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FROM THE LIBRARY OF


REV. LOUIS FITZGERALD BENSON, D.

BEQUEATHED BY HIM TO
THE LIBRARY OF
PRINCETON THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY

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Section

HioZ

D.

THE

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ANGLICAN

HYMN

BOOK.

SECOND EDITION
REVISED AND ENLARGED

Entered at

Stationers'' Hall.

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PREFACE
TO THE SECOND EDITION.

In putting forward a revifed and enlarged Edition of the prefent Work, the Editors think
itate that,

while they cannot but confider the number of

form, to be sufficient in itfelf for ordinary

Church

Hymns, which

ufe, yet

it

contained in

they are confcious

it

right to

it

its

previous

might not be

deemed extenfive enough for the requirements of choice. For this reafon they have increafed it
from 333 to 404, by which means it is believed that ample fcope for felection will now be afforded
to all thofe

who

approve of the general principles of the Book, while

2n opportunity of improving

Among

Hymns

the

it

both in

for

Mornings

E after,

14 for

E after,

10 for Afcenjion-tide,

10 for Whitsun-

and Confirmation, 7 for Harveft, 6 for


lead one fpecial Hymn for every Saint's Day

8 for Trinity-tide, 12 for Holy Communion, 8 for Baptifm

MiJJjons,

and 6

in the year,

Subjects,

ProceJJional.

Befides thefe, there

is

at

while 200 will be found available for General purpofes by a reference to the Index of

where, in moll cafes, choice

Of thefe Hymns, which

may

be greatly enlarged.

include 28 Pfalms, 304 are of Englifh origin, the remaining 72 being

Tranflations by various Authors from the Greek, Latin, and


earneft care has been taken to avoid every thought,

with the obvious meaning, and genuine

fpirit

that the true Catholicifm of the Anglican

Anglican

Hymn

With
alterations,

of the Book of

Church

reference to the question of Text, the

it

Common

is

purity, though
true,

it

Hymns

is

felettion

to be in flrict accordance

Prayer.

It

have been re-produced,

was frequently neceffary

to curtail

have been introduced into feveral of them, but

Hymnody

an extent as to give ferious pain to the mere reader; but

mufic the evil

making the whole

In.

is

humbly hoped

will be found reflected in the pages of the

for the fake of the mufical accent; for in Englifh

to fuch

German.

which did not feem

Book.

their original

done

10

15 for Advent, 10 for Chrijlmas, 9 for Epiphany 22 for Lent, with

28 for the period from Pafjion Sunday to

in

has afforded to themfelves

it

matter and form.

appropriated to particular occafions there will be found

15 for Evening, 8 for Sunday,

tide,

its

fo greatly aggravated, as to

become

this has almoft

the laws of

when

as far as poffible,

their dimenfions.

Rhythm

Some

always been
are violated

the compofnions are fet to

intolerable not only to mufical tafte but to religious

PREFACE.

IV.

This is the more to be lamented,


word would remedy the evil.

fympathies.
tion of a

With

fince

regard to the Mufic, the fame principles which influenced the compilation of the Firft
All Adaptations have been rigoroufly excluded,

Edition have been fteadily followed in the prefent.


as

frequently happens that the mere tranfpofi-

it

an affront to Art,

if

not a mifchief to Religion; they are moftly feeble, and always indecorous.

Further additions have been made from the elder fources of Tune, while the number of modern

Compofitions has been largely increafed, a labor in which the Mufical Editor has been aided by

fome of the

firft

Muficians of the day.

The number of Tunes


Tune will always ferve
very many Tunes of earlier

has

the

For

this reafon it has

which may be thus

As

the

found

Book now Hands

it

which there
one

as fuitable to

is

Hymn

no fuch connecting

as to

lift

with the Hymns, with which they

contains, befides a

doubt there are


link,

and there-

another, of the fame character

been thought expedient to furnifh

transferable, along

No

Words, and the Words the Tune.

date, in the cafe of

fore they will frequently be

and metre.

been kept equal to the number of Hymns, by which means

flill

to fuggeft the

of the belt among them,

may

be additionally ufed.

few Ancient Melodies,

75 Tunes from the earlier Englifh fources


25 from the later Englifh;

100 from German;

200 by Compofers of the prefent day

of which

133 have been written fpecially for the prefent Work.

The nomenclature
great

is

of

Tunes

is

well

known

to be

in a ftate of ferious confufion,

the convenience of names, that they have been appended, even though

uncertainty.

In the cafe of molt of their

own

flill

copyright Compofitions, the Editors have diftin-

them by the commencing words of the Hymns for which they have been
from which it is carncftly hoped that they will never be feparated.

guifhed

All the

Tunes of

paft date, in

which the

and yet fo

embarrafTed by

exifling

harmonies feemed

to call for

written, and

improvement

have been newly arranged, and the various Vocal Parts been brought within eafy reach of average
voices.

Marks of mufical

Words, in order to create uniformity and


Thofe who do not agree with the view thus taken, are, of courfc,

expreffion have been affixed to the

fuitable feeling in finging them.


at liberty to fubftitutc their

Metronome marks have


which the Tunes fhould be

own.
alfo

been fupplied, not with the view of dictating the exact time in

fung,

which, under

certain circumftanccs, mufl vary,

operate as a check againft flownefs on the one fide, and hurry on the other.

former

evil prevailed

now we

arc threatened with the latter.

but

rather to

For a long time the

;;

PREFACE.

The

have

Editors

now

to

return

their beft

V.

thanks to the

various

Authors, Tranflators,

who have allowed them to make ufe of the Works, with


which they are feverally connected. The following is a lift of the Authors and Tranflators, or
their Reprefentatives, who have liberally allowed the ufe of their Hymns
Compofers, and Proprietors of Copyrights,

The Lord

Bifhop of Lincoln (by permifhon from the Holy Tear), 26, 90, 167, 220, 231, 383
Dean Alford ; Rev. Robt. Hall Baynes ; Wm. Bonar, Efq. ; Rev. Edwd. Cafwall
;

Mrs. Alexander

Rev. Henry Collins, 133, 351, who kindly permitted the Editors to alter his Hymns ; Mifs F. E.
Cox j W. C. Dix, Efq. ; Rev. D. T. K. Drummond ; Mifs C. Elliott ; Mr. W. Wells Gardner, for

Rev. L. Tuttiett's

Hymns

Mr.

J.

T. Hayes,

for

Dr. Neale's Tranflations {Hymns of the Eajlern

in, 221 Rev. J. W. Hewett Rev. J. R. Hogg, for Rev. H. F. Lyte's Hymns;
Rev. J. Holme Rev. T. Holme Rev. W. W. How, who gave generous permiflion to ufe any of
Mrs. E. F. Morris; Rev. G. Moultrie {Hymns
his Hymns; Dean Milman; Rev. Dr. Monfell
Rev. J. Moultrie; Earl Nelfon, for the late Rev. John Keble's Hymn, 236;
and Lyrics), 141
Rev. Dr. Newman Rev. T. G. Nicholas Meflrs. Novello, Ewer and Co., for Dr. Neale's TransRev. E. H. Plumptre Rev. F.
lations; Mifs H. Parr; Meflrs. Parker, for Rev. J. Keble's Hymns
Church), 24, 99,

Pott

Ven.

George Prevoft,

Sir

for the late

Rev. G. Rorifon; Rev. A. T. Rufleli,

Downton which have been

Rev. H.

Hymn, 139;

Rev. G. Thring

Permimon

The

to infert

beft thanks

W.

who

Rev.

I.

liberally offered

inferted

Williams' Tranflations

any of

his

Rev. G. R. Prynne

Hymns,

Rev. T. Gregory Smith, for Mr.

Whiting, Efq.

as well as thofe

W,

S.

of

Raymond's

and Canon Woodford.

366 has been purchafed from Mr. Matters.

of the Editors are due to

all

thofe Contributors,

who have

fupplied original

Tunes to this Collection. Amongft thefe they defire to mention Profeflbr Sterndale Bennett,
A. H. Brown, Efq., Rev. J. B. Dykes, Dr. G. J. Elvey, John Hullah, H. S. Irons, G. A. Macfarren,
Walter Macfarren, Efqs., Rev. Sir F. A. G. Oufeley, Henry Smart, Efq., Dr. Steggall, Profeflbr
Stewart, and Lady Thompfon.
The additional Compofers, now connected with the work, are
T. E. Ayhvard, Jofeph Barnby, R. Barnett, Esqs., Profeflbr Sterndale Bennett, Mus. Doc, Cantab.,
Rev. R. R. Chope, E. H. Thorne, Efq., and Lady Thompfon.

The

To

Rev.

J.

B.

Dykes has contributed, along with other Tunes, 6

the following gentlemen they

would exprefs

that have not appeared before.

their obligations for permiflion

of their compofition, which have already appeared in print

to

ufe

Tunes

T. E. Aylward, Efq., 70, 347; R. Barnett, Efq., 356; A. H. Brown. Efq., 193; jofeph
Barnby, Efq., 221, 395, 402 ; Rev. R. R. Chope {Congregational Hymn Book), 236; Wm. Dorrell,
Efq., 294; Rev. J. B. Dykes, Mus. Doc, 24, 51, 150, (183, with the confent of the Proprietors
of Hymns Ancient and Modern), 342;

Dr. G. J. Elvey, 15$ 328, 361: Dr. Gauntlett, 149,


33> 3775 ^v. L. G. Hayne, 172, 182 ; E. J. Hopkins, Efq., 197; H. S. Irons, Efq., 245;
G. A. Macfarren, Efq., 63, 213; W. H. Monk, Efq., 398; S. Reay, Efq., 3-2, 376; R. Redhead,
2 58,

PREFACE.

V l.

Efq., 97, 118, 223; A. R. Rcinaglc, Efq., 6j, 319, 336; R. R. Rofs, Efq., 179; Henry
Smart, Efq., 344; Dr. Steggall, 214, 228, 279; A. S. Sullivan, Efq., 218, 312; J. Lea Summers,
Efq., 380; E. H. Thorne, Efq., 81, 156, 190; J. Turle, Efq., 263 ; J. H. Walker, Efq., 332.

Thanks

are likewife given to the following Proprietors of Copyrights for their confent

infertion of the

Tunes

that

accompany

their

names

to

the

Allon (by Dr. Gauntlett), 298; Rev. R. Brown Borthwick (51, written for the SupBook), 67, 319, 336; Rev. R. R. Chope, 24, 173, 283, 342, 372, 379;
Rev. T. Darling, 228, 279; Rev. J. B. Dykes, 26, 220 (now appearing for the firft time); Right
Rev.

plemental

J.

Hymn and Tune

Rev. Bifhop Ewing, 304; Mr. W. Wells Gardner, 81, 328; Hon. and Rev. J. Grey, 150, 152; Rev.
G. Hayne, 378; Rev. Dr. Maurice, 291, 320, 356; MefTrs. Metzler, 292; Meffrs. Novello, Ewer

L.

and Co., 221, 402

The

Proprietors of

Sarum Hymnal,

70, 344, 347, 395; Secretary S.P.C.K

263.

Editors prefent their finccre thanks alfo to MefTrs. Nifbet for their very handfome offer

of any of the Tunes in Psalms and Hymns for Divine JVorJbip, from which they have felected

Nos. 63, 218, 312.

They have

alfo

once more to exprefs their obligations to Mr. Daniel

Sedgwick, Sun Street, Bifhopfgate, without whofe valuable


the Index of

Hymns and

Permiflion has been purchafed from

Mr. Matters

affiflance

Authors with the fulnefs in which

it

now

Mr. W. Wells Gardner

they could not have prefented


appears.

to include

156,

190; and from

for 97, 122, 223.

ROBERT CORBET SINGLETON,


M.A., First Warden of

St. Peter's College,

Radley

EDWIN GEORGE MONK,


Mus. Doc, Oxon., Organist and Choir Master of York Minstbr.

York, January, 187

1,

INDEX OF HYMNS AND AUTHORS.


The

following Tranflations, with very few exceptions, are the property of their refpe&ive authors, or of thofe
Many were written for the prefent work.

reprefent them.

First Line.

Abide with me faft falls the eventide


According to Thy gracious word
A few more years fhall roll
!

a flormy

deep .
Again the Lord of life and light
Alas and did my Saviour bleed
All hail, the Lord's Anointed
Hail to
Affliction

is

eye

caft

Amid

the various fcenes of ills


Angels from the realms of glory

Angels,

Approach,

my

Lord, and mine


Art thou weary, art thou languid .
As James the Great, with glowing zeal
As mounts on high the orb of day
As now the fun's departing rays .
As pants the hart for cooling ftreams
As with gladnefs men of old
Awake awake put on Thy ftrength
Awake, my foul, and with the fun
Arife,

Before Jehovah's awful throne


Behold a Stranger at the door
Behold the Baptift's warning founds
Beneath the fig-tree's grateful made
Bleffed City
Heavenly Salem
.
Bleft are the pure in heart .
Bleft day of God, moll calm, moil bright
!

Henry Francis Ly te, 1 847


James Montgomery, 1825
Horatius Bonar, 1856
Nathaniel Cotton, 1791
Anna Letitia Barbauld, 1773
Ifaac Watts, 1709
James Montgomery, 1822

70
249

264
138
53

259
11

326
88

250

rock away
foul, the mercy-feat

roll the

15

122

74

All hail, the power of Jefu's Name


All is o'er, the pain, the forrow
All my heart with joy is fpringing
All people that on earth do dwell
All praife to Thee, my God, this night

Thy piercing
Thy word is

Author.

142
I32

Almighty God,
Almighty God,

No.

55
145
35 2

37 6

in
207
7

22

278
76
403
1

244

3H
46
208
369
3i7
33

Edward Perronet, 1780


John Moultrie, 1851
Paul Gerhardt, 1606
1676.
Tr. 1863
Old Verfion. William Ke the, 156
Bifhop Thomas Ken, 1709
Ifaac Watts, 1720
John Cawood, 18 16
Altered from Nathaniel Cotton, 1791
James Montgomery, 18 19
Thomas Scott, 1769. Thomas Gibbons, 1773
John Newton, 1779
William Hum, 1813
St. Stephen the Sabaite, 725
Tr. 1862
794.
R. Corbet Singleton, 1867
Ambrofian.
Tr. 1867
5 th Century.
Paris Breviary.
Tr. 1870
New Verlion, 1696
William Chatterton Dix, i860
T. T. N., 1870
Bifhop Ken, 1709

Ifaac Watts, 17 19.


Jofeph Grigg, 1765

Charles Wefley, 1741

Tr. 1867
Paris Breviary.
E. Corbet Singleton, 1867
Tr. 1870
8th Century.
From John Keble, 1 8 1
John Mafon, 1683

who

INDEX OF HYMNS AND AUTHORS.

Vlll.

on which the Saviour fhed


Framer of the ftarry height
Source of mercy, truth, and love

Bleft day,
Bleft
Bleft

Brief

life is

here our portion

Bright and joyful

is

morn

the

.....

and
morning.

bell of

Brighteft

Chrift redeemed, in Chrift reftored

By

the Crofs, fad vigil keeping

cool Siloam's fhady

rill

Canft Thou, good Lord, forgive fo foon


Chief of Martyrs, he, whofe name
Children of the heavenly King
Chriftian, feek not yet repofe
is

laid the fure

Chrift the
Chrift,

Lord

Whofe

Clothed with

is

Foundation

glory

fills

and

Come, Holy Ghoft, our

Come,
Come,
Come,
Come,
Come,
Come,

Holy
Holy

rifen to-day

ftate,

64
37
169
303
56

the fkies

with might

girt

fouls infpire

81

Come, fee the place where Jcfus


Come, Thou Holy Spirit, nigh
Come, Thou long-expected Jefus
Come, yc thankful people, come

Whofe

lay

aid

349
322
37
146

4
298

Earth

to earth,

all

yc faithful

and duft

(Jacobus de Benedicts, 1342.

Tr.

870

1666

1870
John Cennick, 1742
Founded on Charlotte Elliott, 1859
7>. 1 867
9th Century.
Charles Weflcy, 1740
Charles Weflcy, 1740
Sir Philip Sidney, 1580
Charlemagne, 8th 9th Century.
John Cofin, 1627
Jofeph Hart, 1759
Ifaac Watts, 1709
John Morrifon, 1770
From John Auftin, 1668
Paris Breviary.

Von

Tr.

Canitz,

1654 1699.

Tr.

Tr.

Bifhop

1838

9
152

F. R. L.

150
176

James Montgomery, 1825


Robert, King of France, 10th nth Century.
Tr. 1867
Charles Weflcy, 1744
Henry Alford, 1867
Tr. John
Charlemagne, 8th 9th Century.
Dryden, 1702

47
44
262
219
52

to duft

94
177

"74

of Judgment! Day of Wonders!


of wrath that awful day
Deathlcfs principle, arifc
Difposcr Supreme

James Shirley, 1596

61

59
361

Bifhop Reginald Heber,

357

171

near,

Tr. 185?

(Founded on Bishop Mant, 1837

170

Draw

Circa 1775
Bernard of Morlaix, 1140.
James Montgomery, 18 19

129

come

Day
Day

TV. 1867
Tr. 1867

George Rawfon, 1853


Bifhop Heber, 18 12

173

Spirit,

Creator Spirit, by

Breviary.

190
380

heavenly Dove
let us to the Lord our God
mild and holy Dove
my foul, thou muft be waking
once more, with fongs defcending
Angels, come on joyous pinions.

Spirit,

Paris Breviary.

Roman

the fons of the

By
By

Chrift

Author.

No.

First Line.

240

Paris Breviary.

Tr. 1839

John Newton, 1779

Thomas

Tr. 1870
dc Celano, 1230.
Auguftus Montague Toplady, 1777
Paris Breviary.

15th

Tr. 1836
Tr.

6th Century.

1870

John Hampden Gurncy, 1838

/
INDEX OF HYMNS AND AUTHORS.
No.

First Line.

Day is here, and we


God had built the mountains

Eafter

'Ere

'Ere I fleep, for every favor


Eternal beam of Light divine

Far from my heavenly home


Far from the world, O Lord,

18

308

I flee

Father, let me dedicate


Father of Heaven, Whofe love profound
Fierce raged the tempeft o'er the deep
For ever here my reft mall be
For mercies, countlefs as the fands
For thee,
dear, dear country

For Thy mercy and Thy grace


Forty days and forty nights
From Greenland's icy mountains
.

From
From
From

141

268

loweft depths of woe


out the deep,
Lord, on Thee
the deeps of grief and fear .

what foemen art thou rufhing


Gentle Jefus, meek and mild
Glorious things of thee are fpoken
Glory, glory, Lord, to Thee,

319
291
69
180
34 2
137
196
304
7i

92
372
96
241
114

'Gainft

God moves

in a myfterious

way

God, my Father, hear me pray


God of mercy, God of grace
God of mercy, throned on high
God of pity, God of grace
God the Father, Whofe Creation
God the Lord a King remaineth
Go forward, Chriftian foldier
Good Lord, Who haft the weighty woe
Go to dark Gethfemane
.

Gracious Spirit, Dove divine


Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghoft
Great God, what do I fee and hear

Great God, Who in Thy Light doft reft


Great God,Whofe fceptre rules the earth
Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah
Hail, highly favored, blefled maid
Hail the day that fees Him rife .

Author.

Gerard Moultrie, 1867


William Cowper, 1779
John Cennick, 1741
Charles Wefley, 1739

Henry

Francis Lyte, 1834


William Cowper, 1779
Laurence Tuttiett, 1854
Cooper, 1 8 10
'J.
Godfrey Thring, 1866
Charles Wesley, 1740
William Cowper, 1779
Bernard of Morlaix, 1140.
Tr. 1852
Henry Downton, 1843
George Hunt Smyttan, 1856
Bifhop Heber, 1823
New Verfion, 1696
R. Corbet Singleton, 1867
Phineas Fletcher, 1633
Paris Breviary.

379
333
136
276
105
78

378
156
363

344
234
87
124
2 47

90
39
185

297
280
201

159

IX.

Tr. 1867

Charles Wefley, 1742

John Newton, 1779


Afpirazioni divote, ? 17th Century.
Ti\ 1867
William Cowper, 1779
James Holme, 1861
Henry Francis Lyte, 1833
E. Bickerfleth's Pfalmody, 1833
Eliza F. Morris, 1858
John Mafon Neale, 1866
Oxford Pfalter. John Keble, 1839
Laurence Tuttiett, 1854
R. Corbet Singleton, 1867
James Montgomery, 1825
John Stocker, 1777
Chriftopher Wordfworth, 1863
Bartholomew Ringwaldt, 1550. William Bcn~o
Collycr, 1 812
Paris Breviary.
Tr. 1867
John Quarles, 1654
William Williams, 1774

R. Corbet Singleton, 1867


Charles Wefley, 1749

From

INDEX OF HYMNS AND AUTHORS.


No.

First Line.

Hail, facred day of earthly reft


Hallelujah, fong of fvveetnefs

Happy

ended

foul, thy days are

27
82

223

Hark! a trumpet voice of warning


Hark hark the found The Saviour comes

35

40

Author.

Godfrey Thring, 1866


Thirteenth Century.
Tr. 1870
Charles Wefley, 1749
Ambrofian, 5th Century.
Tr. 1870
Philip Doddridge, 1755

the glad

my

Hark,

Hark
Hark
Hark
Hark
Hark

foul,

the

it is

Lord

274

ten thoufand harps and voices


the herald angels fing

5i

the found of holy voices


the voice of love and mercy

what mean thofe holy voices


Harp, awake tell out the flory
Have mercy, Lord, on me
Heal mc, O my Saviour, heal
Hear me, O God
!

Hear my

....

He

rifen

is

He

is

rifen

Holy, holy, holy

....

Hofanna

Lord

to the living

Jonathan Evans, 1787

72
100

Henry Downton, 1851

10

107

How
How

Chriftophcr Wordiworth, 1862

135
58

383

Holy Father, great Creator


Holy Ghoft, with light divine
.

beauteous are their feet


beautiful the feet that bring.

William Cowper, 1779


Kelly, 1 806
Charles Wefley, 1739

Thomas

220

20

heavenly Father
Heavenly Father, fend Thy bleffing
prayer,

166

334

John Cawood, 18 16

New Verfion, 1696


Godfrey Thring, 1866
Ben Jonfon, 1574 ^Zl
Harriet Parr, 1856
Chriftopher Wordfworth, 1862
Cecil Frances Alexander, 1846
Bifhop Grifwold, i860
Andrew Reed,

18 17
Bifhop Heber, 1827
Bifhop Heber, 181
Ifaac Watts, 1 709

172
183
261
225
227

John Mafon, 1683

212
218
67

R. Corbet Singleton, 1867


William Cameron, 1770, on Watts,
John Newton, 1779

34 6
109

Cento from Edward Cafwall, 1858, by Wm. Chopc


Robert Herrick, 1648
James Montgomery, 1853
John William Hcwctt, 1859
Henry Alford, 1832

Fair are

How
How
How

bleft the unity,

good Lord

fwect the

Name

of Jefus founds

If thou wouldeft

In
In
In
In
In

bright thefe glorious fpirits fhinc

life attain
the hour of my diftrefs
the hour of trial

the

Name

of

God

....
.

the Father

token that thou fhalt not fear


weaknefs great, and ftrong in hidden
might
.

......

Almighty power of God


the Lord
behold His hand

I fing th'

It

is

Jerufalcm,

my

happy home

Jcrufalcm on high
Jerufalcm the golden

....
....

95
192

229

206
85

709

R. Corbet Singleton, 1867


Ifaac Watts, 1720

388

James Montgomery, 1853

245

Anonymous,

180 1.

Founded on Francis Au-

gullus Baker, 1616

248
305

Samuel Croflman, 1664


Bernard of Morlaix, 1140.

Tr. 1S52

11

..

/
INDEX OF HYMNS AND AUTHORS.

Jefu, Child of mortal throes


Jefu, high in glory

how

fweet the thought of


me impart
Jefu, lover of my foul .

Jefu,

Thee

Jefu, Lord, to

Jefu,

meek and gentle


meek and lowly

Jefu,

my

Jefu,

Jefu,
Jefu,

.
.

my

God, my all
now Thy new-made foldier
to Thy Table led
Lord,

is rifen to-day
our Shepherd

Jefus Chrift
is

no longer

Jefus, Lord,

Jefus

Jefus lives

we

now

Thee

kneel before

Name

Juft as I

of wondrous love
am, without one plea

of God, I look to Thee


of God, Whofe dying love
Lead, kindly Light, lead Thou me on
Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us
Let all the world in every corner fing
Let our Choir new anthems raife
Let tyrants take their haughty names
Let us all in chorus ling

Let us with a gladfome mind


Lift not thou the wailing voice
Lo from the defert homes
Lo He comes let all adore Him
Lo He comes with clouds deicending
Look forth, mine eye, look up and view
.

