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PUNISHMENT of sinners, (See Prosperous sin- | Sin, confession of, 27, 32, 44, 104, 115 ners, Sinners warned.)

Penitential Psalms, Repentance QUALIFICATIONS of a Christian, 12, 19. SINNERS warned, 74, last verse. QUICKENING grace. (See Grace.)

punished, 1, verse 4, &c.; 9,3 RAIN, 50, p. ii.; 121, p. i., verse 6.

SLANDER, deliverance from it, 26. REDEMPTION, the mercies of, celebrated, 81, SOVEREIGNTY of Gop. (See God.) 82, 87, p. i.

SPIRIT. (See Grace, Holy Spirit.)
RECOVERY from sickness. (See Sickness.) SPIRITUAL enemies overcome, 3, 14.
RELATIVE duties, 12, 107.

SUBMISSION, (See Resignation.)
RELIGIOUS education. (See Education.) SUFFERINGS of CHRIST, 17, 35, 45, 54.
RENOVATION, 44, verse 6, &c.; 97, p. v. (See SUNDAY, (See Lord's Day.)

SUPPORT and counsel from God, 13, ve
REPENTANCE, relative to, 6, 27, 32, 44, 80, 45, last verse ; 73, p. ü.
p. i.; 104, 115.

TEMPORAL business and comforts, ble RESIGNATION, 33, 105.

on, prayed for, 102. RESTORING grace, 18, verse 3. (See Grace.) TEMPTATIONS overcome, 3, 14. RESURRECTION of Christ and of the saints THANKSGIVING. (See Praise.)

predicted, 13, ver. 3, &c. ; 25, 96, ver. 11, THUNDER and storm, 24, verse 3, &c.

&c. (See Christ, Easter Eve, Easter.) TrinitY-Sunday, psalms proper for, 39, REVERENCE in worship. (See Worship.)

RIGHTEOUS, character of, 12. (See Holiness.) Trust in God, 57. (See Hope.)

, protected by GOD, 29, verse 4, &c.; in creatures vain, 48, 120.
31, 70.

Truth of God celebrated, 117, 118, 120. blessings promised to, 1, 27, last UNBELIEF and envy cured, 31. verse; 103. (See Saints.)

UNCHANGEABLE GOD. (See God.) RIGHTEOUSNESS of Christ, trusted in, 55. UNITY, advantages of, celebrated, 107 from GOD, 55.

VANITY of man,

33, 69, verse 3, &c. Safety in danger, 70. (See Preservation.) War, psalms in time of, 14, 16, 40. Saints, character of, 12, 19.

WATCHFULNESS, 15, p. ii., last three verse protection promised to, 29, ver. 4, &c.; 33, 46, 114. 31, 70, 101.

WHITSUNDAY, 42, 53, 117, 118. (See Graq
blessings promised to, 1, 27, 71, verses Holy Spirit.)
8,9; 103.

WICKEDNESS of man, 11, 44. ·
SALVATION, and eternal joys, 13, 19, 23, 30, WINTER and summer, 121.

43, p. i., third stanza; 48, 63, 64, 66, 76. Works of Creation, Providence, and Grace SCRIPTURE, excellence of, 15, 97.

15, 121. (See Creation, Providence SEASONS of the year, 50, p. ii.; 121.

SELF-EXAMINATION, 21, 113, last verse. WORSHIP and order of the Church, 42.
SHEPHERD, (See God.)

delight in it, 63, 68, 78.
SINCERITY, 21, 113, last verse.

public, 49, 63, 74, 79, 99, 106. proved and rewarded, 14, p. ii. ZEAL, prayer for, 97, p. ii., verse 2, &c. SICKNESS, 6, 25, 32, 33, 94.

Zion. (See Church.)

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8 When worn with sickness, oft hast thou

With health renew'd my face;
And, when in sins and sorrows sunk,
Reviv'd my soul with grace.

9 Thy bounteous hand with worldly bliss

Has made my cup run o'er; And in a kind and faithful friend

Has doubled all my store.
10 Ten thousand thousand precious gifts

My daily thanks employ;
Nor is the least a cheerful heart, ,

That tastes those gifts with joy. 11 Through ev'ry period of my life

Thy goodness I'll pursue;
And after death, in distant worlds,

The glorious theme renew.
12 When nature fails, and day and night

Divide thy works no more,
My ever grateful heart, O Lord,

Thy mercy shall adore.
13 Through all eternity, to thee,

A joyful song I'll raise;
But oh! eternity's too short

To utter all thy praise.


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My times are in thy hand.PSALM xxxi. 15.

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1 OV'REIGN Ruler of the skies,

Ever gracious, ever wise,
All our times are in thy hand, LL

All events at thy command.
2 He that form'd us in the womb,

He shall guide us to the tomb;
All our ways

shall ever be
Order'd by his wise decree.
3 Times of sickness, times of health,

Blighting want, and cheerful wealth,
All our pleasures, all our pains,
Come, and end, as God ordains.

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4 May we always own thy hand,
Still to thee surrender'd stand,
Know that thou art God alone,
We and ours are all thy own!


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OD moves in a mysterious way
His wonders to perform;

He plants his footsteps in the sea,

And rides upon the storm.
2 Deep in unfathomable mines,

With never failing skill,
He treasures up his bright designs,

And works his gracious will.
3 Ye fearful saints, fresh courage take,

The clouds ye so much dread
Are big with mercy, and shall break

In blessings on your head.
4 Judge not the Lord by feeble sense,

But trust him for his grace:
Behind a frowning providence

He hides a smiling face.
5 His purposes will ripen fast,

Unfolding ev'ry hour:
The bud may have a bitter taste,

But sweet will be the flow'r.
6 Blind unbelief is sure to err,
And scan his work in vain :

1 God is his own interpreter,

And he will make it plain.

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2 If he our ways should mark
L With strict inquiring eyes,
Could we for one of thousand faults

A just excuse devise?
3 All-seeing, pow'rful God!

Who can with thee contend?
Or who that tries th’ unequal strife,
Shall prosper

in the end?
4 The mountains, in thy wrath,

Their ancient seats forsake!
The trembling earth deserts her place,

Her rooted pillars shake!
5 Ah, how shall guilty man

Contend with such a God?
None, none can meet him, and escape,

But through the Saviour's blood.

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1 THOUGH I should seek to wash me clean
In water of the driven snow,

My soul would yet its spot retain,

And sink in conscious guilt and wo:
2. The Spirit, in his pow'r divine,

Would cast my vaunting soul to earth,
Expose the foulness of its sin,

And show the vileness of its worth.
3 Ah, not like erring man is God,

That men to answer him should dare;
Condemn'd, and into silence aw'd,

They helpless stand before his bar.
4 There, must a Mediator plead,

Who, God and man, may both embrace;
With God, for man to intercede,

And offer man the purchas'd grace.
5 And lo! the Son of God is slain

To be this Mediator crown'd:
In Him, my soul, be cleans'd from stain,

In Him thy righteousness be found !

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