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55 Ach sei mit Deiner Gnade. 7, 6.

1 ABIDE with us, our Saviour,

Nor let Thy mercy cease;
From Satan's might defend us,
And grant our souls release.

2 Abide with us, our Saviour,
Sustain us by Thy Word;
That we with all Thy people
To life may be restored.

3 Abide with us, our Saviour,
Thou Light of endless light;
Increase to us Thy blessings,
And save us by Thy might.

4 To Father, Son, and Spirit,
Eternal One in Three,
As was, and is forever,
All praise and glory be.
Unknown. 1848.
Tr. Charles Bernard Garve. 1827.

56 7s, 1 Lord, Thou art the Truth and Way: Guide us, lest we go astray. Lord, Thou art the Life: by Thee May we gain eternity. 2 In ourselves we cannot trust; Lord, remember we are dust ! Thou who all our frailty know'st, Send Thou us Thy Holy Ghost! Uuknown. 1850. a. - - From the Danish. 57 8,7. 1 SAviour ! all my sins confessing, Gracious hear me when I cry; Give, through faith, the promised blessing, Freely, fully justify.

2. By Thy Holy Spirit's leading,
Bring me to Thy bosom nigh;
In Thy blessed footsteps treading
Soul and body sanctify, >

3 So, the days of conflict ended,
Into mansions of the sky,
Whither, Lord, Thou art ascended,
With Thyself, me glorify.
Thomas Haweis. 1808.

1. HAIL, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost,
One God in persons Three;
Of Thee we make our joyful boast,
Our songs we make of Thee.

2 Present alike in every place,
Thy Godhead we adore:
Beyond the bounds of time and space
Thou dwell'st for evermore.

3 In wisdom infinite Thou art,
Thine eye doth all things see;
And every thought of every heart
Is fully known to Thee.

4 Whate'er Thou wilt, in earth below
Thou dost, in heaven above;
But chiefly we rejoice to know
The Almighty God is Love.

5 Thou lov'st whate'er Thy hands have made;
Thy goodness we rehearse,
In shining characters displayed

4. Do more than pardon: give us jo Sweet fear o sober #. JOy, And loving hearts without aligy, That only long to be like Thee. Through life's long day and death's dark night 0 gentle Jesus, be our Light! y

5 Labor is sweet, for Thou hast toiled;
And care is light, for Thou hast cared.
Ah, never let our works be soiled
With self, or by deceit insnared.
Through life's long day and death's dark night,
O gentle Jesus, be our Light!

6 For all we love, the poor, the sad, The sinful, unto Thee we call.

3 Abide with us, our Saviour, Thou Light of endless light; Increase to us Thy blessings, And save us by Thy might. 4 To Father, Son, and Spirit, Eternal One in Three, As was, and is forever, All praise and glory be. Unknown. 1848. Tr. Charles Bernard Garve. 1827. 56 7's. 1 Lord, Thou art the Truth and Way: Guide us, lest we go astray. Lord, Thou art the Life: by Thee May we gain eternity. 2 In ourselves we cannot trust; Lord, remember we are dust' Thou who all our frailty know'st, Send Thou us Thy Holy Ghost! - Uuknown. 1850. a.

-60 8,7. 1 MAY the grace of Christ our Saviour, And the Father's boundless Love, With the Holy Spirit's favor, Rest upon us from above.

2 Thus may we abide in union
With each other and the Lord;
And possess, in sweet communion,
Joys which earth cannot afford.

John Newton. 1779.

61 - C. M.
J. HAIL, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost,
One God in persons Three;
Of Thee we make our joyful boast,
Our songs we make of Thee.

2 Present alike in every place,
Thy Godhead we adore:
Beyond the bounds of time and space
Thou dwell'st for evermore.

3. In wisdom infinite Thou art,
Thine eye doth all things see;
And every thought of every heart
Is fully known to Thee.

4 Whate'er Thou wilt, in earth below
Thou dost, in heaven above;
But chiefly we rejoice to know
The Almighty God is Love.

5 Thou lov'st whate'er Thy hands have made;
Thy goodness we rehearse,
In shining characters displayed
Throughout our universe.

6 Mercy, with love, and endless grace,
O'er all Thy works doth reign :
But mostly Thou delight'st to bless
Thy favorite creature, man.

7 Wherefore let every creature give
To Thee the praise designed;
But chiefly, Lord, the thanks receive,
The hearts of all mankind. C. Wesley. 1766.

62 C. M. 1 BLEst be our everlasting Lord, Our Father, God, and King! Thy sovereign greatness we record, Thy glorious power we sing.

2. By Thee the victory is given :
• The majesty divine,
Wisdom and might, and earth and heaven,
And all therein, are Thine.

3 The kingdom, Lord, is Thine alone,
Who dost Thy right maintain,
And, high on Thine eternal throne,
O'er men and angels reign.

4 Riches, as seemeth good to Thee,
Thou dost, and honor give;
And kings their power and dignity
Out of Thy hand receive.

5 Thou hast on us the grace bestowed,
Thy greatness to proclaim;
And therefore now we thank our God,
And praise Thy glorious Name.

6 Thy glorious Name, Thy nature's powers,
Thou hast to man made known;
And all the Deity is ours,
Through Thy incarnate Son.
C. Wesley. 1762. a.

63 C. MI. 1 ThousANDs of thousands stand around Thy throne, O God most high; Ten thousand times ten thousand sound Thy praise: but who am I?

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