Lord,
Lord,
Lord,
Lord,
Lord,
Lord,
Lord,

as to

Thy

dear Crofs

difmifs us with

ever fhew

Thy

Thy

we

flee

blefling

blefled face

give us of that fervent love

in

mine agony of pain

Thy mercy's day


Thy Name Thy fervants plead
Lord Jefus, God of grace and love
Lord, let me know my term of days
Lord of hofts, to Thee we raife
in this
in

Lord of mercy and of might

R. Corbet Singleton, 1867


Clarke, 1863
J. Erskine
Tr. 1867
St. Bernard, 12th Century.
Tr. 1867
Thefaurus Hymnologicus.
Charles Wefley, 1740
George Rundell Prynne, 1856

133
35i

Henry
Henry

230
34
103
144
382
154
39 6

Collins,

1854
1854
John William Hewett, 1859
Robert Hall Baynes, 1863
Cecil Frances Alexander, 1852
John Berridge, 1785, from C. Wefley, 1762
Circa 1708

Hugh

Collins,

Stowell, 183

Chriftian Fiirchtegott Gallert,

328.

James J. Cummins, 1849


William Walfham How, 1854
Charlotte Elliott, 1836

385
186

Charles Wefley, 1742


Charles Wefley, 1745

66

Lamb
Lamb

397
386
272
323
269
293

189

Jefus calls us 'mid the tumult


Jefus, caft a look on me
Jefus

Author.

No.

First Line.

XI.

395

354

404
221
65
355
253
392
205
42
38
6

273
332
17

50
39
108
155
195

68
368
279

John Henry Newman, 1833


James Edmefton, 1820
George Herbert, 1632. Gloria

740.

Tr.

847

added.

Jofeph of the Studium, 9th Century. Tr. 1862


Paris Breviary.
Tr.. 1867
Godefchalcus, nth Century.
Tr. 1870
John Milton, 1623
Bifhop George Wafhington Doane, 1826
St.

Paris Breviary.

Thomas

Tr. 1830
Kelly, 1.809

Chiefly Charles Wefley, 1758


George Wither, 1641
John Hampden Gurney, 1838
Hon. and Rev. Walter Shirley, 1774
R. Corbet Singleton, 1.867
1867

Thomas Holme, 1861


Ifaac Williams, 1841
John Keble, 1857
James Holme, 1861
New Verfion, 1696
James Montgomery, 1825
Bifhop Heber, 181

INDEX OF HYMNS AND AUTHORS.

Xll.

No.

First Line.

Lord of power, Lord of might


Lord of the Church, we humbly pray
Lord of the worlds above
Lord, fee how fwelling crowds arife
Lord, this day Thy children meet
Lord, when before Thy throne we meet
Lord, when we bend before Thy throne
Lo fea and land their gifts outpour
Lo fteals apace the welcome tide
Love divine, all love excelling
.

Mercy triumphs,

Much

My
My
My
My
My
My
My
My
My
My
My
My
My

Chrift

in forrow, oft in

is

born

fong

is

(hade,

love

fon, give

is

my

God,

325

part.

13

the mining day

O
O
O
O
O

ye people, clap your hands


Who, lifted to the iky

God

Chrift,

come, Emmanuel, O come


day of reft and gladncfs
Death, thou art no more
.

a load of grief

thou art queen

Godfrey Thring, 1854


Edward Ofler, 1836
Ifaac Watts, 17 19
Third Pfalm. Vers. 1867
William Walfham How, 1854
Tremlian George Nicholas, 1838
Jofeph Dacre Carlyle, 1805
R. Corbet Singleton, 1867
7>. 1867
Gallican Breviary.
Charles Wefley, 1740

/Henry Kirke White, 1806.


(Fanny Fuller Maitland, 1827
Ray Palmer, 1830
Charlotte Elliott, 1836
Philip Doddridge, 1755
S.

Francis Xavier, 16th Century.

William Cowper, 1779


Bifhop Ken, 1709
Ifaac Watts, 17 19

Samuel CrofTman, 1664


Samuel CrofTman, 1664
T. T. N., 1870
Henry Vaughan, 165 1
John Byrom, 1773
15th Century.
TV. 1870
[William Walfham How, 1862.
(Founded on S. F. Adams, 1840
New Vcrfion, 1696
Ifaac Watts, 1709
Martin Rinckart, 1586
1649.
George Wither, 1641

47th Pfalm.

4
26
238
130

12th
13th Century.
TV. 1867
Chriltopher Wordfworth, 1863
Godfrey Thring, 1 866

75

TV 1867

Thomas Shepherd, 1692

271
160
1

cities

39 1

275
!
34
37

all

Of noble

21

Now

O'crwhclmcd beneath

294

290

[Now
all

93

3'3
309

change of times fhall ever fhock


Not all the blood of beafts
is

126

3 29

No

give thanks to

33
295
194

321

Thee

Thee

IOI

209
89
312

265

country.

to

197

cf our triumphant Saviour.

Nearer,

381

thine heart
a

fpirit longs for

Name

days

unknown

Me

foul, there

my

281
2 55

258

God and Father, while I ftray


God, and is Thy Table fpread
God, I love Thee, yet my love
God, my God, my Light, my Love
God, my Life, to Thee I call
God, when I from flecp awake
health was firm, my day was bright
Firm was my health
life's a

224

54

woe.

up to Thee

faith looks

283

Author.

Vers.

Paris Breviary.

TV.

Roman

Breviary.

1867
1867

TV. 1867

5th

Prudcntius, 4th:

TV. 1S67

Century.

Tr.

870

INDEX OF HYMNS AND AUTHORS.


Author.

No.

First Line.

for a thoufand tongues to ling

Fount of mercy, God of love

Xlll,

288

Charles Wefley, 1740

358

Alice Flowerdew,

Fountain

O
O
O
O
O

God,

God
God
God
God

in Whofe all fearching eye


of holts, the mighty Lord
of life, Whofe power benign
of mercy, God of might .
of morning, at Whofe voice

23I

Chriftopher Wordfworth, 1865


Verfion, 1696

246

New

182
188

Arthur Tozer Ruffell, 1848


John Keble, 1827
Ifaac Watts, 1709

331
187

Ifaac Watts, 17 19
Edward Ofler, 1836

2I 5

John Berridge, 1785


William Walfham How, 1866
R. Corbet Singleton, 1867
New Verfion, 1696
James Montgomery, 18 19
Ambrofian, 5th Century.
Tr. 1870
Laurence Tuttiett, 1854
William Cowper, 1779
Bifhop Heber, 1827
Eighth Pfalm, vers. 1867
Jofeph Anftice, 1836

God of the

O God, our help in ages pall


O God unfeen, yet ever near
O happy faints, who dwell in
Oh
Oh
Oh
Oh

happy

is it

feet that tread

light

400

naught to you that tread

120

'twas a joyful found to hear


where mail reft be found

337
336
60

O Jefu, Saviour of us all


O Jefus, ever prefent
O Jefu, where Thy people meet
O King of earth, and air, and fea
O Lord, how excellent Thy Name
O Lord of harveft, once again

339

3 67

O
O
O
O
O
O

270
301

360

Lord of the
Lord of holy reft, we pray
Lord of the Sabbath, hear our prayers
Lord of hofts, Whofe glory fills
Lord, turn not Thy face from me
Love divine, how fweet Thou art
loving Saviour, Who art touched
mourn, thou rigid ftone .

On

each return of holy

One

there

is

above

reft

366
98
335
204
121

29

others

all

32

345

Onward, holy champion


O praife ye the Lord
.

O precious Saviour, from Thy throne


O facred Head, now wounded
O Saviour, is Thy promife fled
O Sion, ope thy temple gates
O Spirit of the living God
O fplendor of the Father's might
O Thou bleft Lamb of God
O Thou, from Whom all goodnefs flows
O Thou, the contrite finner's Friend
.

'

233
267
327
128

49
199
373
3

348
284
356

Philip Doddridge, 1755

John Mafon Neale, 1844


John Marckant, 1562
Charles Wefley, 1746
T. T. N., 1870
Thefaurus Hymnologicus.
Tr. 1870
James Holme, 1861
(Marianne Nunn.
(Altered by George Vicefimus Wigram ? 1838
Benjamin Hall Kennedy, 1865
New Verfion, 1696
Thefaurus Hymnologicus.
Tr. 1867
Paul Gerhardt, 1606
1676.
Tr. 1849
Bifhop Heber, 181
Paris Breviary.
Tr. 1867
James Montgomery, 1825
St. Ambrofe, 4th Century.
Tr. 1870
Eliza F. Morris, 1858
Thomas Haweis, 1792
Charlotte Elliott, 1837

INDEX OF HYMNS AND AUTHORS.

XIV.

O
O
O

Thou,
Thou,

the true and only Light

Who

bid'fl

3 l6

the ocean deep

242

timely happy, timely wife

Our bleft Redeemer, ere He breathed


Our God Hands firm, a rock and tower
Our Lord is rifen from the dead
O wilt Thou pardon, Lord
reft

99
318
260

Palms of glory, raiment bright


Pour out Thy Spirit from on high
Praife, my foul, the King of heaven

Him

Praife the Lord, ye heavens adore


Praife to God, immortal praife
.

when

Saviour,

Whom I fain would love


Who Thy flock art feeding

Thee

Take up thy

in blcffing

Crofs, the Saviour faid

The Banquet of the Lamb is laid


The Chriftian's path fliincs more and more
.

James Montgomery, 1853


James Montgomery, 1836
Henry Francis Lyte, 1834
John Kempthorne, 18 10

Anna

Letitia Barbauld,

1773

Charles Wefley, 1745

10

19

374
106

Sec the Conqueror mounts in triumph


Shadow of a mighty rock
Soldiers of Chrift, arise
Soldiers of the Crofs, arifc
Songs of praife the Angels sang
Son of Man, to Thee we cry
Sons of men, behold from far
Sun of my foul, Thou Saviour dear

Edward Hayes Plumptre, 1865

347

Saviour,

Tr. 1836, 1867


William Whiting, i860
John Keble, 1827
Harriett Auber, 1829
Tr. 1867
Martin Luther, 1483
1546.
Charles Wefley, 1741
St. Jofeph of the Studium, 9th Century. Tr. 1862
Thomas Aquinas, 13th Century. Tr. 1867
Sir Robert Grant, 1839

163

Saviour, breathe an evening blefling


Saviour, fprinkle many nations

German.

398
387
140
117
118

Saviour, blefled Saviour

Sweet the moments, rich

216
226
286
285
359

Saviour,

310
l6l

Rejoice
the Lord is King .
Rejoice, ye pure in heart
Remember Thy Creator now
Refting from His work to-day
Ride on ride on in majefty
Rife, my foul, adore thy Maker
Rock of Ages, cleft for me
Round the Lord in glory fcatcd

"75

O Word celeftial, Who Thy


O worfhip the King

in dull to

Am hor.

No.

First Linx.

228
167
257
235
375
83
157

79
12
*

23

Pafcit Corvos,

1870

Thomas Why tehead, 1842


Henry Hart Milman, 1827
John Cennick, 1741
Auguftus Montague Toplady, 1776
Bifhop Mant, 1837
Godfrey Thring, 1 866
James Edmefton, 1820
Arthur Cleveland Coxe, 1840
Sir Robert Grant, 18 15
Auguftus Montague Toplady, 1776
William Auguftus Muhlenberg, 1826
Chriftophcr Wordfworth, 1862
John Samuel Bewlcy Monscll, 1850
Charles Wefley, 1749
William Walfham How, 1854
James Montgomery, 1819
Bifhop Mant, 1828
Charles Wefley, 1739
John Keble, 1827
Walter Shirley, 1774.

From James

343

Charles William Everett, 1833

H3

Roman Breviary. Tr.


Thomas Holme, 1861

16

867

Allen, 1757

INDEX OF HYMNS AND AUTHORS.

The
The
The

Crofs

is

on our brow

232

Crofs, upraifed on Calvary's heigh

and over
O hidden Saviour, Thee
The Father fhew us, gracious Lord
day

Thee we

is

.....

thorns

125

24

paft

adore,

The God of harveft praife


The happy morn is come
The Head, that once was crowned with
The
The
The
The
The
The
The

9I

203
362

Lord afcends the facred hill


Lord hath quelled the rebel powers
.

He gave the Word


Lord my pafture fhall prepare
Lord,

Lord of might from Sinai's brow


Lord will come
the earth fhall

.....

The morning light hath fhed its beams


The race that long in darknefs pined
The radiant morn hath paffed away
There is a Book, who runs may read
Fountain,

is

is

a river deep

with blood
and broad

filled

The facred day hath beamed


The folemn time of holy fall
The Son of God goes forth to war
The fpacious firmament on high
The ftrife is o'er, the battle done
The fun is finking faft
The voice that breathed o'er Eden
They come, God's meffengers of love
Thine for ever, God of love
This primal day, the Spring of Time
This ftone to Thee in faith we lay
Thou art gone up on high
Thou art the Way to Thee alone
Thou earth, o'er which the curfe of fin
Thou Judge of quick and dead
Thou, Lord, by flricteft fearch haft known
Thou that fendeft fun and rain
Thou, Whofe Almighty Word
.

Three

Anatolius, 5th Century.


Tr, 1862
7r. 1852
13 th Century.
R. Corbet Singleton, 1867
St.

Thomas Aquinas,

James Montgomery, 1822


Thomas Haweis, 1792

164

Thomas

2 43

T. T. N., 1870
R. Corbet Singleton, 1867
1867

148
86
251
36

Kelly, 1820
Venantius Fortunatus, 6th Century,

Jofeph Addifon, 17 12
Bifhop Heber, 1827

quake

Thou,

William Chatterton Dix, 1867


R. Corbet Singleton, 1867

H7.

Kingly banners onward ftream

There
There

Author.

No.

First Line.

XV,

Who
in

throned above

One, and One

Thrice Holy

God

in

all

glory

Three

of fovereign might

48
5

80
25
84
102
292
158
91

217
2

54

i53

H
236
210
263
3i

365
162
34o
3C0

43
338
3 64

37i

384
181

184

Bifhop Heber, 181


R. Corbet Singleton, 1867
John Morrifon, 1770
Godfrey Thring, 1866
John Keble, 1827

William Cowper, 1779


William Hum, 18 13
St. Ambrofe, 4th Century.
Paris Breviary.
Tr. 1870
Bifhop Heber, 1827

Tr.

870

Jofeph Addifon, 17 12
1 2th Century.
Tr. 1861
Latin.
Tr. by Edward Cafwall, 1858
John Keble, 1856
Robert Campbell, 1850

Mary Fowler Maude, 1848


Tr. 1867
James Montgomery, 1822
Emma Toke, 1851
Bifhop Doane, 1826
D. T. K. Drummond, 1838
Charles Wefley, 1749
New Verfion, 1696
Godfrey Thring, 1 866
John Marriott, 18 16
J. Erfkine Clarke, 1863
Gilbert Rorifon, 1850
Paris Breviary.
Tr. 1 867

Gallican Breviary.

Tr, 1870

52

INDEX OF HYMNS AND AUTHORS.

XVI.

No.

First Line.

Throned above the ftarry fphere


Through the day Thy love has fpared

Author.

T. T. N., 1870

us

Thy dear difciple on the Tea


Thy glorious work, O Chrift, is done
Thy Saviour ftandeth at the door
To blefs Thy chofen race
To God on high be thanks and praife
To God the Lord
To Thee all glory, Lord
.

23

Thomas

62

Kelly, 1806

R. Corbet Singleton,

165
3 50

Paris Breviary.

287

New

3ii

402
63

Pafcit Corvos,

Tr.

867
867

1870

Verfion, 1696
Nikolaus Decius, circa 1524.
Alfred Bell, 1869

Emma

Tr. 1867

Toke, 1853

^ Glory to

To
To

Ibee
Thee, O Lord, I yield
Thy temple I repair

my

3H

fpirit

28

German. Tr. 1867


James Montgomery,

812

Walking on the winged wind


Wake, my tongue, the myftery telling
Wake, O my foul, awake and raife

389

James Montgomery, 1853

193
116

Thomas Aquinas,

Wake

302
139
179
377
30
401

the watchmen's voice

Weeping

We
We

as

they go their

is

founding

way

give immortal praife

give Thee but Thine Own


Welcome, fweet day of reft
We love Thy temple, Lord

We

fing the praife of

What
What
What
What

Him Who

are thefc arrayed in white

beams

various hindrances

131

Thomas

222

Charles Wefley, 1745

214

James Montgomery, 18 19
Paris Breviary.
Tr. 1870
William Cowper, 1779

fo bright

we meet

When all Thy mercies, O my God


When at Thy footftool, Lord, t bend
When faireft Eve in Eden rofc
When gathering clouds around I view
When God of old came down from
Heaven

.....

When I furvcy the wondrous Crofs


When our heads arc bowed with woe
When rifing from the bed of death
When the dark waves round us roll
When we our wearied limbs to reft
When wounded fore the ftricken foul
Where
Where
While

high the heavenly temple flands


the

night

Who

mourner weeping
watched their

.....

flicphcrds

William Walfham How, 1854


Ifaac Watts, 1709
T. T. N., 1870

died

are thefc in bright array


ftar is this, that

13th Century.
Tr. 1867
Phineas Fletcher, 1633
Philip Nicolai, 1556 1608.
Tr. 1867
William Sterne Raymond, 1862
Ifaac Watts, 1709

flocks

arc thefc like ftars appearing

11

394
252

"5
2 37

277
168
127

97
104
320
289
353
256

Kelly,

Jofeph Addifon, 171


Henry Francis Lyte, 1833
R. Corbet Singleton, 1867
Sir Robert Grant, 1806
1812

John Kcblc, 1827


Ifaac Watts, 1709
Henry Hart Milman, 1827
Jofeph Addifon, 171

William Walfham How, 1854


Verfion, 1696
Cecil Frances Alexander, 1858
Michael Bruce, 1770
Hcinrich Sicgmund Ofwald, 1793.

New

Tr. 1847

by
57

213

Nahum

Tate, 1703

Henry Theodore Schcnk,

727.

Tr, 1841

INDEX OF HYMNS AND AUTHORS.


No.

First Line.

Who comes from Edom, with His robes


Who is this fo weak and helplefs
Why do we mourn departing friends
.

Why, my

foal, thus

Why ihould
Why ftorm

trembling ever

the cruel

Herod

fear

.....
......

do they ring
tear

With gladfome

feet

we

prefs

boundlefs realms of joy


choirs of

R. Corbet Singleton, 1867


William Walfham How, 1854
Ifaac Watts, 1709
Paul Gerhardt, 1606 1676.
Tr. 1862.
Sedulius, 5th Century.
Tr. 1 867

296

Second Pfalm.

393
399

R. Corbet Singleton, 1868


1867
1867

Vers.

1867

fhed the ceafelefs

Within a chamber calm and ftill


With me is Luke alone of all

Ye
Ye
Ye
Ye

73

Author.

Wherefore

the heathen ?

Why, weary mourner,

II 9

299
239
282

XV11.

New

Jerufalem
faints and fervants of the Lord
fervants of the Lord

Zion, at thy mining gates

200
211

266

New

149
306
34*

Fulbert of Chartres,
New Verlion, 1696

45

1867

Vernon, 1696

nth

Century.

Philip Doddridge, 1755

Benjamin Hall Kennedy, 1863

Tr,

1867

INDEX OF TRANSLATIONS.

....

No.

Adefte caelitum chori


Adefle fideles
Adoro Te, latens Deitas
Ad regias Agni dapes
Allein Gott in der Hon' (cy

carmen
Angulare Fundamentum

191

Eh

cunti

melodum

Chorus novas Jerufalem


Creator alme liderum
Crudelis Herodes,

Deum

H3
3"
82

Alleluia, dulce

Cantemus

52

52

Die parente temporum


Dies irae, dies ilia
Dignare me, O Jefu, rogo Te
Dir hab' ich mich ergeben

37
355
149
37
73
3i

O bona patria
O Deus, ego amo Te
O Haupt voll Blut und Wunden
O Jefu Chrifte, wahres Licht
O luce Quae Tua lates
.

Optatus votis

Opus

O
O

omnium

peregifti

qui tuo dux


Tola

Tuum
martyrum

magnarum urbium.

Pange, lingua,

gloriofi

Quae

ftella, fole

Quos

in holies, Saule, tendis

pulchrior

44
323

Saevo dolorum turbine

3*4

Seele, du musft munter werden


Solemne nos jejunii
.

Burg ift unfer Gott


En clara vox redaiguit
En tempus acceptabile

Ein

fclte

quam

Felix dies,
Finita

proprio

jam funt praelia


foil, mcin Herzc fpringen

Frohlich

Gloriofi Salvatoris

Hie breve

Jam

35
89

153
53

290

lucis orto fidcrc

Rcdemptor omnium

mit Ihm auch ich


Jefus lebt
Jordanis oras praevia
!

Sol praeceps rapitur

Splendor Paternae

gloricc

Stabat Mater dolorofa


Supreme, quales, Arbiter

64

*0*

vivitur

Jefu, dulcis memoria


Jefu dulciflime, e throno gi oriac
Jefu,

310

272

Templi

facratas

pandc

Tt)v rifiepay cie\du)V .


Ter Sancte, ter potens

Tuiy

Deus

ii/.iapTiu>v rrjv 7r\7)0uv.

Tutv lepCJy aQXotyopuv

Urbs beata Jerufalem


Urbs Syon aurca

60
154

46

Veni, Creator Spiritus


Vcni, Sancte Spiritus
Veni, vcni, Emmanuel
prodiens
Vexilla Regis prodcunt

:<ifiUTOy

Victis

Labcntc jam folis rota


Lugctc dura marmora

22

fibi

cognomina

Viva, viva, Gcfu

121

Wachet auf

Nunc

tandem
Nun dankct allc Gott
Nobis Olympo redditus
fuis

327

Vcrbum fupcrnum
K6voi

205
37
160

Warum

Wcm
Wcr

in

sollt'

Stimmc
mich denn griimen

ruft uns die

ich

Lcidcnitagcn

find die vor Gottcs throne.

73>

35
369

INDEX OF SUBJECTS.

Advent, 35

49,

104, 279, 302, 318, 326

Affliction, 97, 109, 112,

249, 250, 258, 277,

of,

246,281,337, 367, 370


Laying foundation of, 365, 366
Militant, 289, 303
Triumphant, 245, 248, 305, 333
Circumcifion, 64
6j
Comfort, Spiritual, 94, 109, in, 112, 300,

216222

Afcenfion-tide, 158

Church, Dedication

284, 294, 295, 320, 353


21 i> 21
220
All Saints, 213
Angels, 210
Annunciation, Feaft of the, 201
Apoftles, &c.,

60, 279, 299


367 370
House of God,

Chriitmas, 51

167, 256, 271

320, 324, 393

Baptifm, 228
230
Bleft, happinefs of, 213216, 218, 222, 223,
245, 248, 262, 305, 313, 349
Burial of the Dead, 44, 223, 238
240, 262,

387
Call, the divine, 34, 324, 329, 350
Charitable Collections, 377
Charity, 90
Chaftifement, 107, 249, 273
CHRIST, His Blood meritorious, 102,

Communion, Holy,
Confeffion, 96, 98

122,

101,

Confirmation, 231

86 -197

105, 109
263, 303, 322
235, 258, 263,

339, 343, 35
Creation, 8386, 254
Crofs and Crown, 303, 343
LefTon of the, 127, 132, 273
Power of the, 125, 131
Our Refuge, 118, 123, 125
Courage, Chriftian, 221, 233
235, 255, 258,

18, 119,

282, 310, 343

123,125,128, 133,134,136,
*17> 348, 353, 357

Double Nature, 299


Interceffion, 356
Our Light, 300, 316, 393, 395
His Love, 105, 116, 121, 126, 127,
132, 133, 256, 274, 312, 321, 324,

335. 345, 351


108, no, in, 118, 128,
137, 257, 269, 284, 323, 328
The Shepherd, 327, 339, 382
His Sufferings, in, 113, 116, 119
121, 126128, 130, 133, 321, 353
Sympathy, 112, 256, 277, 324, 345
Triumphant, 163, 164, 166, 264, 296
Union with, 137, 263, 272, 315, 325,
329, 347, 348
Way, Truth, and Life, 263, 340
Chriftian's death, 223, 239, 262, 265, 392

Our Refuge,

Death, Hope in, 154, 238, 262


Preparation for, 70, 314

Of the Young, 387

154,265,296
140
140
Week
Ember Days, 224, 225
Epiphany, 73 81
25, 181
Evening,
Eafler, 141

Even, 138

before,

11

Fafling, 91,

92

General, 34, 8388, 90, 93112, 114 1 16,


118, 123, 125, 127, 128, 130137, J 54
156, 157, 160, 163, 164, 166, 170174,
222, 233
I7
235, 243
185, 213

6_

357,400,401,404

INDEX OF SUBJECTS.

