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Through the day thy love has spared us .
Through the night-air stealing o
Thus far the Lord has led me on . e ©
Thus saith the first, the great command . o
Thus spake the Saviour when he sent . to
Thy goodness, Lord, our souls confess e ©
Thy law is perfect, Lord of light . e to
Thy life I read, my dearest Lord so o o
Thy name, Almighty Lord o & 8 -
Thy presence, everlasting God . o e ©
Thy way, O God l is in the sea e © o
Time is winging us away . e g s to
'T is by the faith of joys to come , e o
'T is by thy strength the mountains stand . so
*T is finished — so the Saviour cried e ©
When Israel through the desert passed . e so &
When life’s tempestuous storms are o'er .
When, Lord, to this our western land .
When, marshalled on the nightly plain
When morning's first and hallowed ray . wo
When musing sorrow weeps the past e
When on her Maker’s bosom e o
When, overwhelmed with grief
When power divine, in mortal form
When quiet in my house I sit
When rest of all, and hopeless care .
When restless on my bed I lie . . . o
When, rising from the bed of death . e
When shall we meet again o e
When sickness shakes the languid frame
When spirits from their cumbering clay
When, streaming from the eastern skies
When the vale of death appears o ©
When the worn spirit wants repose
When verdure clothes the fertile vale
When wakened by thy voice of power
When we pass through yonder river .
Wherefore should man, frail child of clay
Where shall the child of sorrow find
While shepherds watched their flocks by night o
While sounds of war are heard around o
While thee I seek, protecting Power
While this day its light is shedding
While, with ceaseless course, the sun
While you with mournful thoughts deplore
Who are these in bright array
Whom have we, Lord, in heaven but thee .
Who, O Lord, when life is o'er to e g
Why do we mourn departing friends . o
Why do we waste in trifling cares o e
Why should we start, and fear to die . to
Why weep for those, frail child of woe . o
With all my powers of heart and tongue
Within thy house, O Lord, our God o wo
With one consent, let all the earth
With reverence let the saints appear • *
With sacred joy we lift our eyes e ©
With songs and honors sounding loud . &
Would you behold the works of God . •
Creation, 187, 535.
Cross of Christ, 234-238,248,
Dayspring, 220, 385.
Death, 97, 328, 367, 487,517,
550, 574, 578.
peace and rest of, 576,
support in, 577, 579.
of children, 492-497,659,
Dedication and ordination, 758
Departed friends, 520, 525,
533, 889, 890,907.
Devotion, 9, 44, 46, 81, 292,
398, 399, 406,815, 857.
Dying Christian, 97,328, 500,
503, 516, 519, 521, 523,
528, 529, 531, 532, 541,
550, 562, 572, 573, 580,