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Trust in God promoted by grateful Recollection. 1 DEAR Lord! why should I doubt thy love,

Or disbelieve thy grace ?
Sure thy compassions ne'er remove,

Altho thou hide thy face. de vol 97.1 2 Thy smiles have freed my heart from pain,

My drooping spirits cheer doom par And wilt thou not appear again

and dedit Where thou hast once appear'd ?

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The mercies now possess a combat S I'll praise for blessings I enjoy loss s'I & And trust for all the rest. so I SH

Doutor train 289 8.8. 6. Chatham 59. Hinton 276.

Fears removed-It is I; be not afraid, John vi. 20. 1 UNCLEAN! unclean

! and full of sin, From first to last, O Lord, I've been!

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Deceitful is my heart :
Guilt presses down my burden”d soul;
But Jésus can the waves control,

And bid my fears depart. Itnah 70
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On me for every thing depend : TAFT !
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Thou need’st not be afraid, mobetu JESSE.

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EGONE, unbelief! my Saviour is near,

And, for my relief, will surely appear;
By prayer let me wrestle, and he will perform's

With CHRIST in the vessel, I smile at the storm 2 Though

dark be my way, since he is my guide,
'Tis mine to obey, tis his to. provide :
Tho' cisterns be broken, and creatures all fail,
The word he has spoken shall surely prevail

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His love, in time past, forbids to think
He'll leave me at last in trouble to sink;
Each sweet Ebenezer I have in review, q&H

Confirms his good pleasure to help me quite thro'. 4 Determind to save, he watch'd o'er my path

When, Satan's blind slave, I sported with death;

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I complain of want or distress,
The heirs of salvation, , I know from his

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His way was much rougher and darker than mine;

Did Christ, my Lord, suffer, and shall I repine ? 7 Since all that I meet shall work for my good,

The bitter is sweet; the medicine is food,
Tho' painful at present, 'twill cease before long,
And then, O how pleasant the conqueror's song!

plicousin 291 L. M. New Sabbath 22. Langdon 217,

True Wisdon, Prov, til, 13-19.30 1 HAPPY the man who finds the grade

The blessing of God's chosen race; The wisdom coming from above, te sosT' & B.And faith that sweetly works by love.

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Who knows, the Saviour dy'd for me
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And all her flow'ry paths are peace : 5 di
Wisdom to silver we prefer,

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The tree of life divine she is,
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SSL 97591 obedient He owns, and will for ever own, Wisdom, and Chrtsr, and heaven are one. To 292 L. M. Lewton 30. Rowles 73. bu Zeal for Christ; or, Peter and Johñ following their Master,

John xxi. 18-20. 1 BLEST men, who stretch their willing hands,

Submissive to their Lakp's commands, And yield their liberty and breath ariston I To him that lov’d their souls in death. Wordt eau me to suffer and to die telt ntlid woda

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