XX.

GOD

Condefcenfion of, 132,274,301,


306, 321, 324, 350
Faith in, 96, 1 1 8, 1 34, 1 37, 269,
275,277, 278, 328, 330
Gratitude to, 1 16, 126, 127, 132,

252, 348
Guide, 251, 280, 316, 339, 354
King, 38, 161, 163, 164, 166,
260, 267, 271, 279, 286, 296,
298, 311
Knowledge of, 292, 340, 345
HisLove,93, 11 1, 116, 123,126,

j>

>>

127,131133,274,307,312,
321, 335, 345, 348, 350
Love to, 121, 123, 126, 132,

tt

)>

Name

tt

tt

tt

if

(Chrift),

171, 274, 315, 348, 351


of, 301, 306

Omnipotence, 85, 244,254,260,


285,298, 306, 344
Omnifcience, 276, 326, 338
Reft in, 93, 103, in, 114, 137,
26 3 33 6 34 2
Seeking, 93, 94, 96, 107, 114,
156, 278, 309
Unchangeable, 260, 310, 311,

331

Matrimony, Holy, 236, 237


Mercy, Seeking for, 96, 98
no, 114, 115, 293
Millions, 78, 316, 371
376
Morning, 1
10, 181, 283

100,

105, 108,

Name

of Jefus, 65
6j y 264, 272, 288, 290
Year, 68
72, 331

Ordination, 224 227

New

Palm Sunday, 117, 118

116
113

Tide, 129137, 273, 321, 323, 330,


343, 3+8, 357
Week, 117
140
Patience, 96, 282, 308, 314
Perfeverance, 258, 275
Peflilence, 388, 389
Pilgrims, Chriftian, 16, 319, 349
Praife, 253, 259, 260, 266, 267, 285, 286,
288, 306, 307, 349, 402, 404
Prayer, 101, 291, 352, 394
Private Ufe, 223, 262, 390
395
Paflion

ProcefTional,

398

403

Providence, 85, 251, 252, 270, 275, 276, 280,

339
Hallelujah Sequence, 355
Harveit, 155, 358364

Heaven, 160, 214, 245, 248, 302, 304, 305,


3*3> 319
Hofanna, 261
Humiliation, 98, 100, 105, 108, 115, 133,284,

Public Worfhip, 246, 259, 281, 337, 400, 401


Clofeof, 332
Purification, Feaft of the, 199
Purity, 317

Quinquagefima, 89, 90, 273

2 94> 3 2 7

357
Humility, 103, 385

Refignation, 250, 295, 308, 314, 390

Innocents' Day, 63

Riches,

Retirement, 291

Contempt

of,

Rogation Days, 155

209

157

Judgment, 3549, 104, 318


Saint

Labor and Reft, 70, III, 162, 213, 245, 303,


3 + i, 34 6

Lent, 91
112, 291, 352, 353, 356
Litany, 106, 156, 157, 279, 396, 397

tt

Martyrs, 213, 216, 217, 221, 223, 245, 248,


282, 305

Andrew, 34, 343, 350


Barnabas, 90, 204, 273
Bartholomew, 103, 208
James, 207, 325
John Baptilt, 42, 46, 205, 312
Evangclift, 62, 131, 32S
tt
Luke,

Mark, 95, 202, 258, 343

INDEX OF SUBJECTS.
SPIRIT,

Saint Matthew, 209, 291


Matthias, 200

XXI.

HOLY,

His

Office, 170,

172174,

176, 247

Michael, 13, 17, 210


Paul, Converfion of, 198
Peter, 95, 206, 277, 310, 327
Philip and James, 203, 263, 340
Simon and Jude, 212, 316
Stephen, 61, 223, 262, 330

Sunday, 26

33

Comforter, 109, 175, 334


Quickener, 171, 177

Temptation and Trial, 87, 95


Time, Lapfe of, 68, 70, 331
Transfiguration, The, 243

Thomas, 50, 316


Sea, For thofe at, 241, 242

Trinity-tide, 31,

178185,

311, 334

Seed of the Word, 88


Self denial, 103, 343
Self-renunciation, 118, 127, 132, 269, 328,
Septuagefima, 83
86, 254
Week before, 82

Sexagefima, 87, 88, 95, 352


Sicknefs, 390, 391
Soul, Immortal, 43, 262, 336

Virgin (Bleffed),

357

Her

Affliction, 129, 130


Annunciation, 201

Purification,

Watchfulnefs, 43, 322, 341


Whitfuntide, 168
177, 247

WISDOM,

268

199

INDEX OF TUNES AND COMPOSERS.

* Compofed for

Hymn.

this

Work.

t Harmonized

Harmonized

II

Modified

by G. A. Macfarren.
by E. G. Monk.

by E. G. Monk.

Tune.

Metre.

Composer, or Source.
1

....

Morning Hymn
Melcombe

Splendor
StraP mich nicht
The Morning Light

Ach, Gott und Herr

7
8

As mounts on high
Waldeck
Come, my foul

9
ii

Evening Hymn
Sun of my foul

12

H
i*

Abide with

16

The

"7
18

Lord ever mew


Ere I fleep

9
20

Saviour breathe
Hear my prayer

21

Midnight

22

Nun

23
2+

Through

2 5

The

26
27

Dies Dominica
Hail, Sacred Day

28

Oldenburg

finking

me

faft

Hymn

the day

^Lutheran
*Hcnry Smart, 1867
||Rcv. J. Jowett, 1823
*Rcv. Sir F. A. G. Oufeley, 1867
*G. A. Hardacrc, 1867
Bamberg Hymn Book, 1732
Layriz
fRihel, 1573.
*G. A. Macfarren, 1870
Rev. J. B. Dykes, 1862
Trofeflbr W. Stcrndale Bennett, 1870
Rev. J. B. Dykes, 1870
* Walter Macfarren, 1870
Rev. W. HavergaVs Old
(tLutheran.
Church Pfalmody
J
I
.

Anatolius

mcin kindclcin

radiant

....

St.

Chriftian's path

fchlaf

....

is

circa

foul

Weimar
The Sun

*3

Boyce.

Webbe,

my

Rife,

tS.

....

IO

W.

Ob. 1779
790
*Dr. R. P. Stewart, 1867
Ob. 1685
JJ. Rofenmuller.
*E. G. Monk, 1867
JHarmony founded on J. S. Bach.)
Ob. 1750
j
\
tAncient Melody. Printed 1 535
tLutheran
*E. G. Monk, 1870
*E. G. Monk, 1867
Thomas Tallis. Ob. 1585
*
*E. G. Monk, 1867
tMelchior Vulpius. Ob. circa 161 6
E. G. Monk, 1870
#
E. G. Monk, 1867
JDr.

Morn
.

...

L.
L.
L.
6 fevens.
886, 8S6.
L.
L.
L.

847, 847.

33>6.

8,

L.

L.
8 fevens.

64, 66.

'

tens.

86, 86, 88.


86, 86, 44, 8.
8, 33, 6.

87, 87.
87, 87.
L.

C.
87, 87, 777 6, 76, 88.
88, 84.
76, 7 6 > 7 6 > 7 6
86, 84.

4 fevens.

11

INDEX OF TUNES AND COMPOSERS.


Hymn.

Tune.

On

29
3

33

Moravia
This Primal Day.
O Lord of Holy Reft
Old 137th

34

Jefus calls us

35

Hark

36
37
38
39

Zoheleth
Conditor Alme
Lo He comes

32

4
4i

Trumpet Voice
.

Luther's Hymn
St. David's
Ermuntre dich

Metre.

Composer, or Source.

....
....
....
....
....
....
....

each return

XX111.

....
....

*E. G. Monk, 1870


Rev. J. Weft, circa 1 800
*G. A. Macfarren, 1867
*W. H. Holmes, 1867
tDay's Pfalter, 1562
*G. A. Macfarren, 1867
*E. G. Monk, 1865
Rev. W. Havergal, 1859
fAncient
* Walter Macfarren, 1867

......

JFirft printed in

87> 87, 4787, 87, 887.

1524

tRavenfcroft's Psalter,
[IJohann Schop, 1641

62

C.
6 eights.

Saxony

49

Buda

50

Lord, give us

*E. G.

5i

Bethlehem

52

New

53

54

Battifhill

55

56

Lufatia
Chriftmas

57
58

Hark

D.S.
6 fevens.

i|

87, 87, 47.

59

Frankfort

60

Briftol

61

Chief of Martyrs

62

Thy

....
....
....
.

L.
j

L.

Strathpeffer

64

Jefu

....
....
....
....

Redemptor

65

Durham

66
67
68
69
70

Jefus

Name

St.

Peter

St.

Mary's

Father, let

me

886, 886.

Rev. J. B. Dykes, 186


tjohn Reading. Ob. 1692
*G. A. Macfarren, 1870 .
John Battifhill. Ob. 1 801
tLutheran.
HavergaVs Old Ch. Ps.
HWurttemburg Gefangbuch, 1864

8 fevens.

dedicate

No. 53, Sarum Hymnal


Lawes

Irregular.

8336, 8336.
87, 87, 474 fevens.

D.C.

tOld Englifh
.
.
*E. G. Monk, 1867
C. Jofeph, 1 690. Havergal''s OldCh. Ps.
tRavenscroft's Pfalter, 162
.

E. G.
*E. G.

Monk, 1867
Monk, 1867

fevens.

||

dear Difciple

63

Monk, 1867

fevens.

L.

While Shepherds watched


what mean

87, 87, 77.

J.

Adefte fideles
All my heart

7i

87, 87, 887.


L.

48

87, 87.
87, 87.

Axminfter
Turk and Pope, or Spires
Day of Judgment.

miiffen fterben

D.C.

S.Bach's 371.
1685 1750
tDay's Pfalter, 1562
*G. A. Macfarren, 1867
Henry Lawes.
Ob. 1662
tDay's Pfalter, 1562
*G. A. Macfarren, 1867
("Lutheran. Before 1588. Havergafs
Old Ch. Ps
{
Lutheran, 1598. Dibdin

Menfchen
Old 25th
Day of Wrath

L.
L.

42
43
44
45
46
47

Alle

88, 88, 6.
S.

87, 87, 4.
87, 87.

C.
fevens.

L.

......

G. A. Macfarren, 1866
tAncient

S.

L.

tRavenfcroft's Pfalter, 1621

C.

*E. G. Monk, 1867


A. R. Reinagle, 1840

liPlayford's Pfalter,

1671

C.

*E. G. Monk, 1867 .


T. E. Aylward, 1868

Henry Lawes.

Ob. 1662

fevens.

C.
75 75> 75^ 75S.
.
;

fevens.

INDEX OF TUNES AND COMPOSERS.

XXIV.

Hymn.

Harp, awake

73
74
75

Freylinghaufen

Zoan

.....
....

As with

gladnefs

....
....
....

Matthias
Ratifbon
St. Ityld

New

81

York
Epiphany

82

Alleluia dulce

83

84

Culbach
There is

85

St.

86

The Lord He gave the Word


Good Lord Who haft

87
88

carmen

Book

Matthew

....
....
....
....
....
.

Przetorius

89

Lo

90
92

Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghoft


Chcfhire
Heinlein

93

Chichefler

9+

Abbey

95

96
97
98
99
100
IOI

102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
1

10

fteals

In the

apace

Hour

Southwell

of Trial

St.

Bride

Windfor
There is

Sorlington

Sinner

Fountain

Dunbar
Werdc muntcr mcin Gemute
Saviour, when in Duft
Hear me, O God.
.

Mercy's Day
Ins Feld gch ziilc
Heal me, O my Saviour
Art thou weary
Filitz

Franchc Comptc

114

From

115

Dasaltcjahr

87, 87, 87, 87.


L.

the deeps

||

76, 76, 76, j6.


L.
6 fevens.

jjLutheran

*Herbert S. Irons, 1870


Jeremiah Clarke. Ob. 1707
{Werner's Choral Book, 1 8 1
H. E. Dibdin, 1851 .
tScotch Pfalter, 161 5.
E. H. Thorne, 1862 .
tMichael Haydn, 1800
{Lutheran
* Walter Maefarren, 1870 .
Ob. 1727
JDr. W. Croft.
*G. A. Maefarren, 1870 .
*G. A. Maefarren, 1867
.
tPrastorius, 1609
*E. G. Monk, 1867 .
*E. G. Monk, 1870
fRavenscroft's Pfalter, 1 621
Layriz
||M. Heinlein, 1677.
Ravenfcroft's Ps., 1621
tScotch Pfalter, 161 5
*E. G. Monk, 1867 .
IDcnham's Pfalter, 1558
R. Redhead, 1853
tRavcnfcroft's Pfalter, 162
fRavenfcroft's Pfalter, 1621
Dr. S. Howard. Ob. 1782
G. Kirby. Ravenfcroft's Ps. 162
#
E. G. Monk, 1867

L.

6 fevens.

fevens.

C.
11 10,

11 10.

87, 87, 87.


4 fevens.

C.

D.C.
66, 88,6, 4444, S
86, 886.

C.
c.
77> 75-

C.

fevens.

c.
C.
65, 6$, 65, 65.
S.

4 fevens.
D.C.

....
....
....
....
....

Lamentation of

No. 47, Redhead.

Ludlow

*G. A. Maefarren, 1 867


Freylinghaufen, 1704
J. A.
Rev. W. Havergal, 1859
.

Bavaria
St.

Metre.

Composer, or Source.

Tune.

72

76
77
78
79
80

S.
S.

||

c.
c.

Thomas Campion, 1600

4 fevens.

tScotch Pfalter, 161 5


Johann Schop, 1641. Bach
*G. A. Maefarren, 1867
*G. A. Maefarren, 1867 .
Crugcr, 1653
J.
Layriz, Kirchcngcfangs, 1854
*G. F. Reynolds, 1867

C.
6 fevens.

||Dr.

8 fevens

77763 fevens.

*E G. Monk, 1869

85,83.

tMelody by Dr. F. Filitz, 1846


tGcncvan Pfalter, 1563
*Walter Maefarren, 1867
Crugcr, 1653
||J.

fours.

3 fevens.

65, 65.

L.
77> 77> 88
L.

INDEX OF TUNES AND COMPOSERS.


Tune.

Hymn.

116
117
118
119
120
121

122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138

Lambeth
Ride on

Composer, or Source.

*E. G.

on

Rock of Ages
Judea

Oh

is it naught
mourn, thou rigid Hone
Old 132nd
!

Go

....
Gethfemane

to dark

The Cross upraifed


Saulus urns Gefetz
Rockingham
O Haupt voll Blut
Stabat Mater
Old ill

We

ling the praife

Bur ford
Ave Maris

Egham
Hark

....

the voice

St. Philip

Martyrdom

....
....
....
.

Weeping

as they

Zurich

Day

Eafter

H3

Rochefter

144

Eafter

H5

Refurrection
Kiffengen .

146
147
148
149

George

is

here

Hymn

St.

quelled

Fulbert

150

Thankfgiving

151

He

is

152
153
154
155
156
157

St.

Dionyfius

The

....
....

Wolverhampton
Melbourne
Presburg

four

circa

18

L.
76, 76, 76, 76
887, 887.

D.C.
L.

C.
fixes.

s.

87, 87, 47.


fevens.

C.

notes

Book, 1767. Ldft\


offourth line altered
j

*E. G. Monk, 1870


Schop, 1 64

....
....
....
....

*Herbert S. Irons, 1868


JN. Hermann, 1560
JDay's Pfalter, 1562
tHenry Carey. Ob. 1743
*Rev.J. B. Dykes, 1870
fLutheran.
Maurice's Choral Harmony
Dr. Howard, 1770
*Walter Macfarren, 1867
.

Dr. H. J. Gauntlett
Rev. J. B. Dykes.
Hon. and Rev. \
.
j
J. Grey's Hymnal, i$66
\
*E. G. Monk, 1867
E. G. Monk, 1863.
Greys Hymnal
.
*Henry Smart, 1870
*G. A. Macfarren, 1867
G. J. Elvey, 1840. Hackett's Pfalmif
E. H. Thome, 1862
fLutheran.

....
.

87, 87, 77.

7776 fevens.

Strife is o'er

Jefus lives

86, 86, 88.


L.

Hymn

rifen

87, 87.

6 fevens.

.....

Howard's 148th

The Lord hath

66, 66, 88.


C.

fLutheran
||Hugh Wilfon,

tj.

....
....

141
142

St.

go

L.

6 fevens.
C.

fModern German
f?Dr. Turner. Ob. 1744
*E. G. Monk, 1870 .'

139
140

L.

R. Redhead, 1853
Dr. W. Crotch. Hacketfs Pfalmist, 1 840
*E. G.Monk, 1867 .
*G. A. Macfarren, 1867
Da/s Pfalter, 1562 {Reduced)
JGnadau's Choralbuch
*E. G. Monk, 1867
*E. G. Monk, 1867
B. Gefius, 1605
Ob. 1807
tDr. Edward Miller.
H. G. Hafller, 161 3. Harm, by Bach.
f Ancient Melody
fRavenfcroft's Pfalter, 162
*G. A. Macfarren, 1867
f Henry Purcell. Ob. 1695

||Drefden

Drefdcn

6 eights.

Monk, 1867

Turnau

Metre.

R. King, 1695

ride

XXV,

fevens.

C.
L.

elevens.

77> 77> 874 fevens.

66, 66, 88.


886, 886.

C.
L.

87,87,77
87, 87, 47-

888,4.
78, 78, 4.

C.
77, 75-

6 fevens.

INDEX OF TUNES AND COMPOSERS.

XXVI.

Hym:

158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168

Tune.

Composer, or Source.

Bethlehem

Liibeck

Jam
St.

Lucis
Paul

Gopsal

Caithnefs

New

Wincheller

Hark

ten thoufand

Anne

Bifhop.

169

Eppendorf

170

Narenza

171

Tallis'

172

Buckland

173

Vcni Creator

*74
175
176
177
178
179
180

O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort
Olmiitz

fevens.

L.

L.

D.S.
66, 66, 88.

fScotch Pfalter, 161 5


Ob. 1776
tj. Kent.
*Dr. R. P. Stewart, 1868
*E. G. Monk, 1870
fDr. W. Croft. Ob. 1727
fC.P.E. Bach, 1714 ijSZ. Haver- \
gal's Old Church Pfalmody
{
J
fLutheran.
Cologne Hymn Bock
Thomas Tallis. Ob. 1585
Rev. L. G. Hayne, 1863
fDr. R. P. Stewart. C hope's Hymn and)
Tune-Book, 1863
J. Schop, 1 64
JLutheran
*G. A. Macfarrcn, 1867
fLutheran.
JNcandcr, circa 1650.
R. R. Rofs, 1851
C. P. E. Bach, 1714 1788
ILutheran.
Rev. L. G. Hayne, 1863
Rev. J. B. Dykes, 1861
Henry Lawcs. Ob. 1662
1685
1750
J. S Bach's 371.
*E. G. Monk, 1867
Rev. William Jones.
Ob. 1799
.

Ob. 1737
fJeremiah Clarke. Ob. 1707
fRev. P. Latrobe, circa 1850
G. F. Handel. Ob. 1759
||J.

See the Conqueror


St.

Wefley.
Ob. circa 1815
fLutheran, 1704
S.

Fairfield

Metre.

C.
L.

87> 87, 77 .
87, 87, 87, 87.

C.
L.

181

182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191

Ordinal

Come, Thou Holy


Suabia

Spirit

Unfer Herrfcher
St. Peter's

Manchcfler

Weimar New
Dantzic
Trinity

Nicaca
Whitehall

of

Mach's mit mir

Lamb

God

Nayland, or
Arundel
Panis Vivus
St. Laurence

St.

Stephen

....

Name

192

In the

St. Auflcl

194
195

Warcham

Dumfermline

196

Ezckiel

'97

Wcflex

Wcbbc,

1790.
Dykes, 1870
E. H. Thome, 1862
Arrangedfor this
f f Ancient Melody.
work
'G. A. Macfarrcn, 1870
Arthur Henry Brown, 186
S.

*Rcv.

J.

circa

B.

.....

193

Adoro Tc

....
....
....

||

;::

fW. Knapp.

Ob. 1768

S.

c.
fevens.

4
L.

6 eights.
86, 84.

775, 775S.

87, 87.
66, 66, 88.

L.
77, 75-

888.
Irregular.

L.
L.

fevens.

L.

77788, 84.

tens.

87, 87.

L.

f Raven fcroft's Pfalter, 162 1


f Schneider's Handbuch, 1829. Dibden's Standard Ps. and Tune-Book
\
Temple Book
E.J. Hopkins, 1867.

87, 87, 77-

C.

C.

86, 86, 88.

INDEX OF TUNES AND COMPOSERS.


Hymn.

I98
I99

200
201

202
203
204

'Gainft what foemen


Das wait Gott
Within a chamber

*E. G. Monk, 1867.


Bach's 371, 1685
J. S.

Hail highly favored


Throned above
The Father fhew us
O loving Saviour

*E. G.

*E. G. Monk, 1870

*E. G.

205

Old 148th

206
2C7
208
209
2IO

In weaknefs great
As James the Great
Beneath the fig-tree's

211
212

With me

Tea

and land

Norfolk

86, 86, 88.

886, 886.

Monk, 1870
Pfalter,

76, 76, 76, 76.


86, 886.

C.

1592

Playford's

1671

Pfalter,

*E.

G. Monk, 1870

Luke

*G. A. Macfarren, 1867


*Walter Macfarren, 1867
*John Hullah, 1868
fDr. S. Howard, 1770
*E. G. Monk, 1867
*E. G. Monk, 1867
f*G. A. Macfarren, 1865. Steggall
Hymns for the Church of England '!
[
Dr. Steggall, 1849
Wood, 1762
J.
*W. H.Holmes, 1868
Supplement to New Verfion, 703
Arthur S. Sullivan, 1867.
Nisbet '}
J
Pfalms and Hymns
\
t
Rev. J. B. Dykes, 1870
Barnby, 1868
J.
Wurttemberg 1
f IJ. G. C. Storl/1744
Gefangbuch
\
R. Redhead, 1853
Ob. circa 779Dr. W. Hayes.
||Day's Pfalter, 1562
.

213

How bleft the unity


Who are thefe

2I4

St.

Edmund

215
2l6
217

St.

Giles

Palms of glory
St. John

218

St.

....

Luke new

66, 66, 44, 44,

is

Monk, 1867

87, 87, 47.


L.

I750

*G. A. Macfarren, 1870


*G. A. Macfarren, 1867
CEile's

Metre.

Composer, or Source.

Tune.

Lo

XXV11.

tens.

86, 86, 886.

886, 886.
886, 886, 446.
L.

L.

887, 887.
87, 87, 778 fevens.

L.

4 fevens.
D.C.
C.

2I9
220

Streatham

221

Let our choir

222

Theuerster Immanuel

Hark

the found

55> 55> 6 5> 6 5


87, 87, 87, 87.
76, 76, 76, 76.

fevens.

fevens.

223

224
225
226
227
228
229

No. 143 Redhead


Magdalen College
Old 50th

Wells
Carlifle

Saviour,

Who Thy

Gloucefter

flock

Dibdin
Before 1740.
fRavenfcroft's Pfalter, 1621
Dr. Steggall, 1849
fRavenfcroft's Pfalter, 162

L.

C.
87, 87.
c.

now Thy new-made


in Whofe
Germany

*E. G. Monk, 1870


*Dr. R. P. Stewart, 1867
tMelchior Frank. Ob. 1667

234

Onward, holy Champion


St. Theodulf

235

Soldiers of Chrift

236

St.

Z57

When

*Lady Thompfon, 1870


|jM. Tefchner, circa 1600
*E. G. Monk, 1867
f Rev. R. R. Chope. Chope's Congregational Hymn and Tune-Book, 1862
X
E. G. Monk, 1870

23O

Jefu,

23I
232
233

God,

Cecilia

faireft

Eve

87, 87, 47.

D.L.

886, 886.
D.S.

S.

65, 65, 65, 65.


76, 76, 76, 76.
s.

76, 76.

D.C.

INDEX OF TUNES AND COMPOSERS.

XXV111.

Hymn

238
239
240
241

242
2 43

Tune.

