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Subject: Religious poetry, English   ( lcsh )
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SAMUEL AND ELI.

THE HOLY SCRIPTURES.

CHRISTMAS HYMN.

THE WISE MEN JOURNEYING.

MISSIONARY HYMN. 5-4 i

THE SOWER AND THE SEED.

HARVEST HYMN.

EVENING FAMILY PRAYER.


THE GOOD SHEPHERD.

OUR CHRISTIAN NAME.

KINDNESS TO ANIMALS.

CHICKENS.

THE IMPORTANCE OF TIME.

LORD SAVE US: WE PERISH.

THE SAFETY OF GOD'S PEOPLE.

CHRISTIAN FORBEARANCE.


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When little Samuel 'woke,
And heard his Maker's word,
He thought 'twas Eli spoke,
But it was Eli's Lord!
0 blessed, happy child, to find
The God of Heaven so near and kind!

If God would speak to me,
And say He was my Friend,
How happy should I be!
0 how I would attend I
The smallest sin I then should fear,
If God Almighty were so near.

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And does He never speak ?
0 yes for, in His Word,
He bids me come and seek
The God that Samuel heard.
In almost every page, I see,
The God of Samuel calls to me.

Like Samuel, let me say,
Whene'er I read His Word,
Speak, Lord; I would obey
The voice that I have heard;"
And when I in Thy house appear,-
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What endless glory shines!
For ever be Thy Name adored
For these celestial lines.

Here the Redeemer's welcome voice
Spreads heavenly peace around;
And life and everlasting joys
Attend the blissful sound.


0 may these heavenly pages be
Our ever dear delight;
And still new beauties may we see,
And still increasing light!

Divine Instructor, gracious Lord,
Be Thou for ever near;
Teach us to love Thy sacred Word,
And view our Saviour there.


All glory to the Father be,
All glory to the Son,
All glory, Holy Ghost, to Thee,
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As yet we know Thee but in part,
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From India's coral strand,
Where Afric's sunny fountains
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From many an ancient river,
From many a palmy plain,
They call us to deliver
Their land from error's chain


What though the spicy breezes
Blow soft o'er Java's isle,
Though every prospect pleases,
And only man is vile;
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Can we, whose souls are lighted
With wisdom from on high,
Can we to men benighted
The lamp of life deny?
Salvation! oh, salvation!
The joyful sound proclaim,
Till each remotest nation
Has learnt Messiah's Name.

Waft, waft, ye winds, His story,
And you, ye waters, roll,
Till like a sea of glory,
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Long before our infant voices
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To God's house our parents took us,
To receive His blessing there.

As on earth the Saviour kindly
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So He gently smiled upon us-
Gather'd us within His fold.


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And to thy comfort or thy need

YIade ministers below;
The little insects born to-day,
And dying in one sunny hour;
To all that lie beneath thy sway,

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God loves the heart where kindliness

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From them who wantonly oppress
His creatures in their helplessness,
He turns away His face.

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Fill the basket from the store,
Open wide the cottage door:
Throw out crumbs, and scatter seed,
Let the hungry chickens feed.
Call them-now how fast they run,
Gladly, quickly, every one;

Eager, busy, hen and chick,
Every little morsel pick.-
See the hen with callow brood,
To her young how kind and good;
With what care their steps she leads,
Them, and not herself, she feeds;
Picking here, and picking there,
Where the nicest morsels are.


As she calls, they flock around,
Bustling all along the ground.
When their daily labours cease,
And at night they rest in peace,
All the little tiny things
Nestle close beneath her wings;
There she keeps them safe and warm,
Free from fear, and free from harm.

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Your Almighty Father, Friend,
Though unseen by mortal eye,
Watches o'er you from on high.
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To-morrow, Lord, is Thine, Since on this winged hour
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And, if its sun arise and shine, Waken by Thy Almighty power
It shines by Thy command. The aged and the young

The present moment flies, One thing demands our care:
And bears our life away: 0! be it still pursued!
0 make Thy servants truly wise, Lest, slighted once, the season fair
That they may live to-day! Should never be renewed!

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Who cries in his anguish, "Save, Lord, or we perish."


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There is a safe and secret place
Beneath the wings divine,
Reserved for all the heirs of grace;
0, be that refuge mine!

The least and feeblest there may bide,
Uninjured and unawed;
While thousands fall on every side,
He rests secure in God.


The Angels watch him on his way,
And aid with friendly arm;
And Satan, roaring for his prey,
lMay hate, but cannot harm.

He feeds in pastures large and fair
Of love and truth divine:
0 child of God, 0 glory's heir,
How rich a lot is thine!


A hand Almighty to defend,
An ear for every call,
An honour'd life, a peaceful end,
And Heaven to crown it all!


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THE PEACE-MAKER.






CHRISTIAN


Do not quarrel, do not chide;
You must love each other:
Every comrade at your side
Is your Christian brother:
You have all been born anew;
Love and peace are fit for you.


Give not back the hasty blow,
Though 'tis given wrongly;
Let the foolish scoffer go,
Though he tempt thee strongly:
"T'ni +t rr nh n+la T.nrrl 1,n m i-


FORBEARANCE.


He gave back no angry word,
When they did offend Eim;
He that was the Angels' Lord,
Called none to defend Him,
Not when hated and abused,
Scorned, and spitted on, and bruised.


But He suffered patiently
Pain and cruel chiding:
MIeek and patient you must be,
In His Church abiding;
Dri'P anrl an ar On Tmlrl o ham n


Who was always meek and kind. For the saints who bear His name.

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