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3 Of life the Fountain thou!
I know, I feel it now.
Faint and dead no more I droop;
Thou reviv'st me, thy supplies
Ev'ry moment springing up,
Unto life eternal rise.

4 Thou the good Shepherd art;
From thee I'll never part.
Thou my Keeper and my Guide,
Watch me still with tender care;
Gently lead me by thy side,
Kindly in thy bosom bear.

5 Thou art my daily Bread!
O Christ, thou art my
Countless benefits on me,

As thy body's member flow;
Nourish'd I, and fed by thee,
Up to thee in all things grow.
6 Prophet, to me reveal
Thy Father's perfect will.
Never mortal spake like thee;
Lord, may I by thee be taught,
May I listen eagerly

To thy words, with comfort fraught.
7 High-priest, on thee I call,
Thy blood aton'd for all.
Thou dost still in heav'n above

As the Lamb once slain appear;
There remember me in love,
Plead for me a sinner there.

8 Jesus, thou art my King,
Praises to thee I sing.

Kept by thy almighty hand,

Saviour, who shall pluck me thence ?
Faith supports, by faith I stand,
By the faith thou dost dispense.
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COME, worship at Immanuel's feet;
Behold in him what wonders meet!
Words are too feeble to express
His worth, his glory, or his grace.

2 Christ is our Head; each member lives,

And owns the vital pow'r he gives : The saints below, and saints above, Join'd by his Spirit, and his love. 3 He is the Vine; his heav'nly root Supplies each branch with life and fruit :

O may a lasting union join

My soul, as branch, to Christ the Vine!
4 He is the Rock; how firm he proves!
The Rock of ages never moves:
But the sweet streams that from him flow,
Attend us all the desert through.
5 He is the Sun of Righteousness,
Diffusing light, and joy, and peace:
What healing in his beams appears,
To chase our clouds and dry our tears!
6 Yet faintly to us mortals here
His glory, grace and worth appear;
His beauties we shall clearly trace,
When we behold him face to face.

XII. Of the Holy Ghost, and his Gifts and Operations.


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2 Thou Light divine! most gracious Lord!

COME, Holy Ghost! come, Lord Revive us by thy holy word,

our God!

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And teach thy flock in truth to call
On God, the Father of us all:
From all strange doctrines us preserve,
No other masters may we serve,
But Christ, who is our only Saviour!
In him we will confide for ever.

Hallelujah! :: 3 O Holy Ghost! kind Comforter! Help us, with watchfulness and pray'r,

'Midst various trials thee t' obey,
And never from the truth to stray:
O Lord, by thy almighty grace,
Prepare us so to run our race,
That we by thy illumination,
May gain heav'n's glorious habitation.
Hallelujah! :||:

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2 Thou heav'nly Teacher, thee we

For thy instruction, pow'r and grace,
To love the Father, who doth own
Us as his children in the Son.

3 Thee of ourselves we could not

Till thou, O Lord, didst clearly show
The sin of unbelief to us,

Of enmity to Jesus' cross.

GOD Holy Ghost, in mercy us pre-4 When this we felt to be our case,

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Then Jesus' blood and righteousness
Unto our hearts thou didst reveal,
Imparting thus thy pard'ning seal.

Guide us, till to finish our race per-15 Most gracious Comforter, we pray,

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2 O grant us thy divine, thy saving light, That we may understand Christ's mind aright,



That we may in Jesus abide for ever,
Who gain'd a place in heav'n for each
Have mercy,
3 Thou Source of love, God Holy
Ghost, inspire

Our lifeless souls with love's celestial fire:

May we, as Christ's members, be join'd together

In unity, and truly love each other. Have mercy, Lord!

4 O thou our highest comfort in all need,

Grant that we neither shame nor death may dread;

Should we even suffer hard persecution, O give us grace to stand without con. Have mercy, Lord!


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O lead us further every day!
Thy unction to us all impart,
Preserve and sanctify each heart.

6 Till we in heav'n shall take our seat,

Instruct us often to repeat,

"Abba, our Father!" and to be With Christ, in union constantly.

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The pow'r and glory of the Lord appear, And such flocks of Jesus are multiplying,

Who only wish to live, themselves denying, Unto thy praise. 3 O thou life-giving Stream! the earth o'erflow,

Whatever would obstruct thy course, break through, [tion, O most gracious Spirit! hear our petiTeach all to turn to Jesus with contrition, Thy office 'tis. 4 We pray thee fill us all with Jesus' love,

That we may in his service faithful prove:

Teach us all to deem it the greatest fa- And thy patience, ever prove


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HOLY Ghost, thou God and Lord
Ofthy Congregation,
We to thee with one accord
Pay our adoration.

2 For thy teachings, heav'nly Guide,
O accept our praises!
Have we thee, we're well supply'd
With good gifts and graces.
3 Thou explainest unto us
Jesus' incarnation,

And how he upon the cross

Purchas'd our salvation.

4 Thou fill'st with the gospel light
Every land and nation,

Aidst thy witnesses, with might,
Under tribulation.

5 Us to Jesus thou hast brought,
And wilt keep us ever
In the faith which thou hast wrought,
Thro' thy grace and favor.
6 With maternal faithfulness

Lead his ransom'd people,
And to please him give them grace,
Bear them up when feeble.

7 Daily Jesus' flock thanks thee
For thy kind tuition;

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may we obedient be,

Thro' thy benediction!

8 Grant, that we may never lose,
Till our dying moment,
The rich comfort which to us
Flows from Christ's atonement.

9 For, our heav'nly Father's love, Jesus' great compassion,

Our strong consolation.

