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Hymn Book;" to Mr. David King, of Birming
make use of hymns from their various .collections. They are indebted to Sir Roundell Palmer for his sanction to use his " Book of Praise;" to John Rylands, Esq., for the "Cavendish Hymnal;" to Mr. Spurgeon, for "Our Own
PREFACE. The compilers of this HYMN Book confidently hope it will be found acceptable to all who desire to offer praise to God. Their endeavour has been to obtain hymns especially suitable for public worship; and they believe that the varied experiences and feelings of all will find expression in those selected.
The sincere thanks of the compilers are here presented to many proprietors and publishers for the permission they have kindly given to
ham, for“ Psalms, Hymns, and Scripture Chants;" and to Mr. Daniel Sedgwick, of 93, Sun Street, Bishopsgate, for allowing them to use “ Hunt's Translation of Luther's Hymns, and also for his kindness in assisting them to obtain some of the choicest hymns in the book.
The compilers feel that the book of praise now presented is not perfect; at the same time they trust it will aid in awakening higher spiritual aspirations, and in promoting a more fervent love of the Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
INDEX OF SUBJECTS.
THE EXCELLENCE OF THE WORD OF GOD 309
INVITATIONS AND PROMISES
THE THRONE OF GRACE
THE CHRISTIAN LIFE:-
Repentance and Faith
Holiness and Love
Patience and Submission...