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All my goods, and all my hours,
All I know, and all I feel!
HYMN 387. C. M.
And let no secret be supprest,
Since all is known to thee.
Let no self-soothing art
Of a foul hellish hcart.
HYMN 388. C. M.
After Class-Meeting. 1F Rhe burden of our
souls; NORGIVE the sins which we confess, And hear the mitual fervent prayer,
That makes the sinner whole.
A perfect soundness give;
The life of Jesus live.
HYMN 389. P. M.
Who hast a table spread,
And everlasting bread,
And feed, and train us up for heaven. 2 Our needy souls sustain
With fresh supplies of love,
And all thy fulness prove,
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.
Vain the native powers of man;
, 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.
Wash all our works in Jesu's blood;
HYMN 393. L. M.
; Praise hiin above ye heavenly host, Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.
Behold that great and awful day
Behold the man threescore and ten
Come, n my heart, and let us take
Dear Jesus! here comes and knocks, &c.
Death cannot make vur souls afraid
Encompass'd by clouds of distress
From whence doth this union arise
God of my life, to thee I call