10 Amen, Lord God, Holy Ghost,
Endless thanks and praises
Gives to thee the ransom'd host,
In the name of Jesus.

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GOD Holy Spirit, be for ever blest, That thou to us Christ's death dost manifest,

And of him the Fountain, whence flows salvation,

Dost so distinctly give us information, And light impart.

2 What of the Father and the Son we know

To thy divine instructions all we owe,
Thro' thy operations we are assured,
That Jesus Christ, who death for us
Is Lord and God.

3 Thanks for revealing to us the Lamb slain,

And that his blood would have been shed in vain,

Had to sanctify us ought else availed, And could our souls have otherwise been healed, Than by his stripes. 4 Christ's meritorious suff'rings are

the sum,

And sole foundation of true Christendom;

We enjoy, thro' mercy, those comforts blessed,

Of which, thro' thee, believers are possessed, While here on earth.

5 The blood of Christ alone can joy impart,

Can heal, revive, and cheer the contrite heart;

Therefore show still clearer to us his


And lead us daily more, God! Holy
Into all truth.

6 Have patience with us sinners ev'ry That thus we may show,

Forgive us all our trespasses we pray;
O instruct & warn us without cessation;
And with thy peace, thy love and con-
Fill all our hearts.

7 Of Christ we'll gladly testify each

Until his kingdom shall appear with pow'r;

Then will all see clearly, how thou hast trained

God's children, when they once shall have attained To bliss complete. 8 Blest Comforter, vouchsafe us all the grace,

To yield thee joy for thy great faithfulness,

For thy love and patience; from sin
protect us,

And in the narrow way to life direct
Thou heav'nly Guide!


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O SPIRIT of grace!

Thy kindness we praise,

In showing to us,

In our whole behaviour, that Jesus we

7 Grant us to increase
In knowledge and grace,
Rejoicing by faith

In Jesus' atonement, wrought out by
his death.

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O Comforter, God Holy Ghost!
Thou heav'nly gifts on us bestow'st;
The Pledge of our salvation art,
And bear'st thy witness in our heart:
2 The sheep of Jesus, which were lost,
Thou callest, teaching them to trust
For help, forgiveness, peace and grace,
In him, the Lord our Righteousness.
3 Thy unction freely dost impart
To ev'ry poor and contrite heart,
Which Jesus as the Saviour knows,
From whom alone salvation flows.

4 The feeble souls thou dost sustain,
Anointest all the witness train;
Keepest believers in the faith,

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And art their Guide in life and death.

That life and salvation proceed from 5 Who can thy operations trace,

Christ's cross.

2 In darkness we stray'd,

Until we were led

By thee to believe,

That Jesus, our Saviour, will sinners

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O Spirit of love,

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Thy kindness, patience, truth & grace,
Which on God's children thou bestow'st
O Comforter, God Holy Ghost!

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And thankful to thee, for thy mercies, Which will with holy love my breast

5 We wish to afford

To Jesus, our Lord,

For his bitter pain,


And with an active zeal my soul inflame [train. To do thy will, and glorify thy name.

Joy, honor and glory, 'midst his chosen 3 Endow me richly with thy gifts and

6 O therefore impart

Thyself to each heart,'


To fit me for the duties of my place:


open thou my lips, my heart to raise, Jesus, who did for sinners die, That both my heart and lips may give

thee praise.

4 As in thy temple,keep thou residence Within my soul, and never part from thence,

Until I'm fitted and prepar'd by thee Life to exchange for immortality.

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COME, Holy Spirit, come,

Let thy bright beams arise;
Dispel the darkness from our minds,
And open all our eyes.

2 Revive our drooping faith,
Our doubts and fears remove;
And kindle in our breast the flame
Of never-ceasing love.

3 Convince us of our sip,

Then lead to Jesus' blood;
And to our stubborn hearts reveal
The hidden love of God.

4 'Tis thine to cleanse the heart,
To sanctify the soul,
To pour fresh life on ev'ry part,
And new-create the whole.
5 If thou, O Comforter!

Thine influence, withdraw,
What easy victims soon we fall
To conscience and the law!
6 No longer burns our love;

Our faith and courage fail;
Our sin revives, and death and hell
Our feeble souls assail.

7 Dwell therefore in our hearts;
Our minds from bondage free:
Then shall we know, and praise, and

The Father, Son, and Thee,

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SPIRIT of truth, come down,
Reveal the things of God,
Make thou to us Christ's Godhead

Apply his precious blood,
His merits glorify,

That each may clearly see,


Hath surely dy'd for me.

No man can truly say

That Jesus is the Lord,

Unless thou take the veil away,
And breathe the living word;
Then, only then we feel

Our int'rest in his blood,
And cry with joy unspeakable,
"Thou art my Lord, my God!"
3 O that the world might know
The all-atoning Lamb!
Spirit of faith, descend and show
The virtue of his name ;
The grace which all may find,
The saving pow'r, impart;
O testify to all mankind
And speak in ev'ry heart!

228. T. 14.

COME, Holy Ghost, eternal God,
Proceeding from above,
Both from the Father and the Son,

Thou God of peace and love.
2 Thou art the only Comforter
In all our soul's distress;
Thou showest us our unbelief,

And Christ's redeeming grace.
3 Thou dost thy sanctifying gifts
Unto the church impart;
Writest God's holy, precious law
On each believer's heart.

4 Thy holy unction pow'r affords
The gospel to proclaim:
By thee enabled, we set forth

Salvation in Christ's name.

5 Assist and strengthen us, O Lord!
Thou know'st we all are frail :
Grant, neither Satan, world, nor flesh,
May o'er Christ's flock prevail.

6 Cause all disharmony and strife
In Christendom to cease:
And give to all the flocks of Christ
Love, union, truth, and peace.

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