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Teach us henceforth how to live
Fill us with a Saviour's love;
Lord, may thy mercy set us free;
2 Give us, great God, a heart to pray; Give us new strength to conquer sin: Let all old things be done away,
And plant new holiness within.
That we may love and serve Thee more;
HYMN XIV. C. M. 1 REMARK, my soul, the narrow bounds
Of the revolving year;
2 So fast eternity comes on,
And that important day, When all that mortal life has done,
God's judgment shall survey. 3 Yet like an idle tale we pass
The swift advancing year:
The speed of its career.
4 Waken, O God, my trifling heart,
Its great concern to see;
oponom HYMN XV. C. M. 1 God of our life! thy various praise
Let mortal voices sound:
And brings the seasons round. 2 In every scene of life, thy care,
In every age, we see;
So let our praises be.
In every age, appear;
4 If mercy smile, let mercy bring
Our wandering souls to God: And in affliction we will sing
If Thou wilt bless the rod.
HYMN XVI. P. M.
Let the eye of pity gaze;
Lost in sins bewilder'd maze:
· Darkness brooding On the face of all the earth.
2 Light of them that sit in darkness!
Rise and shine, thy blessings bring : Light, to lighten all the Gentiles ! Rise with healing in thy wing:
To thy brightness Let all kings and nations come. 3 May the heathen, now adoring
Idol-gods of wood and stone,
Let thy glory
4 Thou, to whom all power is given,
Speak the word ;-at thy command,
Lord be with them,
HYMN XVII. S. M. 1 With heart and lips unfeign'd,
We praise Thee for thy word; We bless Thee for the joyful sound
Of our Redemption, Lord. 2 Like as the kindly rain
Returns not back to heav'n, But cheers, and fruitful makes the earth,
The end for which 'twas giv'n. 3 So let thy holy word
Accomplish thy design; Sow seeds of truth in ev'ry heart, · And consecrate us thine,
HYMN XVIII. 7s.
By thy victry in the hour
Hear our solemn litany.
By thy cross for sinners borne;
HYMN XIX. L. M. 1 WHEN gath’ring clouds around I view,
And days are dark, and friends are few;
And counts and treasures up my tears. 2 If aught should tempt my soul to stray,
From heav'nly wisdom's narrow way;
Shall guard me in that dang'rous hour. 3 When vexing thoughts within me rise,
And sore dismay'd my spirit dies;