O Death, thou art no more


Hereford New

*Sir F. A. G. Oufeley,

Betulius

From out
Mainz
The Lord
Dort

P falter, 1671

JSigifmund

Von

||Mainz Choralbuch
*G. A. Macfarren, 1870

H.

S. Irons,

|jj.

my

*55

All Saints

pafture

G. C.

Storl,

261

Dortmund
Luxemburg

Dcathlcfs principle

264

St.

*E. G. Monk, 1870


Turle, 1863
Jeremiah Clarke. Ob. 1707.
J

monifed lyj. HuI/ab,l%W


*E. G. Monk, 1867 .
.

267

Hanover

life's a

made

'

Croft's 148 th

....
....

268
269
270

Jcfu,

271

(Ten Commandments,
Audi Ifracl
(

Criiger

Lover of my
King of earth

Bernard
Old Martyrs

Hark

foul

my

foul

Angels' Song

Canterbury
Mcribah

4
.

||Dr.

W.

Verjion,

1703

to

HGencvan
HLutheran

fevens.

C.

Nezv\
55, 55>^5, 65.
J

.....

Pfalter,

fevens.

L.

66, 66, 44, 44.


66, 66, 44, 44.

tjohann Criiger, 1640


#
E. G. Monk, 1867
E. G. Monk, 1867 .

fevens.

or)

L.

4
4

Har-\

...

Supplement

f||?Dr. Croft.

D.C.

55, 55, 65, 65.


88, 887.
4 fevens.

Ob. 1727

Croft.

fevens.

D.L.

St.

6 eights.
C.

J.

Magnus, or Nottingham

My

274
275
276
277

C.
L.

Sandringham

265
266

2 73

66, 66, 44, 44.

Bach's 371 {Derived from)

fevens.

IJRavenfcroft's Pfalter, 162

262
263

272

1703
J
IJHamburg Choral Book
Lutheran HavergaVs OldCh. Pfalmody
Dr. Gauntlett, 1848
|jDay's Pfalter, 1562

Univerfitv College

4
.

....
....

Old 1 ooth
Old 104th
Was Gott thut

Wurttemberg^

tAlifon's Pfalter, 1599


.
tj. C. Bach, 1680
||Supplement to New Verfion, 1703
( ?Dr. Croft.
Supplement to New Verjion

256
257
258
259
260

1744.

*E. G. Monk, 1867 .


tScotch Pfalter, 161
G. F. Handel. Ob. 1759.
*E. G. Monk, 1863 .'
.

Jerufalem on high
Culrofs

Winchefter Old
St. Leonard

Ob. 1745

Gefangbuchy 1864

Luke

1861

fW. Wheal.

251
252
253
2 54

68 1

.....

{Lutheran

Ach, wann werde

....

afcends

2 47

St.

Ob.

Birken.

Southwell
Bedford

66, 64.
C.
6 fevens.
L.
6 eights.
886, 886.
L.
C.
C.

*G. A. Macfarren, 1867

Cannons
The Lord

1870

fPlayford's

the deep

New

Metre.

Composer, or Source.

244
2 45
246

248
249
250

1561

76, 76, 16, 7 6.


8 fevens.

L.
L.
L.

||Scotch Pfalter, 161 5

C.

*Jamcs Lea Summers, 1862


Orlando Gibbons. Ob. 1625. {Reduced)
tEftc's Pfalter, 1592
Rev. W. Havergal

fevens.

L.

eights.

INDEX OF TUNES AND COMPOSERS,


Composer, or Source.

Tune.

Bifhopthorpe
Lord of Mercy

St.

mich

folk' ich
.

....

Stuttgart

ergo

||S.

Webbe,

||Dr.

Oriel

77> 7587, 87, 47.


66, 66, 44, 44.

8336, 8336.

6 fevens.
C.
87, 87.
87, 87, 47.

1790
1562

circa

tDay's Pfalter,
tRaphael Courteville, 1680

Michael
James
Babylon Streams
St.

C.

and

Tune Book
tScotch Pfalter, 161
^Lutheran

St.

C hope's Hymn

G. Monk, 1862.

Dundee

Tantum

Jeremiah Clarke. Ob. 1707


Dr. Steggall, 1865
tLutheran. Arranged for this Work
Rev. W. H. Havergal
IJ. G. Ebeling, 1672
(E.

Ninian

Metre.

Coburg
Moriah

Warum

XXIX.

S.

c.

Thomas Campion, 1600

L.

tMichael Haydn, 1800


A. G. Oufeley. Maurice's Choral)
Harmony
1
.
j
R. Redhead, 1853
*George A. Hardacre, 1867
William Dorrell, 1840
*Walter Macfarren, 1867
Michael Wife.
Ob. 1687
tHenry Lavves. Ob. 1662
From Bacb, by Dr.\
(J. Criiger, 1653.
\ Gauntlett
*E. G. Monk, 1868
||Playford's Pfalter, 1671
Founded on Bach, 1685
1750
|?P.Nicolai, 1556
1608. Harmonized)
by Mendelsohn
X
Dr. Gauntlett, 1852
Alexander Ewing
* Walter Macfarren, 1867
tGenevan Pfalter, 1562
tj. Criiger, 1653
R. Minton Taylor, 1867
Sigillus, 1657
t Printed at Wittenberg, 1529
Ancient. Harmonized by Mendeljfohn
A. S. Sullivan, 1 867. Nijbefs Ps.
IMelchior Vulpius, circa 1609
jGeorge Neumarck. Ob. 1 681. Harmonized by Mendelffohn
\
tGoudimel, 1565
Lutheran.
Harmonized by Mendelsohn
tLutheran, circa 1720

87, 87, 87.

(Sir F.

Lovehill

No. 66 Redhead
Jefu, meek and gentle
.

Exeter

My God and Father


Congleton
.

Bridgewater
Freuet euch, ihr Chriften

Who
St.

is

this so

weak

Clement

Vom Himmel

hoch

Wachet auf ?
St.

Alphege

Ewing
Jerufalem the Golden
Old 113th
Nun danket
Eternal Beam
.

Ulm

....
.

Burg
Allein Gott in der Hoh
Formofa
Chriltus der ill mein Leben
Ein

fefte

Dir nab* ich mich ergeben

C.

&H

....

c.
65, 6^.
L.

88, 84.

tens.

6 eights.
8 fevens.

87, 87, 87, 87.

C.
L.

898, 898, 664, 88.


76, 76.

j6 } 76, 76, 76.


76,76, 76, 76.
6 eights.
67, 67, 66, 66.
L.

fixes.

87, 87, 66, 66, 7.


87, 87, 887.
87, 87, 87, 87.
76, 76.

98, 98, 88.

Mayenne

O Jefu

Chrifte, wahres Licht

Franconia

8 fevens.

L
S.

INDEX OF TUNES AND COMPOSERS.

XXX.

Hymn.

l8

Tune.

Playford

Moccas

....
....
....
....
....
....
....
....

319
320

St.

321

Ermebridge

322

Chriftian, feek not

323
3 24

Gibbons

325

326
327
328
329
330
33

33 2

333

334
335
33 6

337
338
339
34
34
1

342
343

344

Francis

Old 112th
Crifpin

St.

My

Ton, give

Braun

Old

1 ft

me

thine heart

Ben Rhydding
London New,

IJGanther

*Dr. Steggall, 1868


J. S.

Newton

||

35 1
35 2

Amplius

Lamb

Lincoln

When wounded
Latrobc
jLct us
\

all

in

fore

Hallelujah Sequence

35 6

Chcftcr Gate

357
358
359

Hereford
Eatington

No. 54 Wurttcmburg

Macfarren, 1870
tRcv. C. Latrobc, 1795

iing\

*G. A. Macfarren, 1870

64, 64, 664.


C.

6 eights.
88, 86.
S.

664, 66, 64.

D.C.
87, 87, 47.
87, 87, 87, 87.

87, 87, 47.

886, 886.
S.

C.
L.

76, 76.

88, 83.

L.
87, 87, 47.

884, 88, 84.


6 fevens.
65* 6 5> 6 5 6 5-

664, 664.

4 fevens.
86, 86, 44, 44.

6 eights.
C.
c.
87, 87, 44, 7.

....

L.

C.

tRavcnfcroft's Pfalter, 1621

Walter

4 fevens.

S.

66, 66, 44, 44.


77> 75-

S.

4 fevens.

....

chorus

....
....
....
....
....
....

bleft

5. Playford'sPs.i6~i
?C. Green, circa 1700

Innocents
Thy Saviour ftandeth

Orlando Gibbons. Ob. 1625


*Sir F. A. G. Oufelev, 1867
jRev. J. B. Dykes. Cbopfs H. and TA
Book, 1862
.}
{
*E. G. Monk, 1870
Henry Smart, 1869
* Henry Smart, 1870
*Rev. Sir F. A. G. Oufeley, 1870
T. E. Aylward, 1868
*Ladv Thompfon, 1870
t
*E. G. Monk, 1870
*Rcv.J. B. Dykes, 1870

No. 165 Sarum Hymnal

O Thou

....

Arthur Henry Brown, 1868

is

If thou wouldcft

1685 1750

fScotchPfalter,i6i

Take up thy crofs


No. 290 Sarum Hymnal
there

Bach's 371.

L.

.....

A. R. Reinagle
or

J.

....
....

Aelrcd

on Alifon's Harmony
H.Walker, i860

Kent, or Devonshire
St. Finbar
St. Matthias
Ye Servants of the Lord
St.

....
....

One

355

Lord, difmifs us
St. Hilary
Holy Father
In alien meinen Thatcn

345
34 6
347
348
349
35o

353
354

....
....
....

IJPlayford's Pfalter, 1671


A. R. Reinagle
C. Latrobe, 1795
Henry Lawes. Ob. 1662
*E. G. Monk, 1868
Orlando Gibbons, Ob. 1625
*E. G. Monk, 1867
* Henry Smart, 1868
Raven fcrofrs Pfalter, 162
tLutheran, 1540
G. J Elvey. Thome's Pfalms and Hymns
*E. G. Monk, 1870
||From Braun, 1675
|||Ravenscroft's Pfalter, 162 1. Founded)

Behold a Stranger
Nearer, my God
Salifbury

Metre.

Composer, or Source.

R. Barnctt, 1853
t
Ob. 1 727
fDr. William Croft.
{Reduced from Wurttemburg Book, 1 864

n,

7, 11.

88, 86.

C.
C.
4 fevens.

INfrEX OF

Hymn.

Tune.

360

Tuam

361
362
363
3 64

St.

Windfor

Harveft Praife

God the Father,Whofe creation


Nuneham

.....
.....

366

tjohn Stanley

367

Halle

Schneider's Choralbuch, 1829

368
369

Vienna
Darmftadt

37o

Chrift

37i

Thou Whofe Almighty Word

372
373
374
375
376
377
378
379
380

Ceylon

Spirit of the living

Leo

St.

Strattner

George

St.

Silcher

New

.....

Lea

Lord, this day


is our Shepherd

....
....

Jefus

Munich
Thou,

Who

Faith

St.

throned

Jefu, high in glory

Remember
It is the

thy Creator

....

39 2
393

Lift not thou

394
395

Pancras
Lead kindly light
St.

Raphael
(Jefu, Child of mortal throes!

39 6

St.

397
(

PaJJion Litany

Peterborough
With gladfome feet

Cooke

401
402
403

We

404

Call to Praife

love

To God
Awake

Thy
the

87, 87, 87, 87.


fevens.

temple

Lord

Awake

fevens.
fevens.

fevens.

65, 65, 65, 65.

87, 87.
87, 87, 47-

fevens.

65,65.
C.
L.

4 fevens.
86, 86, 88.
")

L.
J

78, 78, 88, 88.

*E. G. Monk, 1868

66, 66, 88.


S.

C.

4
4

fevens.

L.

....

Ob., 1827.
Op. 132.
*E. G. Monk, 1868
tGoudimel. Day's Pfalter, 1562
Battimill.
Ob. 1801
J. Barnby, 1868
E. J. Hopkins, 1863.
Tempi: Book

'

87, 87, 87.

fevens.

664, 66, 64.


j6, y6, j6, 76.

4
L.
L.
L.

87, 87, 87.

8 fevens.

66, 66, 64.


87, 87, 87.

6 eights.

5 tens.

L.

10,4, 10,4, 10, IO.


.

87, 87, 87.

77> 77, 37-

....

400

||Wurttemburg Gcfangbuch, 1864


IJDarmftadt Cantional, 1687
*G. J. Elvey, 1868
*G. A. Macfarren, 1867
Samuel Reay, 1862
*G. A. Macfarren, 1870
*A. H. Brown, 1868
|]Strattner, 1691
Samuel Reay, 1862
Dr. Gauntlett, 1848
F. Silcher, circa 1780
jjChope's Hymn and Tune Book
J. Lea Summers, 1862
*George A. Hardacre, 1867
*E. G. Monk, 1870
UKatholifches Gefangbuch, 1868
*G. A. Macfarren, 1870
t
*G. A. Macfarren, 1870 .
*E. G. Monk, 1870
*G. A. Macfarren, 1867
*Rev. Sir F. A. G. Oufelev, 1867
*Rev. R. Corbet Singleton, 1867
f tMelody of Chorale by Beethoven.
.

Song of Gratitude

Old 124th

IJLutheran.

Lord

Walking on the winged wind


Lord in mine agony

398
399

Columba

St.

38i

God

Bickleigh

382
383
384
385
386
387
388
389
39
39

laid

is

Metre.

#
H. D. Staniftreet, Mus. E., Oxon., 1 868
G. J. Elvey
Rev. Sir F. A. G. Oufeley, 1858
*Henry Smart, 1870.
*Henry Baker. Mus. B. Oxon, 1868.

Herr Jefu (Thrift


Montgomery, or St. Andrew's

365

XXXI.

Composer, or Source.

....
....
....
....
....
....
...
....
....

George's,

TUNES AND COMPOSERS.

William Henry Monk, 1863


*G. A. Macfarren, 1867
Ob. 1793
||Dr. Benjamin Cooke.
*E. G. Monk, 1870
J. Barnby, 1868
*Rev. J. B. Dykes, 1870
*E. G. Monk, 1867

S.

66, 84, 66, 84.

....
.

fixes.

S.

446, 446.
C.
10, 4,66, 66, 10

4-

INDEX OF NAMES OF TUNES.

Hymn.

TuNK.

Abbey

Ach Gott und Herr


Ach warm vverde

94

Tune.
Chefhire Chester Gate
Chichefter
Chrillus der ill

Hymn.
.

356
93
3i3
280

247

Adefte Fidcles

52

Adoro Te-

191

Coburg

3 11

37

82

Conditor Alme
Congleton

296
400
266
268

Allcin Gott in der Hoh


Alleluia dulce carmen -

mein Leben

Alle Menfchen mlifTen flerben


All Saints

42

Cooke

2 55

Croft's 148 th

Amplius Angels' Song


Arundel Audi Ifracl

35i

Criiger

Culbach

83

275
188
271

249

133

Dantzic
Darmftadt
Das alte Jahr
Das wait Gott Devonshire
Dir hab' ich mich ergeben
Dort

Ave maris

Axminfter

45

289
54

75

246
336

Babylon Streams
Battifhill

Bavaria

Ben Rhydding

Bethlehem
Bethlehem

Bedford

New

158
5

Culrofs

Dortmund

Drefden Dumfermline

Dunbar
Dundee

181
3 69

115
199

338
314
244
256

138
195
104

Bctulius

240

Bicklcigh

37 6

Bifhopthorpe

Durham

Braun

Briftol

278
33o
60

Bridgewatcr
Buckland -

297

Eatington

172

Egham

Buda

49

Burford

132

Burg
Epiphany Eppcndorf
Ermebridge
Ermuntre dich
Evening Hymn

169
321

41

Ewing

Exeter

34
294

Caithncfs -

Cannons

Canterbury

Carlifle

Ceylon

164
250
276
227
372

Eaflcr

Ein

Hymn

fcftc

284
65

144
358
134
310
81

JNDEX OF NAMES OF TUNES.

XXX111.

Tuni.
Ezekiel

YMN.

Tu NE.

I96

Luxemburg

Fairfield

l62

Mach's mit mil


Magdalen College

12

Filitz

Franche Compte
Franconia -

317

Frankfort Freuet euch


Freylinghaufen

Formofa

113
59

298
-

Germany

73
312

Gloucefter

232
323
229

Gopfal

163

Gibbons

Halle

Hanover

Heinlein
Hereford
Hereford

New

Herr Jefu Chrift


Howard's 148 th
In alien

meinen Thaten

367
267
92
357
2 39
365

H7

Ins Feld geh zale

335
349
109

Jam

160

Innocents

lucis -

Jefu Redemptor

Judea

Kent
KifTengen

6+
119

338
146

Mainz
Martyrdom
Mayenne Melbourne
Melcombe

Lamentation of a finner
Latrobe -

116

98
354

21

Montgomery

Moravia

Hymn

Narenza
Nayland

Newton

383

183

Nottingham

Nun

210
264
37
3 64

Nicaea

Norfolk

danket

Nuneham

Nun

fchlaf

mein kindelein

337

O Ewigkeit du Donnerwort
O Haupt voll Blut O Jefu Chrifte wahres Licht

174
128
316
28

Oldenburg
Old Martyrs

273

Olmiitz

*7S
130

ill

25th
50th

,
,

81ft

Luther's

Morning Hymr
Munich -

337

39
366
3

156

35 2

Ludlow

Lufatia

137
3

Lincoln

*S9
99
55
39

Hymn

291

380

_
_

277

7i

Lovehill
Liibeck

224
242

New

185

Lawes
Lea

London

Meribah
Midnight
Moccas

Old

Lambeth

Hymn257

ooth
104th
112th
113th
124th

132nd

137th
148th

d riel

43
225
331
2 59
260
327
306
393
122
33

205
290

INDEX OF NAMES OF TUNES.

XXXIV.

YMN.

T(JNE.

Panis Vivus

I89

Peterborough

398
318
88

Playford

Praetorius

Prefburg

Ratifbon

157

78

Tune.
Saint Michael

Ninian

Pancras
Paul
Peter

Peter's,

Raphael
Stephen
Theodulf

127

Saint Aelred

342
303
24
366
168

Salifbury

193

Sorlington

272
100
236
300
379
328
40

Southwell
Southwell

New

Spires

Andrew
Anne

Auftel

Bernard

Bride
Cecilia

Clement

Columba

394

Philip

Rockingham

Mancheller

H3

Anato'lius

Hymn
287
283
161

Rochefter

Alphege

Silcher

152

Streatham

Edmund

214

Stuttgart

385

Suabia

339
320

Tallis'

Ordinal

149
142

Tantum ergo
Ten Commandments

377
361
215

Thankfgiving
Theueriter lmmanucl
Trinity

333

Turnau Turk and Pope

George's Windfor
Giles
Hilary
Ityld

79
288
217
190
374
253
254
218
264
68

James
John
Laurence Leo
Leonard Luke
Luke New

Magnus

Mary's

Matthew

85

Matthias
Matthias

34
77

New

4
63

Strathpeffer

New

245
46
129

Stabat Mater
Straf mich nicht

George
George

126
48
378
103
96

Saulus urns Gefetz

Dionyfius

234
326
263

Sandringham

Crifpin
David's

Faith
Finbar
Francis
Fulbert

39 6
187

Saxony

Strattner

67
179
136

375
219
285
177
171

286
-

271
150
222
182
123

46

Ulm
Univcrfity College

309
258

Unfer Herrfchcr

178

Vcni Creator
Vienna -

'73
368

Vom Himmcl

hoch

301

Wachct auf
Waldcck -

302

Warcham

194

INDEX OF NAMES OF TUNES.


Hymn.
282
261

Tune.

Warum

folk'

Was Gott

kh mich

thut

Weimar Weimar New


Wells

....

Werde munter mein Gemiite


Weffex

Whitehall
Winchelter Old

13

Tune
Winchefler

New

Windfor Wolverhampton

180
226

York

105
I97

Zoan

184
252

Zoheleth
Zurich

XXXV.
Hymn.
165
IOI
*5S

80

74
36
140

INDEX OF INTERCHANGEABLE TUNES.

Long Measure.
2

46
127

Tune.

Double Common.
Hymn.

Tune.

with

226, 256

j>

294,318

Hymn.

Tune.

33
85

with

33

217

194

217

85

331

33

165

271
301

I8 5

244, 366

l6l

>>

27I

275
366

39+

>

272, 308
l6l
367

>>

160,365

169

Common.
40
60

288,337

65
68

300,358

93

122, 229
2 39

132
142
168

2 73

276
284
288
300
326
337
34
352
358

3
134
158
170
177
232
287
3i7

286

377

if

158, 287

317, 377

3> 287

*3

>y

*77> 232
170, 232

298
315

>y

170, 177

134, 377
*34> 3*7

30, 158

>>

142,252

93

6 Sevens.

101

68,273

4>337
65,358
340
288
326
276
65, 300

284,
40,
284,
60,

78

>

242

"59
222

74

>>

327

3 27

277

224

5>

335

335

>y

224

53
57

359
368
385

886, 886.

>

53,359

385
56
368

83,359

>y

323

222

yy

103

83> 2 53

76, 76, 76, 76.

74

268

66, 66, 44, 44.

87, 87.

59
178
285

378
i59>375

142, 168
68, 249

60, 352
326, 340

4
78

56
83
103

"74
242
277

13* 3i5
i3 2 9 8

28

6 Eights.

168,252

298, 315
>

4 Sevens.

225
162

93,229
1

55

5)

8 Sevens.

Double Short.
162
225

3 69

286

55

2 49> 2 73

132

with

87, 87, 47.

276, 352

101
122

229
239
249
252

290

Short Measure.

127

194
2IO

Hymn.
87, 87, 87.

i7, 285

59 285
59
?

205
281
321

>t
j>

321
321
281

TABLE OF HYMNS
FOR THE SUNDAYS AND CERTAIN OF THE FAST DAYS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.

When

the

may

reference

illuftrative

Sunday

Hymns

are unfuitable for Divine Service during the

be made to the Index of Subjects, which alfo

The prefent Table

of the 2nd Leflbns.

Advent, ift Sunday in


2nd

,>

3 fd

4 th

Circumcifion

Epiphany

....
....

yy

1 ft Sunday
2nd

6
27

Sunday
2nd
3 fd

4 th yy

5 tn
I ft

after

after

40 3

7S
76
3i5

310

3i

83
87
89
92
9i

294

352

54
316
66

37

9i

...

before Eafter

5i

356

bafed in part upon the

113
32

100
108
114

"7
119
120
121
122

52
58

3"
69

77
77
35o
281

342
329
344
84
95

following,

322

47

36

39

41

48
43
38
299

49
279
60

59
251
67

347
68

46
282
57

44 Pu
40
53
5S

56
260
288

250
65

37 6

73

79
328
305

74
3i7
324
268

3"
2

59
82

369
88
312

*7S

219
85

74
78
103

245
34
267
234
86
269
273
97

302
104

57

332
354

271

183
82

355

283
112

in

21

"5

116

33o

137
102

343
103

"7

345
118
112
132
277
136

357
348
114

"34
397
195

131

348
196

121
i35

11

254
298
335
98
94
210
IOI

119
120

290

349
323

96

97
107

25
16
81

35 6

105

245
56

81

no

133
109

101

258
262

80
261

93
99
352

396
92
98

348

76

255
89
397
397
95
106

90

Hymns,

New Le&ionary.
Evening.

45
88

42 44 Pu
3i8
326

333
322
118

3i

Sunday in

2nd

3 fd

4 th

Paffion Sunday
Palm

Tuefday

Wednesday
Thurfday

4
64

1 ft

Monday

33

32

....

AfhWednefday

Quinquagefima
Lent,

3i

,,

Sunday before Septuagefima


Septuagefima
Sexagefima

35
37

week

be confulted for

Morning.

Sunday.

Chriftmas

is

may

37
23

14

20
15

H
22

133

295
353

299

TA BLE O F HYMNS.

XXXV111.

Morning.

Sunday.

Good

Friday

Eafter

Even

Eafter

Day
Monday

124
.

