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2 Blest is the man to whom the Lord
Imputes not his iniquities;
La 3 From guile his heart and lips are free; His humble joy, his holy fear,
al they With deep repentance well agree,
And join to prove his faith sincere. 4 How glorious is that righteousness
That hides and cancels all his sins,
HYMN 304. S. M. 
Whose sins are covered o'er;
Imputes their guilt no more.
his Their lips and lives, in virtue cast,
Their genuine faith declare. 3 While I my guilt conceal'd,
I felt the fest'ring wound; Till I my sins to thee reveal'd,
BE And ready pardon found. 4 Let sinners learn to pray,
Let saints keep near the throne; Our help in trouble's dark array, Is found in God alone!
HYMN 305. C. M. 
My God, my help, my trust;
Mine honor from the dust.
2 Slander and fear, on ev'ry side,
Seiz'd and beset me round;
And speedy rescue found. 3 Thy children from the strife of tongues,
Shall thy.pavilion hide;
And crush the sons of pride.
Let me for ever dwell;
HYMN 306. S. M. 
Our Saviour, and our King,
Their humble praises bring. 2 'Tis bis almighty love,
His counsel and his care,
And every hurtful snare. 3 He will present our souls,
Unblemish'd and complete, Before the glory of his face,
With joys divinely great. 4 To our Redeemer God,
Wisdom and power belongs;
HYMN 307. S. M. 
And hymns of glory sing ;
The universal King.
2 He form’d the deeps unknown;
He gave the seas their bound;
And all the solid ground.
Come, bow before the Lord:
He form'd us by his word. 4 To-day attend his voice,
Nor dare provoke his rod; Come as the people of his choice, And own your gracious God.
HYMN 308. C. M. 
To God, the sov’reign King;
And hymns of triumph sing !
His heav'nly guards around Attend him rising through the sky,
With trumpet's joyful sound! 3 While angels shout and praise their King,
Let mortals learn their strains ; Let all the earth his honors sing;
O'er all the earth he reigns !
He lov'd that chosen race;
HYMN 309. S. M.
The Father has bestowed On sinners of a mortal race,
To call them sons of God!
To rest upon my heart.
2 "Tis no surprising thing,
That we should be unknown;
God's everlasting Son, 3 Nor doth it yet appear
How great we must be made;
We shall be like our Head. 4 A hope so much divine
May trials well endure;
As Christ, the Lord, is pure. 5 If in my Father's love
I share a filial part,
6 We would no longer lie
Like slaves beneath the throne; Our faith shall Abba, Father, cry, And thou the kindred own.
HYMN 310. L. M.  JESUS, my King, to thee I bow,
Enlisted under thy command ; Captain of my salvation, thou
Shalt lead me to the promised land. 2 Thou hast a great deliverance wrought,
The staff from off my shoulder broke; Out of the house of bondage brought,
And freed me from th’ Egyptian yoke. 3 O'er the vast howling wilderness,
To Canaan's bounds thou hast me led; Thou bidd'st me now the land possess,
And on thy milk and honey feed 4 I see an open door of hope;
Legions of sin in vain oppose;
Bold, I with thee, my Head, march up,
And triumph o'er a world of foes.
Who is so great a King as mine?
HYMN 311. 8s. .
In God our salvation rejoice,
His praise, with one spirit, one voice:
The God of all gods, on his throne;
The ends of the earth are his own. 2 The sea is Jehovah's—he made
The tide its dominion to know;
Its solid foundations below."
Before our Creator, our God-
The flock whom he guides with bis rod. 3 As Moses, the fathers of old,
Through the sea and the wilderness led, His wonderful works to behold,
With manna from heaven are fed : To-day, let us hearken to-day,
To the voice that yet speaks from above, And all his commandments obey,
For all his commandments are love. 4 His wrath let us fear to provoke,
To dwell in his favor unite; His service is freedom, his yoke
Is easy, his burden is light: