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80 SONGS FROM THE ST. LAWRENCE.
ANGEL MINISTRIES. Do the spirits reigning there, On those plains divinely fair,
Think of those who dwell below ? Do they feel for hearts that pour Tear-drops on life's rugged shore,
"While we walk in " weeds of woe ?"
And do they attend the just, When their fervent, only trust
Rests upon the Saviour's name ? When with joyful hearts we soar, Feel, and wonder, and adore,—
Do they share our wondrous flame ?
Yes, in sorrow's tiying hour, When we feel the tempest's power,
They are near to lead us on; And at times of rapturous joy, When no trouble can annoy,
They are ever gazing down.
Luke vii, 37-50.
There beam'd from her downcast eyes
A faintly trembling trust, But her heart, with its load of guilt,
Was heavily wcigh'd to the dust.