day on weary nations 

The heavenly manna falls; 
To holy convocations 

The silver trumpet calls, 
Where Gospel light is glowing 

With pure and radiant beams, 
And living water flowing 

With soul-refreshing streams. 

3. New graces ever gaining 

From this our day of rest, 
We reach the rust remaining 

To spirits of the blest. 
To Holy Ghost be praises, 

To Father, and to Son; 
The Church her voice upraises 

To Thee, blest Three in One. 

Bishop Christopher Wordsworth. 

175 + CHRISTMAS. CM. Page 43. 

1. This is the day the Lord hath made, 

He calls the hours His Own; 
Let heaven rejoice, let earth be glad, 
And praise surround the throne. 

2. To-day He rose and left the dead, 

And Satan's empire fell; 
To-day the saints His triumph spread, 
And all His wonders tell. 



3. Hosanna to the anointed King, 

To David's holy Son; 
Help us, O Lord; descend and bring 
Salvation from Thy throne. 

4. Blest be the Lord, Who comes to men 

With messages of grace; 
Who comes in God, His Father's name 
To save our sinful race. 

5. Hosanna in the highest strains 

The Church on earth can raise! 
The highest heaven in which He reigns 
Shall give Him nobler praise. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

176* AVON. C. M. Page 68. 

1. Blest day of God, most calm, most bright, 

The first and best of days; 
The toiler's rest, the saint's delight, 
A day of joy and praise. 

2. My Saviour's face made thee to shine; 

His rising thee did raise; 
And made thee heavenly and Divine, 
Beyond all other days. 

3. The first-fruits oft a blessing prove 

To all the sheaves behind; 

And they who do the Sabbath love, 

A happy week will find. 

Rev. John Mason. 



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How deep Thy counsels, how Divine! 

4. When shall I see, and hear, and know 
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And every power find sweet employ, 
In that eternal world of joy? 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 



178* LISBON. S, M, 



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2. The King Himself comes near, 

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Is sweeter than ten thousand days 
Within the tents of sin. 

4. My willing soul would stay 

In such a frame as this, 
• And wait to hail the brighter day 
Of everlasting bliss. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 



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Thy sins — how high they mount! 
What are thy hopes beyond the grave? 
How stands that dread account? 

3. Death enters — and there's no defense; 

His time, there's none can tell; 
He'll in a moment call thee hence, 
To heaven or down to hell! 



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4. Thy flesh, perhaps thy greatest care, 

Shall into dust consume; 
But ah! destruction stops not there — 
Sin kills beyond the tomb. 

5. To-day the Gospel calls, to-day; 

Sinner, it speaks to you; 
Let every one forsake his way, 
And mercy will ensue. 

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Weary of myself and sin, Now my groaning soul release, 

Weary of a wretched life; Write forgiveness on my heart. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

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2. The world can never give 

The bliss for which we sigh; 
'T is not the whole of life to live, 
Nor all of death to die. 

3. Beyond this vale of tears 

There is a life above, 
Unmeasured by the flight of years, 
And all that life is love. 

182 + LABAN, S, M, 



4. There is a death, whose pang 

Outlasts the fleeting breath; 
O what eternal horrors hang 
Around the second death! 

5. Thou God of truth and grace, 

Teach us that death to shun, 

Lest we be banished from Thy face, 

For evermore undone. 

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4. The burden which I feel, 
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Do Thou display Thy pardoning grace, 
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And kiss His late returning son; 
Ready your loving Saviour stands, 

And spreads for you His bleeding hands. 

3. Ready the Spirit of His love, 
The stony heart to melt and move, 
To apply, and witness with His blood, 
And wash, and seal the sons of God. 

4. The Father, Son, and Holy Ghost 
Are ready, with Their shining host; 
All heaven is ready to resound, 
The dead's alive! the lost is found! 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

184. 

1. Lift up your heads, ye mighty gates; 
Behold, the King of glory waits; 
The King of kings is drawing near, 
The Saviour of the world is here. 

2. Fling wide the portals of your heart, 
Make it a temple, set apart 

From earthly use for heaven's employ 
Adorned with prayer, and love, and joy. 

3. So shall your Sovereign enter in, 
And new and nobler life begin; 
Eternal praise, my God, be Thine, 
For word, and deed, and grace divine. 

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1. Lovers of pleasure more than God, 

For you the Saviour suffered pain; 
For you He shed His precious blood: 
And shall He bleed for you in vain? 

2. Sinners, His life for you He paid; 

Your basest crimes in anguish bore; 
Your sins were all on Jesus laid, 
That you might go and sin no more. 

3. To earth the great Redeemer came, 

That you might come at last to heaven; 
Believe, believe in Jesus' name, 
And all your sins shall be forgiven. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

186. 

1 . Not to condemn the sons of men 

Did Christ, the son of God, appear; 
No weapons in His hands are seen, 
No flaming sword, nor thunder there. 

2. Such was the pity of our God, 

He loved the race of man so well, 
He sent His Son to bear our load 
Of sins, and save our souls from hell. 

3. Sinners, believe the Saviour's word; 

Trust in His mighty name, and live; 
A thousand joys His lips afford; 

His hands a thousand blessings give. 
Rev. Isaac Watts. 



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Beheld our helpless grief; 
He saw, and, O amazing love! 
He ran to our relief. 

3. Down from the shining seats above 

With joyful haste He sped; 
Entered the grave in mortal flesh, 
And dwelt among the dead. 

4. O for this love let rocks and hills 

Their lasting silence break; 
And all harmonious human tongues, 
The Saviour's praises speak. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

188. 

1. What shall I do my God to love? 

My loving God to praise? 
The length and breadth and height to prove 
And depth of sovereign grace? 

2. Thy sovereign grace to all extends, 

Immense and unconfined; 
From age to age it never ends; 
It reaches all mankind. 

3. Throughout the world its breadth is known, 

Wide as infinity: 
So wide it never passed by one, 
Or it had passed by me. 

4. My trespass was grown up to heaven; 

But, far above the skies, 
Through Christ abundantly forgiven, 
I see Thv mercies rise. 



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What angel tongue can tell? 
O may I to the utmost prove 
The gift unspeakable! 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

189. 

1. There is a safe and secret place 

Beneath the wings Divine, 
Reserved for all the heirs of grace; 
O be that refuge mine! 

2. The least and feeblest there abide, 

Uninjured and unawed; 
While thousands fall on every side, 
They rest secure in God. 

3. The angels watch them on their way, 

And aid with friendly arm; 

And Satan, roaring for his prey, 

May hate, but cannot harm. 

4. They feed in pastures large and fair 

Of love and truth Divine. 
O child of God, O glory's heir, 
How rich a lot is thine! 

5. A hand almighty to defend, 

An ear for every call, 
An honored life, a peaceful end, 
And heaven tc crown it all! 

Rev. Henry F. Lyte. 



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And He has made me glad. 

3. I heard the voice of Jesus say, 

Behold, I freely give 
The living water; thirsty one, 
Stoop down, and drink, and live! 

4. I came to Jesus, and I drank 

Of that life-giving stream; 
My thirst was quenched, my soul revived, 
And now I live in Him. 

5. I heard the voice of Jesus say, 

I am this dark world's Light; 
Look unto Me, thy morn shall rise 
And all thy day be bright. 

6. I looked to Jesus, and I found 

In Him my Star, my Sun; 
And in that light of life I'll walk, 
Till all my journey's done. 

Rev. Horatius Bonar. 

191. 

1. O what amazing words of grace 

Are in the Gospel found! 
Suited to every sinner's case, 
Who knows the joyful sound. 

2. Poor, sinful, thirsty, fainting souls, 

Are freely welcome here; 
Salvation, like a river, rolls, 
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3. Come, then, with all your wants and 

Your every burden bring; [wounds, 

Here love, unchanging love, abounds, 
A deep, celestial spring. 

4. Whoever will (O gracious word!) 

Shall of this stream partake; 
Come, thirsty souls, and bless the Lord, 
And drink for Jesus' sake. 

5. Millions of sinners, vile as you, 

Have here found life and peace: 
Come, then, and prove its virtues, too, 
And drink, adore, and bless. 

Rev. Samuel Medley. 

192. 

1. Sinners, the voice of God regard; 

His mercy speaks to-day; 
He calls you by His sacred Word 
From sin's destructive way. 

2. Like the rough sea that cannot rest, 

You live, devoid of peace; 
A thousand stings within your breast 
Deprive your souls of ease. 

3. All those who turn to God shall live, 

Through His abounding grace: 
His mercy will the guilt forgive 
Of those, who seek His face. 

4. Bow to the sceptre of His Word, 

Renouncing every sin; 
Submit to Him, your sovereign Lord, 
And learn His will Divine. 

Rev. John Fawcett 



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108* FOUNTAIN, C. H. 



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2 . The dying thief rejoiced to see 

That fountain in his day; 
And there have I, as vile as he, 
Washed all my sins away. 

3. Dear dying Lamb, Thy precious blood 

Shall never lose its power, 
Till all the ransomed Church of God 
Are saved, to sin no more. 

4. E'er since, by faith, I saw the stream 

Thy flowing wounds supply, 
Redeeming love has been my theme, 
And shall be till I die. 

5. Then in a nobler, sweeter song, 

I'll sing Thy power to save, 

When this poor, lisping, stammeringtongue 

Lies silent in the grave. 

William Cowper. 

194. 

1. Salvation! O the joyful sound; 

What pleasure to our ears; 
A sovereign balm for every wound, 
A cordial for our fears. 

2. Buried in sorrow and in sin, 

At hell's dark door we lay; 
But we arise, by grace Divine, 
To see the heavenly day. 

3. Salvation! let the echo fly 

The spacious earth around, 

While all the armies of the sky 

Conspire to raise the sound. 



4. Salvation! O Thou bleeding Lamb! 

To Thee the praise belongs: 

Salvation shall inspire our hearts, 

And dwell upon our tongues. 

Rev. Isaac Watis. 
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1. Amazing grace! how sweet the sound 

That saved a wretch like me! 
I once was lost, but now am found; 
Was blind, but now I see. 

2. 'T was grace that taught my heart to fear, 

And grace my fears relieved; 
How precious did that grace appear, 
The hour I first believed! 

3. Through many dangers, toils, and snares 

I have already come; 
'T was grace that brought me safe thus far, 
And grace will lead me home. 

4. The Lord has promised good to me, 

His Word my hope secures; 
He will my shield and portion be, 
As long as life endures. 

5. Yes, when this flesh.and heart shall fail, 

And mortal life shall cease, 
I shall possess, within the vail, 
A life of joy and peace. 

Rev. John Newton. 



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By almighty love anointed, 

Thou hast full atonement made. 
All Thy people are forgiven 

Through the virtue of Thy blood; 
Opened is the gate (if heaven; 

Peace is made 'twixt man and God. 

3. Jesus, hail! enthroned in glory, 

There forever to abide; 
All the heavenly host adore Thee, 

Seated at Thy Father's side: 
There for sinners Thou art pleading; 

There Thou dost our place prepare; 
Ever for us interceding 

Till in glory we appear. 

Rev. John Bakcwell. 

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i. Not all the blood of beasts 
On Jewish altars slain 
Could give the guilty conscience peace, 
Or wash away the stain. 

2. But Christ, the heavenly Lamb, 
Takes all our sins away; 
A sacrifice of nobler name, 
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To see the curse remove; 
We bless the Lamb with cheerful voice, 
And sing His bleeding love. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

198* DENNIS. S, M. Page 181. 




1. Grace! 't is a charming sound, 

Harmonious to mine ear; 
Heaven with the echo shall resound, 
And all the earth shall hear. 

2. Grace first contrived a way 

To save rebellious man; 
And all the steps that grace display, 
Which drew the wondrous plan. 

3. Grace taught my roving feet 

To tread the heavenly road; 
And new supplies each hour I meet, 
While pressing on to God. 

4. Grace all the work shall crown, 

Through everlasting days; 
It lays in heaven the topmost stone, 
And well deserves the praise. 

Rev. Philip Doddridge. 



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Can give me peace with God; 
Not all my prayers, and sighs, and tears, 
Can bear my awful load. 

3. Thy work alone, O Christ, 

Can ease this weight of sin; 



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Can give me peace within. 

Thy love to me, O God, 

Not mine, O Lord, to Thee, 
Can rid me of this dark unrest, 

And set my spirit free. 

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From His dear wounds and bleeding side. 

I would forever speak His name 
In sounds to mortal ears unknown, 

With angels join to praise the Lamb, 
And worship at His Father's throne. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 



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With melting heart and laden hands; 
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This matchless kindness to His foes. 

3. Rise, touched with gratitude Divine; 
Turn out His enemy and thine, 
That soul-destroying monster, sin, 
And let the heavenly Stranger in. 

4. Admit Him ere His anger burn; 
His feet, departed, ne'er return; 
Admit Him, or the hour's at hand, 
You'll at His door rejected stand. 

Rev. Joseph Grigg. 

202* 

1. Ho! every one that thirsts, draw nigh; 
'T is God invites the fallen race; 
Mercy and free salvation buy; 

Buy wine and milk and gospel grace. 

2. Come to the living waters, come! 
Sinners, obey your Maker's call; 
Return, ye weary wanderers, home, 
And find My grace is free for all. 

3. See from the Rock a fountain rise; 
For you in healing streams it rolls; 
Money ye need not bring, nor price, 
Ye laboring, burdened, sin-sick souls. 

Rev. John Wesley. 



203* 

1. Why seek ye that which is not bread, 

Nor can your hungry souls sustain? 
On ashes, husks, and air ye feed; 
Ye spend your little all in vain. 

2. Hearken to Me with earnest care, 

And freely eat substantial food; 

The sweetness of My mercy share, 

And taste that I alone am good. 

3. I bid you all My goodness prove, 

My promises for all are free; 
Come, taste the manna of My love, 
And let your souls delight in Me. 

4. Your willing ear and heart incline, 

My words believingly receive; 
Quickened your souls, by faith Divine, 
An everlasting life shall live. 

Rev. John Wesley. 

204. 

1. Come, weary souls, with sin distressed, 
Come and accept the promised rest; 
The Saviour's gracious call obey, 
And cast your gloomy fears away. 

2. Oppressed with guilt — a painful load — 
O come and bow before your God; 
Divine compassion, mighty love, 

Will all the painful load remove. 



Anne Steele. 



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2. They shall find rest, who learn of me; 

I'm of a meek and lowly mind; 
Bat passion rages like the sea, 
And pride is restless as the wind. 

3. Blest is the man, whose shoulders take 

My yoke, and bear it with delight; 
My yoke is easy to his neck, 
My grace shall make the burden light. 

4. Jesus, we come at Thy command, 

With faith, and hope, and humble zeal; 
Resign our spirits to Thy hand, 

To mould and guide us at Thy will. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

206. 

1. While life prolongs its precious light 

Mercy is found, and- peace is given; 

But soon, ah! soon, approaching night 

Shall blot out every hope of heaven. 

2. Soon, borne on time's most rapid wing, 

Shall death command you to the grave; 
Before His bar your spirits bring, 
And none be found to hear or save. 

3. In that lone land of deep despair 

No Sabbath's heavenly light shall rise; 
No God regard your bitter prayer; 
No Saviour call you to the skies. 

4. Silence, and solitude, and gloom, 

In those forgetful realms appear; 



Deep sorrows fill the dismal tomb, 
And hope shall never enter there. 

5. Now God invites; how blest the day! 

How sweet the Gospel's charming sound! 
Come, sinners, haste, O haste away, 
While yet a pardoning God is found. 

Rev. Timothy Dwight. 

207* PARK STREET. L. M, Page 78. 

1. Say, sinner, hath a voice within 

Oft whispered to thy secret soul; 
Urged thee to leave the ways of sin, 
And yield thy heart to God's control? 

2. Sinner, it was a heavenly voice; 

It was the Spirit's gracious call; 
It bade thee make the better choice, 
And haste to seek in Christ thine all. 

3. Spurn not the call to life and light; 

Regard in time the warning kind; 
That call thou mayest not always slight, 
And yet the gate of mercy find. 

4. God's Spirit will not always strive 

With hardened, self-destroying man; 
Ye who persist His love to grieve, 
May never hear His voice again. 

5. Sinner, perhaps this very day 

Thy last accepted time may be; 
O shouldst thou grieve Him now away, 
Then hope may never beam on thee. 

Mrs. Ann B. Hyde. 



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3. Return, wanderer, now return; 

Thy Saviour bids thee live: 
Come to His cross, and, grateful, learn 
How freely He'll forgive. 

4. Return, wanderer, now return; 

And wipe the fallen tear: 
Thy Father calls; no longer mourn; 
'T is love invites thee near. 

5. Return, O wanderer, now return; 

Regain thy long-sought rest: 
The Saviour's melting mercies yearn 
To clasp thee to His breast. 

Rev. William B. Collyer. 

209. 

1. Let every mortal ear attend, 

And every heart rejoice; 
The trumpet of the Gospel sounds 
With an inviting voice. 

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Here you may quench your raging thirst 
With springs that never dry. 

5. The happy gates of Gospel grace 

Stand open night and day. 
Lord, we are come to seek supplies, 
And drive our wants away. 

Rev. Isaac W3tts. 

210 + AZMON, CM. Page 103. 

1. Amazing sight, the Saviour stands 

And knocks at every door! 
Ten thousand blessings in His hands 
To satisfy the poor. 

2. Behold, He saith, I bleed and die 

To bring you to my rest: 
Hear, sinners, while I'm passing by, 

And be forever blest. 

3. Will you despise My bleeding love, 

And choose the way to hell? 
Or in the glorious realms above, 
With me forever dwell? 

Henry Al tine. 



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Hath like a mountain rose; 
I know His courts, I'll enter in, 
Whatever may oppose. 

3. Prostrate I'll lie before His throne, 

And there my guilt confess; 
I'll tell Him I'm a wretch undone, 
Without His sovereign grace. 

4. I'll to my gracious King approach, 

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Perhaps He may command a touch, 
And then the suppliant lives. 

5. Perhaps He may admit my plea, 

Perhaps He'll hear my prayer; 
But if I perish, I will pray, 
And perish only there. 

6. I can but perish if I go, 

I am resolved to try; 
For if I stay away, I know 
I must forever die. 

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With thankful love shall glow; 

By wondrous grace thy soul set free, 

Eternal life, from Christ, to thee 

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Ere salvations work is done. 

4. Hasten, sinner, to be blest! 

Stay not for the morrow's sun, 
Death may thy poor soul arrest 
Ere the morrow is begun. 

Rev. Thomas Scott 



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2. Say not ye cannot come; 

For Jesus bled and died, 
That none who ask in humble faith 
Should ever be denied. 

3. Say not ye will not come; 

'T is God vouchsafes to call; 
And fearful will their end be found, 
On whom His wrath shall fall. 

4. Come then, whoever will, 

Come while 't is called to-day; 
Flee to the Saviour's cleansing blood; 
Repent, believe, obey. 

Bishop George W. Doane. 



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Come to the supper spread; 
Come, rich and poor, come old and young, 
Come, and be richly fed. 

2. All things are ready, come; 

The door is open wide; 
O feast upon the love of God, 
For Christ, His Son, has died. 

3. All things are ready, come; 

To-morrow may not be; 
O sinner, come, the Saviour waits 
This hour to welcome thee. 

Rev. Albert Midlane. 
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And death is nigh. 
4. The Spirit calls to-day: 
Yield-to His power; 

O grieve Him not away, 
'T is mercy's hour. 



Rev. Samuel F. Smith. 



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Pardon to each rebel sinner, 
Free forgiveness in His name: 

How important! 
Free forgiveness in His name. 

3. Tempted souls, they bring you succor; 
Fearful hearts, they quell your fears, 
And with news of consolation, 

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Tender heralds! 
Chase away the falling tears. 

4. O ye angels, hovering round us, 
Waiting spirits, speed your way; 
Haste ye to the court of heaven, 
Tidings bear without delay: 

Rebel sinners 
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Every grace that brings you nigh, 

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Come to Jesus Christ and buy. 

3. Come, ye weary, heavy-laden, 
Bruised and mangled by the fall; 
If you tarry till you're better, 
You will never come at all; 

Not the righteous, 
Sinners, Jesus came to call. 

4. Agonizing in the garden, 
Your Redeemer prostrate lies; 
On the bloody tree behold Him! 
Hear Him cry before He dies, 

"It is finished!" 
Sinners, will not this suffice? 

5. Lo! the incarnate God ascending, 
Pleads the merit of His blood: 
Venture on Him, venture freely; 
Let no other trust intrude: 

None but Jesus 
Can do helpless sinners good. 

6. Saints and angels joined in concert, 
Sing the praises of the Lamb, 
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Rev. Joseph Hart. 

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1. Come, ye souls by sin afflicted, 

Bowed with fruitless sorrow down, 
By the perfect law convicted, 

Through the cross behold the crown: 

Look to Jesus; 
Mercy flows through Him alone. 

2. Take His easy yoke and wear it; 

Love will make obedience sweet; 
Christ will give you strength to bear it, 
While His wisdom guides your feet 

Safe to glory, 
Where His ransomed captives meet. 

3. Sweet as home to pilgrims w r eary, 

Light to newly-opened eyes, 
Or full springs in desert dreary, 
Is the rest the cross supplies; 

All who taste it. 
Shall to rest immortal rise. 

Rev. Joseph Swain. 



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2. Sinners, turn; why will you die? 
God, your Saviour, asks you why; 
Christ, Who did your souls retrieve, 
Died Himself that you might live. 
Will you let Him die in vain? 
Crucify your Lord again? 
Why, you ransomed sinners, why 
Will you slight His grace, and die? 

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3. Sinners, turn; why will you die? 
God, the Spirit, asks you why; 
He Who all your lives hath strove, 
Wooed you to embrace His love: 
Will you not His grace receive? 
Will you still refuse to live? 
Why, you long-sought sinners, why 
Will you grieve your God, and die? 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

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Come, wretched and starving — come just as 

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2. Hard was my toil to reach the shore, 

Long tossed upon the ocean, 
Above me was the thunder's roar, 

Beneath, the wave's commotion. 
Darkly the pall of night was thrown 

Around me, faint with terror; 
In that dark hour how did my groan 

Ascend for years of error. 

3. Sinking and panting as for breath, 

I knew not help was near me, 
And cried, O save me, Lord, from death; 

Immortal Jesus, hear me. 
Then, quick as thought, I felt Him 
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My Saviour stood before me; 
I saw His brightness round me shine, 

And shouted, Glory! Glory! 

4. O sacred hour! O hallowed spot! 

Where love Divine first found me; 
Wherever falls my distant lot, 

My heart shall linger round thee: 
And as from earth I rise, to soar 

Up to my home in heaven, 
Down will I cast my eyes once more, 

Where I was first forgiven. 

Rev. William Hunter. 



Where the Saviour deigns to die, 
What melodious sounds we hear, 
Bursting on the ravished ear! 
Love's redeeming work is done — 
Come and welcome, sinner, come! 

2. Sprinkled now with blood the throne — 
Why beneath thy burdens groan? 

On My pierced body laid, 
Justice owns the ransom paid — 
Bow the knee, and kiss the Son — 
Come and welcome, sinner, come! 

3. Spread for thee, the festal board 
See with richest bounty stored; 
To thy Father's bosom pressed, 
Thou shalt be a child confessed, 
Never from His house to roam; 
Come and welcome, sinner, come! 

4. Soon the days of life shall end — 
Lo, I come — your Saviour, Friend! 
Safe your spirit to convey 

To the realms of endless day, 

Up to My eternal home — 

Come and welcome, sinner, come! 

Rev. Thomas Haweis. 



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2. That sweet comfort was mine, 
When the favor Divine 

I received through the blood of the Lamb; 

When my heart first believed 

What a joy I received, 
What a heaven in Jesus's name! 

3. 'T was a heaven below 
My Redeemer to know, 

And the angels could do nothing more 

Than to fall at His feet, 

And the story repeat, 
And the Lover of sinners adore. 

4. Jesus all the day long 
Was my joy and my son?; 

O that all His salvation might see! 



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He hath loved me, I cried, 

He hath suffered and died, 

To redeem even rebels like me. 

5. On the wings of His love, 
I was carried above 

All sin, and temptation, and pain; 

I could not believe 

That I ever should grieve, 
That I ever should suffer again. 

6. O the rapturous height 
Of that holy delight 

Which I felt in the life-giving blood! 

Of my Saviour possessed, 

I was perfectly blessed, 
As if filled with the fullness of God. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 



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225* MY LIFE FLOWS ON, 8,7,8,7,0. 



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2. What though my joys and comforts die? 

The Lord my Saviour liveth; 
What though the darkness gather round? 

Songs in the night He giveth; 
No storm can shake my inmost calm, 

While to that refuge clinging; 
Since Christ is Lord of heaven and earth, 

How can I keep from singing? 

3. I lift my eyes; the cloud grows thin; 

I see the blue above it; 
And day by day this pathway smooths, 

Since first I learned to love it; 
The peace of Christ makes fresh my heart, 

A fountain ever springing; 
All things are mine since I am His; 

How can I keep from singing? 

Rev. Robert Lowry. 

226* 

1. I've found a Friend; O such a Friend! 
He loved me ere I knew Him; 
He drew me with the cords of love, 
And thus He bound me to Him; 



And round my heart still closely twine 
Those ties which naught can sever, 

For I am His, and He is mine, 
Forever and forever. 

I've found a Friend; O such a Friend! 

He bled, He died to save me; 
And not alone the gift of life, 

But His Own self He gave me. 
Naught that I have my own I call, 

I hold it for the Giver: 
My heart, my strength, my life, my all, 

Are His, and His forever. 

, I've found a Friend; such a Friend! 

All power to Him is given, 
To guard me on my onward course, 

And bring me safe to heaven. 
Eternal glory gleams afar, 

To nerve my faint endeavor: 
So now to watch, to work, to war, 
And then to rest forever. 

Rev. James G. Small. 



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The power and glory of Thy grace; 
Great God, Thy nature hath no bound, 
So let Thy pardoning love be found. 

3. O wash my soul from every sin, 

And make my guilty conscience clean; 
Here on my heart the burden lies, 
And past offences pain mine eyes. 

4. Yet save a trembling sinner, Lord, 
Whose hope, still hovering round Thy 

Word, 
Would light on some sweet promise there, 
Some sure support against despair. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

228- 

1. With broken heart and contrite sigh, 
A trembling sinner, Lord, I cry; 
Thy pardoning grace is rich and free; 
O God, be merciful to me. 

2. I smite upon my troubled breast, 
With deep and conscious guilt opprest, 
Christ and His cross my only plea; 

O God, be merciful to me. 

3. Far off I stand with tearful eyes, 
Nor dare uplift them to the skies; 
But Thou dost all my anguish see: 
O God, be merciful to me. 



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Can for a single sin atone; 

To Calvary alone I flee; 
O God, be merciful to me. 

5. And when, redeemed from sin and hell, 
With all the ransomed throng I dwell, 
My raptured song shall ever be, 

God has been merciful to me. 

Rev. Cornelius Elven. 

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1. A broken heart, my God, my King, 
Is all the sacrifice I bring: 

The God of grace will ne'er despise 
A broken heart for sacrifice. 

2. My soul lies humbled in the dust, 
And owns Thy dreadful sentence just; 
Look down, O Lord, with pitying eye, 
And save the soul condemned to die. 

3. Then will I teach the world Thy ways; 
Sinners shall learn Thy sovereign grace; 
I'll lead them to my Saviour's blood, 
And they shall praise a pardoning God. 

4. O may Thy love inspire my tongue! 
Salvation shall be all my song; 

And all my powers shall join to bless 
The Lord, my Strength and Righteousness 
Rev. Isaac Watts. 



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2. God calling yet! shall I not rise? 
Can I His loving voice despise, 
And basely His kind care repay? 
He calls me still; can I delay? 

3. God calling yet! and shall He knock, 
And I my heart the closer lock? 

He still is waiting to receive, 
And shall I dare His Spirit grieve? 

231 * SILOAM, C. M, 



4. God calling yet! and shall I give 
No heed, but still in bondage live? 
I wait, but He does not forsake; 
He calls me still; my heart, awake! 

5. God calling yet! I cannot stay; 
My heart I yield without delay: 

Vain world, farewell, from thee I part; 
The voice of God hath reached my heart. 
Gerhard Tersteegen, tr. 

Isaac B. Woodbury. 




2. But there's a voice of sovereign grace, 

Sounds from the Sacred Word : 
Ho! ye despairing sinners, come, 
And trust a pardoning Lord. 

3. My soul obeys the gracious call, 

And runs to this relief; 



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I would believe Thy promise, Lord: 
O help my unbelief. 

4. Weak, helpless, guilty, as I am, 
Into Thine arms I fall; 
Be Thou my Strength and Righteousness, 
My Saviour, and my All. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 



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Remember all Thy dying groans, 
And then remember me. 

3. Lord, I am guilty, I am vile, 

But Thy salvation's free; 
Then in Thine all-abounding grace, 
Dear Lord, remember me. 

4. And when I close my eyes in death, 

When earthly help shall flee, 
Then, my dear Redeemer, God, 
O then remember me. 

Rev. Richard Burnham. 

233- 

1. O thou Whose tender mercy hears 

Contrition's humble sigh; 
Whose hand, indulgent, wipes the tears 
From sorrow's weeping eye: 

2. See, low before Thy throne of grace, 

A wretched wanderer mourn; 
Hast Thou not bid me seek Thy face? 
Hast Thou not said, Return? 

3. And shall my guilty fears prevail 

To drive me from Thy feet? 
O let not this dear refuge fail, 
This only safe retreat. 



4. O shine on this benighted heart, 
With beams of mercy shine, 
And let Thy healing voice impart 

A taste of joy Divine. Anne Steele. 

234* CHOPIN. C, M, Page 175. 




1. Approach, my soul, the mercy-seat v 

Where Jesus answers prayer; 
There humbly fall before His feet, 
For none can perish there. 

2. Thy promise is my only plea; 

With this I venture nigh; 
Thou callest burdened souls to Thee, 
And such, O Lord, am I. 

3. Be Thou my Shield and Hiding-place, 

That, sheltered near Thy side, 
I may my fierce accuser face, 
And tell him Thou hast died. 

4. O wondrous love! to bleed and die, 

To bear the cross and shame, 
That guilty sinners, such as I, 
Might plead Thy gracious name. 

Rev. John /Newton. 



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If still the same Thou art; 
To Thee I look, to Thee, my Lord! 
Lift up a helpless heart. 

3. Thou seest my troubled breast, 

The strugglings of my will, 
The foes that interrupt my rest, 
The agonies I feel. 

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4. my offended Lord, 

Restore my inward peace; 
I know Thou canst; pronounce the word, 
And bid the tempest cease. 

5, I long to see Thy face, 

Thy Spirit I implore, 
The living water of Thy grace, 
That I may thirst no more. 

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1. Depth of mercy! can there be 
Mercy still reserved for me? 
Can my God His wrath forbear? 
Me, the chief of sinners, spare? 

2. I have long withstood His grace; 
Long provoked Him to His face; 
Would not hearken to His calls; 
Grieved Him by a thousand falls. 



3. Yet for me the Saviour stands; 

Shows His wounds, and spreads His hands; 
God is Love, I know, I feel; 
Jesus weeps, and loves me still. 

4. Now incline me to repent; 
Let me now my fall lament; 
Now my foul revolt deplore; 
Weep, believe, and sin no more. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 



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O'er the grave where Lazarus slept; 
By the bitter tears that flowed 
Over Salem's lost abode, — 
Saviour, look with pitying eye; 
Saviour, help me, or I die. 

3. By Thy lonely hour of prayer; 
By the fearful conflict there; 
By Thy cross and dying cries; 
By Thy one great sacrifice, — 
Saviour, look with pitying eye; 
Saviour, help me, or I die. 

4. By Thv triumph o'er the grave; 
By Thy power the lost to save; 
By Thv high, majestic throne; 
By the empire all Thine Own, — 
Saviour, look with pitying eye; 
Saviour, help me, or I die. 

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238. 

1. Jesus, Lamb of God, for me 
Thou, the Lord of life, didst die; 

Whither — whither, but to Thee, 

Can a trembling sinner fly? 
Death's dark waters o'er me roll, 
Save, O save my sinking soul! 

2. All my soul, by love subdued, 
Melts in deep contrition there; 

By Thy mighty grace renewed, 

New-born hope forbids despair: 
Lord, Thou canst my guilt forgive, 
Thou hast bid me look and live. 

3. While with broken heart I kneel, 
Sinks the inward storm to rest; 

Life — immortal life — I feel 

Kindled in my throbbing breast: 
Thine — forever Thine — I am! 
Glory to Thee, bleeding Lamb! 

Rev. Ray Palmer. 

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And my soul of peace bereaved, 
Precious gifts have basely squandered, 
And Thy goodness deeply grieved. 

3. All my evil course lamenting, 

Sinful thought and word and deed, 

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For Thy mercy now I plead. 

4. Hear the voice of my contrition; 
Let Thy love my sorrows heal; 
Grant my sins complete remission; 
Full Thy blessed peace reveal. 

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1. Take me, O my Father, take me; 

Take me, save me, through Thy Son; 
That which Thou wouldst have me, make 
Let Thy will in me be done. [me, 

2. Long from Thee my footsteps straying, 

Thorny proved the way I trod; 

Weary come I now, and praying, 

Take me to Thy love, my God. 

3. Fruitless years with grief recalling, 

Humbly I confess my sin; 
At Thy feet, O Father, falling, 
To Thy household take me in. 



Freely now to Thee I proffer 
This relenting heart of mine; 

Freely, life and soul I offer, 
Gift unworthy love like Thine. 

Once the world's Redeemer dying, 

Bore our sins upon the tree; 
On that sacrifice relying, 

Now I look in hope to Thee. 

Father, take me; all forgiving, 

Fold me to Thy loving breast; 

In Thy love forever living, 

I must be forever blest. 

Rev. Ray Palmer. 



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241* WOODWORTH, L. M. 



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2. Just as I am, and waiting not 
To rid my soul of one dark blot, 

To Thee, Whose blood can cleanse each 

spot, 
O Lamb of God, I come, I come. 

3. Just as I am, though tossed about 
With many a conflict, many a doubt, 
With fears within, and foes without, 
O Lamb of God, I come, I come. 

4. Just as I am, poor, wretched, blind; 
Sight, riches, healing of the mind, 
Yea, all I need, in Thee to find, 

O Lamb of God, I come, I come. 

5. Just as I am, Thou wilt receive, 

Wilt welcome, pardon, cleanse, relieve, 
Because Thy promise I believe, 
O Lamb of God, I come, I come. 

Miss Charlotte Elliott. 

242* AVON. 0. M. Page 68. 

1. Faith adds new charms to earthly bliss, 

And saves me from its snares; 
Its aid, in every duty, brings, 
And softens all my cares. 

2. The wounded conscience knows its power 

The healing balm to give; 
That balm the saddest heart can cheer, 
And make the dying live. 



3. Wide it unvails celestial worlds, 

Where deathless pleasures reign; 
And bids me seek my portion there, 
Nor bids me seek in vain. 

4. It shows the precious promise sealed 

With the Redeemer's blood; 

And helps my feeble hope to rest 

Upon 'a faithful God. 

Rev. Daniel Turner. 

243 ♦ AZMON. C. M, Page 103. 
i. Father,- I stretch my hands to Thee; 
No other help I know; 
If Thou withdraw Thyself from me. 
Ah, whither shall I go? 

2. What did Thine only Son endure 

Before I drew my breath; 
What pain, what labor, to secure 
My soul from endless death! 

3. Author of faith, to Thee I lift 

My weary, longing eyes: 
O let me now receive that gift; 
My soul without it dies. 

4. Surely Thou canst not let me die; 

O speak, and I shall live; 

And here I will unwearied lie, 

Till Thou Thy Spirit give. 

Rev. diaries Wesley. 



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244* A2M0N, 0, M, 



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2. Sweet on His righteousness to stand, 

Which saves from second death; 
Sweet to experience, day by day, 
His Spirit's quickening breath. 

3. Sweet on His faithfulness to rest, 

Whose love can never end; 
Sweet on His covenant of grace 
For all things to depend. 

4. Sweet in the confidence of faith 

To trust His firm decrees; 
Sweet to lie passive in His hand, 
And know no will but His. 

5. Sweet to rejoice in. lively hope, 

That, when my change shall come, 
Angels will hover round my bed, 
And waft my spirit home. 

Rev. Augustus M. Toplady. 

245. 

1. O Jesus, sweet the tears I shed, 

While at Thy cross I kneel, 
Gaze at Thy wounded, fainting head, 
And all Thy sorrows feel. 

2. My heart dissolves to see Thee bleed, 

This heart so hard before; 
I hear Thee for the guilty plead, 
And grief o'erflows the more. 

3. 'T was for the sinful Thou didst die, 

And I a sinner stand: 
What love speaks from Thy dying eye, 
And from each pierced hand! 



4. I know this cleansing blood of Thine 
Was shed, dear Lord, for me: 
For me, for all, O grace Divine, 
Who look by faith on Thee. 

Rev. Ray Palmer. 

246. 

1. O FOR a faith that will not shrink, 

Though pressed by many a foe, 
That will not tremble on the brink 
Of any earthly woe; 

2. That will not murmur nor complain 

Beneath the chastening rod, 
But in the hour of grief or pain 
Will lean upon its God; 

3. A faith that shines more bright and clear 

When tempests rage without; 
That when in danger knows no fear, 
In darkness feels no doubt; 

4. That bears unmoved the world's dread 

Nor heeds its scornful smile; [frown, 
That seas of trouble cannot drown, 
Or Satan's arts beguile; 

5. A faith that keeps the narrow way 

Till life's last hour is fled, 
And with a pure and heavenly ray 
Illumes a dying bed. 

6. Lord, give us such a faith as this, 

And then whate'er may come, 
We'll taste, e'en here, the hallowed bliss 
Of an eternal home. 

Rev. William H. Bathurst. 



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2. My soul at rest in Jesus lives; 
Accepts the peace His pardon gives; 
Receives the grace His death secured; 
And pleads the anguish He endured. 

3. My soul its every foe defies, 
And cries, 'T is God that justifies! 
Who charges God's elect with sin? 
Shall Christ, Who died their peace to win ? 

4. A song of praise my soul shall sing 
To our eternal, glorious King; 
Shall worship humbly at His feet, 
In Whom alone it stands complete. 

Mrs. G W. Hinsdale. 

248- 

1. Jesus, Thy blood and righteousness 
My beauty are, my glorious dress: 
'Midst flaming worlds, in these arrayed, 
With joy shall I lift up my head. 

2. Bold shall I stand in Thy great day, 
For who aught to my charge shall lay? 
Fully absolved, through these, I am 
From sin and fear, from guilt and shame. 

3. The holy, meek, unspotted Lamb, 
Who from the Father's bosom came, 
Who died for me, e'en me to atone, 
Now for my Lord and God I own. 

4. Lord, I believe Thy precious blood, 
Which at the mercy-seat of God 
Forever doth for sinners plead, 
For me, e'en for my soul, was shed. 

/Nicolaus L. Zinzendorf. 



249* DUANE STREET. L, M. D. Page 121. 




1. JESUS, my All, to heaven is gone, 
He Whom I fix my hopes upon; 
His track I see, and I'll pursue 
The narrow way, till Him I view. 

2. The way the holy prophets went, 
The road that leads from banishment, 
The King's highway of holiness 

I'll go, for all His paths are peace. 

3. This is the way I long have sought, 
And mourned because I found it not; 
My grief a burden long has been, 
Because I was not saved from sin. 

4. The more I strove against its power, 
I felt its weight and guilt the more; 
Till late I heard my Saviour say, 
Come hither, soul, I am the way. 

5. Lo, glad I come; and Thou, blest Lamb, 
Shalt take me to Thee as I am; 
Nothing but sin have I to give, 
Nothing but love shall I receive. 

6. Then will I tell to sinners round, 
What a dear Saviour I have found; 
I'll point to Thy redeeming blood, 
And say, Behold the way of God. 

Rev. John Cennick. 

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i. Thy sovereign right I own, 
Thy glorious power confess; 
Thy law shall ever rule my heart, 
While I adore Thy grace. 

3. Too long my feet have strayed 
In sin's forbidden way; 
But since Thou hast my soul reclaimed, 
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4. My soul, to Jesus joined 
By faith and hope and love, 

Now seeks to dwell among Thy saints, 
And rest with them above. 

5. Accept, O Lord, my heart, 
To Thee myself I give; 

Nor suffer me from hence to stray, 
Or cause Thy saints to grieve. 

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To Him Who merits all my love: 
Let cheerful anthems fill His house, 
While to that sacred shrine I move. 

3. 'T is done, the great transaction's done; 

I am my Lord's, and He is mine; 
He drew me, and 1 followed on, 
Charmed to confess the voice Divine. 

4. Now rest, my long-divided heart; 

Fixed on this blissful center, rest; 
Nor ever from thy Lord depart: 
With Him of every good possessed. 

5. High heaven, that heard the solemn vow, 

That vow renewed shall daily hear, 
Till in life's latest hour I bow, 

And bless in death a bond so dear. 

Rev. Philip Doddridge. 

252* S, M. LABAN, Page 127. 
1 Oh, bless the Lord, my soul! 

Let all within me join, 
And aid my tongue to bless His name, 

Whose favors are Divine. 



Oh, bless the Lord, my soul! 

Nor let His mercies lie 
Forgotten in unthankfulness, 

And without praises die. 

'T is He forgives thy sins, 

'T is He relieves thy pain, 
'T is He that heals thy sicknesses, 

And makes thee young again. 

He crowns thy life with love, 
When ransomed from the grave; 

He that redeemed my soul from hell, 
Hath sovereign power to save. 

He fills the poor with good; 

He gives the sufferers rest: 
The Lord hath judgments for the proud, 

And justice for the oppressed. 

His wondrous works and ways 

He made by Moses known; 
But sent the world His truth and grace 

By His beloved Son. Rev. Isaac Watts. 



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253* HEBER. C. M. 




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Was mine and only mine; 
The good in which I now rejoice, 
Is Thine, and only Thine. 

3. The darkness of my former state, 

The bondage, all was mine; 
The light of life, in which I walk, 
The liberty, is Thine. 

4. Thy grace first made me feel my sin, 

It taught me to believe; 
Then, in believing, peace I found, 
And now I live — I live! 

5. All that I am, e'en here on earth; 

All that I hope to be 
When Jesus comes, and glory dawns, 
I owe it, Lord, to Thee. 

Rev. Horatius Bonar. 

254* HENRY, CM, Page 98. 

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Who knows his sins forgiven! 

This earth, he cries, is not my place, 
I seek my place in heaven. 

, A country far from mortal sight, 

Yet, O by faith I see 
The land of rest, the saints' delight, 
The heaven prepared for me. 



3. O what a blessed hope is ours! 
While here on earth we stay, 

We more than taste the heavenly powers 
And antedate that day. 

4. We feel the resurrection near, 
Our life in Christ concealed, 

And with His glorious presence here 
Our earthen vessels filled. 

5. O would He more of heaven bestow! 
And when the vessels break, 

Let our triumphant spirits go 
To see the God we seek. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

255+ 

1. My Father, God! how sweet the sound! 
How tender and how dear! 

Not all the melody of heaven 
Could so delight the ear. 

2. Come, sacred Spirit, seal the name 

On my expanding heart; 
And show, that in Jehovah's grace 
I share a filial part. 

3. Cheered by a signal so Divine, 

Unwavering I believe; 
My spirit, "Abba, Father," cries, 
Nor can the sign deceive. 

Rev. Philip Doddridge. 

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For me to intercede, 
His all-redeeming love, 

His precious blood to plead; 
His blood atoned for all our race, 
And sprinkles now the throne of grace. 

3. Five bleeding wounds He bears, 

Received on Calvary; 
They pour effectual prayers, 

They strongly speak for me: 
Forgive him, O forgive, they cry, 
Nor let that ransomed sinner die. 

4. The Father hears Him pray, 

His dear anointed One: 
He cannot turn away 

The presence of His Son: 
His Spirit answers to the blood, 
And tells me I am born of God. 

5. To God I'm reconciled, 

His pardoning voice I hear; 
He owns me for His child, 

I can no longer fear; 
With confidence I now draw nigh, 
And "Father, Abba, Father," cry. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 



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1. O thou, to Whose all-searching sight 
The darkness shineth as the light, 
Search, prove my heart; it pants for Thee; 
O burst these bonds, and set it free. 

2. Wash out its stains; refine its dross; 
Nail my affections to the cross; 
Hallow each thought; let all within 
Be clean, as Thou, my Lord, art clean. 

3. When rising floods my soul o'erflow, 
When sinks my heart in waves of woe, 
Jesus, Thy timely aid impart, 

And raise my head, and cheer my heart. 

4. Saviour, where'er Thy steps I see, 
Dauntless, untired, I follow Thee; 
O let Thy hand support me still, 
And lead me to Thy holy hill. 

5. If rough and thorny be my way, 
My strength proportion to my day; 
Till toil, and grief, and pain shall cease, 
W "here all is calm, and joy, and peace. 

flicolaus L. Zinzendorf. 



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2. Thine would I live, Thine would I die, 
Be Thine through all eternity; 

The vow is past beyond repeal, 
And now I set the solemn seal. 

3. Here, at that cross where flows the blood 
That bought my guilty soul for God, 
Thee, my new Master, now I call, 

And consecrate to Thee my all. 

■Rev. Samuel Davies. 

259. 

1. O Love, Thy sovereign aid impart, 

And guard the gift Thyself hast given. 
My Portion Thou, my Treasure art, 

My Life, and Happiness, and Heaven. 

2. Would aught on earth my wishes share? 

Though dear as life the idol be, 
The idol from my breast I'd tear, 
Resolved to seek my all in Thee. 

3. Whate'er I fondly counted mine, 

To Thee, my Lord, I here restore; 
Gladly I all for Thee resign; 

Give me Thyself, I ask no more. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

260. 

1. O Jesus, full of truth and grace! 

all-atoning Lamb of God! 

I wait to see Thy glorious face; 

1 seek redemption in Thy blood. 



2. Thou art the Anchor of my hope; 

The faithful promise I receive; 
Surely Thy death shall raise me up, 
For Thou hast died that I might live. 

3. Satan, with all his arts, no more 

Me from the Gospel hope can move; 
I shall receive the gracious power, 
And find the pearl of perfect love. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

261. 

1. God of all power, and truth, and grace, 

Which shall from age to age endure, 
Whose word, when heaven and earth shall 
pass, 
Remains and stands forever sure; 

2. That I Thy mercy may proclaim, 

That all mankind Thy truth my see, 
Hallow Thy great and glorious name, 
And perfect holiness in me. 

3. Give me a new, a perfect heart, 

From doubt, and fear, and sorrow free; 
The mind which was in Christ impart, 
And let my spirit cleave to Thee. 

4. O that I now, from sin released, 

Thy word may to the utmost prove; 
Enter into the promised rest, 
The Canaan of Thy perfect love! 



Rev. Charles Wesley. 



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202* SESSIONS. L. M, 



L. 0. Emerson. 




2. Take my poor heart, and let it be 
Forever closed to all but Thee: 

Seal Thou my breast, and let me wear 
That pledge of love forever there. 

3. How blest are they who still abide 
Close sheltered in Thy bleeding side! 
Who thence their life and strength derive, 
And bv Thee move, and in Thee live. 



263* BROWN. C, M. 



4. What are our works but sin and death, 
Till Thou Thy quickening Spirit breathe? 
Thou givest the power Thy grace to move; 
wondrous grace! O boundless love! 

5. Hence our hearts melt, our eyes o'erflow, 
Our words are lost, nor will we know, 
Nor will we think of aught beside, 

My Lord, my Love, the Crucified. 

Micolaus L. ZinzendotT. 
William B. Bradbury. 




2. He justly claims us for His Own, 
Who bought us with a price: 
The Christian lives to Christ alone, 
To Christ alone he dies. 



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Fulfill our hearts' desire; 
And let us to Thy glory live, 

And in Thy cause expire! 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 



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264* ARCADIA. C. M. 



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2. I hold Thee with a trembling hand, 

And will not let Thee go, 
Till steadfastly by faith I stand, 
And all Thy goodness know. 

3. O that in me the sacred fire 

Might now begin to glow! 
Burn up the dross of base desire, 
And make the mountains flow! 

4. O that it now from heaven might fall, 

And all my sins consume! 
Come, Holy Ghost, for Thee I call, 
Spirit of burning, come. 

5. Refining fire, go through my heart, 

Illuminate my soul; 
Scatter Thy life through every part, 
And sanctify the whole. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

265. 

1. Jesus hath died that I might live, 

Might live to God alone, 
In Him eternal life receive, 
And be in spirit one. 

2. Give me Thyself; from every boast, 

From every wish set free; 
Let all I am in Thee be lost, 
But give Thyself to me! 



3. Thy gifts, alas, cannot suffice, 
Unless Thyself be given; 
Thy presence makes my Paradise, 
And where Thou art, is heaven. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 



266* BALERMA, 




C, M. Page 76. 

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1. Come, let us use the grace Divine, 

And all, with one accord, 
In a perpetual covenant join 
Ourselves to Christ the Lord. 

2. Give up ourselves through Jesus' power. 

His name to glorify; 
And promise, in this sacred hour, 
For God to live and die. 

3. The covenant we this moment make, 

Be ever kept in mind; 
We will no more our God forsake, 
Or cast His words behind. 

4. We never will throw off His fear, 

Who hears our solemn vow; 
And if Thou art well pleased to hear, 
Come down, and meet us now. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 



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267* DESERT. C. M. 



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2. A heart resigned, submissive, meek, 

My great Redeemer's throne; 
Where only Christ is heard to speak, 
Where Jesus reigns alone. 

3. for a lowly, contrite heart, 

Believing, true, and clean, 
Which neither life nor death can part 
From Him Who dwells within. 

4. A heart in every thought renewed, 

And full of love Divine; 
Perfect, and right, and pure, and good; 
A copy, Lord, of Thine. 

5. Thy nature, gracious Lord, impart; 

Come quickly from above; 
Write Thy new name upon my heart, 
Thy new, best name of love. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 



So free ----- ly spilt for me. 

268* EVAN, C. M, Page 172. 

1. Forever here my rest shall be, 

Close to Thy bleeding side; 
This all my hope, and all my plea, 
For me the Saviour died. 

2. My dying Saviour, and my God, 

Fountain for guilt and sin, 
Sprinkle me ever with Thy blood, 
And cleanse and keep me clean. 

3. Wash me, and make me all Thine Own - , 

Wash me, and mine Thou art; 

Wash me, but not my feet alone, — 

My hands, my head, my heart. 

4. The cleansing of Thy blood apply, 

Till faith to sight improve: 
Till hope in full fruition die, 
And all my soul be love. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 



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269* OLMUTZ, S, M'. 



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2. Nay, but I yield, I yield! 

I can hold out no more; 
I sink, by dying love compelled, 
And own Thee Conqueror. 

3. Though late, I all forsake, 

My friends, my all resign; 
Gracious Redeemer, take, O take, 
And seal me ever Thine! 

4. Come, and possess me whole, 

Nor hence again remove; 

Settle and fix my wavering soul 
With all Thy weight of love. 

5. My Life, my Portion Thou, 

Thou all-sufficient art; 
My Hope, my heavenly Treasure, now 
Enter and keep my heart. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

1. Jesus, my Strength, my Hope, 

On Thee I cast my care; 
With humble confidence look up, 
And know Thou hearest my prayer, 

2. I want a sober mind, 

A self-renouncing will, 
That tramples down and casts behind 
The baits of pleasing ill: 

3. A soul inured to pain, 

To hardship, grief, and loss; 



Bold to take up, firm to sustain, 
The consecrated cross. 

4. I want a godly fear, 

A quick discerning eye, 
That looks to Thee when sin is near, 
And sees the tempter fly. 

5. A spirit still prepared, 

And armed with jealous care; 
Forever standing on its guard, 
And watching unto prayer. 

Rev. Charles Wesley 

2 "71+ GREENWOOD, S. M, Page 173. 

1. Jesus, I live to Thee, 

The Loveliest and Best; 
My life in Thee, Thy life in me, 
In Thy blest love I rest. 

2. Jesus, I die to Thee, 

Whenever death shall come; 
To die in Thee is life to me, 
In my eternal home. 

3. Whether to live or die, 

I know not which is best; 
To live in Thee is bliss to me, 
To die is endless rest. 

4. Living or dying, Lord, 

I ask but to be Thine; 
My life in Thee, Thy life in me, 
Makes heaven forever mine. 

Rev. Henry Harbaugh. 



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Swift and beautiful for Thee. 
Take my voice and let me sing 
Always, only, for my King. 

3. Take my lips and let them be 
Filled with messages from Thee. 
Take my silver and my gold; 
Not a mite would I withhold. 

4. Take my moments and my days; 
Let them flow in endless praise. 
Take my intellect and use 
Every power as Thou shalt choose. 

5. Take my will and make it Thine; 
It shall be no longer mine. 
Take my heart, it is Thine Own, 
It shall be Thy royal throne. 

6. Take my love; my Lord, I pour 
At Thy feet its treasure store. 
Take myself, and I will be 
Ever, only, all for Thee. 

Miss Frances R. Havergal. 

273* See REFUGE, page 125. 
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Thine unutterable love. 

2. More and more of love I claim, 
Glowing still with quenchless flame; 
All my heart to Thee aspires, 
Yearns with infinite desires. 

3. Every thought, design, and word, 
Burns with love to Thee, my Lord; 
Body, soul, and spirit joined, 

All in love to Thee combined. 

4. Ever since I saw Thy face, 
Proved Thy plenitude of grace, 
Chose Thee as the better part, 
Love has filled and fired my heart. 

5. Jesus, Saviour, Thou art mine; 
Jesus, all I have is Thine: 
Never shall the altar-fire, 
Kindled on my heart, expire. 

6. Love my darkness shall illume, 
Love shall all my sins consume; 
Sweetly then I die to prove 

An eternity of love. Benjamin Gough. 

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Shout, O Zion, 
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2. O'er the page of condemnation 

See the cleansing current flow, 

Washing stains of deep carnation 

Whiter than the driven snow: 

Full salvation! 
O the rapturous bliss to know! 

3. Love's resistless current sweeping 

All the regions deep within; 
Thought, and wish, and senses keeping 
Now, and every instant, clean: 

Full salvation! 
Full salvation from all sin! 

4. Life immortal, heaven descending, 

Lo, the Spirit seeks His shrine! 
God and man in oneness blending — 



O what fellowship is mine! 

Full salvation! 
Raised in Christ to life Divine. 

5. Care and doubting, sin and sorrow, 
Fear and shame, are mine no more; 
Faith knows naught of dark to-morrow, 
For my Saviour goes before: 

Full salvation! 
Full and free for evermore! 

F. Bottome. 
D0X0L0GY, 8, 7, 8, 7, 4, 7. 

GLORY be to God the Father, 
Glory be to God the Son, 
Glory be to God the Spirit, 
Great Jehovah, Three in One: 

Glory, glory, 
While eternal ages run. 



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2. Breathe, O breathe Thy loving Spirit 

Into every troubled breast; 
Let us all in Thee inherit, 

Let us find the promised rest. 
Take away our love of sinning; 

Alpha and Omega be; 
End of faith, as its beginning, 

Set our hearts at liberty. 

3. Come, almighty to deliver, 

Let us all Thy life receive; 
Speedily return, and never, 
Never more Thy temples leave: 



Thee we would be always blessing, 
Serve Thee as Thy hosts above, 

Pray and praise Thee without ceasing, 
Glory in Thy perfect love. 

4. Finish, then, thy new creation; 

Pure and spotless let us be; 
Let us see Thy great salvation 

Perfectly restored in Thee; 
Changed from glory into glory, 

Till in heaven we take our place, 
Till we cast our crowns before Thee, 

Lost in wonder, love, and praise. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 



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278* GRATITUDE. L, M, 



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Whereon my weary soul can lie; 
And peace, and joy, and boundless grace 
Enfold me like a summer sky. 

