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HAMPSTEAD L. M.
Rev. CHARLES WRSLEY, 1749
1. Forth in Thy Name, O Lord, I
dai-lyla - bor to pur - gue; 2. The task Thy wis-dom hath as-signed, O let me cheerful - ly ful - fil; 3. Thee may I set at my right hand, Whose eyes my in-most substance see, 4. Give me to bear Thy ea - sy yoke, And - 'ry moment watch and pray,
So let our works and vir - tues shine, To prove the doctrine all di - vine.
BRENT C. M.
Rev. PHILIP DODDRIDGB, 1755
SAMUKL WEEKES, 1875 b
A cloud of wit - ness - es a-round Hold thee in full Sur - vey: 3. 'Tis God's all - an - i - mat - ing voice That calis thee from on high;
4 That prize with peerless glory bright, 5 Blest Saviour, introduced by Thee, Which shall new lustre boast,
Have I my race begun; When victors' wreaths and monarchs' gems And, crowned with victory, at Thy feet Shall blend in common dust.
I'll lay my honors down. 324
CHRISTMAS C. M. Rev. Philip DOODRIDGB, 1755
G. F. HANDBL, 1728
that we have is Thine a - lone, A trust, O Lord, from Thee.
5 The captive to release,
To God the lost to bring, To teach the way of life and peace,
It is a Christ-like thing.
6 And we believe Thy word,
Though dim our faith may be, Whate'er for Thine we do, O Lord, We do it unto Thee.
DOWNFIELD S. M.
H. ELLIOTT BUTTON, 1994
I. Great Giv - er
of all good, Teach us to give like Thee; 2. May we Thy law of love Ful fil in thought and deed; 3. May
we, with Thee, O Lord, Each oth - ers sor-rows share;
Ours Each Let
be the great be - at - i - tude Of love and serv - ice free.