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HymnTHOU Man of griefs, remember me,
      L.M. Hebrews v. 7, 8. 1 THOU Man of griefs, remember me, Who never canst thyself forget! Thy last mysterious agony, Thy fainting pangs, and bloody sweat! 2 When, wrestling in the strength of prayer, Thy spirit sunk beneath its load, Thy feeble flesh abhorred to bear The wrath of an almighty God. 3 Father, if I may call thee so, Rega
HymnTHOU Shepherd of Israel, and mine,
      8s. Canticles i. 7. 1 THOU Shepherd of Israel, and mine, The joy and desire of my heart, For closer communion I pine, I long to reside where thou art: The pasture I languish to find There all, who their Shepherd obey. Are fed, on thy bosom reclined, And screened from the heat of the day. 2 Ah! show me that happiest place, The place of
HymnTHOU Son of God, whose flaming eyes
      C.M. 1 THOU Son of God, whose flaming eyes Our inmost thoughts perceive, Accept the evening sacrifice Which now to thee we give. 2 We bow before thy gracious throne, And think ourselves sincere; But show us, Lord, is every one Thy real worshipper? 3 Is here a soul that knows thee not, Nor feels his want of thee? A stranger to the b
HymnTHOU very Paschal Lamb,
      S.M. 1 Corinthians v. 7. 1 THOU very Paschal Lamb, Whose blood for us was shed, Through whom we out of Egypt came, Thy ransomed people lead. 2 Angel of gospel grace, Fulfil thy character: To guard and feed the chosen race, In Israel's camp appear. 3 Throughout the desert way Conduct us by thy light; Be thou a cooling cloud by day,
HymnTHOU who art enthroned above,
      6-7s. Psalm xcii. 1 THOU who art enthroned above, Thou in whom we live and move, O how sweet with heart and tongue To resound thy name in song, When the morning paints the skies, When the evening stars arise! 2 From thy works my joy proceeds: How I triumph in thy deeds! Who thy wonders can express? All thy thoughts are fathomless: Lor
HymnTHOU who camest from above
      L.M. Leviticus vi.13 1 THOU who camest from above The pure celestial fire to impart, Kindle a flame of sacred love On the mean altar of my heart! 2 There let it for thy glory burn With inextinguishable blaze; And trembling to its source return, In humble prayer and fervent praise. 3 Jesus, confirm my heart's desire To work, and spe
HymnTHOU, Jesu, art our King,
      2-6s & 4-7s. 1 THOU, Jesu, art our King, Thy ceaseless praise we sing; Praise shall our glad tongue employ, Praise o'erflow our grateful soul, While we vital breath enjoy, While eternal ages roll. 2 Thou art the Eternal Light, That shin'st in deepest night. Wondering gazed the angelic train, While thou bow'dst the heavens beneath,
HymnTHOU, Jesu, thou my breast inspire,
      6-8s. 2nd. metre. 1 THOU, Jesu, thou my breast inspire, And touch my lips with hallowed fire, And loose a stammering infant's tongue; Prepare the vessel of thy grace, Adorn me with the robes of praise, And mercy shall be all my song; Mercy for all who know not God, Mercy for all in Jesu's blood, Mercy, that earth and heaven transcends;
HymnTHOU, Lord, art a shield for me,
      6-7s. Psalm iii. 1 THOU, Lord, art a shield for me, Succour still I find in thee; Now thou liftest up my head, Now I glory in thine aid, Confident in thy defence, Strong in thine omnipotence. 2 To the Lord I cried; the cry Brought my helper from the sky; By my kind protector kept, Safe I laid me down and slept, Slept within his arms,
HymnTHOU, Lord, my witness art
      6 6, 6 6. Psalm cxxxi. 1 THOU, Lord, my witness art I am not proud of heart; Nor look with lofty eyes, None envy nor despise: 2 Nor to vain pomp apply My thoughts, nor soar too high; But in behaviour mild, And as a tender child 3 Weaned from his mother's breast, On thee alone I rest O Israel, adore The Lord for evermore! 4 Be
HymnTHOU, Lord, on whom I still depend,
