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HAT wanteit thou? O my soul! with what imaginable excellency wouldit thou cloche thgfelf? What desirable object wouldit thou pitch upon? Is it beauty? The righteous thail Thine forth as the fun in the kingdome of heav, en, and the wife as the brightneis of the tool ament for ever and ever, Is it riches? Wealth: and riches are in the house of God; ercry one in his family fhall have a rich, a glorious, an. iricorruptible and eternal inheritance omers the faintz. What is it then? Is it honor: Viet honor like to this, to be a fundada 01 God, and a spoole of Cus? Tore's CTO of righteoulnes, of win, and of glory: Yet more, a far more srceeding and eterical weight of gloryfet upon thy head. Yet again, is it pleasure?' The just fall enter in to their inaster's joy, and there are rivers of pleasure at.
his right hand forevermore. In a word, what
No treasure cje beneath ;
For The de Toreitba: Wipe away my nature's sin,
Tay image to my breast reitore;
And bid me fin no more.
To fare thy people's rest;
To prefs unto the feast : Saving faith to me impart,
And cloihe me with thy righteousness; ta the fountain dip my heart,
And fign ny glad releafe. SIU emrin ihy perfect love,
And an ser cach complaint; Uurelieving ihoughts remove,
And banith all suy wants. Lord, enable ene by grace
My ev'ry weight to lay afde; Tatiently to run my race,
Till Thou doit take thy bride.
Christians Chaire. I AM frail, and the world is fading ; bur my soul is immortal, and God is eternal. I pitch upon the creature, either, they may ako wings like an eagle that tieth towards heaver, or my soul may take its way with the rich fool, and go to hell; but if i chuso God for iny portion, then mercy and goodness ih i fcilow me when I live, and glory and eternity hell crown me waen I die.I will iberetoro nou leave that which I ball foon loc, thsi fo I may embrace that which I fall aivays enjoy. ONE there is, above all others,
Weil deferves the name of triena;
They who cace his kindnes prove
Lind, it everlasting love!
Could or would have ned their blood.
This was boundleis loveindeeri
Jesus is a friend in need.
Friumni of inners was his none;
Sull he calls them brethrer. Cicod.
Spiritual Yay and Sorrow. AS there is a fad mirth, so there is a joyful mourning: look upon the voluptuous inan, however laughter may appear in his face, yet Cliefs over centers in the heart; his carnai delights are not only in vain, but vexing; like antic, they play him into a rielancholy fit : shilli the banquet lafis, the sensualist fings : our when the reckoning comes, his fpirit sinks, usbuming candle prelently goes out in a itinking inufi; his frining fun instantly fery in the vatry cloud. Solomon gives us the loin of It thus : Even in laughter the heart is forrow.. ful, and the end of that mirth is heavines. But How come to the penitential perfon, as his tears are the joy of angels, fo they are the joy of his Hearts and the place of his foul is the falter tiis foars, the Interluas comforts, the deeper 5925, tire fuller hi joy; the beans of cone bition always thine into this house of moun. sig, so that his foulis in his travail with a BarDabas, and his labeurs bring forth the fruits if peace; infonucl, thai I may truly fay, is paurn for fin, is to weep for joy. Theic fare not pleasant freams of confolation (which is the worldlings wonder) that low and rua ia store cryfalriverses cierzal pleasure, at Gods, sight hard, they come froni a weering prins: Why then is the mouth of wickedness opened again} the way of holintis ? As if grace vera the i Iy to intonb joys ; in izry the med 13 ochrang forth klient;: Biffex.