3. The storms may come, the sunshine go, 

My Friend will still be true and strong; 



His hand will wipe the tears that flow, 
And bear my trembling soul along. 

4. I know I love Him, feel Him mine; 
He rules my soul with gentle sway; 
He guides me still in light Divine, 
And bids me wait His crowning day. 
Rev. H. B. Hartzler. 



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1. I'm not ashamed to own my Lord, 

Or to defend His cause, 
Maintain the honor of His word, 
The glory of His cross. 

2. Jesus, my God! I know His name, 

His name is all my trust; 
Nor will He put my soul to shame, 
Nor let my hope be lost. 

3. Firm as His throne His promise stands, 

And He can well secure 
What I've committed to His hands, 
Till the decisive hour. 

4. Then will He own my worthless name 

Before His Father's face, 



And in the new Jerusalem 
Appoint my soul a place. 



Rev. Isaac Watts. 



280* 



1. Come, Holy Ghost, my soul inspire; 

This one great gift impart — 
What most I need, and most desire, 
An humble, holy heart. 

2. Bear witness I am born again, 

My many sins forgiven; 
Nor let a gloomy doubt remain 
To cloud my hope of heaven. 

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2. What we have felt and seen, 

With confidence we tell; 
And publish to the sons of men, 
The signs infallible. 

3. We who in Christ believe 

That He for us hath died, 
We all His unknown peace receive, 
And feel His blood applied. 

4. Exults our rising soul, 

Disburdened of its load, 

And swells, unutterably full 

Of glory and of God. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

282* 

1. I hear the words of love, 

I gaze upon the blood, 
I see the mighty Sacrifice, 
And I have peace with God. 

2. The clouds may go and come, 

And storms may sweep my sky; 
This blood-sealed friendship changes not, 
The cross is ever nigh. 

3. I change; He changes not, 

The Christ can never die; 
His love, not mine, the resting-place, 
His truth, not mine, the tie. 

Rev. Horatius Bonar. 



900 7, 6, 7, 6, D, See ST, HILDA, page 286; 
^°°* or CRUCIFIX, page 52. 

1. I lay my sins on Jesus, 

The spotless Lamb of God; 
He bears them all, and frees us 

From the accursed load. 
I bring my guilt to Jesus, 

To wash my crimson stains 
White, in His blood most precious, 

Till not a stain remains. 

2. I lay my wants on Jesus; 

All fullness dwells in Him; 
He heals all my diseases, 

He doth my soul redeem. 
I lay my griefs on Jesus, 

My burdens and my cares; 
He from them all releases, 

He all my sorrows shares. 

3. I long to be like Jesus, — 

Meek, loving, lowly, mild; 
I long to be like Jesus, 

The Father's holy Child. 
I long to be with Jesus, 

Amid the heavenly throng, 
To sing, with saints, His praises, 

To learn the angels' song. 

Rev. Horatius Bonar. 



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284:* HEBER. C. M. 



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2. I stand upon the mount of God, 

With sunlight in my soul; 
I sec the storm in vales beneath, 
I hear the thunders roll. 

3. But I am calm with Thee, my God, 

Beneath these glorious skies; 

And to the height on which I stand 

No storms nor clouds can rise. 

4. O this is life, O this is joy, 

My God, to find Thee so; 
Thy face to see, Thy voice to hear, 
And all Thy love to know. Unknown 

285- 

1. My God, the covenant of Thy love 

Abides for ever sure; 
And in its matchless grace I feel 
My happiness secure. 

2. Since Thou, the everlasting God, 

My Father art become, 
Jesus, my Guardian and my Friend, 
And heaven my final home; — 

3. I welcome all Thy sovereign will, 

For all that will is love; 
And when I know not what Thou dost, 
I wait the light above. 

Rev. Philip Doddridge. 



286* 7, 7, 7, 7. See HORTON, page m7- 

1. Wait, my soul, upon the Lord, 

To His gracious promise flee, 
Laying hold upon His word, 
As thy days thy strength shall be. 

2. If the sorrows of thy case 

Seem peculiar still to thee, 
God has promised needful grace: 
As thy days thy strength shall be. 

3. Rock of Ages, I'm secure, 

With Thy promise, full and free, 
Ever faithful, ever sure: 

As thy days thy strength shall be. 

William F. Lloyd. 

287 ♦ L. M, See ROCKINGHAM, page 122. 

1. Let me but hear my Saviour say, 
Strength shall be equal to thy day; 
Then I rejoice in deep distress, 
Leaning on all-sufficient grace. 

2. I can do all things, or can bear 
All suffering, if my Lord be there; 
Sweet pleasures mingle with the pains, 
While He my sinking head sustains. 

3. I glory in infirmity, 

That Christ's Own power may rest on me; 
When I am weak, then am I strong; 
Grace is my shield, and Christ my song. 
Rev. Isaac Watts. 

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And not one bud of grace appear; 
No fruit of all my toil and pain, 

But sin, and only sin, is here; 
Although my gifts and comforts lost, 

My blooming hopes cut off I see; 
Yet will I in my Saviour trust, 

And glory that He died for me. 

3. In hope, believing against hope, 

Jesus my Lord and God I claim; 
Jesus, my Strength, shall lift me up, 

Salvation is in Jesus' name; 
To me He soon shall bring it nigh; 

My soul shall then outstrip the wind, 
On wings of love mount up on high, 

And leave the world and sin behind. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

289* S. M, See LISBON, page 106. 
1. Be tranquil, O my soul, 
Be quiet, every fear, 



Thy Father hath complete control, 
And He is ever near. 

2. Ne'er of thy lot complain, 

Whatever may befall; 
Sickness, or care, or want, or pain, 
'T is well-appointed all. 

3. O then, my soul, be still, 

Await heaven's high decree; 
Seek but thy gracious Father's will, 
It shall be well with thee. 

Dr. Thomas Hastings. 

290* S. M. See LISBON, page 106. 

1. Firm and unmoved are they 

That rest their souls on God; 
Firm as the mount where David dwelt, 
Or where the Ark abode. 

2. As mountains stood to guard 

The City's sacred ground, 
So God, and His almighty love, 
Embrace His saints around. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

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I am thy Portion; Come to Me. 

4. O voice of mercy! voice of love! 
In conflict, grief, and agony, 
Support me, cheer me from above, 
And gently whisper, Come to Me. 

Charlotte Elliott. 

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And face a frowning world. 

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122 



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My God, my heaven, my all. 

4. There shall I bathe my weary soul 
In seas of heavenly rest, 
And not a wave of trouble roll 
Across my peaceful breast. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 



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But we can trust our all to Thee, 
Our Father, and our God. 

3. If called, like Abraham's child, to climb 

The hill of sacrifice, 
Some angel may be there in time; 
Deliverance shall arise: 

4. Or, if some darker lot be good, 

teach us to endure 

The sorrow, pain, or solitude, 
That make the spirit pure. 

5. Christ by no flowery pathway came; 

And we, His followers here, 
Must do Thy will and praise Thy name, 
In hope, and love, and fear. 

Rev. William J. Irons. 

294* 

1. Dear Refuge of my weary soul, 

On Thee, when sorrows rise, 
On Thee, when waves of trouble roll, 
My fainting hope relies. 

2. To Thee I tell each rising grief, 

For Thou alone canst heal; 
Thy Word can bring a sweet relief 
For every pain I feel. 

3. But O, when gloomy doubts prevail, 

1 fear to call Thee mine; 

The springs of comfort seem to fail, 
And all my hopes decline. 



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4. Yet, gracious God, where shall I flee? 

Thou art my only trust; 
And still my soul would cleave to Thee, 
Though prostrate in the dust. 

5. Thy mercy-seat is open still; 

Here let my soul retreat, 
With humble hope attend Thy will, 
And wait beneath Thy feet. 

Anne Steele. 

295 + 

1. Lord, it belongs not to my care 

Whether I die or live; 
To love and serve Thee is my share, 
And this Thy grace must give. 

2. If life be long, I will be glad 

That I may long obey; 
If short, yet why should I be sad 
To end my toilsome day? 

3. Christ leads me through no darker rooms 

Than He went through before; 
He that unto God's kingdom comes 
Must enter by His door. 

4. Come, Lord, when grace hath made me 

Thy blessed face to see; [meet 

For, if Thy work on earth be sweet, 
What will Thy glory be! 

5. Then I shall end my sad complaints, 

And weary, sinful days, 
And join with the triumphant saints 
Who sing Jehovah's praise. 

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3. Nothing in my hand 1 bring; 
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When my eyelids close in death, 
When I soar to worlds unknown, 
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Other refuge have I none; 

Hangs my helpless soul on Thee; 
Leave, O leave me not alone; 

Still support and comfort me. 
All my trust on Thee is stayed; 

All my help from Thee I bring; 
Cover my defenceless head 

With the shadow of Thy wing. 

, Thou, O Christ, art all I want; 
More than all in Thee I find. 
Raise the fallen, cheer the faint, 
Heal the sick and lead the blind. 



Just and holy is Thy name; 

I am all unrighteousness; 
False, and full of sin I am; 

Thou art full of truth and grace. 

Plenteous grace with Thee is found, 

Grace to cover all my sin; 
Let the healing streams abound; 

Make and keep me pure within. 
Thou of life the fountain art; 

Freely let me take of Thee; 
Spring Thou up within my heart, 

Rise to all eternity. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 



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And sailed through bloody seas? 

3. Are there no foes for me to face? 

Must 1 not stem the Hood? 
Is this vile world a friend to grace 
To help me on to God? 

4. Sure I must tight, if I would reign; 

Increase; my courage. Lord: 
I 11 bear the toil, endure the pain, 
Supported by Thy Word. 

5. Thy saints, in all this glorious war, 

Shall conquer, though they die; 
They see the triumph from afar, 
With faith's discerning eye. 

6. When that illustrious day shall rise, 

And all Thy armies shine 
In robes of victory through the skies, 
The glory shall be Thine. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

299- 

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Who braved the tyrant's ire, 
Who nobly scorned to bow the knee, 
And walked, unhurt, in fire: 



breathe their faith into my breast 

In every trying hour; 
And stand, O Son of man, confessed 

In all Thy saving power! 

While Thou, almighty Lord, art nigh, 

,My soul disdains to fear; 
Both sin and Satan I defy, 
Still impotently near. 

Though earth and hell their warfare wage; 

I mark their vain design, 
And calmly smile to see them rage 

Against a child of Thine. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

00* S. M, See LABAN, page 127. 
When, overwhelmed with grief, 

My heart within me dies, 
Helpless, and far from all relief, 

To heaven I lift mine eyes. 

O, lead me to the Rock 

That's high above my head, 
And make the covert of Thy wings 

My shelter and my shade. 

Within Thy presence, Lord, 

Forever I'll abide; 
Thou art the Tower of my defence, 

The Refuge where I hide. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 



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3. Ne'er think the victory won, 

Nor lay thine armor down; 
Thy arduous work will not be done, 
Till thou obtain thy crown. 

4. Fight on, my soul, till death 

Shall bring thee to thy God; 
He'll take thee at thy parting breath 
Up to His blest abode. 

Rev. George Heath. 

302- 

1. My soul, weigh not thy life 

Against thy heavenly crown; 
Nor -suffer Satan's deadliest strife 
To beat thy courage down. 

2. With prayer and crying strong 

Hold on the fearful fight, 
And let the breaking day prolong 
The wrestling of the night. 

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And on thy head shall quickly shine 
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303 «. LISBON, S. M, Page 106. 

1. Equip me for the war, 

And teach my hands to fight; 

My simple upright heart prepare, 

And guide my words aright. 

2. Control my every thought; 

My whole of sin remove; 
Let all my works in Thee be wrought; 
Let all be wrought in love. 

3. O arm me with the mind, 

Meek Lamb, that was in Thee; 
And let my knowing zeal be joined 
With perfect charity. 

4. O may I love like Thee; 

In all Thy footsteps tread; 
Thou hatest all iniquity, 

But nothing Thou hast made. 

5. O may I learn the art, 

With meekness to reprove; 
To hate the sin with all my heart, 
But still the sinner love. 

Rev. Charles Wesley 



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With all His strength endued; 
But take to arm you for the fight 

The panoply of God: 
That, having all things done, 

And all your conflicts past, 
You may o'ercome through Christ alone, 

And stand entire at last. 

3. From strength to strength go on ; 

Wrestle and fight anil pray; 
Tread all the powers of darkness down, 

And win the well-fought day. 
Still let the Spirit cry, 

In all His soldiers. Come! 
Till Christ the Lord decends from high, 

And takes the conquerors home. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

305* See BEALOTH. S. M, D. Page 69. 
1. It is Thy hand, my God; 

My sorrow comes from Thee: 
I bow beneath Thv chastening rod, 



'T is love that bruises Trie. 
I would not murmur, Lord; 

Before Thee I am dumb: 
Lest I should breathe one murmuring word, 

To Thee for help 1 come. 

My God, Thy name is Love; 

A Father's hand is Thine; 
With tearful eyes I look above, 

And cry, Thy will be mine! 
I know Thy will is right, 

Though it may seem severe; 
Thy path is still unsullied li,u r ht, 

Though dark it may appear. 

Jesus for me hath died; 

Thy Son Thou didst not spare; 
His pierced hands, His bleeding side, 

Thy love for me declare. 
Here my poor heart can rest; 

My God, it cleaves to Thee: 
Thy will is love; Thine end is blest; 

All work for good to me. 

Rev. James G. Deck. 



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Rev. John B. Dykes. 



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THE CHRISTIAN LIFE 
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TRIAL AND CONFLICT 

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2. The kingdom that I seek 

Is Thine; so let the way 
That leads to it be Thine, 

Else I must surely stray. 
Take Thou my cup, and it 

With joy or sorrow fill, 
As best to Thee may seem; 

Choose Thou my good and ill. 

3. Choose Thou for me my friends, 

My sickness or my health; 
Choose Thou my cares for me, 

My poverty or wealth. 
Not mine but Thine the choice, 

In things both great and small; 
Be Thou my Guide, my Strength, 

My Wisdom, and my All. 

Rev. Horatius Bonar. 

308. 

1. My Jesus, as Thou wilt! 
O may Thy will be mine; 
Into Thy hand of love 



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I would my all resign. 
Through sorrow or through joy 

Conduct me as Thine Own, 
And help me stdl to say, 

My Lord, Thy will be done. 

My Jesus, as Thou wilt! 

Though seen through many a tear, 
Let not my star of hope 

Grow dim or disappear. 
Since Thou on earth hast wept 

And sorrowed oft alone, 
If I must weep with Thee, 

My Lord, Thy will be done. 

My Jesus, as Thou wilt! 

All shall be well for me; 
Each changing future scene 

I gladly trust with Thee. 
Thus to my home above 

I travel calmly on, 
And sing, in life or death, 

My Lord, Thy will be done. 

Rev. Benjamin Schmolck, 



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In the hour when death draws near, 
Suffer not our hearts to languish, 

Suffer not our souls to fear. 
And, when mortal life is ended, 

Bid us on Thy bosom rest, 
Till, by angel-bands attended, 
We awake among the blest. 

Dr. Thomas Hastings. 

310* 8,7,8,7. EATHBUN. Page 284. 

1. Never can the word be broken, 

Long ago Jehovah vowed, 
When He set His friendly token 
On the dark and murky cloud. 

2. In the stormy gloom of sorrows, 

In the darkest days of woe, 
In the fear of sad to-morrows, 
We shall see His shining bow. 

3. After grief shall come the gladness; 

Joy and pleasure after pain; 

Tearless rapture after sadness; 

Blessed sunshine after rain. 



4. Still His rainbow is the token 
Of a grace that must prevail; 
Of a promise never broken, 
And a love that cannot fail. 

Rev. H. B. Hartzler. 

311* 7, 6, 7, 6, D, EUTHEEFOED. Page 209. 

1. God is my strong Salvation; 

What foe have I to fear? 
In darkness and temptation, 

My Light, my Help, is near: 
Though hosts encamp around me, 

Firm in the fight I stand; 
What terror can confound me, 

With God at my right hand? 

2. Place on the Lord reliance; 

My soul, with courage wait; 
His truth be thine affiance, 

When faint and desolate; 
His might thy heart shall strengthen, 

His love thy joy increase; 
Mercy thy days shall lengthen; 

The Lord will give thee peace. 

James Montgomery. 



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In the way a thousand snares 
Lie, to take us unawares; 
Satan, with malicious art, 
Watches each unguarded part; 
But, from Satan's malice free, 
Saints shall soon victorious be; 
Soon the joyful news will come, 
Child, your Father calls, Come home! 



3. But of all the foes we meet, 
None so oft mislead our feet, 
None betray us into sin, 
Like the foes that dwell within; 
Yet let nothing spoil our peace, 
Christ shall also conquer these; 
Soon the joyful news will come, 
Child, your Father calls, Come home! 

Rev. Joseph Swain. 



SUFFERING AND DISCIPLINE 

313* CM. MANOAH. Page 167. 

1. We bless Thee for Thy peace, O God! 

Deep as the soundless sea, 
Which falls like sunshine on the road 
Of those who trust in Thee. 

2. We ask nut, Father, for repose 

Which comes from outward rest, 
If we may have through all life's woes 
Thy peace within our breast; — 



3. That peace which suffers and is strong, 
Trusts where it cannot see, 
Deems not the trial-way too long, 
But leaves the end with Thee; — 



4. Such, Father, give our hearts such peace, 
Whate'er the outward be, 
Till all life's discipline shall cease, 
And we go home to Thee. Anon. 

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2. Let the world despise and leave me; 

They have left my Saviour, too; 
Human hearts and looks deceive me; 

Thou art not, like them, untrue; 
And whilst Thou shalt smile upon me, 

God of wisdom, love, and might, 
Foes may hate, and friends forsake me; 

Show Thy face and all is bright. 

3. Man may trouble and distress me; 

'T will but drive me to Thy breast; 
Life with trials hard may press me; 

Heaven will bring me sweeter rest. 
O 't is not in grief to harm me 

While Thy love is left to me; 
O 't were not in joy to charm me, 

•Were that joy unmixed with Thee. 

4. Take, my soul, thy full salvation, 

Rise o'er sin and fear and care; 
Joy to find in every station 

Something still to do or bear. 
Haste thee on from grace to glory, 

Armed by faith, and winged by prayer; 



Heaven's eternal day's before thee, 
God's Own hand shall guide thee there. 

Rev. Henry F. Lyte. 



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1. Must Jesus bear the cross alone, 

And all the world go free? 
No; there's a cross for every one, 
And there's a cross for me. 

2. How happy are the saints above 

Who once went sorrowing here, 
But now they taste unmingled love, 
And joy without a tear. 

3. The consecrated cross I'll bear 

Till death shall set me free; 
And then go home, my crown to wear, 
For there's a crown for me. 



4. O precious cross! O glorious crown! 
O resurrection day! 
Ye angels from the skies come down, 
And bear my soul away. 

Rev. Thomas Shepherd. 

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316* BUTLER. S. M. From Pioneer. 




2. Though many are thy cares, 

And many are thy fears, 
The loving Christ thy burden shares, 
And wipes away thy tears. 

3. No distant Christ is He, 

And one that doth not know; 

But watches close and constantly 

The path which thou dost go. 

4. 'T is when thy heart is tried, 

'T is in thine hour of grief, 
He standeth ever at thy side, 
And ever brings relief. 

Rev. Thomas <Z. tlpharn. 



317* L. M. See HAMBURG, page 166. 

1. If life in sorrow must be spent, 
So be it; I am well content; 
And meekly wait my last remove, 
Desiring only trustful love. 

2. No bliss I'll seek, but to fulfill 

In life, in death, Thy perfect will; 

No succor in my woes I want, 

But what my Lord is pleased to grant. 

3. Our days are numbered: let us spare 
Our anxious hearts a needless care; 
'T is Thine to number out our days; 
'T is ours to give them to Thy praise. 

Madame Jeanne Guyon. 



318* L. M, 6 Lines. See COLLINS, pager 
I. When gathering clouds around I view, 
And days are dark, and friends are few, 
On Him I lean, Who, not in vain, 
Experienced every human pain; 
He sees my wants, allays my fears, 
And counts and treasures up my tears. 

2 If aught should tempt" my soul to stray 
From heavenly wisdom's narrow way; 
To fly the good I would pursue, 
Or do the sin I would not do: 
Still He, Who felt temptation's power, 
Shall guard me in that dangerous hour. 



3. If wounded love my bosom swell, 
Deceived by those I prized too well, 
He shall His pitying aid bestow, 
Who felt on earth severer woe, — 
At once betrayed, denied, or fled, 

By those who shared His daily bread. 

4. And O, when I have safely passed 
Through every conflict but the last, 
Still, still unchanging, watch beside 
My painful bed, for Thou hast died; 
Then point to realms of cloudless day, 
And wipe the latest tear away. 

Sir Robert Grant. 



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319* GRIGG, CM. Joseph Grigg. 




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Sweet to look upward to the place 
Where Jesus pleads above; 

3. Sweet on His faithfulness to rest, 

Whose love can never end; 
Sweet on His covenant of grace 
For all things to depend. 

Rev. Augustus M. Toplady. 

320. 

1. My times of sorrow and of joy, 
Great God, are in Thy hand; 



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My chief enjoyments come from Thee, 
And go at Thy command. 

2. O Lord, shouldst Thou withhold them all, 

Yet would I not repine; 
Before they were possessed by me, 
They were entirely Thine. 

3. Nor would I drop a murmuring word, 

Though the whole world were gone, 
But seek enduring happiness, 
In Thee, and Thee alone. 

Rev. Benjamin Beddome. 

Jeremiah Ing all's. 

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But hell and sin are vanquished foes; 
Thy Jesus nailed them to the cross, 
And sung the triumph when He rose. 

3. Then let my soul march boldly on, 
Press forward to the heavenly gate: 
There peace and joy eternal reign, 

And glittering robes for conquerors wait. 

4. There shall I wear a starry crown, 
And triumph in almighty grace; 
While all the armies of the skies 
Join in my glorious Leader's praise. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

322* RETREAT, L, M. Page 171. 

1. Deem not that they are blessed alone 

Whose lives a peaceful tenor keep; 
The Power, Who pities man, hath shown 
A blessing for the eyes that weep. 

2. The light of smiles shall fill again 

The lids that overflow with tears; 
And weary hours of woe and pain 
Are promises of happier years. 

3. There is a day of sunny rest 

For every dark and troubled night: 

And grief may hide an evening guest, 

But joy shall come with early light. 

4. Let not the good man's trust depart, 

Though life its common gifts deny, — 



Though with a pierced and bleeding heart, 
And spurned of men, He goes to die. 

5. For God hath marked each sorrowing day, 
And numbered every secret tear; 
And heaven's long age of bliss shall pay, 
For all His children suffer here. 

William eullen Bryant. 

323* 

1. In God let all His saints rejoice, 
With thankful heart and cheerful voice; 
Thus saith His Word, so kind and true, 
I, even I, will comfort you. 

2. Sweet words! O let us bless His name, 
And joyful all His praise proclaim; 
These words shall foes and fears subdue, 
I, even I, will comfort you. 

3. Do sore afflictions on you prey, 
And pungent sorrows day by day? 

Look to this word, 't will bear you through, 
I, even I, will comfort you. 

4. If death in gloomy form appear, 
And overwhelm your souls with fear; 
Let this sweet word your faith renew, 
I, even I, will comfort you. 

5. And when each happy soul attains 
That blissful state where glory reigns, 
This song shall all his powers employ, 
God is my comfort and my joy. 



Rev. Samuel Medley. 



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324* LEIGHTON. S. M, 



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2. Thou knowest not which shall thrive, — 

The late or early sown; 
Grace keeps the precious germ alive, 
When and wherever strown: 

3. And duly shall appear, 

In verdure, beauty, strength, 
The tender blade, the stalk, the ear, 
And the full corn at length. 

4. Thou canst not toil in vairt: 

Cold, heat, and moist, and dry, 
Shall foster and mature the grain 
For garners in the sky. 

5. Then when the glorious end, 

The day of God, is come, 
The angel reapers shall descend 
And shout the Harvest-home! 

James Montgomery. 

325- 

1. Give to the winds thy fears; 

Hope, and be undismayed; 
God hears thy sighs and counts thy tears; 
God shall lift up thy head. 

2. Through waves, and clouds, and storms, 

He gently clears thy way; 
Wait thou His time, so shall this night 
Soon end in joyous day. 

3. What though thou rulest not! 

Yet heaven, and earth, and hell, 



Proclaim, God sitteth on the throne, 
And ruleth all things well. 

4. Leave to His sovereign sway, 
To choose and to command; 
So shalt thou, wondering, own His way: 
How wise, how strong His hand! 

Rev. Paulus Gerhardt. 



326* DENNIS. S. M. Page 150. 



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1. How gentle God's commands, 

How kind His precepts are! 
Come, cast your burdens on the Lord, 
And trust His constant care. 

2. Beneath His watchful eye 

His saints securely dwell; 
That hand which bears all nature up 
Shall guard His children well. 

3. Why should this anxious load 

Press down your weary mind? 
Haste to your heavenly Father's throne, 
And sweet refreshment find. 

4. His goodness stands approved, 

Unchanged from day to day; 
I'll drop my burden at His feet, 
And bear a song away. 

Rev. Philip Doddridge. 



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327. 



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Thy heart made truly His 
Who dwells in cloudless light enshrined, 
In Whom no darkness is. 

3. Walk in the light: and e'en the tomb 

No fearful shade shall wear; 
Glory shall chase away its gloom, 
For Christ hath conquered there. 

4. Walk in the light: thy path shall be 

Peaceful, serene, and bright; 
For God, by grace, shall dwell in thee, 
And God Himself is Light. 

Bernard Barton. 

328. 

1. God, my Supporter, and my Hope; 
My Help forever near: 

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Thine arm of mercy holds me up 
When sinking in despair. 

2. Thy counsels, Lord, shall guide my feet 

Through this dark wilderness, 
Thy hand conduct me near Thy seat, 
To dwell before Thy face. 

3. Were I in heaven without my God, 

'T would be no joy to me; 
And while this earth is my abode, 
I long for none but Thee. 

4. What, if the springs of life were broke, 

And flesh and heart should faint? 
God is my soul's eternal Rock, 
The strength of every saint. 

Rev. Isaac Watts 
Isaac B. Woodbury. 




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Look forward to that heavenly place, 

The saints' secure abode; 
On faith's strong eagle pinions rise, 
And force your passage to the skies, 

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We shall before His face appear 

And by His side sit down; 
To patient faith the prize is sure, 
And all that to the end endure 

The cross, shall wear the crown. 

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00 A 8, 7, 8, 7. See DORRNANCE, page 13 
OOU * or STOCKWELL, page 229. 

i. Jesus calls us, o'er the tumult 
Of our life's wild, restless sea; 
Day by day His sweet voice soundeth, 
Saying, Christian, follow Me! 

2. Jesus calls us — from the worship 

Of the vain world's golden store; 

From each idol that would keep us, — 

Saying, Christian, love Me more! 

3. In our joys and in our sorrows, 

Days of toil and hours of ease, 
Still He calls, in cares and pleasures, — 
Christian, love Me more than these! 

4. Jesus calls us! by Thy mercies, 

Saviour, may we hear Thy call; 

Give our hearts to Thy obedience, 

Serve and love Thee best of all! 

Mrs. C F. Alexander. 



331. 

1. He that goeth forth with weeping, 

Bearing precious seed in love, 
Never tiring, never sleeping, 
Findeth mercy from above. 

2. Soft descend the dews of heaven, 

Bright the rays celestial shine; 
Precious fruits will thus be given, 
Through an influence all Divine. 

3. Sow thy seed; be never weary; 

Let no fears thy soul annoy; 
Be the prospect ne'er so dreary, 
Thou shalt reap the fruits of joy. 

4. Lo! the scene of verdure brightening, 

See the rising grain appear; 
Look again; the fields are whitening, 
For the harvest-time is near. 

Dr. Thomas Hastings. 



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will be, an,i S race 

For, Why are you troubled? He saith unto Of Jesus, my Lord, when I stand face to 

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Shall know how His love went before me 

3. Still looking to Jesus, O may I be found, each day, 

When Jordan's dark waters encompass me And wonder that ever my eyes turned 

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1. How firm a foundation, ye saints of the mayed; 

Lord, For I am thy God, and will still give thee 

Is laid for your faith, in His excellent Word! aid; 

What more can He say, than to you He I'll strengthen thee, help thee, and cause 

hath said, — thee to stand, 

You who unto Jesus for refuge have fled? Upheld by My righteous, omnipotent hand. 

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3. When through the deep waters I call thee 

to go, 
The rivers of sorrow shall not overflow; 
For I will be with thee thy trials to bless, 
And sanctify to thee thy deepest distress. 

4. When through fiery trials thy pathway 

shall lie, 
My grace, all-sufficient, shall be thy supply ; 
The flame shall not hurt thee; I only design 
Thy dross to consume, and thy gold to re- 
fine. 

5. E'en down to old age all My people shall 

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My sovereign, eternal, unchangeable 
love, 

And then, when gray hairs shall their tem- 
ples adorn, 

Like lambs they shall still in My bosom be 
borne. 

6. The soul that on Jesus hath leaned for 

repose, 
I will not, I will not desert to his foes; 
That soul, though all hell should endeavor 

to shake, 
I'll never — no, never — no, never — forsake. 

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Jesus saith He'll ne'er forget thee, 
But will save from hell and sin: 

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In presence of my foes; 

My head Thou dost with oil anoint, 
And my cup overflows. 

5. Goodness and mercy, all my life, 
Shall surely follow me; 

And in God's house for evermore 
My dwelling-place shall be. 

Francis Rous. 
CHRISTIAN ASPIRATION. 
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And me to walk doth make 
Within the paths of righteousness, 
Ev'n for His Own name's sake. 

3. Yea, though I walk in death's dark vale, 

Yet will I fear no ill; 
For Thou art with me, and Thy rod 
And staff me comfort still. 



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That Thou hast dealt so lovingly? 
How great the joy that Thou hast brought, 
So far exceeding hope or thought! 

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338 + GRATITUDE. L. M, Dr. Thomas Hastings. 




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Such deference to Thy Father's will, 
Thy love and meekness so Divine, 

I would transcribe and make them mine. 

3. Cold mountains and the midnight air 
Witnessed the fervor of Thy prayer; 
The desert Thy temptations knew, 
Thy conflict and Thy victory, too. 

4. Be Thou my Pattern; let me bear 
More of Thy gracious image here, 

Then God, the Judge, shall own my name 
Among the followers of the Lamb. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 
LUTON. L, M, 



339, 

1. So let our lips and lives express 
The holy Gospel we profess; 

So let our works and virtues shine 
To prove the doctrine all Divine. 

2. Thus shall we best proclaim abroad 
The honors of our Saviour, (Sod; 
When His salvation reigns within, 
And grace subdues the power of sin. 

3. Religion bears our spirits up, 
While we expect that blessed hope, 
The bright appearance of the Lord; 
And faith stands leaning on His Word. 

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According to Thy will and Word; 
Well-pleasing in Thy sight. 

4. I ask no higher state; 

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To my eternal bliss. Rev. eharles Wesley. 

341* KENTUCKY. S. M. Page 201. 



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And hang upon Thy cross. 

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Before I hence remove; 
Settle, confirm, establish me, 

And build me up in love. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 



342 + OLMUTZ, S, M. 



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1. Jesus, my Truth, my Way, 

My sure, unerring Light, 
On Thee my feeble steps I stay, 
Which Thou wilt guide aright. 

2. My Wisdom and my Guide, 

My Counsellor Thou art; 
O never let me leave Thy side, 
Or from Thy paths depart. 

3. Never will I remove 

Out of Thy hands my cause, 



1. That blessed law of Thine, 

Jesus, to me impart; 
The Spirit's law of life Divine, 
O write it in my heart. 

2. Implant it deep within, 

Whence it may ne'er remove, — 
The law of liberty from sin, 
The perfect law of love. 

3. Thy nature be my law, 

Thy spotless sanctity; 
And sweetly every moment draw 
My happy soul to Thee. 

4. Soul of my soul remain! 

Who didst for all fulfill, 
In me, O Lord, fulfill again 
Thy heavenly Father's will. 

Rev. eharles Wesley 



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343* ARLINGTON, C. M, 



CHRISTIAN ASPIRATION. 

Thomas A. Arne. 




2. I want the first approach to feel, 

Of pride, or fond desire; 
To catch the wandering erf my will, 
And quench the kindling fire. 

3. Quick as the apple of an eye, 

O God, my conscience make; 
Awake my soul, when sin is nigh, 
And keep it still awake. 

4. may the least omission pain 

My well-instructed soul, 
And drive me to the blood again, 
Which makes the wounded whole. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

344* WOODLAND, C, M, Page 269. 




1. As pants the hart for cooling streams 

When heated in the chase, 
So pants my soul, O Lord, for Thee, 
And Thy refreshing grace. 

2. For Thee, my God — the living God, — 

My thirsty soul doth pine; 
O when shall I behold Thy face, 
Thou Majesty Divine! 

3. Why restless, why cast down, my soul? 

Trust God; Who will employ 



His aid for thee, and change thy sighs 
To thankful hymns of joy. 

4. I sigh to think of happier days, 

When Thou, O Lord, wast nigh; 
When every heart was tuned to praise, 
And none more blest than I. 

5. Why restless, why cast down, my soul? 

Hope still; and thou shalt sing 
The praise of Him Who is thy God, 
Thy Saviour and thy King. 

Rev. Henry F. Lyte. 

345* 

1. Lord, as to Thy dear cross we flee, 

And pray to be forgiven, 
So let Thy life our pattern be, 
And form our souls for heaven. 

2. Help us, through good report and ill, 

Our daily cross to bear; 
Like Thee, to do our Father's will, 
Our brother's griefs to share. 

3. If joy shall at Thy bidding fly, 

And grief's dark day come on, 
We, in our turn, would meekly cry, 
Father, Thy will be done. 

4. Kept peaceful in the midst of strife, 

Forgiving and forgiven, 
O may we lead the pilgrim's life, 
And follow Thee to heaven! 

Rev. John H. Gurney. 

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2. What I am, as one redeemed, 

Saved and rescued by the Lord; 
Hating what I once esteemed; 
Loving what I once abhorred: 

3. What I hope to be ere long 

When I take my place above; 
When I join the heavenly throng; 
When I see the God of love. 

4. Then I hope like Him to be, 

Who redeemed His saints from sin; 
Whom I now obscurely see 

Through a vail that stands between. 

Rev. Thomas Kelly. 



348* NAOMI, C, M. 



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1. Prince of Peace, control my will; 
Bid this struggling heart be still; 
Bid my fears and doubtings cease; 
Hush my spirit into peace. 

2. May Thy will, not mine.be done; 
May Thy will and mine be one: 
Chase these doubtings from my heart; 
Now Thy perfect peace impart. 

3. Saviour, at Thy feet I fall; 
Thou my Life, my God, my All; 
Let Thy happy servant be 
One for evermore with Thee. 

Mary S. B. Shindler. 



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From every murmur free; 
The blessings of Thy grace impart, 
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Let the sweet hope that Thou art mine, 

My life and death attend; 
Thy presertce through my journey shine, 

And crown my journey's end. 

Anne Steele. 



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'T is all but vanity: 
Christ, the Lamb of God, was slain, 

He tasted death for me. 
Me to save from endless woe 

The atoning Victim died: 
Only Jesus will I know, 

And Jesus crucified. 

3. Him to know is life and peace 

And pleasure without end; 
This is all my happiness, 
On Jesus to depend; 



Daily in His grace to grow, 
Ever in His faith abide: 

Only Jesus will I know, 
And Jesus crucified. 

4. Him in all my works I seek, 

Who hung upon the tree; 
Only of His love I speak, 

Who freely died for me; 
While I sojourn here below, 

Nothing will I seek beside: 
Only Jesus will I know, 

And Jesus crucified. 



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The first-born sons of light 
Desire in vain its depths to see; 
They cannot reach the mystery, 

The length, the breadth, the height. 

3. God only knows the love of God; 
O that it now were shed abroad 

In this poor stony heart: 
For love I sigh, for love I pine; 
This only portion, Lord, be mine; 

Be mine this better part. 

4. O that I could forever sit 
With Mary at the Master's feet! 

Be this my happy choice, 
My only care, delight, and bliss, 
My joy, my heaven on earth, be this, 

To hear the Bridegroom's voice. 

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351. 

i. Tell me no more of earthly toys, 
Of sinful mirth and carnal joys, 
The things I loved before; 



Let me but view my Saviour's face, 
And feel His animating grace, 
And I desire no more. 

2. Tell me no more of praise and wealth, 
Of careless ease and blooming health, 

For they have all their snares; 
Let me but know my sins forgiven, 
And see my name enrolled in heaven, 

And I am free from cares. 

3. Give me a Bible in my hand, 
A heart to read and understand 

That sure, unerring Word; 
I'd urge no company to stay, 
But sit alone from day to day, 

Communing with my Lord. 

Susannah Harrison. 

D0X0L0GY. 8, 8, 6, 8, 8, 6. 

To God the Father, God the Son, 
And God the Spirit, Three in One, 

Be praise and honor given, 
As was through ages heretofore, 
Is now and shall be evermore, 

By all in earth and heaven. 



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To do my Master's will. 

3. Arm me with jealous care, 

As in Thy sight to live; 
And Thy servant, Lord, prepare 
A strict account to give. 

4. Help me to watch and pray, 

And on Thyself rely, 
Assured, if I my trust betray, 
I shall forever die. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

353* OLMUTZ. S. M. Page 243. 
i. Arise, ye saints, arise! 

The Lord our Leader is; 
The foe before His banner flies, 

And victory is His. 

2. We follow Thee, our Guide, 

Our Saviour and our King; 
We follow Thee, through grace supplied 
From heaven's eternal spring. 

3. We soon shall see the day, 

When all our toils shall cease; 
When we shall cast our arms away, 
And dwell in endless peace. 



4. Then, of the prize possessed, 

We hear of war no more; 

And ever with our Leader rest 

On yonder peaceful shore. 

5. This hope supports us here; 

It makes our burdens light; 
'T will serve our drooping hearts to cheer, 
Till faith shall end in sight. 

Rev. Thomas Kelly. 

354* LEIGHTON. S. M. Page 169. 

1. Make haste, O man, to live, 

For thou so soon must die, 
Time hurries past thee like the breeze; 
How swift its moments fly! 

2. Make haste, O man, to do 

Whatever must be done; 
Thou hast no time to lose in sloth, 
Thy day will soon be gone. 

3. Up, then, with speed, and work; 

Fling ease and self away; 
This is no time for thee to sleep; 
Up, watch, and work, and pray! 

4. Make haste, O man, to live, 

Thy time is almost o'er; 
O sleep not, dream not, but arise, 
The Judge is at the door. 

Rev. Horatius Bonar. 



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Or to increase my worldly good; 
Nor future days nor powers employ 
To spread a sounding name abroad. 

3. 'T is to my Saviour I would live, 

To Him Who for my ransom died; 
Nor could all worldly honor give 
Such bliss as crowns me at His side. 

4. His work my hoary age shall bless, 

When youthful vigor is no more; 
And my last hour of life confess 
His dying love, His saving power. 

Rev. Philip Doddridge. 

356* HAMBURG, L. M, Page 166. 
1. .Go, labor on; spend and be spent, 

Thy joy to do the Father's will: 
It is the way the Master went; 

Should not the servant tread it still? 

2. Go, labor on; 't is not for naught; 

Thine earthly loss is heavenly gain; 
Men heed thee, love thee, praise thee not; 
The Master praises, — what are men? 

3. Go, labor on; enough, while here, 

If He shall praise thee, if He deign 
Thy willing heart to mark and cheer; 
No toil for Him shall be in vain. 



4. Toil on, and in thy toil rejoice; 

For toil comes rest, for exile home; 
Soon shalt thou hear the Bridegroom's 
voice, 
The midnight peal, Behold, I come! 

Rev. Horatius Bonar. 



357* FEDERAL STREET 



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i. Take up thy cross, the Saviour said, 
If thou wouldst My disciple be; 
Deny thyself, the world forsake, 
And humbly follow after Me. 

2. Take up thy cross; let not its weight 

Fill thy weak spirit with alarm; 
His strength shall bear thy spirit up, 
And brace thy heart and nerve thine arm. 

3. Take up thy cross, then, in His strength, 

And calmly every danger brave; 
'T will guide thee to a better home, 
• And lead to victory e'er the grave, 

4. Take up thy cross and follow Christ, 

Nor think till death to lay it down; 
For only he who bears the cross 

May hope to wear the glorious crown. 
Rev. Charles W. Everest. 



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358* CHRISTMAS, C. M, George Frederic Handel. 

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Holds thee in full survey; 

Forget the steps already trod, 

And onward urge thy way. 

3. 'T is God's all-animating voice 

That calls thee from on high; 
'T is His Own hand presents the prize 
To thine aspiring eye; 

4. That prize, with peerless glories bright, 

Which shall new lustre boast, 
When victors' wreaths and monarchs' gems 
Shall blend in common dust. 

5. Blest Saviour, introduced by Thee, 

Have I my race begun; 
And, crowned with victory, at Thy feet 
I'll lay my honors down. 

Rev. Philip Doddridge. 

359* MANOAH, C, M, Page 167. 

i. SCORN not the slightest word or deed, 
Nor deem it void of power; 
There's fruit in each wind-wafted seed • 
That waits its natal hour. 

2. A whispered word may touch the heart, 
And call it back to life; 
A look of love bid sin depart, 
And still unholv strife. 



3. No act falls fruitless; none can tell 

How vast its power may be, 

Nor what results infolded dwell 
Within it silently. 

4. Work on; despair not; bring thy mite, 

Nor care how small it be; 
God is with all that serve the right, 
The holy, true, and free. Anon. 

360* 8, 7, 8, 7, STOCKWELL. Page 186. 

1. Hark, the voice of Jesus calling, 

Who will go and work to-day? 
Fields are white, and harvests waiting, 
Who will bear the sheaves away? 

2. Loud and long the Master calleth, 

Rich reward He offers free; 
Who will answer, gladly saying, 
Here am I; send me, send me. 

3. Let none hear you idly saying, 

There is nothing I can do, 
While the souls of men are dying, 
And the .Master calls for you. 

4. Take the task He gives you gladly, 

Let His work your pleasure be; 
Answer quickly, when He calleth, 
Here am I; send me, send me. 

Rev. Daniel March. 



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Up the mountain, steep and high; 
You can stand within the valley 

While the multitudes go by; 
You can chant in happy measure 

As they slowly pass along; 
Though they may forget the singer, 

They will not forget the song. 

3. If you have not gold and silver 

Ever ready at command; 
If you cannot to the needy 

Reach an ever open hand; 
You can visit the afflicted, 

O'er the erring you can weep, 
You can be a true disciple, 

Sitting at the Saviour's feet. 

4. Do not, then, stand idly waiting 

For some greater work to do, 
While the fields are white to harvest, 

And the Master calls for you. 
Go and toil in any vineyard; 

Do not fear to do or dare; 



If you want a field of labor 
You can find it anywhere. 

Ellen H. Gates. 
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1. Lay your treasures higher, safer, 

Than the golden stores of men, 
Lest the coming days of trouble 

Sweep them from your keeping then; 
Send aloft each blessed moment 

In some noble use to God; 
Make the world to feel your presence 

Ere you sleep beneath the sod. 

2. Ere the busy hands are idle, 

Ere the beating heart is still, 
Bring some treasures to the Master, 

And your vows of love fulfill; 
Fill your days with loving service; 

Seek the prize of things above; 
So shall you be, now and ever, 

Rich in fruits of faith and love. 

Rev. H. B. Hartzler. 



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Stand in His strength alone; 
The arm of flesh will fail you, 

Ye dare not trust your own: 
Put on the Gospel armor, 

And, watching unto prayer, 
Where duty calls, or danger, 

Be never wanting there. 

3. Stand up, stand up for Jesus, 

The strife will not be long; 
This day the noise of battle, 

The next the victor's song: 
To him that overcometh, 

A crown of life shall be; 
He with the King of glory 

Shall reign eternally.- 

Rev. George Duffield, 

364. 

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And dwell with Him above, 

And drink the flowing fountains 
Of everlasting love? 

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He gives me all my orders, 

And tells me not to fear; 
And if I hold out faithful, 

A crown of life He'll give, 
And all His valiant soldiers 

Eternally shall live. 

3. Through grace I am determined 

To conquer, though I die, 
And then away to Jesus 

On wings of love I'll fly. 
Farewell to sin and sorrow, 

I bid them all adieu; 
And you, my friends, prove faithful, 

And on your way pursue. 

4. And if you meet with troubles 

And trials on the way, 
Then cast your care on Jesus, 

And don't forget to pray. 
Gird on your heavenly armor 

Of faith, and hope, and love, 
And when the war is ended, 

You'll reign with Him above. 



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One in charity. 

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We have Christ's Own promise, 
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2. Friends and joys and earthly pleasure 

Yield to Him the highest place; 
Timely bliss and worldly treasure 
Fade when I behold His face. 

3. Gloom disperses at His presence; 

Darkness flees before His light; 
Doubt dispels at His appearing; 
Where He is there is no night. 



4. Tell me not of worldly honor, 

Ask me not its ways to walk; 
Jesus shares with me His glory, 
With Him I delight to talk. 

5. Tempt me not from Him to wander, 

Christ to me is All in all; 
More than all is my Redeemer, — 
Raptured at His feet I fall. 

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367* Tune-HOLD THE FORT, No. 14 in Gospel Hymns, No, 1, 



1. Hail my comrades! now the ensign 

For our Captain raise; 
Hold aloft the Gospel Banner; 
Shout our Saviour's praise. 

CJiorus — Always all, for Christ our Saviour,- 
Let our motto ring; 
To Him honor, praise and power 
We will ever bring. 

2. Hearts and lives we give to Jesus, — 

All to Him belongs; 
Let our voices fill the breezes 
With triumphant songs. 



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3. Hands to labor, feet to follow, 

Ears to hear His Word; 
P2yes to see the wondrous beauty 
Of our risen Lord. 

4. Time and talent, gold and silver, 

Be to Jesus given; 
Thus in truest consecration 
March we on to heaven. 

5. Keystone Leagues in Christian compact, 

True Endeavor band. 
Pressing onward, upward ever, 
To the better land. 

Rev. CI. F. Swengel. 






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4. O love of Jesus, blessed love, 
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Have nothing to wish or to fear; 
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A palace a toy would appear; 

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If Jesus would dwell with me there. 

, Dear Lord, if indeed I am Thine, 

If Thou art my Sun and my Song, 
Say, why do I languish and pine, 

And why are my winters so long? 
O drive these dark clouds from my sky, 

Thy soul-cheering presence restore; 
Or take me to Thee up on high, 

Where winter and clouds are no more. 

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372* PERKINS. 6,4,6,4,6,6,6,4. 




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2. Tempt not my soul away; 

Jesus is mine. 
Here would I ever stay; 

Jesus is mine. 
Perishing things of clay, 
Born but for one brief day, 
Pass from my heart away; 
Jesus is mine. 

3. Farewell, ye dreams of night; 

Jesus is mine. 
Lost in this dawning light; 
Jesus is mine. 

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Left but a dismal void; 
Jesus has satisfied; 
Jesus is mine. 

4. Farewell, mortality; 

Jesus is mine. 

Welcome eternity; 

Jesus is mine. 
Welcome, O loved and blest; 
Welcome, sweet scenes of rest; 
Welcome, my Saviour's breast; 
Jesus is mine. 

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Mv Com-fort bv day, and my Song in thenisrht, My Hope, my Sal - va - tion, my All ! 

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Or cry in the desert for bread? 
Thy foes will rejoice when my sorrows 
they see, 
And smile at the tears I have shed. 

3. Where dost Thou, at noontide, resort with 

Thy sheep 
To feed on the pastures of love? 
Say, why in the valley of death should I 

weep, 
Or alone in this wilderness rove? 

4. The joy of Thy presence, dear Shepherd, 

restore; 
I pant for the light of Thy face; 
An alien no longer, I'll wander no more, 
But dwell in my Saviour's embrace. 

5. He looks; and ten thousands of angels re- 

And myriads wait for His word; [joice, 
He speaks; and eternity, filled with His 
voice, 
Re-echoes the praise of the Lord. 

Rev. Joseph Swain. 

374* 8, 7, 8, 7, See WILMOT, page 160. 

i. Always with us, always with us — 
Words of cheer and words of love — 
Thus the risen Saviour whispers, 
From His dwelling-place above. 

2. With us when we toil in sadness, 
Sowing much and reaping none; 



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Telling us that in the future 
Golden harvests shall be won. 

3. With us when the storm is sweeping 

O'er our pathway dark and drear: 
Waking hope within our bosoms, 
Stilling every anxious fear. 

4. With us in the lonely valley, 

When we cross the chilling stream, 
Lighting up the steps to glory 
With salvation's radiant beam. 

Rev. Edwin H. flevin. 

375* 7.0, 7,6, D. See WEBB, page 154'. 

1. Sometimes a light surprises 

The Christian while he sings; 
It is the Lord, Who rises 

With healing in His wings. 
When comforts are declining, 

He grants the soul again 
A season of clear shining, 

To cheer it after rain. 

2. In holy contemplation* 

We sweetly then pursue 
The theme of God's salvation. 

And find it ever new. 
Set free from present sorrow, 

We cheerfully can say, 
Let the unknown to-morrow 

Bring with it what it may. 

William Cowper. 



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376* FOUNDATION, 11,12,11,12. American- Spiritual 



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sound, That indeed is the fullness, but this is the 

And whoever hath found it, hath paradise taste; 

found. And this 1 shall prove, till with joy I re- 

My Redeemer to know, to feel His blood move 

flow, To the heaven of heavens in Jesus' Own 

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BENEVOLENCE AND CHARITY. 



%¥¥+ CM, See EAGLY, pape 163. 

1. Think gently of the erring one; 

And let us not forget, 
However darkly stained by sin, 
He is our brother yet. 

2. Heir of the same inheritance, 

Child of the self-same God, 
He hath but stumbled in the path 
We have in weakness trod. 



3. Speak gently to the erring ones; 

We yet may lead them back, 
With holy words, and tones of love, 
From misery's thorny track. 

4. Forget not, thou hast often sinned, 

And sinful yet may'st be; 
Deal gently with the erring heart, 
As God hath dealt with thee. 

Miss Fletcher. 



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3V8* EAGLY, C. M, James WalcH. 






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Dost Thou exalted shine; 
What can my poverty bestow, 
When all the worlds are Thine? 

3. But Thou hast brethren here below, 

The partners of Thy grace, 
And wilt confess their humble names 
Before Thy Father's face. 

4. In them Thou mayest be clothed and fed, 

And visited and cheered; 
And in their accents of distress, 
My Saviour's voice is heard. 

5. Thy face, with reverence and with love, 

I in the poor would see; 
O rather let me beg my bread 
Than hold it back from Thee. 

Rev. Philip Doddridge. 

379*. ARLINGTON. C. M. Page 146. 

1. Father of mercies, send Thy grace, 

All-powerful from above, 
To form in our obedient souls 
The image of Thy love. 

2. O may our sympathizing breasts 

That generous pleasure know, 
Kindly to share in others' joy, 
And weep for others' woe. 



3. When poor and helpless sons of grief 
In deep distress are laid, 
Soft be our hearts their pains to feel, 
And swift our hands to aid. 

Rev. Philip Doddridge. 

380* DOWNS. C. M, Page 158. 




1. Lord, lead the way the Saviour went, 

By lane and cell obscure, 
And let love's treasures still be spent, 
Like His, upon the poor. 

2. Like Him, through scenes of deep distress 

Who bore the world's sad weight, 
We, in their crowded loneliness, 
Would seek the desolate. 

3. For Thou hast placed us side by side 

In this wide world of ill; 
And that Thy followers may be tried, 
The poor are with us still. 

4. Mean are all offerings we can make; 

Yet Thou hast taught us, Lord, 
If given for the Saviour's sake, 
They lose not their reward. 

Rev. William Crosswell. 



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The grace that blazes like the sun; 
Hold forth your fair though feeble light; 
Through all your lives let mercy run. 

3. Upon your bounty's willing wings 

Swift fly your gifts and charity; 
The hungry feed; the naked clothe; 
To pain and sickness, health apply. 

4. Pity the weeping widow's woe, 

And be her counsellor and stay; 
Adopt the fatherless, and smooth 
To useful, happy life his way. 

5. When all is done, renounce your deeds, 

Renounce self-righteousness with scorn: 
Thus will you glorify your God, 
And thus the Christian name adorn. 

Rev. Thomas Gibbons. 

382* HEBRON. L, M, Page 1S9. 

1. One cup of healing oil and wine, 
One offering laid on mercy's shrine, 

Is thrice more grateful, Lord, to Thee, 
Than lifted eye or bended knee. 

2. In true and inward faith we trace 
The source of every outward grace; 
Within the pious heart it plays, 

A living fount of joy and praise. 

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Where'er the stream has found its way; 
But, where these spring not rich and fair, 
The stream has never wandered there. 
Rev. William H. Drummond 



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Page 171. 




i. When Jesus dwelt in mortal clay, 
What were His works from day to day, 
But miracles of power and grace, 
That spread salvation through our race? 

2. Teach us, O Lord, to keep in view 
Thy pattern, and Thy steps pursue; 
Let alms bestowed, let kindness done, 
Be witnessed by each rolling sun. 

3. That man may last, but never lives, 
Who much receives, but nothing gives; 
Whom none can love, whom none can 

thank, — 
Creation's blot, creation's blank! 

4. But he, who marks from day to day 
In generous acts his radiant way, 
Treads the same path his Saviour trod, 
The path to glory and to God. 

Rev. Thomas Gibbons. 

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To all the sons of need, 
So God shall answer his request 
With blessings on his seed. 

3. No evil tidings shall surprise 

His well-established mind; 
His soul to God, his Refuge, flies, 
And leaves his fears behind. 

4. In times of general distress, 

Some beams of light shall shine, 
To show the world his righteousness, 
And give him peace Divine. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

385 + ARLINGTON, C. M. Page 146. 
i. Make channels for the streams of love, 
Where they may broadly run; 
And love has overflowing streams, 
To fill them every one. 

2. But if at any time we cease 

Such channels to provide, 
The very founts of love for us 
Will soon be parched and dried. 

3. For we must share, if we would keep 

That blessing from above; 
Ceasing to give, we cease to have: 
Such is the law of love. 

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Feels all another's pain; 
To whom the supplicating eye 
Was never raised in vain; 

2. Whose breast expands with generous 

warmth 
A stranger's woes to feel, 
And bleeds in pity o'er the wound 
He wants the power to heal. 

3. He spreads his kind supporting arms 

To every child of grief; 
His secret bounty largely flows, 
And brings unasked relief. 

4. To gentle offices of love 

His feet are never slow; 
He views, through mercy's melting eye, 
A brother in a foe. 

5. Peace from the bosom of his God, 

The Saviour s grace shall give; 
And, when he kneels before the throne, 
His trembling soul shall live. 

Mrs. Anna L. Barbauld. 



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Our faith shall never yield to fear. 

3. Loud may the troubled ocean roar; 

In sacred peace our souls abide, 

388* HAMBURG, L, M, 



While every nation, every shore 

Trembles, and dreads the swelling tide. 

4. Zion enjoys her Monarch's love, 

Secure against a threatening hour; 
Nor can her firm foundations move, 

Built on His truth, and armed with power. 
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There they behold Thy gentler rays, 
And seek Thy face, and learn Thy praise. 

4. Cheerful they walk, with growing strength, 
Till all shall meet in heaven at length; 
Till all before Thy face appear, 
And join in nobler worship there. 

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2. Chosen of God, to sinners dear, 

We now adore Thy name; 
We trust our whole salvation here, 
Nor can we suffer shame. 

3. The foolish builders, scribe and priest, 

Reject it with disdain; 
Yet on this Rock the Church shall rest, 
And envy rage in vain. 

