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HYMN 377. S. M. 1. ?

ID Christ o'er sinners weep, Let fonds of penitential grief

Burst forth from ev'ry eye. 2 The Son of God in tears

Angels with wonder sec;
Be thou astonish'd, O my soul,

He shed those tears for thee. 3. He wept that we might weep

Each sin demands a tear:
In heaven alone no sin is found,

And there's no weeping there.

HYMN 378. P. M. 1

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Hail the time when all is donc ;
Christ appears to full salvation,

Perfects what he first begun:
Hail the Lord, to earth returning,

Awful, fearful, joyful day;
Valleys, plains, and mountains burning :

Flaming skies are swept away. 2 Hear the awful trumpet sounding;

See the nations all draw near;
Come to judgment still resounding,

Till it reaches every ear:
Sinners call for rocks to hide them;

Saints repeating, Come, Lord, come:
Angels mission'd, now divide them;

Jesus speaks their final doom. 3 Hear the sentence, not reversed,

See the mighty gulph between ;
Come, ye blessed-Go, ye cursed,

Closes up the awful scene:
Shout, ye saints, behold your Saviour,

View, and tell his bleeding wounds,
This will give you joy for ever,
Whilst the sinner it confounda.

HYMN 379. L. M. 1 CA AMP-MEETINGS with tlly presence crown,

And show'r, O Lord, thy blessings down; Fill every heart with holy zeal,

And all thy righteousness reveal. 2 Der all our hosts do thou presidc,

And all our various movenients guide :
The praying companies attend,

And show thyself the sinner's friend. 3 Pour cut thy Spirit on thy song,

And visit thy anointed ones;
May every virgin trin her lamp,

And glory rest upon our camp.
4 May prayer and praise united rise

Like holy incense to the skies ;
In all our hosts display thy power!
May souls be born again this hour!

HYMN 380. P. M.
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Healed ibe burning serpent's bite,
Jesus thus himself discloscs,

To the wounded sinner's sight;
Hear his gracious invitation,

"I have life and peace to give,
I have wrought out full salvation-

Sinner, look to me and live."
2“ Pore upon your sins no longer,

Well I know their mighty guilt;
But my love than death is stronger;

I my blood have freely spil
Though your hearts have long been hardened,

Look on ine, it soft shall grow,
Past transgressions shall be pardoned,

And I'll wash you v:hite as snow."
Gracious Saviour, we adore thee,

For thy precious life and death;
Melt each stubborn heart before thee,

Give us all the eye of faith;
From the law's condemning sentenca,

Do thy mercy we appeal,

Give us, Lord, unfeigned repentance,
And our pardon kindly seal.

HYMN 381. P. M.
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I left the world behind,

I for
Determind for a city,
That's out of sight to find

CHORUS
Ard to glory I will go
And to glory I will go-I'll go, I'll go.

And to glory I will go. 2 I left my worldly honour-

I left my worldly fame-
I left my young companions

And with them my good name. 3 Some said I'd better tarry

They thought I was too young For to prepare for dying:

But that was all my theme. 4 Come all my loving brethren,

And listen to my cry;
All you that are backsliders
Must shortly beg or die.

CHORUS.
And to begging I will go-
And to begging I will go-win go, will go,

And to begging I will go. 5 The Lord he loves the beggar,

Who truly begs indeed; He always will relieve him

Whene'er lie stands in need. 6 I do not beg for riches,

Nor to be dressed fire:
The garment that he'll give me,

The sun it will outshine. 7 I'm not asham'd to beg

While here on earth I stay; I'm not asham'd to watch

And I'm not asham'd to pray.

8 The richest man I ever saw

Was one that begg'd the most ;
His soul was fill'd with Jesus,

And with the Holy Ghost.
9 And now we are encouraged,

Cone let us travel on
Until we join the angels,
And sing the holy song.
And to glory I will go, &c.

HYMN 382. P. M.
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VIS my happiness below,

Not to live without the cross;
But the Saviour's power to know,

Sanctifying every Joss:
Trials must and will befal;

But with humble faith to see
Love inscribed upon them all,

This is happiness to me.
2 God, in Israel, sows the seeds

of affliction, pain and toil;
These spring up and stop the weeds

Which would elee o'erspread the Eoil:
Trials make the promise sweet,

Trials give new life to prayer;
Trials bring me to his feet,

Lay me low and keep me there. 3 Did I meet no trials here,

No chastisement by the way;
Might I not, with reason fear

I should prove a cast away?
Bastards may escape the rod,

Sunk in earthly vain delight;
But the true-born child of God
Must not, would not, if he might.

HYMN 383. P. M. 1

Let earth niake a noise and echo his praise, Our all-loving Saviour hatb pacified God,

And paid for his favour the price of his blood. 2 Yo mountains and vales in praises abound,

Ye hills and ye dales continue the sound,

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Break forth into singing ye trees of the wood,

For Jesus is bringing lost sinners to God. 3 Atonement ne made for every one,

The debt he bath paid, the work he hath done; Shout, all the creation, below and above, Ascribing salvation to Jesus's love.

HYMN 384. C. M. 1

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WREAT God, where'er we pitch our tent,

Let us an altar raise;
And there, with humble frame, present

Our sacrifice of praise.
2 To thee we give our health and strength,

While health and strength shall last;
For future mercies humbly trust,
Nor e'er forget the past.

HYMN 385. C. M. 1

COME Holy Ghost, thine influence shed,

Thy life infuse into the bread,

Thy power into the wine.
2 Effectual let the tokens prove,

And made, by heavenly art,
Fit channels to convey thy love

To every faithful heart.

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HYMN 386. P. M.
1 SATHER, Son, and Holy Ghost,
As by the celestial host,

Let thy will on earth be done;
Praise by all to thee be given

Glorious Lord of earth and heaven.
2 If so poor a worm as I

May to thy great glory live,
All my actions sanctity,

Alliny words and thoughts receive:
Claim me for thy service, claim

All I have, and all I am.
3 Take my soul and body's powers,

Take my mem'ry, inind, and will

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