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Another.

From the same.

I.
1 ALL Glory to th' Eternal Three,
2 Of Light and Love th' unfathom'd Sea!
3 Whose boundless Pow'r, whose saving Grace,
4 Reliev'd me in my deep Distress.
II.
5 Still, LORD, from thy exhaustless Store
6 Pure Blessing and Salvation show'r;
7 Till Earth I leave, and soar away
8 To Regions of unclouded Day.
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III.
9 My Heart from all Pollution clean,
10 O purge it, tho' with Grief and Pain:
11 To Thee lo! I my All resign,
12 Thine be my Will, my Soul be Thine.
IV.
13 O guide me, lead me in thy Ways:
14 'Tis Thine the sinking Hand to raise.
15 O may I ever lean on Thee:
16 'Tis Thine to prop the feeble Knee.
V.
17 O Father, sanctify this Pain,
18 Nor let one Tear be shed in vain!
19 Soften, yet arm my Breast: no Fear,
20 No Wrath, but Love alone be there.
VI.
21 O leave not, cast me not away
22 In fierce Temptation's dreadful Day:
23 Speak but the Word; instant shall cease
24 The Storm, and all my Soul be Peace!

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Title (in Source Edition): Another. From the same.
Author: Rev. John Wesley (translator)
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Genres: hymn; translation

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Hymns and sacred poems: Published by John Wesley, ... and Charles Wesley, ... London: printed by William Strahan; and sold by James Hutton; and at Mr. Bray's, 1739, pp. 146-147. x,[6],223,[1]p.; 12⁰. (ESTC T31323; OTA K034809.000)

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