4. What though the gates of hell withstood, 

Yet must this building rise; 
'T is Thine Own work, Almighty God, 
And wondrous in our eyes. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

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Of old that went and came? 
But, Lord, Thy Church is praying yet, 
A thousand years the same. 

2. We mark her goodly battlements, 

And her foundations strong; 
We hear within the solemn voice 
Of her unending song-. 



3. For not like kingdoms of the world 

Thy holy Church, O God; 
Though earthquake shocks are threaten- 
And tempests are abroad; [ing her, 

4. Unshaken as eternal hills, 

Immovable she stands, 
A mountain that shall fill the earth, 
A house not made by hands. 

Bishop Arthur Cleveland eoxe. 

391* CHRISTMAS. CM. Page' 152. 

1. With stately towers and bulv/arks strong, 

Unrivaled and alone, 
Loved theme of many a sacred song, 
God's holy city shone. 

2. Thus fair was Zion's chosen seat, 

The glory of all lands; 
Yet fairer, and in strength complete, 
The Christian temple stands. 

3. The faithful of each clime and age, 

This glorious Church compose; 
Built on a Rock, with idle rage 
The threatening tempest blows. 

4. In vain may hostile hands alarm, 

For God is her defense; 
How weak, how powerless each arm, 
Against Omnipotence! 



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Which He gives them when they pray. 
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393* 8, 7, 8, 7, 4, 7, See ZION, page 169. 

i. Zion stands with hills surrounded, 
Zion, kept by power Divine: 
All her foes shall be confounded, 
Though the world in arms combine. 

Happy Zion, 
What a favored lot is thine! 

2. Every human tie may perish; 

Friend to friend unfaithful prove; 



Mothers cease their own to cherish; 
Heaven and earth at last remove; 

But no changes 
Can attend Jehovah's love. 

3. In the furnace God may prove thee, 

Thence to bring thee forth more bright, 
But can never cease to love thee; 
Thou art precious in His sight. 

God is with thee, 
God, thine everlasting Lighc. 

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Her walls before Thee stand, 
Dear as the apple of Thine eye, 
And graven on Thy hand. 

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To her my cares and toils be given 
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5. Jesus, Thou Friend Divine, 

Our Saviour and our King, 
Thy hand from every snare and foe 
Shall great deliverance bring. 

6. Sure as Thy truth shall last, 

To Zion shall be given 
The brightest glories earth can yield, 
And brighter bliss of heaven. 

Rev. Timothy Dwight. 



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Which made Paul's heart with sorrow melt, 
And glow with energy Divine? 

3. That Spirit, which from age to age 

Proclaimed Thy love, and taught Thy 
ways? 
Brightened Isaiah's vivid page, 
And breathed in David's hallowed lays? 

4. Is not Thy grace as mighty now 

As when Elijah felt its power; 
When glory beamed from Moses' brow, 
Or Job endured the trying hour? 

5. Remember, Lord, the ancient days; 

Renew Thy work; Thy grace restore; 
And while to Thee our hearts we raise, 
On us Thy Holy Spirit pour. 

Rev. William H. Bathurst. 

396* HEBRON. L, M, Page 189. 

1. Great Lord of all Thy churches, hear 
Thy ministers' and people's prayer; 
Perfumed by Thee, O may it rise 
Like fragrant incense to the skies. 

2. Revive Thy churches with Thy grace; 
Unite our souls, and grant us peace; 
Rouse us from sloth, our hearts inflame 
With ardent zeal for Jesus' name. 

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3. May young and old Thy Word receive; 
Dead sinners hear Thy voice and live; 
The wounded conscience healing find, 
And joy refresh each drooping mind. 

4. May aged saints, matured with grace, 
Abound in fruits of holiness; 
And, when transplanted to the skies, 
May younger in their stead arise. 

Rev. William Kingsbury. 

397 + PARK STREET, L, M. Page 78. 

1. Awake, Jerusalem, awake! 
No longer in thy sins lie down; 

The garment of salvation take, 

Thy beauty and thy strength put on. 

2. Shake off the dust that blinds thy sight, 
And hides the promise from thine eyes; 

Arise, and struggle into light, 
The great Deliverer calls, Arise! 

3. Shake off the bands of sad despair; 
Zion, assert thy liberty; 

Look up, thy broken heart prepare, 
And God shall set the captive free. 

4. Vessels of mercy, sons of grace, 
Be purged from every sinful stain; 

Be like your Lord, His Word embrace, 
Nor bear His hallowed name in vain. 
Rev. eharles Wesley, 

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Touch my cold breast with heavenly fire; 
With holy, conquering zeal inspire. 

3. For zeal I sigh, for zeal I pant; 

Yet heavy is my soul, and faint: 

With steps unwavering, undismayed, 

Give me in all Thy paths to tread. 

Anon. 

399* ST. CRISPIN, L, M, Page 164. 

1. O where is now that glowing love 

That marked our union with the Lord? 
Our hearts were fixed on things above, 
Nor could the world a joy afford. 

2. Where is the zeal that led us then 

To make our Saviour's glory known? 
That freed us from the fear of men, 
And kept our eye on Him alone? 

3. Where are the happy seasons, spent 

In fellowship with Him we loved? 
The sacred joy, the sweet content, 

The blessedness that then we proved? 

4. Behold, again we turn to Thee; 

O cast us not away, though vile: 
No peace we have, no joy we see, 
Lord our God, but in Thy smile. 

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The Saviour's pardoning blood 
Applied to cleanse my soul from guilt, 
And bring me home to God. 

2. Soon as the morn the light revealed, 

His praises tuned my tongue; 
And when the evening shades prevailed- 
His love was all my song. 

3. In prayer my soul drew near the Lord, 

And saw His glory shine; 
And when I read His holy Word, 
I called each promise mine. 

4. But now, when evening shade prevails, 

My soul in darkness mourns; 
And when the morn the light reveals, 
No light to me returns. 

5. Rise, Lord, and help me to prevail; 

O make my soul Thy care; 
I know Thy mercy cannot fail; 
Let me that mercy share. 

Rev. John Newton. 



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Where is the soul-refreshing view 
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3. What peaceful hours I once enjoyed, 

How sweet their memory still! 
But they have left an aching void, 
The world can never till. 

4. Return, holy Dove; return, 

Sweet messenger of rest; 

402* BELMONT, 8, 7, 8, 7, 4, 7, See page 90. 




I hate the sins that made Thee mourn, 
And drove Thee from my breast. 

5, The dearest idol I have known, 

Whate'er that idol be, 
Help me to tear it from Thy throne, 
And worship only Thee. 

6. So shall my walk be close with God, 

Calm and serene my frame; 
So purer light shall mark the road 
That leads me to the Lamb. 

William Cowper. 

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Every part looked gay and green; 
Then Thy Word our spirits nourished, 
Happy seasons we have seen. 

3. Dearest Saviour, hasten hither, 

Thou canst make us bloom again; 
O permit us not to wither, 
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4. Let our mutual love be fervent, 

Make us prevalent in prayers; 
Let each one, esteemed Thy servant, 
Shun the world's alluring snares. 

5. Break the tempter's fatal power. 

Turn the stony heart to flesh; 
And begin from this good hour 
To revive Thy work afresh. 

Rev. John Newton. 

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3. Wilt Thou not bid me rise? 

Speak, and my soul shall live; 
Forgive, my stricken spirit cries, 
Abundantly forgive. 

4. Thine utmost mercy show; 

Say to my drooping soul, 
In peace and full assurance go; 
Thy faith hath made Thee whole. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

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And let our dying graces live 
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2. O let Thy chosen few 

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Their covenant again renew, 
And walk in filial fear. 



3. Thy Spirit then will speak 

Through lips of humble clay; 
And hearts of adamant shall break, 
And rebels shall obey. 

4. Lord, lend Thy gracious ear; 

O listen to our cry; 
O come, and bring salvation near; 
Our hopes on Thee rely. 

Mrs. Phoebe H. Brown. 
405* DENNIS. S, M. Page 150. 

1. Revive Thy work, O Lord, 

Thy mighty arm make bare; 
Speak with the voice that wakes the dead, 
And made Thy people hear. 

2. Revive Thy work, O Lord, 

Disturb this sleep of death; 
Quicken the smouldering embers now 
By Thine almighty breath. 

3. Revive Thy work, O Lord, 

Exalt Thy precious name; 
And, by the Holy Ghost, our love 
For Thee and Thine inflame. 

4. Revive Thy work, O Lord, 

And give refreshing showers; 
The glory shall be all Thine Own, 
The blessing, Lord, be ours. 

Rev. Albert Midlane. 



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We'll seek in fellowship to prove, 
Joined in one spirit to our Lord, 
Together bound by mutual love. 

3. And, while we pass this vale of tears, 

We'll make our joys and sorrows known; 
We'll share each other's hopes and fears, 
And count a brother's cares our own. 

4. Once more our welcome we repeat; 

Receive assurance of our love; 
O may we all together meet 

Around the throne of God above. 

James Montgomery. 

407* COMMUNION. L. M. Page 197. 

i. Brethren in Christ, and well beloved, 

To Jesus and His servants dear, 
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; 

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In Thee eternal life we know, 
And heaven's unutterable bliss. 

5. Though but in part we know Thee here; 

We wait Thy coming from above; 
And we shall then behold Thee near, 
And be forever lost in love. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

408. 

1. Kixdred in Christ, for His dear sake 

A hearty welcome here receive; 
May we together now partake 
The joys which only He can give. 

2. May He, by Whose kind care we meet, 

Send His good Spirit from above; 
Make our communication sweet, 
And cause our hearts to burn with love. 

3. Forgotten be each worldly theme, 

When Christians meet together thus; 
We only wish to speak of Him 

Who lived, and died, and reigns for us. 

4. Thus, as the moments pass away, 

We'll love, and wonder, and adore; 
And hasten on the glorious day 

When we shall meet to part no more. 

Rev. John /Newton. 



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One church above, beneath, 
Though now divided by the stream, 
The narrow stream of death. 

3. One army of the living God, 

To His command we bow; 
Part of the host have crossed the flood, 
And part are crossing now. 

4. E'en now, by faith, we join our hands 

With those that went before, 
And greet the ransomed, blessed bands 
Upon the eternal shore. 

5. Lord Jesus, be our constant Guide; 

And, when the word is given, 
Bid death's cold flood its waves divide, 
And land us safe in heaven. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

410. 

1. Happy the souls to Jesus joined, 

And saved by grace alone; 
Walking in all Thy ways, we find 
Our heaven on earth begun. 

2. The church triumphant in Thy love, 

Their mighty joys we know; 
They sing the Lamb in hymns above, 
And we in hymns below. 



3. Thee, in Thy glorious realm, they praise, 

And bow before Thy throne; 
We, in the kingdom of Thy grace: 
The kingdoms are but one. 

4. The holy to the holiest leads; 

From hence our spirits rise; 
And he that in Thy statutes treads 
Shall meet Thee in the skies. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

411* MARLOW. CM, Page 179. 

1. Planted in Christ, the living Vine, 

This day, with one accord, 
Ourselves, with humble faith and joy, 
We yield to Thee, O Lord. 

2. Joined in one body may we be: 

One inward life partake; 
One be our heart, one heavenly hope 
In every bosom wake. 

3. In prayer, in effort, tears, and toils, 

One wisdom be our guide; 
Taught by one Spirit from above, 
In Thee may we abide. 

4. Then, when among the saints in light 

Our joyful spirits shine, 
Shall anthems of immortal praise, 
O Lamb of God, be Thine. 

Rev. Samuel F. Smith. 



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4. Breathe on us, Lord, in this our day, 
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Speak peace into our hearts, and say, 
The Holy Ghost receive. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 



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And with him bear a part; 
May sorrows flow from eye to eye, 
And joy from heart to heart. 

3. Free us from envy, scorn, and pride, 

( >ur wishes fix above; 
May each his brother's failings hide, 
And show a brother's love. 

4. Let love, in one delightful stream, 

Through every bosom flow; 
And union sweet and dear esteem, 
In every action glow. 

5. Love is the golden chain that binds 

The happy souls above; 
And he's an heir of heaven that finds 
His bosom glow with love. 

Rev. Joseph Swain. 

416* BERNARD. CM, Page 220. 

1. Our God is Love; and all His saints 

His image bear below. 
The heart with love to God inspired, 
With love to man will glow. 

2. Teach us to love each other, Lord, 

As we are loved by Thee; 
None who are truly born of God 
Can live in enmity. 

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With mutual love inflame. 

4. So may the unbelieving world 
See how true Christians love; 
And glorify our Saviour's grace, 
And seek that grace to prove. 

Rev. Thomas Cotterill. 



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1. Jesus, united by Thy grace, 
And each to each endeared, 

With confidence we seek Thy face, 
And know our prayer is heard. 

2. Still let us own our common Lord, 

And bear Thine easy yoke; 

A band of love, a threefold cord, 

Which never can be broke. 

3. Make us into one spirit drink; 

Baptize into Thy name; 
And let us alway kindly think, 
And sweetly speak, the same. 

4. Touched by the loadstone of Thy love, 

Let all our hearts agree, 
And ever toward each other move, 
And ever move toward Thee. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

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3. The gift which He on one bestows, 

We all delight to prove; 
The grace through every vessel flows 
In purest streams of love. 

4. E'en now we think and speak the same, 

And cordially agree, 
United all, through Jesus' name, 
In perfect harmony. 

5. And if our fellowship below 

In Jesus be so sweet, 
What height of rapture shall we know, 
When round His throne we meet! 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

419. 

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O bid it all depart. 

2. If to the right or left we stray, 

Leave us not comfortless; 
But guide our feet into the way 
Of everlasting peace. 

3. Help us to help each other, Lord, 

Each other's cross to bear; 

Let each his friendly aid afford, 

And feel his brother's care. 

4. Help us to build each other up; 

Our little stock improve; 
Increase our faith, confirm our hope, 
And perfect us in love. 

5. And, when the mighty work is wrought, 

Receive Thy ready Bride; 
Give us in heaven a happy lot 
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How doth the generous flame within 
Refine from earth and cleanse from sin! 

3. Their streaming tears together flow 
For human guilt and mortal woe; 
Their ardent prayers together rise, 
Like mingling flames in sacrifice. 

4. Together oft they seek the place 
Where God reveals His smiling face; 
How high, how strong their raptures swell, 
There's none but kindred souls can tell. 

5. Nor shall the glowing flame expire ' 
'Midst nature's drooping, sickening fire; 
Soon shall they meet in realms above, 
A heaven of joy, because of love. 

Mrs. Anna L. Barbauld. 



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1. Jesus, from Whom all blessings flow, 
Great Builder of Thy Church below, 
If now Thy Spirit move my breast, 
Hear, and fulfill Thine Own request. 

2. The few that truly call Thee Lord, 
And wait Thy sanctifying word, 
And Thee their utmost Saviour own, 
Unite and perfect them in one. 

3. O let them all Thy mind express, 
Stand forth Thy chosen witnesses, 
Thy power unto salvation show, 
And perfect holiness below. 

4. In them let all mankind behold 
How Christians lived in days of old; 
Mighty their envious foes to move, 
A proverb of reproach and love. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 



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1. Blest be the tie that binds 

Our hearts in Christian love; 
The fellowship of kindred minds 
Is like to that above. 

2. Before our Father's throne 

We pour our ardent prayers; 
Our fears, our hopes, our aims, are one, 
Our comforts and our cares. 



3. We share our mutual woes, 

Our mutual burdens bear, 
And often for each other flows 
The sympathizing tear. 

4. When we asunder part, 

It gives us inward pain; 
But we shall still be joined in heart, 
And hope to meet again. 

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Keep Thy flock, from sin defend us, 
Seek us when we go astray. 

Blessed Jesus, 
Hear Thy children when they pray. 

3. Thou hast promised to receive us, 

Poor and sinful though we be; 
Thou hast mercy to relieve us, 



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Blessed Jesus, 
Let us early turn to Thee. 

4. Early let us seek Thy favor; 
Early let us do Thy will; 
Holy Lord, our only Saviour, 
With Thy grace our bosoms fill. 

Blessed Jesus, 
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Dorothy A. Thrupp. 



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Echoes now the songs we raise; 

Still in glory 
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3. Loud we'll swell the pealing anthem, 

All Thy wondrous acts proclaim, 
Till all heaven and earth resounding, 
Echo with Thy glorious- name; 

Hallelujah, 
Hallelujah to the Lamb! 

Mrs. H. B. Steele 

425* 

1. Saviour, at Thy footstool bending, 

We, a youthful band,, appear; 
May our grateful songs ascending, 
Reach and please Thy gracious ear; 

Thus to praise Thee, 
Make and keep our hearts sincere. 

2. No harsh words of indignation 

Drive this little flock from Thee; 
Gentle is Thy invitation, 
Suffer them to come to me. 

Dearest Saviour, 
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3. Take us, then, Thou kind Protector, 

Keep us by Thy watchful care; 

Be our Shepherd, Friend, Director, 

In Thy arms of mercy bear; 

Guide to glory, 

We shall dwell in safety there. 

Anon. 

426 + ZION. 8,7,8,7,4,7, Page 240. 

1. God has said, Forever blessed 

Those who seek Me in their youth; 
They shall find the path of wisdom, 
And the narrow way of truth: 

Guide us, Saviour, 
In the narrow way of truth. 

2. Be our Strength, for we are weakness; 

Be our Wisdom and our Guide; 
May we walk in love and meekness, 
Nearer to our Saviour's side: 

Naught can harm us, 
While we thus in Thee abide. 

3. Thus, when evening shades shall gather, 

We may turn our tearless eye 
To the dwelling of our Father, 
To our home beyond the sky; 

Gently passing 
To the happy land on high. Anon. 



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And God will well approve 
When infants learn to lisp His name, 
And their Redeemer love. 

3. Be ours the bliss, in wisdom's way 

To guide untutored youth, 
And show the mind which went astray 
The Way, the Life, the Truth. 

4. Almighty God, Thine influence shed 

To aid this blest design; 
The honors of Thy name be spread, 
And all the glory Thine. 

Joseph Straphan. 
42 8* AVON, CM, Page 68. 



Till morn to eve, and noon to night, 
And heaven to earth, reply. 

4. Hosanna! then, our song shall be; 
Hosanna to our King! 
This is the children's jubilee; 
Let all the children sing. 

James Montgomery. 
429* CHRISTMAS, 0. M 





1. Hosanna! be the children's song, 

To Christ, the children's King; 
His praise, to Whom our souls belong, 
Let all the children sing. 

2. Hosanna! sound from hill to hill, 

And spread from plain to plain, 
While louder, sweeter, clearer still, 
Woods echo to the strain. 

3. Hosanna! on the wings of light, 

O'er earth and ocean fly, 



1. Ye hearts, with youthful vigor warm, 

In smiling crowds draw near; 
And turn from every mortal charm, 
A Saviour's voice to hear. 

2. The Lord of all the worlds on high 

Stoops to converse with you; 
And lays His radiant glories by, 
Your welfare to pursue. 

3. The soul that longs to see His face 

Is sure His love to gain; 
And those who early seek His grace 
Shall never seek in vain. 

4. What object, Lord, my soul should move, 

If once compared with Thee? 
What beauty should command my love, 
Like that in Christ I see? 

Rev. Philip Doddridge. 



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The paths of peace have trod; 
Whose secret heart, with influence sweet, 
Is upward drawn to God. 

3. By cool Siloam's shady rill 

The lily must decay; 
The rose that blooms beneath the hill 
Must shortly fade away: 

4. And soon, too soon, the wintry hour 

Of man's maturer age 
Will shake the soul with sorrow's power 
And stormy passion's rage. 

5. Thou, Whose infant feet were found 

Within Thy Father's shrine, 
Whose years, with changeless virtue 
Were all alike Divine; [crowned, 

6. Dependent on Thy bounteous breath, 



We seek Thy grace alone, 
In childhood, manhood, age and death, 
To keep us still Thine Own. 

Bishop Reginald Heber. 

431, 

1. Remember thy Creator now 

In these thy youthful days; 
He will accept thine earliest vow; 
He loves thine earliest praise. 

2. Remember thy Creator now, 

Seek Him while He is near; 
For evil days will come, when thou 
Shalt And no comfort here. 

3. Remember thy Creator now; 

His willing servant be; 
Then, when thy head in death shall bow, 
He will remember thee. Unknown. 



432 ♦ C, M, ABOUND THE THRONE, page 1S5. 

1. Around the throne of God in heaven 

Thousands of children stand, 
Children whose sins are all forgiven, 
A holy, happy band. 

2. In flowing robes of spotless white, 

See every one arrayed, 
Dwelling in everlasting light, 
And joys that never fade. 

3. What brought them to that world above, 



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That heaven so bright and fair, 
Where all is peace, and joy, and love; 
How came those children there? 

Because the Saviour shed His blood 

To wash away their sin; 
Bathed in that pure and precious flood, 

Behold them white and clean. 

On earth they sought the Saviour's grace, 
On earth they loved His name; 

So now they see His blessed face, 
And stand before the Lamb. 

Mrs. Anne H. Shephard. 



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3. Yet still to His footstool in prayer I may go, 

And ask for a share in His love; 



And if I thus earnestly seek Him below, 
I shall see Him and hear Him above. 

4. O a beautiful place He has gone to prepare 
For all who are washed and forgiven; 
And many dear children are gathering 
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Let them be the lion's prey; 
Let Thy tenderness, so loving, 

Keep them all life's dangerous way. 

Rev. Wm. A. Muehlenberg. 



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Though now as King He reigneth 

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We'll flock around His banner, 

We'll bow before His throne, 
And cry aloud, Hosanna 

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3. For should we fail proclaiming 
Our great Redeemer's praise, 

The stones, our silence shaming, 

, Would their hosannas raise. 

But shall we only render 
The tribute of our words? 

No; while our hearts are tender, 
They too shall be the Lord's. 

Rev. John King. 



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The all-subduing Word, 

Healer of strife: 
Thou didst Thyself abase, 
That from sin's deep disgrace 
Thou mightest save our race, 

And give us life. 

3. Thou art the great High Priest; 
Thou hast prepared the feast 

Of heavenly love; 
While in our mortal pain 
None calls on Thee in vain; 
Help Thou dost not disdain, 

Help from above. 

4. Ever be Thou our Guide, 
Our Shepherd and our Pride, 

Our Staff and Song; 
Jesus, Thou Christ of God, 
By Thy enduring Word 
Lead us where Thou hast trod; 

Make our faith strong. 

5. So now, and till we die, 
Sound we Thy praises high, 

And joyful sing: 
Infants, and the glad throng 
Who to Thy Church belong, 
Unite to swell the song 

To Christ our King. 

Clement of Alexandria. 



437* W00DW0RTH. L. M, Page 180. 

1. Just as I am, Thine Own to be, 
Friend of the young, Who lovest me: 
To consecrate myself to Thee, 

O Jesus Christ, I come. 

2. In the glad morning of my day, 
My life to give, my vows to pay, 
With no reserve and no delay, 

With all my heart I come. 

3. I would live ever in the light, 

I would work ever for the right, 
I would serve Thee with all my might,- 
Therefore to Thee I come. 

4. Just as I am, young, strong and free, 
To be the best that I can be 

For truth, and righteousness and Thee, 
Lord of my life, I come. 

5. With many dreams of fame and gold, 
Success and joy to make me bold; 
But dearer still my faith to hold, 

For my whole life, I come. 

6. And for Thy sake to win renown, 
And then to take my victor's crown, 
And at Thy feet to cast it down, 

O Master, Lord, I come. 

Marianne Farningham. 



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438* COWPER. C, M. 



Dr. Lowell Mason. 




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2. 'T is not a cause of small import, 

The pastor's care demands; 
But what might fill an angel's heart, 
And filled a Saviour's hands. 

3. They watch for souls, for which the Lord 

Did heavenly bliss forego; 
For souls, which must forever live 
In raptures, or in woe. 

4. Lord, let Thy servants, as they preach, 

Thy great salvation see; 
And watch Thou daily o'er their souls, 
That they may watch for Thee. 

Rev. Philip Doddridge. 

439* ZERAH, C. M. Page 235. 

i. Go, and the Saviour's grace proclaim, 
Ye messengers of God; 
Go, publish through Immanuel's name, 
Salvation bought with blood. 

2. What though your arduous task may lie 

Through regions dark as death! 
What though your faith and zeal to try, 
Perils beset your path! 

3. Yet with determined courage go, 

And armed with power Divine, 
Your God will needful aid bestow, 
And on your labors shine. 

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4. He, Who has called you to the war, 

Will recompense your pains; 
Before Messiah's conquering car 
Mountains shall sink to plains. 

5. Shrink not, though earth and hell oppose, 

But plead your Master's cause; 
Nor doubt that e'en your mighty foes 
Shall bow before His cross. 

Rev. Thomas B. Worrell. 

440* KNOX. C. M. Page 193. 

1. Jesus, the word of mercy give, 

And let it swiftly run; 
And let the priests themselves believe, 
And put salvation on. 

2. Let all Thy chosen servants shine, 

Illustrious as the sun, 
And bright with borrowed rays Divine, 
Their glorious circuit run. 

3. As giants may they run their race, 

Exulting in their might; 
As burning luminaries chase 
The gloom of hellish night. 

4. As the bright Sun of Righteousness, 

Their healing wings display; 
And let their lustre still increase 
Unto the perfect day. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

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441* HEBRON. L, M. 



Dr. Lowell Mason. 




2. The joyful news to all impart, 

And teach them where salvation lies; 
With care bind up the broken heart, 
And wipe the tears from weeping eyes. 

3. Be wise as serpents, where you go, 

But harmless as the peaceful dove; 
And let your heaven-taught conduct show 
Ye are commissioned from above. 

4. Freely from Me ye have received, 

Freely, in love, to others give; 
Thus shall your doctrines be believed, 
And, by your labors, sinners live. 

Rev. John Logan. 

442* W00DW0RTH. L. M, Page 180. 

1. Saviour of men, Thy searching eye 
Doth all mine inmost thoughts descry; 
Doth aught on earth my wishes raise, 
Or the world's pleasures, or its praise? 

2. The love of Christ doth me constrain 
To seek the wandering souls of men; 
With cries, entreaties, tears, to save, — 
To snatch them from the gaping grave. 

3. For this let men revile my name; 
No cross I shun, I fear no shame; 
All hail, reproach; and welcome, pain; 
Only Thy terrors, Lord, restrain. 

4. My life, my blood, I here present, 
If for Thy truth they may be spent; 



Fulfill Thy sovereign counsel, Lord; 
Thy will be done; Thy name adored. 

5. Give me Thy strength, O God of power: 
Then let winds blow, or thunders roar, 
Thy faithful witness will I be: 
'T is fixed; I can do all through Thee. 

Johann J. Winkler. 

443* ROCKINGHAM, L. M. Page 174. 

1. Pour out Thy Spirit from on high; 

Lord, Thine assembled servants bless; 
Graces and gifts to each supply, 

And clothe them with Thy righteousness. 

2. Within Thy temple, where we stand 

To teach the truth as taught by Thee, 
Saviour, like stars in Thy right hand, 
The angels of the churches be. 

3. Wisdom, and zeal, and faith impart, 

Firmness with meekness from above, 
To bear Thy people on our heart, 

And love the souls whom Thou dost love. 



4. To watch, and pray, and never faint; 
By day and night strict guard to keep; 

To warn the sinner, cheer the saint, 

Nourish Thy lambs and feed Thy sheep. 

5. Then, when our work is finished here, 
In humble hope our charge resign; 

When the chief Shepherd shall appear, 
O God, may they and we be Thine. 

lames Montgomery. 

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Attending you from place to place; 
Where'er you meet expect Me there, 

In church, or house, or open air. 

3. Commissioned thus, we come abroad, 
To preach the Gospel of our God; 



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The love of God in Christ to tell, 
The love that saves from sin and hell. 

4. Jesus, our Lord, Thy word fulfill, 
Thy Spirit's power be with us still; 
May all our souls Thy blessings share, 
Accept our praise and hear our prayer. 

Anon. 



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2. How charming is their voice! 

How sweet the tidings are! 
Zion, behold thy Saviour King; 
He reigns and triumphs here! 

3. How happy are our ears, 

That hear the joyful sound, 



Which kings and prophets waited for, 
And sought, but never found! 

4. How blessed are our eyes, 

That see this heavenly light; 
Prophets and kings desired it long, 
But died without the sight. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

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We ask no other wages, 

When Thou shalt call us home, 
But to have shared the travail 

Which makes Thy kingdom come. 

Come down, Thou Holy Spirit, 
And fill our souls with light; 

Clothe us in spotless raiment, 
In linen clean and white; 

Beside Thy sacred altar 
Be with us, where we stand, 



To sanctify Thy people 

Through all this happy land. 

Rev. John S. B. Monsell. 

447* S. M, BOYLESTON. Page 158. 

1. The harvest dawn is near, 

The year delays not long; 
And he who sows with many a tear 
Shall reap with many a song. 

2. Sad to his toil he goes, 

His seed with weeping leaves; 
But he shall come at twilight's close, 
And bring his golden sheaves. 

Rev. George Burgess. 



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448* ORTONVILLE. C. M. 



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Nor scorn their humble name; 
For 't was to bless such souls as these 
The Lord of glory came. 

3. We bring them, Lord, in thankful hands, 

And yield them up to Thee; 
Joyful that we ourselves are Thine, 
Thine let our offspring be. 

4. If orphans they are left behind, 

Thy guardian care we trust; 
That care shall heal our bleeding hearts, 
If weeping o'er their dust. 

Rev. Philip Doddridge. 

449* ST, MARTIN'S. C, M. Page 36. 

1. O Lord, while we confess the worth 

Of this the outward seal, 
Do Thou the truths herein set forth 
To every heart reveal. 

2. Death to the world we here avow, 

Death to each fleshly lust; 
Newness of life our calling now, 
A risen Lord our trust. 

3. Baptized into the Father's name, 

We'd walk as sons of God; 
Baptized in Thine, we own Thy claim 
As ransomed by Thy blood. 



4. Baptized into the Holy Ghost, 
We'd keep His temple pure, 
And make Thy grace our only boast, 
And by Thy strength endure. 

Mrs. M. B. Peters. 



Page 143. 




i. Proclaim, saith Christ, My wondrous 
grace 
To all the sons of men; 
He that believes and is baptized, 
Salvation shall obtain. 

2. Let plenteous grace descend on those 

Who, hoping in Thy Word, 
This day have solemnly declared 
That Jesus is their Lord. 

3. With cheerful feet may they advance, 

And run the Christian race; 
And, in the troubles of the way, 
Find all-sufficient grace. 

4. And, when the awful message comes 

To call their souls away, 
.May they be found prepared to live 
In realms of endless day. 

Rev. James /Newton. 



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451+ VIGIL. S. M. 



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2. Thee let the fathers own, 

Thee let the sons adore; 
Joined to the Lord in solemn vows, 
To be forgot no more. 

3. How great Thy mercies, Lord! 

How plenteous is Thy grace, 



Which, in the promise of Thy love, 
Includes our rising race. 

4. Our offspring, still Thy care, 
Shall own their fathers' God; 
To latest times Thy blessings share, 
And sound Thy praise abroad. Anon. 



452* KNOX, C. M, 



Temple Melodies. 




1. Our children, Lord, in faith and prayer, 

We now devote to Thee; 
Let them Thy covenant mercies share, 
And Thy salvation see. 

2. In early days their hearts secure 

From worldly snares, we pray; 
And let them to the end endure 
In every righteous way. 



453 + 

1. While in this sacred rite of Thine 

We yield our spirits now, 
Shine o'er the waters, Dove Divine, 
And seal the cheerful vow. 

2. All glory be to Him Whose life 

For ours was freely given; 
Who aids us in the spirit's strife, 
And makes us meet for heaven. 



3. Help us before them, Lord, to live 
In holy faith and fear; 
And then to heaven our souls receive, 
And bring our children there. 

Bishop Edward H. Bickersteth. 



3. To Thee we gladly now resign 
Our life and all our powers; 
Accept us in the rite Divine, 
And bless these hallowed hours. 

Rev. Samuel F. Smith. 

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4. And when these lips no more can pray, 
These eyes can weep for them no more, 
Turn Thou their feet from folly's way; 
The wanderers to Thy fold restore. 

Mrs. Ann Bradley Hyde. 



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But think on nobler things. 

4. O tune our tongues, and set in frame 
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To sing Hosanna to the Lamb, 
The Lamb that died for me! 

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My Saviour takes me by the hand, 
My Jesus bids me come. 

4. Ye saints below, and hosts of heaven, 

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No theme is like redeeming love; 
No Saviour is like ours. 

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45 7 ♦ COWPER, C, M. Page 188. 

i. O Love Divine! O matchless grace! 
Which in this sacred rite 
Shines forth so full, so free, in rays 
Of purest living light. 

2. O wondrous death! O precious blood! 

For us so freely spilt, 
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From every stain of guilt. 

3. O covenant of life and peace, 

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Thy dying love recall. 

5. O may Thy pure and perfect love 

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Nor earth, nor self, nor sin obscure 
The ever-radiant lines. 

Rev. Edward Turney. 

458* BERNARD, C, M, Page 220. 




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Thy presence may we feel; 
And thus inspired with holy fear, 
Before Thine altar kneel. 

2. Here may Thy faithful people know 

The blessings of Thy love; 
The streams that through the desert flow; 
The manna from above. 

3. We come, obedient to Thy Word, 

To feast on heavenly food; 
Our meat, the body of the Lord; 
Our drink, His precious blood. 

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2. Thy body, broken for my sake, 

My bread from heaven shall be; 
Thy testamental cup I take, 
And thus remember Thee. 

3. Gethsemane can I forget? 

Or there Thy conflict see, 
Thine agony and bloody sweat, 
And not remember Thee? 

4. When to the cross I turn mine eyes, 

And rest on Calvary, 
Lamb of God, my Sacrifice, 
I must remember Thee; 

5. Remember Thee and all Thy pains, 

And all Thy love to me; 
Yea, while a breath, a pulse remains, 
Will I remember Thee. 

6. And when these failing lips grow dumb, 

And mind and memory flee, 
When Thou shalt in Thy kingdom come, 
Jesus, remember me. 

James Montgomery. 

460* PETERBOROUGH, C. M, Page 226. 

1. The King of heaven His table spreads, 

And blessings crown the board; 
Not Paradise, with all its joys, 
Could such delight afford. 

2. Pardon and peace to dying men, 

And endless life are given, 



Through the rich blood that Jesus shed 
To raise our souls to heaven. 

3. Millions of souls, in glory now, 

Were fed and feasted here; 
And millions more, still on the way, 
Around the board appear. 

4. All things are ready, come away, 

Nor weak excuses frame; 
Crowd to your places at the feast, 
And bless the Founder's name. 

Rev. Philip Doddridge. 

461* S. M. ST, THOMAS, Page 145. 

1. Glory to God on high, 

Our peace is made with heaven; 
The Son of God came down to die, 
That we might be forgiven. 

2. His precious blood was shed, 

His body bruised for sin; 
Remember this in eating bread, 
And that in drinking wine. 

3. Approach His royal board, 

In His rich garments clad; 
Join every tongue to praise the Lord, 
And every heart be glad. 

4. The Father gives the Son; 

The Son, His flesh and blood; 
The Spirit seals; and faith puts on 
The righteousness of God. 



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Thy dying love the noblest praise 
Of long eternity transcends. 

3. 'T is pleasure more than earth can give 

Thy goodness, through these veils, to see. 
Thy table food celestial yields, 
And happy they who sit with Thee. 

4. But, O what vast, transporting joy 

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When, joined with yon celestial train, 
Our grateful souls Thy love admire. 

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And humbly worship at Thy feet, 

O let our warm affections move 
In glad returns of grateful love! 



3. Let humble, penitential woe 
In tears of godly sorrow flow; 
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Life, hope, and joy, to every heart. 

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Impart Thy grace to every guest; 
Direct our views to Calvary, 

And help us to remember Thee. 

3. Let us with light and truth be blest, 
Upon Thy bosom let us rest; 

And at Thy supper may we learn, 
Thy broken body to discern. 

4. O that our souls may now be fed 
With Christ Himself, the living Bread; 
That we the covenant may renew 
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3. Clouds and darkness round us press; 
Would we have one sorrow less? 
All the sharpness of the cross, 

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Death and darkness and the tomb, 
Pain us only till He come. 

4. See, the feast of love is spread; 
Drink the wine, and break the bread; 
Sweet memorials, — till the Lord 
Call us round His heavenly board; 
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Dost Thou bid us look and live? 
Lord, we wonder and adore, 
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2. From north to south the princes meet, 
To pay their homage at His feet; 
While western empires own their Lord, 
And savage tribes attend His Word. 

3. To Him shall endless prayer be made, 
And endless praises crown His head; 
His name like sweet perfume shall rise 
With every morning sacrifice. 

4. People and realms of every tongue, 
Dwell on His love with sweetest song, 
And infant voices shall proclaim 
Their early blessings on His name. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

469+ UXBRLDGE, L. M, Page 70. 
i. Eternal Father, Thou hast said ■ 

That Christ all glory shall obtain; 
That He Who once a sufferer bled 

Shall o'er the world a Conqueror reigi 

2. We wait Thy triumph, Saviour King; 

Long ages have prepared Thy way; 
Now all abroad Thy banner fling; 
Set time's great battle in array. 

3. Thy hosts are mustered to the field; 

The cross! the cross! the battle-call; 
The old grim towers of darkness yield, 
And soon shall totter to their fall. 




4. On mountain tops the watch-fires glow, 

Where scattered wide the watchmen 
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Voice echoes voice, and onward flow 
The joyous shouts from land to land. 

5. O fill Thy Church with faith and power; 

Bid her long night of weeping cease; 
To groaning nations haste the hour 
Of life and freedom, light and peace. 
Rev. Ray Palmer. 

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And let the world, adoring, see 
Triumphs of mercy wrought by Thee. 

2. Say to the heathen, from Thy throne, 
I am Jehovah, God alone; 

Thy voice their idols shall confound, 
And cast their altars to the ground. 

3. Almighty God, Thy grace proclaim 
Through every clime, to every name; 
Let adverse powers before Thee fall, 
And crown the Saviour Lord of all. 

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Bows down to wood and stone, 

3. Can we, whose souls are lighted 

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Can we to men benighted 

The lamp of life - deny? 
Salvation, O salvation! 

The joyf.ul sound proclaim, 
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4. Waft, waft, ye winds, His story, 

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1. Cast thy bread upon the waters, 

Thinking not 't is thrown away; 
God Himself saith, thou shalt gather 
It again some future day. 

2. Cast thy bread upon the waters; 

Wildly though the billows roll, 
They but aid thee as thou toilest 
Truth to spread from pole to pole. 

3. As the seed, by billows floated, 

To some distant island lone, 
So to human souls benighted, 

What thou flingest may be borne. 

4. Cast thy bread upon the waters; 

Why wilt thou still doubting stand? 
Bounteous shall God send the harvest, 
If thou sowest with liberal hand. 

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Their darkness turn to light, 
Whose souls, condemned and dying, 

Were precious in His sight. 

3. He shall descend like showers 

Upon the fruitful earth, 
And love, and joy, like flowers, 

Spring in His path to birth; 
Before Him, on the mountains, 

Shall peace, the herald, go, 
And righteousness, in fountains, 

From hill to valley flow. 

4. To Him shall prayer unceasing, 

And daily vows ascend; 
His kingdom still increasing, 

A kingdom without end. 
The tide of time shall never 

His covenant remove; 
His name shall stand forever, 

That name to us is love. 

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476* See WEBB. 7, 6, 7, 6, D. Page 186. 

1. The morning light is breaking, 

The darkness disappears; 
The sons of earth are waking 

To penitential tears; 
Each breeze that sweeps the ocean 

Brings tidings from afar 
Of nations in commotion 

Prepared for Zion's war. 

2. See heathen nations bending 

Before the God we love, 
And thousand hearts ascending 

In gratitude above; 
While sinners, now confessing, 

The Gospel call obey, 
And seek a Saviour's blessing, 

A nation in a day. 

3. Blest river of salvation, 

Pursue thy onward way; 
Flow thou to every nation, 

Nor in thy richness stay: 
Stay not till all the lowly 

Triumphant reach their home, 
Stay not till all the holy 

Proclaim, The Lord is come. 

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Those enlightening 
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3. God of Jacob, high and glorious, 

Let Thy people see Thy hand; 
Let the Gospel be victorious 

Through the world, in every land; 

Then shall idols 
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478* HARWELL, 8, 7, 8, 7, D, Page 291. 
I. On the mountain top appearing, 
Lo! the sacred herald stands, 
Welcome news to Zion bearing, 
Zion long in hostile lands. 

Mourning captive, 
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Zion still is well beloved. 

God, thy God, will now restore thee; 

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All thy foes shall flee before thee; 

Here their boasts and triumphs end; 
Great deliverance 

Zion's King will surely send. 

Peace and joy shall now attend thee; 

All thy warfare now is past; 
God thy Saviour will defend thee; 

Victory is thine at last; 
All thy conflicts 

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Can I leave you, 
Far in heathen lands to dwell? 

3. Yes, I hasten from you gladly, 

From the scenes I love so well, 
Far away, ye billows, bear me; 
Lovely native land, farewell! 

Pleased I leave thee, 
Far in heathen lands to dwell. 

4. In the desert let me labor, 

On the mountain let me tell 
How He died, the blessed Saviour, 
To redeem a world from hell. 

Let me hasten 
Far in heathen lands to dwell. 

5. Bear me on, thou restless ocean; 

Let the winds my canvas swell; 
Heaves my heart with warm emotion, 
While I go far hence to dwell. 

Glad I leave thee, 
Native land, farewell! farewell! 

Rev. Samuel F. Smith. 



480* ZION. 8, 7, 8, 7, 4, 7. Page 142. 

i. Go and seek the lost and dying; 
Preach the world's glad jubilee; 
Like the herald angels, flying, 
Bear God's message o'er the sea; 

Toil for Jesus, 
Till the blind His glory see. 

2. Go and tell the blessed story 

Of the holy Lamb of God; 
Show the poor His grace and glory; 
Lead the dying to His blood, 

Ever crying, 
O behold the Lamb of God! 

3. May the peace of God attend you, 

As you gather precious spoil; 
May His arms of love defend you, 
In the conflict and turmoil; 

May His presence 
Cheer you on the field of toil. 

4. Fare you well! whate'er betide you, 

Look to Jesus for His grace; 
He will comfort, cheer, and guide you, 
Till at last, in His embrace, 

Safe forever, 
You shall see Him face to face. 

Rev. H. 8. Hartzler. 



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The world to Christ we bring 

With fervent prayer; 
The wayward and the lost, 
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To my Lord my all I owe. 

Praise the Saviour, all ye nations! 

Praise Him, all ye hosts above! 
Shout with joyful acclamations, 

His Divine, victorious love! 

Rev. Benjamin Francis. 



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Higher yet that star ascends: 
Traveller, blessedness and light, 

Peace and truth, its course portends. 
Watchman, will its beams alone 

Gild the spot that gave them birth? 
Traveller, ages are its own, 

See, it bursts o'er all the earth. 

3. Watchman, tell us of the night, 

For the morning seems to dawn; 
Traveller, darkness takes its flight; 

Doubt and terror are withdrawn: 
Watchman, let thy wanderings cease, 

Hie thee to thy quiet home; 
Traveller, lo! the Prince of peace, 

Lo, the Son of God is come. 

Sir John Bowring. 

484* MAETTN, 7, 7, 7, 7, D, Page 92. 

1. Soldiers of the cross, arise, 

Gird you with your armor bright; 
Mighty are your enemies, 



Hard the battle ye must fight. 
O'er a faithless, fallen world 

Raise your banner to the sky; 
Let it float there wide unfurled; 

Bear it onward; lift it high. 

2. 'Mid the homes of want and woe, 

Strangers to the living word, 
Let the Saviour's herald go, 

Let the voice of hope be heard. 
To the weary and the worn 

Tell of realms where sorrows cease; 
To the outcast and forlorn 

Speak of mercy and of peace. 

3. Guard the helpless; seek the strayed; 

Comfort troubles; banish grief; 
In the might of God arrayed, 

Scatter sin and unbelief. 
Be the banner still unfurled, 

Still unsheathed the Spirit's sword, 
Till the kingdoms of the world 

Are the kingdoms of the Lord. 

Bishop William W. How. 



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Of His love so deep and dear; 
Of the precious price that bought them; 
Of the nail, the thorn, the spear; 

Ye who know Him, 
Guide them from their darkness drear. 

3. Haste, O haste, and spread the tidings 

Wide to earth's remotest strand; 
Let no brother's bitter chidines 



Rise against us, when we stand 

In the judgment, 
From some far, forgotten land. 

Lo, the hills for harvest whiten, 
All along each distant shore; 

Seaward far the islands brighten; 
Light of nations lead us o'er; 

When we seek them, 
Let Thy Spirit go before. 

Mrs. Cecil F. Alexander. 



486* 7, 6, 7, 6, D, RUTHERFORD. Page 209. 
1. Our country's voice is pleading: 
Ye men of God, arise! 
His providence is leading, 
The land before you lies; 
Day-gleams are o'er it brightening, 

And promise clothes the soil; 
Wide fields, for harvest whitening, 
Invite the reaper's toil. 



2. The love of Christ unfolding, 
Speed on from east to west, 
Till all, His cross beholding, 

In Him are fully blest. 
Great Author of salvation, 

Haste, haste the glorious day, 
When we, a ransomed nation, 
Thy sceptre shall obey. 

Mrs. Maria F. Anderson. 



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1 Hail to the brightness of Zion's glad 
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Joytothelandsthatin darkness have lain! 
Hushed be the accents of sorrow and 
mourning; 
Zion in triumph begins her mild reign. 

2. Hail to the brightness of Zion's glad 
morning, 
Long by the prophets of Israel foretold; 
Hail to the millions from bondage return- 
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Gentile and Jew the blest vision behold. 



3. Lo! in the desert rich flowers are springing, 
Streams ever copious are gliding along; 

Loud from the mountain-tops echoes are 
ringing, 
Wastes rise in verdure, and mingle in 
song. 

4. See, from all lands — from the isles of the 
ocean, 

Praise to Jehovah ascending on high; 
Fallen are the engines of war and commo- 
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Shouts of salvation are rending the sky. 
Dr. Thomas Hastings. 



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To watch in silence o'er the land; 

The rolling ocean, rocked with storms, 

Sleeps in the hollow of His hand. 

3. Beyond the heavens He sits alone, 

The universe obeys His nod; 
The lightning-rifts disclose His throne, 
And thunders voice the name of God. 

4. Thou sovereign God, receive this gift 

Thy willing servants offer Thee; 
Accept the prayers that thousands lift, 
And let these halls Thy temple be. 

5. And let those learn, who here shall meet, 

True wisdom is with reverence crowned, 
And science walks with humble feet 
To seek the God Whom faith hath found. 
Caleb T. Winchester. 

489* FEDERAL STREET, L, M, Page 217. 

1. Here in Thy name, eternal God, 

We build this earthly house for Thee; 
O choose it for Thy fixed abode, 
And guard it long from error free. 

2. Here, when Thy people seek Thy face, 

And dying sinners pray to live, 
Hear Thou, in heaven, Thy dwelling-place; 
And when Thou hearest, Lord, forgive. 

3. Here, when Thy messengers proclaim 

The blessed Gospel of Thy Son, 



Still by the power of His great name, 
Be mighty signs and wonders done. 

4. But will, indeed, Jehovah deign 

Here to abide, no transient guest? 
Here will our great Redeemer reign, 
And here the Holy Spirit rest? 

5. Thy glory never hence depart, 

Yet choose not, Lord, this house alone, 
Thy kingdom come to every heart; 
In every bosom fix Thy throne. 

James Montgomery. 

490* TRURO, L, M, Page 229. 

1. And will the great eternal God 

On earth establish His abode? 
And will He, from His radiant home, 
Accept our temple for His Own? 

2. These walls we to Thy honor raise, 

Long may they echo with Thy praise; 
And Thou, descending, fill the place 
With choicest tokens of Thy grace. 

3. Here let the great Redeemer reign, 

With all the glories of His train; 
While power Divine His Word attends, 
To conquer foes, and cheer His friends. 

4. And in the great decisive day. 

When God the nations shall survey, 
May it before the world appear 
That crowds were born to glory here. 

Rev. Philip Doddridge. 

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Are met for praise and prayer; 
Wherever sighs a contrite heart, 
Thou, gracious God, art there. 

3. With grateful joy Thy children rear 

This temple, Lord, to Thee; 
Long may they sing Thy praises here, 
And here Thy beauty see. 

4. Here, Saviour, deign Thy saints to meet; 

With peace their hearts to fill; 
And here, like Sharon's odors sweet, 
May grace Divine distil. 

5. Here may Thy truth fresh triumphs win; 

Eternal Spirit, here, 
In many a heart, now dead in sin, 
A living temple rear. j. d. Knowles. 

492. 

1. O Thou, Whose Own vast temple stands, 

Built over earth and sea! 
Accept the walls that human hands 
Have raised to worship Thee. 

2. Lord, from Thine inmost glory send, 

Within these walls to abide, 
The peace that dwelleth without end 
Serenely by Thy side. 

3. May erring minds, that worship here, 

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And they who mourn, and they who fear, 
Be strengthened as they pray. 

4. May faith grow firm, and love grow warm, 
And pure devotion rise, 
While round these hallowed walls the storm 
Of earth-born passion dies. 

William Sullen Bryant. 

493* FEDERAL STREET. L, M. Page 190. 

1. Accept this house, O gracious God, 

Which with our love this day we give, 
And let Thy glorious presence prove 
That with Thy people Thou dost live. 

2. O may Thy children here receive 

The precious gifts Thy grace imparts; 
And here may every meeting be 
The gate of heaven to our hearts. 

3. May here the feet of hopeful youth 

In wisdom's pleasant ways be led; 

And aged saints while traveling home 

Be, by Thy heavenly manna, fed. 

4. O may the weary here find rest; 

The lonely friendless find a friend; 
The mourner's sadness flee away, 
And sundered hearts in union blend. 

5. We see Thy presence everywhere 

As we to-day the past review; 

Thou sure wast with us in the old, 

O be Thou with us in the new. 

Rev. W. H. Fouke. 



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And Messiah the King who shall pray for 

the soul. 

3. O Father, come in, but not in the cloud 
Which filled the bright courts where Thy 

chosen ones bowed; 
But come in that Spirit of glory and grace, 
Which beams on the soul and illumines 

the race. 

4. O come in the power of Thy life-giving 

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Till faith bring the peace to the penitent 

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But the souls that are builded in worship 

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Shall be temples to God, everlasting above. 

Rev. Henry Ware, Jr. 

495* S, M, See OLMUTZ, page 243. 

1. Great is the Lord our God, 

And let His praise be great; 
He makes His Churches His abode; 
His most delightful seat. 

2. These temples of His grace, 

How beautiful they stand, 

The honors of our native place, 

And bulwarks of our land. 

3. In Zion God is known, 

A Refuge in distress; 
How bright has His salvation shone 
Through all her palaces! 

4. In ever new distress 

We'll to His house repair; 
We'll think upon His wondrous grace, 
And seek deliverance there. 

Rev. Isaac Watts 



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What we have done for Thee, 
And light the steps of duty 

In ways we could not see. 
O send us forth anointed, 

As witnesses for Thee, 
To preach Thy great salvation, 

To set the captives free. 

3. We go to pray, and labor, 

And wait, another year, 
Content, whate'er befall us, 

If only Thou art near! 
We can not go without Thee; 

The way we cannot know; 
O let Thy mighty presence 

Before Thy servants go! 

Rev. H. B. Hartzler. 

497* WEBB. 7, 6, 7, 6, D. Page 186. 

1. Once more, O Lord, assembling 
In Thy dear name, we meet 
As toilers in Thy vineyard, 



To worship at Thy feet. 
We come with joy and gladness, 

With gratitude and praise, 
Rejoicing in Thy goodness, 

That crowns our fleeting days. 

Thy mighty hand has brought us 

In safety through the year, 
Preserved our "feet from falling," 

And kept us in Thy fear. 
Thy grace has been sufficient, 

Thy promise never failed; 
And in the days of conflict 

Through Thee we have prevailed! 

, Now, gracious Father, meet us, 

And in our midst abide; 
In word and work direct us, 

And over all preside. 
Baptize us with Thy Spirit; 

Our hearts with love inflame; 
And all that is within us 
Shall bless Thy holy name. 

Rev. H. B. Hartzler. 



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Should oppose our Saviour's plan? 
Plead His cause, nor be affrighted: 
Fear ye not the face of man: 

Vain their tumult; 
Hurt His work they never can. 



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Jesus will His Own defend; 
Borne afar mid foes and strangers, 
Jesus will appear your Friend; 

And His presence 
Shall be with you to the end. 

Rev. Thomas Kelly. 



499* FOREST. L, M. 



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1. Great Husbandman, at Thy command, 
We sow Thy seed with liberal hand; 
And, mindful of Thy heavenly call, 
Onward we go, forsaking all. 

2. On, through the sad and weary years, 
We sow the precious seed with tears; 
And stay our hearts in faith sublime, 
With prospects of the harvest time. 

3. Not long shall we in sorrow go, 

Not long endure earth's toil and woe; 



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For He Who bids us sow and weep, 
Shall call us then in joy to reap. 

Then shall each tearful sower come, 
And bear his sheaves in triumph home; 
The voice long choked with grief shall sing, 
Till heaven with shouts of triumph ring. 

Thick on the hills of light shall stand 
The gathered sheaves from every land, 
While they that sow, and they that reap, 
The Harvest-Home in glory keep. 

H. L. Hastings. 



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With joy and gladness, bearing still 
The Spirit's holy seal. 

3. Go forth to scatter precious seed, 

To gather in the grain; 



In faith, and hope, and courage, go; 
Ye shall not foil in vain. 

4. Ye may not longer tarry here; 
For, O, the work is great, 
The fields are white, the reapers few, 
And ripened harvests wait. 

Rev. H. B. Hartzler. 



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2. What ruin hath intemperance wrought! 
How widely roll its waves! 
How many myriads hath it brought 
To fill dishonored graves! 



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Our plans and efforts bless; 
We trust, O Lord, in Thee alone 
To crown them with success. 

Rev. tdwin F. Hatfield. 



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And look not on the crimson wine; 
To flee and fear the accursed thing 
As serpent's bite or adder's sting. 



3. Stay Thou, O Lord, the tide of death; 
Rebuke the demon's blasting breath; 
And speed, O speed on every shore 
The day when strong drink slays no more. 

Anon. 



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2. Life from the dead! for those we plead 

Fast bound in passion's chain, 
That, from their iron fetters freed, 
They wake to life again. 

3. Life from the dead! quickened by Thee, 

Be all their powers inclined 



To temperance, truth, and piety, 
And pleasures pure, refined. 

4. And may they by Thy help abide, 
The tempter's power withstand; 
By grace restored and purified, 
In Christ accepted stand. 

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2. Hosannas, Lord, to Thee we sing, 

Whose power the giant fiend obeys; 
What countless thousands tribute bring, 
For happier homes and brighter days! 

3. Thou wilt not break the bruised reed, 

Nor leave the broken heart unbound; 

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The wife regains a husband freed! 
The orphan clasps a father found! 

4. Spare, Lord, the thoughtless, guide the blind 
Till man no more shall deem it just 
To live by forging chains to bind 
His weaker brother in the dust. 

Lucius M. Sargent 

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Which drowns the soul, and from the mind 
Blots the bright image stamped at first. 

O God of love and mercy, deign 
To look on those with pitying eye 

Who struggle with that fatal chain, 
And send them succor from on high! 

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3. Mourn for the ruined soul — 

Eternal life and light 
Lost by the fiery, maddening bowl, 
And turned to hopeless night. 



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Call to the strong, the free; 

Rouse them to shun that dreadful fall, 
And to the refuge flee. 

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Land of the noble free, 

Thy name I love; 
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Thy woods and templed hills; 
My heart with rapture thrills 

Like that above. 

3. Let music swell the breeze, 
And ring from all the trees 

Sweet freedom's song; 
Let mortal tongues awake; 
Let all that breathe partake; 
Let rocks their silence break, 

The sound prolong. 

