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YEAR, close of, 640; new, |
638, 748.

Youth, advised, 608; death of,
647; prayer for, 609.
ZEAL, false and true, 535.

INDEX OF SCRIPTURES.

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Page

Page.
Genesis 3....... 508 Isaiah 51:9..... 618 Luke 19:41..... 660
5:24...
547 55:7......... 576 19: 41, 42.... 514
18:23-32.... 591 60: 15-20.... 617 22: 19.... 664
22:14........ 552 65: 23.... 607 John 6:53-56.. 611
24:56........ 692 Jeremiah 23:6.. 562 6:67-69..... 535
Exodus 15..... 553 23:29..... 581 14:6..
668
544 14:16, 17..... 531
592 14:26.... 527
15: 6......... 668
19:30.... 516
Acts 1:9....... 665
2:32-36..... 519
17:30... 682
Romans 1:17... 532

31:3.......
Ezekiel 9: 4-6..
18:31....
34:3..

684

16: 18........ 546
17: 15........ 552
34:6-8...... 507
Deut. 33: 27.... 559
Judges 6:24.... 554
Ruth 1:16...... 691
1 Samuel 3:18..

578

7:12...

633

18:24...

Solomon's Song
3:11.....

550

556

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Joel 1: 14....... 591

1 Chron. 29:14. 623
2 Chron. 15: 15.
Nehemiah 5: 19.

Micah 6:1-3.. 592 1
Nahum 1:7..... 505

650

58...
Hab. 3:17, 18.. 565 2 Cor. 2:15, 16. 596
Zechariah 1:5.. 749 6:2...
685

600
713
9: 10......... 547
Esther 4:16.... 529 3:67........ 595 Galatians 5:17. 541
Job 19:25-27.. 764 13: 1......... 667 Ephesians 2:8.. 532
29:2...
537 Mal. 3: 16, 17.. 580 4:11, 12...... 597
Psalms 2: 8..... 730 Matthew 6:33.. 677 Philippians 1:23 644
6:4.......... 690 11:28..
4:4..
4:11..

577

523
551

11:8......... 730

23.......... 564
23:4........ 710
34....

11:28, 30.686,
688, 689
608

587

17: 4...

514

555
42:5..... 543
45:3-5...... 579
48: 14...... 563
51:11........ 689
65:11.
593
72:7, 8...... 619
87:5........ 593
91:11....... 564 28:6.....518, 664 1 John 3: 1..... 568
104........... 505 Mark 8:38..536, 550
Proverbs 4:7... 675

18:20........ 745

1 Thess. 4:13.. 648
Hebrews 4:2.... 508
4:15......... 712
7:25.........
525
9:27....... 643
25:40.
625 11: 13........ 533
26:36-45.... 515 13: 14....... 703
26:38-44.... 6611 Peter 2:7..... 670
26:41.
28:2.

705 3:20, 21..... 545
520 2 Peter 1: 1..... 532

606

10: 14....
10:43..

8:17......... 607

578

695

625

510

545 10:47, 48....
25: 40..
521 Luke 2:8-14...
2:14..
658
2:25.....510, 602
4:18, 19..... 512
8:22..
559
9:28-31..... 660
10:30, 37.... 624
12:38, 39.... 681
14:22..

4: 10......... 695
Rev. 2:1-7.... 602
2:8-11...... 603
3:1-6....... 604
3:7-13...... 604
3:14-20..... 605
3:20......... 684
5:12......... 524
7:9-17...... 716
14:3......... 522
14:13........ 755
15:3......... 571
20:4-10..... 622
21:22........ 752
22:1-5...... 568

682
696

Isaiah 4:5...... 646

11:5-9...... 622
14:24..... 562
22:4.
622
33:21, 22.. 616
35:8-10.615, 718
44:5....
740

44:23..
49:14-17..

... 523

Zion, afflicted, 601; glorious
things spoken of, 616; high-
way to, 615; prayer for, 617;
restoration of, 622, 726, 728.
See Church.

616

48:35........
Daniel 2: 45.... 619
4:27..

575

Hosea 6:4...... 536

12:20..

13:3...

601 15: 10...

14:8...
Cor. 15:52-

SELECTED

FROM VARIOUS AUTHORS.

HYMN 1. L. M. Old Hundred. [*]
Being of God. Ps. civ.

e 1

TH

HERE is a God-all nature speaks, Through earth, and air, and sea, and skies; • See, from the clouds his glory breaks, When the first beams of morning rise! -2 The rising sun, serenely bright, O'er the wide world's extended frame, Inscribes, in characters of light, His mighty Maker's glorious name. o 3 The flowery tribes all blooming rise, Above the weak attempts of art; e The smallest worms, the meanest flies, Speak sweet conviction to the heart.

-4 Ye curious minds, who roam abroad,
And trace creation's wonders o'er,
e Confess the footsteps of the God;-
a Bow down before him-and adore.

