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AS WITH GOD ALONE.
WHATE'ER may come, receive from God, as good :
THE FREEDOM OF THE CHILDREN OF
O NOBLE Freedom his, whose soul apart doth lie
“ WITHOUT DISSIMULATION.”
Let all thy deeds be right and true;
And never act a part :
Who looketh on the heart.
LOOKING UNTO JESUS.
FORGET thyself, O sinner, and thy sins' full surging tide : Look up to Jesus—so shalt thou find mercy in His
sight! Live on for ever thus-beholding Him, and nought
beside ; Till, through that gaze transfigured, thou become a Child
THE SELF-DRAWING LOVE.
God's Love, my living Magnet, draweth me,
With soft, yet all-resistless, inward force;
“ THOU BEHOLDEST GOD WHEN THINE
EYES ARE CLOSED.”
Whoso his eyes to self and all things here doth close,
" THE SON MAKETH FREE INDEED.”
From thyself and all things
Would'st thou loosened be?
And He shall make thee free.
STAY not too long amongst these flowers, my reader;
Let but their scent refresh thee on thy way : Go, through these gifts, to God Himself, The Giver ;
Till thou shalt enter Paradise for aye.
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