4. Our fathers' God, to Thee, 
Author of liberty, 

To Thee we sing; 
Long may our land be bright 
With freedom's holy light; 
Protect us by Thy might, 

Great God, our King. 

Rev. Samuel F. Smith. 

509. 

1. God bless our native land; 
Firm may she ever stand 

Through storm and night; 
When the wild tempests rave, 
Ruler of wind and wave, 



Do Thou our country save 
By Thy great might. 

2. For her our prayer shall rise 
To God above the skies; 

On Him we wait. 
Thou Who art ever nigh, 
Guarding with watchful eye, 
To Thee aloud we cry, 

God save the State! 

Rev. John S. Dwritl 

510* 7, 7, 7, 7, See SEYMOUR, pag, 58. 

1. Swell the anthem, raise the sonjv 
Praises to our God belong; 
Saints and angels join to sing 
Praises to our heavenly King. 

2. Blessings from His liberal hand 
Flow around this happy land; 
Kept by Him, no foes annoy; 
Peace and freedom we enjoy. 

3. Here, beneath a virtuous sway, 
May we cheerfully obey; 
Never feel oppression's rod, 
Ever own and worship God. 

4. Hark! the voice of nature sings 
Praises to the King of kings; 
Let us join the choral song, 
And the grateful notes prolong. 

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And help us when we pray. 

3. Our fathers' sins were manifold, 

And ours no less we own, 
Yet wondrously from age to age, 
Thy goodness hath been shown. 

4. When dangers, like a mighty sea, 

Beset our country round, 
To Thee we looked, to Thee we cried, 
And help in Thee was found. 

5. With pitying eye behold our need, 

As thus we lift our prayer; 
Correct us with Thy judgments, Lord, 
Then let Thy mercy spare. 

Rev. John H. Gurney. 

512. 

1. O Lord, our fathers oft have told, 

In our attentive ears, 
Thy wonders in their days performed, 
And in more ancient years. 

2. 'T was not their courage, not their sword, 

To them salvation gave; 
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Whose succor they implored; 
Thy providence protected them, 
Who Thy great name adored. 

4. As Thee their God our fathers owned, 

So Thou art still our King; 

O therefore, as Thou didst to them, 

To us deliverance bring. 

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513. 

1. See, gracious Lord, before Thy throne, 

Thy mourning people bend; 
'T is on Thy sovereign grace alone, 
Our humble hopes depend. 

2. Tremendous judgments, from Thy hand, 

Thy dreadful powers display; 
Yet mercy spares this guilty land, 
And still we live to pray. 

3. O turn us, turn us, mighty Lord, 

By Thy redeeming grace; 
Then shall our hearts obey Thy Word, 
And humbly seek Thy face. 

4. Then, should insulting foes invade, 

We shall not sink in fear, 
Secure of never-failing aid, 
When God, our God, is near. 

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We often too willingly bear. 

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In many a perilous day. 

4. With mountain, and valley, and river, 
And fruitful domain we will raise 
Our hearts to the bountiful Giver, 
In ceaseless ascriptions of praise. 

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2. Remember, Lord, Thy works of old, 
The wonders that our fathers told; 
Remember not our sin's dark stain; 
Give peace, O God, give peace again. 

3. Whom shall we trust but Thee, O Lord? 
Where rest but on Thy faithful Word? 
None ever called on Thee in vain; 

Give peace, O God, give peace again. 

4. Where saints and angels dwell above 
All hearts are knit in holy love; 

bind us in that heavenly chain; 
Give peace, O God, give peace again. 

Rev. Sir Henry W. Baker. 

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1. Great God, beneath Whose piercing eye 
The earth's extended kingdoms lie; 
Whose favoring smile upholds them all, 
Whose anger smites them, and they fall; 

2. We bow before Thy heavenly throne; 
Thy power we see, Thy greatness own; 
Yet, cherished by Thy milder voice, 
Our bosoms tremble and rejoice. 

3. Thy kindness to our fathers shown 
Their children's children long shall own; 
To Thee, with grateful hearts, shall raise 
The tribute of exulting praise. 

4. Led on by Thine uncring aid, 
Secure the paths of life we tread; 



And, freely as the vital air, 

Thy first and noblest bounties share. 

5. Great God, our Guardian, Guide, and 
Friend! 
O still Thy sheltering arm extend; 
Preserved by Thee for ages past, 
For ages let Thy kindness last. 

William Koscoe. 

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i. Great God of nations, now to Thee 

Our hymn of gratitude we raise; 
With humble heart and bending knee, 

We offer Thee our song of praise. 

2. Thy name we bless, Almighty God, 

For all the kindness Thou hast shown 
To this fair land the pilgrims trod, — 
This land we fondly call our own. 

3. Here freedom spreads her banner wide, 

And casts her soft and hallowed ray; 
Here Thou our fathers' steps didst guide 
In safety through their dangerous way. 

4. We praise Thee, that the Gospel's light 

Through all our land its radiance sheds; 
Dispels the shades of error's night, 
And heavenly blessings round us spreads. 

5. Great God, preserve us in Thy fear; 

In dangers still our Guardian be; 
O spread Thy truth's bright precepts here; 
Let all the people worship Thee. 



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To Thee our grateful voices raise, 

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And guard us with Thy constant care. 

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Sheltered by Thee from every harm; 
We'll follow where Thy hand shall guide, 
And lean on Thy sustaining arm. 

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3. Laws, freedom, truth, and faith in God 

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The God they trusted guards their graves. 

4. And here Thy name, O God of love, 
Their children's children shall adore, 
Till these eternal hills remove, 
And Spring adorns the earth no more. 
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The land where our forefathers trod, 
And sang in the aisles of the forest 
Their hymns of thanksgiving to God. 
Their bark they had moored in the harbor, 
No more on the ocean to roam; 
And there in the wilds of New England, 
They founded a country and home. 



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In God may Thy children abide; 
In Him be the strength of the nation, 
His laws and His counsel our guide. 
Our banner! that time-honored banner 
That floats o'er the ocean's bright foam- 
God keep it unsullied forever — 
Our standard, our union, our home. 

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1. For God, and home, and every land, 
We wage a peaceful war, 

The cross, the banner of reforms, 
Forever at the fore. 

2. With Christ invincible we march, 
Man's direst foes to slay; 

His Word the sword of victory; 
Our allies all who pray. 

3. To save the holy land of home 
We press our high crusade; 

Our leader, Judah's Lion-heart, 
On Whom our trust is stayed. 

4. In step with Him we conquer lust 
And appetite and fraud; 

Defeat, retreat, bring no despair, — 
Our courage is in God. 

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2. Happy the home where Jesus' name 

Is sweet to every ear; 
Where children early lisp His fame, 
And parents hold Him dear. 

3. Happy the home where prayer is heard, 

And praise is wont to rise; 
Where parents love the sacred Word, 
And live but for the skies. 

4. Lord, let us in our homes agree 

This blessed peace to gain; 
Unite our hearts in love to Thee, 

And love to all will reign. Anon. 

524* MEAR, C, M. Page 227. 

1. Strangers and pilgrims here below, 

To Thee our prayers we send; 
O God, from danger and from woe 
This dwelling-place defend. 

2. Here let Thy peace, O Saviour, rest; 

Here let Thy love abide; 
Make us a blessing, make us blest, 
In all that may betide. 

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And every secret prayer, 
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Salutes my waking eyes; 

Once more, my voice, thy tribute pay 
To Him that rules the skies. 

2. Night unto night His name repeats, 

The day renews the sound 
Wide as the heavens on which He sits 
To turn the seasons round. 

3. 'T is He supports my mortal frame; 

My tongue shall speak His praise; 
My sins might rouse His wrath to flame. 
But yet His wrath delays. 

4. O God, let all my hours be Thine 

Whilst I enjoy the light; 
Then shall my sun in smiles decline 
And bring a peaceful night. 

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To pray, and never cease. Anon. 

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. My voice ascending high; 
To Thee will I direct my prayer; 
To Thee lift up mine eye: 

2. Up to the hills where Christ is gone 

To plead for all His saints, 
Presenting at His Father's throne 
Our songs and our complaints. 

3. Thou art a God before Whose sight 

The wicked shall not stand; 
Sinners shall ne'er be Thy delight 
Nor dwell at Thy right hand. 

4. O may Thy Spirit guide my feet 

In ways of righteousness; 
Make every path of duty straight 
And plain before my face. 

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And fills the circling hours. 

2. While many spent the night in sighs 
.. And restless pains and woes, 

In gentle-sleep I closed my eyes, 
And undisturbed repose. 

3. O let the same almighty care 

My waking hours attend; 

From every danger, every snare, 

My heedless steps defend. 

Anne Steele. 

529* SILO AM, C, M, Page 196. 

1. Shine on our souls, eternal God, 

With rays of beauty shine; 
O let Thy favor crown our days, 
And all their round be Thine. 

2. Did we not raise our hands to Thee, 

Our hands might toil in vain; 
Small joy success' itself could give, 
If Thou Thy love restrain. 

3. With Thee let every week begin; 

With Thee each day be spent; 
For Thee each fleeting hour improved, 
Since each by Thee is lent. 

Rev. Philip Doddridge. 

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My wearied eyelids gently steep, 
Be my last thought, how sweet to rest 
Forever on my Saviour's breast. 

3. Abide with me from morn to eve, 
For without Thee I cannot live; 
Abide with me when night is nigh, 
For without Thee I dare not die. 

4. If some poor wandering child of Thine 
Have spurned to-day the voice Divine, 
Now, Lord, the gracious work begin; 
Let him no more lie down in sin. 

5. Watch by the sick; enrich the poor 
With blessings from Thy boundless store; 
Be every mourner's sleep to-night, 
Like infant's slumbers, pure and light. 

6. Come near and bless us when we wake, 
Ere through the world our way we take; 
Till, in the ocean of Thy love, 
We lose ourselves in heaven above. 

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And God, the Spirit, — Three in One, 
Be honor, praise, and glory given, 
By all on earth, and all in heaven. 

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i. Glory to Thee, my God, this night, 
For all the blessings of the light; 
Keep me, O keep me, King of kings, 
Beneath Thine Own almighty wings. 

2. Forgive me, Lord, for Thy dear Son, 
The ill that I this day have done; 
That with the world, myself, and Thee, 
I, ere I sleep, at peace may be. 

3. Teach me to live that I may dread 
The grave as little as my bed; 
Teach me to die that so I may 
Rise glorious at Thy judgment day. 

4. O may my soul on Thee repose, 
And may sweet sleep mine eyelids close; 
Sleep, that shall me more vigorous make 
To serve my God when I awake. 

5. When in the night I sleepless lie, 
My soul with heavenly thoughts supply; 
Let no ill dreams disturb my rest, 
No powers of darkness me molest. 

6. Praise God, from Whom all blessings flow; 
Praise Him, all creatures here below; 
Praise Him above, ye heavenly host: 
Praise Father, Son and Holy Ghost. 

Bishop Thomas Ken. 

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3. All praise to Thee, Who safe hast kept, 
And hast refreshed me while I slept. 

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I may of endless life partake. 

. Lord, I my vows to Thee renew; 
Disperse my sins as morning dew; 
Guard my first springs of thought and will, 
And with Thyself my spirit fill. 

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Watchest where Thy people be. 

Should swift death this night o'ertake us, 
And our couch become our tomb, 

May the morn in heaven awake us, 
Clad in bright, eternal bloom. 

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Of Ages, rest and pray; 
Sweet is that shelter from the sun 

During the heat of day. 

At evening, in thy home, 

Around its altar, pray; 
And finding there the house of God, 

With heaven then close the day. 

When midnight vails our eyes, 

it is sweet to say 
I sleep, but my heart waketh, Lord, 

With Thee to watch and pray. 

James Montgomery. 



535* 

1. Thk day is past and gone, 

The evening shades appear; 
O may we all remember well, 
The night of death draws near. 

2. We lay our garments by, 

Upon our beds to rest; 
So death will soon disrobe us all 
Of what we here possess. 

3. Lord, keep us safe this night, 

Secure from all our fears, 
Beneath the shadow of Thy wings, 

Till morning light appears. i, Leiand. 



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Blest with the scorn of finite good, 
My soul is lightened of its load, 

And seeks the things above. 

3. Though I no foot of land possess, 
Nor cottage in this wilderness, 

A poor wayfaring man ; 
I lodge awhile in tents below, 
Or gladly wander to and fro, 

Till I my Canaan gain. 



4. There is my house and portion fair; 
My treasure and my heart are there, 

And my abiding home; 
For me my elder brethren stay, 
And angels beckon me away, 

And Jesus bids me come. 

5. I come, Thy servant, Lord, replies, 
I come to meet Thee in the skies, 

And claim my heavenly rest! 
Soon will the pilgrim's journey end; 
Then, O my Saviour, Brother, Friend, 

Receive me to Thy breast. 

Rev. John Wesley. 



537* S. M. See ST. THOMAS, page 230. 

1. Come, we that love the Lord, 

And let our joys be known; 
Join in a song with sweet accord, 
And thus surround His throne. 

2. Let those refuse to sing 

Who never knew our God; 
But servants of the heavenly King 
May speak their joys abroad. 

3. There we shall see His face, 

And never, never sin; 
There, from the rivers of His grace, 
Drink endless pleasures in: 



4. Yea, and before we rise 

To that immortal state, 
The thoughts of such amazing bliss ■ 
Should constant joys create. 

5. The hill of Zion yields 

A thousand sacred sweets, 
Before we reach the heavenly fields, 
Or walk the golden streets. 

6. Then let our songs abound, 

And every tear be dry; 
We're marching through Immanuel's 
ground 
To fairer worlds on high. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. Alt. by Rev. John Wesley. 



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2. Nearer my Father's house, 

Where the many mansions be; 
Nearer the great white throne to-day; 
Nearer the crystal sea. 

3. Nearer the bound of life 

Where burdens are laid down; 
Nearer to leave my heavy cross; 
Nearer to gain my crown. 

4. But, lying dark between, 

And winding through the night, 



There rolls the silent, unknown stream 
That leads at last to light. 

5. Perhaps e'en now my feet 

Have almost gained the brink, 
And I am nearer home to-day, 
Nearer than now I think. 

6. Father, perfect my trust; 

Strengthen my arm of faith; 
Stay near me when my way-worn feet 
Press through the stream of death. 

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The gratitude declare, 
That glows within my ravished heart? 
But Thou canst read it there. 

3. To all my weak complaints and cries, 

Thy mercy lent an ear 
Ere yet my feeble thoughts had learned 
To form themselves in prayer. 

4. When in the slippery paths of youth, 

With heedless steps I ran, 
Thine arm, unseen, conveyed me safe, 
And led me up to man. 

5. Through hidden dangers, toils, and deaths, 

It gently cleared my way; 
'And through the pleasing snares of vice, 
More to be feared than they. 

6. Through every period of my life 

Thy goodness I'll pursue; 
And after death, in distant worlds, 
The glorious theme renew. 

7. Through all eternity to Thee 

A grateful song I'll raise; 

But O eternity's too short 

To utter all Thy praise. 

Joseph Addison. 



540* ST. MARTIN'S. C, M, Page 36. 

1. God moves in a mysterious way 

His wonders to perform; 
He plants His footsteps in the sea, 
And rides upon the storm. 

2. Deep in unfathomable mines 

Of never-failing skill 
He treasures up His bright designs, 
And works His sovereign will. 

3. Ye fearful saints, fresh courage take; 

The clouds ye so much dread 
Are big with mercy and will break 
In blessings on your head. 

4. Judge not the Lord by feeble sense, 

But trust Him for His grace; 
Behind a frowning providence 
He hides a smiling face. 

5. His purposes will ripen fast, 

Unfolding every hour; 
The bud may have a bitter taste, 
But sweet will be the flower. 

6. Blind unbelief is sure to err, 

And scan His work in vain; 
God is His Own Interpreter, 
And He will make it plain. 

William Cowper, 



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2. This only can my fears control, 

And bid my sorrows fly; 
What harm can ever reach my soul 
Beneath my Father's eye? 

3. Whate'er Thy providence denies, 

I calmly would resign; 
For Thou art just, and good, and wise: 
O bend my will to Thine. 

4. Whate'er Thy sacred will ordains, 

O give me strength to bear; 
And let me know my Father reigns, 
And trust His tender care. 

5. My God, my Father, be Thy name 

My solace and my stay; 

O wilt Thou seal my humble claim, 

And drive my fears away. 

Anne Steele. 

542- 

1. Which of the monarchs of the earth 

Can boast a guard like ours, 
Encircled from our second birth 
With all the heavenly powers? 

2. Myriads of bright, cherubic bands, 

Sent by the King of kings, 
Rejoice to bear us in their hands, 
And shade us with their wings. 

3. Angels, where'er we go, attend 

Our steps, whate'er betide; 
With watchful care their charge defend, 
And evil turn aside. 



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4. Our lives those holy angels keep 

From every hostile power; 
.And, unconcerned, we sweetly sleep, 
As Adam in his bower. 

5. And when our spirits we resign, 

On outstretched wings they bear 
And lodge us in the arms Divine, 
And leave us ever there. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 

543* MEAE,, C, M, Page 253. 

1. Thy way, O God, is in the sea; 

Thy path I cannot trace; 
Nor comprehend the mystery 
Of Thine unbounded grace. 

2. Here the dark vails of flesh and sense 

My captive soul surround; 
Mysterious deeps of Providence 
My wondering thoughts confound. 

3. As through a glass, I dimly see 

The wonders of Thy love, 
How little do I know of Thee, 
Or of the joys above! 

4. 'T is but in part I know Thy will; 

I bless Thee for the sight; 
When will Thy love the rest reveal 
In glory's clearer light? 

5. With raptures shall I then survey 

Thy providence and grace; 

And spend an everlasting day 

In wonder, love, and praise. 

Rev. John Fawcett. 



THE CHURCH-PILGRIM SONGS. 



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His hand Divine shall lead you on, 
Through all the blissful road; 

Till to the sacred mount you rise, 
And see your gracious God. 

Bright garlands of immortal joy 
Shall bloom on every head; 



545» ELIZABETHTOWN, 



While sorrow, sighing, and distress 
Like shadows, all are fled. 

March on in your Redeemer's strength, 

Pursue His footsteps still; 
And let the prospect cheer your eye 

While laboring up the hill. 

Rev. Philip Doddridge. 



George Kingsley. 




i. We journey through a vale of tears, 
By many a cloud o'ercast; 
And w r orldly cares and worldly fears 
Go with us to the last. 

2. Not to the last! Thy Word hath said, 

Could we but read aright, 
Poor pilgrim, lift in hope thy head; 
At eve it shall be light! 

3. Tho' earthborn shadows now may shroud 

Thy thorny path awhile, 
God's blessed W T ord can part each cloud, 
And bid the sunshine smile. 



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4. Only believe, in living faith, 

His love and power Divine; 
And, ere thy sun shall set in death, 
His light shall round thee shine. 

5. When tempest clouds are dark on high, 

His bow of love and peace 
Shines sweetly in the vaulted sky, 
A pledge that storms shall cease. 

6. Hold on thy way, with hope unchilled, 

By faith and not by sight, 
And thou shalt own His Word fulfilled, 
At eve it shall be light. 

Bernard Barton, 



546* WELTON, L, M 



THE CHURCH-PILGRIM SONGS. 

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C/ESAR H. A. Malan. 




2. The Lord, Who built the earth and sky, 
In mercy stoops to hear thy cry; 

His promise all may freely claim: 
Ask and receive in Jesus' name. 

3. Without reserve give Christ your heart; 
Let Him His righteousness impart; 
Then all things else He'll freely give; 
With Him you all things shall receive. 

4. Thus shall the soul be truly blest, 
That seeks in God His only rest; 
May I that happy person be, 

In time and in eternity. 



Samuel Ecking. 



547- 



1. Thy ways, O Lord, with wise design, 

Are framed upon Thy throne above, 
And every dark and bending line 
Meets in the centre of Thy love. 

2. With feeble light, and half obscure, 

Poor mortals Thine arrangements view, 
Not knowing that the least are sure, 
And the mysterious just and true. 

3. Thy flock, Thine Own peculiar care, 

Though now they seem to roam uneyed, 
Are led or driven only where 
Thev best and safest mav abide. 



Their feet shall ne'er to ruin stray, 
Nor shall the weakest fail or die. 

5. My favored soul shall meekly learn 
To lay her reason at Thy throne; 
Too weak Thy secrets to discern, 
I'll trust Thee for my Guide alone. 

Ambrose Serle. 

548* MIGDOL. L, M. Page 201. 

1. My Father, I have loved Thy truth; 
Thou wast my Guide in early youth: 
Thy hand in safety led me on 

In wondrous ways I had not known. 

2. I knew no want, and felt no fear, 
With Thee my kind Provider near; 
Strong was my hand, and brave my heart, 
To do my work, and act my part. 

3. But now the fire of youth is dead; 
The snows of age are on my head; 
Mine eyes are dim; and faint and slow 
My feeble, faltering footsteps go. 

4. The friends and days of youth are gone, 
And I, alas! am left alone; 

Mine is an aged pilgrim's lot; 
O God, my God, forget me not! 



4. They neither know nor trace the way, 
But, whilst they trust the guardian eye, 



5. I bow submissive to Thy will; 
Thou art my God and Father still; 
And now, when I am old and gray, 
I rest on Thee, my Staff and Stay. 

Rev. H. B. HarUler. 

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Or on the thirsty mountain pant, 
To fertile vales and dewy meads, 
My weary wandering steps He leads, 
Where peaceful rivers, soft and slow, 
Amid the verdant landscape flow. 



550. 



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Though in the paths of death I tread, 
With gloomy horrors overspread, 
My steadfast heart shall fear no ill, 
For Thou, O Lord, art with me still; 
Thy friendly crook shall give me aid, 
And guide me through the dreadful shade. 

Joseph Addison. 
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And we still will follow Thee. 

Rev. John Sen 

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3. Worn and weary, oft the pilgrim 

Hails the setting of the sun, 
For his goal is one day nearer, 

And his journey nearly done; 
Thus we feel when o'er life's desert 

Heart and sandal-sore we roam; 
As the twilight gathers o'er us, 

We are one day nearer home. 



4. Nearer home, yes, one day nearer 
To our Father's house on high; 
To the green fields and the fountains 

Of the land beyond the sky : 
For the heavens grow brighter o'er us, 

And the lamps hang in the dome; 
And our tents are pitched still closer, 
For we're one day nearer home. 

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Earth's joys grow dim; its glories pass 

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Change and decay in all around I see; 
O Thou Who changest not, abide with me. 

3. I need Thy presence every passing hour : 
What but Thy grace can foil the tempter's 

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Who like Thyself my Guide and Stay can 

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Ills have no weight, and tears no bitterness; 
Where is death's sting? where, grave, thy 

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I triumph still, if Thou abide with me. 

. Hold Thou Thy cross before my closing 

eyes; 
Shine through the gloom and point me to 

the skies; 
Heaven's morning breaks and earth's vain 

shadows flee : 
In life, in death, O Lord, abide with me. 
Rev. Henry F, Lyte. 



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2. Open now the crystal fountain, 

Whence the healing waters flow; 
Let the fiery, cloudy pillar 

Lead me all my journey through. 

Strong Deliverer, 
Be Thou still my Strength and Shield. 

3. Feed me with Thy heavenly manna, 

In this barren wilderness; 
Be my Sword, and Shield, and Banner, 



Be my Robe of Righteousness: 

Fight and conquer 
All my foes by sovereign grace. 

4. When I tread the verge of Jordan, 
Bid my anxious fears subside; 
Bear me through the swelling current; 
Land me safe on Canaan's side: 

Songs of praises 
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1. My faith looks up to Thee, Thou Lamb of Cal-va- ry ; Sav-iour Di-vine. Now hear me 

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2. May Thy rich grace impart 
Strength to my fainting heart; 

My zeal inspire. 
As Thou hast died for me, 
O may my love to Thee 
Pure, warm, and changeless be,- 

A living fire. 

3. While life's dark maze I tread, 
And griefs around me spread, 

Be Thou my Guide. 
Bid darkness turn to day; 

555* PILOT 



Wipe sorrow's tears away, 
Nor let me ever stray 
From Thee aside. 

4. When ends life's transient dream, 

When death's cold, sullen stream 

Shall o'er me roll, 

Blest Saviour, then, in love, 

Fear and distrust remove; 

O bear me safe above, 

A ransomed soul. 

Rev. Ray Palmer. 

John E. Gould. 

D.C. 

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1. Jesus, Saviour, pilot me 
Over life's tempestuous sea; 
Unknown waves before me roll, 
Hiding rock and treacherous shoal; 
Chart and compass came from thee 
Jesus, Saviour, pilot me. 

2. As a mother stills her child, 
Thou canst hush the ocean wild; 
Boisterous waves obey Thy will 



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When Thou say'st to them, Be still! 
Wondrous Sovereign of the sea, 
Jesus, Saviour, pilot me. 

3. When at last I near the shore, 
And the fearful breakers roar 
'Twixt me and the peaceful rest, 
Then, while leaning on Thy breast, 
May I hear Thee say to me, 
Fear not, I will pilot thee! 

Rev. Edward Hopper. 



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556* ALBKIGHT, 10, 11, 10, 11. 



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And me in that number will Jesus receive; 
My soul, don't delay; He calls thee away; 
Rise, follow thy Saviour, and bless that 

glad day. 

3. No mortal doth know what He can bestow, 
What light, strength, and comfort — go 

after Him, go; 
Lo, onward I move to a city above, 
None guesses how wondrous my journey 

will prove. 

4. Great spoils I shall win from death, hell, 

and sin, 
'Midst outward afflictions shall feel Christ 

within: 
And when I'm to die, receive me, I'll cry, 
For Jesus hath loved me, I cannot tell why. 

5. But this I do find, we two are so joined, 
He'll not live in glory and leave me be- 
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So this is the race I'm running through 
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Henceforth, till admitted to see my Lord's 
face. J. Gambold. 

5 5 "7* S, M, See OLMUTZ, page 243. 

1. Your harps, ye trembling saints, 

Down from the willows take: 
Loud to the praise of love Divine 
Bid every string awake. 

2. Though in a foreign land, 

We are not far from home; 
And nearer to our house above 
We every moment come. 

3. His grace will to the end 

Stronger and brighter shine; 
Nor present things, nor things to come, 
Shall quench the spark Divine. 

4. Soon shall our doubts and fears 

Subside at His control; 
His loving-kindness shall break through 
The midnight of the soul. 

Rev. Augustus M. Toplady. 



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Swiftly thus our fleeting days 

Bear us down life's rapid stream; 
Upward, Lord, our spirits raise; 

All below is but a dream. 

559* OLMUTZ. S. M. 



Thanks for mercies past receive; 

Pardon for our sins renew; 
Teach us henceforth how to live 

With eternity in view: 
Bless Thy Word to young and old; 

Fill us with a Saviour's love; 
And, when life's short tale is told, 

May we reign with Thee above. 

Rev. John Newton. 
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2. A dark and cloudy day, — ■ 
Clouded by grief and sin; 
A host of enemies without, 
Distressing fears within. 



3. Lord, through another year, 
If Thou permit our stay, 
With diligence may we pursue 
The true and living way. 

Rev. Bejamin Beddome. 

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For the stores the gardens yield; 
For the fruits in full supply, 
Ripened 'neath the summer sky: 

3. Flocks that whiten all the plain; 
Yellow sheaves of ripened grain; 
Clouds that drop their fattening dews; 
Suns that temperate warmth diffuse: 

4. All that Spring with bounteous hand 
Scatters o'er the smiling land, 

All that liberal Autumn pours 
From her rich o'erflowing stores: 

5. These to Thee, my God, we owe, 
Source whence all our blessings flow; 
And for these my soul shall raise 
Grateful vows and solemn praise. 

6. Yet, should rising whirlwinds tear 
From its stem the ripening ear; 
Should the fig-tree's withered shoot 
Drop her green untimely fruit; 

7. Yet to Thee my soul should raise 
Grateful vows and solemn praise; 
And, when every blessing's flown, 
Love Thee for Thyself alone! 

Mrs. Anna L. Barbauld. 



562+ 7, 6, 7, 6, D. See WEBB, page 186. 

1. We plow the fields and scatter 

The good seed on the land, 
But it is fed and watered, 

By God's almighty hand; 
He sends the snow in Winter, 

The warmth to swell the grain, 
The breezes and the sunshine, 

And soft, refreshing rain. 

2. He only is the Maker 

Of all things near and far; 
He paints the wayside flower, 

He lights the evening star; 
The winds and waves obey Him; 

By Him the birds are fed; 
Much more to us, His children, 

He gives our daily bread. 

3. We thank Thee, then, O Father, 

For all things bright and good, 
The seed-time and the harvest, 

Our life, our health, our food; 
Accept the gifts we offer, 

For all Thy love imparts, 
And, what Thou most desirest, 

Our humble, thankful hearts. 

Matthias Claudius. 



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Thy goodness marked its secret birth, 
And sent the early rain. 

3. The spring's sweet influence was Thin 

The plants in beauty grew; 
Thou gav'st refulgent suns to shine, 
And the refreshing dew. 

4. These various mercies from above 

Matured the swelling grain; 
A kindly harvest crowns Thy love, 
And plenty fills the plain. 

5. We own and bless Thy gracious sway; 

Thy hand all nature hails: 
Seed-time nor harvest, night nor day, 
Summer nor winter, fails. 

Mrs. Alice Flowerdew. 

564* SILOAM. C. M, Page 196. 

1. When verdure clothes the fertile vale, 

And blossoms deck the spray, 
And fragrance breathes in every gale, 
How sweet the vernal day! 

2. Hark, how the feathered warblers sing! 

'T is nature's cheerful voice; 

Soft music hails the lovely spring, 

And woods and fields rejoice. 

3. O God of nature and of grace, 

Thy heavenly gifts impart; 



Then shall my meditation trace 
Spring, blooming in my heart. 

4. Inspired to praise, I then shall join 
Glad nature's cheerful song; 
e; And love and gratitude Divine 
Attune my joyful song. 



Anne Steele. 



565 + 

1. Thee we adore, eternal Name, 
And humbly own to Thee, 

How feeble is our mortal frame, 
What dying worms arc we. 

2. Our wasting lives grow shorter still, 
As days and months increase; 

And every beating pulse we tell, 
Leaves but the number less. 

3. The year rolls round and steals away 
The breath that first it gave; 

Whate'er we do, where'er we be, 
We're travelling to the grave. 

4. Infinite joy, or endless woe, 
Attends on every breath; 

And yet how unconcerned we go 
Upon the brink of death. 

5. Waken, O Lord, our drowsy sense 
To walk this dangerous road; 

And if our souls are hurried hence, 
May they be found with God. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

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3. Then what my thoughts design to do, 
My hands, with all your might pursue, 
Since no device nor work is found, 
Nor faith nor hope, beneath the ground. 

4. There are no acts of pardon passed 
In the cold grave to which we haste, 
But darkness, death and long despair 
Reign in eternal silence there. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 



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Beyond the reach of care and pain. 

Then let the hopes of joys to come 
Dispel our cares, and chase our fears: 

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How transient every earthly bliss! 
How slender all the fondest ties 
That bind us to a world like this! 

2. The evening cloud, the morning dew, 

The withering grass, the fading flower, 
Of earthly hopes are emblems true, — 
The glory of a passing hour. 

3. But though earth's fairest blossoms die, 

And all beneath the skies is vain, 



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, Through every age, eternal God, 
Thou art our Rest, our safe Abode; 
High was Thy throne, ere heaven was 

made, 
Or earth Thy humble footstool laid. 

Long hadst Thou reigned ere time began, 
Or dust was fashioned to a man; 
And long Thy kingdom shall endure, 
When earth and time shall be no more. 

Death, like an everflowing stream, 
Sweeps us away; life's but a dream; 
An empty tale; a morning flower, 
Cut down and withered in an hour. 

Teach us, O Lord, how frail is man; 
And kindly lengthen out our span, 
Till a wise care of piety 
Fit us to die, and dwell with Thee. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 



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With all they called their own? 
Their joys, and griefs, and hopes, and cares, 
And wealth and honor gone. 

3. God of our fathers, hear, 

Thou everlasting Friend, 
While we, as on life's utmost verge, 
Our souls to Thee commend. 

4. Of all the pious dead 

May we the footsteps trace, 
Till with them in the land of light 
We dwell before Thy face. 

Rev. Philip Doddridge. 

570* DUNBAR, S, M. Page 273. 

1. A few more years shall roll, 

A few more seasons come, 
And we shall be with those that rest 
Asleep within the tomb. 

2. A few more struggles here, 

A few more partings o'er, 
A few more toils, a few more tears, 
And we shall weep no more. 

3. A few more storms shall beat 

On this wild rocky shore, 
And we shall be where tempests cease, 
And surges swell no more. 



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Shall cheer us on our way, 
And we shall reach the endless rest, 
The eternal Sabbath-day. 

5. 'T is but a little while, 

And He shall come again 
Who died that we might live, who lives 
That we with Him may reign. 

Rev. Horatius Bonar. 

571* 7, 6, 7, 6, 7, 7, 7, 6, PENITENCE. Page 148. 

1. Time is winging us away 

To our eternal home; 
Life is but a winter's day, 

A journey to the tomb; 
Youth and vigor soon will rlee, 

Blooming beauty lose its charms; 
All that's mortal soon shall be 

Enclosed in death's cold arms. 

2. Time is winging us away, 

To our eternal home; 
Life is but a winter's day, 

A journey to the tomb; 
But the Christian shall enjoy 

Health and beauty soon above, 
Where no worldly griefs annoy, 

Secure in Jesus' love. John Burton. 



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To be for such a slumber meet! 
With holy confidence to sing 
That death has lost his cruel sting. 

3. Asleep in Jesus! peaceful rest, 
Whose waking is supremely blest; 
No fear, no woe, shall dim that hour 
Which manifests the Saviour's power. 

4. Asleep in Jesus! O for me 
May such a blissful refuge be; 
Securely shall my ashes lie, 
And wait the summons from on high. 

5. Asleep in Jesus! far from thee 
Thy kindred and their graves may be; 
But there is still a blessed sleep 
From which none ever wakes to weep. 

Mrs. Margaret Mackay. 

5 7 3 + FEDERAL STREET. L, M, Page 190. 

1. How blest the righteous when he dies, 

When sinks a weary soul to rest: 
How mildly beam the closing eyes, 

How gently heaves the expiring breast: 

2. So fades a summer cloud away; 

So sinks the gale when storms are o'er; 
So gently shuts the eye of day; 
So dies a wave along the shore. 

3. A holy quiet reigns around, — 

A calm which life nor death destroys; 



And naught disturbs that peace profound 
Which his unfettered soul enjoys. 

4. Farewell, conflicting hopes and fears, 
Where lights and shades alternate dwell! 

How bright the unchanging morn appears! 
Farewell, inconstant world, farewell! 

5. Life's labor done, as sinks the clay, 
Light from its load the spirit flies, 

While heaven and earth combine to say, 
How blest the righteous when he dies! 
Mrs. Anna L. Barbauld. 

574* HEBRON, L, M. Page 189. 

1. Why should we start, and fear to die? 
What timorous worms we mortals are! 

Death is the gate to endless joy, 
And yet we dread to enter there. 

2. The pains, the groans, the dying strife, 
Fright our approaching souls away; 

And we shrink back again to life, 
Fond of our prison and our clay. 

3. O would my Lord His servant meet, 
My soul would stretch its wings in haste, 

Fly fearless through death's iron gate, 
Nor feel the terrors as it passed. 

4. Jesus can make a dying bed 
Feel soft as downy pillows are, 

While on His breast I lean my head, 
And breathe my life out sweetly there. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

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575* ZEPHYR 



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Such is the Christian's parting hour; 

So peacefully he sinks to rest 
When faith, endued from heaven 



power, 
Sustains anil cheers his languid breast. 

3. Mark but that radiance of his eye, 

That smile upon his wasted cheek; 
They tell us of his glory nigh, 

In language that no tongue can' speak. 

4. A beam from heaven is sent to cheer 

The pilgrim on his gloomy road; 
And angels are attending near, 
To bear him to their bright abode. 

5. Who would not wish to die like those 

Whom God's Own Spirit deigns to bless? 
To sink into that soft repose, 

Then wake to perfect happiness? 

Rev. William Bathurst. 

5 70* BERA, L. M. Page 7. 

1. The grave is now a favored spot, 

To saints who sleep in Jesus blest; 
For there the wicked trouble not, 
And there the weary are at rest. 

2. At rest in Jesus' faithful arms; 

At rest as in a peaceful bed; 
Secure from all the dreadful storms, 

Which round thissinful world are spread. 



3. Thrice happy they who've gone before 

To that inheritance Divine; 
with They labor, sorrow, sigh no more, 

But bright in endless glory shine. 

4. Then let our mournful tears be dry, 
Or in a gentle measure flow; 

We hail them happy in the sky, 
And joyful wait our call to go. 

Rev. Samuel Medley. 

5 7 7* REST, L. M. Page 249. 

1. UNVAIL thy bosom, faithful tomb; 
Take this new treasure to thy trust; 

And give these sacred relics room 
To slumber in the silent dust. 

2. No pain, no grief, nor anxious fear 
Invade thy bounds; no mortal woes 

Can reach the peaceful sleeper here, 
While angels watch the soft repose. 

3. So Jesus slept; God's Own dear Son 
Passed through the grave, and blessed 

the bed; 
Rest here, blest saint, till from His throne 
Themorningbreak, and pierce theshade. 

4. Break from His throne, illustrious morn; 
Attend, O earth, His sovereign word; 

Restore thy trust: a glorious form 
Shall then ascend to meet the Lord. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 



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The eye long dimmed by tears, 
And wake, in glorious repose 
To spend eternal years. 

3. It is not death to bear 

The wrench that sets us free 
From dungeon chain, to breathe the air 
Of boundless liberty. 

4. It is not death to fling 

Aside this sinful dust, 
And rise, on strong exulting wing, 
To live among the just. 

5. Jesus, Thou Prince of Life, 

Thy chosen cannot die; 
Like Thee, they conquer in the strife, 
To reign with Thee on high. 

Rev. George W. Bethune. 

579 + STATE STREET. S, M, Page 190. 

i. Servant of God, well done; 
Rest from thy loved employ; 
The battle fought, the victory won, 
Enter thy Master's joy. 

2. The voice at midnight came; 

He started up to hear; 
A mortal arrow pierced his frame; 
He fell, but felt no fear. 

3. His spirit with a bound 

Left its encumbering clay; 



His tent, at sunrise, on the ground 
A darkened ruin lay. 

4. The pains of death are past, 

Labor and sorrow cease, 
And, life's long warfare closed at last, 
His soul is found in peace. 

5. Soldier of Christ, well done! 

Praise be thy new employ; 
And, while eternal ages run, 
Rest in thy Saviour's joy. 

James Montgomery. 

580* LISBON. S. M, Page 10. 
i. In expectation sweet, 

We wait, and sing, and pray, 
Till Christ's triumphal car we meet, 
And see an endless day. 

2. He comes! the Conqueror comes! 

Death falls beneath His sword; 
The joyful prisoners burst their tombs, 
And rise to meet their Lord. 

3. The trumpet sounds, Awake! 

Ye dead, to judgment come! 
The pillars of creation shake, 
While man receives his doom. 

4. Thrice happy morn for those 

Who love the ways of peace; 
No night of sorrow e'er shall close, 
Or shade their perfect bliss. 

Rev. Joseph Swain. 



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582* BEATITUDO 



And gladly wander up and down, 
And smile at toil and pain: 

4. I suffer on my threescore years, 
Till my Deliverer come, 
And wipe away His servant's tears, 
And take His exile home. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 



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1. Why do w r e mourn for dying friends, 

Or shake at death's alarms? 

'T is but the voice that Jesus sends, 

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2. Are we not tending upward too, 

As fast as time can move? 
Nor should we wish the hours more slow, 
To keep us from our love. 

3. Where should the dying members rest, 

But with their dying Head? 

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The graves of all His saints He blest, 
And softened every bed. 

Why should we tremble to convey 

Their bodies to the tomb? 
There once the flesh of Jesus lay; 

There hopes unfading bloom. 

Thence He arose, ascending high, 
And showed our feet the way; 

Up to the Lord our flesh shall fly, 
At the great rising-day. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 



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Soul, to its place on high! 
They that have seen thy look in death, 
No more may fear to die. 

3. Lone are the paths, and sad the bowers, 

Whence thy meek smile is gone; 
But O a brighter home than ours, 
In heaven is now thine own. 

Mrs. Felicia D. Hemans. 

584. BEATITUDO, 0, M, Page 252. 

1. Earth, with its dark and dreadful ills, 

Recedes and fades away; 
Lift up your heads, ye heavenly hills; 
Ye gates of death, give way. 

2. My soul is full of whispered song; 

My blindness is my sight; 
The shadows that I feared so long 
Are full of life and light. 

3. The while my pulses fainter beat, 

My faith doth so abound 
I feel firm ground beneath my feet, — 
The green, immortal ground. 

4. That faith to me a courage gives 

Low as the grave to go; 
I know that my Redeemer lives, 
That I shall live I know. 

5. The palace walls I almost see 

Where dwells my Lord, my King. 
O Grave, where is thy victory? 
O Death, where is thy sting? 

Miss Alice Cary. 



585. 

1. Another hand is beckoning us; 
Another call is given; 

And glows once more with angel steps 
The path that leads to heaven. 

2. Unto our Father's will alone 
One thought hath reconciled; 

That He Whose love exceedeth ours 
Hath taken home His child. 

3. Fold her, O Father, in Thine arms; 

And let her henceforth be 
A messenger of love between 
Our human hearts and Thee. 

4. Still let her mild rebukings stand 

Between us and the wrong, 
And her dear memory serve to make 
Our faith in goodness strong. 

John Greenleaf Whittier. 

586. 

1. We lay thee in the silent tomb, 

Sweet blossom of a day; 
We just began to view thy bloom; 
Now thou art called away. 

2. Friendship and love have done their last, 

And now can do no more; 

The bitterness of death is past, 

And all thy sufferings o'er. 

3. Thou minglest now in that bright throng 

Around the eternal throne; 
And join'st the everlasting song 
With those before thee gone. 

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That death should yield its ancient reign, 

And, vanquished, quit the field; 

Let faith exalt her joyful voice, 

.And now in triumph sing, 

( ) grave, where is thy victory? 

And where, O death, thy stinc;? 



3. Thy sting was sin, and conscious guilt; 
T was this that armed thy dart: 
The law gave sin its strength, and force, 
To pierce the sinner's heart. 
But God, Whose name be ever blest 
Disarms that foe we dread; 
And makes us conquerors, when we die, 
Through Christ our living Head. 

Rev. William Cameron. 



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589* S. M, See DETMOEE, page 254. 

1. When on the brink of death 

My trembling soul shall stand, 
Waiting to pass that awful flood, 
Great God, at Thy command, — 

2. When every scene of life 

Stands ready to depart, 
And the last sigh that shakes the frame 
Shall rend this bursting heart, — 

3. Thou Source of joy supreme, 

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Dispel the darkness that surrounds 
The entrance to the grave. 

4. Lay Thy supporting hand 

Beneath my sinking head; 
And with a ray of love Divine 
Illume my dying bed. 

5. Leaning on Jesus' breast, 

May I resign my breath; 
And in His kind embraces lose 
The bitterness of death. 

Rev. William B. Collyer. 



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591- 

1. Happy soul, thy days are ended, 

All thy mourning days below; 
Go, by angel guards attended, 

To the sight of Jesus go! 
Waiting to receive thy spirit, 

Lo! the Saviour stands above; 
Shows the purchase of His merit, 

Reaches out the crown of love. 

2. Struggle through thy latest passion, 

To thy great Redeemer's breast; 
To His uttermost salvation, 

To His everlasting rest. 
For the joy He sets before thee 

Bear a momentary pain; 
Die, to live a life of glory: 

Suffer, with thy Lord to reign. 

Rev. Charles Wesley. 



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593* 8, 7, 8, 7. See DORRNANCE, page 256. 

1. Jesus while our hearts are bleeding 

O'er the spoils that death has won, 
We would at this solemn meeting, 
Calmly say, "Thy will be done." 

2. Though cast down, we're not forsaken; 

Though afflicted, not alone; 
Thou didst give, and Thou hast taken; 
Blessed Lord, "Thy will be done." 



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Mercy still is on the throne; 
With Thy smiles of love returning, 
We can sing, "Thy will be done." 



4. By Thy hands the boon was given; 
Thou hast taken but Thine Own; 
Lord of earth, and God of heaven, 
Evermore, "Thy will be done." 

Dr. Thomas Hastings. 

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Whose sparks fly upward to expire. 

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Where parting is unknown; 
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Nor sink those stars in empty night; 
They hide themselves in heaven's own light. 
James Montgomery. 



596+ 6, 6, 6, 6, D, See JEWETT, page 130. 
1. Go to thy rest, dear child! 
Go to thy dreamless bed, 
Gentle, and meek, and mild, 

With blessings on thy head. 
Fresh roses in thy hand, 

Buds on thy pillow laid, 
Haste from this blighting land, 
Where flowers so quickly fade. 



Before thy heart could learn 

In waywardness to stray; 
Before thy feet could turn 

The dark and downward way; 
Ere sin could wound thy breast, 

Or sorrow wake the tear; 
Rise to thy home of rest, 

In yon celestial sphere. 

Mrs. Lydia H. Sigourney 



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Hark! from the Gospel's cheering sound 
What joyful tidings spread! 

4. Ye sinners, seek His grace, 

His wrath ye cannot bear; 

Fly to the shelter of His cross, 

And find salvation there. 

■Rev. Philip Doddridge. 



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598* ST, THOMAS, S, M. Page 2.30. 

1. Thou Judge of quick and dead, 

Before whose bar severe, 

With holy joy or guilty dread, 

We all shall soon appear; 

2. Our cautioned souls prepare 

For that tremendous day, 
And fill us now with watchful care, 
And stir us up to pray. 

3. O, may we thus be found 

Obedient to Thy Word, 
Attentive to the trumpet's sound, 
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Rev. eharles Wesley. 



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A weary man, and full of woes. 

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With wreath of flame, and robe of storm, 
On cherub-wings, and wings of wind, 
Anointed Judge of human kind. 

4. While sinners in despair shall call, 
Rocks, hide us! mountains, on us fall! 
The saints, ascending from the tomb, 
Shall sing for joy, The Lord is come. 

Bishop Reginald Heber. 



600. 

1. When a few swiftly fleeting years 

Of mortal life are passed away, 
I at the judgment must appear, 
And face the terrors of that day. 

2. How shall I stand before that throne? 

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If here I shrink His name to own, 
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1. Soon must I be to judgment brought 

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And every word I say. 

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For all that I have done. 

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For my behaviour here! 

4. Thou awful Judge of quick and dead, 

The watchful power bestow; 
So shall I to my ways take heed, 
To all I speak or do. 

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let me feel Thee near; 

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1 at Thy bar appear. 

eharles Wesley. Alt. 



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With songs on our lips and with harps in 
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To meet one another again. 

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Shout for gladness, O ye ransomed, 
Hail with joy the rising morn. 

5. Sing, O sing, ye heirs of glory; 

Shout your triumph as you go; 
Zion's gates will open for you, 

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less love. Rev. Frederick W. Faber. 



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That heavenly mansion mine shall be. 

3. While here, a stranger far from home, 
Affliction's waves may round me foam. 
Although, like Lazarus, sick and poor, 
My heavenly mansion is secure. 

4. Let others seek a home below, 
Which flames devour, or waves o'erflow, 
Be mine the happier lot to own 

A heavenly mansion near the throne. 

5. Then fail the earth; let stars decline; 
And sun and moon refuse to shine; 
All nature sink and cease to be; 
That heavenly mansion stands for me. 

Rev. William (Hunter. 



610. 

1. There is a land mine eye hath seen 

In visions of enraptured thought, 
So bright, that all which spreads between 
Is with its radiant glories fraught. 

2. A land upon whose blissful shore 

There rests no shadow, falls no stain; 
There those who meet shall part no more, 
And those long parted meet again. 

3. Its skies are not like earthly skies, 

With varying hues of shade and light; 
It hath no need of suns to rise 
To dissipate the gloom of night. 

4. There sweeps no desolating wind 

Across that calm, serene abode; 
The wanderer there a home may find 
Within the paradise of God. 

Gurdon Robins. 



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611* WOODLAND. C. M, 



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2. There is a home for weary souls 

■ By sin and sorrow driven, 
When tossed on life's tempestuous shoals, 
When storms arise and ocean rolls, 
And all is drear but heaven. 

3. There faith lifts up her cheerful eye, 

To brighter prospects given, 
And views the tempest passing by, 
The evening shadows quickly fly, 

And all serene in heaven. 

4. There fragrant flowers immortal bloom, 

And joys supreme are given; 
There rays Divine disperse the gloom; 
Beyond the confines of the tomb 

Appears the dawn of heaven. 

Rev. William B. Tappan. 

612* CHELMSFORD, CM, Page 246. 

1. There is a house not made with hands, 

Eternal, and on high; 
And here my spirit waiting stands, 
Till God shall bid it fly. 

2. Shortly this prison of my clay 

Must be dissolved and fall: 

Then, O my soul, with joy obey 

Thy heavenly Father's call. 

3. We walk by faith of joys to come; 

Faith lives upon His Word; 



But while the body is our home, 
We're absent from the Lord. 

4. 'T is pleasant to believe Thy grace, 
But we had rather see; 
We would be absent from the flesh, 
And present, Lord, with Thee. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 

613+ PETERBOROUGH. CM, Page 226. 

1. There is a fold whence none can stray, 

And pastures ever green, 
Where sultry sun, or stormy day, 
Or night is never seen. 

2. Far up the everlasting hills, 

In God's own light, it lies; 
His smile its vast dimension fills 
With joy that never dies. 

3. One narrow vale, one darksome wave, 

Divides that land from this. 
I have a Shepherd pledged to save 
And bear me home to bliss. 

4. Soon at His feet my soul will lie 

In life'e last struggling breath; 
But I shall only seem to die, 
I shall not taste of death. 

5. Far from this guilty world to be 

Exempt from toil and strife, 
To spend eternity with Thee, 
My Saviour, this is life. 



Bishop John East. 



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Sweet fields arrayed in living green, 
And rivers of delight! 

3. There generous fruits that never fail 

On trees immortal grow; 
There rock and hill and brook and vale 
With milk and honey flow. 

4. All o'er those wide extended plains 

Shines one eternal day; 
There God the Son forever reigns, 
And scatters night away. 

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When shall I see my Father's face, 
And in His bosom rest? 

7. Filled with delight, my raptured soul 

Would here no longer stay; 
Though Jordan's waves around me roll, 
Fearless Fd launch away. 

8. There on those high and flowery plains, 

Our spirits ne'er shall tire; 
But, in perpetual joyful strains, 
Redeeming love admire. 

Rev. Samuel Stennett. 



015* CM, See GABRIEL, page 271. 

1. Give me the wings of faith to rise 

Within the veil, and see 
The saints above, how great their joys, 
How bright their glories be. 

2. Once they were mourning here below, 

And wet their couch with tears; 

They wrestled hard, as we do now, 

With sins and doubts and fears. 

3. I ask them, whence their victory came; 

Thev, with united breath, 



Ascribe their conquest to the Lamb, 
Their triumph to His death. 

4. They marked the footsteps that He trod; 

His zeal inspired their breast; 
And following their incarnate God, 
Possess the promised rest. 

5. Our glorious Leader claims our praise, 

For His Own pattern given, 
While the long cloud of witnesses 
Show the same path to heaven. 

Rev. Isaac Watts. 



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HEAVEN. 



616* VARINA, 0. M, D. 



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Stand dressed in living green; 
So to the Jews old Canaan stood, 

While Jordan rolled between. 
But timorous mortals start and shrink 

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And see the Canaan that we love 

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Could we but climb where Moses stood 

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walls 
And pearly gates behold? 
Thy bulwarks with salvation strong, 
And streets of shining gold? 

3. when, thou city of my God, 

Shall I Thy courts ascend, 
Where congregations ne'er break up, 
And Sabbath has no end? 

4. There happier bowers than Eden's bloom 

No sin or sorrow know: 
Blest seats ! through rude and stormy scenes 
I onward press to you. 

5. Jerusalem, my happy home, 

My soul still pants for thee; 
Soon shall my labors have an end, 
And I Thy joy shall see. Anon. 

618* BEATITUDO. CM. Page 252. 

1. Far from these narrow scenes of night 

Unbounded glories rise, 
And realms of infinite delight, 
Unknown to mortal eyes. 

2. Fair distant land, could mortal eyes 

But half its charms explore, 
How would our spirits long to rise 
And dwell on earth no more, 



3. No cloud those blissful regions know, 

Realms ever bright and fair; 
For sin, the source of mortal woe, 
Can never enter there. 

4. O may the heavenly prospect fire 

Our hearts with ardent love, 
Till wings of faith and strong desire 
Bear every thought above. 

Anne Steele. 

619* BROWN. CM. Page no. 

1. O Land of rest, for thee I sigh. 

When will the moment come, 

When I shall lay my armor by, 

And dwell in peace at home? 

2. No tranquil joys on' earth I know, 

No peaceful sheltering dome; 
This world's a wilderness of woe; 
This world is not my home. 

3. When, by affliction sharply tried, 

I view the gaping tomb, 
Although I dread death's chilling tide, 
Yet still I sigh for home. 

4. Weary of wandering round and round 

This vale of sin and gloom, 
I long to quit the unhallowed ground, 
And dwell with Christ at home. Anon. 



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3. My Saviour's precious blood 

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He passed through death's dark raging 
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4. The Comforter has come, 

The earnest has been given; 
He leads me onward to the home, 
Reserved for me in heaven. 

Henry Bennett. 



621* STATE STREET. S, 



Page 230. 



1. Come sing to me of heaven 
When I'm about to die; 
Sing songs of holy ecstasy, 
To waft my soul on high. 

2. When the last moments come, 
Oh, watch my dying face, 

To catch the bright seraphic glow 
Which in each feature plays. 

3. Then to my raptured ear 
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And greet me first in heaven. 

4. When round my senseless clay 
Assemble those I love, 
Then sing of heaven, delightful heaven, 
My glorious home above. Anon. 

622* KENTUCKY. S. M, Page 248. ' 

1. There is no night in heaven; 

In that blest world above 
Work never can bring weariness, 
For work itself is love. 

2. There is no grief in heaven; 

For life is one glad day, 
And tears are of- those former things 
Which all have passed away. 

3. There is no sin in heaven; 

Behold that blessed throng, 
All holy in their spotless robes, 
All holy in their song. 

4. There is no death in heaven; 

For they who gain that shore 
Have won their immortality, 
And they can die no more. 

Francis M. Knollis. 



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What ringing of a thousand harps 

Bespeaks the triumph nigh! 
O day for which creation 

And all its tribes were made; 
O joy, for all its former woes 

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Orphans no longer fatherless, 

Nor widows desolate. 

Rev. Henry Alford. 

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I shall be glorified; 

Heaven is my home. 
There are the good and blest, 
Those I love most and best; 
And there I, too, shall rest; 

Heaven is my home. 

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Not a sigh for the blessing of rest. 

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For the glorious gift of His love, 
And the blessings that hallow our days. 

4. We shall rest on that beautiful shore, 



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In the. joys of the saved we shall share; 
All our pilgrimage toil will be o'er, 
And the conqueror's crown we shall 
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In the land where the saved never die; 
We shall rest free from sorrow and pain, 
Safe at home in the sweet by and by. 
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There are the fields of living green; 
Mansions of beauty are provided, 

And the King of the saints is seen. 
Soon my conflicts and toils will be ended; 

I shall join those who've passed on be- 
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I must press on and meet them once 
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Faith now beholds the flowing river, 

Coming from underneath the throne; 
There, too, the Saviour reigns forever, 

And He'll welcome the faithful home. 
Would you sit by the banks of the river, 

With the friends you have loved by your 
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Would you join in the song of the angels? 

