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HymnALL that pass by, To Jesus draw near,
      1Os & 11s. John vii. 37 - 39. 1 ALL that pass by, To Jesus draw near, He utters a cry, Ye sinners, give ear! From hell to retrieve you He spreads out his hands; Now, now to receive you, He graciously stands. 2 If any man thirst, And happy would be, The vilest and worst May come unto me, May drink of my Spirit, Excepted is none, Lay claim
HymnAll things are possible to him
      6 - 8s. Mark ix. 23. 1 All things are possible to him That can in Jesu's name believe: Lord, I no more thy truth blaspheme, Thy truth I lovingly receive; I can, I do believe in thee, All things are possible to me. 2 The most impossible of all Is, that I e'er from sin should cease; Yet shall it be, I know it shall; Jesus, look to thy
HymnALL ye that pass by,
      5 5 11, 5 5 11. Lamentations i. 12. 1 ALL ye that pass by, To Jesus draw nigh: To you is it nothing that Jesus should die? Your ransom and peace, Your surety he is: Come, see if there ever was sorrow like his. 2 For what you have done His blood must atone: The Father hath punished for you his dear Son. The Lord, in the day Of his ange
HymnALMIGHTY God of love,
      S.M. Isaiah lxvi. 19,20. 1 ALMIGHTY God of love, Set up the attracting sign, And summon whom thou dost approve For messengers divine; From favoured Abraham's seed The new apostles choose, In isles and continents to spread The dead-reviving news. 2 Them, snatched out of the flame, Through every nation send, The true Messiah to proclai
HymnALMIGHTY Maker of my frame,
      L.M. Psalm xxxix. 1 ALMIGHTY Maker of my frame, Teach me the measure of my days, Teach me to know how frail I am, And spend the remnant to thy praise. 2 My days are shorter than a span; A little point my life appears: How frail, at best, is dying man! How vain are all his hopes and fears! 3 Vain his ambition, noise, and show; Vain a
HymnAND am I born to die?
      S.M. 1 AND am I born to die? To lay this body down? And must my trembling spirit fly Into a world unknown - A land of deepest shade, Unpierced by human thought, The dreary regions of the dead, Where all things are forgot? 2 Soon as from earth I go, What will become of me? Eternal happiness or woe Must then my portion be; Waked by th
HymnAND am I only born to die?
      8s & 6s. 1 AND am I only born to die? And must I suddenly comply With nature's stern decree? What after death for me remains? Celestial joys, or hellish pains, To all eternity? 2 How then ought I on earth to live, While God prolongs the kind reprieve And props the house of clay? My sole concern, my single care, To watch, and tremble,
HymnAND are we yet alive,
      S.M. 1 AND are we yet alive, And see each other's face? Glory and praise to Jesus give For his redeeming grace! Preserved by power divine To full salvation here, Again in Jesu's praise we join, And in his sight appear. 2 What troubles have we seen, What conflicts have we past, Fightings without, and fears within, Since we assembled
HymnAND can it be, that I should gain
      6-8s. 1 AND can it be, that I should gain An interest in the Saviour's blood'? Died he for me, who caused his pain? For me, who him to death pursued? Amazing love! how can it be That thou, my God, shouldst die for me? 2 'Tis mystery all! The Immortal dies! Who can explore his strange design? In vain the first-born seraph tries To sou
HymnAND let our bodies part,
      S.M. 1 AND let our bodies part, To different climes repair! Inseparably joined in heart The friends of Jesus are! Jesus, the corner-stone, Did first our hearts unite, And still he keeps our spirits one, Who walk with him in white. 2 O let us still proceed In Jesu's work below; And, following our triumphant Head, To farther conquests
HymnANGELS your march oppose,
      S.M. SECOND PART 1 ANGELS your march oppose, Who still in strength excel, Your secret, sworn, eternal foes, Countless, invisible. With rage that never ends Their hellish arts they try; Legions of dire malicious fiends, And spirits enthroned on high. 2 On earth the usurpers reign, Exert their baneful power, O'er the poor fallen sons o
HymnAPPOINTED by thee, We meet in thy name,
      10s & 11s. 1 APPOINTED by thee, We meet in thy name, And meekly agree To follow the Lamb, To trace thy example, The world to disdain, And constantly trample On pleasure and pain. 2 Rejoicing, in hope, we humbly go on, And daily take up The pledge of our crown; In doing and bearing The will of our Lord, We still are preparing To meet our
HymnARE there not in the labourer's day
      8s & 6s. 1 ARE there not in the labourer's day Twelve hours, in which he safely may His calling's work pursue? Though sin and Satan still are near, Nor sin nor Satan can I fear, With Jesus in my view. 2 Not all the powers of hell can fright A soul that walks with Christ in light, He walks and cannot fall; Clearly he sees, and wins hi
HymnARISE, my soul, arise, Shake
      4-6s & 2-8s. 1 ARISE, my soul, arise, Shake off thy guilty fears; The bleeding sacrifice In my behalf appears; Before the throne thy Surety stands; My name is written on his hands. 2 He ever lives above, For me to intercede, His all-redeeming love, His precious blood, to plead: His blood atoned for all our race, And sprinkles now the
HymnARISE, my soul, arise, Thy
      2-6s & 4-7s. 1 ARISE, my soul, arise, Thy Saviour's sacrifice! All the names that love could find, All the forms that love could take, Jesus in himself hath joined, Thee, my soul, his own to make. 2 Equal with God most high, He laid his glory by; He, the eternal God, was born, Man with men he deigned to appear; Object of his creature
HymnARM of the Lord, awake, awake! The
      6-8s. 1 ARM of the Lord, awake, awake! The terrors of the Lord display; Out of their sins the nations shake, Tear their vain confidence away; Conclude them all in unbelief, And fill their hearts with sacred grief. 2 Of judgment now the world convince, The end of Jesu's coming show; To sentence their usurping prince, Him and his works
HymnArm of the Lord, awake, awake! Thine
      L.M. Isaiah li. 9. 1 Arm of the Lord, awake, awake! Thine own immortal strength put on! With terror clothed, hell's kingdom shake, And cast thy foes with fury down! 2 As in the ancient days appear! The sacred annals speak thy fame: Be now omnipotently near, To endless ages still the same. 3 Thy arm, Lord, is not shortened now, It w
HymnART thou weary, art thou languid,
      8 5, 8 3. Matthew xi. 28. 1 ART thou weary, art thou languid, Art thou sore distrest? "Come to me," saith One, "and coming Be at rest!" 2 Hath he marks to lead me to him, If he be my guide? "In his feet and hands are wound-prints, And his side." 3 Hath he diadem as monarch That his brow adorns? "Yea, a crown, in very surety,
HymnAs pants the hart for cooling streams,
      C.M. Psalm xlii. 1 As pants the hart for cooling streams, When heated in the chase, So longs my soul, O God, 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 God of my strength, how long shall I, Like one forgotten, mourn? Forlo
HymnAUTHOR of faith, eternal Word,
      L.M. 1 AUTHOR of faith, eternal Word, Whose Spirit breathes the active flame: Faith, like its Finisher and Lord, To-day as yesterday the same; 2 To thee our humble hearts aspire, And ask the gift unspeakable; Increase in us the kindled fire, In us the work of faith fulfil. 3 By faith we know thee strong to save; (Save us, a present

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