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Green pastures are before me,

Which yet I have not seen; Bright skies will soon be o'er me,

Where the dark clouds have been. My hope I cannot measure,

The path to life is free; My Saviour has my treasure, And He will walk with me. Amen.

ANNA LÆTITIA WARING

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JAMES MONTGOMERY

250 O Grant Us Light, That We May Know Lundie L. M.

JOHN BAPTISTE CALKIN

1. O grant us light, that we may know The wisdom Thou a - lone canst give;

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That truth may guide where'er we go, And vir-tue bless where'er we live. A-men.

O grant us light, that we may see

Where error lurks in human lore,
And turn our doubting minds to Thee,

And love Thy simple word the more.

Ogrant us light, that we may learn

How dead is life from Thee apart,
How sure is joy for all who turn

To Thee an undivided heart.

O grant us light, in grief and pain,

To lift our burdened hearts above,
And count the very cross a gain,

And bless our Father's hidden love.

O grant us light, when, soon or late,

All earthly scenes shall pass away,
In Thee to find the open gate

To deathless home and endless day. Amen.

LAWRENCE TUTTIETT

251 Rise, My Soul! and Stretch Thy Wings Amsterdam 7676 7776

Auributed to JAMES NARES

1. Rise, my soul! and stretch thy wings, Thybet - ter

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things, Towards heav'n, thy na - tive place:

Sun and moon and stars de - cay; Time shall soon this earth re - move;

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Rise, my soul! and haste a - way

To seats pre-pared a - bove. A-men. '

Rivers to the ocean run,

Nor stay in all their course;
Fire, ascending, seeks the sun;

Both speed them to their source;
So a soul, that's born of God,

Pants to view His glorious face,
Upward tends to His abode,

To rest in His embrace.

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