Then be ready to follow your Guide. 
J. W. Dadmun. 



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627* WATCHMAN. 7, 7, 7, 7, D. 

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Washed their robes by faith below 
In the blood of yonder Lamb, — 

Blood that washes white as snow. 
Therefore are they next the throne, 

Serve their Maker day and night; 
God resides among His Own, 

God doth in His saints delight. 



3. He Who on the throne doth reign 
Them shall always richly feed; 
With the tree of life sustain; 

To the living fountains lead; 
He shall all their sorrows chase, 

All their wants at once remove; 
Wipe the tears from every face; 
Fill up every soul with love. 

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There is a land of peace, 

Good angels know it well; 
Glad songs that never cease 

Within its portals swell; 
Around its glorious throne 

Ten thousand saints adore 
Christ, with the Father One 

And Spirit, evermore. 

, O joy all joys beyond, 

To see the Lamb Who died, 
And count each sacred wound 

In hands and feet and side; 



To give to Him the praise 

Of every triumph won, 
And sing through endless days 

The great things He hath done. 

4. Look up, ye saints of God, 

Nor fear to tread below 
The path your Saviour trod 

Of daily toil and woe; 
Wait but a little while 

In uncomplaining love, 
His Own most gracious smile 

Shall welcome you above. 

Rev. Sir Henry W. Baker. 



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5. Whate'er Thou deniest, O give me Thy 

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The Spirit's sure witness, and smiles of 

Thy face; 

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a lome - And in Thy dear image arise from the 

4. While here in the valley of conflict I stay, tomb, 

O give me submission and strength as my With glorified millions, to praise Thee at 

day; home. T*ev. David Denham. 

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2. Sweet bonds that unite all the children of 

peace ! 
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Though oft from Thy presence in sadness 

I roam, 
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3. I long from this body of clay to be free, 
Which hinders my joy and communion 

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Beyond the waking and the sleeping, | 
Beyond the sowing and the reaping, | 

I shall be soon. || 
Ref. — Love, rest and home ! Sweet home ! 

Lord, tarry not, but come. 

2. Beyond the blooming and the fading, | 

I shall be soon; || 
Beyond the shining and the shading, | 
Beyond the hoping and the dreading, | 

I shall be soon. || 

3. Beyond the rising and the setting, | 

I shall be soon; || 

WALTER. 7, 7, 7, 7. See Hymn No, 236, 



Beyond the calming and the fretting, | 
Beyond remembering and forgetting, | 
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4. Beyond the parting and the meeting, | 

I shall be soon; || 
Beyond the farewell and the greeting, | 
Beyond the pulse's fever beating, | 

I shall be soon. || 

5. Beyond the frost-chain and the fever, | 

I shall be soon; || 
Beyond the rock-waste and the river, | 
Beyond the ever and the never, | 

I shall be soon. || 

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CREATION, L. M. D. See Hymn 78. 



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MOUNT VERNON, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7. See Hymn 296. 



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RHINELAND, L, M, D, See Hymn 468. 




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HARWELL, 8, 7, 8, 7, D, See Hymn 362. 

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JASPER. 6, 6, 6, 6, D. Hymn 



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Thou that sittest at the right hand of | God the | Father || have mercy | upon | us. 




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PRAISE the Lord, | my | soul || and all that is with/// me | praise His | holy | Name. 

Praise the Lord, | my | soul || and for | get not | all His | benefits; 

Who for^zVeth | all thy | sin || and healeth all \ thine in | firmi | ties; 

Who saveth thy life | from de | struction || and crowneth thee with | mercy ' and | loving | 

kindness. 
O praise tin- Lord, ye angels of His * ye that ex | eel in | strength || ye that fulfill His 

commandment * and hearken un | to the | voice ■ of His | Word. 
O praise the Lord, all | ye His | hosts || ye servants of | His that | do His | pleasure. 
Glory be to the Father, | and ' to the | Son j| and | to the | Holy | Ghost: 
As it was in the beginning * is now, and | ever | shall be || world | without | end. Amen. 



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Let us come before His presence, with | thanks ■ = | giving || And show ourselves | glad 

in | Him with | psalms. 
For the Lord is a | great ■ = | God || And a. great | King a | bove all | gods. 
In His hands are all the corners | of the | earth |j And the strength of the | hills is | His " = | 

also. 
The sea is His | and He | made it || And His hands pre | pared ■ the | dry ■ = | land. 
come, let us worship | and fall | down || And kneelbe | fore the | Lord our | Maker. 
For He is the | Lord our | God || And we are the people of His pasture * and the | 

sheep " = | of His | hand. 
O worship the Lord in the | beauty ' of | holiness || Let the whole earth | stand in | awe 

of | Him. 
t For He cometh * for He co/n&ih to | judge the | earth || And with righteousness to judge 

the world* and the | people | with His | truth. 

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Thy will be done on | eartrras it | is in | heaven; 

2. Give us this | day our | daily | bread; || and forgive us our trespasses, as we iorgive | 

them that | trespass'a- | gainst us. 

3. And lead us not into temptation, but de- | liver | us from | evil; || for Thine is the king- 

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O teach me from my \ heart to | say, 
Thy I will be | done! 



2. Though dark my path, and | sad my | lot, 
Let me be still, and | murmur | not, 

And breathe the prayer Di- | vinely | 
taught, 
Thy I will be | done! 

3. What though in lonely | grief I | sigh 
For friends beloved, no | longer | nigh! 
Submissive still would | I re- | ply, 

Thy I will be | done! 



Though Thou hast called me \ to re- I sign 
What most I prized, it j ne'er was | mine: 
I have but yields | what was | Thine; 
Thy j will be | done! 

Let but my faintz/z^ | heart be | blest 
With Thy sweet Spirz'/ | for its | guest, 
My God, to Thee I | leave the | rest: 
Thy I will be | done! 

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Blend it with Thine, and | take a- | way 
All that now makes it \ hard to | say, 
Thy I will be | done! 

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Verses f-ij & 24-29. 



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We praise | Thee | God || we acknowledge | Thee to | be the | Lord. 
All the earth doth | worship | Thee || the | Father | ever | lasting. 
To Thee all <?/Vgels | cry a | loud || the heavens, and | all the | powers there | in. 
To Thee cheru/w;/ and | sera | phim || con | tinual | ly do | cry, 
Ho\\ I Holy I Holy || Lord | God of | Saba | oth; 

Heaven and earth are full of the | majes | ty || of\ Thy ■ = | glo ' = | ry. 
The glorious company | of ■ the a | postles || praise | = ■ = | = ' = | Thee. 
The goodly ^/lowship | of the | prophets || praise | = • = | = • = | Thee. 
The ;/<?ble | army ' of | martyrs [| praise | = ■ = | = ■ = | Thee. 

The holy Church throughout | all the | world || doth ac | knowl ■ = | edge ' = | Thee; 
The I Fa • = J ther || of an | infi " nite | majes | ty; 
Thine a | dora ■ ble | true || and | on * = | ly * = j Son; 
Afco the I Holy | Ghost || the | Com ■ = | fort ■ = | er. 
Thou I art the | King || of\ Glory | O ' — | Christ. 
Thou art the ever | lasting | Son || of\ — ■ the | Fa • = | ther. 

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When Thou tookest upon Thee to de | liver | man || Thou didst humble Thyself to 

be I born ■ = | of a | Virgin. * 

When Thou hadst overcome the | sharpness ' of | death || Thou didst open the king- 

dom of I heaven ' to | all be | lievers. 
Thou sittest at the right | hand of | God || in the | glory | of the | Father. 
We believe that | Thou shalt | come || to | be ' = | our ■ = | Judge. 
We therefore pray Thee | help Thy | servants || whom Thou hast redeemed \ with 

Thy I precious | blood. 
Make them to be ;///;//bered | with Thy | saints || in \ glory | ever | lasting. 
Lord j save Thy | people || and \ bless Thine | herit | age. 
Gov I = ' ern | them || and \ lift them | up for | ever. 

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Day I by ' = I day || we \ magni | fy ' = | Thee; 
.hid we I worship ■ Thy | Name || r?'er | world with | out ■ = | end. 
Vouch j safe O | Lord || to keep us this | day with | out ' = | sin. 
O Lord have \ mercy ' up | on us || have \ mercy ' up | on ' = | us. 
O Lord let Thy meres \ be up | on us || as our | trust " = | is in | Thee. 
O Lord in Thee \ have I | trusted || let rne | never | be con | founded. 

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Of Thy wondrous forgiveness of sin, 'Tis a foretaste and earnest of heaven, 

Of the gladness that springs from Thy And it fills with contentment and rapture 

love's sweet control, the hours 

And Thy presence and power within. That to me Thou hast graciously given. 

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With rapturous awe adore their King, 
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6. Then shall we know as we are known, 
And in that world above 
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His everlasting love. 



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The Mizpah Farewell Greeting. 



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3. Go we east or west a - sun - der, What the sky we may lie un - der, 




With new zeal for ser - vice burn - ing, Friend of friends, Thou, Je- sus, art! 

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For the favor He shows, 
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5. Then in fellowship sweet 
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What He says we will do, 
W'here He sends we will go, 

Never fear, only trust and obey. 



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Wonderful Peace. 



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Pressing on together to the glory-land ! 
Send abroad the tidings, bear the news along, 
Heralding salvation in triumphant song. 

5. By and by we'll gather ripe and golden 

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Bring them in the garner, golden fruit, not 

leaves, 
And with countless nations, nocking home to 

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Follow in the footsteps which our Master 

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' T is so Sweet to Trust in Jesus. 



Mrs. Louisa M. R. Stead 



W'M. J. KlRKPATRICK. 




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l'. how sweet to trust in Je-sus, .lust to trust His cleansing blood; Just in sim - pie 
3. Yes, 'tis sweet to trust in Je-sus, Justfrom sin ami self to cease; Just from Je-sus 
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sim -ply tak-ing Life and rest, and joy and peace. 
Thou art with me, "Wilt be with me to the end. 




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Softly and Tenderly. 



Will L. Thompson. 
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Will L. Thompson. 






1. Soft - ly and ten-dcr-ly Je-sus is call-ing, Call-ing for you and for me. 

2. Why should we tar - ry when Je - sus isplead-ing, Plead-ing for you and for me? 

3. Time is now fleet - ing, the moments are pass-ing, Pass - ing from you and from me; 

4. O for the won-der - fullove He has promised, Prom-ised for you and for me; 






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Shad-ows are gath-er-ing, death beds are com- ing, Com-ing for you and for me. 

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To Thee I Come. 



J. E. Gould. 




1. Je-sus, I come to Thee for light, Re -store to me myblind-ed sight, And 

2. Je-sus, I come, I can -not stay From Thee an - oth - er pre- cious clay; I 

3. Je - sus, I come just as I am, To Thee the ho - ly, spot-less Lamb; Thou 







from my soul dis-pel the night, Jesus, to Thee I come! 

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Je-sus, to Thee I come! 
Je-sus, to Thee I come! 
Je-sus, to Thee I come ! 




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Follow all the Way. 



Rev. E. A. Hoffman. 



Arr. by Ira Orwig Hoffman. 




1. I can hear my Sav-iour eall-ing, 

2. Though the way be dark and drea-ry, 

3. Je - sus, ev - er go be - fore me, 
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Heavenly manna daily feed me; 
Every hour, dear Lord, I need Thee 
As I follow, follow all the way. 



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In Thy arms of love enfold me, 
And with Thine Own grace uphold me 
As I follow, follow all the way. 



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The Banner of the Cross. 




James McGranahan. 



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l'. Thoughthe foe may rage and gath - er as the flood, Let the stan-dard be dis- 

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El, Nathan. 



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/Nearer the Cross. 



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The Child of a King. 




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Glory to His /Name. 



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Mrs. Mary D. James. 



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3. O let the fire, descen-ding Just now up -on my soul, Consume my humble 

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The Haven of Rest. 



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4. How precious the thought that we all may 5. O come to the Saviour, He patiently waits 

Like John the beloved and blest, [recline, To save bv His power Divine; 

On Jesus' strong arm, where no tempest Come, anchor your soul in the Haven of 

can harm, — Rest, 

Secure in the Haven of "Rest! And say, My Beloved is mine. 



661. 

Rev. E. A. Hoffman. 



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2. O won-der-ful saT - va - tion! From sin He makes me free! I have the sweet assur-ance, 

3. blood of Christ so precious, Poured out 011 Cal-va - ry! I feel its cleansing pow-er, 

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Are you Washed in the Blood? 



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The Comforter Has Come. 




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tongue of mine sky, 

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grace Divine — In strains of endless love, the song that 

That I, a child of hell, should in His image ne'er will die; 

The Comforter has come ! [shine ? The Comforter has come ! 



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Dr. H. R. Palmer. 




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2. We fol -low where He lead - eth— We pas - ture where He feed - eth— We 

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Work, for the Might is Coming. 



Annie L. Walker. 



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2. Work, for the night is coming, 
Work through the sunny noon; 
Fill brightest hours with labor, 
Rest conies sure and soon, 
Give every flying minute 
Something to keep in store; 
Work, for the night is coming, 
When man works no more. 



3. Work, for the night is coming, 
Under the sunset skies; 
While their bright tints are glowing, 
Work for daylight flies. 
Work till the last beam fadeth, 
Fadeth to shine no more; 
Work while the night is darkening, 
When man's work is o'er. 



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Glory to God, Hallelujah ! 



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Sweet Peace, the Gift of God's Love. 



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Blessed Moments of Prayer. 



Rev. Edwin L Watts. 



Rev. E. A. Hoffman. 







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To min - gle love, and prayer, and praise To Him Who crowns with joy our days ! 
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Shall I Be Saved To-night? 



Fanny J. Crosby. 



Mrs M. E. Willson. 

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2. Jr - sus wasnailed t<» the cross for me, Shall I lie saved to-night? 

3. Je - sus isknock-ing at my poor heart, Shall I be saved to-night? 

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I been meek without pretence? Have I His ho - ly laws o-beyed, And for His loving 
glo-ry of Emmanuel's name? And has that bliss to me been given, Of winning souls for 
still in faith I will pursue, And through my life my aim shall be, To work for Him Who 

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3. There we'll meet our loved ones gone be- for< — < >ne by one we'll all be gath- ered home, — 

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['.(•[/ by per. A.J. Showalter. owner of copyright. 



Is /Not This the Land of Beulah? 



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1. I am dwelling on the mountain, Where the golden sunlight gleams O'er a land whose wondrous 
"2. I can see far down the mountain. Where I wandered wea - ry years, Often hindered in my 
3. lam drinking at that fountain, Where I ev -er would a-bide; For I've tast-ed life'spure 
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beau-ty Far exceeds my fondest dreams; Where the air is pure, e- the -real, La -den 
jour-ney By the ghosts of doubts and fears, Bro-ken vows and dis- ap-pointments Thick -ly 
riv - er, And my soul is sat - is-fied; There's no thirsting for life's pleasures, Nor a- 




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with the breath of flowers, They are blooming by the fountain, 'Neath the amaranthine bowers, 
sprinkled all the way, But theSpir-it led, un-err- ing, To thelandlhold to-day. 
dorn-ing, rich and gay, For I've found a rich-er treasure, One that fad-eth not a-way. 



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Tell me not of heavy crosses, 

Nor the burdens hard to bear, 
For I've found this great salvation 

Makes each burden light appear; 
And I love to follow Jesus, 

Gladly counting all but dross, 
Worldly honors all forsaking 

For the glory of the cross. 



5. O the cross has wondrous glory! 

Oft I've proved this to be true; 
When I'm in the way so narrow, 

I can see a pathway through; 
And how sweetly Jesus whispers: 

Take the cross, thou needest not fear, 
For I've tried the way before thee, 

And the glory lingers near. 



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He is Calling. 

See Hymn No, 83, 



Arr. by S. J. Vail. 



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M. S. S. 



Behold, What Love 



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God be With Cjou. 



Rev. J. E. Rankin, D. D. 



W. G. Tomer. 




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2. God be with you till we meet a- gain, 'Neath His wings pro-tect-ing hide you, 

3. God be with you till we meet a - gain, When life's per - ils thick confound you, 

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Put His arms un - fail - ing round you, God be with you till we meet a - gain. 

Smite death's threatening wave before you, God be with you till we meet a - gain. 



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The Very Same Jesus. 



L. H. Edmunds. 



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will - ow's sun. The ver - y same Je - sus. 

tudes He fed, The ver - y same Je - sus. 

lov - ing tears, The ver - y same Je - sus. 

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5. Calm 'midst the waves of trouble be, 
He's just the same Jesus 
As when He hushed the raging sea, 
The very same Jesus. 



6. Some day our raptured eyes shall see 
He's just the same Jesus; 
O blessed day for you and me ! 
The very same Jesus. 



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There's a Great Day Coming. 



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But itsbright-ness shall on - ly come to those who love the Lord; Are you 

When the sin - ner shall hear his doom, "de-part, I know ye not;" Are you 

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1. We praise Thee, God ! for the Son of Thy love, For Je-sus Who died and is now gone above. 
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Who has shown us our Saviour and scattered our night. 

3. All glory and praise to the Lamb That was slain, 

Who has borne all our sins, and has cleansed every stain. 

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681. 



Move Forward 



G. W, Crofts. 

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Sinner, Jesus Loves CJou. 



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1. Sin-ner, Je-sus loves you, Sto - ry old and new; 

2. Je-sus, Friend of sin- ners. In the gar -den knew 

3. On the cross of Cal-vary Your Redeem-er view; 



Follow Him nor count the cost, 
Ag - o-ny and blood-y sweat, 
Pierced hand and bleeding side 




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4. Life He freely offered; 
More He could not do; 
Full atonement Jesus made, 
And all for love of you. 



5. At your heart He standeth, 
Knocketh, pleadeth, too;' 
Patiently He waiteth there, 
And all for love of you. 



683. 



He Game to Save Me. 




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He came to save me. 

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He came to save me ; 
To Him my heart looks up and sings, 
He came to save me. 



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Christ is All. 



\V A. Williams. 

May be sung as a Solo and Chorus. 



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Midst want and perils owned no fear, 

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685* 



Is My Name Written There? 



Mrs. Mary A. Kidder. 



Frank M. Davis. 




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686. 

Rev. E. A. Hoffman. 



Must Tell Jesus. 



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687. 



Hiding in the Rock. 



Rev. H. B. Hartzler. 



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His name we will de 

For God and every land we labor 

In His dear name, 
Seeing in every man a neighbor 

Whom for our Lord we claim. 
Work while 'tis day, the Master calleth, 

Night soon will come; 
If at his post the servant falleth, 

His Lord will take him home. 



Soon will the weary march be ended, 

Soon shall we rest; 
With loved ones shall our songsbeblended, 

With loved immortals blest. 
Transporting is the Christian's prospect, 

As night comes on; 
We trust for strength in Christ's upholding, 

And thus our race we run. 



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689. 



Shall We Find Them at the Portals? 



To llic- Memory of Walter N. Rankin 

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Standing on the Promises. 



Kelso Carter. 




Copyright, iS'So, by John J. Hood. 



4. Standing on the promises of Christ the Lord, 
Bound to Him eternallyby love's strong cord, 
Overcoming daily with the Spirit's sword, 
Standing on the promises of God. 



5. Standing on the promises I cannot fall, 
Listening every moment to the Spirit's call, 
Resting in my Saviour, as my All in all, 
Standing on the promises of God. 



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The Saviour is Coming. 



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G. W. Crofts. 

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man-sions e - ter-nalmorelove-ly than day That now in His glo - ry ap - pear. 

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345 



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Lift Me Higher. 



S. V. R. Ford. 



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Ps. XXIII. 



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694. 



A Sinner Like Me. 




C. J. Butler. 



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2. I wan - dered on in the dark-ness, Not a raj 7 of light could I see; 

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That was speaking so kindly to me, 
I cried, I'm the chief of sinners, 
Thou canst save a poor sinner like me. 

5. 1 then fully trusted in Jesus, 

And O what a joy came to me; 
My heart was filled with His praises, 
For saving a sinner like me. 



6. No longer in darkness I'm walking, 

For the light is now shining on me, 
And now unto others I'm telling 

How He saved a poor sinner like me. 

7. And when life's journey is over, 

And I the dear Saviour shall see, 
I'll praise Him forever and ever 
For saving a sinner like me. 



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095. 

Rev. U. F. Swengel. 



The Voice of the Blood. 



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696* ANGELS HOVERING ROUND, 



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There are angels hovering round, 
There are angels, angels hovering round. 



2. They will carry the tidings home, etc. 

3. To the New Jerusalem, etc. 

4. Poor sinners are coming home, etc. 

5. And Jesus bids them come, etc.* 

6. There's glory all around, etc. 
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Lead Me, Saviour. 



Frank M. Davis. 



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Rev. H. B. Hartzler. 



My Precious Bible. 



E. S. Lorenz. 



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3. 'Tisthevoice of a friend for-ev - er near me, In thetoil and the bat- tie here be-low, 

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In the gloom of the val-leyit will cheer me, Till theglo - ry of His kingdom I shall know. 
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699. 

H. E. Jones. 



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To feel the blood applied; 
And Jesus, only Jesus, know, 
My Jesus crucified. 



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6. May we, Lord, be now entirely Thine, 
Daily from sin be kept by power Divine, 
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Silent Night! Holy Night! 
Shepherds quake at the sight ! 
Glories stream from heaven afar 
Heavenly hosts sing Alleluia, 
Christ the Saviour is born. 



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Son of God, love's pure light 
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With the dawn of redeeming grace, 
Jesus, Lord, at Thy birth. 



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The Blood is All My Plea. 



Rev. F. C. Baker. 



E. F. Miller. 




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2. Must I go on in sin and sorrow, To-day in sunshine, clouds to-morrow ? 

3. With anguish wrung, I cried, My Lord, Is there not power in Je - sus' blood To 




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4. O yes, His love will take me in, 

The blood will cleanse me from all sin, 
Will wash away my guilty stains, 
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5. And there I stand this very hour, 
Kept by Almighty keeping power; 
Temptations come, the blood's my plea, 
The precious blood now cleanses me. 



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4. How great that Father's love must be, 
How fond His yearnings after thee, 
That He should say so tenderly, 
"My son, give me thy heart." 

5. How patient hath His Spirit been, 
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The Man of Galilee. 



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1. A wondrous boon to man is given, A gift of priceless worth, God'son - ly Sun, the 

2. He came to break the liv - ing bread To starving bu - man kind; To cleanse the lep - er, 

3. He came to show the heart of God, To give the wea - ry rest; And paths of deep - est 

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1. "I know that my Redeemer lives:" 
What comfort this sweet sentence gives, 
He lives, He lives, Who once was dead, 
He lives, my everlasting Head. 

2. He lives to bless me with His love, 
He lives to plead for me above, 
He lives my hungry soul to feed, 
He lives to help in time of need. 

3. He lives to silence all my fears, 

He lives to stoop and wipe my tears, 



He lives to calm my troubled heart, 
He lives all blessings to impart. 

He lives my kind, my faithful Friend, 
He lives and loves me to the end, 
He lives, and while He lives, I'll sing, 
He lives, my Prophet, Priest, and King. 

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O the sweet joy this sentence gives, 
"I know that my Redeemer lives." 

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4. Tip His mercy seat I hasten when oppressed, 
Fur with Jesus there is perfect peace and rest; 
So I take to Him in prayer every anxious 

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5. 1 am looking unto Jesus every hour, 

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i. My latest sun is sinking fast, 
My race is nearly run; 
My strongest trials now are past, 
My triumph is begun. 

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Come, and around me stand; 
O bear me away on your snowy wings 
To mv immortal home. 



2. I know I'm nearing the holy ranks, 

Of friends and kindred dear, 
For I brush the dews on Jordan's banks, 
The crossing must be near. 

3. I've almost gained my heavenly home, 

My spirit loudly sings; 
The holy ones, behold they come ! 
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1. I'm glad that I was born to die; 
From grief and woe my soul shall fly; 
Bright angels shall convey me home, 
Away to the new Jerusalem. 

2. I have some friends before me gone, 
And I'm resolved to follow on; 
They're happy round my Father's throne; 
They're looking out for me to come. 



3. I hope to meet my brethren there 
Who used to join with me in prayer; 
If you get there before I do, 

Look out for me, I'm coming too. 

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I hope to praise Him after death; 

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Sing on, pray on, we're gaining ground, 

Oh, glory hallelujah I 
The power of God is coming down, 

Oh, glory hallelujah ! 

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I've given my heart to Jesus, 
Happy am I ! Happy am I ! 

I've given my heart to Jesus, 
Happy am I to-day. 

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We are passing away, 
||:We are passing a\vay:|| 
To the great judgment day. 
(See 179 and 206.) 

Hi 

We will cross the river of Jordan, 

Happy, Happy, 
We will cross the river of Jordan, 

Happy in the Lord. 

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Wrestle on, wrestle on, 

You shall gain the victory ; 

Wrestle on, wrestle on, 
You shall gain the day. 
(See 227.) 

Hi 

There's only One, there's only One, 
Can make us truly, truly blest ; 

There's only One, there's only One, 

Can give us perfect, perfect rest. 

(See 185 and 12S.) 

Hi 

I'm happy, I'm happy, 
I ' m on my way to Zion ; 

I'm happy, I'm happy, 
I'm on my journey home. 



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Glory to God ! 

We're at the fountain drinking; 
Glory to God ! 

We're on our journey home. 
(See 31 and 247.) 

Hi 

Oh the way is so delightful, 
In the service of the Lord ; 

Oh the way is so delightful, 
Hallelujah ! 

(See 355.) 

I love the Lord, I know I do, 
|:I love the Lord, I know 1 do, :|| 
But best of all He loves me too. 
(See 37.) 

Hi 

O Canaan, bright Canaan, 
I'm hound for the land of Canaan ; 
O Canaan is my happy home, 
I'm bound for the land of Canaan. 
(See 610.) 

Hi 

O come and will you go, 
Will you go, will you go ? 
O come and will you go 
Where pleasures never die ? 
(See 205.) 

Hi 

Only believe and you shall be saved ; 
I : Only believe and you shall be saved; :| 
And heaven is yours forever. 
(See 183.) 

Hi 

"I'm so glad, I'm so glad, 
I'm so glad that Jesus came," etc. 
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L. M. 

" O Jesus is a rock in a weary land," etc. 
(See 323.) 

"He leadeth me," etc. 
(See 291.) 

Hi 

Will you go ? Will you go ? 
Go to that beautiful land with me ? 
Will you go ? Will you go ? 
Go to that beautiful land. 
(See 609 and 610.) 

Hi 

"They're all taken away, 
My sins are," etc. 
(See 251.) 

Hi 

We'll work till Jesus comes, 
I : We'll work till Jesus comes, :|| 
And we'll be gathered home. 
(See 356 and 619.) 

Hi 

I'm a soldier for Jesus, 
I've listed in the war, 
And I'll fight until I die. 
(See 249 and 291.) 

Hi 

Save, O save ; 

Save, blessed Saviour, 

And send converting power down ; 

Save, mighty Lord. 

(See 227.) 

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O what a happy day when the Christians all shall 

meet, 
Shall meet to part no more. 

Glory hallelujah, 
Praise Him, hallelujah ; 
Glory hallelujah, 
Praise ye the Lord. 
(See 36.) 

Hi 

We're going to Zion, 

Glory hallelujah ; 
We're going home to the New Jerusalem, 

Glory hallelujah. 

(See 609.) 



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I want a blessing, Lord, 
O send it down to me ; 
O glory, O glory hallelujah. 
(See 37.) 

Hi 

O you must be a lover of the Lord, 
If you want to go to heaven wheh you die- 
(See 224 and 267.) 

Hi 

Take me as I am, 
O bring Thy free salvation, etc. 
(See 241.) 

Hi 

This fountain cleanses from all sin, etc. 
(See 262.) 

Hi 

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Remember me, remember me, 
Dear Lord, remember me. 
Remember, Lord, Thy dying groans, 
And then remember me. 
(See 108.) 

Hi 

Help me, dear Saviour, Thee to own, 

And ever faithful be ; 
And when Thou sittest on Thy throne, 

O Lord, remember me. 

(See 108 and 232.) 

Hi 

I do believe, I now believe, 
That Jesus died for me ; 
And through his blood, his precious blood, 
I am from sin set free. 
(See 108, 190 and 246.) 

Hi 

He loves me, he loves me, 
He loves me, this I know; 

He gave himself to die for ma 

Because he loved me so. 

(See 108 and 187.) 



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C. M. 

I can, 1 will, and I do believe, 

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That Jesus died for inc. 
(Sec 243.) 

|| .-I've been redeemed, I've been redeemed :| 
I've been redeemed, l'\e been redeemed, 
Been washed in the blond of the Lamb, 

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been redeemed by the blood of the Lamb, 
That flowed on ( lalvary. 

(Sec [93.) 

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|| : Look away ! Look away ! 

book away to Calvary ! || 

(See 20S.) 

( lather the harvest in. 
Poor sinners are dying all around, etc. 
(See 359.) 

1 want to go, I want to go, 
I want to go there too ; 
I want to go where Jesus is, 
1 want to go there too. 
(See 616.) 

fesus died for you. 

Jesus died for me ; 
Yes, fesus died for all mankind ; 

Praise (hid, salvation's free. 

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We're kneeling at a mercy seat, 

Where Jesus wails our souls to greet; 
We're kneeling at a mercy seat- 
Where God will answer prayer. 
(See 48.) 
Hi 

Pure robes, white robes, 

In Jesus' blood made white ; 

We all must wear to enter there, 
In the palaces of light. 

Hi 

Where the pearly gales shall never, never close, 
Where the tree of life its dewy shadow throws, 
Where the r.ansomed ones in love repose, 
Our glorious home shall be. 



C. M. 

We will rest in the fair and happy land 
Just across on the evergreen shore, 

Sing the song of Moses and the Lamb, by and by 
And dwell with Jesus evermore. 
(See 614 and 617.) 

Oh, there is glory, glory Hallelujah! 

Oh, there is glory, in my soul. 
|| : Religion is the best of all :|| 

Religion is the best of all, 

I feel it in my soul. 



I want to go, I want to go, 

I want to go there too : 
I want to go where Jesus is, 

I want to go there too. 
(See 612 and 615.) 

I am sinking out of self, out of self into Christ, 

Sinking out of self into Christ, 
I am sinking, sinking, sinking out of self, 

Sinking out of self into Christ. 
(See 401.) 

Hi 

Oh, the blood, the precious blood, 

That Jesus shed for me ! 
Upon the cross, in crimson flood, 

Just now by faith 1 see. 
(See 193.) 

Oh how I love Jesus, 
|| : Oh how I love Jesus, :|| 
Because he first loved me, 
I'll never forget Thee 
I'll never forget Thee, Lord ; 
I'll never forget Thee 
Dear Lord remember me. 
(See 106 and 107.) 

|| : We will stand the storm, 
We will anchor by and by. :|| 
(See 292 and 298.) 

Hi 

The blood of Jesus cleanseth me, 
Cleanseth me, cleanseth me ; 
The blood of Jesus cleanseth me 
As soon as I believe. 
(See 108.) 



372 



CHORUSES. 



C. M. 

I'd rather be the least of them, 
Who are the Lord's alone, 

Than wear a royal diadem 
And sit upon a throne ? 
(See 189.) 

Hi 

And when the war is over 
We shall wear a crown, 
In the New Jerusalem. 
(See 29S.) 

Hi 

We shall walk through the streets of the city. 
With the loved ones gone on before ; 

We shall stand on the banks of the liver, 
We shall meet to part no more. 
(See 551.) 

Hi 

O heaven, sweet heaven, 
O heaven of the blest ; 
How I long to be there, 
In its glories to share, 
And to lean on Jesus' breast. 
(See 619.) 

Hi 

'Saviour, wash me in the blood," etc. 
(See 193.) 



; '0 glorious fountain, here will I stay," etc. 
(See 193.) 

Hi 

My soul will overcome by the blood of the 
Lamb," etc. 

(See 211.) 

Hi 

"Only trust Him," etc. 
(See 193.) 

H 
" O depth of mercy, can it be," etc. 

Hi 

O that will be joyful, 
Joyful, joyful ; 
O that will be joyful, 
To meet to part no more. 



C. M. 

Come to Jesus, come to Jesus, 

Come to Jesus now ; 
He will save you, He will save you, 

He will save you now. 
(See 193.) 

Look to Jesus, etc. 
Hi 

Only trust Him, only trust Him, 

Only trust Him now ; 

He will save you, He will, etc. 

H ■ 

I will arise and go to Jesus, 

He will embrace me in His arms ; 

In the arms of my dear Saviour, 
O there are ten thousand charms. 

Hi 

O the Lamb, the loving Lamb. 

The Lamb on Calvary. 

The Lamb that was slain and liveth agaLi 

To intercede for me. 

(See 104 and 113. 



O the blood, the precious blood, 
That Jesus shed for me ; 

Upon the cross a crimson flood 
Just now by faith I see. 
(See 193.) 

Hi 

We love to sing around our King, 
And hail Him blessed Jesus ; 
For there's no word ear ever heard, 
So dear, so sweet as Jesus. 

H 

S. M. 

I : I'm glad salvation's free ! :|| 
Salvation's free for you and me, 
I'm glad salvation's free ! 

X; 

There'll be no parting sorrow there, 
There'll be no parting there, 

In heaven above, where all is love, 
There'll be no parting there. 



373 



CHORUSES. 



S. M. 

Dear Jesus receive me, 
No more will I grieve thee, 
Oh, blessed Redeemer, 
Oh, save me at the cross ! 
(See 297.) 

We're marching to Zion, 
Beautiful, beautiful Zion ; 

We're marching upward to Zion, 
The beautiful city of God. 
(See 537.) 

|| : I know lie will answer my prayer :| 

His promise is sure, and I am secure, 
I know He will answer my prayer. 
(See 59 and 62.) 



- 



I am coming, Lord, coming now," etc 

O my heart make room for Jesus 
Open now and let Him in ; 
Let Him in, let Him in, 
Open now and let Him in, 

O 'tis glory, O 'tis, etc. 



x.< 



I am coming, Lord ! 

Coming now to Thee ! 

Wash me, cleanse me in the blood 

That flowed on Calvary. 



^ 



7, 6, 7, 6. 

|| :Good news goes to Canaan :| 
Good news goes to Canaan, 
I'm on my way ! 

(See 364.) 

Hi 

: There is sweet rest in heaven :|| 
There is sweet rest, there is sweet rest, 
There is sweet rest in heaven. 



7, 6, 7. 6. 

O, how lovely, how lovely, 
How lovely is Jesus, 

He is my Redeemer, 
My Lord and my King. 

Hi 

"|| : Jesus will help you :|| 
Help you with grace," etc. 

There's balm in Gilead, 

To make the wounded whole 

There's power enough in Jesus 
To heal a sin-sick soul. 



. 



7, 7, 7. 7. 

God is love ! I know, I feel : 
Jesus lives and loves me still ; 
Jesus lives, 
He lives and loves me still ! 

I : Yes, Jesus loves me :|| 
Yes, Jesus loves me, 
The Bible tells me so. 
(See 297.) 

Hi 

"I am trusting, Lord, in Thee ; 
Blest Lamb of Calvary," etc. 

H< 

Let us walk in the light, 
In the light, in the light ; 
Let us walk in the light, 
In the light of God. 
(See 550.) 

Hi 
S, 7, 8, 7. 

Lord, revive us, Lord revive us, 

All our help must come from Thee ! 
(See 402.) 

Hi 

I will arise and go to Jesus, 

He will embrace me in His arms ; 

In the arms of my dear Saviour 

Oh ! there are ten thousaud charms. 
(See 18.) 



374 



CHORUSES. 



8, 7, 8, 7. 

Turn to the Lord and seek salvation, 
Sound the praise of His dear name 

Glory, honor, and salvation, 
Christ the Lord is come again. 
(See2i8.) 

Hi 

I love Jesus, hallelujah ! 

I love Jesus, yes I do, 
|:I love Jesus, He's my Saviour, 

Jesus smiles and loves me too. :|| 

H 

Glory, glory ! Jesus saves me, 

Glory, glory to the Lamb ! 
Oh His cleansing blood has reached me, 

Glory, glory to the Lamb ! 

H 

|| : Precious name, Oh how sweet ! 
Hope of earth and joy, etc. :| 

Hi 

My soul is heaven-bound, 

Glory hallelujah ; 
My soul is heaven-bound, 

O praise ye the Lord. 
(See 18.) 

Hi 

When the last trial's over 
How happy we will be ; 

On the other side of Jordan 
We'll shout the jubilee. 
(See 309 and 314. 

Hi 

Ye that labor and are heavy laden 
Lean upon your Saviour's breast. 

Ye that labor, etc., 

Come and He will give you rest. 
(See 361.) 



UNCLASSIFIED METERS, 

Hallelujah ! thine the glory, 

Hallelujah, amen. 
Hallelujah, thine the glory, 

Revive us a.g;a.in. 



I am so glad that Jesus loves me, 
: Jesus loves me, : | 
I am so glad that Jesus loves me, 
Jesus loves even me. 

Jesus paid it all, 

All the debt I owe ; 

Sin had left a crimson stain, 
He washed it white as snow. 



We'll camp awhile in the wilderness, 
For a few days, for a few days ; 
We'll camp awhile in the wilderness, 
And then we're going home. 

Hi 

I : Oh P then to the rock let me fly, 
To the rock that is higher than I. :|| 
(See 371.) 

Hi 

Yes Jesus is mighty to save 

And all his salvation may know, etc. 

H 

Over there, over there, 
Oh what must it be, etc. 



: I believe Jesus saves, 
And his blood washes whiter than snow. 



^i 



I'm living in Canaan now, 

I'm living in Canaan, 

The blood applied, I am justified ; 

I'm living in Canaan now. 

Hi 

O Lord, bless my soul 

And I'll shout glory ; 
And when I die convey me home 

And I'll shout glory. 
(See 609.) 



S75 



Alphabetical Index of Tunes. 



Meter. Page 

Albright 10,11,10,11 242 

Aletta 7.7.7.7 19,76,]'' 

Alford 7,6,8,6,1) 274 

America, 6,6,4,6,6,6,4 219 

Ames, 1. M., 75 

Amoy, • ■ 6, 4, 6, 4, 89 

(Vngel Voices, . .11,10,11,10,9,11, 267 

Antioch, C. M., 40 

Arcadia C. M., 5 =; , 111 

Ariel, 8,8,6,8,8,6, 39,139,149 

Arlington C. M., 126,146 

Arnold C. M., 179 

Around the Throne, . C. M., 18s 

Athens, C. M. D 42 

Austrian Hymn, . .8,7,8,7,1)., 59 

Autumn, 8,7,8,7,!)., 117, 1V1 

Avon, C. M., 47, 6S 

Azmoii CM 39,103,118,270 



B 



Balerma, ,,..».. C. M., . . 

Bartimeus 8,7,8,7, . 

Bavaria, S, 7, 8, 7, D., . 

Bealoth S. M. D., . 

Beatitudo, CM.,. . 

Belmont, 8, 7, 8, 7, 4, 7, 

Benjamin S. M., . . 

Bera, I,. M., . . 

Bernard CM.,. 



76, 195, 215 



. . . 82, 

. . 60, 
26, 143, 
• • 9°, 



• 53 



Bethany 6,4,6,4,6,6,4, 

Beyond, Chant, . . 

Blessed Home, . . .6, 6,6,6, D., , 

Blumeuthal 7, 7, 7, 7, D., 

Boyleston, S. M., . . 

Brown C. M., . 

Burlington C M 

Butler, S. M., , , 



56, 



83,119. 



172 
• 54 
■ 7 
220 
. 18 
281 
279 
132 
158 



183 
134 



Canaan, ..,.,.. C. M. D., 290 

Carothers, P. M., 199 

Cary S. M., 232 

Chelmsford, C. M., 246 

Chopin; CM., 72, 175 

Christmas C M 43, 152 

Collins, . • • • 1. M. D , or 6 lines, 135, 143 

Come Home, .... 7, 7, 7, 7, D , 283 

Come let Us Anew, . P. M., 244 

Come, Ye Disconsolate, 1 1, 10, 11, 10, 112 

Comfort 6,6,9,6,6,9 94 

Communion, 1. M., 197 

Consecration Hymn, 8,7,8,7 136 

Contrast, . . ." . .8,8,8,8,1). 159 

Convert 6,6,9,6,6,9 284 

Cooling, C. M 24 

Corinth. C M. 216 

Coronation, C M., 46 

Cowper CM. 188, 21s 

Creation 1. M D 286 

Crucifix 7, 6, 7, 6, D. 32 

D 

Dennis, S. M., 150, 1S1 

Desert, . . ..... C M., 112 

Detmore, S. M 251 

Dix, 7,7,7,7,7.7, 58. 198 

Dorruauce, 8,7,8,7, 101, 138, 256 

Dort, . . . : . 6,6,4,6,6, 6,4, ... 53,187 

Downs, CM., 158 

Dreisbach 11, II, II, II, 253 

Duane Street 1. M. D so, 121 

Duke Street, L. M., 34, 61 



Meter Page 

Dulcimer 11,8,11,8 161 

Dunbar S. M 277 

Dundee, C. M., i 7 6 

E 



Eagly C. M., . 

Elizabeth town, . . . C. M., . 

Ellesdie 8, 7,8, 7, D 

Kllinwood, s. M., 

Kltham 7, 7, 7. 7, D 



163 

235 

30, 131, 168, 204 
■ • . • 232, 248 
73. 243 



Kmerson 8,7,8,7,4,7 '.208 

Evan CM 38, 172 

Evening Praise, . . 7, 7, 7. 7, 4 5 

Eventide 10, 10, 10, 10 239 

Ewing 7, 6, 7, 6, D 266 

Expostulation, . . 11, 11, 11, 11 g2 

F 

Faithful Guide, . . 7, 7. 7, 7. D 67 

Federal Street 1. M., 84. 190, 217 

Flemming 11, 11, 11, 5 6 

Forest, 1. M., 97,214 

Forever S. M. D , 2S7 

Fouke, P. M. ; 157 

Foundation 11, 11, 11, 11, 141, 162 

Fountain C. M 81 

a 

Gabrial, ........ C M. 271 

Geer C. M., 211. 272 



Geneva, CM., 

Gerar S. M., 

Gilead S. M., . 

Gloria Patria Chant, . 

Going Home, .... I,. M., . 

Gottschalk 7, 7, 7, 7, 

Gratitude 1. M., . 

Greenville 8,7,8,7,4,' 

Greenwood S. M., . 

Grigg C. M.. . 

Guidance 8, 7, S, 7, D., 



. 62 
118 



• 173 

73, 86 : 



2N 

^5 
■ 3 
268 
245 
144 
. 60 
251 

135 
291 



II 



Hallowed Spot, .... P. M 93 

Hamburg, 1. M., S5, 166, 200 

Happy Day, 1. M., ic6 

Happy land, . -6,4,6 4,6,7,6,4 263 

Harmony Grove, . . . 1. M. 217 

Harold CM 80 

Harwell, 8, 7,.°, 7, D., 291 

Haydn, S. M., 105 

Heber, CM.', 107, 120 

Hebron, 1. M 20,35,63,189 

Heudon, 7,7,7,7, 14, 114,237 

Henley 10, ia, l", 10, 9 

Henry, C M 98 

Home of the Soul, . . P. M 262 

Home Patriotism, . . P. M 224 

Hortou 7. 7, 7. 7 88, 147 

Hursley, 1. M 228 



I 



Italian Hvmu, 



Jasper. 



6, 6, 4, 6. 6, 6, 4 11, 206 

J 
. 6, 6, 6, 6, D 2Q2 



Jehovah is Marching, . P. M 223 

Jewett 6, 6, 6, 6. D 130 



Kentucky, 
Knox, . . 



S. M. 
C. M. 



201, 218 
• ■ ■ 193 



376 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF TUNES. 



Meter. Page 

Laban S. M 77, 127 

Lanesboro, C. M 88 

Last Beam P. M 285 

Lead, Kindly Light, 10, 4, io, 4, in, 10, 129 

Lebanon S. M. D 128 

Leighton, S. M 137, 169 

6, 6, 6, 6, 8, 8 108 



Lenox, 

Lisbon, S. M., . . 

Lischer 6, 6, 6, 6, 8, 8, . 

Longing 6, 4, 6, 4, 6, 6, 4, 4, 

Louvan L. M., . . . 

Loving Kindness, . . L. M., . . . 
Luton, . L. M., . . . 



10, 75 
. . 16 



... 19 
- 83, 151 

... 17 



Lyons, 10, 11, 10, 11 8, 115 

M 

Maitland, ......CM., ■ 122, 234 

Mauoah, CM., 167 

Marlow C. M., 25, 179 

Martyn 7, 7, 7, 7, D., 92, 124, 278 

Mear, C. M 79, 227, 253 

Memoriam 6, 6, 8, 6, 8, 8 259 

Mendebras 7, 6, 7, 6, D., 74, 203, 213 

Mendon, L- M., 136, 170 

Meribah 8, 8, 6, 8, 8, 6, 290 

Middleton 8, 7, 8, 7, D 44, 256 

Migdol L. M., 201 

Missionary Chant. . . L- M 166 

Missionary Hymn, 7, 6, 7, 6, D., 191, 202 

Mount Olivet L. M 48 

Mount Vernon, . . 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7 288 

Mullen 8, 7, 8, 7, 4, 7 57 

My Life Flows On, 8, 7, 8, 7, D„ 95 

N 

Naomi C M 67, 123, 147, 194 

Nashville, ... L. M., 6 lines 15 

Nearer Home, . . . 8, 7, 8, 7, D 238 

Nearer to Thee, . 6, 4, 6, 4, 6, 6, 4, 292 

Nettleton, .... 8, 7, 8, 7, 4, 7, 12, 91 

Nicaea, 11, 12, 12, 10, 31 



o 



Oak, 6, 4, 6, 4, 6, 6, 6, 4, 

Offering 9, 8, 9, 8, . . 

Old Hundred, .... L. M., . . . 

Olive's Brow, L. M., . . . 

Olivet 6, 6, 4, 6, 6, 6, 4, . 

Olmutz S. M 

Oriel L. M., . . . 

Ortonville, C M., . . . 

Orwig, C. M 



15. 275 
. . 221 
... 1 



.... 49 

241 

. 32, 113, 243 
6 

. . .45. 192 



10, 



Palmer 11, 10, 11, 

Park Street L. M., 

Penitence, ... 7, 6, 7, 6, 7, 7, 7, 6, . 

Perkins 6, 4, 6, 4, 6, 6, 6, 4, . 

Peterborough C. M 

Pilgrim,. . . . 6,4,6,4,6,6,6,4,. 
Pilot 



78, 109, 



7. 7- 7. 7. 7, 7, 



Pisgah, P. M , 

Pieyei 7. 7, 7. 7. • 

Portuguese Hymn, n, :i, 11, 11, 



• 41 
210 
148 
160 
226 

275 
241 
277 

• 99 
212 



R 



Rathbun, 8, 7, 8, 7, . 

Refuge, 7, 7, 7, 7, D., 

Regent Square, . . 8, 7, 8, 7, 4, 7, 
Rest L. M. 



Rest for the Weary, . 8,7.8,7 

Retreat L.'M., 21, 

Rhineland L. M. D 

Righini 6, 6, 4, 6, 6, 6, 4, . 

Rockingham, .... L. M., 122, 174 

Rothwell L- M 

Rutherford 7, 6, 7, 6, D, , 



284 

125 
116 

249 
265 
171 
289 
282 
223 
■56 
209 

37 



Meter Page 

Salzburghi ,,.... C. M., 178 

Sanctus, Irr. 282 

Segur 8, 7, 8, 7, 4, 7 90, 240 

Serenity C M , 252 

Sessions L. M., " • " 110,218 

Seymour 7, 7, 7, 7, eg 

Shall We Sing. ... I'. M 264 

Shed Not a Tear, . . . P M 258 

Shepherd 8, 7, 8, 7, 4, 7 181 

Shirland S. M. 64 

Sicily 8, 7, 8, 7, 4, 7, 13, 182, 214 

Siloam C. M 97, 184, 196 

Silver Street S. M. 99 

Solitude L- M. 283 

Solney 8,7,8,7 61,206 

Spanish Hymn, . . 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7 50 

Stanford, S. M., 77 

State Street S. M., 65, 89, 190, 230 

Stockwell 8, 7, 8, 7., 186, 229 

St. Agnes C M., 44, 165 

St. Botolph S. M. 260 

St. Crispin, L. M 104, 164 

St. Gertrude, ... 6, c, 12 lines, iss 

St. Hilda 7,0,7, 6, D., 286 

St. Martin's, CM 22, 36 

St. Petersburg,. . L- M., 6 lines, 66 

St. Stephen CM., 260 

St. Thomas S- M., 29, 145, 230 

Supplication, ... 8, 7, 8, 7, D., 33 

Sweet By and By, ... P. M. 276 

Sweet Home 11, n, 11, 11 280 

Sweet Story, .... 11, 8, 11, 9 185 



Tamworth, 8, 7, 8, 7, 101, 205 

Tennessee, C. M. D., 87 

Tichfield 7, 7, 7, 7, D 10 

Toplady 7. 7. 7. 7. 7. 7 124 

Tremont 8, 7, 8, 7 11 

Truro, L- M., 229 

Trust, 7. 7. 7. 7. 7. 7 31 

u 

Unity 6, 5, 6, 5, 6, 6, 6, 



Uxbridge L. M. 

V 



Varina, 
Vigil, . 



C. M. D. 
. S. M., 



254. 271 
176, 193 



w 



Walter, 
Ward, . 
Wa 



7. 7, 7. 7, 
L. M., 
M., . 



281 
261 



Warwick C. M., 7I 

Watchman, .... 7, 7, 7, 7, D 207, 278 

Webb 7, 6, 7, 6, D., 154, 186 

Wells, L. M., 247 

Welton L- M., 236 

Willowby, 8, 8, 6, 8, 8, 6, 27, 231 

Wilmot, 8, 7, 8, 7, 37, 160 

Windham L- M., 96, 216 

Woodland C. M., 138, 269 

Woodworth, L- M 102, 180 

Worship, P. M. 4 



L M., 6 lines 237 



Zebulon 6, 6, 6, 6, S, 8, 

Zephyr L. M., . . 

Zerah CM., . 

Zion, 

7 



54 

194, 223, 250 
235 



7, 8, 7, 4, 7, . 51, 115, 142, 169, 240 



Metrical Index of Tunes. 



L. M. 

Page. 

Ames, 75 

Bera 7 

Communion 197 

Duke Street, .... 34, 61 
Federal Street, 84, 190,217 

Forest, 97,214 

(Joing Home 268 

Gratitude, .... 118, 111 
Hamburg, . . . 85, 166,200 

Happy Day, 103 

Harmony Grove, . . . 21" 
Hebron, . . '20,3.3,(1:1, 180 

Hursley, 228 

Louvan, 83, 151 

Loving Kindness, ... 17 

Luton, Ill 

Mendon, IMC, 170 

Migdol 201 

Missionary Chtnt, . . 166 

Mount Olivet, 48 

Old Hundred 1 

Olive's Brow, 49 

Oriel, 6 

Park Street, . 78, 109, 210 

Rest, 17, 249 

Retreat, 21, 171 

Rockingham, 122,174,223 

Roth well 56 

Sessions, 110,218 

Solitude 283 

St. Crispin, .... 104, 164 

Truro, 229 

Uxbridge 70 

Ward, 261 

Ware 222 

Wells, 217 

Wei ton 236 

Windham, 96,216 

Woodworth, . . . 102. ISO 
Zephyr, . . . 194, 223, 250 

L. M. 6 Lines. 

Collins, 135, 143 

Nashville 15 

St. Petersburg, 66 

Yoakley, 237 



L. M. 1). 



Collins, . . . 
Creal ion, . . . 
Duane Street, 
Kli iu'land, . 



Page. 
135, 1 13 
. . 286 

. 50, 121 
. . 289 



C. M. 



A ill Li ich, - 

Arcadia, . 
Arlington, 
Arnold, . 
Around the 
Avon,, . . 
Azmon, . 
Balerma, . 
Beatitudo, 
.Bernard, . 
Brown, . 
Burlington 
Chelmsford 
Chopin, . 
Christmas, 
Cooling, . 
Corinth, . 
Coronation 
Cowper, . 
Desert, . . 



Do" ns, 
Dundee, 
Eagly, . 
Elizabeth to 
Evan, . . 
Fountain, 
Gabriel, . 
Geer, . . . 
Geneva, . 
Grigg, . . 
Harold, . 
Heber, . . 
Henry, . . 
Knox. . . 
Maitland, 
Manoah, . 
Marlow, . 
Mear, . . 
Naomi. . . 
Ortouville, 



Throne, 



. 55 
126 



103.118 
76, 195, 
26, 143. 
56 



. 40 

,111 
1 !(i 
179 
185 

7, OS 
270 
215 
252 

,220 
110 
1S3 
240 

, 175 

,152 
.24 
210 
. 40 
215 
112 
158 
170 
163 
235 

,172 
. SI 
271 
272 
233 
135 
. 80 

,120 
. 98 



79, 227, 
121, 147, 
... 45 



Page. 

Orwig, 87 

Peterborough, . . . 23, 220 

Salzburgh 178 

Serenity, 252 

Siloam, ... 97, 184, 190 

St. A'-'nes, 44,165 

St. Martin's, .... 22,30 

St. Stephen 260 

Warwick', 71 

Woodland, .... 138, 209 
Zerab 235 



C. M. 5 Lines 

Lanesboro, . . . 



88 



G. M. 1). 

Athens, 42 

Canaan, 290 

Tennessee 87 

Varina, 254,271 

S. M. 

Benjamin, 54 

Boyleston, . . S3, 119, 15S 

Butler, 134 

Gary, 232 

Dennis, 150, 181 

Detmore, 254 

Dunbar, 273 

Ellin wood, . . . 232,248 

Gerar, 28 

Gilead, 105 

Greenwood, . . . 173, 251 

Hay On 105 

Kentucky, .... 201, 21S 

Laban 77, 127 

Leighton, .... 137.109 

Lisbon, 10, 75 

Olmutz, ... 32, 113, 243 

193 Shirland, 64 

234 Silver Street, 99 

107 Stanford 77 

179 State Street, 65, 89, 190, 230 
253 St. Botolph 200 

194 St. Thomas, . 29, 115, 230 
192 Vigil, 170 193 

37S 



S. M. D. 

Page. 

Bealoth 69,257 

Forever 287 

Lebanon, 128 

G, 4, G, 4. 

Amiiy, 89 

g, 4, g, 4, 6, <;, 4. 

Bethany IS 

Nearer to Thee, ... 292 

G, 4, (5, 4, G, G, 4, 4. 

Longing 19 

<;, 4, G, 4, G, 6, 6, 4. 

Oak 15,275 

Perkins 160 

Pilgrim 275 

(J, 4, 6, 4, G, 7, G, 4. 

Happy Land, .... 203 

6, 5. 12 Lines. 

St. GertruOe 155 

6, 5, G, 5, G, 6, 6, 5. 

Unity, 1" 

6, 6, 4, 6, G, 6, 4. 

America, 219 

Dort 53,187 

Italian Hymn, . . .11,206 

Olivet, 241 

Righini, 282 

6, 6, 6, 6, D. 

Blessed Home 279 

Jasper 292 

Jewett, 130 



METRICAL INDEX OF TUNES. 



6, 6, 6, 6, 8, 8. 
or H. M. 

Page. 

Lischer, 16 

Lenox, ....... 108 

Zebulon, 54 

6, 6, 8, 6, 8, 8. 

Momoriam, ....... 259 

6, 6, 9, 6, 6, 9. 

Comfort 94 

Convert, 284 

7, 6, 7, 6, D, 

Crucifix, .52 

Ewing 266 

Mendebras, . . 74, 203, 213 
Missionary Hymn, 191,202 

Rutherford 209 

St. Hilda, ...... 280 

Webb, 154, 186 

7, 6, 7, 6, 7, 7, 7, 6. 

Penitence, 148 

7, 6, 8, 6, D. 

