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3. Let joy and worship spend
The remnant of my days;
And to my God my soul ascend,
Hymn 344. L. M.
NOTHER six day's work is doney.
Return my soul, enjoy thy rest,
Improve the day thy God has blest.
2. Come, bless the Lord, whose love assigns, So sweet a rest to wearied minds;
Provides an antepast of heav'n,
And gives this day the food of sev❜n.
3. O that our thoughts and thanks may rise, As grateful incence, to the skies;
And draw from heav'n that sweet repose,
5. With joy, great God, thy works we view,
6. In holy duties let the day,
In holy pleasures pass away;
Hymn 345. c. M.
REQUENT the day of God returns To shed its quick'ning beams; And yet how slow devotion burns! How languid are its flames. 2. Accept our faint attempts to love, Our frailties, Lord forgive; We would be like thy saints above, And praise thee while we live.
3. Increase, O Lord, our faith and hope, And fit us to ascend,
Where the assembly ne'er breaks up,
4. Where we shall breathe in heav'nly air,,
Hymn 346. s. M.
ELCOME sweet day of rest,
Welcome to this reviving breast,
2. The King himself comes near,
Here we may sit, and see him here,
3. One day amidst the place
Where my dear God hath been,
4: My willing soul would stay
And sing and bear herself away
Hymn 347. s. M.
OW charming is the place
H Where my redeemer God
Unveils the beauties of his face,
And sheds his love abroad.
2. Not the fair palaces
To which the great resort,
3. Here on the mercy seat,
With radiant glory crown'd
4. To him their pray'rs and cries
5. To them his sov❜reign will
And in return accepts with smiles,
6. Give me, O Lord, a place
Hymn 348. L. M.
WAY from ev'ry mortal care,
Away from earth, our souls retreat,
3. Whilst here our various wants we mourn,
And pray'r brings down a quick return
4. Father! my soul would still abide
Hymn 349. c. M.
Duties and Privileges, Jude 20, 21.
HILST sinners, who presume to bear
"W The christian's sacred name,
Throw up the reigns to every lust,
3. Upon the Spirit's promis'd aid
And, whilst he breathes his quickʼning grace,
4. Preserve unquench'd your love to God,
And higher and still higher blaze,
5. With a transporting joy expect
The grace your Lord shall give,
Hymn 350. C. M.
1.ORD, in the morning thou shalt hear My voice ascending high;
To thee will I direct my pray❜r,
2. Up to the hills where Christ is gone,
Our songs and our complaints.
3. Yes, to thy house will I resort,
4. O may thy Spirit guide my feet
Hymn 351. P. M.
When consecrating a Church.
N sweet exalted strains
The King of glory praise;
2. To earth he bends his throne,
And wide his glories shine:
3. Then, King of Glory, come,
And with thy favour crown
This temple as thy dome,
This people as thy own:
Within this House, O deign to show,