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3 Jesus! Thou Sun of righteousness!
Thy quickening influence give;
That all, who hear, may live.
Shall vanquish every sin,
(L. M. ROME.) God the Giver of victory and national success. 1 While nations, fired with mutual fage,
In fierce contention warfare wage,
And makes their wills subserve his own. 2 On horses some their hope repose; Some urge
the chariot on their foes; But we such feeble aids disclaim;
Our trust is in Jehovah's name.
The victory, Lord, is thine alone:
And own thy hand, and sing thy praise. 4 Oh! when we praise and when we pray,
Do Thou, whom heaven and earth obey,
The Lord the Shepherd of his people. 1 Jehovah all our wants supplies,
And every wish prevents :
In pastures green
He feeds our souls
With heedless feet we stray,
And keeps us in the way.
No evil will we fear :
for Thou art always near.
Each rugged path we tread:
Till number'd with the dead.
The Lord 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,
Song of Sol. 1.8.
3 Though in a bare and rugged way,
Through devious, lonely wilds I stray,
And streams shall murmur all around. 4. Though in the paths of death I tread,
With gloomy horrors overspread,
The ascension of Christ. 1 Lift up your heads, ye heavenly gates;
Ye everlasting doors, give way:
powers, his voice obey.
The Lord of hosts, in battle strong:
And leads in chains the captive throng. 3 Behold! the King of glory waits ;
Celestial powers, his voice obey:
Ye everlasting doors, give way.
Jesus, of power supreme possest,
The sinner's hope in God's mercy alone.
To Thee for safety flee;
Which all are placed on Thee. 2 When on the guilt of former years
Our thoughts revolving turn, The sorrows of our hearts enlarge,
Our troubled spirits mourn.
Surpassing every sin,
And grace to cleanse within.
The sins of age, and youth;
And guide us in thy truth.
Are fix'd on Thee, O Lord !
Nor trust in vain thy word.
(L. M. ROME.) God the Father and Friend of his people. i Thou Lord, our Guard, our Light, our Way,
What dangers, shall our souls dismay ?
2 One wish, with holy transport warm,
Our hearts have form'd, and yet shall form,
In Zion's courts with prayer and praise. 3 Though every earthly friend depart,
And love forsake a parent's heart,
Will prove a Father and a Friend.
On God with sacred courage wait:
God the strength of his saints.
prayer our breath; Bow down, and hear, lest we become
Like them who sleep in death. 2 Regard our supplications, Lord !
The cries that we repeat,
Before thy mercy-seat.
Whose ways are ways of sin,
Ere judgment shall begin. 4 O Thou! the Strength of all thy saints,
In whom we live and move,
And bless us with thy love.