Alford, 274 

7, 7, 7, 7. 

Aletta 19, 76 

Gottschalk, .... 62, 245 
Hendon, . . . 14,114,237 

Horton, 88, 147 

Pleyel, 99 

Seymour 58 

Walter, 281 

7, 7, 7, 7, 4. 

Evening Praise, .... 5 



7,7, 7,7,7,7. 

Page. 

Aletta 100, 198 

Dix, 58,198 

Mount Vernon, . . . 288 

Pilot, 241 

Spanish Hymn 50 

Toplady, 124 

Trust, 31 



7, 7, 7, 7, D. 

Blumenthal, 

Come Home, 

Eltham, 73, 

Faithful Guide, . . . 
Martyn, ... 92, 124, 

Refuge, 

Tichfield, 

Watchman, . . . 207, 

8, 7, 8, 7. 



Bartimeus 53 

Consecration Hymn, . 156 
Dorrnance, . 101, 138 256 

Rathbun, 284 

Rest for the Weary, . 265 

Solney, 61,206 

Stockwell 186, 229 

Tarn worth, ... 101, 205 

Tremont, 11 

Wilmot, 37, 160 

8, 7, 8, 7, 4, 7. 

Belmont, 90, 172 

Emerson 208 

Greenville 60 

Mullen, 57 

Nettleton, 12, 91 

Regent Square, ... lllj 

Segur, 90, 240 

Shepherd, 181 

Sicily 13, 182, 214 

Zion, . 51, 115, 142, 169, 240 

8,7,8, 7,D. 

Austrian Hymn, ... .59 
Autumn 117, 133 



Page. 

Bavaria, 82, 153 

Ellesdie, . 30, 131, 168, 204 

Guidance 291 

Harwell 291 

Middleton 44, 256 

My Life Flows On . . .95 
Nearer Home, .... 238 
Supplication, 33 

8, 8, 6, 8, 8, <5. 

or C. P. M. 

Ariel, .... 39, 139, 149 

Meribah, 290 

Willowby, 27, 231 

8, 8, 8, 8, D. 

Contrast 159 

9, 8, 9, 8, D. 

Offering, 221 

10, 4, 10, 4, 10, 10. 

Lead Kindly Light, . 129 

10, 10, 10, 10. 

Eventide 239 

Henley, 9 

10, 11, 10, 11. 

Lyons, 8, 115 

10, 11, 10, 11. 

Albright, 242 

11, 8, 11, 8. 

Dulcimer 161 

11, 8, 11, 9. 

Sweet Story, ..... 185 



11, 10, 11, 10. 

Page. 
Come, Ye Disconsolate, 142 
Palmer, 41 

11,10,11,10,9,11. 

Angel Voices, .... 267 

11, 11, 11,5. 

Flemming, 9 

11, 11, 11, 11. 

Dreisbach, 255 

Expostulation 92 

Foundation, . . . 141, 162 
Portuguese Hymn, 140, 212 
Sweet Home, .... 280 

11, 12, 12, 10. 

Nicaea 31 

11, 12, 11, 12. 

Foundation 162 

P. M. 

Carothers 199- 

Come, Let Us Anew, . 244 

Fouke, 157 

Gloria Patri, No. 1, . . 3 
Gloria Patri, No. 2, . . 3 

Hallowed Spot 93 

Home of the Soul, . . 262 
Home Patriotism, . . 224 
Jehovah Is Marching 

Along, 225 

Last Beam, 285 

Pisgah 277 

Sanctus, 2S2 

Shall We Sing, .... 264 
Shed Not a Tear, . . 258 
Sweet By and By, . . 276 
Worship 4 



379 



Index of Composers. 

(This list includes also arrangements.) 



Note. — Dates of birth and death are enclosed in parentheses and connected by a hyphen : the figures before 
the hyphen indicate the date of birth, those after the hyphen the date of death. A single date in paren- 
theses, without hyphen, indicates the time the composeror author flourished, or the date of the tune or hymn. 



Abbey, A. J., (1825 ), . . . 

Abt, Franz, (1819-1885), . . . 
Allen, George N., (1812-1877), 
Arne, Thomas A., (1710-1778) 



Page 
. . . 24 
. . 2SS 
122, 284 
126, 146 



Arnold, Dr.. (1768-1832), 1' 



Bilhorn,r. P., (1862 ), 669 

Bishop, Sir Henry R., (1780-1855), 2*0 

Black,.!. M., (1857 ) 657 

Blumenthal, Jacques, (1829 ) 132 

BDrtniansky, Dimitri S , (1751-1825), 66 

Bostwick, W.J., 238 

Boyd, Robert 87 

Bradbury, William B., (1816-1868) , 6, 17, 19, 49, 76, 100, 
102, 110, ISO, 181, 194, 198, 223, 249, 250, 264. 

Buck, Arthur T., 221,692 

Burder, Rev. George, (1752-1N32), 144 

Burney, Charles, (1726-1S14) 229 

Burrows, John F., (1787-1852), 183 

Butler, C. J., 694 



Carey, Henry, (1693-1743), 

Carter, R. Kelso, 

Chapin, Aaron, (1827 ) 97,214, 

Cole, John, (1774-1 S55) 

Coleman, Emmet G., 

Coles, Rev. George, (1792-1S5S), 50, 

Collins, Warren 

Conkey, Ithamar, (1815 1867), 

Cooke, Robert 

Cooper, Rev. W. G., 

Crane, (1782), 27, 



219 
690 
246 
233 

645 
121 
682 

284 
2! IS 
614 
231 



Davis, Frank M., 685,697 

Doane, William Howard, (1832 ) 19,703 

Dunbar, E. W., (18.54), 273 

Dunbar, C. R., 664 

Dykes, Rev. John B.. (1823-1876), . 26, 31, 44, 129, 143, 
165, 252, 267, 274. 

Edson. Lewis, (1748-1820), 108,159 

Elvey, Sir George, J., (1816-1893), . . . .104,164,294 

Emerson, L. O., (1820 ), 110,208,218 

Evans, Prof. O. H., 642,689 

Ewing, Alexander, (1830-1895), 266 



Flemming, Dr. Friedrich P., (1778 ), 



Pag* 

. . 9 



Gabriel, Charles H., 687 

Giardini, Felice de, (1716-1796), 11,42,206 

Glaeser, Carl G , (1784-1829), 39,10:1,270 

Gordon, A. J., (1836-1895), 709 

Gould, John Edgar, (1822-1875), 7,241,618 

Gould, Nathaniel J).. (1781-1861), 138,269 

Greatorex, Henry W., (1811-1858), .8, 137, 169,211, 272 
Grigg, Joseph, (1815-1852), 73,86,135 

Handel, George Frederic, (1685-1759), . . .40,43,152 

Harrison, Rev. Ralph, (1748-1810), 21,226 

Hastings, Dr. Thomas, (1784-1872), . 21,45,51,55,111, 
115, 118, 124, 142, 144, 169, 171, 192, 240. 

Hatton, John,( 1793) 31,61 

Havergal, William Henry, (1793-1870), .... 38,172 
Haydn, Franz, Josef, (1732-1809), . . . .54,59,105,286 
Haydn, Johann Michael. (1787-1806), . . 8, 115, 178, 704 

Hoffman, Rev. E. A. ,(1889 ), . . .640,061,662,686 

Hoffman, Ira Orwig,( 1866 ), 

Holbrook, Joseph P., (1822-1888) 30,90,125 

Holden, Oliver, (1765-1844), 

Hopkins, Josiah, (1786-1862) 

Hudson, R. E., 693 : 

Husband, Rev. Edward, (1843 ), , 

Husband, J. J., 



650 
240 
.46 

.9a 

714 

286 
680 



Ingalls, Jeremiah, (1764-1838), 



135, 113,201,218 



Jacobs, Otis L., (1862 ), . 11, 31, 87, 93, 105, 156, 199, 

242, 255, 258, 259, 263, 279, 283. 

Jenks, Stephen, (1772-1856) 260 

Jones, Darius Eliot, (1815-1881) 186, 229 

Kaegle, Rev. J. H., 157 

Kingsley, George, (1811-1884), . . . .107,120,222,235 
Kirkpatrick, Wm. J., . . . 641,646,663,668,678,683 
Knapp, Mrs. Joseph F., . . 639,653,658,672,700,708 
Kurzenknabe, J. H., 649 

Lane, John, 718 

Lewis, Freeman, (1812) ,161 

Lockhart, C, ( 1816) 101,205 

Lorenz, E. S., (1854 \ 659,698,701 

Lowry, Rev. Robert, (1826 ), 4,95 



380 



INDEX OF COMPOSERS. 



Page 

Main, H. P., (1839 ), 62,245 

Maker, Frederick C., (1844 ), 292 

Malau, Rev. H. A. Ccesar, (1787-1864), 14, 114, 230, 237 

Marsh, Simeon B., (1798-1875), 92,124,278 

Mason, Dr. Lowell, (1792-1872), 9, 15, 18, 20, 25, 28, 32, 
35, 39, 41, 53, 54, 56, 63, 67, 70, 73, 74, 75, 77, 83, 85, 
89, 113, 118, 119, 122, 123, 127, 136, 139, 147, 149, 15S, 
160, 166, 170, 174, 177, 179, 187, 188, 189, 191, 194, 
200, 201, 202, 203, 207, 213, 215, 216, 223, 235, 241, 
243, 261, 275, 278, 299, 291, 666. 

Matthews, H. E., 185 

Matthews, Rev. T. R., (1826 ), 57 

McDonald, Rev. William, (1820 ), 265 

McGranahan, James, 651,652,676 

Miller, E. F 705 

Miller, William, (1810 ), 268 

Monk, Dr. William H., (1823-1889), . 58,198,228,239 

Moore, George D., 660 

Mozart, Johann C. W. A., (1756-1791), 30, 39, 56, 131, 
139, 149, 168, 204. 

Naegeli, Hans G., (1768-1836), 150,181 

Nettleton, Rev. Asahael, (1783-1844), 12,91 

Neukoram, Sigismund, (1778-1858), 75 

Oakley, William Henry, (1808 ), 148,290 

O'Kane, T. C 702 

Oliver, Henry K., (1800-1885), 84,190,217 

Paisiello, Giovanni, (1741-1816), 260 

Palmer, Dr. H. R., 665 

Parke, Rev. R. N 298 

Perkins, T. E., (1831 ), 160 

Phillips, Philip 224,225,232,262 

Pleyel, Ignace, (1757-1831), 99 

Pond, Sylvanus B., (1792-1871) 98 

Read, Daniel, (1757-1836) 10,53,75,96,216 

Reading, John, (1690-1766) 140,212 

Rice, F. B., 232, 248 

Righini, V., (1756-1812) 2S2 

Rimbault, E. F., (1816-1876), 106 

Root, George F., (1820 ), 254,271 

Rossini, Gioachino, (1792-1868), 167 

Rousseau, J. J., (1712-1778), 60 

Sargent, N. B., 721 

Schneider, F.J. C, (1786-1853) 16 

Scbulz, Johann A. P., (1747-1800), 61,206 

Sherwin, William F., (1826-1887), 5 

Showalter, A. J , 673, 716 



Page 

Simpson, Robert, ( 1832) 76, 195, 215 

Smart, Henry, (1813-1879), 116 

Smith, Isaac, ( 1800), 99 

Stanley, Samuel, (1707-1822) 64,71 

Steelsmith, Rev. P. D., (1858 ) 254 

Stockton, Rev. J. II., 656 

Sullivan, Sir Arthur Seymour, (1842 ), . . 155,275 

Sumner, Rev. John B., (1880), 054 

Sweeney, John R., 712 

Sweetser, Joseph E., (1825-1873) 173,251 

Swengel, Mrs. Lottie A., (1849-1896), 695 

Tansur, William, (1699-1774), 22,36 

Tarbutton, W. A., 281 

Taylor, Virgil C, (1817 ) 83,151,283 

Tenney,J. A 655,713 

Thalberg, Sigismund, (1S12-1S71), 209 

Thompson, W. L. , 647,679 

Tomer, W. G 677 

Towner, D. B., 643, 667, 681, 691, 699, 706, 707, 711, 715, 
722, 723. 

Troyte, Arthur H. D., (1S11-1857) 297 

Tye, Christopher, (1537) 176 

Vail, S. J., .675 

Venua, Frederick M. A., (1788-1872), ... 78, 109, 210 

Walch, James, (1837 ), 163 

Wallace, William Vincent, (1815-1805), 252 

Wartensee, X. S., (1786 ) 88,147 

Watts, Rev. Edwin L., (1855 ) 670 

Webb, George J., (1803-1887), 154,186 

Webbe, Samuel, (1740-1816), 142,220,244 

Weber, Carl Maria, (1786-1820), 37,58,130 

Webster, J. P., 276 

Welch, Rev. J. H., (1860 ), 292 

Wells, M. M., 67 

Wilhelm, Carl, 289 

Williams, Aaron, (1731-1776) 29,145,230 

Williams, W. A 684 

Wilson, Hugh, (1764-1S24) 47,68 

Wilson, Mrs. M. E., 671 

Wise, C. S 281 

Woodbury, Isaac B., (1819-1858), 48, 72, 97, 101, 138, 175 

184, 190, 256, 2S7. 
Woodman, Jonathan C, (1813-1894), . . 65, 89, 190, 230 

Yoakley, William, (1820), 237 

Zeuner, Charles, (1795-1857), 166 

Zundel, John, (1815-1882) 128 



381 



Index of Authors. 



Note. — Datesof birth and death are enclosed in parentheses and connected by a hyphen ; the figures hefore 
the hyphen indicate the date of birth, those after the hyphen the date of death. A single date in paren- 
theses, without hyphen, indicates the time the composer or author flourished, or the date of the tune or hymn. 



Hymn 

Adams, Mrs. Sarah F., (1805-1848) 32 

Addison, Joseph, (1672-1719) 78,539,549 

Alexander, Mrs. C. F., (1823 ), 330,485 

Alford, Rev. Henry, (1810-1871), 023 

Allen, Jonathan, (1801 ) 217 

Alline, Henry 210 

Anderson, Mrs. Maria F., (1819 ) 48ti 

Backall, Rev. C.R., 005 

Bacon, Rev. Leonard, (1802-1881), . . : 519 

Baker, Rev. C. F., 705 

Baker, Rev. Sir Henry, (1821-1877), 515,628 

Bakewell, Rev. John, (1721-1819), 134,190 

Barbauld, Mrs. Anna L., (1743-1825), 380, 420, 501, 573 

Baring-Gould, Rev. Sabine, (1834 ) 365 

Barton, Bernard, (1784-1819,) 327,545 

Bathurst, Rev. William II., (1796-1877), . 240, 395, 575 

Baxter, Rev. Richard, (1015-1691), 295 

Beddome, Rev. Benjamin, (1717-1795), . 163, 182, 250, 

320, 559. 

Bennett, Henry, (1813-1868), 620 

Bennett, S. F., (1873), 025 

Bernard of Clairvaux, (1091-1153), 120,127 

Bernard of Cluny, (12th Century), 607 

Bethune, Rev. George W., (1805-1862), 578 

Bickersteth, Bishop Edward H., (1825 ), . 152,565 

Bilhoru,P. P., (1802), 009 

Black, J. M., 657 

Blair, H. E 083 

Bliss, P. P., ( 1877) 067 

Bohemian Brethren, (15th Century), 13 

Bonar, Mrs. Catharine J., (1811-1885), 372 

Bonar, Rev. Horatius, (1808-1889), . 151,190,199,253, 

382, 283, 307, 354, 356, 570, 030. 

Bostwick, W. J., 551 

Bottome, Rev. F., (1823 ) 270,603 

Bowring, Sir John, (1792-1872) 82,121,483 

Brace, Seth Collins, (1811 ) 507 

Breck, C. E 707 

Bridges, Matthew, (1800-1852), 122 

Brown, Mrs. Phoebe H., (1783-1861), 43,404 

Bryant, William Cullen, (1794-1878), . . . 322, 492, 505 

Buell, HattieE., (1880 ) 654 

Burgess, Rev. George, (1809-1866), 447 

Burnham, Rev. Richard, (1749-1816), 232 

Burton, John, Sr., (1773-1822), 1 

Butler, C. J., 



571 
094 ! 

38 



Hymn 

Cameron, Kate 005 

Cameron, Rev. William, (1751-1811) 587 

Carlyle, Rev. Joseph Dae re, (1759-1804), 56 

Carter, R. Kelso, 690 

Cary, Miss Alice, (1820-1871), 584 

Cary, Miss Phoebe, (1824-1871), 538 

Caswall, Rev. Edward, (1814-1878) 147 

Cawood, Rev. John, (1775-1852), 53, 100 

Cennick, Rev. John, (1718-1755), 104,249,550 

Charles, Mrs. E., (1828 ), 139 

Clark, W. H 641 

Claudius, Matthias, (1740-1815), 562 

Cleruentof Alexandria, (170-220), 436 

Coleman, Emmet G., 645 

Collins, Rev. Henry, (1852) 337 

Collyer, Rev. William B., (1782-1854), .... 208, 589 

Cornell, Rev. W. D., 644 

Cosin, Bishop John, (1594-1672), 154 

Cotterill, Rev. Thomas, (1779-1823) 416 

Cowper, William, 1731-1800), 39, 109, 193, 375, 401, 540 

Cox, Christopher C, (1810 ) 16 

Coxe, Bishop Arthur Cleveland, (1818 ), . . . 390 

Crafts, Rev. Wilbur F., 522 

Crofts, G. W., 681, 691, 715, 723 

Crosby, Fanny, (1849 ), . . 520, 639, 653, 668, 671, 703 

Croswell, Rev. William, 1804-1851), 380 

Cunningham, Rev. John W., (1780-1861) 115 

Dadmun, J. W., 626 

Davies, Rev. Samuel, (1723-1761) 258 

Dav:s, Frank M., 697 

Davis, William T., (1822 ), 518 

Deck, Rev. James G., (1802-1884) 305 

Denham, Rev. David, (1791-1848), 629 

Doane, Bishop George W., (1799-1859), . . . 103,214 
Dodridge, Rev. Philip, (1702-1751), . 91, 198, 251, 255, 

285, 326, 355, 358, 370, 378, 379, 429, 438, 448, 460, 

490, 529, 544, 569, 597. 

Drummond, Rev. William H., (1772-1856) 382 

Duffield, Rev. George, Jr., (1818-1888), 363 

Diwght, Rev. JohnS., (1813 ) 509 

Dwight, Rev. Timothy, (1752-1817), 206,394 

East, Bishop John, (1836) 613 

Ecking, Samuel, (1757-1785) 546 

Edmeston, James, (1791-1867) 533 

2 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



JIlJIIXII 

Edmunds, L. H 678 

Ellertou, Rev. John, (1826-1893), 13 

Elliott, Charlotte, (1789-1871), 7,241,291,637 

EINathan, 651,652 

EHven.Bev. Cornelius, (1797-1873), 228 

Evans, Rev. Jonathan, (1748- 1S09), 11* 

Everest, Rev. Charles W., (1814-1877), 357 



Faber, Rev. Frederick W., (181-4-1863) ,81, 83, 89, 369 

Farningham, Marianne 

Fawcett, Rev. John, (1740-1817), . 20, 21, 167, 192, 
422, 543. 

Fiteh, E. T., (1791-1871) 

Fletcher, Miss, (1857) 

Flowerdew, Mrs. Alice, (1759-1830), 

Follen, Mrs. Eliza Lee, ( 1860) 

Ford, David E., (1828), 

Ford, S. Y. R 

Fouke, Rev. W.H., (18851 ), 

Francis, Rev. Benjamin, (1734-1799) 



437 
335, 

. 15 
377 
563 



Gambold, J., (1711-1771) 

Gates, Mrs. Ellen H., (1S35 ), 361, 

Gerhardt, Rev. Paulus, (1607-1676) 

Gibbons, Rev. Thomas, (1720-1785) SSI, 

Gilmour, H. L., 

Gough, Benjamin, (1S05 ), 

Grant, Sir Robert, (1785-1838) 11,104,237, 

Grigg, Rev. Joseph, (1720-1768) 

Gurney, Rev. John H., (1802-1862), 345, 

Guyon, Madame Jeanne, (1648-1717), 

Hammond, Rev. William, (1719-1783),. . .24,63, 

Hanaford, Mrs. J. H., (1S29 ), 

Harbaugh, Rev. Henry, (1818-1867) 

Harmer, Rev. Samuel Y.. (1809 ), 

Harrison, Susannah, (1757-17S4) 

Hart, Rev. Joseph, (1712-1768, . 152, 179, 218, 455, 
Hartzler, Rev. H. B., (1840 ), 4, 5, 14, 71, 156, 

310, 362, 480, 496, 497, 500, 514, 548, 655, 687, 

701,713. 

Hascall, Jefferson, 

Hastings, H. L., (1831 ), 499 

Hastings, Dr. Thomas, (1784-1872), 289, 309, 331, 

466, 471,487,506. 593. 

Hatfield, Rev. Edwin F., (1807-1883), 

Havergal, Miss Frances R., (1836-1879) 

Haweis, Rev. Thomas, (1732-1S20), 41 

Heath, Rev. George, (1781-1822), 

Heber, Bishop Reginald, (1783-1826), . . 66,93, 

473, 599. 

Hemans, Mrs. Felicia D., (1794-1835), 

Hill, Rev. Rohland, (1744-1833) 

Hinsdale, Mrs. G. W., (1865), 

Hoffman, Rev. E. A., (1839 ), 640, 650, 656, 661, 

670, 686, 716. 

Hopkins, Josiah, (1786-1862), 

Hopper, Rev. Edward, (1818 1888) 

How, Bishop William W., (1823 ) 112 



567 
692 
493 
482 

556 
602 
325 
383 
660 
273 
318 
201 
511 
317 

143 

474 
271 
606 
351 

461 
278, 



717 
600 
334, 

501 



301 
430, 



583 



247 
662, 

221 
555 
484 

38 



Hymn 
Hudson, R. E., 

11 uuter, Rev. William, (1811-1877) 222,609 

Hyde, Mrs. Ann Bradley, ( 1872), 207, 454 

Irons, Rev. William J. ,(1812-1883) 293 

James, Mr3. Mary D 658 

Jervis, Thomas (1748-1793) 59 

Johnson, Julia H., 722 

Jones, Edmund, (1732-1765), . 211 

Jones, H. E., 699 

Judson, Adoriram, (17S0-1850) 55 

Keagle, Rev. J. H., (1857 ) 368 

Keble, Rev. John (1792-1866), 64,530 

Keith, George, (1787), 333 

Kelly, Rev. Thomas, (1709-1854), 22, 123, 126, 130, 131, 

346, 353, 393, 399, 477, 478, 498. 
Ken, Bishop Thomas, (1637-1711), .... 40,531,532 

Kidder, Mrs. Mary A., (1825 ), 685 

King, Rev. John, (1789-1858), . . .- 4*5 

Kingsbury, Rev. William, (1744-1818), ...... 390 

Knollis, Francis M , (1860) 622 

Knowles, J. D., (1798-1838), 491 

Knowles, Mrs. J. H 708 

Kurzenknabe, J. H., (1840 ), 649 

Lane, John, 718 

Lathbury, Mary A., (1841 ), 2 

Leeson, JaneE., (1S42 ), 29 

Leland.J., (1754-1841), 364,535 

Lloyd, William F., (1791-1853), 286 

Logan, Rev. John, (1718-1788), 441 

Longfellow, Rev. Samuel, (1819-1892), 9,140 

Lowry, Rev. Robert, (1826 ), 1,225 

Luke, Mrs. Jemima, (1813 ), 433 

Luther, Martin, (1483-1546), 98 

Lyte, Rev. Henry F., (1793-1847), . . 189, 314, 344, 552 

Macduff, Rev. John R., (1S18 ), 136 

Mace, Francis L., 590 

Mackay, Mrs. Margaret, (1802-1887), 572 

Mackay, William P., (1839 ), 680 

Madan, Rev. Martin, (1726-1790), 137 

Mant, Bishop Richard, (1776-184S) 72 

March, Rev. Daniel, (1816 ) 360 

Mason, Rev. John, ( 1694) 176 

Mason, Rev. William, (1725-1797) 275 

Medley, Rev. Samuel, (1738-1799), 30, 36, 37, 57, 191, 

323, 576, 710. 

Midlane, Rev. Albert, (1825 ), 215,405 

Monsell, Rev. John S. B., (1811-1875), 446 

Montgomery, James, (1771-1854), 3, 47, 60, 75, 119, 153, 

168, 181, 311, 324, 406, 428, 443, 459, 475, 489, 534, 

579, 592, 595. 

Moore, Thomas, (1779-1852) 334 

Morison, Rev. John, (1749-1798), 92 

Morrell. Rev. Thomas B., (1781-1840) 439 

Muhlenburg, Rev. William A., (1796-1877), . 434.588 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 



Hymn 

Xeale, Rev. John Mason, (1818-1866), 524 

Needham, Rev. John, (1710-1760), 35 

Nettleton. Asahel, (1783-1844) 280 

Nevin, Rev. Edwin H., (1814 ), 374 

Newman, Bishop J. H., (1801-1890) 306 

Newton, Rev. James, 450 

Newton, Rev. John, (1725-1807), 25, 48, 67, 68, 106, 113, 

195, 234, 371, 892, 400, 402, 408, 558. 
Noel, Baptist W.. (1799), 110 

O'Kane, T. C 702 

Olivers, Rev. Thomas, (1725-1799) 23 

Opie, Mrs. Amelia, (1769-1853), 85 

Osier. Edward, (1798-1863) 458 

. . 700 
40, 245, 



212, 238, 



Palmer, Mrs. Phcebe, (1868), . 
Palmer, Rev. Ray, (1808-1887), 
469, 654. 

Perronet, Rev. Edward, (1726-1792) 105 

Peters, Mrs. M. B., ( 1856), 449 

Phelps, Rev. S. Dryden, (1816 ), 27 

Phillips, Philip, (1.834 ) 521 

Pollard, Josephine, 672 

Prentiss, Elizabeth T., (1818-1878) 33 

Raffles, Rev. Thomas, (1788-1863), 8 

Rankin, Rev. J. E., (1828 ), . . . .642,659,677,689 

Reed, Rev. Andrew, (1787-1862) 31,142,159 

Robins, Gurdon, (1814-1883) 610 

Robinson, Rev. Robert, (1735-1790), 18 

Roscoe, William, (1752-1831) 516 

Rous, Francis, (1579-1659), 336 

Sammis, Rev. J. H 643,706 

Sargent, Lucius M., (1786-1867) 504 

Sargent, N. B. 721 

Schmolck, Rev. Benjamin, (1672-1737), 308 

Scott, Rev. Thomas, (1705-1775), . 132,213 

Scott, Sir Walter, 1771-1832), 138 

Scudder, Eliza, (1821 ) 79 

Sears, Rev. Edmund, (1810-1876), 95,96 

Serle, Ambrose, (1742-1812), 547 

Shepherd, Mrs. Anne H., (1809-1857), 432 

Shepherd, Rev. Thomas, (1665-1739) 315 

Shindler, Mary S. B., (1810 ), 347 

Showalter, A. J., 673 

Shrubsole, William, (1759-1829) 470 

Sigourney, Mrs. Lydia, (1791-1865), 596 

Sills, J 682 

Small, Rev. James G., (1817-1888) 226 

Smith, Mrs. Caroline L., (1827 ) 65 

Smith, Rev. Samuel F., (1808-1896), . 34, 216, 411, 453, 

476, 479, 508. 

Spurgeon, Rev. Charles H., (1834 ), 150 

Stead, Mrs. Louisa M.R., 646 

Steele, Anne, (1716-1778), 46, 54, i02, 128, 165, 166, 204, 

233, 294, 348, 463, 513, 528, 541, 564, 618. 

Steele, Mrs. H. B., (1826 ) 404 

Stennett, Rev. Samuel, (1663-1713), . 116, 170, 456, 614 

Stewart, John, (1803) 144 

Stocker, John, (1776) 141 



Hymn 
Stokes, Rev. E. H., 712 

Stowell, Rev. Hugh, (1799-1865), 38 

Straphan, Joseph, 427 

Strong, Rev. Nathan, (1748-1816), 510 

Stuart, Carlos D., (1820-1862) 604 

Swain, Rev. Joseph, (1761-1796), . 219,312,373,415,580 

Swain, Rev. Leonard, (1821-1869), 302 

Swan, Timothy, (1758-1842) 601 

Swengel, Rev. U. F., (1846— ), . . . .366,367,688,695 

Tappan, Rev. William B., (1794-1849) 114,611 

Tate and Brady, (1696), 512 

Tate, Nahum, (1652-1715) 97 

Taylor, Rev. Thomas R., (1807-1935) 624 

Tcrsteegen, Gerhard, (1697-1769), 230 

Thompson, W. L., 647, 679 

Thrupp, Dorothy A., (1779-1847) 423 

Toplady, Rev. Augustus M.,( 1740-1778), 224, 296, 319, 557 

Trench, Bishop Richard C, (1807- — ), 385 

Turner, Rev. Daniel, (1710-1798) 242 

Turney, Rev. Edward, (1817-1872) 457 

Upham, Rev. Thomas C, (1799-1872) 316 

Walker, Annie L., (1860), 666 

Walker, John, (1769-1833) 87 

Wallace, Rev. James C, (1793-1841) 51 

Wardlaw, Rev. Ralph, (1779-1853) 129 

Ware, Rev. Henry, (1794-1843), 494 

Warren, W. F., (1833 ) 162 

Watts, Alaric A., (1797-1864), 414 

Watts, Rev. Isaac, (1674-1748), 26, 42, 49, 69, 73, 74, 76, 
77, 80, 86, 88, 90, 101, 108, 111, 117, 124, 125, 146, 1.58, 
171, 172, 175, 177, 178, 186, 187 194, 197, 200, 205, 
209, 227, 229, 231, 252, 279, 287, 290, 292, 298, 300, 
321, 328, 338, 339, 384, 387, 388, 389. 391, 445, 468, 
495, 525, 527, 537, 565, 566, 568, 574, 577, 582, 612, 
615, 616. 

Weissel, Rev. George, (1590-163.5), 184 

Wells, M. M., 155 

Wesley, Rev. Charles, (1707-1788), 10, 17, 44, 45, 50, 58, 
61, 62, 107, 133, 135, 137, 145, 160, 161, 180, 183, 185, 
188, 220, 224, 235, 236, 243, 254, 256, 259, 260, 261, 
263, 264, 265, 266, 267, 268, 269, 270, 274, 277, 281. 
288, 297, 299, 303, 304, 329, 340, 341, 342, 343, 349, 
350, 352, 376, 397, 403, 407, 409, 410, 412, 417, 418, 
419, 421, 440, 542, 560, 581, 591, 598, 627. 
Wesley, Rev. John, (1703-1791), . . 202, 203, 536, 537 

Wesley, Rev. Samuel, (1662-1735), 109 

White, Henry Kirke, (1785-1806) 99 

Whittier, John Greenleaf, (1807-1892), 685 

Williams, Rev. William, (1717-1791) 553 

Williams, W. A 684 

Winchester, Caleb T., (1847 ), 488 

Winkler, Johann, (1670-1722), 442 

Wolcott, Rev. Samuel, (1813-1886), . . . . 70,239,481 

Woodhull, A. A., (1828), 517 

Wordsworth, Bishop Christopher, (1807-1885), . . 174 

Young, J. ,(1843) 28 

Zinzendorf, Nicolaus L., (1700-1760), ... 248, 257, 262 



384 



Index of Subjects. 



(The large figures refer to the hymns and the small figures refer to the number of the stanza. 



Abba, Father, 255 s , 256 s . 
Accepted time, 216, 217, 220. 
Adoption, 253-257. 
Adoption, Assurance of, 255, 

256, 541. 
Adoption, Joy of, 254, 255, 

654. 
Adoration (See Praise). 
Adoration, Of Christ, 57, Too 3 , 

no 5 , 196 3 , 337, 713. 
Adoration, Of God, 28, 66, 75, 

85, 89 2 , 3S9, 565- 
Adoration, Of the Spirit, 154 3 , 

162. 
Adoration, Of the Trinity, 1, 

66, 72, 531, 633. 
Advent, First, 90, 91, 95, 96, 

97, 100, 139, 704, 708. 
Advent, Second, 23 s , 104 4 , 136- 

139, 304 3 , 339 3 , 35° 4 , 443 5 > 

465, 560, 599, 662 3 , 665, 691, 

702, 703. 
Advocate, Christ our, 128, 129, 

256. 
Afflictions, Blessings of, 315, 

393* 540. 
Afflictions, Comfort in, 157, 

3i6, 323, 373, 659, 715. 
Afflictions, Courage in, 33, 314. 
Afflictions, Divinely appointed, 

289 s , 3°5, 393 , 540. 
Afflictions, Hope in, 319, 329, 

590. 
Afflictions, Refuge in, 38, 190 1 , 

294, 300 3 , 329. 
Afflictions, Submission in, 246 s . 
Age, Old, 548. 
Alpha and Omega, 277 s . 
Angels, Adoring Christ, 196 3 , 

704. 
Angels, At advent of Christ, 

96, 97, 100, 704. 
Angels, At coronation of Christ, 

105, 130. 131 3 . 
Angels, At exaltation of Christ, 

!3°> 134- 
Angels, At resurrection of 

Christ, 117. 123 4 , 132. 
Angels, Beckoning, 32 s . 
Angels, Hovering around, 23*. 



Angels, Joy of, 95, 100, 218°, 

373 s . 6 5S. 6 96. 6 99- 
Angels, Ministry of, 23 4 , 114 4 , 

189 3 , 217 4 , 358-, 533, 542, 

591, 696, 717, 720. 
Angels, Song of, 23, 61, 87 1 , 

95-97. 100, 125, 218 6 , 373-', 

655> 6 99> 7°4- 
Ark of God, 290. 
Ascension of Christ, 122. 
Aspirations, For heaven, 21, 

295> 414, 536, 538, 560, 607, 

609, 610, 613-619, 715. 
Aspirations, For holiness, 259, 

262-264, 267, 283, 340, 676. 
Aspirations, For salvation, 141, 

182, 233, 235, 237, 239-241, 

243, 269. 
Aspirations, Of faith, 27, 1S8, 

554* 592- 
Assurance, 278-290. 
Assurance, Blessedness of, 278, 

283, 284, 379, 639. 
Assurance, Of adoption, 255, 

256, 241. 
Assurance, Of faith, 244, 246, 

271, 323> 376, 55 2 - 
Assurance, Obtained, 256, 278, 

281, 282, 289, 710. 
Assurance, Possibility of, 278, 

281, 288. 
Assurance, Prayer for, 280, 284. 
Assurance, Praise for, 151, 195, 

639, 661, 683, 710. 
Astronomy, 2, 19, 35, 78, 48S 3 . 
Atonement, Completed, 109, 

116, 118, 119 3 , 133, 21S 4 , 

223. 
Atonement, Fullness of, 109, 

II9, 196, 226' 2 , 248, 682. 

Atonement, Necessity of, -197, 

296. 
Atonement, Of Christ, 57 2 , 102, 

118, 124, 196, 248, 283, 296, 

305 3 , 349, 467, 653 1 . 
Atonement, Power of , 44 4 , 241. 
Atonement, Rejoicing in, 455- 

467- 
Atonement, Sufficiency of , 121, 
196, 197, 248, 297. 

385 



Atonement, Universality of, 

1 16, 248. 
Autumn, 561, 590. 

Backsliders (See Wanderer). 
Backsliders, Invited, 202 2 , 208. 
Backsliders, Treatment of, 377. 
Backsliders, Meditations, 401. 
Backsliding, Fear of, 233, 344, 

398, 403- 
Backsliding, Lamented. 233. 

236 s , 344, 398-402. 
Backsliding, Results of, 400. 
Backsliding, Return from, 400, 

401, 403. 
Banner, See Gospel, Banner of . 
Baptism, 448-454. 
Baptism, Adult, 449, 453. 
Baptism, Infant, 430, 434, 448, 

45 !> 452, 454- 
Baptism, Of the Holy Spiiit, 

449, 497- 
Baptism. Significance of, 449, 

453- 

Benediction, 480. 

Bereavement (See Afflictions''. 

Bereavement, Comfort in. 316, 
322, 325,326, 332, 334,373. 
572, 581, 715. 

Bereavement, Resignation in, 
582.585, 588, 590, 593. 

Bethel, 32 4 . 

Bethlehem, 90-100. 

Beulah, 674. 

Bible, See Scripture. 

Blood (See also Christ, Blood 
of). 

Blood, A ransom, 70 s - 

Blood, Atoning, 212, 223, 242, 
244 1 , 248, 256. 

Blood, Cleansing in. See cleans- 
ing. 

Blood, Efficacy of, 44-*, 124, 
128, 161, 185, 193, 196 2 , 
197, 199, 212, 2iS-\ 224, 
226 2 , 241, 256, 267, 274, 282, 
349, 457, 656, 658, 662. 

Blood, Healing in, S3 2 . 

Blood, Fountain of, 193, 296 1 , 
343 4 - 



Blood, Precious, 124, 141, 185, 
193, 24S, j:h. 283, 457, 45^- 
46 1-, 620, 658, <>i>i. 676, 705. 

Blood, Redeeming, 249, 260, 

335". 7ii 
Blood, Shedding of, 108, 109. 

1 1 2-, II3 1 , 124. 432. 
Blood, Sufficiency of, 163, 199, 

200, 212. 218 5 , 244. 248. 
Blood, Witness of, 183 8 , 256, 

2S1 ■■. 2S2. 
Bondage, Of Sin. See Sin. 

Calvary, 10S-119. 22S, 232-, 

25» : C 459'- 464, 554- 661, 

664, 6S2, 709, 711. 
Canaan, 2m ', 536 s , 553^, 614, 

616, 623. 
Chants, 632-638. 
Charity, And benevolence, 3 7 7 — 

386. 
Charily, Blessings of, 3S5. 
Charity, Fur others' failings, 

377-' 
Charity, Toward the needy, 

37". 380-385. 
Chastisement, 246", 305. 
Cherubim and Seraphim, 66", 

72, 122*. 

Child, Example, 67. 
Childhood and youth, 423-437. 
Childhood and youth. Advised, 

4-9- 43 1- 
( Ihildhood and youth, As lambs, 

433- 454- 
Childhood and youth. Conse- 
cration of, 437. 448. 451, 

45-- 
Childhood and youth, Hosan- 

nas of, 424. 42S, 435. 
Childhood and youth, in heaven, 

432, 5S6, 596. 
Childhood and youth. Praise of, 

424. 436. 
Childhood and youth. Prayer 

for, 4, 423, 426, 430, 434, 

43 6 - 
Childhood and youth. Prayer 

of, 423. 425. 421"), 430, 436. 
Childhood and youth. Training 

of, 427. 429. 
Children's Day. 423-437. 
Choirs, celestial, 23 3 , 58 . 61 4 , 

96', J 22-, 125 1 , 409, 663''. 
Christ. 00-139. 
Christ, Abiding with believers, 

127. 184. 333, 530, 552,643, 

056. 6S3, 70S. 
Christ. Adoration of. See Ado- 
ration. 
Christ, Advent. See Advent. 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 

Christ, Advocate. 12S, 129, 134, 

256. 
Christ, Agony of, 113-115, 120, 

196, 218, 237, 682. 
Christ, All in all, 102, 366, 

684, 690. 
Christ, Ascension of, 122. 
Christ, Atonement of. See 

Atonement. 
Christ, Author of faith, 243", 

277. 
Christ, lllood of, 193,248,262, 

274, 456-458, 460, 461, 656, 

661, 695, 702, 705. 
Christ, Bread of heaven, 203-, 

334 3 , 4"4, 553- 678, 707- 
Christ, Bridegroom, 350 4 , 356. 
Christ, brother, 57 4 . 
Christ, Burden-bearer, 686,695. 
Christ, Calls of. 360, 433, 44S, 

647, 650, 675. 
Christ, Captain of Salvation, 

321, 364. 
Christ, Character of, 57, 707. 
Christ, Comforter, 24'', 333, 

2S3-, 620 4 . 
Christ, Communion with, 284, 

Christ, Compassion of. See 

Compassion. 
Christ, Condescention of, 93, 

185, 7°7- 
Christ, Confession of. See Con- 
fession. 
Christ, Conformity to, 1 19, 338, 

339- 345- 370. 
Christ, Conqueror, 116. 117, 

122, 124-, 126. I3i-i33,269 2 , 

469, 522, 641, 713. 
Christ, Consoler, no-. 
Christ, Corner-stone. 3S9. 
Christ, Coronation of, 105. 125, 

126, 129, 130, 134, 196'. 
Christ, Counsellor, 92, 341, 

641. 
Christ, Cross of. Ill, 115, 120, 

121, 315, 522, 552, 682. 
Christ, Crucifixion of, ill, 1 15. 

118-121, 165, 1S6. 
Christ, Day-Spring, 96 135. 
Christ, Day-Star, 94, 135' 
Christ, Delight in, 104, 711. 
Christ. Deliverer, 44, 99, 1 1 7. 

333- 397'-- 544- 
Christ, Divinity of, 44. ill, 

125. 

Christ, Exaltation of. 57. 107. 

125. 126.. 133, 175, 707. 
Christ. Exemplar, 64'-, 1 19, 338, 

345- 383- 

386 



Christ, Faith in, 135, 224-, 296, 

710. 
Christ, Fellowship with, 369- 

376, 643, 716. 
Christ, Following, 249, 304, 

314, 330, 353, 357, 550, 650. 
Christ, Fountain, 193, 202,221, 

268-, 297 4 . 
Christ, friend, 1 10- , 120, 226,- 

312, 462. 641, 644, 659, 686. 
Christ, Friend of sinners, 91, 

117, 120-, 232, 682. 
Christ, Fulness of, 102, 283. 
Christ, Glory of, 90, 130, 135. 
Christ, Grace of, 101, 107 4 , 

235 s , 260, 378. 403. 
Christ, Guide. See Guidance. 
Christ, Head, 710. 
Christ, Hiding-place, 106 3 , 297. 
Christ, High Priest, 101, 436*. 
Christ, Humanity of, 237b 
Christ, Humiliation of, 93", 120, 

196, 707. 
Christ, Immanuel, 11S 4 , 193, 

2S3. 
Christ, Incarnate, 17' 2 , 61, 96- 

9S, 100, 122 3 , 218 5 . 
Christ, Incomparable, 57, 110, 

1 27*. 
Christ, Indwelling of, 5S, 184, 

652, 6S3, 708. 
Christ, In Gethsemane. See 

Gethsemane. 
Christ, Intercession of. See In- 
tercession. 
Christ, Invitations of, 25b 190, 

215. 221, 291, 647. 
Christ, Joy of Believers in, 104, 

126, 224, 225, 349, 372, 708, 

711. 
Christ, Judge, 354, 597~599- 
Christ, King, 10. 25-, 44, 46, 

63 s , 96 s , 117 3 126 2 127 2 , 468, 
641. 

Christ, King of glory, 184. 
Christ, King of saints, 10, 133. 
Christ, King, sovereign, 10S 1 , 

130, 468. 
Christ, Knocking at the door, 

20S, 210, 23o :; , 671 3 , 682. 
Christ, Lamb of God, 109, I22 2 , 

125-, 193 8 , 194 4 , 224 s , 238, 

241. 260, 283, 455, 459 4 , 

554, 627. 
Christ, Leader. 304. 353, 550, 

694. 697. 
Christ, Life, 102, 269 s , 271. 

678, 683. 
Christ, Life in, 190 4 , 271. 
Christ, Life of, 338. 



Christ, Light, 127, 3 , 135, 190 5 , 

306, 341, 530, 711. 
Christ, Lion of Judah, 122 4 , 

522. 
Christ, Lord, 92, 105. 
Christ, Lord of lords, 126 2 , 

130*. 
Christ Love for, See Love. 
Christ, Love of, See Love. 
Christ, Lovliness of, 104, 371, 

704. 
Christ, Majesty of, 105, 137, 

641. 
Christ, Man of sorrow, 114, 

130. 
Christ, Mediator, 218, 236 s , 

707. 
Christ, Meekness of, 283, 303 5 . 
Christ, Messiah 137. 
Christ, Mind of, 261, 303 3 , 304, 

37-1, 
Christ, Miracles of, 707, 678. 
Christ, Mission of, 91, 707. 
Christ, Nearness of, 316. 
Christ. Our plea, 241, 268, 296. 
Christ, Our hope, 269", 270. 
Christ, Our passover, 196. 
Christ, Passion of, 115, 119, 

243- 
Christ, Patience of, 101. 
Christ, Physician, 91, 106,250, 

252 s , 283 s , 663 s . 
Christ, Pity of, 237. 
Christ, Power of, 226 2 , 243. 
Christ, Prayer of, 101, 1 14, 

220, 237 s , 636. 
Christ, Preciousness of, 106, 

127, I4L 37L 467- 
Christ, Presence of, 58, 62, no, 
^ 135, 37L 412, 552. 
Christ, Priesthood of, ioo 2 , 

104 2 , 106 4 , 124 3 , 436. 
Christ, Prince of glory, ill. 
Christ, Prince of peace, 92 s , 
^ 136 1 , 347, 641, 708. 
Christ, Prophet, ioo 2 , 124 2 . 
Christ, Ransom, 57 s , 109 3 , 113*, 

248, 544. 
Christ, Redeemer, 44, 54, 93 1 , 

104, 119, 120, 185, 191, 

224 3 , 269', 275, 64I, 7IO. 

Christ, Refuge, 225, 231, 291, 

294, 297 2 , 660, 687, 697. 
Christ, Reigning, 90 2 , 92, no, 

117 3 , 124, 126 2 , 175 5 , 641, 

654. 
Christ, Resurrection of. See 

Resurrection. 
Christ, Rock, 106 3 , 2S6, 296, 

392, 534, 687. 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 

Christ, Sacrifice, 102, 237, 256, 

(see also Atonement.) 
Christ, Saviour, 63, S7 2 , 91, 

97 3 , 102, 109, 184, 185, 208, 

554, 555, 641. 
Christ, Second Coming. See 

Advent. 
Christ, Shepherd, 336, 373 4 . 

423, 434, 436, 448, 693. 
Christ, Son of God, 116, 412, 

-, 55 °- 

Christ, Son of man, 215. 

Christ, Substitute, 108, 109, 
in, 112, 119, 120, 161, 243, 
682. 

Christ, Sufficient, 102, no 2 , 
269, 372. 

Christ, Sun of Righteousness, 
135- 440, 53°- 

Christ, Sympathy of. See Sym- 
pathy. 

Christ, Teacher, 119. 

Christ. Temptations of, 101 2 , 

"5, 2 37- 
Christ, The door. 295 s . 
Christ, Unchangeable, 678. 
Christ, Victim, 196. 349 2 . 
Christ, Water of life, 190 3 . 
Christ, Way, Truth and Life, 

^ 47, 103, 341, 427- 
Christ, Weeping over sinners, 

"4, 237 2 . 
Christ, Wonderful, 92, 127. 
Christ, Word of God, 436. 
Christ, Works of, 107, 118, 119, 

133, 707, 710. 
Christ, Worshipped, 62, 100. 

125. 713. 
Christians, 291-386. 
Christians, Activity of, calls to, 

247, 321, 356,357, 36o, 363, 

365, 666. 
Christians, At the cross, 108, 
^ 656. 714. 
Christians, Called to Heaven, 

312. 
Christians, At judgment, 415. 
Christians, Children of God, 

254-256, 541, 550, 654, 668, 

676. 
Christians, Christ the life of, 

190, 652. 
Christians, Conquerors through 

Christ, 281, 29S. 304, 312, 

353, 363, 364. 688. 
Christians, Courage of, 298, 

304. 321, 35 S, 363. 
Christians, Death of, See Death. 
Christians, Debt of, to Christ, 

100, 10S, 120, 190, 

3S7 



Christians, Dependence on 

Christ, 304, 430. 
Christians. Duties of, 339, 354, 

356, 410. 672. 
Christians, Encouragement for, 

See encouragement. 
Christians, Exhortations to, 321- 

336. 
Christians, P ellowship of , 327, 

407, 412-420 422, 716. 
Christians, Fidelity of, 550, 560. 
Christians, Followers of Christ, 

257, 3I4,33 .357, 645, 650, 

665, 718 
Christians, Growth of, 419. 
Christians, Humility of, 64, 67. 

267. 270, 459. 
Christians, In Pleaven, 467*, 

6S9. 
Christians, Joy of, 120, 123, 

161, 224, 274,281, 319, 371, 

375 392, 410, 536, 537, 

694. 
Christians, Love of, for Christ, 

See Love. 
Christians, Names recorded, 

657, 6S5, 699. 
Christians, Perfection of, (See 

Sanctification. ) 
Christians, Pilgrims, 524, 536, 

544, 545, 55o. 55L553. 573- 
Christians, Race of, 358, 556 s , 

558, 665, 6SS, 717. 
Christians, Reign in gwith Christ, 

3 6 3 3 , 3 6 4 4 , 6255, 665. 
Christians, R^st of, 219. 
Christians, Safety of, 16, 327, 

537, 546, 697, 713. 
Christians, Steadfastness of, 

290, 29S, 299, 301, 304. 
Christians, Strong in weakness, 

2S 4 , 2S7. 
Christians, Soldiers, 29S, 303, 

304, 3 6 5, 4S4. 651. 
Christians, Submission of, See 

Submission. 
Christians, Suffering and dis- 
cipline of, 313-320: See af- 
flictions. 
Christians, Trial and conflict, 

291-312, 667. 6S6, 717. 
Christians, Temptations of, See 

Temptation. 
Christians, Trust of, See Trust. 
Christians, Triumph of, 2S8 3 , 
^ 322,35S, 674. 717. 
Christians, Unity of, 14, 415, 

417, 420. 422. (See also 

Fellowship of.) 



Christians, Warfare of, 292. 
29S, 299, 301, 302-304, 312, 
363, 365. 

Christians, Witnesses for Jesus. 
421. 442". 

Christians, Work of, See work. 

Christian Endeavor, 352-36S. 

Christian Endeavor, Consecra- 
tion, 272, 437, 65S, 664, 
712. 

Christian Endeavor, Fellow- 
ship. 407, 408, 422, 643, 
716. 

Christian Endeavor. For Christ. 

, 353, 363. 639, 072. 
Christian Endeavor, For the 

Church, 365-368, 394, 6S8. 
Christian Endeavor, for mis- 
sions, 46S, 473, 474, 476. 

481. 
Christian Endeavor, For the 

unsaved, 377, 382, 480. 
Christian Endeavor, For the 

world - , 362. 480, 481, 651, 

6S8. 
Christian Endeavor, Mizpah, 

414. 642. 677. 
Christian Endeavor. Workers, 

360, 361, 666, 688, 723. 
Christian Endeavor, Zeal, 521, 

681. 
Christmas, 90-100. 704. 
Church. See also Zion. 
Church. Afflcted, 94, 387, 404. 
Church, Beloved by Christians, 

388, 394. 
Church, Beloved by God, 391 — 

394. 389. 
Church, Bride of Christ, 419, 

684. 
Church, Dedication of church 

building, See Dedication, 
Church, Fellowship of the. 

406-411. 
Church, Foundation of, 3S9, 

392. 
Church, Glory of, 388, 421. 
Church, God the strength of, 

390, 393. 
Church, Immovable, 365*, 390, 

391- 

Church, Joining the. 406-411. 
Church, Members of, 391. 
Church. Militant, ^04. }6}. 
, 365. 
Church. Securit) of, 387, 390- 

_ 393- 

Church, Triumphant, 94. 365, 

390, 410-. 478. 
Church. Unity of, 365 :l , 409- 

421. 



INDEX OF SbBJECTS. 

Cleansing. Complete or perfect, 

257, 267, 268, 276, 656, 658, 

662, 690, 705. 
Cleansing, In the blood, 83, 

[93, 212, 214.241, 268, 283, 

400, 627, 646, 656, 658, 661, 

662, 684, 685, 690, 695, 699, 

702, 705 711. 
Cleansing, In the fountain, 193, 

268, 296, 656, 662, 700. 
Cleansing, In the tire, 140, 159, 

264, 369, 658. 711. 
Cleansing. Praise for, 251, 
^ 656. 695. 700, 705. 
Cleansing, Prayer for, 267, 

268, 658. 
Compassion, Of Christ, 24-. 

20S, 237'-', 277, 707. 
Comfort. For the bereaved. 

See Bereavement. 
Comfort, For the dying. 323, 

575, 58c, 581, 589. 
Comfort. For the suffering, 38. 

316, 31S. 319, 323. 554*. 
Comfort, For the troubled, 17, 

__ 323- 325,326. 332,55C 591. 

Communion, (The Lord's Sup- 
per.) 

Communion, Institution of, 455. 
462. 

Communion, Invitation to, 460- 
462, 465. 

Communion, Reception of, 455, 

^ 457- 459, 46l, 465. 
Communion, Rejoicing in, 456, 

^ 46l, 463. 467. 
Communion, Significance of. 

455- 457, 459-461, 464, 466. 
Communion, (Spiritual.) 
Communion, Of Saints. See 

Saints. 
Communion, With Christ. 31, 

284, 643. 
Communion, With God, 1, 34 3 , 

50. 69, 328. 
Conference, 496,-500. 
Conference, Meeting, 496, 497. 
Conference, Parting, 49S-500, 

677. 
Confession, Of Christ, 72, 151, 

2 4 9'\ 258,271. 279. 314, 315, 

345, 694. 
Confession, of faith, 339. 
Confession. Of sin, 56 1 , 211, 

227. 236. 239-241. 2978,685, 

604. 705. 
Confession, Of sinners, 180, 
-, 232. 

Conscience, Aroused, 242 s . 
Conscience, Condemned I13 3 , 

1S2, 227. 242-. 

388 



Conscience, Prayer for a ten- 
der. 227, 343. 

Conscience, Sanctified, 140. 

Conscience, Voice of, 207, 242 s . 

Consecration, Entire, 270, 272, 
643, 658, 664. 

Consecration, Fruits of, 31. 

Consecration Of goods, 482. 

Consecration, Of self, 49*, 226 s , 
250, 314, 367, 370,658. 664, 
706. 

Consecration, Of our time, 22 2 . 

Consecration, Renewal of, 266, 

525- 532. 
Consecration, To Christ, 25, 27, 

108. 184-, 262, 263, 269, 

27C 273, 275,349,437, 658, 

688. 
Consecration, To God, 18, 25, 

258, 262, 271, 525, 706. 
Consecration, to the Church, 

394- 

Consecration, To the ministry, 

442, 446. 
Contentment, 2S9, 295, 305, 

317, 320, 371 3 . 
Conversion, Memories of, 222, 

224, 251. 
Conversion, Realized, 238% 

656. 
Corner-Stone, Laving of, 333, 

3§9- 
Country, Our, 50S-521. 
Courage, 302, 312. 
Cross, And crown. 45, 126,315, 

321, 329,357,538, 581, 650, 

653- 7'5- 
Cross, Banner of, 651. 
Cross, Bearing, 270, 314, 315, 

345, 357, 481, 521*, 544, 
^ 650, 674, 715. 
Cross, Clinging to, 2g6 ri . 
Cross Glorying in. III, 121, 

349, 442 3 , 656, 674. 
Cross, Lessons of, 108, ill, 

1 12, 1 15. 121, 674. 
Cross, Salvation through, 108, 

112, 121, 223, 656. 
Cross, Soldiers of, 298, 363, 

4S4, 651,. 
Cross, Victory of, 651 
Cross and crown, 45 3 , 329 s . 
Crown, 45, 315, 329, 357, 358 1 , 

364. 538. 5S1. 
Crown, Starry, 321. 

Day, Beginning of, 525-527. 

534- 
Day, Close of, 2, 4, 6, 12, 13, 

34, 43 1 , 53o, 53C 533-535- 
Day, Eternal, 614, 616, 628. 



Day, Of conversion, 251, 656. 
Day, Of grace, 207, 216. 
Lay, Of judgment, 137, 13S, 

248'-, 597, 598, 600, 601, 657, 

679. 
Day-spring, 96, 135. 
Day-star, 94, 135. 
Death, Anticipated, 155, 621, 

&73- 
Death, A parting, 414. 

