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2. Seek me, my Sa-vior! For have lost the way. I will Thy
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And my couch, with tenderest care, 'Mid the springing grass pre- pare.
To the streams that, still and slow, Through the verdant meadows flow.
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And shalt bid Thy hallowed dome Yield me an e ter nal home.

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To cheer me in the heavenly race;
Cause all my gloomy doubts to flee,
And make my spirit rest in Thee.

5 When death shall end this mortal strife,
Bring me through death to endless life;"
Then, face to face, beholding Thee,
My refuge and my rest shall be.

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REV. BENJAMIN BEDDOME, (1717-1795) 1776.

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