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“THAT WE, THROUGH PATIENCE AND COMFORT OF THE SCRIPTURES, MIGHT

HAVE HOPE.'.-Romans xv, 4.

LONDON:
JOHN F. SHAW, SOUTHAMPTON ROW,

RUSSELL SQUARE,

EDINBURGH: J. JOHNSTONE.

DUBLIN: J. ROBERTSON.

1849.

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HYMNS.

DAY

PAGB

.

1. O SAVIOUR, whose mercy, severe in its
kindness

Sir R. Grant. 34
2. Begone unbelief! my Saviour is near

Newton. 39
3. My God! my Father! while I stray

42
4. He knelt—the Saviour knelt and prayed Mrs. Hemans. 46
5. When languor and disease invade

Toplady. 49
6. Be with me in the valley

54
7. There is a land where everlasting suns

Bowring. 59
8. When I can trust my all with God

Conder. 61
9. Often the clouds of deepest woe

Fry. 67
10. Father, I know that all my life

70
11. I my Ebenezer raise

Fawcett. 75
12. I hear thee speak of the better land

Mrs. Hemans. 79
13. Sovereign Ruler of the skies

Ryland. 83
14. In vain our fancy strives to paint

Newton. 87
15. In the floods of tribulation

Pearce. 91
16. Just as I am, without one plea

Elliot. 96
17. Jesus, lover of

my
soul

C. Wesley. 99
18. We've no abiding city here

Kelly. 103
19. Give to the winds thy fears .

Luther. 108
20. The people of the Lord

Kelly. 112
21. When all thy mercies, O my God

Addison. 115
22. What must it be to dwell above

Swaine. 119
23. There is a world above

Montgomery. 121
23. Acquaint thee, O mortal, acquaint thee with God

122
23. O happy servant he

Doddridge. 123
23. Exert thy mighty influence, Lord

123
24. Rock of ages, shelter me

Toplady. 126
25. 'Tis my happiness below

Cowper. 129
26. Oh, sweet affliction ! thou hast often brought

133
27. Come let us join our friends above

C. Wesley. 136
28. High in yonder realms of light

Raffles. 139
29. God moves in a mysterious way

Cowper. 143
30. O thou, whose wise, paternal love

C. Wesley. 146
31. Heaven bless thee aged pilgrim

149

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P R A Y E R S.

*** Those in Italics are intercessory: those marked * may

be used
either by the patient or by a friend.

DAY

PAGE

ness

1. General : for a season of affliction

36
2. For a spirit of patience

40
3.* The Lord's Prayer

43
3. An expression of humble confidence in God Psalms chiefly. 43
4. For support in the prospect of Death

Scripture. 47
5. An earnest supplication for relief

Psalms. 51
6. That we may be prepared for death or recovery Jay.

56
7.* For reunion with the saints in heaven Common Prayer. 59
8. Sins remembered and confessed

Psalms. 62
8. For the right improvement of affliction Visitation Office. 63
9. A declaration of lively confidence in the promises
of God

Scripture. 68
10. That we may conduct ourselves aright in sick-

Clergyman's Companion. 71
11. A vision of glory

Doddridge. 75
12. To be kept from murmuring

80
13.* For grace to fulfil our vows

Collect. 84
13.* For support in duty

Collect. 84
13.* For defence in danger

Collect. 85
14. For entire resignation to the will of God

88
15. For recovery

92
16. An earnest entreaty for help

Psalms. 97
17. Thanksgiving for unexpected recovery Isaiah xxxviii. 100
18.* For grace to live as Christians

Collect.
18. General: for a season of affliction

104
19. For the continuance of hope

Jeremy Taylor. 109
20. For deliverance from distress of mind Clergyman's Comp. 113
21. For relief and comfort in affliction Visitation Office. 116

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