Tuefday
lit Sunday
2nd

3 rd

4th

>

146

after

149
382

300

5th

Ascenfion Day

>

Sunday a fter
Whit Sunday
Monday
Tucfday
Trinity Sunday
ill Sunday after

2nd

3 rd

4 th

5 th
6th

7 th
8 th

9 th
ioth

1I[ h
,,
n
12th

13th

14th
I5th
1 6th
17th
1 8th
19th

20th

,,

,,

2lft

22nd

,,

,,

.,

>

23 rd
24th
25th
26lh
27th

,,

,,

10

90

127
140

H3
149
149
150
273
297
258
329
158
160
168
170

90
3i

178

28

345
269
103
325

26
28
29

284
I

12

283
275

9
10

234

94

173

3i

328
96
'34

128

323
I44
150
150
151

327

3H
2 7S

247
270
255

169

74

235
162
182

171

109
184
180
2 74

310
292
287
250
308
"75
323

261

94
295

35o
316
258
297
367
234
347
265
245

26
2

33
103

342
126

4'

290

102

265
339
246

175

4
30

153

173

127

27

265

165
162

105

10
6

141
151
151
152
251

256

310
212
87
170
382
87

H7

S9

90

7
2

125
139

161

95

10

129
265

175
335
164

33o

249
148
313
2 45
277

30

Evi KING.

181

276
327
303
285
216
336
271

269
304
356
34 6
246
107

270
253
337
343

400
404
310
271

*75

179

310
280
257
293
289
100
172
170

235
309

126
138
142
152
152
153
263
252
272

274
166
163

177
172
261
185
311

252
278
282
301

392
369
291
118

351
167

306
320
282

324

34i

325
286

329
263

370
84
323

289
290
280

172

100
288

329
247
35i
168

3ii

337

325
118

349
176
244
32S

264

304

35

43

312

2 43

261

I23

130

124

16

H5

148

296
154
154

296
18
12

244
253
220
264
167
271
176

21

167

90

247
3*9

183

334
354
266
404
286
262
37
217

2 55

24
17
l
9
21

248
15
13

95
307

33i

321

20

337
338
344
260

13
12

244
259
264
266
267
285
355
179
183
306

333
35

23

17
15

4
21

24
23

265
17
1

19
18

127
181

40

AWAKE, MY SOUL, AND WITH THE SUN.


No.

ifttormng.

f Awake, my
Thy

foul,

/All

and with the fun

daily ftage of duty run

Who

Thee,

praife to

And

haft refrefhed

me

fafe haft kept,

whilft I ilept!

Shake off dull floth, and joyful


To pay thy morning facrifice.

Lord, when
wake

Grant,

rife

may of endlefs

from death

light partake

fhali

II.

V.

m/Thy

precious time mis-fpent redeem


Each prefent day thy laft efteem ;

my vows to Thee renew


my fins as morning dew
Guard my flrft fprings of thought and will,
And with Thyfelf my fpirit

P Lord, I
Difperfe

Improve thy talent with due care


For the great Day thyfelf prepare.

fill.

III.

In converfation be fincere

VI.
;

Keep confcience as the noon-day clear


Think how all-feeing God thy ways,

And

all

Direct, control, fuggeft, this day


All I defign, or do, or fay ;

That

thy fecret thoughts furveys.

In

all

Thy

my
fole

powers, with all their might,


glory may unite.

VII.

/Praife God, from

Whom

all

bleftings flow;

Praife

Him,

Praife

Him

Praife

Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.

all

creatures here below

above, ye heavenly hoft

OH TIMELY HAPPY, TIMELY

WISE.

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w/Oh

timely happy, timely wife,


Hearts that with rifing morn arife

New

mercies each returning day,


us while we pray ;

Hover around

New perils paft, new fins forgiven,


New thoughts of God, new hopes of Heaven.

beam celeftial view,


Which evermore makes all things new

Eyes

that the

IV.

II.

New

every morning

is

If on our daily courfe our

the love

mind

Be fet to hallow all we find,


Our wakening and uprifing prove,
Through fleep and darknefs fafely brought, New treafures ftill, of countlefs
Reftored to

life,

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God

and power, and thought.

will

provide for

V.

p Only,

Lord,

in

Thy

dear love,

Fit us for perfect reft above

And help us, this and every day,


To live more nearly as we pray

facrifice.

price,

O SPLENDOR OF THE FATHER'S MIGHT.


Splendor Paterna gloria.

No.

iHftormiig

*2

3.

^t Jf^lfJB

IV.

I.

/O

splendor of the Father's might,


called forth the light from Light
Eternal Fount of every ray

Vouchfafe us ftrength to act aright


Confound the Tempter's jealous fpite
O fanctify each bleeding woe,

Day-ftar that giveft light to day

And

Who

grace to perfevere beftow.

II.

True Sun of Righteoufnefs,

arife

mf Our

fouls direct, that they

may

reign

In holy bodies, free from ftain


May Faith a living flame appear,
From bane of falfehood ever clear.

Shine in us, Radiance from the Ikies


Infufe the Holy Spirit's beam,
On every fenfe to fried a gleam.

VI.

III.

p Almighty Father, throned above

Thou Father of eternal love


Great God of grace, O help our prayers,
And banifh fin with all its fnares.
!

cres.

So pafs in fober joy the day,


Sweet Modefty the dawning ray

/May
The

Faith meridian brightnefs (how,


foul a twilight never know
!

WHOSE GLORY

CHRIST,

THE

FILLS

SKIES.
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the ikies,

Joylefs

is

the day's return,

Thy

Till

mercy's beams

my

Glad

heart appear!

eyes,

and

III.

w/Vifit then this foul of mine,


Pierce the gloom of fin and grief!
cres. Fill

me, Radiancy divine:

Scatter

all

I fee

Till they inward light impart,

in

J^

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Christ, the true, the only Light,


Sun of Righteoufnefs, arife,
Triumph o'er the mades of night
Day-fpring from on high, be near
Day-ftar,

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my

unbelief!

More and more Thyfelf

difplay,

Shining to the perfect day

warm my

heart.

THE MORNING LIGHT HATH SHED

ITS BEAMS.
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And paved its way in living ftreams
meet the ray
Rife, Chriftian
#7/~And while it pours its golden fire,
Oh, let it golden thoughts infpire
Up, Chriftian, hail the day

SS

cres.

^ H

Shake off the lingering mould of night


Put on the armour of the light

Renounce a languid eafe


w/*Apparel thee in holy drefs,

To warm

f Thy
To

/ Full

humbly Christ adore

and

thy leading

light thee

from

weary head,

pray a Saviour's richeft love


May drop in radiance from above,
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afar,

brightnefs evermore.
a fpot

of bane,

thy confcience, warn the ftain


In Christ's all-precious blood ;

foil

ftrengthened by His cordial Grace,


foul's diurnal race,
Suftained by faintly food.

Then when the day draws near the


And tells thee of approaching reft,

ftar,

EiTay thy

garb of Jesu's Righteoufnefs


p Then fall upon thy knees.

eafe thy

r-

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Quick

cres.

trt/YoT Satan comes in light's array,


To haunt us left we kneel and pray

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AND

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Nor twilight plagues, nor midnight


Nor mortal, nor immortal foes,

mine eye, look up, and view


the daylight mines on me;
And as the morning doth renew,
Mark how renewed God's mercies be.
forth,

How bright

Had power
But

fafe

fears,

to take us in their fnares,

we

flept,

and

safe arofe.

IV.

II.

Behold the fplendors of the day


Difperfe the fhadows of the night

and hand, and voice, accord


Let
This day to magnify Thy name;
heart,

let us every day, O Lord


Continue to perform the fame.

And

they, who late in darknefs lay,


Have now the comforts of the light.

And

V.

p So when

that morning doth appear,


In which Thou malt all flefh deftroy,
mail not be awaked with fear,

We
cres.

But

rife

and meet

Thy Son

with joy.

AS

MOUNTS ON HIGH THE ORB OF DAY.


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May finful folly ne'er allure


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pray,
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By temperance be

fulfil.

inflamed,

gently tamed

IV.

II.

p The tongue of licenfe may He curb,


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Left it mould drink of vain delight.

mf That when the daylight difappears,


And night again her made uprears,
Our

/To God

the

Father

To God

the

Son

With Both

From

the

fouls preferved

To God mav

lift

give the praife,

the fame upraife

Comforter

adore,

age to age, for evermore.

from worldly

ftain,

the thankful ftrain.

O GOD OF MORNING, AT WHOSE VOICE


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The

cheerful fun

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makes

hafte to rife,

through the

fkies

To

follow every wandering

Th' appointed

:s

ftar.

V.
are clean and pure,
Enlight'ning our beclouded eyes ;
Thy threat'nings just, Thy promife fure ;
Thy Gofpel makes the fimple wise.

the Eaft

begins

VI.

III.

may

t=t

mf Lord, Thy commands

Without or wearinefs or reft,


Around the earth he flics and mines

like the fun

3ic

II.

zi 1

mall rove, and lofe the race,


If God, my Sun, mail difappear,
And leave me in this world's wild maze,

p But

voice

rejoice

From faireft chambers of


The circuit of his race

mf Oh

IV.

of morning, at

And like a giant doth


To run his journey

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duties of the day

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All
!

my

Are

me for my guide,
receive me to Thy blifs

give

and hopes befide


and cold compared with

defires
faint

this.

MY

COME,

SOUL,

THOU MUST

Seek, du mufft munter werden.

ifBtormng.

mf Come, my

thou mull be waking!


breaking
O'er the earth another day
foul,

Now

is

to

Him,

Who

made

this fplendor,

He thy ways
He unfoldeth

p Think

mf Every

fault that lurks

And

difcover,

difcern each deed of

hail the light returning

Ready burning
Be the incenfe of thy powers
p For the night is fafely ended

God
With His

mf Fettered

When
/"But that

All our powers,

cres.Time,

my

To

When

profper ever
Each endeavor,

p May'fl thou then, on

good and true

He may ever thwart


And convert thee,
thou

veering,

the gulf of death a prey.

VI.

He may

is

borne away :
thy fhip is fleering,

brief, are

foul,

Onward

hath tended

care thy helplefs hours.

thine aim

to the fleeting hours,

Vain and

III.

/#/"Pray that

fin.

V.

II.

f Gladly

within

of fhame glofsed over

ftain

Can

See thou render


All thy feeble flrength can pay.

beholdeth,

that

Every

yCome

BE WAKING.

thee,

evil would'ft purfue.

cres.

life's lafl

morrow,

Free from forrow,


Pafs away in flumber fweet
And releafed from death's dark fadnefs,
Rife in gladnefs,

/"That

far brighter

Sun

to greet

MY

RISE,

SOUL,

ADORE THY MAKER.

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IT.

p Father, Lord of every

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III.

mf Never

caft

me from Thy

Till

my

mf Thou

Presence

the night waft

With me

foul

my

flay

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Shall be full

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God Almighty,
me

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blefsed Effence.

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/ Holy, holy, holy Giver

Of all

good,

Life and food,

ff Reign, adored for ever

my

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For all the bleflings of the light,
Keep me, O keep me, King of Kings,
Beneath Thine Own Almighty wings.

may my

And may

Sleep, that

To

ferve

foul

on Thee repofe,

my God when

vig'rous

make

awake

When

My

in the night I fleeplefs lie,

foul with heavenly thoughts fupply

Let no ill dreams difturb my reft,


No powers of darknefs me moleft
VI.

to live, that I

my

may

dread

bed

/Praife God, from Whom


Praife

Him,

all

all

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body may

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Him

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V.

p Forgive me, Lord, for Thy dear Son,


The ill that I this day have done
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little as

fweet fleep mine eyelids clofe

II.

grave as

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Holy Ghost!

SUN OF MY SOUL, THOU SAVIOUR DEAR


Sbening.

mf Sun
It

of

my

foul,

Thou Saviour

dear,

not night if Thou be near


may no earth-born cloud arife

is

To

hide

Thee from Thy

p If fome poor wandering child of Thine


Have fpurned to-day the voice divine,

Now, Lord,

fervant's eyes.

dews of kindly

the foft

fleep,

My

wearied eyelids gently fteep,


Be my laft thought how fweet to
For ever on my Saviour's breaft.

reft

Watch by the

bide with

me from morn

For without Thee

Like

work begin
in fin.

fick

enrich the poor

infant's {lumbers,

boundlefs ftore;
to-night,

pure and

light.

VI.
till

eve,

cannot live
A bide with me when night is nigh,
For without Thee I dare not die.
I

down

With bleflings from Thy


Be every mourner's fleep

III.

mf

lie

V.

II.

When

the gracious

Let him no more

/Come

when we wake,
Ere through the world our way we take.
near and blefs us

Till in the ocean of

We

lofe ourfelves in

Thy

love

heaven above.

NOW THE

SHINING DAY

IS

PAST

JEbentng

wicked fiends from hence,


That they do me no defpite,

mf Chafe

Are with fhadows

Thee,

Lord, I pay
For the bleiTings of this day
Afking grace for every fin,
Whereby erred I have therein.
to

all

By deluding of the fenfe


Through the darknefs of

overcaft
the mantle of the night

Thanks

But,

Lord, from

Though

Sun hath

Nor

in darknefs let

the night

my foes

me inclofe,
And protect me in my fleep,
When myfelf I cannot keep.
IV.

now,
And withholds his light from me
Lord, from hence depart not Thou,
the

all

Let Thine angels

II.

p.

III.

I.

////'Now the fhining day is part,


And the beauties of the light

By

left

me

us

And

and

fleep are faid

Some refemblances

In

be

But the rays of Grace divine


Cause Thou round me ftill to mine,
And with mercy overfpread
Both my perfon and my bed.

fince death

cres.

my

bed ere

am

to have,

laid

So prepare me for my grave,


That with comfort wake I may,
To enjoy the following day
Or if death clofe up mine eyes,
Reft in hope till all fhall rife.

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What but Thy Grace can foil the Tempter's power?

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like

f Through

Thyfelf my guide and ftay can be ?


abide with me.
cloud and funfhine (p)

IV.

to its clofe

with Thee at hand to blefs


Ills have no weight, and tears no bitternefs
Where is Death's fling? where, Grave, thy victory?
I triumph flill, (p) if Thou abide with me.

fI

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fear

no

foe,

V.
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Shine through the gloom, and point me to the fkies
cres. Heaven's morning breaks, and earth's vain fhadows
/In life and death, (p) O Lord, abide with me

pp Hold

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ebbs out life's little day


Earth's joys grow dim, its glories pafs away
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When death's dark hour draws near,

found.

No change of fecne his peace can


/At evening time fliall be light.

IV.

path furround ;
dark without, within
is

good at times that pilgrim faints


For but a moment's fpace,
Should feel that God, in wrath at fin,
Can hide His fmiling face.
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drops the fight


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II.

fpeeds the filver

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The peace of holy dreams;
That thoughts fnow-white
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No longer dark beneath Thy

fcreened from danger, fafe from harm,


live

Thine

As

By day and
light.

fighs

And

Oh

Reveal

our

laft

departing breath,

friends in forrow weep,

To

view Thee robed

night,

to us in radiant light.

grant us, Lord, a tranquil death,


Like this, a reftful fleep ;
cres.
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Raife us all bright,

ff

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Lord, what mail

render

Vifit

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Still the fame,
Gracious, good, and tender

me

with

Thy

Let

Thy

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all

my

habitation.

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goings

Thy way
Hear me pray,

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my

VI.

haft ordered

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falvation

be near,

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III.

Thou

V.

II.

mfO my

me

not, but ever love

Let Thy peace


Be my blifs,
Till Thou hence remove me.

This day fhewed

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doings.

with

I fleep,

all

Thy

VII.

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cres.

Let

me

rife

With the wife,


/Counted in their number.

power.

my lower,

SAVIOUR, BREATHE

AN EVENING

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Sin and want

Thou

we come

canft fave,

blefTing,

the night be dark and dreary,

Darknefs cannot hide from Thee

conferring

and Thou

mf Though

He, Who, never weary,


Watched where Thy people be.

Thou

canft

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heal.

IV.
II.

p Should

p Though destruction walk around


Though the arrow paft us fly,
cres.

us,

Angel-guards from Thee furround us

/We

are fafe if

Thou

art nigh.

fwift death this night o'ertake


us,

And
;

cres.

May

our couch become our tomb,

the

Clad

morn

in light

in

heaven awake

us,

and deathlefs bloom!

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Heavenly Father, p Keep me, through this night of peril,


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to fleep:
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Take me to Thy reft, I pray Thee,
Round my bed their vigil keep.
When my pilgrimage is made.
Ere

prayer,

lay

me down

IV.

II.

cres.

Heavy though my

fins,

Thy mercy

Far outweighs them every one


Down before Thy Crofs I caft them,
Trufting in Thy help alone.
;

m[/"None

mail meafure out

Thy

patience

By the fpace of human thought


None mail bound the tender mercies,
Which Thy Holy Son hath bought.

Pardon all my paft tranfgreflions


Give me ftrength for days to come
Guide and guard me with Thy blefting,
pp Till Thine angels bid me home.
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And guard my heart from thoughts imDifpels the floth and clouds of night.

God, when

pure

p Lord, left the Tempter me furprife,


Watch over Thine Own facrifice

II.

may I always ready ftand,


With my lamp burning in my hand
crer.

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Whene'er I

of Heav'n rejoice,
hear the Bridegroom's voice

I in fight

All loofe,

thoughts caft out,


very dreams devout

all idle

And make my

VI.
III.

Bleft Jesu,

Whole
But

And

I,

/Praife God, from

Thou, on Heav'n

intent,

nights haft in devotion fpent


frail

all

my

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is

am

tired,

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flow

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all

bleflings

Praife

Him,

Praife

Him

Praife

Father, Son, and Holy Ghost

all creatures here below


above, ye heavenly hoft

;
!

AS

NOW THE

DEPARTING RAYS,

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At fall of night defcend,
So quick
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rays

declines the day of

hafting to

its

life,

end.

II.

cres.

Lord,

ftretching out

Thine arms

Thou on

to us,

the Crofs didft lie


Grant us that blefled Crofs to love,
p
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III.

mf To God the Father give the praifc


With Christ His only Son
;

To God

the Spirit give the fame,

While countlefs ages run.

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pray Thee, that offencelefs
The hours of dark may be

mf The

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p

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Jesu, keep us in Thy fight,


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toils

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p
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raife

afk that free

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The

mf Be Thou our fouls' Preferver,


O God for Thou doft know,

joys of day are over


lift our hearts to Thee,
:

call

on Thee that

How

finlefs

The hours of gloom may be


Jesu, make our darknefs light,
And fave us through the coming night
p

P
ires.

Jesu, keep us in
And guard us through the coming night
IV.

We
And

peril

may be
Thy fight,

II.
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from

hours of fear

many are the perils,


Through which we have

p Lover of men,
!

cre$.

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hear our

to

go

call,

guard and fave us from them

all

THE RADIANT MORN HATH PASSED AWAY.


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p Sweet fongs of

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foretafte

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pp Of reft

in

heaven.

TO THY TEMPLE

REPAIR.

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mf To Thy
Lord,

temple

love to

wormip

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repair

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of Love, to mine attend
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there;

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within the veil, I meet


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cres.

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through Him, become Thy child
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I,

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courts to feek

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houfe

when

return,

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ON EACH RETURN OF HOLY

No.

bleft,

my

happy portion be
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/ In Thee, my God ; in Thee!

p When, humbly kneeling at Thy Throne,


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cres. In Thee, my God, in Thee

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mf Thofe precious hours

would improve mf When

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To

And

earth's polluting pleafures free,

find

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In Thee,

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1.

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The day my heavenly Father
let

REST.

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my God,

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with heavenly joy be

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thefe rejoicing eyes

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fin.

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primal day, the fpring of Time,


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The Sire Almighty, Source of all,

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death defeating, from the grave


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facrifice of burning love.

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every heart profufely flow,

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High praife to our life-giving King.

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gift

ftill

more

divine,

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breaft to feek

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Sovereign of my heart, to Thee,


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long-expected day, begin


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DAY OF GOD, MOST CALM, MOST BRIGHT.

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the faint's delight,

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f Saviour's face did make

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Thy

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prove
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But what a Sabbath fhall I keep,
When I mail reft above

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Who

Saviour walks

this day.

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my

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foul

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the Lamb, with


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cleanfe and fave:


Let us kneel with tears of forrow,
His forgiving love to crave.

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foul make off her torpor,


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of Love, on Calvary,

meek and

fuffcring ftranger,

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In Nature's hour of danger
For us He bore the weight of woe,
For us He gave His Blood to flow,
And met His Father's anger.

on earth below,
Outftrctchcd in fear and wonder:
Beneath His feet was pitchy night,
And at His left hand, and His right,
The rocks were rent in fundcr.
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On clouds of glory fcatcd


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all,

call.

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Great Judge of that tremendous Day
With weapons of Thy heav'nly grace

Left Earth, betrayed by wiles of Hell,

Should

perifh,

Thou

haft

broke the

fpell

And, fired by love, unfailing, fure,


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Defend us from the foeman's

that

common

face.

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honour, majefty, and praife,

To God the Father high we raife


With God the Spirit laud the Son,
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Jesus, King of kings fliall reign

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dear tokens of His Paflion


Still His dazzling Body bears,
Caufc of cndlefs exultation
To His ranfomed worfhippers
With what rapture

Gaze we on

Robed
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fliall

now

behold Him,

in dreadful majefly

who

fct at

nought and fold Him,

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meet

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IV.

And greet th' Archangel's warning,


To meet the Saviour in the fkies
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gloomy

trembling ftand before the Throne,


All unprepared to meet Him.

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find their tears

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And with the treafures of His grace
And every voice a fong
T' enrich the humble poor.

The Saviour, promifed

IV.

II.

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comes, the prifoners to

/Our

releafe,

In Satan's bondage held


The gates of brafs before Him burn ,
:

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iron fetters yield.

glad Hofannas,

Prince of Peace,

Thy welcome mall proclaim,


And HeavVs eternal arches ring
With Thy beloved Name.

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feet of Satan thrown
fnatch them from the pit of Hell,
And break the Tempter's darkefl fpell
Rejoice! rejoice! Emmanuel
Is

born for thee,

IV.

Beneath the

Morning

bring us comfort from afar


Difperfe the gloomy clouds of night,
And put the dreadful fhades to flight.
Rejoice! rejoice! Emmanuel

II.

mf Come, Rod

bright and

P In exile Ifrael doth mourn,


Of Thee, the Son of God, forlorn.
Rejoice! rejoice!

32EC

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III.

I.

Celeflial paths of fafety

And

Is

Didft give the univerfe

'Mid
ff

glory, majefty,

Rejoice
Is

rejoice

born for thee,

Thy

and awe

law,
!

Emmanuel

Ifrael

rejoice

born for thee,

come, great Lord of might


once, from Sinai's flaming height,

come,

Who

clofe each road to

Rejoice

V.

Ifrael

mow,

Hell below.

Emmanuel

Ifrael

Star

HE COMES! LET ALL ADORE HIM!

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I.

tnf Lo! He comes! Let all adore Him!


'Tis the God of grace and truth!
Go prepare the way before Him
!

Where

the rugged places fmooth


comes, the mighty Lord
Great His work, and His reward.

Lo

He

the thorn and briar flourifhed,

Trees fhall there be feen to grow,


Planted by the Lord, and nourifhed,

Make

Stately, fair,

They
They

fhall

Down

the

fhall rife

the valleys

IV.

be raifed
Go, and make the crooked ftraight
Let the mountains be abafed ;
Let all Nature change its Hate ;
Through the defert mark a road;
Make a highway for our God.
all

and fruitful too


on every fide;

fpread their branches wide.

JL

mf Let

^p^

Rivers

hills,

fhall

and

lofty mountains,

be feen to flow

There the Lord will open fountains,


Thence fupply the plains below:
As He paffes, every land
Shall confefs His powerful hand.

"OZ3"

"

THOU JUDGE OF QUICK AND DEAD.


No. 43

Eirbeitf, or General,

III.

p Thou Judge of quick and dead,


Before Whofe bar fevere,
holy joy, or guilty dread,
all mall foon appear;

With

We

fouls do Thou prepare


For that tremendous day,
fill us now with watchful
And ftir us up to pray

Our

And

To damp

our earthly joys,


T' increafe our holy fears,
For ever let th' Archangel's voice
Be founding in our ears
The folemn midnight cry:

f
care,

II.

To

pray, and wait the hour,

That awful hour unknown,

When, robed in majefty and pow'r,


Thou fhalt from heaven come down,
Th' immortal Son of Man,
To judge the human race,
With all Thy Father's dazzling train,
With all Thy glorious grace.

" Ye dead, the Judge is come


meet Him in the fky,
And meet your inflant doom

Arife, and

IV.
be found
Obedient to Thy word,

Oh may we
!

all

Attentive to the trumpet's found,


And looking for our Lord
!

cres.

Oh may we
!

lot

thus infure

among

the bleft,

And watch a moment, to


An everlafting reft!

fecure

DAY OF WRATH! THAT AWFUL DAY.


Dies

Dies

ires !

ilia !

No. 44.

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Day

of wrath

Earth

in afhes

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doomed

Day,

to lay

of

all

mf.

to take

When

before the throne.

