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HymnLORD over all, if thou hast made,
      6-8s. 1 LORD over all, if thou hast made, Hast ransomed every soul of man, Why is the grace so long delayed? Why unfulfilled the saving plan? The bliss, for Adam's race designed, When will it reach to all mankind? 2 Art thou the God of Jews alone? And not the God of Gentiles too? To Gentiles make thy goodness known; Thy judgments to t
HymnLORD we sit and cry to thee,
      7 7, 7 8, 8 8. Luke xviii. 35. 1 LORD we sit and cry to thee, Like the blind beside the way; Make our darkened souls to see The glory of thy perfect day: O Lord! rebuke our sullen night, And give thyself unto our sight! 2 Lord! we do not ask to gaze On our dim and earthly sun; But on light that still shall blaze When every star its cou
HymnLORD! it is good for us to be
      L.M. Matthew xvii. 4. 1 LORD! it is good for us to be High on the mountain here with thee Here in an ampler, purer air, Above the stir of toil and care, Of hearts opprest with doubt and grief, Believing in their unbelief, Calling thy servants all in vain To ease them of their bitter pain. 2 Lord! it is good for us to be Where rest the
HymnLORD, and is thine anger gone?
      7s & 6s. 1 LORD, and is thine anger gone? And art thou pacified? After all that I have done, Dost thou no longer chide? Infinite thy mercies are, Beneath the weight I cannot move; O! 'tis more than I can bear, The sense of pardoning love. 2 Let it still my heart constrain, And all my passions sway; Keep me, lest I turn again Out of
HymnLORD, I adore thy gracious will;
      8s & 6s. 2 Samuel xvi. 10. LORD, I adore thy gracious will; Through every instrument of ill My Father's goodness see; Accept the complicated wrong Of Shimei's hand and Shimei's tongue, As kind rebukes from thee!
HymnLORD, I believe a rest remains
      C.M. 1 LORD, I believe a rest remains To all thy people known, A rest where pure enjoyment reigns, And thou art loved alone: 2 A rest, where all our souls desire Is fixed on things above; Where fear, and sin, and grief expire, Cast out by perfect love. 3 O that I now the rest might know, Believe, and enter in! Now, Saviour, now the
HymnLORD, I believe thou wilt forgive,
      6-8s. Mark ix. 24. 1 LORD, I believe thou wilt forgive, But help me to believe thou dost; The answer of thy promise give, Wherein thou causest me to trust; The gospel-faith divine impart, Which seals my pardon on my heart. 2 I do believe thy blood was spilt To make my heart and nature clean, But help me to believe thou wilt This moment
HymnLORD, I believe thy mercy's power,
      C.M. "Able to keep you from falling." Jude 24. qqq LORD, I believe thy mercy's power, Which hath my refuge been, Will still in every future hour Preserve my soul from sin: The help for which on thee I call Shall my protection prove; And into sin I cannot fall, While hanging on thy love.
HymnLORD, I despair myself to heal:
      L.M. 1 LORD, I despair myself to heal: I see my sin, but cannot feel; I cannot, till thy Spirit blow, And bid the obedient waters flow. 2 'Tis thine a heart of flesh to give, Thy gifts I only can receive; Here then to thee I all resign; To draw, redeem, and seal, is thine. 3 With simple faith on thee I call, My light, my life, my L
HymnLORD, I hear of showers of blessing
      8s & 7s. 1 LORD, I hear of showers of blessing Thou art scattering, full and free - Showers, the thirsty land refreshing; Let some drops now fall on me. Even me. 2 Pass me not, O God, our Father, Sinful though my heart may be! Thou might'st leave me, but the rather Let thy mercy light on me.Even me. 3 Pass me not, O gracious Saviour
HymnLORD, if at thy command
      S.M. Acts xi. 21. 1 LORD, if at thy command The word of life we sow, Watered by thy almighty hand, The seed shall surely grow: The virtue of thy grace A large increase shall give, And multiply the faithful race Who to thy glory live. 2 Now then the ceaseless shower Of gospel blessings send, And let the soul-converting power Thy minis
HymnLORD, if thou the grace impart,
      7s. 1 LORD, if thou the grace impart, Poor in spirit, meek in heart, I shall as my Master be Rooted in humility. 2 From the time that thee I know, Nothing shall I seek below, Aim at nothing great or high, Lowly both my heart and eye. 3 Simple, teachable, and mild, Awed into a little child, Quiet now without my food, Weaned from ev
HymnLORD, in the strength of grace,
      S.M. 1 Chronicles xxix. 5. 1 LORD, in the strength of grace, With a glad heart and free, Myself, my residue of days, I consecrate to thee. 2 Thy ransomed servant, I Restore to thee thy own; And, from this moment, live or die To serve my God alone.
HymnLORD, let me know mine end,
      S.M. 1 LORD, let me know mine end, My days, how brief their date, That I may timely comprehend How frail my best estate. 2 My life is but a span, Mine age as nought with thee; Man, in his highest honour, man Is dust and vanity. 3 A shadow even in health, Disquieted with pride, Or racked with care, he heaps up wealth Which unknown
HymnLORD, regard my earnest cry,
      7s & 6s. The Woman of Canaan. Matthew xv. 22 - 28. 1 LORD, regard my earnest cry, A potsherd of the earth; A poor guilty worm am I, A Canaanite by birth: Save me from this tyranny, From all the power of Satan save; Mercy, mercy upon me, Thou Son of David, have! 2 To the sheep of Israel's fold Thou in thy flesh wast sent; Yet the Gent
HymnLORD, that I may learn of thee,
      7s. Isaiah xxviii. 9. 1 LORD, that I may learn of thee, Give me true simplicity; Wean my soul, and keep it low. Willing thee alone to know. 2 Let me cast my reeds aside, All that feeds my knowing pride, Not to man, but God submit, Lay my reasonings at thy feet; 3 Of my boasted wisdom spoiled, Docile, helpless, as a child, Only seei
HymnLORD, we thy will obey,
      4-6s & 2-8s. 1 LORD, we thy will obey, And in thy pleasure rest; We, only we, can say, "Whatever is, is best;" Joyful to meet, willing to part, Convinced we still are one in heart. 2 Hereby we sweetly know Our love proceeds from thee, We let each other go, From every creature free; And cry, in answer to thy call, "Thou art, O Chri
HymnLORD, who hast taught to us on earth
      C.M. 1 Corinthians xiii. 1 LORD, who hast taught to us on earth This lesson from above, That all our works are nothing worth, Unless they spring from love; Send down thy Spirit from on high, And pour in all our hearts That precious gift of charity, Which peace and joy imparts: 2 The healing balm, the holy oil Which calms the waves of s
HymnLOVE divine! what hast thou done!
      6-8s. 1 LOVE divine! what hast thou done! The immortal God hath died for me! The Father's co-eternal Son Bore all my sins upon the tree; The immortal God for me hath died! My Lord, my Love is crucified. 2 Behold him, all ye that pass by, The bleeding Prince of life and peace! Come, see, ye worms, your Maker die, And say, was ever grie
HymnLOVE Divine, all loves excelling,
      8s & 7s. 1 LOVE Divine, all loves excelling, Joy of heaven, to earth come down! Fix in us thy humble dwelling, All thy faithful mercies crown; Jesu, thou art all compassion, Pure, unbounded love thou art; Visit us with thy salvation, Enter every trembling heart. 2 Come, almighty to deliver, Let us all thy grace receive; Suddenly retur

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