Death, And resurrection, 572- 

596. 

Death, Bitterness of, 589, 591, 

593, 6.S9 4 - 

Death, Comfort in, 323, 327 1 , 

673- 
Death, Confidence in, 41 4 , 195-% 

336 3 , 549, 553,572-574.581, 

594, 702, 713. 

Death, Conquered, I22 :t , 572, 

578, 580, 582-584, 587, 606 4 , 

712. 
Death, Eternal, 181. 
Death, Fear of, overcome, 336 3 , 

574, 575, 581, 582,584, 588, 

702, 713. 
Death, Nearness of, 179, 535, 

713, 717. 
Death, Night of, 65, 566. 
Death, Of children, 596, 684 s . 
Death, Of Christians, 25*, 26 1 , 

30 s , 35'', 572-579, 582, 5S9, 

591-594, 689, 702. 
Death, Of friends, 582, 583, 

585> 593-595- 

Death, Of infants, 586, 596. 

Death, Of pastor, 579. 

Death, Of saints. See Of Chris- 
tians. 

Death, Prayer in prospect of, 
16, 5 6 5, 567, 589- 

Death, Preparation for, 179, 

7°3- 713- 
Death, Safety in, 120, 336 s , 

576, 684 713. 
Death, Second, 179, 181 4 , 244 s . 
Death, Sleep of, 572, 576-578. 
Death, Spiritual, 179 4 , 220- 

221. 
Death, Universality of, 595. 
Death, Victory over, 68 3 , 117, 

554 4 , 582, 584, 587, 589- 
Death, Welcomed, 579, 588, 

594,673. 
Deception, Of friends, 318 3 . 
Dedication, Of sanctuary. 488— 

495- 
Depravity, Natural, 23 1. 
Devotion, To the church, 394 s . 
Devotion, Dying, 15S 3 . 
Devils, See Satan. 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 

Devils, 74, 107, 1 15-, 237, 301. 
Difficulties, Victory over, 225. 
Discipline, 313. 
Doubts, Results of, 294*. 
Dove, Heavenly, 401 4 . 
Doxologies, Pages 1, 2, 6, 21, 

27, 33, II6 , H9, 228. 
Dreams, Peaceful, 32, 40, 53 I s . 

Easter, I19 4 , 120, 121, 123, 
I3I-I33, 165, 212, 582,682, 
707, 710. 

Eden, 606. 

Encouragement, For Christians, 
195, 279, 298, 301, 302,304, 
321, 325. 333, 356,358,363, 
373, 55o. 

Encouragement, Of saints, 322, 
325, 326, 329, 332,334, 537, 
540, 545, 546, 557. 

Encouragement, To prayer, 7, 
25, 184. 

Endeavor, Christian. See Chris- 
tian Endeavor. 

Enemies, 314. 

Eternity, 17, 27, 54 1 , 77, 294 4 , 
539 7 , 558, 602,613, 644,721. 

Evening, Hymns, 2, 13, 40, 

530, 531- 

Evening, Meditation, 43, 535, 
671. 

Evening, of Life, 575, 589,590. 

Evening, Prayer. See Prayer. 

Evening, Reflections, 16. 

Evening, Prayer, 12, 34. 

Evening, Worship. See Wor- 
ship. 

Exhortations, To Christians, 

32I-336- 
Exhortations, To sinners, 179, 

185, 192, 202, 203, 207, 208, 

210, 211, 213, 214,216,217. 

220,. 221, 223, 354, 679, 682, 

706, 707. 
Expostulations, 217, 21S, 22c, 

221. 

Faith, 241-246. 

Faith, Aspiration of, 554, 592. 

Faith, Assurance of. See As- 
surance. 

Faith, Author of, 243. 

Faith, Confession of, 339. 

Faith, Fight of, 304. 

Faith, Fruition of. 353, 362, 
62S. 

Faith, In Christ, 101, 185 3 , 241, 
299, 306. 

Faith, Justification by. See 
Justification. 

Faith, Living by, 2 5 4 . 

3S9 



Faith, Power, 297, 584. 
Faith, Prayer for, 67, 112 4 , 144, 

152', 161, 246, 264", 436, 

538. 
Faith, Rest of, 278". 
Faith, Results of, 246. 
Faith, Salvation by, 241. 242. 
Faith, Shield of, 711, 718. 
Faith, Trial of, 246. 
Faith, Triumph of, 29S"', 299. 
Faith, Vision of, 43, 113, 193, 

254, 298 s , 584, 592, 602, 626, 

692, 700. 
Faith, Walking by, 68 8 , 246, 

545, 643- 
Faith, Work of, 246, 301, 524-*. 
Faith and Works, 45 4 . 
Fame, Transcient, 355, 358. 
Family, Happiness of, 523, 629. 
Family, Worship, 523-535. 
Feast, Of gospel. See Cospel 

Feast. 
Fellowship. See Christians. 

Fellowship of. 
Full salvation, 276. (See Sanc- 

tification.) 
Funeral, At church, 572, 575, 

578-582, 5?5, 588, 590-595- 
Funeral, At the grave, 576, 577, 

583, 584, 5S6, 587, 589, 594, 

596. 

Gethsemane, 114, 119 1 . 218 4 . 

682, 711. 
Gilead, 250. 
Giving, 359, 362, 3S0, 381, 

384, 482, 645. 
God, Abode of, 394, 4S9, 490. 
God, Access to, 32, 42, 68, 83. 
God, Adored, 21, 28, 66, 75, 

S 5 , 389, 565. 
God, All in all, 5, 69, 307'. 
God, Benevolence, 11. 
God, Calling yet, 230, 675, 706. 
God, Comforter, 323, 336 s . 
God, Communion with, 1, 50,- 
__ 69, 32S. 
God, Compassion of, 20, 1S3 2 , 

220, 227, 236. 
God, Condescension of, 75 :i . 
God, Counselor, 328'. 
God, Creator, 19, 20, 26, 77, 

78, 165 3 , 431, 562. 
God, Deliverer, 544, 553. 
Cod, Eternal, So. 529, 568. 
God, Faithful, 19-, 71. 
God, Father. 61, 70 1 . 7S-S9, 

20S, 243, 255, 285, 289, 293, 

348, 526. 54S. 654. 
God, Forbearance of, 236. 



rod, Friend, 1 1 ', 226, 285 s , 

293, 312, 526. 
rod, Gentleness of, 309', 326. 
God, l ilory of, II, 72, 78, 87, 
_ 200, 033. 
lod, Goodness of, 26'-, 41, 86, 

326, 336, 451. 
iod, I i-race of, 61, 71'-', 183, 

_ 195' I( » s - 540. 

rod, < ruardian, 11 , 74-. 285, 

336, 423, 542, 540, 552. 
iod, Guide. See Guidance, 
rod, Hand of, 51S, 519, 5,44, 

553- 
rod, Helper, So. 243, 31 1. 552. 
Iod, I [oliness of, 66, 72, 87. 
rod, Immutable, 82, 261, 282 s , 

- s 5- 393. 55 22 - 
iod, Iii nature, II, 66 4 , 78, 

200 1 . 
ri >il, [ndwelling of, 04, 327. 
Iod, Invitations of, 202, 2o0 : '. 
rod, Jehovah, 20, 23, 73, 521, 

553- 
lod, Justice of, 73-. 
iod, Kindness oi , 49. 
lod, King, 11 1 . 17. 41 >. 542. 

544, 633. 
rod, Light of s. tints, 71, 74, 

311, 40 1 . 
Iod, Love of. See Love, 
rod, Majesty of, 75, 77, 89, 

"4 1 • 
rod, Merry of, 75, S3, 86 3 , 

183, 102! 252=, "381, 5398, 

540, 563. 

Iod, Mysterious, 540, 543. 
rod, < hnnipotent, 10, II, 51, 

4 SS - 633: 
rod, Omnipresent, 02, 552. 
lod, < hnniscient, 25 7. 
iod, Perfections of, 66, S<). 
iod, Physician, 2^,2. 
rod, Pity of, 220." 
iod, Power of, 73 s . 
Iod, Prayer-hearing, 38, 75, 

mn. 
'raver. Presence of, 21-, 69, 

S 7 , 289, 299, 311, 333, 374, 

407, 458. 
Iod, Preserver, 299, 549. 
Iod, Promises of, 43, 227. 
iod, Protector, 70, 227. 299, 

3", 535- 
iod, Providence of, 74', 540, 

541, 543. 

iod, Provider, 546-549, 553. 

lod, Reconciled, 256. 

iod-, Refuge, 1^. 189, 204, 

387, ^ 7 : 

God, Ruler, to 5 , 19, 325', 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 

God, Rock, 296, 300-, 32S 1 , 

389, 392, 534, 687. 
God, Safety in, 336, 5^2, 533, 
,535- ,56S: 
< iod, Saviour, 553. 
God, Shepherd, 436,448, 547, 

549- 
God, Source of blessing, iS, 71, 

86, 530, 553. 56i. 
God, Soverign, 325'. 
God, Trust in, 311, 3S9. 
God, Truth of, 73. 
God, Watchful care of, 51, 

541, 542, 642. 
Got), Walking with, 534, 537, 

538, 544- 545. 549. 55°- 
God, Wisdom of, 35, 73 3 > 82, 

S3, 540. 
God, Works of, 26, 78, 200 1 . 
God, Worshipped, 2S, 66, 77, 

S9-, 631, 
Good Friday, 10S-1 19. 
Gospel, Armor, 304, 321, 363, 

3 6 4- 
Gospel, Banner, 483,651. 
Gospel, Benefits of, 163, 165. 
Gospel, Blessings of, 445, 480. 
Gospel, Excellenee, 191, 19S. 
Gospel, Freeness of, 191, 209. 
Gospel, Heralds of, 217-, 441, 

47S, 4S0, 4S2, 4S4. 
Gospel, Invitations, 1S3, 191, 

206'', 209. 
Gospel, Light of, 163. 
Gospel, Message, 24, 1S2, 206'"', 
^ 217. 445, 4S0. 
Gospel, Power of, 163, 227, 

( 404- 
(iospel, Praise for, 2 r-'. 
Gospel, Spread of, 445, 471. 
Gospel, Success of, 324. 
Gospel, Tiiumph of. (See 

Missions.) 
(iospel. Trumpet, 209, 441. 
Gospel Feast, 209, 2I9 :1 , 223''. 
Grace, Abounding, 70 1 , 106, 

192, :1 , 232 ;i , 496. 

Grace, All-sufficient, 4. 333', 

450. 
Grace, Assisting, 258, 266, 286. 
Grace, Boundless, 106, 10S, 

27S. 
Grace, Covenant of, 244 s , 266. 
Grace, Divine, 71-, 74', 79, 

245\ 381, 464, 540. 
Grace, Free, 62', 191, 19S, 

202, 209, 217, 221, 22S, 661. 

6S2. 
Grace, Growth in, 27. 
Grace, Heirs of, 189, 254, 255. 

390 



Grace, Jesus full of, 106, 187, 

260, 297 ;, < 403. 
Grace, Justifying, 1S2, 1S8, 

228. 297. 
Grace, Matchless, 2S5, 457. 
Grace, Mystery of, 113 6 , 456, 

, 543- 
Grace, Plenteous, 154, 273, 

297, 450. 451. 
Grace, Power of, 14, 90, 205, 

, 227, 23S, 552. 
Grace, Preserving, 261, 287, 

540. 
Grace, Quickening, 159, 208, 

262, 324 s . 
Grace, Redeeming, 2 1 1 , 61, 

319, 466, 471. 
Grace, Refieshing, 159, 296. 
Grace, Regenerating. 194, 195. 
Grace, Restoring, 253, 650'. 
Grace, Results of, 346. 
Grace, Riches of, 24, 107', 337, 

_ 378, 457, 554. 
Grace, Sanctifying, 159, 261, 

262, 266. 
Grace, Saving, 28 s , 103, -161, 

195, 198, 410. 
Grace, Sovereign, iSS, 21 1 : , 

2298, 513. 
Grace, Sufficient, 280, 497-. 
Grace, Surpassing, 200. 
Grace, Throne of, 68, 256, 

-. 3 4S - . . 

Grace, Triumphs of, 44, 19S. 

Grace, Unbounded, 201, 482", 

. 543- 
Grace, Work of, iS, 346. 
Gratitude, To Christ. 120, 262", 

349, 711. 
Gratitude, To God, 21 2 , 49, 61, 

253- 5 2 ' s . 539"- 
Grave, 2of>, 2^2', 442'-', 572- 

59 1 - 

Growth, Christian, 2I-, 419. 

Guidance, Of Christ, 306, 336, 

341, 409, 427, 552-555, 71S. 

Guidance, < >f Uoly Spirit, 153-, 

154 s . 155- 
Guidance, Of God, 17, 71 1 , 155, 

2 93, 3° 6 , 3°7, 309, 539', 

547-549. 553. 642. 
Hallelujahs, 23, 66, 100, 11S 4 , 

137, 2i8' ; , 424, 623, 631, 66S, 

680, 704, 705. 
Happiness, Of believers, 42, 

251, 254, 376, 536,643. 
Happiness, Of home, 523, 629. 
Happiness, Of heaven, 69, 414, 

536-538, 551- 5"0, 581, 602, 

603, 605, 606-619, 623, 625, 

630, 649, 702. 



Happiness, Of saints, 26, 46, 

224, 262*, 281, 376, 384,410, 

557, 674, 661. 
Harvest - Home. See Sowing 

and Reaping, 324% 33 1 4 , 499, 

561, 562-565, 723. 
Heart, Burdened, 144 3 , 227, 694, 

695, 714. 
Heart, Change of, 250-252. 
Heart, Clean, 64, 257, 267, 700. 
Heart, Contrite, 228, 229, 238, 

267, 397, 457- 
Heart, Demanded, 706, 708. 
Heart, Hardened, 48, 183 3 , 404. 
Heart, Perfect, 261, 267. 
Heart, Parity of, 64, 103, 267, 

26S, 700. 
Heart, Surrendered, 250, 275, 

706. 
Heart-Purity. See Sanctifica- 

tion. 
Heaven, 602-629. 
Heaven, A reunion, 306, 467% 

649- 
Heaven, Anticipated, 22, 43, 

57, 63, 193 195"', 254, 277\ 

292,3 I 4 4 ,3 l84 ,3 6 3 3 ,4i4,537, 

581, 603, 613, 614, 621, 649, 

702, 718. 
Heaven, Bliss of, 69, 414, 536— 

538. 551, 560, 581,592,602, 

607-612, 614-619, 625. 630. 
Heaven, Christ in, 57, 536, 592, 

602, 607, 624. 
Heaven, City of Cod, 602, 617, 

6S5, 689. 
Heaven, Eternal, 602, 606, 612, 

616. 
Heaven, Friends in, 467", 579, 

594, 604, 605, 617, 625, 626, 

649, 6S9, 717, 720. 
Heaven, Clory of, 26 1 , 321, 329, 

432, 467 4 , 607, 614, 618, 628. 
Heaven, Happiness of. See 

Happiness. 
Heaven, Holv, 609, 610, 61S, 

622. 
Heaven, Home in. See Home. 
Heaven, Hopes of, 18 2 . 
Heaven, Longings for, 21, 295, 

414, 53 6 , 538, 560, 607, 609, 

610, 613-619, 715. 
Heaven, Names in, 657, 6S5, 

699. 
Heaven, Nearness to, 32, 538, 

551, 557, 592,604, 717, 719. 
Heaven, Xo trouble there. 1 6k 

329. 
Heaven, Praise of, 579, 60S. 
Heaven, Prospect of, 329, 376, 

422, 536, 626. 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 

Heaven. Rest in, 174, 292, 353, 

588, 605, 607, 608, 611, 630. 
Heaven, Security in, 610, 622, 

702. 
Heaven, Society of, 414, 433, 

537, 579, 581, 588,607,627, 

649, 685. 
Heaven, Songs of, 49, 58, 104, 

363, 602, 603, 605, 649, 719. 
Heaven, Treasures in. 362,536, 

560. 
Heaven, Worship of, 22, 608, 

623, 625, 627, 62S. 
Hell, Punishment of, 179, 192, 

206. 
Hell, Subdued, 321'-, 365. 
Holiness, Of God. See Cod. 
Holiness, Of Christians. See 

Sanctification. 
Holy Ghost, ) Baptism of, 449, 
Holy Spirit, j 497, 658, 712. 
Holy Spirit, Comforter, 1 7", 

145 4 , 147 2 , 14S 4 , 150, 157, 

334'", 66 3- 
Holy Spirit, Creator, 147 1 . 
Holy Spirit, Descent of, 153, 

159- 

Holy Spirit, Earnest of, 141. 

Holy Spirit, Friend, 155. 

Holy Spirit, Fruit of, 140, 154. 

Holy Spirit, Gifts of, 154, 156, 

443- 
Holy Spirit, Grace of, 146k 159. 
Holy Spirit, Grieved, 162-, 207. 
Holy Spirit, Guide, 153-, 154-, 

155- 
Holy Spirit, Illuminator, 140. 

146-, 148 3 , 152, 1541, 159-, 

160, 161, 395. 
Holy Spirit, Indwellb>g of, 149 2 , 

150, 159, 34°, 6 52- 
Holy Spirit, Influences of, 150, 

153, 158-160. 
Holy Spirit, Inspirer, 153, 154. 

160, 280, 395. 

Holy Spirit, Invitations of, 207, 

221, 334- 
Holy Spirit, Invoked, 101, 140. 

141, I43-H5. 147, 152, 15S- 

161, 280, 340, 401, 443, 446, 
712. 

Holy Spirit, Leadings of. 141. 
Holy Spirit, Power of, 17 3 , 145. 

146, 152, 157-159. 
Holy Spirit, Presence of. 148- 

150, 155, 712. 
Holy Spirit. Quickener, 14}, 

150. 15S, 244k 
Holy Spirit, Refiner, 140, 147. 

159 3 , 264, 712. 
Holy Spirit, Regenerator, 395. 

391 



Holy Spirit, Revealer, 1 ; , 152-, 

150-, 159-161. 
Holv Spirit, Sanctilier, 152', 

264. 
Holy Spirit, Sealing, 141, 183. 
Holy Spirit, Striving, 207, 220'*. 
Holy Spirit, Teaching, 146", 

154"', '59" 161, 395, 443. 
Holy Spirit, Witness of, 183, 

256 4 , 280, 340. 
Holy Spirit, Work of, 141. 147, 

152, 161, 395. 
Holv Spirit, Worship of, 154, 

162, 280. 
Home, In Heaven, 57*. 292, 

538, 550, 551, 56o, 578.602, 

606,-613, 620, 621, 624, 654, 

673, 685-691, 717. 
Hope, Anchor of, 258k 
Hope, Fruition of, 268k 
Hope, In affliction, 319, 329, 

590. 
Hope, In Christ, 136. 
Hope, In darkness, 28S, 5^7. 
Hope, In death, 319, 572-574, 

582. 588. 
Hope, In God, So, 328, 540, 

557- 
Ilope, Of heaven, 254, 2S0-, 

295, 3 2 ?- 353, 422k 567. 
Hope, Rejoicing in 254, 701. 
Hosannas, 175k 424, 42S, 435, 

455, 5°4- 
Hosannas, Languishing, 15S k 

Humility, 64, 67, 267, 270, 
459- 

Idols, 330- . 

Immortality, 26', S5', 537, 5S7, 

592, 622. 
Indifference, 39S. 
Inspiration, Of the believer, 

712. 
Inspiration, Of the Scriptures, 

166, 167, 169. 
Inspiration, Of the Spirit. 153, 

154, 160, 2S0, 305. 
Intemperance, 501-^07. 
Intercession. Of Christ. 120. 

134, 196k 21S, 236k 24S 4 . 

25 6 , 527, 7IO. 
Invitation, To praise. 42. 75. 

86, 129k 136 4 , 1S7 4 . 252. 

321. 537. 634. 
Invitation, To praver, 670. 
Invitation, To sinners, 1S3, 191, 

192, 202-209, 211, 214-21S, 

230. 231 2 , 291, s46k 647, 

660k 67S, 6S4k 706. 
Invitation, To wanderers, 192, 

20S. 



Invitation, To worship, 266. 
Jt is finished. 21S 4 . 

fehi ivah. Sec ( iod. 
Jerusalem, New, 279', 007, 017. 

696, 702, 720. 
Jesus. See Christ, 
joining Church, 406-411. 
Ionian, 332 2 , 6o(), O14 616, 

O17. 
Joy, At resurrection, I 1 7. 
Joy, In Christ, 75. 00. 640, 

70S. 
Joy, I" the Lord, 75, 643, 701, 

716. 
Joy, In the Sabbath, 1 74. 175. 
Joy, In worship, 8, 44. 46, 74. 

178, 537- 
Joy, Of the believer, 120, 123, 

161, 224, 274. 281, 319, 371, 

375, 410, 536, 537,674, 683. 
Joy, < >f salvation, 254. 
Jov, Over sinners saved, 1S3 4 , 

655, 699. 
Jubilee, Children's, 42S. 
Jubilee. Eternal, 649. 
Jubilee, Year of, I30 :t , 480. 
Judgment, And Retribution. 

597-601, 679. 
Judgment, Boldness in, 24S-, 

600. 
Judgment, General, 137. 138 

596, 599, 601, 657, 679. 
Judgment, Preparation for, 59S, 

600. 601, 657, 679. 
Judgment, Security in, 24S. 

657, 679. 
Judgment, Terrors of, 138, 597, 

599, 600. 
Justification, 247-249. 
Justification, blessedness of, 

222, 224, 247 :; . 248, 274, 

281. 
Justification, By faith, iS5 :! , 195, 

242, 272. 274. 
Justification, Evidence of, 224. 

278, 2S1. 282, 2SS. 
Justification, Prayer for, 243. 

249, 250. 

Keystone League, 367 s , 368. 
Kindnes, Benefit of, 382, 3S4. 
Kindness, Power of, 3S2. 
King's Highway, 249'-. 
Knocking. 20S, 2IO. 230 8 , 6S2. 

Lazarus, 237-. 
Liberty, National, 50S-521. 
Lethargy, Renounced, 396-39S. 
Life, Brevity of, 295, 354, 552, 
558, 559,"567 5 569-571- 



1NDEX OF SbBJECTS. 

Life, Eternal, 203 4 , 212, 276', 

376, 407, 460, 592. 
Life. Evening of. 43\ 575, 589, 

59°- 
Life, Frailty of, 567, 568, 612. 
Life, Human, 295, 317 330. 
Lite. Solemnity of, l8l, 352, 

566, 570. 
Life, Spiritual, 190 4 , 191", 238". 
Life, Stream of, 202, 212, 558-, 

560, 693. 
Life, Uncertainty of, 354, 565, 

569- 570. 
Life, Vanity of, 80, 507. 
Light, Desired, 306, 47(1, 485, 

'648. 
Light, Of the ( iospel of Christ, 

3° 6 > 334, 5 '7- 53°, 694,700. 
Light, Of the Sun of Right- 
eousness, 332, 440, 704, 707, 

711. 
Light, Of the Spirit of (iod, 

140-146, 152 1 , 154, 173, 446. 
Light, Of the Word of God, 

164, 166, 168, 170, 171, 698. 
Light, 'Walking in, 190'', 327. 
Lord's Day. See Sabbath. 
Lord's Prayer. 13 4 , 55, 636. 
Lord's Supper. See Commun- 
ion. 
Love. Dimensions of, 350 2 . 
Love, For Christ, 5 :! , 29, 33, 

in 4 , 120, 271, '273, 554-, 

709. 
Lov:, For God, 69, 81, S3 4 . 
Love, For one another, 416. 
Love. Lor the church, 394, 415, 

416. 
Love, Greatness of, 2S, 661. 
Love, Mystery of, 350-. 
Love, Nature of, 385. 
Love, Of Christ. 30, 63-, 102 3 , 

107 4 , 1S7, 226, 236', 350, 

369, 661, 663. 
Love of Christ, for man, loo 4 , 

no 4 , in 4 , 297. 6S2, 71 1. 
Love, Of God, 42, 1S6-188, 

236'. 3°5, 333'"'- 393, 676. 
Love. Perfect, 260, 261, 273, 

277-, 340. 
Love, Power of , 162 3 , 350, 417. 
Love, Prayer for, 303 4 , 337, 

341 4 , 350''. 
Love, Redeeming, iSS", 668'-. 
Love. Riches of, 350-. 
Love. Stronger than death. 

35° s - 

love. I nchangeable, 333'. 
Love. Unfailing, 51-. 
Love Feast. 334, 465 
Loving Kindness, Of Christ, 30. 

392 



Lukewarmness, 158 4 , 324, 398, 
401. 

Manger. 97 4 , 98b 

Manna, 1 06", 392", 553 s , 650 4 . 

Memory, Of departed friends, 

16. 
Martyrs, 54S, 607, 684 :t . 
Meditation, Evening, 535,671. 

See also Evening. 
Meditation, Morning, 375, 672. 
Meeting. To part no more, 306, 

467*, 649. 
Mercy, Boundless, 83, ,381, 675, 
Mercy, Enduring, 76, 82, 86 :! , 

206. 
Mercy, Free, 192, 202, 221, 227. _ 
Mercy, Praise for, 36, 84, 539*. 
Mercy, Seat of. See Mercy 

Seat. 
Mercy, Sought, 6, 135, 1S2, 

228, 233, 236, 239, 243, 403, 

440. 
Mercy, Voice of, 118, 190, 207, 

216, 291 4 , 647. 
Mercy-Seat, 38, 39. 89', 234, 

24s 4 , 294 s , 524', 653, 711. 
Millenium, 560. See Advent. 

Second. 
Ministry, 438-447. 
Ministry, Call to, 442, 444, 446. 
Ministry, Commission of, 438, 

439. 441, 444- 

Ministry, Consecration to, 442, 

446. 
Ministry, Death of, 579. 
Ministry, Fidelity of, 438, 442, 

446.' 
Ministry, Labors of, 107, 438- 

440, 445, 447, 449. 
Ministry, Meetings of, 443, 496, 

497- 

Ministry, Prayer for, 438, 440, 
446, 471. 

Ministry, Prayer of, 446, 497. 

Ministry, Reward of, 439, 447, 
499. 

Ministry. Work of, 443. 

Miracles. See Christ, Mira- 
cles of. 

Missionary, Spreading the gos- 
pel, 46, 76, 441. 

Missionary, Workers needed, 
360, 368. 

Missions. 46S-4S7. 

Missions,!." 1 mtri billions for, 474, 
482, 645. 

Missions, Extension of, 46S- 

471. 473> 476, 483-485, 487, 
645, 681, 688, 722. 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 



Missions, Foreign, departing 
for, 473, 479, 480, 485, 645, 
684 s . 

Missions, Home, 474, 475, 484, 
486, 722. 

Missions, Laborers for, 471, 

478, 480, 484, 645, 681. 
Missions, Prayer for, 469, 470, 

472, 476, 48-, 485. 
Missions, Succe of, 468, 469, 

473. 475-477 481, 483. 487- 
Missions, Work of, 473, 474, 

479, 480, 482, 485, 645, 722, 

723- 
Missions, World-wide, 444, 468- 

470, 472, 481, 485. 
Mizpah, 642. 

Morning, Hymns, 525~5 2 7. 53 2 - 
Morning, Prayer, 526-528, 532. 
Morning, Star, 135 1 . 
Mourner. See Penitent. 
Music, In Heaven, 58 4 . 
Mystery, Of love, 350 2 . 

National hymns, 508-521. 
Native Land, 508-521. 
Nature, Beauties of, 371, 564. 
Nature God seen in, 19, 78, 85, 

200 1 , 488, 564. 
Nature, Revealing God, II. 
Nature, Voices of, 78, 90, 510, 

564. 
Nazareth, 602. 
New Year, 497, 558-565. 

Obedience, Joy of, 219 2 , 224, 

295. 355. 6l2 , 643, 706. 
Obedience, Necessity of, 214, 

330, 486, 643, 723- 
Obedience, To Christ, 355 1 . 
Obedience, Willing, 150, 231 s , 

550, 648, 706. 
Old age, 3335, 355*. 
Olivet, 114. 
Opening Hymns. See Worship, 

Opening of. 
Orphans, Charity for, 381 4 . 
Our Country, 508-521. 

Paradise, 69, 133 3 , 264 s , 376 2 , 

460, 556, 610 4 . 
Pardon, Found, 119, 224, 256 s . 
Pardon, Joy of, 222, 224, 249, 

694. 
Pardon, Offered, 192, 208, 2:7 2 , 

647. 
Pardon, Prayer for, 180, 182, 

227-229, 239, 240, 531, 558, 

694, 705- 
Pardon, Sought, 190, 227, 231, 
235, 239-241, 243, 296, 4°3- 



Parting, At death, 414, 630 4 . 
Parting, Of Christians, 422 4 , 

677- 
Parting Praise. See Praise, At 

parting. 
Pastor. See ministry. 
Pastor, Responsibility of, 438. 
Patience, Blessings of, 317, 

644, 711. 
Patience, Exhortations to, 289, 

540, 629. 
Patience, Rewards of. 347. 
Patience, Prayer for, 15 2 , 41 3 , 

147. 
Paul and Silas, 667. 
Peace, Christian, 7, 99, 281 3 , 

313' 387, 413. 546, 644, 669, 

716. 
Peace, For the troubled, 9 2 , 

277. 289, 546. 
Peace, National, 515. 
Peace, Of God, 9, 12, 34, 15 1 2 , 

313, 640, 644- 
Peace, On earth, 97. 
Peace, Prayer for, 12 4 , 14, 15, 

21, 24 4 , 40, 419, 524. 
Peace, Through Christ, 5 3 , 12, 

44, 88 2 , 247, 644, 669. 
Peace, With God, 99, 669. 
Penitent, Helped by God, 75. 
Penitence. See Sinners, Con- 
trite. 
Peutecost, Actual, 153, 159. 
Pentecost, Spiritual, 145. 153, 

162. 
Perfect Love. See Sanctifica- 

tion. 
Pilgrims, 536-557- 
Pilgrims, Aged, 548. 
Pilgrims, Exhorted, 483, 545. 
Pilgrims, Happiness of, 536, 

544. 716. 
Pilgrims, Guide of, 553-555, 

673, 698. 
Pilgrims, Home of, 538, 551, 

556, 602, 619, 624. 
Pilgrims, Journey of, 544, 545, 

55o. 5°°. 575- 624, 673, 698. 
Pilgrims, Prayer of, 545, 553- 

555- 
Pilgrims, Rest of, 660. 
Pilgrims, Songs of, 536, 557, 

673- 
Pilgrims, Spirit of, 536, 545. 
Pisgah, 626, 642. 
Fity, Divine, 186, 187, 218, 

239. 3 l83 . 322. 
Pity, For the poor, 379-381, 

384- 
Pity, For the suffering, 386. 
Pity, Sought, 227, 238, 380. 

393 



Power, Of Christ, 226 2 , 243, 

270. 
Power, Of faith, 584. 
Power, Of grace, 90, 205, 227, 

238, 552. 
Power, Of prayer, 39, 50, 51, 

150, 667. 
Power, Of preaching. See 

Preaching. 
Power, Of the cross, 112, 115 5 , 

651. 
Power, Of the gospel, 227, 

404. 
Power, Of the Spirit, 17, 145, 

146, 152, 157-159- 
Power, Of the Word, 53, 173, 

698. 
Power, Over sin, 39. 
Praise, At parting, 12, 14, 21 1 . 
Praise, Calls to, 37, 46, 75, 84, 

86, 94 3 , 129 3 , 136 4 , 252,321, 

634- 
Praise, Day of, 174-178. 
Praise, Eternal, 26. 
Praise, For creation, 85 3 . 
Praise, For deliverance, 30, 94, 

99, 267. 
Praise, For grace divine, 35, 

198, 496, 683. 
Praise, For pardon, 151, 229, 

249 s . 
Praise, For redemption, 23, 60, 

187, 196. 
Praise, To Christ, 23 s , 44, 57, 

63, 98, 100, 105, 125, 129 3 , 

I5L 175. !93, 196, 274, 694. 
Praise, To God, 4, 10, 14, 18, 

19, 3°. 4°, 44, 59, 60, 72, 

85-87, 96, 177, 188, 525, 

528, 634, 680. 
Praise, To Jehovah, 75, 77 s , 

84, 295. 
Praise, To Jesus, 10, 37, 45, 

46, 58, 98, 105, 130, 131, 

187, I96, 224 4 , 283,367,463, 
680. 

Praise, To the Creator, 20, 26, 

76-78, 85. 
Praise, To the Father, 17 4 , 42, 

88, 293. 
Praise, To the Trinity, 66, 88, 

154, 293. 531- 
Prayer, Answered, 25', 68. 
Prayer, Ask largely, 25 2 . 
Prayer, Blessings of, 38, 39, 52, 

670. 
Prayer, Delight in, 7, 43, 52, 

534, 670. 
Prayer, Elements. 47. 
Prayer, Encouragements to, 25, 



Prayer, Evening, 6, o, 13, 43. 

65, 52S, 53°. 53 1 . 533-535- 
Prayer, For acceptance, 240, 

250, 262, 272, 524. 
Prayer, For assurance, 2S0, 

284. 
Prayer, For church, 394. 
Prayer, For Christian benefits, 

53, 68, 11.5', 1S2, 303, 343, 

348, 398, 401. 
Prayer, For deliverance, 241. 

5". 553- 
Prayer, 1' or entire sanctifica- 

tion. See Sanctification. 
Prayer, For faith, 67, 1 12 ', 144, 

152, 161, 246, 264, 53S. 
Prayer, for grace, 4-, 58, 145, 

337, 379- 395^ 4<M- 

Prayer, For guidance, 70, 71. 
80 5 , 155. 306, 307, 300, 527, 
533, 554- 097. 

Prayer, For help, 5, 27, 41, 48, 
237, 257, 352, 552. 

Prayer, For mercy, 6, 182, 228, 
233 1 , 239, 243, 440, 632, 633. 

Prayer, For national peace and 
pardon. 4S6-, 511, 515. 

Prayer, For pardon. See par- 
don. 

Prayer, For peace. See peace. 

Prayer, For patience. See pa- 
tience. 

Prayer, For reviving, 401. 

Prayer, For perfect peace and 
love, 33, 62, 261, 2bS, 313. 
419 4 , S26. 

Prayer, Forprotection, 52S, 53:, 

535- 552- 
Prayer, For repentance, 56, 

236*. 
Prayer, For revival, 395-405, 

680. 
Prayer, For union, 421. 
Prayer, Hour of, 7, 8, 43, 670. 
Prayer, Importunity in, 39, 243. 
Prayer, Ford's, 13 4 , 55, 636. 
Prayer, Morning. 527-529. 532. 

535- 

Prayer, Nature of, 47, 534. 
Prayer, Power of, 39, 50, 51, 

150, 667. 
Prayer, To Christ. 2, 12. 14, 

180, 234, 235, 257, 238,243, 

269, 297, 303, 417, 421,425, 

444, 53°. 554- 
Player, To God, 21. 24,56, 59, 

l8l s , 227, 243. 34,8. 
Prayer, To the Spirit, 14, 140. 

141. 145. 147, 148 4 , 152-155, 

158-160, 280, 340. 712. 
Prayer, To llie Trinity, 531. 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 

Prayer, Unceasing, 534. 
Prayer- meeting, 639-723. 

1'reacher. See Ministry. 
Preaching, Effects of. 14", 22'. 
Preaching, Power of, 53. 
Preaching, The Gospel, 438- 

440, 442-444. 
Pride, 205-, 306. 343-. 415. 
Probation, 213. 
Procrastination, 201. 207, 213, 

230. 
Prodigal. Ste Wanderer. 
Profession. See Confession. 
Promises, Believed, 231 8 , 286 s , 

400, 546, 658. 
Promises, Fulfilled, 91, 118, 

592- 
Promises, Inviting us, 68. 
Promises, Numerous, 167, 203. 
Promises, Powerful, 648, 690, 

701. 
Promises, Precious, 145, 172' 2 , 

227, 242, 701. 
Promises, Steadfast, 19, 195, 

260-, 279 ;i , 310, 497, 690. 
Prophecy, 95. 
Prophecy, Fulfilled, 116-. 
Providence, General, 189, 326, 

53 6 , 539, 542, 546, 54^, 549, 

553- 
Providence, Merciful, 546, 547, 

549- 
Providence, Mysterious, 325, 

539- 540- 543- 547- 
Providence, of God, 86-. 
Punishment. See Sin. Pun- 
ishment of. 

Rainbow, 310'. 

Reconciliation with God, 256'. 
Redemption, Complete, 57, 109, 

116, 656. 
Redemption, Full, 663. 
Redemption, Greatness of, 481. 
Redemption, Song of, 57, 63. 

100. 
Redemption, Sought, 260. 
Redemption, Universal, 18S. 
Redemption, Wonders of, t,^\, 

18S. 
Refuge, 1S9 1 . 
Regeneration, 250-252. 
Regenerelion, Necessity of, 158, 
Regeneration, Prayer for, 142. 

257- 

Regeneration, Praise for, 250- 

252. 
Regeneration, Witness of, 183, 

256s 2S0, 340 3 . 
Regeneration, Wrought by the 

Holy Spirit, 256, 

394- 



Rejoicing, In hope, 701. 
Rejoicing, In religion, 639, 656, 

674, 694. 
Rejoicing. In revival, 404, 405, 

680. 
Rejoicing, In salvation, 276, 

652, 661. 
Rejoicing, In the Ford. 45, 126, 

640, 678. 
Rejoicing, In tribulation, 316, 

373-. 715- 
Rejoicing, ( Her sinners saved, 
183,655,699. 

Rejoicing. < )i Christians, 251. 
Remembrance, Of Christ, 455. 
Re mi 1 ici a Lion, ( )f self, 314, 401. 
Renunciation, < >f sin. i<)2 4 , 364. 
Renunciation, Of the world, 

349, 556, 685. 
Renunciation, Of all for Christ, 

458, 51. 401. 
Repentance, 227-240. 
Repentance, Calls to, 208, 211, 

214. 230. 
Repentance, Necessary, 179, 

2 1 8, 231. 
Repentance, Prayer for, 56, 

227, 236', 237/243- 
Repentance, Shown, 227. 228. 
Repentance, Timely, 216. 
Repentance, True, 22S, 229, 

241. 
Resignation, 246 s , 259% 308, 

453', 541- 546, 639. 
Resurrection, Of believers, 572, 

577. 582. 587, 657. 
Resurrection. Of Christ, 117, 
119 8 , 123, 3 3I-I33, 5 S 2, 7o7, 

710. 
Resurrection, Of the dead, 580, 

5^7, 597- 
Retreat, 38. 
Retribution, And judgment, 

597-601. 
Retribution, A veiled, 600, 601. 
Retribution, Certainty of, 600. 
Retribution, .Severity of, 598. 
Rest, Eternal, 219. 
Rest, For the weary, 25 :l , 1S1, 

278, 291, 292, 606. 
Rest, In Christ, 210 2 , 530,660, 

662, 687, 701, 713 
Rest. In heaven, 254, 292, 309 2 , 

35 24 . 605, 619, 715, 718. 
Rest. Of soul, 40, i8r, 205, 

274-, 291, 292, 531, 639, 660. 
Rest, Promised, 204, 666. 
Revival meeting, 395-405, 639- 

723- 
Revival meeting, Prayer for, 

395-397, 6S0. 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 



Rock of Ages, 286 s , 296', 300 2 , 

3281,389,392, 534,687, 719. 

Sabbath,- 174-17S. 

Sabbath, Blessings of, 174, 176, 

178. 
Sabbath, Delight in, 175, 177, 

l 7 8. 
Sabbath, Emblem of eternal 

rest, 34, 61 7. 
Sabbath, Evening, 12, 34. 
Sabbath, Resurrection day, 175, 

1 76 s , 178. 
Sabbath, Welcomed, 174, 175, 

178. 
Sabbath, Worship, 8, 74, 174, 

!77- 
Sacrificing, n 1, 229, 532. 
Sadness, Of soul, 335. 
Saints, Communion of, 38, 394 4 , 

4Q7> 4i3-4 I 5- 4i8, 422, 629, 

716. 
Saints, Confidence of, 270, 557. 
Saints, Death of. See Death. 
Saints, Encouraged, 326, 537, 

540, 545, 546- 
Saints, Happiness of, 26, 46, 

224, 262, 281, 376, 384, 410, 

537> 674. 
Saints, Perseverance of, 209, 

705. 
Saints, Rejoicing, 45, 126, 674, 

694. 
Saints, Security of, 327, 542, 

660, 687, 713. 
Saints, Suffering with Christ, 

126, 314-316, 318, 591. 
Saints, Trust of, 293. 
Saints, Union with Christ, 271, 

347, 410, 411, 716. 
Saints, Union with each other, 

'411, 414-418, 420, 422. 
Saints, Victorious, 19, 29S 6 , 

312 2 . 
Saints, Watchfulness of, 301, 

639- 

Salvation, 179-290. 
Salvation, Assurance of, 278. 
Salvation, Benefits of, 253. 
Salvation, By grace, 28 3 , 105, 

161 195, 198, 410. 
Salvation, Free, 191, 194, 198, 

202 2 , 217, 683. 
Salvation, Full, 24+, 191, 194. 

276, 656, 674. 
Salvation, Needed, 179-182, 

231. 
Salvation, Provided, 183-221. 
Salvation, Realized, 222-290. 
Salvation, Sought, 141, 182, 

233, 235, 239-241,243, 269. 



Salvation, Through Christ, 120, 
190, 193, 194, 196, 197, 199. 
Small Things, 324, 359, 361. 
Sanctuary, Assembling in, 3, 9, 

22, 149, 174, 497. 
Sanctuary, Corner-stone, laying 

o f > 333, 389- 
Sanctuary, Dedication of, 48S- 

495- 
Sanctuary, Erection of, 488- 

493- 
Sanctuary, Toy in, 8, 46, 74-, 

178, 388." ' 
Sanctuary, Love for, 74-, 177, 

394- 
Sanctuary, Prayer in, 8, 153, 

524. 
Sanctuary, Safety of the nation, 

495- 
Sanctuary, Worship in, 2, 3, 8, 

23, 491- 
Sanctification, 258 — 277. 
Sanctification, Attainability of, 

258, 265, 276. 

Sanctification, Blessedness of, 
262, 265, 274, 276, 674. 

Sanctification, Christian Perfec- 
tion, 257, 261, 267, 277, 341. 

Sanctification, Covenant of, 266, 

269, 271, 272. 
Sanctification, Entire, 258, 261, 

264, 268, 272, 275. 
Sanctification, Evidence of, 262, 

273,^ 2 76, 340- 
Sanctification, Experience of, 

258, 273, 276. 
Sanctification, Fruits of, 272, 
* 276. 

Sanctification, Growth in, 65S. 
Sanctification, Heart Purity, 64, 

257, 267, 26S, 276, 277. 
Sanctification, Longing for, 259, 

262-264, 267, 283, 340, 676. 
Sanctification, Necessity of, 262. 
Sanctification, Perfect love, 

260 3 , 261, 273, 277, 340. 
Sanctification, Praise for, 274, 

276. 
Sanctification, Praver for, 24, 

64, 165 4 , 257, 261, 264-268, 

270, 271,273, 277, 297, 340- 

342, 347, 35°, 4i9- 
Satan, Adversary, 53, 1 15 2 , 301. 

302. 
Satan, Defied, 299, 333°, 365. 
Satan, Baffled. 73 s . 
Satan, Powerless, 1S9 3 . 
Satan, Subdued. 39, 107, 292, 

312. 321 2 . 
Satan, Tempter, 115 2 , 237, 246 4 , 

260 3 , 270 4 , 2SS, 402 5 , 503 4 . 

395 



Saviour. See Christ. 
Scriptures, The Holy, 163-173. 
Scriptures, Benefits of, 166, 168, 

35 1 - 
Scriptures, Comfort of, 1 73'-. 
Scriptures, Comfort in death, 

1 68-. 
Scriptures, Guide, 167, 171 2 . 
Scriptures, Influence of, 168. 
Scriptures, Inspired, 164, 166, 

167, 169. 
Scriptures, Joy in, 166, 168, 

173, 379, 69S. 
Scriptures, Light of, 164, 169. 
Scriptures, Permanency of, 164. 
Scriptures, Power of, 53, 163, 

173, 698. 
Scriptures, Revelation of, 163, 

167, 169, 173, 379. 
Scriptures, Searching of, 170. 
Scriptures, Sword of the Spirit, 

522, 690. 
Scriptures, Word of God, 163, 
. 164, 172, 522, 545, 690. 
Seasons, And times, 525, 558— 

565. 57o. 
Seasons, Autumn, 561, 590. 
Seasons, Spring, 85, 519, 561, 

563, 564, 616. 
Seasons, Summer, 371, 563, 

590, 594. 
Seasons, Winter, 371, 562, 563, 

571- 
Security, Of Christians, 189". 
Second Coming, Of Christ. See 

Advent. 
Self-Denial, 111,315.345,354, 

357- 
Self-Examination, 672. 
Self-Renunciation, 45, 270, 

314. 401. 
Seraphim. See Cherubim. 
Seraphs, 2S 2 , 36, 51, 72, 97 s , 

11S 4 , 129 2 . 
Serving, 29, 75, 314. 330, 352, 

355, 36i, 545, 566, 595. 
Shepherd Psalm, 336. 
Shouting, 28, 222 3 , 275, 467% 

668, 690. 
Sickness. See Afflictions. 
Sickness, Consolation in. 157, 

.3 X 9- 

Sickness, Not in Heaven, 606". 
Sin, Bondage of, 152, 231, 504, 

505, 660. 
Sin, Burden of, 22 1 2 , 660, 695. 
Sin, Conviction of. 227, 236, 

241. 
Sin, Consequences of.179 4 , 2l l "- 
Sin, Original, 312 3 . 
Sin, Punishment of, 597-601, 



Sin, Reigning, 201 8 . 

Sin, Salvation from, 261, 660. 

Sin, Terrors of, 192. 

Sin, Works of, 1 79. 

Singing, In heaven, 603, 605, 

625. 
Singing, In service, 46, 63, 75. 
Singing, ( )f nature, 7cS, 00, 510 4 , 

.V'4- 
Singing, ( if the soul. 247 4 , 602, 

639, 640, 644, 669. 
Singing, Of the angels, 72, $7. 

125,' 532, 605, 655, 699- 
Singing, Of saints, 76, 125, 

13^ 22 5, 409- 5 IO >544, 55°- 
Singing, With choir celestial, 

5« 4 - 
Sinners, Appeal to, 185, 1S6, 

.377- 
Sinners, Choosing, 210. 
Sinners, Cleansing for, 193. 
Sinners, Condition of, 222, 249. 
Sinners, Confessing, 211 3 , 227. 
236, 239, 241, 685, 694, 705. 
Sinners. Contrite, 228, 229, 233, 

239, 671, 694, 705. 
Sinners, Convicted,. 113, 227, 

236, 241, 694. 

Sinners, Depravity of, 231, 694, 
705. 

Sinners, Doom of, 26^, 211. 

Sinners, Exhorted. See Exhor- 
tation. 

Sinners, Invited. See Invita- 
tion. 

Sinners, Joy at conversion of. 
See Joy. 

Sinners, Lost condition of, 179, 
181, 187, 192, 194*-, 195,220, 
235, 241, 694. 

Sinners, Refuge in Christ, 103. 
106, 227, 231, 237, 241, 291, 
687, 694. 

.Sinners, Seeking pardon. 1 13, 
190, 227, 231, 235, 238-241, 
24}, 296^, 403, 648, 694, 

7°5- 
Sinners, Slavery of, 231, 235, 

249, 291. 
Sinners, Surrender of, 211, 230, 

240, 241, 259, 648, 694, 705. 
Sinners, Ungrateful, 201. 
Sinners, Warned, 179, 1S1, 192, 

206, 207, 21^-215, 221, 354, 

566 
Sinners, Welcomed, 223. 
Sleep. 6, 40, 65, 354 :t , 528, 

53o. 53 1 . 534- 
Soldiers, Of the cross, 298, 303, 

363, 484, 651. 
Soldiers, Of Christ, 304, 321. 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 

Solitude, 7 s , 206 4 , 293, 694. 
Sorrow. See Afflictions. 320, 

33 2 > 333' 1 334- 

Sowing and Reaping. See Har- 
vest Home. 157, 331, 499, 
500, 562, 563, 630, 681, 722. 

Spring. See Seasons. 

Star, I )ay, 94. 

Star. In the east, 93. 99. 

Star, Morning, 483, 698. 

Star, ( )f Bethlehem, 99. 

Star, Of evening, 562. 

Storms, 38, 282-, 284, 292", 
387, 540, 545, 719. 

Storms, Of Christians, 225, 

Strength, [n weakness, 28*, 2S7. 

Submission, To Cod's will, 52, 
67,305^307,308,317", 345", 
347- 

Suffering, 38. 50, 267, 294, 

309'-', 3 l8 , 3I9- 
Summer. See Seasons. 
Sunday-Schools, 424-427, 434, 

436. 
Sunshine of the soul, 284, 310. 
Supplication. See Prayer. 
Sympathy, 157, 345 s , 379, 386, 

422 !1 . 

Sympathy, Of Christ, 101, 237", 
'686, 715. 

Tears, Numbered, 322, 
Temperance, 501-507. 
Temple, 3, 59, 72, 109, 184, 
424, 443 2 , 488, 490, 492, 

494, 721. 
Temptation, Of Christ, 101-, 

"5- 2 37, 3 x 8-, 338. 
Temptation, Of Christians, 309, 

335, 686, 705. 
Temptation, Prayer under, 55. 
Temptation, Victory over, 70 4 , 

22 4 : ', 31 ', 335> 629,705,719. 
Thanksgiving, 508-522, 561. 
Thirsting, For salvation, 344. 
Time, And eternity, 721. 
Time, End of, 657. 
'Time, Improving it, 362' 2 . 
'Time, Passing away, 558-571. 
Time, Stream of. So 4 , 560, 697. 
Trial and Conflict, See Chris- 
tian, 314, 333,364,291-312, 

667, 686. 
'Trinity. See Chants and Dox- 

ologies. 
Trinity, Adoration of. See 

Adoration. 
Trinity, Mention of, 66, 88, 

152, 154, 183, 220, 461, 607, 

680. 

396 



Trinity, Praise to, 17, 40, 61, 

66, 88, 154, 174, 293, 531, 

680. 
Trinity, Prayer to, 472, 531. 
'Trinity, Worship of, 1,72,531, 

633- 
Triumphs, 44, 71 7. 
'Trouble, 30. 
'Trumpet, Of the gospel, 122 3 , 

209, 441. 
'Trumpet of the Lord, 137-, 

138, 580, 587, 597, 598, 649, 

656, 657. 
'Trust, In Christ, 16, 67-, 101, 

102, 279^ 288, 295-297, 308, 

341 3 , 643, 646, 662, 694, 701, 

711. 
'Trust, In Cod, 23 1", 288, 293, 

311, 540. 541 4 , 545, 549. 
Trust, In Providence, 288,293, 
_ 306, 3 22 - 3 2 5- 375, 546. 
Trusting, Benefits of, 366. 
TwiTight, 16. 

Unbelief, 135, 23i ;, ,,28S, 540. 
Unity, Prayer for, 421. 

Vanity of earth, 567. 
Vows, Fulfilling, 27, 362 s . 
Vows, Renewal, 25 1 6 . 
Vows, Solemn, 266 4 , 278. 

Walking, By faith, 6S :i , 246, 

545, 643. 
Walking, In the light, igo", 

327, 410, 643. 
Walking, With Cod, 306, 307, 

4oi'\ 534,537,538,544, 545, 

549, 55o.^ 
Wanderer, Coming to Cod, 32 2 . 
Wanderer, Exhorted, 155, 202-, 

2c8. 
Wanderer, Invited, 192 3 , 202, 

208, 216. 
Wanderer, Rest of, 292, 660. 
Wanderer, Restored, 77-, 208, 

22 3 3 , 699- 

Wanderer, Returning, 660. 

War, Civil, 513 4 , 515. 

Warfare, Christian. See Chris- 
tian. 

Warning, To sinners, 207-219. 

Watch and Pray, 251. 

Watching and Waiting, 354, 
639, 703. 

Watch-Night, 558-560, 569- 
571- 

Water, < >f life, 209 4 . 

Whitsunday, 140-161. 

Wicked. See Sinners. 

Wilderness, 21, 329, 373", 536 s , 
553 3 , 698. 



Widows, Charity for, 381 4 . 
Witness, Christian, 421, 694. 
Witness, Cloud of, 358. 
Witness, Of the Holy Spirit, 

183, 256*, 280, 340, 695. 
Witness, Of our own spirits, 

281. 
Winter. See Seasons. 
Word of God. See Scriptures. 
Work, Called to, 360, 666. 
Work, Enjoined, 356. 
Work, Finished, 316. 
Work, In the vineyard, 324 4 . 
Work, Of Christians, 324, 331, 

355' 356, 359-362, 378-380, 

386, 446, 450, 666, 672, 681, 

723- 

Work, Of the Spirit. See Holy 

Spirit. 
Work, Not in vain, 324 4 . 
Work, Results of, 359. 
Working, 361, 723. 
Works and Faith. See Faith 

and Works, 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 

Works, Unavailing, 296". 
World, Delusive, 349. 
World, Enmity of, 246 4 . 
World, Renounced, 349. 
World, Unsatisfying, 181. 
Worrying, 528 s , 630 :! . 
Worship, Blessings of, 7, 8, 28, 

31- 

Worship, Calls to. I, 19, 42, 

46, 60, 63, 75-77, 125. 
Worship, Close of, 2, 12, 14, 

15^ 2I > 53- 3°9. 553- 642, 

667. 
Worship, Evening. 6, 9, 16, 

53o, 53i> 533' 535- 
Worship, Family, 523-535. 
Worship, Invitations to, 266. 
Worship, Joy in, 8, 44, 46, 74, 

175' 178, 537- 
Worship, Morning, 66 1 , 525- 

527' 532, 534- 
Worship, Opening of, 1, 3, 4, 
10, 11, 17, 22, 62, 497. 



Worship, Universal, 19, 61 2 , 
72, 76, 77, 105, 125. 

Year, New, 497, 558-565. 
Yoke, Easy, 205 3 , 219". 
Youth. See Childhood. 

Zeal, Enjoined, 354, 356, 358, 

521, 642, 657, 670. 
Zeal, Implored, 398, 443, 554, 

680. 
Zeal, Lost, 399. 
Zeal, Restored, 500. 
Zion, Beloved, 394. 
Zion, City of God, 392, 550. 
Zion, Daughters of, 94. 
Zion, Enlarged, 487. 
Zion, Favored, 387, 393, 394, 

445' 487- 
Zion, Prayer for, 394, 404. 
Zion, Rejoicing, 74, 487. 
Zion, Security of, 175, 387, 392, 

393- 
Zion, Songs of, 74, 



397 



Index of Scripture Texts. 



Ch. TV/-. 


Thjmn 


1 1 


20 


1 16 


78, 164 


2 3 


174 


2 7 


77 


315 


107 


\ 19 


565 


S 24 32 


297. 401 


6 3 


207 


s 22 


562, 563 


in 17 


213 


19 22 


213. 21 6 


22 14 83. 


293, 546, 


548 





Ch. Ver. 

32 49-52 
83 25 

33 27 

33 2!) 



105 
32 

3d 
18 



Hymn 

610, 616 

286, 287 
387 
224 



34 1 610, 616, 626 
Joshua. 

1 8 



34 
23 14 
21 15 



Judges. 



22 18 

28 10-12 
2.8 12 
3145 
32 24-20 25, 35, 39, 

51, 222. 

32 26 264 
35 3 222 
135 15 32 
47 9 571 
49 33 569 

Exodus. 

13 21,22 307,533 

II 15 365 

15 2 73, 300 

15 26 539 

16 4 553 

16 23 177 

17 11 39 
20 8 174. 175, 176, 

177, 17S. 