Death and Nature ftand aghaft,


While Creation, through the vaft,

Wakes

to anfwer for the paft.

tog,

the Judge His feat hath ta'en,

Naught

amazing tone
Through the tombs of ages flown,
all

SS:

s==^=

Burfts to light what hid hath lain,

forfake,

Thrills the trump's

Calling

53:

Then the Record fhall be fpread,


Whence the ftern arraign is read,
Sealing doom to quick and dead.

fhall

unavenged remain.
IV.

II.

-<s>

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Judge mail Heav'n

Strict account

if z
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Seers foretold the dread difplay


the world with fear fhall make,

the

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How

When

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that awful

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Wretch, what plea then

What

When

fhall I

name

defender dare to claim,


the juft fcarce 'fcape the flame

cres.K'mg of awful majefty,

Bringing refcue full and free,


Fount of pity refcue me.

;!

;;

VII.

fp

Think, good Jesu, think,

p Thou from crime

pray,

Thy way

Thou for me
Let me not be loft that day.
Weary cam'ft Thou me to gain
Sav'dft me through the Crofs of pain
Such Thy toil be not in vain.
didft tread

ovj.E'en to

Part II.
VI.
Righteous Judge, when vengeance
Grant forgivenefs from the fkies,
Ere the Reck'ning Day arife.
aYJ.Groaning I lament my fin
Blufh my cheeks at guilt within
dim.Nlzy my prayer Thy mercy win

me

gav'ft

Mary

hope to

Though my prayers
Lord, to me in pity

didft

clear

Lenteft to a thief Thine ear

Left in deathlefs

cheer.

can nothing earn,


turn,

fire I

burn.

VIII.

p Grant me with Thy

cries
,

mf Severed from
p

Safely fet

w/When
p

on

fheep to ftand,

the finful band,

Thy

right hand.

dumb with fhame,


Sentenced are to piercing flame,
With the bleft
call my name.
the curfed,

IX.
cres.Low in prayer my knees are bent
dim.Crufhed to duft, my heart is rent

Be

my

ftay

when

life is

fpent.

cresJThat fhall be a day of tears,


When the guilty one appears,
Rii'n from afhes, pale with fears.

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As he meets
p
pp

his

Judge

Spare him, Jesu ever

Grant to

all

diftreft ;

bleft

eternal reft

ZION,

AT THY SHINING

GATES.
No. 45.

SKibent.

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IV.

/Zion, at thy Alining gates,


Lo the King of Glory waits
Hafte thy Monarch's pomp to

Give us grace Thy yoke to wear


Give us itrength Thy Crofs to bear;
Make us Thine in deed and word,
Thine in heart and life, O Lord.
;

Strew thy palms before His

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greet,

feet

V.

II.

Christ, for Thee their triple light,


Faith, and Hope, and Love unite
This the beacon we difplay,
To proclaim Thine Advent Day.

Kill in us the carnal root,

the Spirit may bear fruit


Plant in us Thy lowly mind ;
Keep us faithful, loving, kind.

That

VI.

III.

p Come, and give us peace within


Loofe us from the bands of fin
Take away the galling weight,
Laid on us by Satan's hate.

when Thou malt come again,


Judge of angels and of men,

So,

We, with all Thy faints, fhall fing


Hallelujahs to our King.

BEHOLD! THE BAPTIST'S WARNING SOUNDS.


Jordanis oras previa.

-vt

IV.

I.

Behold

z:

Thou, Jesu, Thou our fafety art,


The ftrength and balm of every heart

the Baptift's warning founds

through the Jordan's winding


bounds
As rings his herald voice on high,
Let liftlefs {lumber quickly fly

Thrill

As

grafs that fades, our mortal race

Lies pining for

Thy

abfent Face.

V.
II.

The

'"

heaven, the ocean, and the earth,

F Stwtchfcrtfc

Lift

up

the fall'n

For God approaching fmooth the way

Him

Meet home

for fuch a

Thy

Face reveal

VI.

cleanfe your hearts, to fin a prey

Prepare for

Earth's beauty, that in duft hath Jain,


Revive, and bid it bloom again.

III.

Then

the fick to

heal

Their great Creator's coming birth


See rifing on their longing sight,
And greet it with fupreme delight.

tnf

Thy Hand

a place of reft,

worthy Gueft.

To Him,
To

Who comes the world to free,

Son, and Father, honour be


Thee, gracious Spirit, we adore,
From age to age, for evermore.

DAY OF JUDGMENT! DAY OF WONDERS!


No.

aabent.

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Day

of Judgment Day of wonders


Hark the trumpet's awful found,
Louder than a thoufand thunders,
Shakes the vaft creation round
!

How

Will the

the

call

the dead awaken,

life

from earth and

fea

fummons

finner's heart

His

Carelefs flnner,

What

confound

will then

become of thee

IV.

IL

mf

1-

All the pow'rs of Nature, fhaken


By His looks, prepare to flee

/At

Rife to

cres.

III.

I.

/?

C2_

But to thofe, who have confefled,


See the Judge, our nature wearing,
Loved and ferved the Lord below,
divine
majefty
Clothed in
a Come near, ye blefled,
will fay,
cres.
He
appearing,
His
for
who
long
You,
See the kingdom I beftow
Then mall fay," This God is mine!"
You, for ever,
Gracious Saviour,
/
Shall
love and glory know."
Thine.
for
day
that
in
me
Own
I

My

V.

mf Under forrows and

May

reproaches,

thought our courage raife


Swiftly God's Great Day approaches
Sighs mail then be turned to praife
We mall triumph
/
When the world is in a blaze
this

;
:

THE LORD WILL COME! THE EARTH SHALL


QUAKE.

No

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III.

I.
^>

The Lord

will

come

the earth mall

The Lord

The
And,

hills their

With wreath of

fixed feat forfake

withering,

from the vault of

ftars

withdraw

The Lord

will

filent

Lamb

The bruifed,

dreadful

flame, and robe of

IV.

come

fame
As once in lowly form

On cherub wings, and wings of wind,


Anointed Judge of human kind

their feeble light.

II.

cres.

come

florm,

night

The

will

Form,

quake,

this be He,
wont to ftray
pilgrim on the world's highway
By power opprefTed, and mocked by
pride ?

He

came,

to flaughter led,

Oh God

the fufTering, and the dead.

Who

p Can

but not the

is

V.
Go, tyrants to the rocks complain
Go, feek the mountains cleft in vain
But Faith, victorious o'er the tomb,
" The Lord
Shall fing for joy
come "
!

this the Crucified

is

O SAVIOUR
&ibnTf,

IS

THY PROMISE FLED

No. 49.

or General.

IV.

I.

Saviour

Thy

Yet, 'mid the wild and wintry gale,


When death rides darkly o'er the fea,
And ftrength and earthly daring fail,

promife fled ?
grace endure
To heal the Tick, and raife the dead,
And preach the Gofpel to the poor ?

Nor

is

longer might

Thy

Our

prayers,

Redeemer,

on

reft

Thee.
II.

mf Come

With

Jesus, come

return again ;
fervants

mf Come Jesus, come and as of yore


The Prophet went to clear Thy way,
A harbinger Thy feet before,
A dawning to Thy brighter day

beam Thy

brighter

Who

long to

Thy

feel

And (hare Thy

blefs,

perfect reign,

kingdom's happinefs.

VI.

III.

feeble race,

by paflion driven,

cres.

In darknefs and in doubt we roam,


cres. And lift our anxious eyes to heaven,
Our hope, our harbour, and our

home.

So now may grace, with heavenly mower,

Our ftony hearts for truth prepare


Sow in our minds the feed of power,
Then come, and reap Thy harvefl
;

there

THAT FERVENT

LORD, GIVE US OF
St

LOVE.

No

Jtyoma*.
'

II

To

that he

trace

Then,

Thee

That Thou
c Save

no pathway knew,
to

Thy

forely haunted by the view,


found the tidings, glad and true,

When
c<

Thofe wounds,

The

Reft.

wert

nailed,

and pierced,

cres.

To

and dead,

Upon

Thou

the cursed tree that fpread

arms to paling light,


Still loving Thee, he fadly wept
Thofe bleeding fears the fleel had
Deep graven on his fight.

<c

Its

faft

and

fee

Thy Side, Thine Hands


breaks out

draw
bleft are

they

who never

Yet never knew

Who

didft defcry the fpot,

!"

Thee, Thomas, fight to Faith doth

Where he was marred by carnal blot,


Though loving to the laft
O grant, by Faith we may be flayed,
foft

cries,

IV.
him, as mute he ftands,

V.

His

he

printed on mine eyes r

My Lord! my God

More

left,

p Good Lord ;

cres.

feel,"

tidings found in vain."

calleft

feel

cc

art raifed again

can fee and

II.

p When Thou

mf Lord, give us of that fervent love,


That warm effufion from above,
Which filled Thy fervant's breafl,
When hearing Thou mult quit his view,
mourned

-I

'

He

::

rebuke our faving aid,


our anchor caft.

On Truth

a doubt."

faw,

HARK! THE HERALD ANGELS


GTfjrtstmas.

SING.
No. 51

r>
,

ff Hark

he

the

an

raid

gels

fing

Glo

ry

the

to

I.

/"Hark!

/Hail

the herald angels fing


to the

God and Tinners reconciled


p Joyful, all ye nations, rife,
Join the triumph of the fkies;
cres. Univerfal Nature fay,
Christ the Lord is born to-day.

p Mild He lays His glory by,


Born that man no more may die,
cres. Born to raife the fons of earth,
Born to give them fecond birth.
IV.

II.

/"Christ, by highefl Heaven adored;


Christ, the cverlafling Lord;
Late in time behold Him come,
Offfpring of a Virgin's

p Veiled
Hail,
cres.

in flefh the
th'

born

the heavenly Prince of Peace!


Hail! the Sun of Righteousness
Light and life to all He brings,
Rif n with healing in His wings.

new-born King!
Peace on earth, and mercy mild,

Glory

new

III.

Godhead

Man

Jesus our

Immanuel

Rife, the

womb!

incarnate Deity

Pleafed as

mfComc, Desire of Nations, come,


Fix us in Thy humble home!

fee

Now

difplay

Seed,
!

Thy faving Power,


now reflore

Ruined nature

with men t'appear,


here

Woman's conqu'ring

Bruife in us the Serpent's head

cres.

Now

in

Thine

my flic

to ours,

union join
and ours to Thine

KhYg!

DRAW NEAR, ALL YE FAITHFUL


Adefte Fideles.

(5f)tistmas.

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No. 52
1

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^3

w^a^^^y
OS>

mfD&Avt

near,

all

ye faithful, joyful and triumphant,

hafte ye,

halte ye,

now

to

Bethlehem

See there the Infant, born the King of Angels !


p O come let us adore Him, O come let us adore Him,
cres. O come let us adore Him, the Christ, the Lord
!

II.

God

tnfBor He,

of God, He, Light of Light eternal,

Hath not in His love abhorred the Virgin's womb


Hail Him, true God, begotten, not created
S

come, &c.
III.

yNow

fing loud

Now
Glory

Hofannas,

all

ye choirs of Angels
Heav'n above

fing all ye blifsful sons of

to

God

be given in the highefl


come, &c.

IV.

/*To Thee,

Be glory afcribed by

Word

happy morning,
on earth below!

blefled Jesu, born this

of the Father,

all

now

come, &c.

for

man

Incarnate

MY HEART WITH JOY

ALL

1J

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mem

Frohlich\foll,

CljriStmas.

SPRINGING.

Herujpringen.

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1

IS

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No. 53

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1.

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II

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in M

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/All my

heart with joy

is

fpringing,

While in air
Everywhere
Angel choirs arc Tinging.
Hark I hear the joyful ditty
!

" Christ," they fay,

"Came
Born

in

to-day,

David's city !"

p Christ, our Lamb, fo meek and loving,


Dries our tears,
Calms our fears,
All our fins removing ;
Christ, our Lamb, Who fufFcrs for us,
He can quell
Death and Hell,
And to peace rcftorc us.

II.

ftj

To

this

lower world dcfccndcth


From above

fl7/*Hark

All our forrows endcth.


breath and being gave
Quits the (kics,
Lives and dies,
In our flefh to favc us.

Who

IV.
from yon dark manger lowly
Breezes foft
Seem to waft

He, Whofe love

He,

us,

cres.

Gentle words and holy:


"Sigh no more! away with fadnefs

Ye arc dear
I am here

^'Bringing hope and gladncfs!"

* Lines 4 and 8 are repeated pp by the three under voices.

"
1

MERCY TRIUMPHS, CHRIST

IS

BORN.
No.

Ijvtstmass.

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54.

at

WiHH
IV.

I.

/Mercy

triumphs, Christ is born


Seraphs hail this happy morn
Echo loud their folemn cry
ff" Glory be to God on high !"

Light and mercy cheer the tomb


Hallelujah

Christ

is

come

Let all earth's redeemed cry


u
ff Glory be to God on high !"
:

II.

/Praife to God, and peace on earth


Such the tidings of His birth

Him we

worfhip,

Him we

blefs,

Prince of Peace and Righteoufnefs.

p Son of Man, He murmured


Bore with us, and fhared our

/Son
By

of God, we know Him well.


each fign the prophets tell.
VI.

III.

Promifed Branch of Jesse's ftem,


Christ is born in Bethlehem
have pardon, we have peace
Darknefs, guilt, and terror ceafe.
!

We

not,
lot

p His the love to feel our woe


/His the might to quell our foe
Unto Him,
ff Be

all

praife

and heaven,
and honour given

in earth

ANGELS FROM THE REALMS OF GLORY.


No. 55.

flrisstmas.

f Angels

from the realms of glory,

Wing your
Ye, who fang

flight o'er all the earth!

Creation's (lory,

Now

proclaim Meffiah's birth


/"Come and worfhip,
Worfhip Christ, the new-born King

^/"Sages, leave your contemplations,


Brighter vifions beam afar;
Seek the great Defire of nations,

Ye have feen His natal ftar:


/"Come and worfhip,
Worfhip Christ, the new-born King!
IV.

II.

/a/ Shepherds, in the field abiding,

Watching

God

with

o'er

man

your flocks by night,

is

now

Yonder mines the

before the altar bending,


Watching long in hope and fear,
Suddenly the Lord, defcending,

////'Saints,

rcfiding,

Temple
fQomo. and

In His

infant-light:

/"Come and

worfhip,
Worfhip Christ, the new-born King!

V.
p Sinners, wrung with true repentance,

Doomed for guilt to cndlcfs pains,


now revokes the fcntcncc,

Jufticc

Mercy

you: break your chains;


and worfhip,
Worfhip Christ, the new-born King!
calls

yComc

fhall

appear;

worfhip,
Worfhip Christ, the new-born King!

BRIGHT AND JOYFUL

THE MORN,

IS

No.

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For

joyful

to us a Child

is

Wonderful

the morn,

From

born
the highefl realms of Heaven,

Unto

us a Son

is

<^>

The

is

in counfel

incarnate

Deity

3=^f
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He,
;

of ages ne'er to ceafe,


King of kings, and Prince of Peace.

Sire

given.

IV.

II.

On His moulder He mall bear


Power and Majefty, and wear
On His vefture, and His thigh,
Names moft

III.

I.

/ Bright and

56,

p Come and worfhip

at

His

feet,

Yield to Christ the homage meet

From His manger to His throne,


Homage due to God alone.

awful, names moft high.

V.
to God on high
Earth, uplift the joyful cry
Praife Him, all ye heavenly hoft,

/Glory be

Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.

WHILE SHEPHERDS WATCHED THEIR FLOCKS.


No.

ijvistmas

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fliephcrds

their flocks

"

by night,

To

All feated on the ground,

"Glad

To

fcized their troubled


tidings

you and

Is

mind

you, in David's town, this day


born of David's line,
Saviour, Who is Christ the Lord

The
And

mail be the fign


heavenly Babe you there
this

"The
To human

not," faid he; (for mighty dread

Had

^'

II.
1

watched

The angel of the Lord came down,


And glory fhone around.
/""Fear

^'.

-ese-

3^^

1.

mf'While

^=^i

of great joy I bring


all mankind.
III.

p Thus fpakc the Seraph and forthwith


Appeared a fliining throng
Of angels, praifing God, and thus
;

Addrcfled their joyful fong


glory be to God on high,
:

f" All

And

Good

(hall find

view difplayed,
All meanly wrapt in fwaddling bands,
And in a manger laid."

;)

to the earth be peace

will henceforth

from Heaven

Begin, and never ccafc

"
!

to

men

57.

!!

!!

HARK! WHAT MEAN THOSE HOLY

VOICES.
No.

(SMjrtstmas.

58,

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IV.

I.

p
cres.

Hark What mean

born, the great Anointed


Heaven and earth His glory ling
God appointed
Glad receive
For your Prophet, Prieft, and King.

/ Christ

thofe holy voices,

Sweetly warbling in the fkies ?


Sure th' angelic hoft rejoices ;
Loudeft hallelujahs rife.
Hallelujah!
/

is

Whom

Hallelujah!

V.

II.

mf Liften to the wondrous ftory,


Which they chant in hymns

f Glory

in the higheft, glory

Glory be to

God

mf Haften,

mortals, to adore

Him

Learn His Name, and tafte His joy.


Till in heaven you fing before Him,
f Glory be to God moft High

of joy

moil high.

Hallelujah

Hallelujah

VI.

III.

mf Let us learn the wondrous ftory


Of our great Redeemer's birth
cres. Spread the brightnefs of His glory,

f Peace on earth, good will from heaven,

Reaching far as man is found


Souls redeemed and fins forgiven,
Loud our golden harps fhall found
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cres.

Hallelujah

Till

it

cover all the earth.


Hallelujah

COME! THOU LONG-EXPECTED JESUS


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Come

Thou

Born to

From

fet

long-expected Jesus

Thy

our cares and

Let us

people free

Thy

Born

us

fins releafe

find our reft in

Born,

people to deliver

a Child,

Born, to reign

Now Thy

Thee.

all

the earth

in us for ever

Kingdom

bring.

IV.

/Ifrael's ftrength and confolation

of

and yet a King

gracious

II.

Hope

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III.

I.

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Thou

Bleft defire of every nation

Joy of every longing heart

p By Thine Own
Rule

art
cres.

in all

By Thine

Eternal Spirit,

our hearts alone

all-sufficient merit,

Raife us to

Thy

glorious

Throne

^
O

SAVIOUR OF US ALL.

JESU,

Jefu Redemptor omnium.

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O Jesu,

To

Saviour of us all,
With God the Father One,
His equal ere the world began,
Now born His only Son

that exalted grace advanced,

Thy

brethren fhield from harm,

Left they relapfe to former

V.

II.

Our

peace and glory, Lord, art Thou,


Sole hope of man diftreft,
hear the prayers that pour to Thee
From each devoted breaft.

The

cres.

land, the heav'ns, the ocean vaft,

In

rival flrains lhall raife

To Him, Who

in mortal

Nature

all

Thee

to the world,

praife

VI.

/"And we,
Thou

form

Thou freely didit enfhrine


Then grant that we, too, may

Thy

gave

Glad fongs of holy

III.

Thyfelf for us

fin,

Unaided by Thine arm.

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partake

for

whom Thou

life's

Will magnify

And hymns

Divine.

VII.

ffO

Jesu, Virgin-born, with

Thee,

The Father we adore


Holy Ghost, to Thee be
Both now and evermore
!

praife

once waft born.

eternal Spring,
this glorious day,

of triumph fing.

NAME

CHIEF OF MARTYRS! HE WHOSE


qui tuo dux

Martyrum.

t. *trpj)eit.

No. 61.

IV.

I.

mf Chief
Doth

Christ

he whofe name
crown proclaim

of Martyrs

a myftic

He

Not of rlow'rs that fee decay,


Weave we this his crown to-day.

for

Firft Confeflbr,

Flies to

Bright the ftones,which wound him, gleam,


Sprinkled with his life's red ftream
Radiant o'er his faintly head,
Stars could ne'er fuch luftre fhed.

Flaming

brow

receives the blows.

light divinely

glows

Burfting forth, each holy ray

Doth an

laft

own Him God

fried

breath

in death.

Firft

upon the path

Marked

is

he,

acrofs the crimfon fea

Forth he leads the martyr-band

Lo

they follow clofe at hand.

VI.

III.

his

whofe

V.

II.

Where

for him a victim bled


Christ his blood firft

angel-face betray.

Virgin-born, to Thee we raife,


With the Father, endlefs praife
God the Spirit we adore,
Now, henceforth, for evermore

THY DEAR

DISCIPLE

ON THE

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p That

dear difciple on the fea,


Ton of labour rude and fore,

Leaves fhip and fire,0 Lord, for Thee,


p And loving ftands upon the more.

He

toil

tender heart, that ardent mind,

lives to cheer

Thy

as

none have

known

Thy dying lips to him configned


Thy blefled Mother for his own.
V.

and love

A meet companion

^ sEEf

Such honour reaped

II.

mf Thus,

j,

ii

IV.

I.

Thy

"

SEA.

St. Soijn.

in fweet

embrace,

Thy weary breaft,


in Thy race

bofom, pillow of

his reft.

Full long the

toil

of

life his lot

" Peace let him tarry till I come


" Come, Lord! draw near this lonely
!

foot,

And takeThy waiting martyr home."


IV.

III.

Though

there he lay in wiftful love,

p Thus

calm,

He courts no languor, dull


cres.

But

foars an eagle,
All fervid, foft,

may we

abide the hour,

Thy Face revealing from above


and weak;
zealous, tho' with waning power
finks a dove
Still
cres.
ftrength declines, ftill firm in
While
fublime and meek.
/
;

love.

TO THEE, ALL GLORY, LORD.


No. 63.

ISols innocents.

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all

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IV.

1.

/To

glory,

Who

Lord

/ To

world of

from this
By cruel Herod's ruthlefs fword,
Thofe precious ones didft win.

Thee be

praife for all

The ranfomed

fin,

infant band,

Who fince that hour have heard Thy call,


And

reached the quiet land.

II.

To Thee

all

For now,

glory,
all

Lord

grief

mf Oh

They wait in patience their reward,


The martyr's heav'nly crown.

that our hearts within,

Like

unknown,

Oh!

We

VI.

III.

p Baptized

in their

own

blood,

Earth's untried perils o'er,


They paffed unconfcioufly the flood.

And

fafely

were pure and bright


from wilful fin,
fhrank not from Thy fight
theirs,

that as free

gained the more.

p Lord,

Thy

help us every hour,


cleanfing grace to claim

cres.ln life to glorify

Thy

In death to praife

power,

Thy Name.

BLEST DAY,

!;

ON WHICH THE SAVIOUR


Felix dies,

quam

SHED.

proprio.

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day, on which the

Saviour fhed

fan&ity, as firft He bled


BJeft day, whereon He firft began

High

The

tafk to

ranfom

man

fallen

In love the finner's lot He mares,


His punifhment, unguilty, bears
;

Law-framer, now to Law the flave,


That He from Law might finners fave.
V.

II.

Scarce born to light, and

His

infant blood

is

life,

and woe,

feen to flow

The foretafte of a deadly ftrife


The opening of a loving life.

III.

mf Earth now His home,

learns, a Victim,

Before that wound, which

The

cancelled

A purer

Law

Law

is

it

had made,

feen to fade

begins to reign,

The Love, which

deathlefs mall remain.

VI.

with fervid will

His Father's mandates to fulfil,


He quick foreftalls His day decreed,

And

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to bleed.

p Lord Jesus, from our

hearts,

we

pray,

What is not Thine O take away


cres. Thy Name, Thy Law, for ever reft
;

Deep graven on our inmoft

breaft

!!

LET TYRANTS TAKE THEIR HAUGHTY NAMES.


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Let tyrants take their haughty names


From nations forced to bleed

nobler

From

thofe that

other

He

But fweet

in loving eyes.

V.

name than

live for

this

is

giv'n

evermore.

p Thou, Who doft love to be invoked,


Bleft Saviour of us all
In Thy great Name we make our boaft;
O hear us when we call

VI.

III.

p The

made at fuch a coft,


His blood was fpilt,

purchafe,

When
Are we

To

all

again, in

cancel

mad

by our

Name,

count the higheft prize


For death is bitter now no more,

hath freed.

For mortals to adore;


Name through which the dead revive,

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Great Jesu, from the Virgin born,

We

glory give to

The Father

Thee

and the Spirit

Till ages ceafe to be.

praife,

NAME OF WONDROUS

JESUS!

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/Jesus Name of wondrous love


Name, all other names above
Unto which mull every knee
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Name

of mercy mild,

to the holy Child,

When the cup of human woe


Firft He tatted here below.

deep humility.

