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All my goods, and all my hours,

All I know, and all I feel!
All I think, or speak, and do;
Take my heart-but make it new,

HYMN 387. C. M.

Before Class-Meeting.

1 OPEhat
each his heart

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And let no secret be supprest,

Since all is known to thee.
2 Oar fig leaves all be cast aside,

Let no self-soothing art
Conceal the lust, t' indulge the pride

Of a toul hellish hcart.

HYMN 388. C. M.

After Class-Meeting. *FORhe burden of our

souls; JORGIVE the sins which we confess, And hear the mutual fervent prayer,

That makes the sinner whole.
2 To all through faith, which is in thee,

A perfect soundness give;
And let us, from all sin set free,
The life of Jesus live.

HYMN 389. P. M.

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Who hast a table spread,
Furnished with mystic wine,

And everlasting bread,
Preserve the life thyself hast given,

And feed, and train us up for heaven. 2 Our needy souls sustain

With fresh supplies of love,
Till all thy life we gain,

And all thy fulness prove,
And strengthened by thy perfect grace,
Behold without a veil thy face.

HYMN 390. P. M. LESSED Lord, be thou our teacher, 'B Helper, counsellor, and guide; Speak the promise through the preacher,

And the hearing ear provide.
2 Vain is learning, parts or merit,

Vain the native powers of man;
Jesus! send thy Holy Spirit,
To display the gospel plan.
HYMN 391. P. M.

, And the Father's boundless love, With the Holy Spirit's favour,

Rest upon us from above ! Thus may we abide in union

With each other, and the Lord; And possess, in sweet communion, Joys which earth can not afford.

HYMN 392. L. M. 'us

ISMISS us with thy blessing, Lord; All that has been amiss, forgive,

And let thy truth within us live.
2 Though we are guilty thou art good;

Wash all our works in Jesu's blood;
Give every fettered soul release,
And bid us all-Depart in peace.

HYMN 393. L. M.
PRAISE God from whom all blessings flow,

; Praise hiin above ye heavenly host, Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.

INDEX.

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As near to Calvary I pass

3
Awak'd by Sinai's awful sound

31
Approach, my soul, the mercy seat

35
Afflictions, though they seem severe

41
Almighty love inspire my heart, &c

62
A soldier, Lord, thou hast me made

99
Am I a soldier of the cross

103
Al every moment of our breath

149
Arise and shine, O Zion fair

147
Among the Jewish captives

173
Awake, my soul, in joyful lays

197
A fountain in Jesus, which runs always free 234
Awake and sing the song

235
Adieu, my dear brethren, adieu,

236
An alien from God, and a stranger to grace 237
Almighty sov'reign of the skies

257
As when the weary trav’ller gains.

261
A few more days preserve me here

264
And live I yet by power divine

264
Angel of God whate'er betide

265
Appear great God, appear to me

265
At evening to myself I say

265
A3 shipwrecked mariners desire

266
As the serpent rais'd by Moses

305
Author of life divine

309

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Behold that great and awful day
Behold a stranger at the door.
Behold the wretch, whose lust and wine
Before Elisha's gate
Begone! unbelief, my Saviour is near
Bright scenes of glory strike my sense
Burst ye emerald gates and bring
Brethren see my Jesus coming

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34
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88
126
127
127

Behold the man threescore and ten
Behold the Prince of life.
Brother thou art gone before us,
Behold the Saviour on the cross
Brightness of the Eternal glory
Beyond the glittering starry sky
Brethren, this is sweet employment
Blessed Lord be thou our teacher

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219
245

294
297
310

23

33
34

Come, my heart, and let us take
Come all ye poor sinners, that froin, &c.
Come, my soul, and let us try
Come humble sinrer, in whose breast
Come my soul, thy suit prepare .
Come let us liit our joyful eyes
Come sisters and brothers, who love, &c.
Come, saints and sinners, hear me tell .
Come and taste along with me
Come all ye mourning pilgrims now
Come listening angels, atiend while I, &c. .
Come brethren and sisters that love, &c.
Come all ye weary travellers
Come and taste along with me
Children of God, renounce your fears
Come all ye wand'ring pilgrims dear
Come ye that love the Lord indeed
Come, christian brethren ere we part
Christ whose glory fills the skies
Christ is set on Zion's hill,
Christ the Lord is risen to-day
Children are God's peculiar care
Can we believe thy precious word
Child of prosperity
Come thou long expected Jesis
Come let us join our friends above
Call Jehovah thy salvation
Camp-meetings with thy presence crown
Come, Holy Ghost, thine influence shed

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74
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78
93
106
108
203
204
240
2.33
256
266
276
278
288
299
305
308

Dear Jesus! here comes and knocks, &c.
Dear refuge of my weary soul
Drooping souls, no longer grieve
Dark and thorny is the desert
Death, he is the king of terrors

40
43
69
104
130

Death cannot make our souls afraid
Don't you see my Jesus coming
Daniel's wisdom nay I know
Dearest Jesus though unseen .
Daughter of Zion ! awake from thy saduess
Delight and softest sympathy
Did Christ o'er sinncrs weep
Disiniss us with thy blessing, Lord'

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152
166
172
205
259
304
310

Encompass'd by clouds of distress
Encouraged by thy word
Ever nigh to those who call
Elijah's example declares
Enlisted in the cause of sin

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38
51
244
279

124
156
158
159
160
162
183
183

From whence doth this union arise
Froin the regions of love, lo! &c.
Farewell my dear brethren, the time, &c.
Farewell dear friends, I must be gone
Farewell my dear brethren, I bid you, &c.
Faith is the Christian's prop
Far from the world, O Lord, I flee
From Greenland's icy inountains,
For what shall I praise thee, my God and my

King ?
From whence these direful omens round
Forth in ihy strength, O Lord, I go
Full of trembling expectation
Forth at thy call, oh Lord, I
Father of eternal grace
Fare ye well ye javourite few,
Father, to thy protection
Fair shines the morning star
Far above yon glorious ceiling
Father, Son, and Holy Ghost
Forgive the sins which we confess.

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205
214
224
239
251
283
300
308
309

I go

God of my life, to thee I call
Guide me, O thou great Jehovah
God counts the sorrows of his saints
Great God, who hear'st our sighs
Glory to thee, my God, this night
Give me the faith which can rcinove

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57
85
185
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