25 17 38,311 

•2.". 22 38 

29 38-43 197 

33 14 496 
33 22 296 

Leviticus. 
16 21 283 

25 10 441 

26 39-42 227 

Numbers. 
6 24 26 

10 29 406 

23 10 573. 571 

24 17 93 

Deuteronomy. 

3 25 614, 616 

3 27 626 

18 15 124 
2617,18 2.58,251 

29 17 473 

30 19 181 

31 6 30 

32 3 495 
32 29 213 
82 31 333 



24 
18 3 



Ruth. 



1 16 

1 20 

2 12 



29 
I. Samuel. 



166 

293 
310 
251 



227 
560 

251 

307 

,387 



29 

2 10 

3 1 
7 12 



387 
73 
167 

18 



II. Samuel.; 



22 2, 3 
22 4 
22 31 



328 
60 
11 



I. Kings. 



3 5 
8 30 

18 21 

I. ClIRONICLES. 



25 
495 
208 



29 5 
29 15 



272, 273 
567 



II. Chronicles. 



6 14 
6 18 
6 21 
15 12-15 



285 
49il 
489 



Ezra. 



3 11 

8 22 



252 
73, 387 

Nehemiah. 
13-11 405 

4 6 356 

4 20 363 

92 60 

9 6 60, 78 

Esther. 
116 211,231 

Job. 

1 21 . 22 593 

2 10 307, 5*3 



Ch. Ver. Hymn 

7 6 559. 571 

7 16 588 

13 15 288, 319, 320 

14 1 565 
14 14 309, 570 
19 25 23, 104, 128 
26 13 147 
29 2 400 
29 3 401 
33 4 147 
38 41 546 

Psalms. 

1 2 172, 173 

1 6 527 

2 4 73 
2 6 17, 475 
2 8 105,468,481 

2 11 22 

3 3 74 

3 5 6, 525, 528 

4 8 13 

5 3 526, 527 
5 7 59 
5 11 11,26 

8 2 424, 425. 428 
16 5 2,0,541 

16 6 252 

17 7 30 
17 8 531 

17 15 295 

18 2 328 

18 35 326 

19 1 35,78,164,200 
19 6 468 
19 7 168 
19 10 351 
21 4 528 
23 65,71,306,336. 

423, 434. 

23 4 370 

24 1 184, 549 

26 8 394 

27 1 311, 334 
27 5 387 
27 8 24. 50. 233 
27 14 35 
29 2 1 

29 11 318 

30 5 322, 325 
32 1 351 
32 8 110 
34 7 542 
34 8 57, 107 
34 18 56, 228. 229 
35 18 10 

36 7 30 

37 3 322, 540 
37 5 325 

39 4 568 

40 1-3 18, 187 
42 1,2 32,344.388 

42 1 1 25 

43 3 388 



Ch. Ver. Hymn 

44 1 512 

45 3 17, 124 

46 1 37, 300,818,334 
48 1 495 
48 2 391 
48 12, 13 391 
501 75 
511 227 
51 5 231 
51 7 193 
51 10 267 
51 17 56, 228. 229 
55, 17 2, 7, 326, 

532, 533 
55 22 182 
57 1 43, 189. 297 
57 8 30, 532 
59 16, 17 52S 
611,2 300 
62 1,2 286 

62 5 25, 286 

63 1 262 
65 8 525 

65 11 561,563 

66 1 76 
66 13 49 
66 16 46 
69 13 539 
72 4 86,91,475 
72 7 76 
72 11 468 
72 15 44, 468 
72 17 44. 106, 107 

72 18, 19 54, 467 

73 24 170, 306 

73 25 369, 548 

74 22 472 
78 14-16 553 
84 1 388, 394 
,84 2 32, 38.8 
.84 10 178 
84 11 74, 530 

84 12 26 

85 6 395, 396, 402 

404. 405. 
87 3 392 

89 15 191, 194 

90 1,2 80,568 

90 10 558, 559, 565 

91 1 189 

91 4 189, 297 
Hi ti 533 

92 1-5 30, 40, 177 
92 11 430 

93 1 73 
95 6 59 
95 7 179, 217 

100 60, 77, 514, 
517. 

101 2 267 
103 252, 539 
103 1-2 37, 40. 60. 

84, 225. 
103 8-12 83,188,286 
103 13 541 



Ch. Ver. Hymn 
103 34 106, 375 
105 6 105 
113 3 75 
113 4 60 
113 7 86 
116 1,2 33 

116 12-14 27,49,188 

514. 

117 510,514,517 

118 22 389 

118 24 175 

119 166, 167 
119 9 171 
119 11 172 
119 105 176, 338 
121 14,51,62, 

335. 

125 1,2 290, 387 

393. 

126 5,6 331,499 
132 16 440 
1:33 1 415, 416 

136 1 83 

137 1-4 557 

137 5, 6 394 

138 2 30 

139 24 71,257,419 

144 15 224 

145 1, 2 4 

146 2 26,225 
146 7 44 
146 8 44 

146 10 469 

147 1 20 

148 19, 40, 85 

149 2 537, 544 

150 20, 86, 531 

Proverbs. 

17 81 

I 24-26 230 
3 9, 10 482 
3 13 10 

3 33 523 

4 27 343, 419 

6 23 166, 167, 423 

7 2 343 

8 17 426, 436, 437 

II 30 427 
14 14 399, 400 
14 32 573, 574 

18 24 226 
19 17 384 
20 1 505, 507 

22 11 45, 46 

23 26 269 
23 31 506 
23 32 501, .502, 504, 

505. 
27 1 213 
30 7-9 295, 307, 553 

Ecclesiastes. 
12 371 

51,2 24, 388, 394 



Ch. Ver. Hymn 

5 4,5 49 

8 8 179 

9 10 354, 532, 566 

11 I 324,356,474 
116 324 

12 1 426, 427, 431 

12 7 577 

Song op Sol- 
omon. 

1 3 371 

14 33 

1 7 373 

2 1 43' 
2 16 372 

4 16 402 

5 10 127 

5 16 57 

6 10, 16 440 

8 6, 7 350 

Isaiah. 
118 204.231,241 

478. 
2 2-4 515, 516, 517 
4 5 392 

6 1-7 60, 87 

6 3 66 

9 2 94, 476 
9 6 57, 89, 90, 92, 

124. 347. 
9 7 63, 105, 134 
111-9 42,468 

12 1 30, 88, 195 
12 2 60,161,193 
12 3 550 

12 5,6 10,11,28, 

252, 275. 
14 32 392 

2111,12 438,4.83 

24 23 469 

25 6 223 

26 3,4 347,348,387 
26 12 303 
28 16 389, 390 
32 2 296, 297 
32 17 254 
32 20 524 
as 17 254, 610 
35 1, 2 487 
35 10 63, 249, 461 

544. 

40 1,2 478 

40 8 261 

40 11 336,423,434, 

436, 448. 

40 29-31 22 

41 9 470 

41 10 257, 333 

42 3 101 
42 7 476 

42 16 44 

43 1 , 2 309, 333, 374 

44 22 208 

45 19 24 



398 



INDEX OF SCRIPTURE TEXTS. 



Ch. Ver. Hymn 
45 22 219,654 

45 28 - 105 

49 16 393, 394 

50 10 557 

51 9 470 

51 12 323 

52 1,2 1)4,897 
52 7 445, 468 

52 10 48 

53 1 48, 108, 120 

245. 
53 6 244, 283 
55 1 190, 202, 209 
55 2,3 2' '3 
55 4 353 
55 24, 214, 218 

236. 
55 7 179, 208. 218, 

227, 236. 
55 12, 13 90, 487 
57 15 75 

57 20, 21 181. 192 

58 13 34, 74 

59 16 198 

60 1-3 24, 94, 476 

483. 
611,2 91,475 

61 3 478 

61 10 248 

62 1 394 

62 3 105 

63 5 187 
63 7 30 

63 11 395 

64 2 264 
66 1 267 
66 8 476 

Jeremiah. 

2 12, 13 291 

3 22 208 
8 22 250 
15 15 41 
18 7,8 26,511 
236 3 
31 3 30 
31 33 342 
33 3 337 

50 4, 5 219, 266 

51 15 78 

Lamentation's. 



1 1 
3 19 
3 24 



109 
105 

250 



EZEKIEL. 

3 17 438 

11 19 152, 160 
18 30, 31 220, 221, 

352. 

33 tl 217,220,221 

34 1116 336,423, 

549 

36 25-27 262', 268. 

342. 

37 1-10 15l| 187, 

231. 

. Daniel. 

18 298. 354 

2 44 17, 390, 468 

3 17 246, 299, 393 
7 9 11,17,70,137 
7 13 137 
7 27 468 

12 2 181,615 
12 3 356, 360, 480, 

627. 



Ch. Ver. Hymn 

Hosba. 
6 1 208 

6 3 27 

6 6 197 

114 251 

1 1 8 220, 236 

13 14 133, 580, 587 

14 4 403 

Joel. 
2 1 596, 598, 599 

2 28 29 443 

3 14 220, 230 

3 18 202 

Amos. 

4 12 597, 598, 599 
54 217 

6 1 601 

Obadiah. 

1 21 468 

Jonah. 

1 2 14 
3 9,10 83,230,236 

Micah. 

2 10 256, 624 

7 8 557 
7 18,19 82,83.102 

Nahuji. 
1 7 296, 318 

1 15 445. 478 

Habakkttk. 

1 13 66 

2 1 270 

2 20 74 

3 2 395,396,402, 

404, 405. 

3 17-19 308, 348, 

375, 561 

Haqgai. 

2 7 90, 623 
Zechariah. 

1 5 569 

4 6 146, 154, 158 
4 7 198 
9 12 189,311,387 

12 10 136, 137 

13 1 193,276,296 

14 7 34, 545, 557 

Malachi. 

1 11 470 

3 1 277 
3 2 .137 
3 7 208 
3 10 402, 482 
3 16 415, 422 

3 17 258 

4 2 135, 375 

Matthew. 

1 21 44, 106, 107 

2 2 90. 93, 99 

2 9, 10 93, 99 

3 11 145.159.160 

4 1-11 101,318, 

338. 

5 4 24, 334 
5 5 205, 267 
5 6 262, 405 
5 8 64, 262, 267 
5 10-12 314 



Ch. Ver. Hymn 
5 14-16 339, 356 

5 18 310 
60 31 

6 9 55,541 
6 10, 5, 307, 308 

347. 
6 12 227 

13 257 

6 19-21 362, 526 

6 25-34 326, 375 

7 7 24, 25, 68 
7 12 415 

7 24 391 

8 11 414 

8 26 555 

9 27 239, 240 
9 36-38 446. 447, 

471. 
10 22 270, 301 

10 32 279,314 

10 42 359, 406 
115 44 

11 28 25.83,181,190. 

204, 219, 291 

11 29. 30 205 

12 20 101 

13 3 53 
13 16 445 
14 14 277 

14 23 43, 338 
14 24-27 99, 297 
14 30 382 
16 18 365,390,391 
16 24 119,270,314, 

315, 357. 

16 27 136,137,139 

17 20 246 

18 3 67 
18 11 187 
18 19 38 

18 20 8, 22. 62, 412, 

491. 

19 13-15 424, 427, 

433, 434 

19 16 212 

20 4 356, 360, 362 

21 16 424,425,426, 

428 

21 28 356, 360 

22 4 215 
24 12 158 
24 13 333 

24 30 598 

25 6 136, 137 
25 10 216 
25 31-46 136, 137 

597, 598 
599. 
25 34 63 

25 40 378, 379 

26 11 380 
26 36-39 114,119 

345. 

26 41 270,301 

27 29 126, 196 
27 33-38 108, 109, 

111, 117 
27 46 115 

27 51 109,118 

27 66 133 

28 1-8 117, 119, 

132, 133 

28 fi 131,133 

28 19 444,479,480 

28 20 309,311,373, 

374. 

Mark. 

1 40 180, 241 

2 14 -m 



Ch. V 


er. 


Hymn 


2 17 






218 


2 27 




175 


178 


4 26-28 


53 


324 


4 39 




44 


555 


5 34 




260 


403 


7 37 






36 


8 36 






352 


8 38 






297 


9 24 






189 


9 41 






380 


10 13- 


16 


424, 


425, 






426, 


433 


10 17 






212 


10 21 




314 


401 


10 28- 


30 




269 


1241- 


44 




360 


13 13 




270 


301 


13 37 


270, 3( 


352 


14 32 






119 


14 36 




307 


308 


15-30 35 




108 


16 15 


77 


165, 


308, 




439, 444 


450 




Lu 


iE. 




146 






57 


178, 


79 


96, 
47b 


135, 


28 






' 97 


2 10 


90, 


91,92,97 


2 13, 


14 


95 


96, 






97 


100 


2 22 


418, 451 


452 


4 18 


44,91, 
475. 


163, 


6 3S 






385 


7 49, 


50 




403 


9 23 


314,315 


357 


10 39 






31 


10 42 






273 


11 1 




47, 52, 59 


112-4 


55, 2f 


12 32 




329 


38i ; 


12 35-37 




304 


133 




179 


227 


13 24 






206 


14 15 






455 


14 17 




183, 


209, 






215, 


460 


15 2 






232 


15 18 


211 


,241 


243 


16 10 






359 


17 5 




554 


615 


18 13 


e 


, 182 


227 


18 18 






212 


19 10 




185 


187 


19 41, 


42 


206, 
216. 


213, 


2219, 


20 


455, 
459. 


457, 


22 44 






108 


23 28 






117 


23 33 


108,11 


223 


23 35 




109, 


111, 






112, 


113 


23 42 




41 


232 


23 45 




108 


109 


24 29 


12, 50 


65, 




535, 552. 


24 32 






50 


24 34 




123 


133 


24 36 






62 


24 50, 


51 




249 




John. 




14 






103 


1 12 






106 


i 14 






98 


1 29 




196, 


197. 






260, 


554 



Ch. Ver. Hymn 

3 3 250,251,252 

316 28,79,187, 

329. 

3 17 186 

4 14 191,197,241 

4 35 300, 861 

5 39 166,172,173 

6 20 329, 332, 555 
6 34 553 
6 37 83 
6 48 553 

6 68 294 

7 37 190, 191 

8 12 190 

9 4 356, 357, 361 
9 25 195, 278, 346 
011-16 423,613 
13 294 
1 25 578 

1 28 230 

2 8 380 
.2 32 111 

3 7 540 
3 8. 9 268 

3 34 415,416,417 

4 2 292, 602, 603, 
609. 

4 3 136, 137, 556, 

611. 
4 6 103, 341 

4 16 17 140,141. 
142, 143 
4 19 151 

4 26 154 

4 27 - 313 

5 5 411 

5 26 156, 157 

6 7-14 152 

6 13 140,141, 
142, 155 

6 14 161 

7 17 169 
7 20 129 

7 24 556 

8 37 10 

9 30 116,117,118 
9 34 108, 296 
!0 22 140, 149, 154 

21 15 330, 369 

2117 33,81,297 

21 21 295 

Acts. 

1 9 249, 339 

1 11 ■ 136, 137 

2 1-4 48, 145 148, 

150,153,264, 

340, 395. 

2 41 449 

2 47 406, 407, 408 

4 12 44.106,283, 

297. 

4 32 413 

5 31 103 

7 55-60 572, 573, 

574. 

8 39 224 

9 11 47 
10 36 105 
10 38 3S0, 383 
14 22 357,615,627 
16 9 361,368,473 
16 31 241,242,296 

16 34 251 

17 28 61 
17 30,31 179,227 
20 28 394 
20 35 3S1,383, 386 

22 6 222 



Ch. Ver. Hymn 



24 16 
24 25 
26 18 



343 
230 
419 



Romans. 

116 121, 165,279 

2 4 83, 230, 236 

3 25 118,193 290 
5 1 247, 248, 249 
5 2 35 
5 3, 4 326 
5 5 18, 79, 158 
5 6 108,120,187 
5 8 265 
5 20, 21 30, 198 
611 111,370 
8 1 247, 370, 870 
8 2, 3 248 
8 14 306 
8 16 254,255,280, 

281, 376. 

8 17, 18 329 

8 26 158 

8 33 292 

8 37 247, 248 

10 4 206, 247, 248 

11 33 35 

12 1 27, 272 
12 2 267, 338, 349 
1311 398,538,551 
14 8 271,355 
14 12 352 
15 13 21 
16 27 15 

I. Corinthians. 



248 
349 
154, 160, 161 
140, 147, 150, 
156, 494. 
258, 263, 272, 
366, 367. 

302, 358 

296 

58 

29 455 459. 

462, 466 

461, 465 

151 

370 

295, 540 543 

253. 346 

117,123,128 

122, 130. 468 

122. 587 

298, 863, 484 



2 10 

3 16 

6 20 

9 26 
10 4 
10 31 
1123- 

1126 
12 3 

12 27 

13 12 
15 10 
15 20 
15 25 

15 57 

16 13 



II. Corinthians. 



1 12 
1 22 

3 IS 

4 17 ! 

4 18 

5 1 
57 
5 10 

5 14 

517 : 
62 ; 

7 1 

7 10 : 
89 

96 ! 
9 15 
12 9. 10 



343 

141. 154. 

155. 161 

, 276. 277 

,292.317 

567 

611,612 

545 

597. 598. 

600, 601 

27, 442 

, 250. 340 

,213,216 

401.421 

,228,239 

. 195. 381 

, 380. 474 

44 

314 



dyy 



INDEX. OF SCRIPTURE TEXTS. 



Ch. Ver. Hymn 

Galatians. 
2 9 407 

2 20 27,346,&50 

3 28 370 

4 6 251,255,256 
4 15 399, 401 

4 18 398 
51 247,321,363 

5 6 45 

5 22 35, 140, 141 

6 2 377, 386 
6 9 324, 360, 447 
6 14 111,112, 

121, 223 

Ephesians. 

1 7, 8 108, 111, 

193. 
1 13,14 151,152, 

155. 

1 20, 21 105, 126, 

130, 249 

2 4-7 198, 200 
2 8 195 

2 20 389 
3 15 409 

3 17 275, 340 

3 18,19 212,224, 

349, 350 

4 6 274 
4 8 122, 126, 

127, 249 

4 30 327 

5 25, 27 394, 421 

6 10-17 39,302,303, 

304, 363, 
364, 365. 

Philippians. 
1 6 195, 198 

1 21 295, 578, 588 

2 5 261, 303 



Ch. Ver. Hymn 
2 9 105,107,125 
2 10,11 105, 468 

2 12, 13 146 

3 7, 8 45, 349 
3 14 321,333,358 

3 21 587 

4 4 323, 537 
4 6, 7 7, 189, 282, 

313. 
4 11,12 289,317 
4 13 270, 287 

CoLossiANs. 

1 12 77, 177 

1 14 193, 197 

1 19 283, 467 

1 20 5, 282 

2 3 57, 124 
2 6, 7 370, 401 
2 10 247 

2 14,15 117,132 

3 1-3 31,45,349, 

537, 550. 
3 11 5,69,259, 
347. 366, 
372. 

I.Thessalonians 

3 13 137,139,261 

4 14 572 

4 16,17 131,136, 

137, 592 

5 5-8 298,301,358 
5 16 537 
5 17 9, 31 
5 19 207 
5 23, 24 264, 276 

278. 

II. Thessalonians 

1 7-10 136, 137, 
138. 



Ch. Ver. Hymn 

3 1 473, 476, 

478, 480 

3 13 324, 366, 

367, 447 

I. Timothy. 

1 5 267, 554 

115 36,90,91, 
102. 

1 17 17 

2 5,6 101,125, 

128, 256 

4 16 438 
6 12 298,301,484, 

521, 522. 

II. Timothy. 

1 8 247 
112 46,i279, 282 

2 3 304 
2 12 126, 133 
2 15 438 

2 J9 26, 329 

3 12 298, 314 

3 15-17 165, 166 

4 6-8 298, 363, 

364, 560 

Titus. 

2 11,12 97,267, 

339. 
2 13 102, 339 

2 14 102, 108, 120 

3 5 146,197. 

198, 199 

Hebrews. 

11,2 5, 166, 477 
2 9 101,105, 109 



Ch. Ver. Hymn 
2 10 109, 120, 196 
2 17, 18 101, 124 
4 4 174 

4 7 217, 230 

4 9 ((06,611,616 
4 12 171 

4 14, 15 101 

4 16 38, 68. 234, 

294, 334. 

5 7 101,114,119 

6 18 297, 387 

7 24, 25 256, 276, 

312, 421 
9 11, 12 197 

9 14 146 

9 22 199 

9 28 130,139 

10 4 197 

1019-22 68,116 

10 25 22 
111,6 212,246 
118-10 489,624 

11 13 524,436,624 
1116 254,614,618 

11 32-39 246 
121 358 

12 2 277,293,329, 

332, 335, 615 
12 5-11 121,305, 

541. 
12 22 284 

12 24 248, 268 

13 1 420,422 
13 5,6 309,310 

316, 333 



James. 



1 12 
127 
47 
48 
4 14 



298 
381 
312 
32 
354 



Ch. Ver. Hymn 
5 16 39, 51 

5 20 356, 360, 377 

I. Peter. 

1 8 23, 57, 106, 

350. 
1 15, 16 66, 276, 
631. 

1 18, 19 193 

2 6, 7 389, 467 
2 9 195 
2 21 23, 338, 345 

2 24 108,109.110, 

113, 185,244 

3 7 39 

3 22 63 105, 125 

4 12-14 315 

5 7 43, 316, 326 

1 1. Peter. 

14 329, 333 

1 21 160, 167 

3 10 137, 138 



I. John. 



107 



1 3 

1 5 9 

1 7 44, 193. 197, 

262, 276, 296, 



1 9 

2 1 

2 15-17 

3 1 
32 



231 
128 
556 
42 
37, 346 



3 3 135,254,554 

3 14 254, 278 

4 7, 8 329, 416 
4 10 42 
4 16 82 



Ch. Ver. 
4 19 
54 



Hymn 
29 
292 



1 20 418, 419 

Revelation. 

15,6 141 

1 7 130, 136, 137 
118 117,128,130 

2 10 298, 358 

3 20 201,210,297 

3 21 129, 130, 363 

4 4 72 

4 8 66 
111,12 2,105,125 

5 5 122 
5 9 36, 58, 105 
511 623 

5 12 196 

6 17 138 

7 9 623 
7 9-17 10. 16, 23, 

28,61, 193 
432. 
11 15 468, 470, 475 

14 13 573. 575 

15 3 63, 66 
19 4 105 
19 6 43, 468 
19 12-16 122 126, 

127. 
211 607 
21 1-4 16.602,603, 
605, 620. 

21 6 191 
2125 622 

22 1, 2 625 
22 4 57 
22 17 191,202 
22 21 4, 21 



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Index of First Lines. 



Note. — Titles of hymns in Gospel Song Department in Small Caps 



Hymn 

Abide with me : fast falls the even . . 552 

A broken heart, my God, my King . . 229 

Accept this house, O gracious God . . 493 

According to Thy gracious word . . . 459 

A charge to keep I have 352 

A few more years shall roll 570 

Again, as evening's shadow falls ... 9 

Alas : and did my Saviour bleed . . . 108 

All and always all for Jesus. 366 

All and always for the King 368 

All hail the power of Jesus' name . . 105 

All praise to Him who reigns above . . 641 

All praise to Thee, eternal Lord ... 98 

All praise to Thee, my God, this night 40 

A.11 praise to the Lamb ! accepted lam 274 

All praise to our redeeming Lord . . 418 

All that I was, my sin, my guilt. . . 253 

All things are ready, come 215 

Almighty God, Thy word is cast ... 53 

Always with us, always with us . . . 374 

Amazing grace ! how sweet the sound 195 

Amazing sight, the Saviour stands . . 210 

Am I a soldier of the cross 298 

And can I yet delay 269 

And let this feeble body fail 581 

And that's enough for me 661 

And will the great eternal God .... 490 

And wilt thou yet be found 235 

Angels, roll the rock away 132 

Another hand is beckoning us ... . 585 

Approach, my soul, the mercy seat . . 234 

Are yotj a reaper 722 

Are you ready 679 

Are you washed in the blood 662 

Are you weary, are you heavy-hearted 659 

Arise, my soul, arise 256 

Arise, ye .saints, arise 353 

Arm of the Lord, awake, awake . . . 470 

Around the throne of God in heaven . 432 

As distant lands beyond the sea . . . 601 



40 



Hymn 

Asinner like me 694 

Asleep in Jesus ! blessed sleep .... 572 

As lives the flower within the seed . . 652 

As pants the heart for cooling streams 344 

At the feec of Jesus lying 713 

At the cross, at the cross 714 

At che sounding of the trumpet . . . 649 

Awake, and sing the song 63 

Awake, Jerusalem, awake 397 

Awake, my soul, and with the sun . . 532 

Awake, my soul, in joyful lays . ... 30 

Awake, my soul, stretch every nerve . 358 

Awake, my tongue ! thy tribute bring 35 

Away, my unbelieving fear 288 

A wondrous boon to man is given. . . 707 

Before Jehovah's awful throne .... 77 

Before Thy face, my God, I fall ... 5 

Behold a Stranger at the door .... 201 

Behold the Saviour of mankind . . . 109 

Behold the sure foundation stone. . . 389 

Behold the throne of grace 68 

Behold what manner of love . . ■ . . 676 

Be tranquil, O my soul 289 

Beyond the smiling and the weeping . 630 

Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine . . . 639 

Blessed be the name 641 

Blessed fountain, full of grace .... 346 

Blessed moments of prayer 670 

Blest are the pure in heart 64 

Blest are the sons of peace 413 

Blest be the tie that binds 422 

Blest day of God, most calm, most . . 176 

Blest hour, when mortal man retires . 8 

Blest is the man whose softening heart 386 

Bondage and death the cup contains . 504 

Brethren in Christ and well-beloved . 407 

Brethren, while we sojourn here . . . 312 

Brightest and best of the sons of the 93 

Building for Eternity 721 

I 



INDEX OF FIRST LINES. 



By and by we shall meet Him . 
By cool Siloam's shady rill . . . 
By Thy birth and by Thy tears 



Hymn 

. 665 
. 430 
. 237 



Calm on the bosom of thy God .... 583 
Calm on the listening ear of night . . 96 
Cast thy bread upon the water .... 474 

Children, loud hosannas sing 421 

Children of the heavenly King .... 550 

Christ for the world we sing 481 

Christ is All, all in all 684 

Christ is All to Him that trusteth . . . 366 
Christ is coming! let creation. . . . 136 

Christ liveth in me 652 

Christ the Lord is risen to-day .... 133 
Christ whose glory fills the skies . . . 135 

Cleansing wave 700 

Come, all ye saints, to Pisgah's moun 626 

Come at the morning hour 534 

Come, happy souls, approach your God 42 
Come higher, all ye weary souls . . . 2Q5 
Come, Holy Ghost, my soul inspire. . 280 
Come, Holy Ghost, our hearts inspire . 160 
Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire . 154 
Come, Holy Spirit, calm my mind . . 144 

Come, Holy Spirit, come 152 

Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove . . 158 

Come home 647 

Come, humble sinner, in whose breast 211 
Comeim, thou blessed of the Lord . . 406 
Come, let us anew our journey pursue. 560 
Come, let us join our cheerful songs . 125 
Come, let us use the grace Divine . . 266 
Come, my soul, thy suit prepare ... 25 

Come, O Creator Spirit blest 147 

Come on, my partners in distress . . . 329 

Come, sing to me of heaven 621 

Come, sinners, to the Living One . . . 678 

Come, Thou Almighty King 17 

Come, Thou Fount of every blessing . 18 
Come, weary souls, with sin distressed 204 

Come, we that love the Lord 537 

Come, ye disconsolate 334 

Come, ye saints, behold and wonder . 131 
Come, ye sinners, poor and needy . . 218 
Come, ye souls by sin afflicted .... 219 
Come, ye that love the Saviour's name 46 
Consecration 658 

Daughter of Zion ! awake from thy . 94 

Day is dying in the west 2 

Dear Lord, once more the note of praise 4 



Hymn 

Dear refuge of my weary soul .... 294 

Dear Saviour, if these lambs should . 454 

Dear Saviour, we are Thine 370 

Deem not that they are blest alone . . 322 

Delightful work, young souls to win . 427 

Depth of mercy, can there be ... . 236 

Down at the cross where my Saviour . 656 



Earth, with it dark and dreadful ills 
Eat, drink in memory of your Friend 

Enough for me 

Equip me for the war 



584 

462 

. . . 66] 

... 303 

Eternal Father, Thou hast said . . . 469 
Eternal Spirit, we confess 146 



Fade, fade each earthly joy 372 

Fading, still fading, the last beam is 6 

Faith adds new charms to earthly bliss 242 

Far away in the depth of my spirit . 644 

Far from these narrow scenes of life . 618 

Father, in Whom we live 61 

Father ! I own Thy voice 70 

Father, I stretch my hands to Thee . 213 

Father of glory, to Thy name .... 88 

Father of love, our Guide and Friend 293 

Father of mercies in Thy Word . . . 166 

Father of mercies, send Thy grace . . 379 

Father, whate'er of earthly bliss . . . 348 

Fear not poor weary one 316 

Fill me now 712 

Firm and unmoved are they 290 

Follow all the way 650 

Forever here my rest shall be ... . 268 

Forever with the Lord 592 

For God and home and every land . . 522 

Fountain of mercy, God of love . . . 563 

Friend after friend departs 595 

From all that dwell below the skies . 76 

From Calvary a cry was heard . . . . 115 

From every stormy wind that blows . 38 

From Greenland's icy'mountains . . . 473 

From the cross, uplifted high .... 223 

From these Pisgah heights returning 642 

Full salvation, full salvation 276 



Gently, Lord, O gently lead us . . 
Give me the wings of faith to rise 

Give me thy heart 

Give to the winds thy fears . . . 
Glorious things of thee are spoken 

Glory be to the Lord 

Glory to God, hallelujah 

Glory to God on high 



309 
615 
706 
325 
392 
3 
668 
461 



4-02 



INDEX. OF FIRST LINES. 



Hymn 

Glory to his name 650 

Glory to Thee my God, this night . . 531 

Go, and the Saviour's grace proclaim . 439 

God be with you till we meet again . G77 

God bless our native land 509 

God calling yet! shall I not hear . . . 230 

God has said, Forever blessed .... 426 

God in the Gospel of His Son 163 

God is Love ; His mercy brightens . . 83 

God is my strong Salvation 311 

God is the Refuge of His saints . . . 387 

God moves in a mysterious way . . . 540 

God, my Supporter and my Hope . . 328 

God of all power and truth and grace . 261 

God of Thine Israel's faithful three . . 299 

Go forth again, ye men of God .... 5C0 

Go forth, ye heralds, in My name . . 441 

Go, labor on ; spend and be spent . ■ 356 

Go seek the lost and dying 480 

Go to dark Gethsemane 119 

Go to thy rest, dear child 596 

Go WORK TO-DAY 723 

Grace! 'tis a charming sound .... 198 
Gracious Lord, to Thee we raise ... 14 
Gracious Spirit, Love Divine .... 141 
Great God, attend, while Zion sings . 74 
Great God, beneath Whose piercing eye 516 
Great God of nations, now to thee . . 517 
Great God, Whose hand outpours the 502 
Great Husbandman, at Thy command 499 

Great is the Lord, our God 495 

Great King of nations, hear our prayers 511 
Great Lord of all Thy churches, hear . 396 
Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah . . . 553 

Hail my comrades! now the ensign. . 367 

Hail, Thou once-despised Jesus. '. . . 196 

Hail to the brightness of Zion's glad . 487 

Hail, to the Lord's Anointed 475 

Happy is he that fears the Lord . . . 384 

Happy soul, thy days are ended . . . 591 

Happy the home when God is there . 523 

Happy the souls to Jesus joined . . . 410 

Hark, hark, my soul ! angelic songs are 608 

Hark, the glad sound! the Saviour . 91 

Hark, the voice of Jesus calling . . . 360 

Hark! the voice of love and mercy . . 118 

Hark, what mean those holy voices . 1C0 

Hasten, sinner, to be wise 213 

Have you been to Jesus for the cleans 662 

He came to save me 683 

He dies, the Friend of sinners dies . . 117 



Hymn 

He has come 708 

He is calling 675 

He lives! the great Redeemer lives . . 128 
Here in Thy name, eternal God . . . 489 
He that goeth forth with weeping . . 331 

Hiding in the Rock 687 

His yoke is easy 693 

Ho! every one that thirsts, draw nigh 202 

Holy Bible, Book Divine 173 

Holy Ghost! with light Divine . . . .112 
Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty 66 
Holy! holy! holy! Lord God of Sabao 631 

Holy Spirit, faithful Guide 155 

Holy Spirit! gently come 143 

Holy Spirit, Truth Divine 140 

Hosanna! be the children's song . . . 428 

Hover o'er me, Holy Spirit 712 

How beautious are their feet 445 

How blest the righteous when he dies 573 
How blest the sacred tie that binds . 420 
How blest the thought that Jesus . . 715 

How can a sinner know 281 

How firm a foundation, ye saints of . 333 

How gentle God's commands 326 

254 
536 
388 
167 
467 
231 
171 
415 
575 
106 
52 
569 
371 
699 
567 



How happy every child of grace 
How happy is the pilgrim'slot . 
How pleasant, how Divinely fair 
How precious is the Book Divine. 
How precious is the name . . 
How sad our state by nature is 
How shall the young secure their . . 
How sweet, how heavenly is the sight 
How sweet the hour of closing day . . 
How sweet the name of Jesus sounds . 
How sweet to be allowed to pray . . 

How swift the torrents rolls 

How tedious and tasteless the hours . 

HOW THEY SING UP YONDER 

How vain is all beneath the skies . . . 

I know that my Redeemer lives . . . 710 

I am dwelling on the mountain .... 674 

I am satisfied with Jesus 711 

I bless the Christ of God 151 

I can hear my Saviour calling . . . . 650 

I entered once a home of care .... 684 

1 have a home above 620 

I have found repose for my weary soul 701 

I heard the voice of Jesus say .... 190 

I hear the words of love 282 

I know I love my Saviour now .... 278 

I lay my sins on Jesus 283 

I love Thy kingdom Lord 394 



4CX 



INDEX OF FIRST LINES. 



I! ii in n 

I love to steal awhile away 43 

I must tell Jesus all of my trials . . . GSG 
I saw One hanging on the tree .... 113 
I think, when I read that sweet story 433 
I thirst, Thou wounded Lamb of God 263 

I want a principle within 343 

I was once far away from the Saviour 694 
I will sing you a song of that beautiful 602 
I will take my cross and follow . . . (>o0 
I worship Thee, O HolyGhost .... 102 
I would commune with Thee .... 284 

I would not live alway 588 

If life in sorrow must be spent .... 317 

If you cannot on the ocean 361 

I knew that God in His word had . . 705 
I know that my Redeemer lives . . . 710 
I'll live for Him Who died for me . . GG4 
I'll praise my Maker while I've breath 2G 

I'm but a stranger here 624 

I'm not ashamed to own my Lord . . 279 
I'm glad that I was born to die . . . . 720 

I'm the child of a King 654 

In expectation sweet 580 

In God let all His saints rejoice . . . 323 
In the Christian's home in glory . . . GOG 

In the cross of Christ I glory 121 

In the Rock of Ages hiding G87 

In Thy name, O Lord, assembling . . 21 

Is MY NAME WRITTEN THERE G85 

IS NOT THIS THE LAND OF BEULAH . . 674 

It came upon the midnight clear . . . 95 

It is not death to die 578 

It is Thy hand my God 305 

I've anchored my soul in the haven of GG0 
I've found a Friend; O such a Friend 22G 



Jehovah reigns : His throne is high . 

Jerusalem, my happy home 

Jerusalem the golden 

Jesus calls us o'er the tumult .... 
Jesus, from Whom all blessings flow . 

Jesus, full of love Divine 

Jesus, full of truth and love 

Jesus, hail : enthroned in glory . . . 
Jesus hath died that I might live . . 
Jesus, I come to Thee for light .... 

Jesus, I live to Thee 

Jesus, I my cross have taken 

Jesus is pleading with my poor soul . 
Jesus, Jesus, now I trust Thee .... 

Jesus, Lamb of Gcd, for me 

Jesus, Lover of my soul 



73 
617 
607 
330 
421 
273 
ISO 
134 
265 
648 
271 
314 
671 
646 
238 
297 



Jesus, my All, to Heaven is gone 
Jesus, my Lord, how rich Thy grace 
Jesus, my Lord, my God, my All . . 
Jesus, my Strength, my Hope . . . 

Jesus, my Truth, my Way 

Jesus, Saviour, pilot me 

Jesus shall reign where'er the sun . 
Jesus, the Lord of glory, died . . . 
Jesus, the name high over all . . . 
Jesus, the word of mercy give . . . 
Jesus, Thou art the sinner's Friend 
Jesus, Thou soul of all my joys . . 
Jesus, Thy blood and righteousness 
Jesus, united by Thy grace .... 

Jesus, we look to Thee 

Jesus, while our hearts are bleeding 
Join all the glorious names .... 
Join all who love a Saviour's name . 
Joy, joy is mine, my Saviour Divine 
Joy to the world, the Lord is come . 
Just as I am, Thine Own to be . . . 
Just as I am, without one plea . . . 



Hymn 

. 249 

. 378 

. 337 

. 270 

. 341 

. 555 

. 463 

. 110 

. 107 

. 440 

. 232 

. 58 

. 248 

. 417 

. 62 

. 593 

. 124 

. 37 

. 708 

. 90 

. 437 

. 241 



Keep close to Jesus 718 

Kindred in Christ for His dear sake . 408 

Land ahead! its fruits are waving . . 719 
Lay your treasures higher, safer . . . 362 

Lead, kindly Light 306 

Lead me,0 my Father, lead me ... 71 

Lead me, Saviour 697 

Leaning on the everlasting arms . . 71 6 

Let every mortal ear attend 209 

Let every tongue Thy goodness speak . 8G 
Let Him to Whom we now belong . . 263 
Let me but hear my Saviour say . . . 287 
Let sainls below in concert sing . . . 409 
Let the nations awake to the signs of 521 
Let Zion's watchmen now awake . . . 438 
Life from the dead, Almighty God . . 503 
Life is the time to serve the Lord . . 566 

Lift me higher 692 

Lift up your eyes to the fields that are 722 
Lift up your heads, ye mighty gates . 184 
Lift up your hearts to things above . . 45 
Like a star of the morning in its beauty 698 

Little mission workers 645 

Lo! He comes, with clouds descending 137 
Look not upon the ruby wine .... 5G8 
Look, ye saints, the sight is glorious . JSC 
Lord, as to Thy dear cross we flee . . 345 
Lord, at this closing hour 15 



404 



INDEX OF FIRST LINES. 



Hymn 

Lord, at Thy table I behold 456 

Lord, dismiss us with Thy blessing . 21 

Lord God, the Holy Ghost 153 

Lord, I am Thine, entirely Thine . . 258 

Lord, I care not for riches 685 

Lord, I have made Thy Word my choice 172 
Lord, in the morning I will send . . . 526 
Lord, in the morning Thou shalt hear 527 
Lord, it belongs not to my care . . . 295 
Lord Jesus, when we stand afar . . . 1 J 2 
Lord, lead the way the Saviour went . 380 
L*ord of the harvest, bend Thine ear . 471 
Lord of the living harvest 446 



Lord of my life, O may Thy praise . . 528 
Lord, we believe to us and ours . . . 145 
Lord, we come before Thee now ... 24 
Lord, when we bend before Thy throne 56 
Lo, the day of Christ's appearing . . 139 
Love Divine, all love excelling .... 277 
Lovers of pleasure more than God . . 185 

Make channels for the streams of love 385 

Make haste, O man, to live 354 O 

Marching on 621 O 

Men of God, go, take your stations . . 498 O 

'Mid scenes of confusion and creature 629 O 

More Love to Thee, O Christ 33 O 

Mourn for the thousands slain .... 507 O 

Move forward 681 O 

Must Jesus bear the cross alone . . . 315 O 

My all is on the altar .' 658 O 

My body, soul, and spirit 658 O 

My country, 'tis of thee 508 O 

My dear Redeemer, and my Lord . . 338 O 

My faith looks up to Thee 554 O 

My Father, God ; how sweet the sound 255 O 

My Father, I have loved Thy truth . 548 O 

My Father is rich in houses and lands 654 O 

My God, how wonderful Thou art . . 89 O 

My God, I am Thine ; what a comfort 376 O 

My God, I know, I feel Thee mine . . . 264 O 

My God, is any hour so sweet .... 7 O 

My God, my Father, blissful name ." . 541 O 

My God, my Life, my Love 69 O 

My God, the covenant of Thy love . . 2S5 O 

My gracious Lord, I own Thy right . . 355 O 

My heart was burdened .ong 695 O 

My heavenly home is bright and fair . 609 O 

My Jesus, as Thou wilt 308 O 

My Jesus, I love Thee 708 O 

My Jesus knows 715 O 

My latest sun is sinking fast 717 O 

405 



Hymn, 

My life flows on in endless song . . . 225 

My life, my love, I give to Thee . . . 664 

My Precious Blble 698 

My soul, be on thy guard 301 

My soul complete in Jesus stands . . . 247 

My soul in sad exile was out on life's sea 660 

My soul, weigh not thy life 302 

My times of sorrow and of joy .... 320 

Nature with open volume stands . . . 200 

Nearer, my God, to Thee 32 

Nearer the cross my heart can say . . 653 

Never can the word be broken .... 310 

Night had fallen on the city 667 

Not all the blood of beasts 197 



Not to condemn the sons of men . . . 
Not what these hands have done . . . 
Now God be with us, for the night is 
Now, gracious Lord, Thine arm reveal 
Now, in a song of grateful praise . . . 



blessed moments, richly sweet . . . 

bless the Lord, my soul 

can we say we are ready, brother . . 

come, and dwell in me 

come, ange. band 

could I speak the matchless worth . 

day of rest and gladness 

eyes that are weary and hearts that 
for a closer walk with God ..... 
for a faith that will not shrink . . 
for a heart to praise m'y God . . . . 

for a shout of joy 

for a thousand tongues to sing . . . 
for that flame of living fire .... 
God, beneath Thy guiding hand . . 
God of love, O King of peace . . . 

God our help in ages past 

God, though countless worlds of 

God unseen, yet ever near 

happy day that fixed my choice . . 
Holy Ghost, I welcome Thee .... 
Holy Ghost, the Comforter .... 
how I fear Thee, living God .... 
how happy are they who their Saviour 

Jesus, full of grace 

Jesus, full of truth and grace . . . 
Jesus, King most wonderful .... 

Jesus, our exalted Lord 

Jesus, sweet the tears I shed .... 
land of rest for the I sigh 



186 

199 

13 

48 
36 

670 
252 
703 
340 
717 

57 
174 
332 
401 
246 
267 

28 

44 
395 
519 
515 

80 
491 
458 
251 
156 
157 

81 
224 
403 
260 
127 
463 
245 
619 



INDEX OF FIRST LINES. 



Light in darkness, Joy in grief . 
< ) Lord, our fathers oft have told . 

o Lord, our God, arise 

() Lord, Thou art my Lord . . . . 
o Lord, Thy work revive .... 
O Lord, while we confess the worth 
O love Divine, how sweet thou art 
Love Divine ; matchless grace 
O Love, surpassing knowledge . . 
Love, Thy sovereign aid impart 
my soul, bless thou Jehovah . . 
O my soul, what means this sadness 
O now I see the cleansing wave 
i > sacred head, now wounded . 
O spread the tidings round . . 
O tell me no more of this world's vain 

that I could forever dwell 

o the children of the Lord have a rig 
o Thou, from Whom all goodness flow 

Thou God of my salvation 

O Thou, in "Whose presence my soul 
O Thou, to Whose all-searching sight 
O Thou, Who all things canst control 
O Thou, "Whose Own vast temple stan 
O Thou, Whose tender mercy hears . 

O Thy wonderful love 

O turn ye, for why will ye die .... 
O what amazing words of grace . . . 
O what stupendous mercy shines . . . 

O when shall I see Jesus 

() where are kings and empires now . 
() where is now that glowing love . . 

O where shall rest be found 

O worship the King all-glorious above 
O worship the Lord in the beauty of 
O'er the hills the sun is setting . . . . 
Once more, my soul, the rising day . 
Once more, O Lord, assembling . . . 

Ols'E BY ONE WE'LL ALL BE GATHERED . 

One cup of healing oil and wine . . . 

One sweetly solemn thought 

On Jordan's stormy banks I stand . . 
Only waiting till the shadows . . . . 
On the mountain top appearing . . . 

Onward, Christian soldier 

Our children, Lord, in faith and pray 
Our children Thou dost claim .... 
Our country's voice is pleading . . . 
Our country, unrivaled in beauty . . 
Our Father, God, Who art in heaven . 

Our few revolving years 

Our God is Love ; and all His saints . 



Hymn 
369 

512 
472 
250 
404 
440 
350 
457 
661 
259 
84 
335 
700 
120 
663 
556 
31 
668 
41 
23 
373 
257 
398 
492 
233 
640 
221 
191 
381 
364 
390 
399 
181 
11 
1 
551 
525 
497 
673 
3S2 
538 
614 
590 
478 
365 
452 
451 
486 
520 
55 
559 
416 



Paul and Silas 

Peace, peace, wonderful peace . . . 
Peace, sweet peace ........ 

Peace, troubled soul, thou needst not 
Pitying Saviour, look with blessing 
Planted in Christ, the living Vine . 
Plunged in a gulf of dark despair . 
Pour out Thy spirit from on high . 
Praise the Lord ! ye Heavens, adore 
Praise to God ; immortal praise . . 
Praise to Thee, Thou great Creator 
Prayer is the soul's sincere desire . 
Prince of peace, control my will . . 
Proclaim, saith Christ, My wondrous 

Quiet Lord, my forward heart . . . 

Remember thy Creator now .... 

Return and come to God 

Return, O wanderer, now return . . 

Revive Thy work, O Lord 

Revive us again 

Rise, glorious Conqueror, rise . . . 

Rock of Ages, cleft for me 

Rocks and storms I'll fear no more . 
Round the Lord, in glory seated . . 



Hymn 
. 667 
. 644 
. 669 
. 546 
. 239 
. 411 
. 187 
. 443 
19 
. 561 
. 20 
. *47 
347 
450 

67 

431 
214 
208 
405 
680 
122 
296 
719 



Safe in Jesus 713 

Safe within the vail 719 

Salvation ! O the joyful sound .... 194 
Saviour, again to Thy dear name we . 12 
Saviour, at Thy footstool bending . . 425 
Saviour, breath an evening blessing . 533 

Saviour, lead me lest 1 stray 697 

Saviour, like a shepherd lead us . . . 423 
Saviour of men, Thy searching eye . . 442 

Saviour of our ruined race 466 

Saviour, teach me day by day .... 29 

Saviour, Thy dying love 27 

Saviour, visit Thy plantation .... 402 
Saviour, Why Thy flock art feeding . 434 
Say, sinner, hath a voice within . . . 207 
Scorn'not the slightest word or deed . 359 
See, gracious Lord, before Thy throne 513 
See how the hosts of Christ endeavor . 688 
See Israel's gentle Shepherd stand . . 448 

See, Jesus, Thy disciples see 412 

Servant of God, well done 579 

Servants of God, in joyful lays .... 75 

Shall I be saved to-night 671 

Shall we find them at the portals 689 
Shall we sing in heaven forever . . . 605 



406 



INDEX Of FIRST LINES. 



II y in n 
Shed not a tear o'er your friend's early 594 

Shepherd of tender youth •. 436 

Shine on our souls, eternal God . . . . 529 

Show pity, Lord, O Lord, forgive . . . 227 

Silently the shades of evening .... 16 

Silent night, holy night 704 

Sing, all, ye ransomed of the Lord . . 544 

Sinner, Jesus loves you 682 

Sinners, obey the Gospel Word .... 183 

Sinners, the voice of God regard . . . 192 

Sinners, turn ; why will you die . . . 220 

Sinners, will you scorn the message . 217 

Softly and tenderly 647 

Softly fades the twilight ray 34 



Soldiers of Christ, arise 



304 



Soldiers of the cross, arise 484 



So let our lips and lives express 



339 



Sometimes a light surprises 375 

Soon must I be to judgment brought . 601 

Soon will the Judge descend 597 

Souls in heathen darkness lying . . . 485 

Sow in the morn thy seed 324 

Spirit Divine, attend our prayer. . . 159 

Spirit of faith, come down 161 

Standing on the promises 690 

Stand up, and bless the Lord 60 

Stand up, my soul, shake off thy fears 321 

Stand up, stand up for Jesus . .... 363 

Strangers and pilgrims here below . . 524 

Sun of my soul, Thy Saviour dear . . 53o 

Sweeping through the gates 702 

Sweet is the work, my God, my King . 177 

Sweet peace, the gift of God's love . . 669 

Sweet to reflect how grace Divine . . 244 

Sweet was thy time when first I felt . 400 

Swell the anthem, raise the song . . . 510 



Take me, O my Father, take me . . . 

Take my life and let it be 

Take up the cross the Saviour said . . 
Talk with me, Lord ; Thyself reveal . 
Tarry with me, O my Saviour . . . . 

Tell it to Jesus 

Tell me no more of earthly toys . . . 
Ten thousand times ten thousand . . 

That blessed law of thine 

That doleful night before His death . 

The Banner op the cross 

The blood is all my plea 

The broken bread, the blessed cup . . 

The cleansing stream I see 

The Comforter has come 



240 
272 
1357 
50 
65 
659 
351 
623 
342 
455 
651 
705 
464 
700 
663 



Hymn 
The counsels of redeeming grace . . . 170 

The day is past and gone 535 

The day of wrath, that dreadful day . 138 

The fair watchword 688 

The Gospel! O what endless charms . 165 
The grave is now a favored spot . . . 576 

The harvest dawn is near 477 

The haven op rest 660 

The head that once was crowned with 126 

The Holy Ghost is come 148 

The Holy Ghost is here 150 

The King of heaven His table spreads 460 
The Lord my pasture shall prepare . . 549 

The Lord is risen indeed 123 

The Lord of life with glory crowned . 129 
The Lord our God alone is strong . . 488 
The Lord's my Shepherd, I'll not want 336 
The Lord will come, the earth shall 599 
The Man of Galilee 707 



642 
691 
476 
665 
691 
102 



169 
164 



The Mizpah farewell greeting 

The morning is dawning 

The morning light is breaking . . . 

The prize is set before us 

The Saviour is coming I know . . . 
The Saviour! O what endless charms 
The spacious firmament on high . . 
The Spirit breathes upon the Word 
The starry flrmement on high . . . 

The sweet love of God 640 

The very same Jesus 678 

The voice of the blood 695 

Thee we adore, eternal Name .... 565 
There are angels hovering round . . . 696 
There comes to my heart one sweet 669 

There is a blessed home 628 

There is a fold whence none can stray 613 
There is a fountain filled with blood . 193 

There is a happy land 603 

There is a house not made with hands 612 
There is a land mine eye hath seen . . 610 
There is a land of pure delight . . . 616 
There is an eye that never sleeps . 
There is an hour of peaceful rest 
There is a safe and secret place . 
There is a spot to me more dear . 

There is joy in heaven 655 

There is no night in heaven 622 

There's a great day coming 679 

There's a land that is fairer than day 625 

There's a royal banner given for . . . 651 

•There's a very sweet song in the depth 640 

There's a wideness in God's mercy . . 83 



51 
611 
189 
222 



407 



INDEX OF FIRST LINES. 



1 1 il in n 

There seems a voice in every gale . . 55 

Think gently of the erring one . . . . 377 

This is my story 639 

This is the day the Lord hath made . 175 

Thou art the way ; to Thee alone . . 103 

Thou dear Redeemer, dying Lamb . . 104 

Thou God of power, Thou God of love 87 

Thou grace Divine, encircling all . . 70 

Thou Judge of quick and dead . . . 598 

Thou Lord of all above 182 

Through every age, eternal God . . . 508 

Thy Law is perfect, Lord of light . . 168 

Thy way, not mine, O Lord 307 

Thy way, O God, is in the sea .... 543 

Thy ways, O Lord, with wise design . 547 

Till He come — O let the words . . . . 465 

Time is winging us away 571 

' Tis finished ! so the Saviour cried . . 116 

'Tis midnight ; and on Olive's brow 114 

' Tis so sweet to trust in Jesus .... 046 

' Tis Thine alone, almighty Name . . 501 

'Twas Jesus' last and great command 444 

To-day the Saviour calls 210 

To our Redeemer's glorious name . . 54 

To Thee I come 648 

To Thee, O God, Whose guiding hand 518 

To thee, who from the narrow road . 700 

To Thy temple we repair 3 

To us a child of hope is born .... 92 

Trust and obey 643 

Trusting in the promise 701 

Try us, O God, and search the ground 419 

Unvail thy bosom, faithful tomb . . . 577 

Vain, delusive world, adieu 349 

Vain man, thy fond pursuits forbear . 170 



Wait, my soul, upon the Lord .... 
Walk in the light : so shalt thou know 

Watch between us 

Watchman, tell us of the night . . . 
We are building in sorrow or joy . . . 

We are little soldiers 

We are loyal Leaguers 

We are never, never weary 

We are traveling to a better land . . 
We bless Thee for Thy peace, O God . 
We come with the cup of salvation 
We journey through a vale of tears . 
We lay thee in the silent tomb .... 

Welcome, sweet day of rest 

Welcome, welcome, dear Redeemer . 

We meet now in Thy name 

We plough the fields and scatter . . . 
We praise Thee, gracious Father . . 

We praise Thee, O God 

We rear not a temple like Judah's of . 



286 
327 
642 
483 
721 
615 
368 
668 
673 
313 
514 
545 
5S6 
178 
275 
149 
562 
496 
680' 
494 



Hymn 

What a fellowship, what a joy Divine 716 

649 
672 
188 
49 
39 
600 
539 
505 



WnAT A GATHERING THAT WILL BE 

What have I done 

What shall I do my God to love . 
What shall I render to my God . . 
What various hindrances we meet 
When a few swiftly fleeting years 
When all Thy mercies, O my God 
When doomed to death the Apostles 
When gathering clouds around I view 318 
When His salvation bringing .... 435 
When I can read my title clear . . . 292 
When I survey the wondrous cross . . Ill 
When Jesus comes to reward His . . 703 
When Jesus dwelt in mortal clay . . 383 
When Jesus laid His crown aside . . 683 
When languor and disease invade . . 319 
When marshaled on the nightly plain 99 

When on the brink of death 589 

When, overwhelmed with grief . . . 300 

When shall we meet again 414 

When the last trumpet's awful voice . 587 
When the roll is called up yonder 657 
When the sinner turns from sin . . . 699 
When the trumpet of the Lord shall . 657 
When verdure clothes the fertile vale 564 
When we walk with the Lord .... 643 
When you start for the land of heavenly 718 
Which of the monarchs of the earth . 542 
While in this sacred rite of Thine . . 453 
While life prolongs its precious light . 20fi 
While shepherds watched their flocks 
While the storm around me rages . . 
While with ceaseless course the sun . 
AVho are these arrayed in white . . . 
Who, who are these beside the chilly 
Why do we mourn for dying friends . 
Why seek ye that which is not bread . 
Why should we start aod fear to die . 
Will Jesus find us watching .... 

Will they meet us 689 

With broken heart and contrite sigh . 228 

With joy we lift our eyes 

With joy we meditate the grace . . 
With my substance I will honor . . 
With stately towers and bulwarks . 
With tearful eyes I look around . . 

Wonderful peace 644 

Work, for the night is coming . . . 666 
Wouldst thou eternal life obtain . . . 212 



97 

687 
558 
627 
702 
582 
203 
574 
703 



59 
101 
482 
391 
291 



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Ye servants of God, your Master . . 
Yes, my native land, I love thee . . 
Yes, we trust the day is breaking . 
Your harps, ye trembling saints . . 



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429 
10 
479 
477 
557 

393 



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