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4 His laws are just and pure,
His truth without deceit;
And his rewards are great.
Thy glory to proclaim;
In my Redeemer's name.
SEVENTH Part. S. M. Mornington. 1 BEHOLD the morning sun
Begins his glorious way;
And life and light convey.
It spreads diviner light,
And gives the blind their sight.
And all thy judgments just!
Are thy directions given!
But find the path to heaven.
20 First PART. L. M. Nazareth.
Prayer and Hope in Trouble.
Attend his people's humble cry!
And sends deliverance from on high. - 2 Well he remembers all our sighs,
His love exceeds our best deserts;
Of humble groans and broken hearts.
And let our hopes be firm and strong,
And joy and triumph raise the song.
SECOND PART. C. M.
Ely. 1 THE Lord unto thy prayer attend,
In trouble's darksome hour:
And shield thee by his power;
And triumph in the Lord;
He will relief afford.
I 3 In chariots and on horses some
For aid and shelter flee;
And will remember thee.
4 O Lord, to us salvation bring ;
In thee alone we trust;
Thou refuge of the just !
FIRST PART. L. M.
Christ exalted to reign.
To endless glory in the skies!
His joy, his triumph, his reward! 2 The Lord his heart's desire completes, mp From heaven his prayer acceptance meets :
Though bowed to death-intent to save,
He lifts him from the cross and grave. mf 3 He asks—th' eternal Lord bestows
Life from th' unchanging fountain flows !
Th' exalted Saviour ever lives!
Our life, our strength, our all, we see:
SECOND PART. C. M. Bedford.
Our favored realms rejoice;
To heaven their cheerful voice.
Implored thy power to save;
The timely blessing gave.
Our hearts alone rely;
And all our wants supply.
And still exalt thy fame;
For thine almighty name.
FIRST PART. L. M. Medway. Sufferings and Exaltation of Christ. 1 NOW let our mournful songs
record The dying sorrows of our Lord, When he complained in tears and blood,
Like one forsaken of his God.
Raised from the dead, he reigns on high;
SECOND PART. C. M. Marlow. 1 “NOW, in the hour of deep distress,
My God, support thy Son,
Oh leave me not alone !"
With mighty cries and tears ;
And chased away his fears.
s 3 Great was the victory of his death,
His throne exalted stands;
Shall bow to his commands.
THIRD PART. C. M. Nottingham.
Goodness of God commemorated.
Oh hide not, Lord, thy face;
Unaided by thy grace.
Reposed their hope in thee;
And life and liberty.
To hear thy sacred word;
Thy benefits record.
Wilt not conceal thy face;
Wilt give thy promised grace.
The greatness of thy name;
As I thy praise proclaim.
22 FOURTH PART. C. M. St. Ann's. 11 ALL ye who serve the Lord with fear,
In praise lift up your voice;
Let Israel's sons rejoice.
And they who mercy crave,
For he alone can save.
His goodness shall be shown;
Shall worship at his throne.
4 His glorious kingdom is divine,
His subjects hear his word;
And all shall fear the Lord.
23 FIRST PART. L. M. 6. Belville.
Jehovah, the Shepherd of his people.
And feed me with a shepherd's care;
And all my midnight hours defend. 2 When in the sultry glebe I faint,
Or on the thirsty mountain pant,
Amid the verdant landscape flow.
With gloomy horrors overspread, mf My steadfast heart shall fear no ill,
For thou, O Lord, art with me stilí:
And guide me through the dreadfúl shade. 4 Though in a bare and rugged way,
Through devious, lonely wilds I stray,
The barren wilderness shall smile, mf With sudden greens and herbage crowned,
And streams shall murmur all around.
23 SECOND PART. C. M. Warwick dol 1 THE Lord himself, the mighty Lord,
Vouchsafes to be my guide;
My wants are all supplied.
And gently there repose;