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re-main; My por- tion rich and full is He, My right He will main-tain.

Copyright, 1901, by United Presbyterian Board of Publication

( Selected Stanzas )

2 The lot to me that fell

Is beautiful and fair;
The heritage in which I dwell

Is good beyond compare.
I praise the Lord above

Whose counsel guides aright;
My heart instructs me in His love

In seasons of the night.

3 I keep before me still

The Lord Whom I have proved;
At my right hand He guards from ill,

And I shall not be moved.
Life's pathway Thou wilt show,

To Thy right hand wilt guide,
Where streams of pleasure ever flow,

And boundless joys abide.

31 The Prayer of the Righteous PSALM 17 C. H. M.

CALM

Thomas Hastings

CALM

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Thou in the night my heart hast tried, Nor found it turned from Thee a - side.

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Our Need of Divine Help PSALM 17 C. H. M. LONGFELLOW

Frederic F. Bullard

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Thou in the night my heart hast tried, Nor found it turned from Thee a-side.

Copyright, 1902, by Congregational Sunday-School and Publishing Society. Used by per.

(Selected Stanzas )

2 With steadfast courage I design

No wrong to speak or do;
Thy path of life I choose for mine

And walk with purpose true.
For help, O God, I cry to Thee,
Assured that Thou wilt answer me.

3 0 Thou that ever savest those

Whose trust on Thee is stayed,
Preserving them from all their foes

By Thy almighty aid,
Let me Thy loving-kindness see,
Thy wondrous mercy; full and free.

4 When I in righteousness at last

Thy glorious face shall see,
When all the weary night is past,

And I awake with Thee
To view the glories that abide,
Then, then I shall be satisfied.

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3 On Thee, O God, again I call, 5 Soon I in glorious righteousness For Thou wilt answer me;

Shall see Thee as Thou art; Incline Thy ear and hear the prayer. Thy likeness, Lord, when I awake That I direct to Thee.

Shall satisfy my heart.

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