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Rev. JOHN H. GURNEY, ab. 1838
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1. Lord, as to Thy dear cross we flee, And pray
2. Help us, thro' good re- port
and ill, Our dai
Rev. THOMAS HAWEIS, 1792
MOUNT CALVARY C. M.
So let Thy life our pat-tern be,
Sir ROBERT P. STEWART, 1825-1894
Our earth - li- ness
And form our souls for heav'n. Fa-ther's will, Our broth-er's grief to share. bo- soms dwell As free and true as Thine. A-men.
4 If joy shall at Thy bidding fly,
And grief's dark day come on,
DALEHURST C. M.
5 Kept peaceful in the midst of strife,
O may we lead the pilgrim's life,
for-giv'n, to bear; re- fine;
In all my sor-rows, con-flicts, woes, Dear Lord, re- mem- ber me.
How - ev er dark it
a - right.
ly stray. A-men.
Choose Thou my cares for me,
7 Not mine, not mine the choice
Rev. JOSEPH Humphreys, (1720-1770)
are the sons of God, They are bought with Christ's own blood; 2. They are justified by grace, They enjoy 3. They are lights up on the earth, Children of
Rev. CHARLES Wesley, 1759
They are ransomed from the grave; Life ternal
ROSEFIELD 7s. 61.
With them numbered may we be, Here, and in e
I. Let 2. One 3. One
in we the 4. Dear Saviour, be our
saints be low
WALLHEAD C. M.
Rev. H. A. C. MALAN, 1834
Sav-iour's peace; heav'n-ly birth,—
they shall have: God's great day: them be gun:
concert sing With those to glory gone; dwell in Him, One Church above, be- neath living God, To His com-mand we bow, con- stant guide; Then, when the word is