II.

p Jesus

To

Name

Kneeling

By

decreed of old,

Mother

the maiden

the

in her

Angel

lowly

ff Jesus

only

cell,

Jesus

To

Name

of pricelefs worth

given

is

faved.

VI.

Name of wondrous love


Human Name of God above

/Jesus

the fallen fons of earth,

For the promife that it gave,


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Jesus fhall His people fave."

that's

Burfts his fetters, and

Gabriel.

III.

ires.

Name

Under all the mighty heaven,


Whereby man, to fin enflaved,

told,

dim. Pleading only this,

Helplefs,

we

flee,

our God, to Thee.

HOW SWEET THE NAME


<ttCUmciSUm,

OF JESUS SOUNDS.
No. 67

or General.
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of Jesus founds

foothes his forrows, heals his wounds,

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drives

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Jesus

my

Shepherd, Hufband, Friend,

My Prophet, Prieft, and King,


My Lord, my Life, my Way, my
Accept the

his fear.

End,

praife I bring.

II.

It

the wounded fpirit whole,


calms the troubled breaft ;

makes

And
,r

fis

manna

To

to the

weary

hungry

Weak is the effort of my heart,


And cold my warmeft thought
But when

foul,

fpirits reft.

I'll

praife

Thee as Thou
Thee as I ought.

Dear

Name

the rock

VI.

on which

My fhield and hiding-place


My never-failing treaf'ry, filled
;

With

art,

fee

III.

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IV.

In a believer's ear
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boundlefs ftores of grace.

build,

/Till then

would Thy love proclaim

With every fleeting breath


And may the mufic of Thy Name
;

Refrefh

my

foul in death


ME KNOW MY TERM OF

LORD, LET
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Lord

let

How

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life will

end

of days,
;

The num'rous train of ills difclofe,


Which this frail ftate attend.

life

Thou

my

is

but a fpan,

years

every man, in beft

mf Lord, hear

And

eftate,

Who

then mould I on worthlefs toys


With anxious care attend ?
On Thee alone my fteadfaft hope,
Shall ever, Lord, depend.

my

cry, accept

my

liften to

my

tears,

prayer

fojourn like a ftranger here,

As

all

my

fathers were.

VI.

III.

Why

3^=^pL

dreadful burden of Thy wrath


In mercy foon remove
Left my frail flefh too weak to bear
The heavy load mould prove.

But vanity appears.

cres.

V.

know'ft

A cypher fums
And

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II.

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IV.

me know my term

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me

little time
wafted ftrength reftore
Before I vanifh quite from hence,
And fhall be (ttr\ no more.

fpare

My

yet a

; ;

FATHER, LET ME DEDICATE.


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No. 69

ear.

76.

;/.y"

Father,

let

mc

mf

dedicate

All this year to Thee,

p
crcs.

In whatever worldly ilatc


Thou wilt have me be.
Not from forrow, pain, or care,
Freedom dare I claim;
This alone fliall be my prayer
"Glorify Thy Name!"

If in

mercy Thou wilt fpare

Joys that yet arc mine


If on life, fercne and fair,
Brighter rays may mine
Let my heart, while glad it fings,
Thee in all proclaim;
And, whate'er the faturc brings,
" Glorify Thy Name "
!

IV.

II.

mf Can

child

prcfumc

Where or how to
Can a Father's love

to choofc

live

rcfufc

All the beft to give ?


More Thou giveft every day
Than the beft can claim;

Nor

witholdcft ought that

"Glorify

Thy Name!"

may

/ If Thou called to the Crofs,


And its fhadow come,
Turning all my gain to lofs,
Shrouding heart and home,
cres. Let mc think how Thy dear Son
To His glory came,
And, in decpeft woe, pray on,

"Glorify

Thy Name!"

A FEW MORE YEARS SHALL ROLL.


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mf A few more ftruggles here,


A few more partings o'er,
A few more toils, a few more tears,
And we (hall weep no more.
p Then, gracious Lord, prepare
Our fouls for that bright day
ere
O wafh us in Thy precious blood,

few more years mail roll,


A few more feafons come,

mall be with thofe that reft,


Afleep within the tomb.
p Then, gracious Lord, prepare
Our fouls for that dread day
warn us in Thy precious blood,
And take our fins away.

And

take our fins away.

Who

lives

III.

mf

Yet but

a little while,

And He

Who

fhall

died that

come

we might

again,
live,

That we with Him may reign.


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fouls for that glad

wafh us with

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Thy

day

precious blood,

take our fins away.

&

FOR THY MERCY AND THY GRACE.


No. 71

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III.

I.

w/ For Thy mercy and Thy

Who

grace,

of us death's awful road

coming year mall tread ?


ftaff, O God,
Comfort Thou his dying bed.

Faithful through another year,


Hear our fong of thankful nefs,

In the

With Thy rod and

Father, and Redeemer, hear!

IV.

II.

In our weaknefs and diftrefs,


Rock of Strength, be Thou our Stay

mf Keep
!

true and living

us faithful, keep us pure,


us evermore Thine own
Help,
help us to endure
Fit us for the promifed crown

Keep

In the pathlefs wildernefs

Be our

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way

V.

Thy palace gate


mall praife, on golden fixings,
Thee, the only Potentate,
Lord of lords, and King of kings
So within

We

HARP,

AWAKE TELL OUT THE


!

STORY.
No. 72

Netoear.

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y Harp,

awake

tell

^Gracious Saviour, Thou

out the ftory

Of

our love, and joy, and praife


awake our glory
Lute, awake
Join a thankful fong to raife
w/' Join we, brethren faithful-hearted,
Lift the folemn voice again
O'er another year departed
Of our threefcore years and ten.

haft lengthened,

Still,

when danger

ftiall

betide us,

Be Thy warning whifper heard


Keep us at Thy feet, and guide us
By Thy Spirit, and Thy Word
III.

Thy favour and Thy bleffing


Crown the year we now begin
Let us all, Thy ftrength poffeffing,
Grow in grace, and vanquifh fin

/"Let

p Storms

te

And haft bleft our mortal fpan,


And in our weak hearts haft ftrengthened
What Thy grace alone began

rJ

are round us, hearts are quailing,

Signs in heaven, and earth, and fea


But when heaven and earth are failing,
f Saviour we will truft in Thee.

cres.

WHY SHOULD THE CRUEL HEROD


Crudelis Herodes,

2jHJ3fl<Jul).

FEAR?

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Deum.

No.

7.

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He

in.

the cruel Herod fear


the King, is coming near?

takes no realms of earth away,

Who

gives the realms of heavenly day.

In waters of the cryftal flood,

Lo dips the Holy Lamb of God


The fins, which ne'er in Him were traced,
From us, by warning, He effaced.
:

IV.

II.

The Magi track


Which they had

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That Christ,

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mf Why mould

the leading

Lo

from afar
they onward prefs,

witneffed

To Light by light
And by their gift their God

wondrous Power

is brought to fight
water reddens 'neath the light
And, at the word of Force Divine,
Its nature changes into wine.

flar,

confefs.

V.

/All

glory be to Jesu's
bright Epiphany

To Father,
From

Name,

Who

came

Spirit, high

we

age to age, unceafing

raife,

praife.

ALL HAIL

THE LORD'S ANOINTED.

No. 74.

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hail! the Lord's Anointed,


Great David's greater Son
!

in the

time appointed,

His reign on earth begun


He comes to break oppreffion,
!

To let the captive free,


To take away tranfgreffion,
And

rule in equity.

f Down kings fhall fall before Him,


And gold and incenfe bring;
All nations fhall adore Him,
His praife

To Him
And

daily

people fing ;
prayer unceafing,

all

fhall

vows

IV.

He fhali come
mowers
Upon the fruitful earth,
And joy and hope, like flowers,
like

Shall deck

Before

His path

Him, on

to birth;

the mountains,

Shall peace, the herald, go,

And

righteoufnefs, in fountains,

From

hill to valley

afcend,

His kingdom ftill increafmg,


A kingdom without end.

II.

/Tz/'Down

flow.

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tide of time fhall never

The

His covenant remove


His Name fhall fland for ever:
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to us

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Love.

OF NOBLE CITIES THOU ART QUEEN


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IV.

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Christ, to Thee, our heavenly King.

light,

IV.

p Holy Jesus every day


Keep us in the narrow way
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Life, its Joy, its Crown,


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Alleluias to our King!

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No

never knows of dull delay;


no rifk, obstructs their way

toil,

Their home, their kin, their native land,


At once they quit at God's command.

new-born Monarch's rife,


His cradle pointing from the fkies.
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II.

m/See now

fulfilled the Prophets' cry


Jacob's ftar afcends on high !"
Arretted at the heav'nly blaze,

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Starts forth the Eaft in

deep amaze.

O Christ, while beams the Star of grace,


Alluring us to feek Thy face,
Upon our flothful fpirits fhine,

Nor

let

them quench the


VI.

III.

Without, the Star informs their fight


Within, there fhines a brighter light,
Which leads them, by its gentle force,
To trace the marvel to its fource.

light divine.

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To
Be

praife

O
O

Father, Radiance bright,


Son, the Nations' Light,
eternal, and to Thee,

Thee,
Thee,

Spirit, equal glory be.

GOD OF MERCY, GOD OF GRACE,


No. 78

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the brightnefs of

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the people praife Thee,

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Let the nations jfhout and ring


Glory to their Saviour King

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right.

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manifefted there

flow,

cres.

Here behold

the Day-fpring rife,


Pouring eyefight on your eyes
!

God

bids and tumults ceafe,

Prince of Peace.

p Mild

He

mines on

His

Own

light furvey,
!

VI.
all

/Sing, ye morning

beneath,

Piercing through the fhades of death


Scatt'ring error's wide-fpread night,

/ Kindling

in

Shining to the perfect day

III.

cres.

V.

p Fear not hence that ill mould


Wars or peftilence below
in the

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all, far off and near,


Hafte to fee your God appear!
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that gilds the night,

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darknefs into light.

God

ftars again,

defcends on earth to reign

Deigns for man His life t'employ


Shout, ye fons of God, for joy
!

THE RACE, THAT LONG IN DARKNESS

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The people dwell in day, who

dwelt
In death's furrounding night.

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hail Thy rife, Thou better Sun,


The gath'ring nations come,
With joy, as when the reapers bear
The harveft-treafures home.

tribes

Him

all

Son

is

is

born,

given

of earth

fhall

Him

obey,

the hofts of heaven.

His Name mall be the Prince of Peace,


For evermore adored,
The Wonderful, the Counfellor,
The great and mighty Lord
!

VI.

III.

haft

removed,

quelled th' opprefTor's fway,

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us a

V.

To

And

us a Child of hope

To

II.

mf For Thou our burden

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as flaughtered fquadrons fell

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power increafing {till fhall fpread,


His reign no end fhall know
His throne fhall juftice guard above,
And peace abound below.
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BRIGHTEST AND BEST OF THE SONS OF THE

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off rings divine

of the mountain, and pearls of the ocean,

Myrrh from

the forcft, or gold from the

mine

IV.

cradle the dew-drops arc (hilling;


His head with the bcatts of the Hall

p Cold on His

Angels adore Him, in dumber reclining,


/Maker, and Monarch, and Saviour of all

we

Odors of Edom, and

II.

cres.

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Vainly we offer each ample oblation,


Vainly with gifts would His favor fecure ;
j Richer by far is the heart's adoration;
Dearer to Goo are the prayers of the poor.

cres.
;

HALLELUJAH SONG OF SWEETNESS.


!

Alleluia, dulce carmen.

jSuntrag

Moxt

/ Hallelujah

No.

Septuagesima.

Hallelujah we deferve not


Always here to lift on high ;
Our tranfgre (lions check the uttVance,

fong of fweetnefs,
Strain of joy that never dies
Hallelujah is the chorus,
Dear to choirs above the fkies
!

As we

Hallelujah cry
Haftes the hour for deeply mourning
Sins that heavy on us lie.

Hark

from

Evermore

the bleft in

all

anthem

the

Heaven

flies

Thou

Mother

oh,

how

is

the

children bring

p Drooping exiles by her waters,


Tears from us doth Babel wring.

in this

homage,

Which Thy happy

our adoration,
BlefTed Trinity, we pray
Grant us in the realms of glory
Vifion of Thine Eafter Day ;
There to fing to Thee with rapture
/Hallelujah's fweeteft lay.

mf Thee,

gladly

doft Hallelujah fing

Hallelujah

IV.

II.

Salem

82,

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SONGS OF PRAISE THE ANGELS SANG.


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No. 83.

or General.

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dumb,
kingdom come

alone be

Till that glorious

Church delights to raife


Pfalms and hymns, and fangs of praife.

was done.

the

V.

II.

awoke the morn,


mf Saints below, with heart and voice,
Still in fongs of praife rejoice
born
When the Prince of Peace was
Learning here, by faith and love,
Songs of praife arofe, when He

Songs of

praife

Songs of

Captive led captivity.

praife to fing above.

VI.

III.

Heaven and
Songs of

God

will

Songs of

earth mull pafs

praife fhall

crown

away
that

make new heavens and

/Borne upon

day

their latch breath,

Songs of praife fhall conquer death


Then, am id ft eternal joy,
Songs of praife their powers employ.
;

earth

praife fhall hail their birth.

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IV.

of praife the angels Tang,

fpake, and

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Heaven with hallelujahs rang,


When Jehovah's work begun,

When He

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A BOOK

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WHO RUNS MAY

READ.
No.

or General.

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84.

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IV.
//

There is a Book, who runs may read,


Which Heav'nly truth imparts,
And all the lore its fcholars need,
Pure eyes and Chriftian

hearts.

p The moon

above, the Church below,


race they run ;

wondrous

But all their radiance, all their glow,


Each borrows of its Sun.
V.

II.

The works of God,

above, below,

Within us and around,


Are pages in that Book, to mow
Where God Himfelf is found.

/ The

Saviour lends the light and heat,


That crowns His holy hill
The faints, like ftars, around His feat,
Perform

their courfes

VI.

III.

/The

glorious {ky, embracing

Is like the

ftill.

all,

Maker's love,

Wherewith encompaffed, great and


In peace and order move.

p Thou,

Who

And
me

hart:

giv'n

me

eyes to fee

love this fight fo fair,

fmall cm. Give

/And

a heart to find

read

out Thee,

Thee everywhere.

SING TH' ALMIGHTY

Jcl-ptUageStma,

POWER OF

GOD.
No. 85.

or General.

HUH
III.

I.

fI

Almighty pow'r of God,


That made the mountains rife,

sing th'

That fprcad

And

mf
crcs.

But makes

wifdom

that ordained

The fun to rule the day;


The moon fhincs full at His command,
And all the liars obey.

goodnefs of the Lord,


That filled the earth with food;
He formed the creatures with His word,
And then pronounced them good.
p Lord, how Thy wonders arc difplaycd,
Where'er I turn my eye
era. If I furvcy the ground I tread,
Or gaze upon the fky,
fing the

Thy

glories

known

clouds arife and tempefts blow,


By order from Thy throne.

built the lofty fkics.

I fing the

There's not a plant or flow'r below,

And

the flowing Teas abroad,

II.

mf

p Thy creatures, num'rous as they be,


Are fubjccl to Thy care
cres. There's not a place where we can flee,
:

But

God

is

prcfent there.

IV.
heaven He fhincs with beams of love,
With wrath in hell beneath ;
'Tis on His earth I (land or move,
And 'tis His air I breathe.
mf His hand is my perpetual guard;
He keeps me with His eye
Why fliould I then forget the Lord,
Who is for ever nigh?

f In

THE LORD, HE GAVE THE WORD!


JJCPtUacjeStma,

No. 86.

or General.

yTHE

/ The Lord, He gave

Lord, He gave the Word?


mf The Void quick heard the found,
And Matter ftraight from nothing rofe,

mf Loud

Till rings a voice around

f Each idol

beams afar
Sun, moon, and liar

Lo

Word

The heathen tremble at the tone,


And Satan fhudders on his throne;
The powers of darknefs fly

Faft riveted in dead repofe,

f Light

the

rofe the preachers' cry

{loops

All evil droops;

No

in the rear
See Man appear,
Thrice noble form God's image dear
!

The world

III.

f The

He

gave the Word


heard within
p Soft Heals the Saviour to the heart,
To calm and cure the bleeding fmart,

Lord,

The found

is

And blot away its fin


ff Then rend the Ikies

With pealing cries


High fongs of praife
Triumphant raife
!

The Lord

remain
doth reign;
His from mount to

foes

The Lord

extol to endlefs days

is

plain.

GOOD LORD
Seiagmma,

WHO HAST THE WEIGHTY

WOES.

or General.

No. 87.

l^m
IV.

I.

p Good Lord, Who


cres.

haft the

Of galling trial borne,


Regard Thy fervants' bitter
While

weighty woes Vouchfafe us patience, loving Lord,


To eafe this mortal ftrife
throes,
Oh utter forth Thy fovereign word,
;

That Cherubim may fheathe

wreftling with their cruel foes,

Which guards

Dejected, wafted, worn.

the fword,

the Tree of Life,

II.

Remember

that once

Within whofe

The

happy

fpot,

tainted pale

mf Grant us to eat its golden fruits,


And drink the living ftream,

ferpent, jealous at their lot,

Contrived to fix a lafting blot


On man and woman frail.

That wafhes by

As

high

To

O woman's Holy Seed,


comes the Tempter nigh,
Confound his counfel, thwart his deed,
Left we, his fallen victims, bleed,
loft,

When
And

'neath his rancour die.

healing fhoots,

greet the heavenly beam.

VI.

III.

Thus

holy roots,

its

it lifts its

/ May

we, our race of

trial

run,

Safe landed on the fhore,

Thy

glorious triumph

An Eden
p Find

loft,

an

reft for

now begun,

Eden won,

evermore

ALMIGHTY GOD, THY WORD


i&exageStma,

No. 88

or General.

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mf Almighty God, Thy word

is

caft

Like feed upon the ground


Oh may it grow in humble hearts,
!

Let not the world's

deceitful cares

The rifing plant deftroy,


But may it in obedient minds
Produce the

righteous fruits abound.

fruits

of joy.

IV.

II.

Let not the foe of Christ and man


This holy feed remove
But give it root in praying fouls

p Let not Thy word,

To

Return

all

Thy

who

pow'r beftow,

hear the joyful found

faving grace

may know.

in

Thy

mercy

reject

Thy

fent

throne,

Thee, and fadly

come down, and on Thy word

Thy mighty
That

to

That we

bring forth fruits of love.

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raife us to

Son.

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welcome

mf With

tide,

To

Sweet fafety's dawning hour,


When Mercy's gate will open wide
To catch the mourner's mower.

dwellings cold and rude,


the poor, where forrow

Where droop

bleeds,

And Christ

ufe with ever foftened zeft


;

daily vigil keep.

Left death

III.

grief,

On

mould

feize the ftore.

VI.

unbofomed from the

tears, that

faint for food.

Here, ftretching forth a lavifh hand,


Let love her wealth outpour;
Confign it to a heavenly land,

words, thy food, thy fleep


Check mirth, and with a keener breaft

p Let

is

V.

Thy

Thy

bee

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zeal purfue the path that leads

II.

Then

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heart,

fall,

Feed fadly, yet, defpite the (mart,


Approach the Judge of all.

p Lord, confecrate us all to Thee,


With newly kindled love,
That purer thoughts, where'er we

May

flame to heav'n above.

VII.

Three-One,

Thee high praife we give


Thee widely we proclaim
Grant we through taintlefs fa ft may live,
True warriors for Thy Name.
to

be,

; :

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Cor. xiii.

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HOLY GHOST.

SPIRIT,

(UtttlKIuagesima, or General.

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pp Love

is

Love

is

kind, and fuffers long,


meek, and thinks no wrong,
cres. Love, than death itfelf more ftrong
p Therefore give us Love.

heav'nly Love.

V.

II.

Faith, that mountains could remove,

Tongues of earth, or Heav'n above,


cres. Knowledge, all things, empty prove
p Without heav'nly Love

p Prophecy

away,
of day
cres. Love will ever with us ftay
p Therefore give us Love.

Melting

will fade

in the light

VI.

III.

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p

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IV.

p Gracious Spirit Holy Ghost


Taught by Thee, we covet mod

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martyr bleed,
p Faith will vanim into right
Give my goods the poor to feed,
Hope be emptied in delight
cres. All is vain if Love I need
cres. Love in Heav'n will mine more bright
p Therefore give me Love.
p Therefore give us Love.
I as a

VII.

and Hope, and Love we fee,


mf
Joining hand in hand, agree
cres. But the greatert of the three,
/ And the beft, is Love.
Faith,

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THE SOLEMN TIME OF HOLY

FAST.
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Solemne nos jejunii.

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To

with tearful

Who,

cries

let

us kneel in deeped

Uplifts

walls.

His

threatening rod.

V.

In vain afcend the tones of grief,

Judge our Father, Friend!


punifhment be flow
Vouchfafe us time to mend our lives ;
Repentant hearts beftow.
righteous

To

God's angered ear to feek,


Unlefs the language of the foul
An inward forrow fpeak.

VI.

III.

In vain the fprinklcd afhes

robe

is

woe

wrath of God
knowing all our guilty deeds,
ftay the

II.

The

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prieft

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IV.

time of holy

mourning

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fall,

rent in vain,

Unlefs the broken heart is torn


With wounds of keened pain.

cres.

BleftTuREE inONE! GreatONEinTiiREE!


Grant us, Thy fuff'ring race,
To reap from thefe, our lowly fafts,

/Undying

fruits

of grace.

FORTY DAYS AND FORTY NIGHTS.


No. 92.

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Forty days and

Then

forty nights

Thou waft wand'ring in the wild


Forty days and forty nights
Fading, tempted, undefiled.

if Satan with his wiles


Flefh or fpirit fhall aflail,
Armed againft his frowns and fmiles,
May we never faint nor fail

II.

p Holy peace and

Sunbeams fcorching all the day


Chilly dewdrops nightly fried;
Prowling beafts about Thy way
;

Joy and

Thy

pillow, earth

Thy

gladnefs, light and love,

round us mine,
Precious tokens from above.

Shall like angels

Stones

bed.

VI.

III.

mf Shall we
From

truth divine,

not fome hardfhip bear,


the joys of earth abftain,
Fafting with unceafing prayer,
Glad with Thee to fuffer pain ?

Saviour dear,
Ever conftant by Thy fide,
That with Thee we may appear

cm. Keep

us, then,

/Glorious

at

our Eafter-tide.


MY
Hmt,

MY GOD, MY

GOD,

MY

LIGHT,

LOVE.
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hang on Thee

God,

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my God, my

Light,

my

Thou gone
me here,
Thy Throne.

whither art
Either be near unto

Or

lift

me

to

Love,

V.

II.

My

My

The fweeted

Cand Thou that foul forfake,


That follows Thee with redlefs cries,
And longs to overtake?

God, my God, my Light, my Love,


For Thee I third alone
;

My

waters on the earth


foul accounts as none.

God, my God,

My

Mine
I

feek,

Why

my God, my

Light, my Love,
only, only Friend,
long, I look for Thee
wilt Thou not attend ?

God,

my

Light,

my

Love,

VI.

III.

IV.

I.

fouls that

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//My God, my God, my Light, my Love,


Mine all in all to me,
Wilt Thou a gracious Father prove

To

m/Wiy God, my God, my Light, my Love,


Come, come, with me abide
Rejoice me with Thy prcfencc, Lord;
I know no joy befide.
;

VII.

p My God, my God, my Light, my Love,


Hear Thou my mournful cry
cres. The God of Love hears from above
:

He

will not fee

mc

die.

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COME, LET US TO THE LORD OUR GOD.


No. 94.

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wf Come, let us to the Lord our God


With contrite hearts return
Our God is gracious, nor will leave

Our

God we feek to know,


know Him and rejoice

hearts, if

Shall

defolate to

IV.

I.

The

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His coming like the morn fhall be,


Like morning Tongs His voice.

mourn.

II.

His voice commands the

As dew upon

the tender herb,


DirTufing fragrance round

temper!: forth,

And flills the ftormy wave


And though His arm be ftrong to fmite,
;

As

fhow'rs that ufher in the fpring,


cheer the thirfty ground

And

'Tis alfo ftrong to fave.

VI.

III.

mf The night of forrow long hath reigned;


The dawn fhall bring us light
For God appears, and we fhall rife
With gladnefs in His fight.

So

His prefence

blefs our fouls,


fhed a joyful light
That hallowed morn fhall chafe away
The forrows of the night.
fhall

And

IN

THE HOUR OF

TRIAL.
No. 95

ILttlt, or General.

p In

the hour of

mf Should Thy mercy

trial,

Jesus, pray for me,


cres. Left by bafe denial
I depart from Thee
p When Thou feeft me waver,
With a look recall,
cres. Nor for fear or favor

Sorrow,

Or mould

me

to

pain attend

Fail

Caft

fall.

