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HYMN 14. 8,7-4. ..
U Pilgrim through this barren land
Bread of heaven!
Whence the healing streams do flow;
Bid my anxious fears subside :
Songs of praises, et
HYMN 15. C. M.
God's Blessing Asked. 1 0 THAT the Lord would guide my ways
To keep his statutes still ;
To know and do his will.
Thy law upon my heart;
Nor let my tongue indulge deceit,
Nor act the liar's part. 3 Conduct my footsteps by thy word,
And make my heart sincere; · Let sin have no dominion, Lord,
But keep my conscience clear. 4 Make me to walk in thy commands ;
'Tis a delightful road; Nor let my head, nor heart, nor hands, .
Offend against my God.
An Infant's Prayer. 1 HOLY Father, please to hear
II Infant praise and humble prayer;
Teach us ever them to mind.
All we have thy goodness sends;
Grateful thanks and humble praise. " 3 Guide our lives in peace and truth,
Through the tempting scenes of youth,!
HYMN 17. 7's.
' The Child's Prayer. ' 1 JESUS, see a little child
Humbly at thy footstool stay;
Thou who art so meek and mild.
Stoop, and teach me what to say. 2 Though' thou art so great and high,
Thou dost view, with smiling face,
“ Saviour! guide us by thy grace.' 3 Show me what I ought to be,
Make me every evil shun;
In thy holy footsteps run. 4 Jesus ! all my sins forgive,
Make me lowly, pure in heart,
HYMN 18. C. M.
Sabbath Scholar's Prayer. 10 THAT the Lord would teach my tongue
The heavenly song to raise ;
With love, and joy, and praise I
In paths of righteousness;
His ways and works to bless !
30 that the Lord would give me faith,
The blessed Christ to see;
That I to him may fee!
4 0 that the Lord would make me know
The riches of his grace;
HYMN 19. S. M. .
How to Pray Aright,
1 But do I ever pray?
Suggest the words I say?
Unless I feel my need;
That all my prayers proceed.
And worship gods of stone,
4 For words without the heart
The Lord will never hear;
Whose prayers are insincere.
And teach me how to pray;
Not feeling what I say,
HYMN 20. 78.: Prayer for a very Little Child. 1 QENTLE Jesus, meek and mild
U Look upon a little child;
2 Fain would I to thee be brought;
Gracious God, forbid it not;
3 O supply my every want,
Feed the young and tender plant;
HYMN 21. C. M.
What is Prayer? 1 PRAYER is the soul's sincere desire,
1 Unuttered or expressed; The motion of a hidden fire
That trembles in the breast. 2 Prayer is the burden of a sigh,
The falling of a tear;
When none but God is near. 3 Prayer is the simplest form of speech
That infant lips can try;
The Majesty on high.