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2 "Give us a calm, a thankful heart,
From every murmur free;
3 "Let the sweet hope, that we are thine,
Our life and death attend; < Thy presence througk our journey shine,
mf And crown our journey's end."
HYMN 435, C. M.
AUTHOR of good! to thee we turn;
Oh! let thy love within us dwell,
That love shall vainer loves expel,—
Not what we wish—but what we want,
Let mercy still supply;
The ill we ask—deny.
HYMN 436, CM.
Prayer for Wisdom.
m 1 A LMIGHTY God! in humble prayer,
2 We ask not golden streams of wealth,
Along our path to flow;
3 "We ask not honors, which an hour
May bring and take away; < We ask not pleasure, pomp, and power,
> Lest we should go astray:—
— 4 We ask for wisdom;—Lord! impart
5 The young—remember thee in youth,
HYMN 437, C. M.
Prayer for Sincerity.
I aff IT ORD! when we bend before thy throne,
\ Ju And our confessions pour,
*, Oh! may we feel the sins we own,
\ And hate what we deplore.
J 2 Our contrite spirits pitying see ;-—•
| True penitence impart;
i < And let a healing ray, from thee,
\ mf Beam hope on every heart.
i — 3 "When we disclose our wants in prayer,
i > Oh! let our wills resign;
i — And not a thought our bosom share,
j "Which is not wholly thine.
\ 4 Let faith e,ach meek petition fill,
| mf And waft it to the skies;
I — And teach our hearts—'t is goodness^still,
t That grants it, or denies.
HYMN 438, S. M.
Christ will hear Prayer.
i m 1 TESUS, who knows full well
j 0 The heart of every saint,
I Invites us, all our grief to tell,
* To pray and never faint.
I mp 2 He bows his gracious ear,—
* — We never plead in vain;
I — 3 Jesus, the Lord, will hear
\ His chosen when they cry;
t > Yes, though he may a while forbear,
| < He '11 help them from on high.
i — 4 Then let us earnest cry,
| And never faint in prayer;
1 < He sees, he hears, and, from on high,
\ — Will make our cause his care.
^QQ HYMN 439, L. M.
4fc ui/ The Presence of Christ implored.
m 1 TITHERE two or three, with sweet accord, »' Obedient to their sovereign Lord,
< Meet to recount his acts of grace,
mf And offer solemn prayer and praise;—
2 There will the gracious Saviour be,
— 3 We meet at thy command, O Lord!
Relying on thy faithful word;
< ISTow send the Spirit from above,
mf And fill our hearts with heavenly love.
A Af\ HYMN 440, L. M.
4b4fcU The Lord's Prayer.
mf 1 "H1 ATHER, adored in worlds above!
< Thy kingdom come, with power and love;
— And earth, like heaven, obey thy will.
2 Lord! make our daily wants thy care, mp Forgive the sins that we forsake;
— Oh! let us in thy kindness share,
As fellow-men of ours partake.
mp 3 Evils beset us every hour ;—
Thy kind protection we implore;
< Thine is the kingdom, thine the power,— / Be thine the glory evermore.
HYMN 441, S.M.
The Lord's Prayer.
OUR heavenly Father! hear
"Thy kingdom come :—Thy will
On earth be done in love,
Thy perfect law above. \
"Our daily bread supply, \
"While, by thy word, we live: \ J mp The guilt of our iniquity
* Forgive, as we forgive.
I 4 "From dark temptation's power,—
t < From Satan's wiles defend:
5 — Deliver in the evil hour,
| And guide us to the end.
* mf 5 "Thine, then, for ever be
5 Glory and power divine:
\ The sceptre, throne, and majesty
5 Of heaven and earth are thine."
\ mp 6 Thus humbly taught to pray,
j By thy beloved Son,
I — Through him we come to thee, and say,
« > "All for his sake be done!"
1 A A O HYMN 442, S. M.
t 4fe4fc/^ Coming boldly to the Throne of Grace,
\ mf 1 "DEHOLD the throne of grace! J D The promise calls us near;
J There Jesus shows a smiling face,
| And waits to answer prayer.
| 2 That rich atoning blood,
| Provides, for those who come to God,
| An all-prevailing plea.
— 3 Thine image, Lord! bestow,
Thy presence and thy love;
"We ask to serve thee here below,
And reign with thee above.
4 Teach us to live by faith, Conform our will to thine; Let us victorious be in death, mf And, then, in glory shine.
— 5 If thou these blessings give, 1 And wilt our portion be,
$ > All worldly joys we '11 cheerful leave,
| mf And find our heaven in thee.
i A AO HYMN 443, 7s.
t 4fe4»0 Pleading with God.
t aff 1 T OKD! I cannot let thee go,
2 Once, a sinner, near despair, Sought thy mercy seat by prayer; < Mercy heard and set him free,—
> Lord! that mercy came to me.
— 3 Many days have passed since then,
Many changes I have seen;
Yet have been upheld till now;—
Who could hold me up but thou?
4 Thou hast helped in every need— mf This emboldens me to plead;
— After so much mercy past,
> Canst thou let me sink at last?
mf 5 ISTo—-I must maintain my hold;
'T is thy goodness makes me bold;
I can no denial take,
Since I plead for Jesus' sake.
HYMN 444, L. M.
The Sun of Righteousness.
SUN of righteousness! arise,
2 On all around, let grace descend,
Like heavenly dew, or copious showers; < That we may call our God our friend,—
mf That we may hail salvation ours.
HYMN 445, S. M.
Prayer for a Revival.
m 3 A LORD! thy work revive
p \J In Zion's gloomy hour;
< And let our dying graces live,
mf By thy restoring power.
— 2 Oh! let thy chosen few I Awake to earnest prayer;