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8 God, tliy God, will now restore thee,
He himself appears thy Friend;
All thy foes shall flee before thee,

Here their boasts and triumphs end:
Great deliverance
. Zion's King will quickly send.

— 4 Peace and joy shall now attend thee,

All thy warfare now is past, rnf God, thy Saviour, shall defend thee,

— Peace and joy are come at last: All thy conflicts

> End in everlasting rest.

HYMN 534, 7s.

The Messengers of God.

f" 1 C\ 0—ye messengers of God!

vT Like the beams of morning, fly; Take the wonder-working rod, Wave the banner cross on high. / 2 Where the towering minaret

Gleams along the morning skies,
"Wave it till the crescent set,
And the "Star of Jacob" rise.
3 Go to many a tropic isle,
In the bosom of the deep,
Where the skies for ever smile,

> And th' oppressed for ever weep. * p 4 O'er the negro's night of care

< Pour the living light of heaven;

— Chase away the fiend despair,—

Bid him hope to be forgiven.
. 5 Where the golden gates of day
Open on the palmy east,
Wide the bleeding cross display,—
Spread the gospel's richest feast.
6 Circumnavigate the ball,
Visit every soil and sea:
Preach the cross of Christ to all,—
Christ, whose love is full and free.

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mf 1 r<0, and the Saviour's grace proclaim, j U Ye favored men of God!

Go, publish, through Immanuel's name,
Salvation bought with blood.

-— 2 What, Jiough your arduous path-way lie

> Throagh regions dark as death?

— What, though, your faith and zeal to try,

Perils beset your path ?—

< 3 Yet, with determined courage, go,
mf And armed with power divine;

Your God will needful strength bestow,
And on your labors shine.

4 He, who has called you to the war,

Will recompense your pains;

< Before Messiah's conquering car, f Shall mountains sink to plains.

5 Shrink not, though earth and hell oppose,

But plead your Master's cause;

< Assured that e'en your mightiest foes

— Shall bow before his cross.

CQ£ HYMN 536, CM.

t)t)D Designation of a Missionary.

m 1 T7ATHER of mercies! condescend
'-T To hear our fervent prayer,
While this our brother we commend
To thy paternal care.

2 Before him set an open door;
His various efforts bless;

< On him thy Holy Spirit pour,
mf And crown him with success.

— 3 Endow him with a heavenly mind;

Supply his every need;

> Make him in spirit meek, resigned, mf But bold in word and deed.

— 4 In every tempting, trying hour,

Uphold him, by thy grace;

< • And guard him, by thy mighty power,

— Till he shall end his race.

5 Then, followed by a numerous train, Gathered from heathen lands, mf A crown of life may he obtain, From his Redeemer's hands.

HYMN 537, L. M.

Commission to the Gentiles.


m 1 A)—messenger of peace and Jove ■!

< » IX To nations plunged in shades of night;

< Like angels sent from fields above,
mf Be thine to shed celestial light.

— 2 Go, to the hungry food impart;
mp To paths of peace the wanderer guide,

And lead the thirsty, panting heart,
"Where streams of living waters glide.

f 3 Go, bid the bright and morning star, j

From Bethlehem's plains, resplendent shine, *

— And, piercing through the gloom afar,* i

Shed heavenly light and love divine. ♦

4 To India's various castes, proclaim I X The gospel's soft, but powerful voice; \

# And, at the blest Kedeemer's name, 5 mf Let ocean's lonely isles rejoice. |

5 From north to south, from east to west,

Messiah yet shall reign supreme; His name, by every tongue, confessed,— f His praise—the universal theme.

rQQ HYMN 538, S. M.

\J O O Prayer for Israel.

m 1 [ ORD! send thy servants forth
Aj To call the Hebrews home;
From east, and west, and south, and north,
Let all the wanderers come.

2 Where'er, in lands unknown,
The fugitives remain,
Bid every creature help them on,
Thy holy mount to gain.

8 An offering to the Lord, -
There let them all be seen,
Sprinkled with water and with blood,
In soul and body clean.

4 With Israel's myriads sealed,
Let all the nations meet;
And show the mystery fulfilled,-—
Thy family complete.

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rqq HYMN 539, 8s, 7s and 4.

tJ tJtJ The Missionary's Farewell.

mf 1 TTES,—my native land! I love thee;

A All thy scenes I love them well;— ,
Friends, connections, happy country!

> Can I hid you all farewell?
p Can I leave you,

mp Far in heathen lands to dwell?

mf 2 Home!—thy joys are passing lovely,— Joys no stranger heart can tell; Happy home!—'t is sure I love thee!

> Can I—can I say—Farewell? p Can I leave thee,

mp 5 Far in heathen lands to dwell?

— 3 Scenes of sacred peace and pleasure,

Holy days and Sabbath bell, mf Richest, brightest, sweetest treasure!

> Can I say a last farewell? p Can I leave you,

mp Far in heathen lands to dwell?

mf 4 Yes! I hasten from you gladly,

From the scenes I love so well;

Far away, ye billows! bear me;
Lovely native land!—farewell!

Pleased I leave thee,

Far in heathen.lands to dwell

5 In the deserts let me labor,

On the mountains let me tell,

How he died—the blessed Saviour—
To redeem a world from hell!

Let me hasten,
Far in heathen lands to dwell.

f 6 Bear me on, thou restless ocean!
Let the winds my canvass swell:
Heaves my heart with warm emotion,

While I go far hence to dwell:
Glad I bid thee,

> Native land!—Farewell!—Farewell!

prA r\ HYMN 540, L. M.

*JQ\J Missionaries remembered.

m 1 MARKED as the purpose of the skies,

■iM- This promise meets our anxious eyes,—

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That heathen lands the Lord shall know,
And warm with faith each bosom glow.

2 E'en now tae hallowed scenes appear;
E'en now nnfolds the promised year:

< Lo! distant shores thy heralds trace,
mf And bear the tidings of thy grace.

— 8 Mid burning climes and frozen plains, Where pagan darkness brooding reigns, Lord! mark their steps, their fears subdue,

< And nerve their arm, and clear their view.

> 4 When, worn by toil, their spirits fail,

< Bid them the glorious future hail; mf Bid them the crown of life survey,

< And onward urge their conquering way.


Ca-i HYMN 541, L. M.

<-/tp X Prayer for the Millennium.

off 1 TESUS! we bow before thy throne,
*J We lift our eyes to seek thy face;
To bleeding hearts thy love make known,
On contrite souls bestow thy grace.

2 See, spread beneath thy. gracious eye,

A world o'erwhelmed in guilt and tears,
Where deathless souls in ruin lie,
And no kind voice dispels their fears!

mf 3 Lord! arm thy truth with power divine,

< Its conquests spread from shore to shore,

f Till suns and stars forget to shine,

> And earth and skies shall be no more.

f" 4 Oh! rise, ye ransomed captives! rise, Peal the loud anthem here below; Let earth reflect it to the skies,

And heaven with new-born rapture glow.

rjQ HYMN 542, CM.

*J^D/C/ Returning to Zion,

m 1 DAUGHTER of Zion! from the dust J-J Exalt thy fallen head;

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