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His precious blood to plead; His blood atoned for all our race, And sprinkles now the throne of grace. Five bleeding wounds he bears, Received on Calvary; They strongly speak for me.
Forgive him, O forgive, they cry, Nor let that ransomed sinner die. The Father hears him pray— His dear Anointed One: This prayer, my brethren, let us view, And try if we can pray so too.
And next, to have our cost enlarged Is, that our hearts extend their plan; From bondage and from fear discharged, And filled with love to God and man; To cast off every narrow thought, And use the freedom Christ has bought.
To use this liberty aright, And not the grace of God abuse, We always need his hand, his might, Lest what he gives us we should lose; Spiritual pride would soon creep in, And turn his very grace to sin. This prayer, so long ago preferred, Is left on sacred record thus; And this good prayer by God was heard, And kindly handed down to us.
May all believers pray the same. The second awakens his next-door brother. The three awake can rouse a town, By turning the whole place upside down.
The many awake can make such a fuss, It finally awakens the rest of us. One man up with dawn in his eyes, Surely then multiplies. Lord, give our burdened spirits rest, And bid us all go free. While one is pleading with our God, May each one wrestle too; And may we feel the blessing come, And cheer us ere we go.
Then shall we sing of sovereign grace And feel its power within; And glory in our Surety, Christ, Who bore our curse and sin. For this we come, for this we plead, In spite of every foe; Unto thou give this blessing, Lord, We would not let thee go. The Throne of Grace —Heb. The promise calls me near; There Jesus shows his smiling face; And waits to answer prayer.
That rich atoning blood Which, sprinkled round, I see, Provides for those who come to God An all-prevailing plea. My soul, ask what thou wilt, Thou canst not be too bold; Since his own blood for thee he spilt, What else can he withhold?
Beyond thy utmost wants His love and power can bless. To praying souls he always grants More than they can express. At all times, in every case, Lead us to thy Throne of Grace; Let our needs be what they may, Teach us how and what to pray.Buy a cheap copy of The True Believer: Thoughts on the book by Eric Hoffer.
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