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3. Let joy and worship spend
The remnant of my days;
In sweet perfumes of praise.
Hymn 344. L. M.
doney Return my soul, enjoy thy rest,
Improve the day thy God has blest.
So sweet a rest to wearied minds;
And gives this day the food of sev'n.
Which none, but he who feels it, knows.. 4. This heav'nly calm, within the breast,
Is the dear pledge of glorious rest,
The end of cares, the end of pains.
In various scenes both old and new;
With hope, we future pleasures taste. , 6. In holy duties let the day,
In holy pleasures pass away;
Hymn 345. c. M. REQUENT the day of God returns
And yet how slow devotion burns!
How languid are its flames.
Our frailties, Lord forgive;
And praise thee while we live. 3. Increase, O Lord, our faith and hope,
And fit us to ascend,
The Sabbath ne'er shall end. 4. Where we shall breathe in heav'nly air,
With heav'nly lustre shine ;
And feast on love divine.
Hymn 346. s. M.
That saw the Lord arise,
And these rejoicing eyes.
And feasts his saints to-day ;
And love, and praise and pray. 3. One day amidst the place
Where my dear God hath been,
Of pleasurable sin.
in such a frame as this,
To everlasting bliss.
Hymn 347. s. M. 1.
H W charming is the place
And sheds his love abroad. 2. Not the fair palaces
To which the great resort,
Where Jesus holds his court. 3. Here on the mercy seat,
With radiant glory crown'd
And smile on all around.
Each humble soul presents :
And grants them all their wants. 5. To them his sov’reign will
He graciously imparts:
The tribute of their hearts. 6. Give me, O Lord, a place
Within thy blest abode,
The servants of my God.
Hymn 348. 1. M.
We leave this worthless world afar,
And wait and worship near thy seat. 2. Lord, in the temple of thy grace,
We see thy feet, and we adore;
3. Whilst here our various wants we mourely
And pray'r brings down a quick retum
Duties and Privileges, Jude 20, 21.
The christian's sacred Dame,
The grace your Lord shall give,
United groans ascend on high;
Of blessings in variety. 4. Father! my soul would still abide, But if my feet must hence departe
Hymn 349. c. 1,
And glory in their shame :
Detest their impious ways,
An heav'nly temple raise.
Depend from day to day,
Adore, and praise, and pray.
And let the flame arise,
"Till it ascends the skies.
Their crowns of life receive.
Hymn 350. C. M. "LORD, in the morning thou shalt hear
My voice ascending high ;
To thee will I direct my pray'r,
To thee lift up mine eye ;
To plead for all his saints,
Our songs and our complaints. 3. Yes, to thy house will I resort, To taste thy mercies here;
; I will frequent thy holy court,
And worship in thy fear.
In ways of righteousness!
And plain before my face,
Hymn 351. P. M.
O’er heav'n and earth he reigns,
Through everlasting days:
Sustains or sinks the distant poles. 2. To earth he bends his throne,
His throne of grace divine;
And wide his glories shine :
Is with his smiles and presence blest. 3. Then, King of Glory, come,
And with thy favour crown
This people as thy own: