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the living God, In all Thy plen itude of grace,

Wher-e'er the foot of man hath trod, De-scend on our

2 Give tongues of fire and hearts of love
To preach the reconciling word;
Give power and unction from above,
Whene'er the joyful sound is heard.

German Melody: arr. by Samuel Dyer, 1828

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342 (MENDON) L. M.

1 "Go, preach My gospel," saith the Lord;

"Bid the whole earth My grace receive; He shall be saved that trusts My word; He shall be lost that won't believe.

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196 O Master, let me walk with Thee. 285 O grant us light, that we may know. 358 O still in accents sweet and strong. 361 Lord, speak to me, that I may speak.

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4 O Spirit of the Lord, prepare

All the round earth her God to meet;
Breathe Thou abroad like morning air,
Till hearts of stone begin to beat.

3 Be darkness, at Thy coming, light;
Confusion, order in Thy path;
Souls without strength inspire with might; The Name of Jesus glorify,
Bid mercy triumph over wrath.

5 Baptize the nations; far and nigh
The triumphs of the cross record;

Till every kindred call Him Lord.

2 "I'll make your great commission known,
And ye shall prove My gospel true,
By all the works that I have done,
By all the wonders ye shall do.

6 God from eternity hath willed

All flesh shall His salvation see:
So be the Father's love fulfilled,

The Saviour's sufferings crowned through Thee.

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3 "Teach all the nations My commands;
I'm with you till the world shall end;
All power is trusted to My hands,
I can destroy, and I defend."

The following Hymns are also suitable:

4 He spake, and light shone round His head;

James Montgomery, 1823

On a bright cloud to heaven He rode; They to the farthest nations spread The grace of their ascended God.

Rev. Isaac Watts, 1709: verse 1, line 4,8 alt.

668 We pray Thee, Jesus, who didst first.

365 Lead on, O King Eternal.
373 Soldiers of the cross, arise.
378 Ye servants of the Lord.
380 He that goeth forth with weeping.

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Speak with the voice that wakes the dead, And make Thy people hear.

Henry J. Gauntlett, 1848

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348 INTERCESSION L. M.

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1 Forth in Thy Name, O Lord, I

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"Easy Music for Church Choirs," 1853

go, My daily

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(See also MORNING HYMN, No. 4)

2 The task Thy wisdom hath assigned
O let me cheerfully fulfil;
In all my works Thy presence find,
And prove Thy good and perfect
will.

3 Preserve me from my calling's snare, And hide my simple heart above; Above the thorns of choking care,

The gilded baits of worldly love.

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Thee, only Thee, re- solved to know In all I think, or speak, or do.

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2 But the slow watches of the night
Not less to God belong;
And for the everlasting right

The silent stars are strong.

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6 For Thee delightfully employ

Whate'er Thy bounteous grace hath given
And run my course with even joy,

And closely walk with Thee to heaven.
Rev. Charles Wesley, 1749: verse 2,

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5 When knowledge, hand in hand with peace,
Shall walk the earth abroad; -
The day of perfect righteousness,
The promised day of God.

A-MEN.

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4 Thee may I set at my right hand, Whose eyes mine inmost substance

see,

And labor on at Thy command,

And offer all my works to Thee. 5 Give me to bear Thy easy yoke,

And every moment watch and pray;
And still to things eternal look,
And hasten to Thy glorious day:

349 (ST. MARGUERITE) C. M.

1 "Thy kingdom come," on bended knee 3 And lo! already on the hills
The flags of dawn appear;
Gird up your loins, ye prophet souls,
Proclaim the day is near:

The passing ages pray;
And faithful souls have yearned to see
On earth that kingdom's day.

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4 The day in whose clear-shining light
All wrongs shall stand revealed,
When justice shall be throned in might
And every hurt be healed;

Rev. Frederick L. Hosmer, 1891

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