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mf 5 All ye who on the Lord rely,
And rest your hopes above,
31 FOURTH PART. S. M. St. Thomas, 1 DEFEND me, Lord, from shame;
For still I trust in thee;
From danger set me free.
And speedy succor send;
To shelter and defend.
To such as fear thy name;
Dost to the world proclaim !
With strength, in time of need. 31
FIFTH PART. S. M. Hudson. 1 THY goodness, Lord, how great'
Eternally the same!
For those who fear thy name.
Thy watchful care shall hide :
Secure thy saints abide.
His great salvation tell:
The city where we dwell.
Nor yield to anxious grief:
First Part. L. M. Uxbridge. Blessedness of the Penitent and Pardoned. 1 BLEST is the man-forever blest,
Whose guilt is pardoned by his God, Whose sius with sorrow are confessed,
And covered with his Saviour's blood.
His humble joy-his holy fear,
And join to prove his faith sincere.
That hides and cancels all his sins!
Through all his life appears and shines.
SECOND PART. L. M. Medway 1 I SPREAD my sins before the Lord,
And all my secret faults confess;
Thy Holy Spirit seals the grace. 2 How safe beneath thy wings I lie,
When days grow dark, and storms appear! And when I walk-thy watchful eye
Shall guide me safe from every snare.
32 THIRD PART. S. M. Bladenburg. 1 OH! blessed souls are they,
Whose sins are covered o'er ;
Imputes their guilt no more. mp 2 They mourn their follies past,
And keep their hearts with care;
Shall prove their faith sincere.
I felt the festering wound;
And ready pardon found.
ml 4 Let sinners learn to pray;
Let saints keep near the throno;
Is found in God alone.
C. M. Nottingham.
Rejoicing in God.
Their cheerful voices raise ;
To sing glad songs of praise.
His works with truth abound;
Is with his goodness crowned.
Shall stand forever sure;
To ages shall endure.
Our help and shield is he;
Because we trust in thee.
Do thou to us extend;
On thee alone depend.
FIRST PART. L. M. Hague
Praise for signal Deliverance.
Thy praise shall dwell upon my tongue;
While saints rejoice to hear the song.
Let every heart exalt his name;
Has not exposed my hope to shame.
3 I told him all my silent grief,
My secret groaning reached his ears;
Around the men who serve the Lord;
Accept his grace—and trust his word.
34 SECOND PART.' C. M. Corinth. 1 I'LL bless the Lord from day to day;
How good are all his ways!
Come help my lips to praise.
In deep distress I cried;
Nor was my suit denied.
With heavy groans and tears;
And silenced all my fears.
Come learn his pleasant ways,
The sweetness of his grace.
His eye regards the just :
Who make the Lord their trust!
34 THIRD PART. C. M. St. Martin's
Trusting and Praising God. 1 THROUGH all the changing scenes of life,
In trouble, and in joy,
My heart and tongue employ. 2 Of his deliverance I will boast,
Till all, that are distressed,
And charm their griefs to rest.
3 Oh! magnify the Lord with me,
With me exalt his name;
He to my rescue came.
The dwellings of the just; Deliverance he affords to all,
Who on his succor trust.
Experience will decide
Who in his truth confide.
Have nothing else to fear;
He'll make your wants his care.
34 FOURTH PART. C. M. Dedham. 1 THEE will I bless, O Lord, my God,
To thee my voice I'll raise,
And daily sing thy praise.
His wondrous acts proclaim;
And magnify his name.
When I implored his grace ;
And joy beamed o'er my face.
Ye, who on him rely
And strengthening aid supply.
8. 7. & 4. Tamworth.
Quits the grave, the throne to claim;
God o'er all exalts his name