      6-8s. 1 THOU, Lord, on whom I still depend, Shalt keep me faithful to the end; I trust thy truth, and love, and power Shall save me till my latest hour; And when I lay this body down, Reward with an immortal crown. 2 Jesus, in thy great name I go To conquer death, my final foe; And when I quit this cumbrous clay, And soar on angels' w
HymnTHOU, my God, art good and wise,
      7s & 6s. The same subject. 1 THOU, my God, art good and wise, And infinite in power, Thee let all in earth and skies Continually adore! Give me thy converting grace, That I may obedient prove, Serve my Maker all my days, And my Redeemer love. 2 For my life, and clothes, and food, And every comfort here, Thee, my most indulgent God, I
HymnTHOU, the great, eternal Lord,
      7s & 6s. The same subject. 1 THOU, the great, eternal Lord, Art high above our thought! Worthy to be feared, adored, By all thy hands have wrought; None can with thyself compare; Thy glory fills both earth and sky; We, and all thy creatures, are As nothing in thine eye. 2 Of thy great unbounded power To thee the praise we give, Infini
HymnTHOU, true and only God, lead'st forth
      L.M. SECOND PART. 1 THOU, true and only God, lead'st forth The immortal armies of the sky; Thou laugh'st to scorn the gods of earth, Thou thunderest, and amazed they fly. With downcast eye the angelic choir Appear before thy awful face; Trembling they strike the golden lyre, And through heaven's vault resound thy praise, In earth, in he
HymnTHOUGH God in Christ reveal
      S.M. Luke viii. 18. 1 THOUGH God in Christ reveal Our sins through faith removed, We lose the talent we conceal, The blessing unimproved; Not labouring after more Abundant righteousness, Stripped of our former peace and power. We forfeit all our grace. 2 Lord, if thy grace I have, I plead thy word for more: Whom thou hast saved, persi
HymnTHROUGH all the changing scenes of life,
      C.M. Psalm xxxiv. 1 THROUGH all the changing scenes of life, In trouble and in joy, The praises of my God shall still My heart and tongue employ. 2 Of his deliverance I will boast, Till all that are distressed From my example comfort take, And charm their griefs to rest. 3 O magnify the Lord with me, With me exalt his name! When in
HymnTHUS saith the Lord! Who seek the Lamb,
      L.M. Isaiah li. 1-4. 1 THUS saith the Lord! Who seek the Lamb, Who follow after righteousness, Look to the rock from whence ye came, The father of the faithful race. 2 Children of faithful Abraham these Who dare expect salvation here, The Lord shall give them gospel peace, And all his hopeless mourners cheer; 3 Shall soon his fallen
HymnTHY ceaseless, unexhausted love,
      C.M. SECOND PART 1 THY ceaseless, unexhausted love, Unmerited and free, Delights our evil to remove, And help our misery. 2 Thou waitest to be gracious still; Thou dost with sinners bear, That, saved, we may thy goodness feel, And all thy grace declare. 3 Thy goodness and thy truth to me, To every soul, abound, A vast, unfathomable
HymnTHY faithfulness, Lord, Each moment we find,
      10s & 11s. 1 THY faithfulness, Lord, Each moment we find, So true to thy word, So loving and kind! Thy mercy so tender To all the lost race, The vilest offender May turn and find grace. 2 The mercy I feel To others I show, I set to my seal That Jesus is true: Ye all may find favour Who come at his call, O come to my Saviour, His grace is
HymnTHY messengers make known
      2-6s & 4-7s. Acts xiv, 27. 1 THY messengers make known What God by them hath done; We who prayed for their success, Thankful for their answered prayer, Testify his faithfulness, All his gracious works declare. 2 With joy we now approve The truth of Jesu's love; God, the universal God, He the door hath opened wide, Faith on heathens h

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