HYMN 2. C. M.

Tunbridge. [b *]

1

For he is good, immensely good,
And kind are all his ways.

Goodness of God. Nahum i. 7.

E humble souls, approach your God,

2 All nature owns his guardian care;
In him we live and move;

• But nobler benefits declare
The wonders of his love.

e 3 He gave his Son, his only Son, To ransom rebel worms;

-"Tis here he makes his goodness known, In its divinest forms.

STEELE.

e 4 To this dear refuge, Lord, we come; 'Tis here our hope relies:

• A safe defence, a peaceful home, When storms of trouble rise.

-5 Thine eye beholds, with kind regard,
The souls who trust in thee;
Their humble hope thou wilt reward,
With bliss divinely free.

o 6 Great God, to thy almighty love
What honours shall we raise?
Not all the raptured songs above
Can render equal praise.

HYMN 3. C. M. Mitcham. Arundel. [*]

God the Creator.

TERNAL Wisdom, thee we praise,

With thy loved name, rocks, hills, and seas,
And heaven's high palace rings.

g 2 Thy hand,-how wide it spread the sky! How glorious to behold!

-Tinged with a blue of heavenly dye,
And starred with sparkling gold.

3 Thy glories blaze all nature round,
And strike the gazing sight,
Through skies, and seas, and solid ground,
With terror and delight.

g 4 Infinite strength, and equal skill,
Shine through the worlds abroad;
e Our souls with vast amazement fill,
And speak the builder-God.
-5 But still the wonders of thy grace
Our softer passions move;
Pity divine in Jesus' face,
We see, adore, and love.

e

STEELE

a 1 KEEP silence-all created things,

And wait your Maker's

My soul stands trembling while she sings
The honours of her God.

HYMN 4. C. M. Bedford. [*]
Sovereignty and Dominion of GoD.

3 Chained to his throne a volume lies, With all the fates of men;

WATTS.

e 2 Life, death, and hell, and worlds unknown, Hang on his firm decree;

He sits on no precarious throne,

Nor borrows leave-To Be.

With every angel's form and size,
Drawn by th' eternal pen.

4 His providence unfolds the book,
And makes his counsels shine;
Each opening leaf, and every stroke,
Fulfills some deep design.

5 (Here he exalts neglected worms,
To sceptres and a crown;
And there, the following page he turns,
And treads the monarch down.

6 Not Gabriel asks the reason why,
Nor God the reason gives;
Nor dares the favourite angel pry
Between the folded leaves.)

e 7 My God, I would not long to see
My fate, with curious eyes;
What gloomy lines are writ for me,
Or what bright scenes may rise.
-8 In thy fair book of life and grace,
O may I find my name,
Recorded in some humble place,
Beneath my Lord—the Lamb.

WATTS.

HYMN 5. L. P. M. St. Helen's. [*] GOD's Name proclaimed. Ex. xxxiv. 6—8. TTEND, voice And mark what beaming glories shine Around thy condescending God! To us-to us, he still proclaims, e His awful, his endearing names; Attend, and sound them all abroad d 2" Jehovah I, the sovereign Lord, "The mighty God, by heaven adored,

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"Down to the earth my footsteps bend "6 My heart the tenderest pity knows, "Goodness, full-streaming, wide o'erflows, "And grace and truth shall never end. 3 "My patience long can crimes endure, "My pardoning love is ever sure,

"When penitential sorrow mourns; "To millions, through unnumbered years, "New hope and new delight it bears;

"Yet wrath against the sinner burns."

o 4 Make haste, my soul, the vision meet,
e All prostrate at thy Sovereign's feet,
And drink the tuneful accents in:
o Speak on, my Lord, repeat the voice,
Diffuse these heart-expanding joys,
Till heaven repeat the rapturous scene.

The whole creation homage paid,
And owned him lord below.

o 2 He dwelt in Eden's garden, stored
With sweets for every sense;
And there, with his descending Lord,
He walked in confidence.

HYMN 6. C. M. Colchester. [*]
Adam; or, The Fall of Man. Gen. iii.
man, in his own image made,

e 3 But oh! by sin how quickly changed!
His honour forfeited;

His heart, from God and truth estranged,
His conscience, filled with dread.

-4 Now from his Maker's voice he flies,
Which was before his joy:
And thinks to hide amidst the trees,
From an all-seeing eye.

5 Compelled to answer to his name,-
With stubbornness and pride,

He cast on God himself the blame,
Nor once for mercy cried.

DODDRIDGE.

• 6 But grace, unasked, his heart subdued,
And all his guilt forgave:
By faith the promised SEED he viewed,
And felt the power to save.

1

NEWTON.

HYMN 7. H. M. Allerton. [*]
Types of the Messiah. Heb. iv. 2.

ISR

SRAEL in ancient days
Not only had a view
Of Sinai in a blaze,

But learned the gospel too:
The types and figures were a glass,
In which they saw the Saviour's face.

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