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And oft es-caped the tempter's snare,By thy return,sweet hour of pray'r!
I'll cast on Him my ev'ry care And wait for thee,sweet hour of pray'r! Amen.

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JAMES MONTGOMERY, 1818

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PRINCE OF PEACE C. M.
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His watchword at the gates of death:
He enters Heaven with prayer.

JAMES MONTGOMERY, 1818

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That trembles in the breast.
When none but God is near.

The mo-tion of a hidden fire
The up-ward glancing of the eye,
Pray'r the sub-lim -est strains that reach The Maj- es - ty on High.
While an-gels in their songs re-joice, And cry "Be-hold, he prays!" A - men.

5 Prayer is the Christian's vital breath, 6 0 Thou, by whom we come to God, The Christian's native air;

The Life, the Truth, the Way!
The path of prayer Thyself hast trod;
Lord, teach us how to pray.

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BYEFIELD C. M.
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Rev. WILLIAM D. MACLAGAN

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THOMAS HASTINGS, 1840

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There-fore will not say thee nay.

He Him-self has bid thee pray,
Let Thy blood,for sin-ners spilt, Set my conscience free frem guilt.
There Thy blood-bought right maintain And with-out a ri val reign.
my Guide, my Guard,my Friend, Lead me to my

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ST. ANDREW S. M.

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4 Light Thou my weary way,
Lead Thou my wandering feet,
That while I stay on earth I may
Still find Thy mercy sweet.

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jour-ney's end. A-men.

Sir JOSEPH Barnby, 1866

My soul, a dor-ing, pleads Thy word, And owns Thy mercy sweet.
Thou hast the justice truth re-quires, And I
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Before Thy mer cy seat
Are all in Christ com - plete;
Wher-e'er Thy peo - ple meet,

Thy mercy sweet. de-light in Thee to rest, And find Thy mercy sweet. A-men. ke. ke

5 Thus shall the heavenly host
Hear all my songs repeat

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To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost,
My joy, Thy mercy sweet.

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