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6 In Thy strength may we be strong;
894 Not forsaking the assembling of
ourselves together.-Heb. 10, 25.
F tis sweet to mingle where
If tis sweet with them to raise
Songs of holy joy and praise-
2 Saviour, may these meetings prove
While we worship in this place,
895 Peace be to the brethren, and love
with faith.-Eph. 6, 23.
Join every voice and every heart;
2 Christians, we here may meet no more,
3 Now to our God, the Three in One,
Rehearse, ye saints, the sound againLet every voice repeat Amen!
He is our peace.-Eph. 2, 14.
PART in peace! Christ's life was
Let us live our life in Him; [peace; Part in peace! Christ's death was peace, Let us die our death in Him.
2 Part in peace! Christ promise gave
Where all mortal partings cease;
897 Be diligent, that ye may be found
of Him in peace.-2 Pet. 3, 14.
1 NOW, Lord, we part awhile, But still in spirit joined,
Embrace the happy toil
Thou hast to each assigned;
But we shall meet again,
And death, and grief, and pain,
In the new earth and heavens above,
That calls Thine exiles home,
And wanderers cease to roam!
898 The God of love and peace shall be
with you.-2 Cor. 13, 11.
MAY the grace of Christ our Saviour,
And the Father's boundless love,
With the Holy Spirit's favour,
Pest upon us from above.
2 Thus may we abide in union
With each other and the Lord;
899 The peace of God, which passeth
all understanding.--Phil. 4, 7.
EACE be to this habitation!
Peace, the earnest of salvation;
Peace, that speaks the heavenly Giver;
2 Prince of Peace! be present near us;
With Thy gracious presence cheer ns;
900 Jesus was called, and His disciples,
to the marriage.-John 2, 2.
INCE Jesus freely did appear
O Lord! we ask Thy presence here:
2 Upon the bridal pair look down,
4 With gifts of grace their hearts endow, Of all rich dowries best;
Their substance bless; Thy peace bestow,
901 What God hath joined together. let
not man put asunder.-Matt. 19, 6.
2 In prosperity, be near
To preserve them in Thy fear;
902 And they blessed Rebekah.-Gen.
E join to crave with wishes kind,
On those who now the bands have
2 We know that scenes not always bright May unto them be given;
But let there shine o'er all the light
Mingling their joys as helpmeets true,
4 The Saviour whom they trust, the same; The same their home above;
May each in each still feed the flame
5 And when the solemn hour shall come,
MORNING AND EVENING.
903 In the morning will I direct my
prayer unto Thee.-Ps. 5, 3.
10 thee, my God and Saviour,
2 Soon as the morn with roses
3 By Thee through life supported,
There cast my crown before Thee,
904 Man goeth forth unto his labour,
until the evening.-Ps. 104, 23.
AWAKE, my soul, and with the sun
2 Wake, and lift up thyself, my heart,
4 Lord, I my vows to Thee renew,
5 Direct, control, suggest this day, All I design, or do, or say;
That all my powers, with all their might,
6 Glory to Thee, who safe hast kept,
905 When I awake I am still with Thee.
-Ps. 139, 18.
N sleep's serene oblivion laid,
My conscious soul resumes her power,