A royal service, and other poems

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S.W. Partridge, 1877 - 111 pages
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Page 38 - TAKE Thine own way with me, dear Lord, Thou canst not otherwise than bless ; I launch me forth upon a sea Of boundless love and tenderness.
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Page 5 - Simply trusting Thee, Lord Jesus, I behold Thee as Thou art, And Thy love, so pure, so changeless, Satisfies my heart; Satisfies its deepest longings, Meets, supplies its every need, Compasseth me round with blessings: Thine is love indeed! Ever lift Thy face upon me As I work and wait for Thee; Resting 'neath Thy smile, Lord Jesus, Earth's dark shadows flee. Brightness of my Father's glory, Sunshine of my Father's face, Keep me ever trusting, resting, Fill me with Thy grace.
Page 41 - Oh ! it is life indeed to live Within this kingdom strangely sweet, And yet we fear to enter in, And linger with unwilling feet. • We fear this wondrous rule of Thine, Because we have not reached Thy heart ; Not venturing our all on Thee, We may not know how good Thou art.' JEAN SOPHIA PIGOTT. CHAPTER X. Šur Ibearts fcept for 3esus. my heart ; it is Thine own ; It is now Thy royal throne.
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