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1 HEAVENLY FATHER, Lord of all,

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Low before Thy throne we fall; * Blessed are the merciful: for they shall Hear Thy children when they call. obtain mercy.' We beseech Thee, hear us.

People : 2 Jesu, once for sinners slain,

9 May we all Thy mercy know, God, by whose atoning pain

And he ever glad to show
Sintul men salvation gain,

Mercy to our hardest foe.
We beseech Thee, hear us.

Hear us, holy Jesu. 3 Spirit, froin the fount of light

Minister : Beaming on our error's night

‘ Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall Truth and purity and might,

see God.' We beseech Thee, hear us.

People :

10 Cleanse from stain our soiled heart, 4 God, from whom we all proceed,

Truth and purity impart,
God, whose heart for man did bleed,

Make us holy as Thou art.
God, who dost within us plead,
We beseech Thee, hear us.

Hear us, holy Jesu.

Minister:
Minister:

* Blessed are the peacemakers : for they shall • Plessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is be called the children of God.' the kingdom of heaven.'

People :
People :

11 May Thy peace in us abound, 5 May we earthly joys resign,

And what we ourselves have found With a spirit like to Thine,

May we seek to spread around.
Toiling for the wealth divine.

Hear us, holy Jesu.
Hear us, holy Jesu.

Jinister :
Minister :

* Blessed are they which are persecuted for Blessed are they that mourn : for they shall righteousness' sake : for theirs is the kingdom be comforted.'

of heaven.'

People :
People :

12 May we fear no cold world's frown, 6 May we mourn the sins that weigh

Never weary, or lay down On Thy heart, and day by day

Heavy cross, or thorny crown.
Turn us from Thy love away.

Hear us, holy Jesu.
Hear us, holy Jesu.
Minister :

13 Jesu, by Thy wondrous birth, Blessed are the meek : for they shall inherit

By Thy weary life on earth, the earth.'

By Thy death of untold worth,
People :

Hear us, holy Jesu. 7 May we suffer patiently,

14 Form in us the life Divine, Waiting quietly for Thee,

May we all our will resign,
Sure that Thou wilt faithful be.

Wholly to be led by Thine.
Hear us, holy Jesu.

Hear us, holy Jesu.
Minister :

15 Train us as Thon knowest best,
'Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst Till we come where all are blest,
after righteousness : for they shall be filled.' In the Father's home of rest.
People :

Hear us, holy Jesu. 8 May we know our true distress,

16 Bless our life of toil and care, Thirsting for Thy love to bless,

Hear, from heaven, our lowly prayer, Hungeri for eousness,

May we soon be blessed there.
Hear us, Holy Jesui,

Hear us, holy Jesu.

T. B. Pollock.

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