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HYMN 298, C. P. M.
The New Birth.
HYMN 299, L. M.
God, the Portion of the Soul.
mf ! A WAKED by Sinai's awful sound,
-ft My soul in bonds of guilt I found, p And knew not where to go:
mf One solemn truth, increased my pain,— > The sinner " must be born again,"
p Or sink to endless woe.
< 2 1 heard the law its thunders roll,
A vast oppressive load:
;; mf 3 The saints I heard with rapture tell—
; > The sinner "must be born again,"
I p Or sink in deep despair.
mp 4 But, while I thus in anguish lay,
The bleeding Saviour passed that way, I
My bondage to remove: *
The sinner, once by justice slain, j
; mf Now by his grace is born again, j
And sings redeeming love. J
\ off 1 T^AR from thy fold, O God! my feet
| -T Once moved in error's devious maze;
J Nor found religious duties sweet,
| Nor sought thy face, nor loved thy ways.
I 2 With tenderest voice, thou bad'st me flee
t The paths, which thou couldst ne'er approve;
| And gently drew my soul to thee,
i "With cords of sweet eternal love.
3 Now to thy footstool, Lord! I fly, p And low in self-abasement fall;
A vile, a helpless worm, am I,
< And thou, my God! art all in all.
— 4 Dearer—far dearer to my heart,
Than all the joys that earth can give;
*^Clf\ HYMN 300, 8s and 7s.
*J \J \J Taking up the Cross.
m 1 JESUS! I my cross have taken, tf All to leave, and follow thee; p. Naked, poor, despised, forsaken,
— Thou, from hence, my all shalt be;
All I've sought, or hoped, or known!
2 Let the world despise and leave me;
They have left my Saviour, too;
Thou art not, like them, untrue;
< God of wisdom, love and might!
mf Foes may hate, and friends disown me;—
< Show thy face, and all is bright.
— 3 Perish, earthly fame and treasure! > Oome, disaster, scorn, and pain!
— In thy service, pain is pleasure;
With thy favor, life is gain: mp Oh! ?t is not in grief to harm me,
While thy love is left to me; —• Oh! 'twere not in joy to charm me,
Were that joy unmixed with thee.
HYMN 301, 8s, 7s and 4.
mf 1 TXTELOOME, welcome, dear Redeemer!
Through eternal ages thine.
mf 2 Known to all to be thy mansion, Earth and hell will disappear; Or in vain attempt possession, When they find the Lord is near:— ■i; /" Shout, OZion!
Shout, ye saints! the Lord is here.
m 1 BEOPLE of the living God!
-T I have sought the world around, mp Paths of sin and sorrow trod,
Peace and comfort no where found;
— Now to you my spirit turns,—
Brethren! where your altar burns,
< 2 Lonely, I no longer roam,
— Like the cloud, the wind, the wave;
< "Where you dwell shall be my home,
> Where you die shall be my grave:
Your Redeemer shall be mine;
> Every idol I resign.
HYMN 303, C. M.
Subdttcd by the Cross,
1 TN evil, long I took delight,
And stopped my wild career.
2 I saw one hanging on a tree,
In agonies and blood;
3 Oh! never, till my latest breath,
Shall I forget that look;
4 My conscience felt and owned the guilt,
It plunged me in despair;
I saw, my sins his blood had spilt,
< 5 A second look he gave, that said,
— "I freely all forgive;
I die that thou may'st live."
6 Thus, while his death my sin displays,
< Such is the mystery of grace,—
— It seals mj pardon too.
Oft A HYMN 304, 8s and 7s.
;: m 1 OWEET the moments, rich in blessing, ^ Which before the cross I spend! Life, and health, and peace possessing,
| > From the sinner's dying Friend.
— 2 Here I '11 sit, for ever viewing i \rrip Mercy streaming in his blood \— t
Precious drops! my soul bedewing, \
Plead and claim my peace with God.
— 3 Here it is I find my heaven,
Love I much ?—I 've much forgiven,—
4 Love and grief my heart dividing,
Constant still in faith abiding,—
5 Lord! in ceaseless contemplation,
< Till I taste thy whole salvation,
HYMN 305, L. M.
Parting with carnal Joys.
I SEND the joys of earth away,—
2 Your streams were floating me along,
— And, while I listened to your song,
> Your streams had e'en conveyed nie there.
— 3 Lord! I adore thy matchless grace,
> That warned me of that dark abyss;
< That drew me from those treacherous seas,
— And hade me seek superior bliss.
mf 4 Now, to the shining realms above,
I stretch my hands, and glance mine eyes;
< Oh! for the pinions of a dove,
5 There, from the bosom of my God,
q r\ n HYMN 306, S. H.
O \J O Rejoicing.
mf 1 \TOW let our voices join
| dol 2 See—flowers ofparadise,
In rich profusion, spring;
The sun of glory gilds the path,
And dear companions sing.
— 3 See—Salem's golden spires,
< In beauteous prospect, rise;
f And brighter crowns than mortals wear,
Which sparkle through the skies.
4 All honor to his name,
Who marks the shining way,-—
HYMN 307, C. M.
mf 1 OALVATION! Oh! the joyful sound;
A cordial for our fears. 1
p 2 Buried in sorrow and in sin,?
At hell's dark door we lay; j