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2. Shall we, whose souls are lighted
With wisdom from on high, Shall we to men benighted
The lamp of light deny ? Salvation ! O salvation !
The joyful sound proclaiin, "Till each remotest nation
Has learn’d Messiah's nanie. 3 Waft, waft, ye winds, his story,
And you, ye waters, roll, "Till like a sea of glory,
It spreads from pole to pole; 'Till, o'er our ransom'd nature
The Lamb for sinners slain, Redeemer, King, Creator,
In bliss returns to reign.
Conversion of the Jews.'
HYMN XXXVI. L. M. 1 GREAT God of Abraham! hear our pray'í;
Let Abraham's seed thy mercy share: Oh! may they now at length return,
And look on him they pierc'd, and mourn. 2 Remember Jacob's flock of old: .
Bring home the warderers to thy fold : Remember too thy promis'd word, “ Israel at last shall seek the Lord."
3 Tho' outcasts still, estrang'd from Thee,
Cut off from their own olive-tree, Why should they longer such remain ?
For Thou canst graft them in again. 4 Lord, put thy law within their hearts,
And write it in their inward parts; The veil of darkness rend in two, Which hides Messiah from their view. 5 Oh! haste the day, foretold so long,
When Jew and Greek, (a glorious throng) - One houseshall seek, one pray'r shall pour,
And one Redeemer shall adore.
education. HYMN XXXVII. C. M. 1 The Lord's command is wise and good,
That we our offspring train
That they may there remain,
In paths of misery go; Destroy'd for want of knowledge here,
A prey to ev'ry foe. 3 O pity then the friendless poor,
Who err from wisdom's way; And open wide her sacred door
To all, that go astray.
4 Give them access to Jesu's word,
Where they his ways may learn,
If haply they may turn.
HYMN XXXVIII. P. M.
CHILDREN. 11 COME, let our voice ascend,
· In one glad song of praise;
The book of life divine:
Our wand'ring feet are brought;
And heav'nly truths are taught :
CHORUS.--CONGREGATION AND CHILDREN. 4 Lord, bid this work of love
Be crown'd with meet success :
This institution bless :
wwwww HYMN XXXIX. C. M. 1 HEAR, Lord, the song of praise and pray'r,
In heav'n thy dwelling-place,
And taught to seek thy face. 2 Thanks for thy word, and for thy day!
And grant us, we implore, Never to waste, in sinful play,
Thy holy sabbaths more.
To each desires sincere,
And learn as well as hear.
Beneath thy gracious sway, . Who canst the wisest wiser make,
And babes a's wise as they.'
5 Wisdom and bliss thy word bestows,
A sun that ne'er declines;
Who place us where it shines..
HYMN XL. C. M. 1 TAY throne, O God! in righteousness
For ever shall endure;
The children of the poor.
Yet we thy goodness share; Still make us, while we dwell on earth,
The children of thy care. 3 Thou art our Shepherd, glorious God!
Thy little flock' behold;
The children of thy fold. 4 We praise thy name that we are brought
. To this thy holy place;
The children of thy grace. [taught, 5 O may our friends, thy servants here,
Meet all our souls above; . And they and we in heav'n appear;
The children of thy love.