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ST. MATTHEW'S, D. C. M.

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[Verses 1 and 3 only are to be sung to the Music of the
opposite page: for Verses 2 and 4, see next page.]
1. Thou art the Way! by Thee alone

From sin and death we flee;
And he who would the Father seek,

Must seek Him, Lord, by Thee.
2. Thou art the Truth! Thy Word alone

True Wisdom can impart;
Thou only canst instruct the mind,

And purify the heart. .
3. Thou art the Life! the empty tomb

Proclaims Thy conq'ring arm;
And those who put their trust in Thee

Nor death nor hell shall harm,
4. Jesus, the Way, the Truth, the Life!

To us that wisdom give,
By Thee to seek the Father's face,

In Thee alone to live.

[Verses 1 and 3 only are to be sung to the Music of the
opposite page; for Verses 2 and 4, see next page.].
1. The Lord descended from above,

And bow'd the heav'ns most high ;
And underneath his feet he cast

The darkness of the sky:
2. On cherubim and seraphim

Full royally he rode;
And on the wings of mighty winds

Came flying all abroad.
3. Blest be the Lord, the mighty God,

Most worthy of all praise;
He is my rock, my saving health ;

To Him my songs I'll raise.
4. O God, my strength and fortitude,

My heart shall rest on Thee !
Thou art my fortress and defence

In all necessity.

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ST. MATTHEW'S, D. C. M.

1. Thou art the Way! by Thee alone,

From sin and death we flee;
And he who would the Father seek,

Must seek Him, Lord, by Thee.

2. Thou art the Truth! Thy Word alone

True wisdom can impart;
Thou only canst instruct the mind,

And purify the heart.

3. Thou art the Life! the empty tomb

Proclaims thy conq'ring arm;
And those who put their trust in thee,

Nor death, nor hell shall harm.

4. Jesus, the Way, the Truth, the Life!

To us that wisdom give,
By Thee to seek the Father's face,

In Thee alone to live.

1. THE Lord descended from above,

And bow'd the heav'ns most high ; And underneath His feet He cast

The darkness of the sky.

2. On cherubim and seraphim

Full royally He rode;
And on the wings of mighty winds

Came flying all abroad.

3. Blest be the Lord, the mighty God,

Most worthy of all praise ;
He is my rock, my saving health ;

To Him my songs I'll raise.

4. O God, my strength and fortitude,

My heart shall rest on Thee !
Thou art my fortress and defence

In all necessity.

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PSALM LXXI.
1. God of my childhood and my youth,

The Guide of all my days,
I will declare Thy heavenly truth,

And sing Thy wondrous ways.
2. Still has my life new wonders seen

Repeated ev'ry year;
Behold, my days which yet remain,

I trust them to Thy care.
3. Cast me not off when strength declines,

When hoary hairs arise ;
And round me let Thy glory shine,

Whene'er Thy servant dies.
4. Then, in the hist'ry of my age,

When men review my days,
They'll read Thy love in ev'ry page,

In ev'ry line Thy praise.

1. My Saviour, let me hear Thy voice

Pronounce a word of peace,
And all my warmest pow'rs shall join

To celebrate Thy grace.
2. With gentle smiles call me Thy son,

And speak my sins forgiv'n ;
Thine accents mild shall soothe mine ear,

Like the sweet harps of heav'n.
3. Cheerful, where'er Thy hand shall lead,

The darkest path I'll tread; Cheerful I'll quit these mortal shores,

And mingle with the dead.
4. When dreadful guilt is done away,

No other fears we know ;
The hand that scatters pardons down,

Shall crowns of life bestow. DODDRIDGE.

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