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2. Raised from depths of mental blindness,
Sown in tears,
Let each heart
Bear its part,
367. C. M.
1. There's not a star whose twinkling light
Illumes the distant earth,
Upon the parching clod,
3. There's not a place in earth's vast round,
In ocean deep, or air,
Wherever space extends,
power with mercy blends.
5. Then rise, my soul ! and sing bis name,
And all his praise rehearse, Who spread abroad earth's glorious frame, And built the universe.
368. c. M.
Restoration of pure worship.
Shall come, and all shall frame To bow them low before thee, Lord, And glorify thy name.
Shall bud and blossom then;
By thy strong hand are done; Thou in thy everlasting seat Remainest God alone.
369. P. M. Praise to God for his mercy and truth.
370. L. M.
2. Who gave
the winds their course to know? The ocean tides to ebb and flow? And day and night preserve their bounds, And changing seasons know their rounds?
3. Could man conceive the vast design? Could he the grand machine combine..... Stretch his weak hands from pole to pole, And bid them on their centre roll?
4. Could man, with all his skill, compose The humblest blade of
that Or at his will ordain to be The smallest insect that we see?
5. ”Twas God who gave creation birth, Who form’d this wondrous globe of earth, And breathed throughout the mighty whole The likeness of a living soul.
Bow then to God, O all that live!
A morning hymn.
2. Thine everlasting love is spread O'er valley, plain, and mountain-head..... Breathes in the breeze, and lights the dew; 'Tis ever active, ever new.
372. L. M.
WAKE, my soul, and with the sun
pay thy morning sacrifice.
By influence of the light divine
first springs of thought and will, And with thyself my spirit fill.
4. Direct, control, suggest this day, All I design to do or say; That all my powers, with all their might, In thy sole glory may unite.
5. All praise to thee, who safe hast kept And hast refresh'd me while I slept: Grant, Lord, when I from death shall wake, I may
of endless life partake.