Thy hand to fee


I may ever
my care on Thee.
IV.

p When my

hour cometh,
Fraught with ftrife and pain

my

remembrance
Sad Gethfemane,

Or, in darker femblance,


Crofs-crowncd Calvarv.

me

Grant that

II.

to

me
;

path below ;
Grant that I may never

mf With forbidden pleafures


Would this vain world charm;
Or its sordid treafures
Spread to work me harm
p Bring

fend

and woe

On my

Suffer

toil,

laft

When my duft returneth


To the duft again
On Thy truth relying,
;

cres.

Through

that mortal ftrife,

pp Jesus, take me dying

To

eternal

life.

FROM LOWEST DEPTHS OF WOE.


Pfalm 130.

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voice,

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forgiv'ft, left

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enliv'ning ray,

than the morning watch

fpy the dawning day.

V.

/Let

bear

we defpond,

quite renounce

Thy

Ifrael truft in

God,

No

The

fear.

bounds His mercy knows


plenteous fource and fpring, from
whence
:

Eternal fuccour flows

VI.

Whofe

foul with patience waits

For Thee, the living Lord


hopes are on Thy promife built,
And never-failing word.

friendly ftreams to us

Supplies in want convey

My

Thy

More duly

III.

My

longing eyes look out

For

feverely judge.

can the

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^w.Lord, hear my fupplicating


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WHEN OUR HEADS ARE BOWED WITH


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our heads are bowed with woe,

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When our bitter tears o'erflow,


When we mourn the loft, the dear,
cres.

Gracious Son of Mary, hear

cres.

Thou
Thou
Thou

haft

cres.

flefh haft

worn

our mortal griefs haft borne

human

Gracious Son of Mary,

tear

hear

Son of Mary,

hear

When
With

When

cres.

the heart

is

fad within,

the thought of

all its fin;

with
Gracious Son of Mary, hear
the fpirit fh rinks

fear,
!

VI.

the fullcn death-bell tolls

For our own departed

fouls

p Thou the fhame, the grief haft known,


Though the fins were not Thine Own

When
cres.

haft Hied

haft filled a mortal bier

Gracious

III.

p When

life

V.

p Thou our throbbing


haft fried the

bowed the dying head

the blood of

II.

Thou
Thou

IV.

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our final doom is near,


Gracious Son of Mary, hear
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Thou
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deigned their load to bear


Gracious Son of Mary, hear
haft

O LORD, TURN NOT THY FACE FROM ME.


No. 98

ILent, or General.

p And

Lord, turn not Thy face from me,


lie in woeful Hate,

Lamenting

cres.

all

my

For then

finful life

But

let

me

So come

my

Lord, I mercy, mercy alk,


This is the total fum
For mercy, Lord, is all my fuit
Lord, let Thy mercy come
/To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost,
!

The God, Whom we

And

fhall

account,

guilty confcience

mall appear.
I to Thy mercy-gate,

III.

m/Good

glory, as

ftrict

Where mercy doth abound,


Imploring pardon for my fin,
To heal my deadly wound.

enter in.

Be

not to

have fojourned here

How vile

Thy

mercy-gate
A gate which opens wide to thofe
That do lament their fin
Shut not that gate againft me, Lord,
Before

me

call

How

Who

adore,

was, is now,
be evermore.

it

knows

O WILT THOU PARDON, LORD.


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foul,

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thine iniquities.

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II.

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Make

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me, by many

bleft,

guilty foul,

a fin oppreffed,

Reftore, and keep

V.

know not how to praife


Thy mercy and Thy love
But deign Thy fcrvant to upraife,
And I mail learn above.

fI

me

whole.

HAVE MERCY, LORD, ON ME.


Pfalm 51.

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p Have mercy, Lord, on me,

Withdraw not Thou Thy

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Nor

help,

me from Thy fight,


Thy Holy Spirit take

Nor
let

cart

Its everlafting flight.

find.

II.

mf Warn off my foul offence,


And cleanfe me from my
For

I confefs

How

my

great

mf The

crime, and fee

my

Thy favour gives


me again obtain

joy

Let

fin

And Thy

My

guilt has been.

free Spirit's firm

VI.

III.

broken

fpirit is

/ To

By God mod

By

highly prized ;
Him a broken, contrite heart
Shall never be defpifed.

fupport

fainting foul fuftain.

God,

the

Father, Son,

And

As

Spirit, glory be
was, and is, and fhall be

To

all

eternitv.

fo,

WHEN WE BEND BEFORE THY THRONE,

LORD,

2, CUt. or General,

III.

I.

mp Lord, when we bend

And

Teach us

And

before

Thy throne,

cres.

our confeffions pour,


to feel the fins

hate what

we

When we difclofe our wants in prayer,


May we our wills refign
And not a thought our bofom fhare,
;

we own,

Which

deplore.

And

not wholly Thine.

IV.

II.

p Our broken

is

Let

pitying, fee,

fpirits,

Then let a kindling


Beam hope upon

faith each

meek

petition

fill,

And waft it to the fkies


And teach our hearts 'tis goodnefs

penitence impart

glance from

Thee

That

the heart.

grants

V.

/"When

our refponfive tongues eflay


Their grateful hymns to raife,
Grant that our fouls may join the lay,

And mount

to

Thee

in praifc.

it

or denies.

(till,

THERE

A FOUNTAIN, FILLED WITH BLOOD.

IS

No. 102

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a Fountain, filled

with blood,

Drawn from Emmanuel's

And

finners,

Lofe

plunged beneath that

O Lamb of God Thy precious


!

Shall never lofe

veins

Till

flood,

all

Be

their guilty {tains.

all

the ranfomed

thief rejoiced to fee

And
Wafh

may

all

my

Blood

power,

Church of

God

IV.

That Fountain in
there

its

faved, to fin no more.

II.

The dying

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in a nobler, fweeter fong,

Til fing

dim.

E'er fince, by faith, I faw the ftream

Thy flowing wounds fupply,


Redeeming love has been my theme,

day

Thy power

to fave,

poor, lifping, ftammering tongue


Lies filent in the grave.
this

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MY FATHER, HEAR ME

GOD,

PRAY.

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Strengthen mc with holy might,
Make Thy dwelling in my heart
Faith, and joy, and hope impart.
P Lord, unnumbered fins arc mine,
cres. But eternal love is Thine.

mf God my

IV.

my Saviour, look on mc
All my guilt I caft on Thee
Give my troubled fpirit peace;
Bid my fears and forrows ccafc.
God,

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Hear mc for Thy blcflcd Son.


Lord, unnumbered fins arc mine,
But eternal love

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Blcflcd, glorious Trinity

Holy, cvcrlafling Three!


p Hear, () hear my earned prayer,
And my foul for heaven prepare.
Lord, unnumbered fins arc mine,
errs. But eternal love is Thine.

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SAVIOUR,

WHEN

IN DUST

when

Saviour,

Scarce
cres.

Oh

we

by

lift

Thee

in duft to

man

Piercing fpear, and torturing fcorn


the gloom that filled the Ikies,
O'er the dreadful Sacrifice

below,

Bending from Thy Throne on high,


pp Hear our folemn Litany
!

Liften to our humble cry;


pp Hear our folemn Litany

IV.

II.

p By Thy

By Thy
By Thy

helplefs infant years,

of want and tears,


days of fore diftrefs
In the favage wildernefs
By the dread myfterious hour,

Of

life

th' infulting

Turn, oh
pp

res.

Tempter's power

turn a favouring eye

Hear our folemn Litany

By

pains and woe,

Suffered once for

By the threatenings of defpair


By Thine agony of prayer
By the crofs, the nail, the thorn,

our weeping eyes

Thy

all

JSJ

Low we bend th' adoring knee


When repentant to the fkies
p

TO THEE.

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; ;

By Thy deep expiring groan


By the fad fepulchral flone
By the vault, whofe dark abode
Held in vain the rifing God;

Oh

from earth

to

heaven refiored,

Mighty re-afcended Lord,

Liften, liften to the cry

pp

Of our

folemn Litany!

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HEAR ME, O GOD!


No. 107

3Lntt, or General.

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may prove

Thy

more can crave

Than Thou

rod,

Therein

If

Thou

made of nought,

With

all

hadft not

and hell,
His glorious Name
Quite overcame

Yet

I rebel,

And flight the fame,


And quench His flame.
VI.

III.

fwcet,

As minds

bought?

Sin, death,

In vanity.

fin's so

fince

V.

Been ftern to me,


But left me free,
had forgot
Myfelf and Thee,

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Son

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in

my

lofs

farther tofs,

win
Through that bleft Tree,
That meltcrs me.

fure to

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LORD, IN THIS THY MERCY'S DAY.


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mercy's day>

p By

away,
our knees we fall and pray,

Thy

night of agony,

By Thy

supplicating cry,

By Thy

willingnefs to die,

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II.

Holy Jesu,

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with heart-searching fears,


Ere that awful doom appears.

tears of bitter woe


For Jerufalem below,
Let us not Thy love forego.

Ill

VI.

grant us tears,

Fill us

us Thy Spirit pour,


Kneeling lowly at the door,
dim. Ere it clofe for evermore.

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us 'neath

Thy

wings a place,

we lofe this day of grace,


Ere we mall behold Thy face.
Left

cres.

IN

THE HOUR OF MY

DISTRESS.
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^ In

the hour of

my

diftrefs,

When temptations me opprefs,


And when I my fins confefs,
pp Sweet Spirit, comfort me.
II.

p When

my bed,
Sick in heart, and fick in head,
And with doubts difcomforted,
I lie

within

pp Sweet Spirit, comfort me.


III.

p When

the houfe doth figh and weep,

And the world is drowned in fleep,


Yet mine eyes the watch do keep,
pp Sweet Spirit, comfort me.
IV.
/)

When

the

Judgment

is

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revealed,

And that opened which was fealcd,


When to Thee I have appealed,
pp Sweet Spirit, comfort me.

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HEAL ME, O MY SAVIOUR, HEAL.


Unit,

No. 1IO,

or General.

III.

I.

O my Saviour, heal
Heal me as I fuppliant kneel
Heal me, and my pardon feal.

p Heal me,
cres.

mf Thou
Thou,

the true Phyfician art

Christ,

IV.

II.

Frefh the

Hear

And

wounds

the prayers
in

canft health impart,

Binding up the bleeding heart.

that fin hath


I

made

oft have prayed,

mercy fend me

aid.

Other comforters

are

gone

Thou
Thou

and

Thou

canft heal,

for all

V.

p Heal me, then, my Saviour,


Heal me as I fuppliant kneel
cres. To Thy mercy I appeal.

heal

my

fin atone.

lone

"

ART THOU WEARY? ART THOU LANGUID?


KoTTOV TE

JLCttt, or General.
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cres.

thou weary
Art thou fore

mf u Come

to

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art

thou languid

diftreft

faith

p If

p "

In

Him,

find

at reft

follow,

V.
to

Him,

holdclofely to Him,
hath He at laft ?
" Sorrow vanquifhed, labor ended,

If

cres.

feet

if I

What His guerdon here ?


p " Many a forrow, many a labor,
" Many a tear."

One, "and coming,

He marks to lead me
He be my Guide

His

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II.

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IV.

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and hands are wound-prints,


"And His fide."

mf

I ftill

What

" Jordan

paft."

VI.

III.

diadem, as Monarch,
p
cres. That His brow adorns?
mf " Yea, a crown, in very furety,
c<
But of thorns."
/>
Is there

If

cres.
t?;/

afk

Will

"Not

Him to receive
He fay me nay

till

earth,

VII.

p Finding,
cres. Is

mf (i

He

following, keeping, ftruggling,


fure to blefs

Angels, Martyrs, Prophets, Virgins,

/"Anfwcr,

<

Yes.'

"

me,
?

and not till heaven


" Pafs away."

WHERE THE MOURNER WEEPiNG.


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No. 112

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I.

p Where

the mourner weeping


Sheds the fecret tear,
God His watch is keeping,
Though none elfe be near.

p When

He

Who

in grief

will

His

we

dry the

languifh,
tear,

children's anguifh

Soothes with fuccor near.

II.

mf He

will never leave thee


All thy wants He knows,
;

Feels the pains that grieve thee,


Sees thy hidden woes.

cres.

All our woe and fadnefs


In this world below,
Balance not the gladnefs,
in Heav'n mall know.

We

VI.

III.

Raife thine eyes to Heaven


When thy fpirits quail,

When, by

tempefts driven,

Heart and courage

fail.

p Jesu, holy Saviour,


realms above,
us with Thy favor,
/Fill us with Thy love.

cres. In the

Crown

men.

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THE KINGLY BANNERS ONWARD STREAM.


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wj/The kingly banners onward

And

ftream,

fhines the Crofs with myftic

Where man's
His mortal

beam,

Creator, born to fave ;

flefh for

nf'The tree fo fair, fo bright, fo bleft,


In royal purple richly dreft,
Is

chofen from a precious feed,

To

mortals gave.

bear thofe facrcd

Limbs

that bleed.

V.

II.

p There wounded fore doth He appear,


Deep ftricken by the pointed fpear,

p Thy

We

Outpouring water mixed with blood,


That He might warn us in the flood.

on

tinners

Thy Paflion Day


Thy grace increafe,

this

In holy hearts

And

Lord, our only

Crofs, dear
hail

from

flay,
!

their guilt releafe.

VI.

III.

which Prophets fung


/Eternal Three, great God mod high,
The Crofs, whereon the Saviour hung, Let all that breathe Thy praifes cry
Whom Thy myfterious Crofs hath won,
The mark for (corn, the bed of pain,
yTsnowathrone,whenceCiiRiSTdoth reign. Rule Thou while countlefs ages run.

cres. Fulfilled

is

that

; :

FROM THE DEEPS OF GRIEF AND FEAR.


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the deeps of grief and

Lord,

to

Thee my

cres.

p As

fear,

foul repairs

From Thy
Let Thy mercy meet my prayers.
Oh! if Thou mark' ft what's done amifs,
What foul fo pure can fee Thy blifs ?
heav'n

watchman waits for day,


Looks for light, and looks again
a

When

bow down Thine ear

For

/So

To

relief

calls

amain

fee

my Lord my
;

Sun,

arife

faints, wait on our Lord


From His tongue fweet mercy flows

Wait ye

with Thee fweet mercy ftands,


:

Wait, my foul, wait on His hands


Wait, mine eye oh wait mine ear
If He His eye, or tongue affords,
Watch all His looks, catch all His words.
5

he

look, fo wait, fo long, mine eyes.

IV.

Sealing pardons, working fear

cres

the night grows old and gray,

II.

mf But

j h^jj^ .^ijgy.

His Word
On that tree Redemption grows
/He will redeem His Israel
From fin and wrath, and death and hell

Wait upon His

Crofs,

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WHEN AT THY
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bend,

plead with Thee for mercy there,


Think of the finner's dying Friend,
And for His fake receive my prayer.

think not of my fhame and guilt,


thoufand ftains of deepeft dye
the blood which Jesus

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every plighted promife there
prayer mould evermore be heard,
And how Thy glory is, to fpare.

How

V.

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blood

my

think not of

My

my

doubts and

ftrivings with

Thy

fears,

grace divine

But think on Jesu's woes and tears,


And let His merits (land for mine.

fpilt,

pardon buy.

VI.

III.

Thy Own, w/Thine eye, Thine ear, they are not dull
Thy hand
Thine arm can never fhortened be
Behold me here, my heart is full
Think how my heart to fin is prone,
Behold and fpare, and fuccour me
And what temptations round me ftand.

Think, Lord, how

The

am

ftill

trembling creature of

;!

WAKE, O MY SOUL

AWAKE AND

RAISE.
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foul

Thine every part

awake and raife


His praife,

to ling

Who from

His fphere of glory fell,


To raife thee up from death and hell
p See how His foul, vext for thy fin,

Weeps blood

without, feels hell within

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III.

O mine ear! awake, and hear


That pow'rful voice, which Hills thy

;/z/*Wake,

And

fear,

brings from heaven thofe joyful news,

Which heaven commands, which hell fubdues;


p Hark! how His ears, heaven's mercy-feat,
Foul flanders with reproaches beat!

IV.

II.

mine eyes! awake, and view


Thefe two twin lights, whence heavens drew
Their glorious beams, whofe gracious fight
Fills you with joy, with life, and light
p See how,, with clouds of forrow drowned,
They wafh with tears thy iinful wound!

/?z/*Wake,

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O my
O my

tune every firing!


tongue awake and fing
a thought in all thy lays;
Speak not a word but of His praife;
p Tell how His tongue with gall they drowned,
Think how for thee His heart they wound!

Wake,
Think not

ieart!

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No.

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Ride on
Hark.

all

ride

on

in majefty

the tribes

Hofanna

cry

Thine humble bead purfues his road,


With palms and fcattered garments

Ride on ride on in majefty


dim.The. winged fquadrons of the fky
Look down with fad and wondering
!

eyes,

To

ftrowed.

fee th'

approaching

Ride on

ride

on

in

majefty

pomp ride on to die


Christ, Thy triumphs now

dim.ln lowly

Ride on

Ride on

dim.Thy

begin
O'er captive death and conquered fin.

cres.O

Sacrifice.

IV.

II.

ride

on

cres.Thz

laft

ride

and

in majefty

Father, on His

Expects His

in

on

fierceft ftrife is

majefty

Own

nigh,

fapphire throne,

anointed Son.

pomp ride on to die


Bow Thy meek Head to mortal pain
ff Then take, O God, Thy power and reign

dim. In lowly

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cleft for me,


Let me hide myfelf in Thee
Let the water and the blood,
From Thy riven fide which flowed,
Be of fin the double cure,
Cleanfe me from its guilt and power.
;

p Nothing

my

my

hand

bring

Crofs

cling

Thee for drefs


look to Thee for Grace

Naked, come
Helplefs,

Foul,

Wafh

f Thou

fin

to

the Fountain
me, Saviour, or

I to

p While

hands

Can fulfil Thv law's demands


Could my zeal no refpite know,
Could my tears for ever flow,
All for

fly

I die.

IV.

cres.

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in

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II.

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mf Not

jl

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could not atone

muft fave, and

draw

this fleeting breath,

See Thee on

Thy judgment-throne

pp Rock of Ages,

Thou

When my eyeftrings break in death,


When I foar through tracts unknown,

alone.

Let

me

cleft for

hide myfelf in

me,

Thee

WHO COMES FROM


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EDOM, WITH HIS ROBES,


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For Thou the wineprefs once didft


Weighed down by bitter throes

comes from Edom, with His robes


From Bozrah crimfon grained ?
is

the

Lord,

Who

The

quits the fight

His robes with blood

left

Thee

us, O Christ, that war was waged


For us that Blood was fpilt
For us Thy veft was purple dyed,
While warning out our guilt.

Our

ftony heart

tender

forfakcn hours

woes.

take away,

To weep for Thee, Who wept for


To bleed, fince Thou haft bled.

us,

VI.

c affliction

mourn,

As Thou haft mourned in ours


May we attend Thee in the pangs

Of Thy

Thy

fpirit fried,

III.

Thi

to

V.

mf For

in

tread,
;

callous people faw the ftrife,

And

are ftained.

II.

p May we

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To

lean

blifs

of

upon Thy

The Angel of Thy


p

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take us to

Thy

redeemed,

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Was ever forrow like to Thine ?
Oh 'tis Thy Father's love to us,

fet their trace,

Await the hands that pluck the hair


From fhame He hideth not His Face
What wrong too vile for fcorn to dare
;

ploughers

make

their

Scant pity do the fmiters

His Frame

is

weak,

furrows long

know

their

angels weep, they ftart not

arms are ftrong.

p
Good Lord
Our tears

all

Thy

In hope on

To

we

there

fufFer in

is

Thy woes

are fried to fwell

Thine

Own

When Thou art fcourged, we feel the blows


When anguifhed, echo back Thy groan.
Thy

bitter pangs,

travails fore diftreft,

Thee our fpirit hangs


Thee our Eafter

reach with

VI.
!

VII.

While thus we mare


In

up

none:
My Father, take away this cup
Yet not My will, but Thine be done !"
craveft fuccour

blow

receives the cruel

Though
Thou
<f

III.

The

divine.

V.

cheeks, where tears have

His back

thus?

That pours on Thee His wrath

II.

The

:^=^=^:
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pp

weary, guiltlefs Head


for angry, taunting foes

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is it

fee a

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naught to you that tread


Along this path of fighs and woes,
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O MOURN, THOU RIGID STONE!


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that love hath borne,


In anguifh will I weep;

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rigid ftone,

rocks, let tears arife,

lights celeftial,

p For love of man

He

My

moan,

Ye winds, break forth


Behold earth's Glory finking

cres.

faft

breathes His

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The

in fighs

The mercy

My

laft

He

love's refiftlefs

dies',

Dark
cres.

foul to love

m/Goy

Sion, go and fee,

From honored

power!

oh, bitter hour!

What

mortal could conceive the thought


For finncrs God to death is brought

p
pp

Thy

Now

flain

beneath the darkened

force of love there glows

In Jesus as

How
As

He

dies

fore the Itrefs

fufFring

all

of woes,

He

thorn!

Bridegroom wail with flowing eyes,

V.

w/'What

JefTe born,

Thy King abafed for thee,


And crowned with cruel

oh, cruel crime!


fight!

IV.

Sacrifice fublime

To

woe fo deep
woe and love
and woe mall move.

of that

II.

mf Q

grievous mourn,

caufe of

lies

p Then mourn, unlcfs thy heart is (lone


cres. Return His love with all thine own.

fkies.

ACCORDING TO THY GRACIOUS WORD.


No. 122

STfjUtStiag tefOte ISaSter, or Holy Communion.

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According to Thy
In meek humility,
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will I do,

I will

my

gracious word,

dying Lord,

remember Thee.

for

my

fake,

III.

pp

there

Thy

eyes,

muft remember Thee.

V.

Bread from Heaven fhall be


Thy teftamental cup I take,
p And thus remember Thee.

Or

C>

My

p Gethfemane can

When to the Crofs I turn mine


And reft on Calvary,
O Lamb of God, my facrifice

II.

mf Thy Body, broken

IV.

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forget.

conflict fee,

Thine agony and bloody fweat,


And not remember Thee ?

mf Remember Thee, and all Thy


And all Thy love to me

pains,

/ Yes,

while a breath, a pulfe remains,

Will

remember Thee.
VI.

p And when thefe failing lips grow dumb,


And mind and memory flee,
When Thou fhalt in Thy Kingdom come
pp Good Lord, remember me
!

SWEET THE MOMENTS, RICH IN

BLESSING.

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Low before the Crofs to lie


When I fee Divine companion

Floating in His languid eye.

IV.

II.
fit,

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and health, and peace poflefling,


From the finner's dying Friend.

I'll

ii

III.

before the Crofs

for ever viewing

Mercy's ftreams

.ol

Life,

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dreams of blood

Precious drops, my foul bedewing,


Plead and claim my peace with God.

find my heaven,
Here
While upon the Lamb I gaze;
Loving much for much forgiven,
Ever retting on His grace.
it is I

V.

p Love and grief my heart dividing,


With my tears His feet I'll bathe
Conftant frill, in faith abiding,
Life deriving from His death.

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Ye

dark Gethfemane,

that feel the Tempter's

p
power

Your Redeemer's conflict fee,


Watch with Him one bitter hour
cres. Turn not from His griefs away
p Learn of Him to w atch and pray.
dim.

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Calvary's mournful mountain view

Made

fee,

a facriflce for you,

Dying on

th' accurfed Tree


" It is finished !" hear Him cry
p Learn of Jesus Christ to die.

cres.

IV.

II.

Him at the Judgment-hall,


Beaten, bound, reviled, arraigned
Mark Him meekly bearing all
Mark the pangs His foul fuftained

p Early to the tomb repair,


Where they laid His breathlefs

p See

fuffering, fhame, or lofs

p Learn of Christ

There the Lord of Glory

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hath taken
is

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their vigils there

rif'n

p Saviour, teach us

fo to rife.

fldes

THE

ON CALVARY'S HEIGHT.

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/ The Crofs, upraifcd on Calv'ry's


The dead Redeemer's bier,

From which

And

hid

the fun

him

withdrew

height,

cres.

We

cling to that atoning Tree,

Whence we had gone

We reft our
O caft us

his light,

No more, O Lord, mail darkly frown,


/"But ever mine in mercy down.

cres.

IV.

II.

that facrcd

w/Wc love Thee, Lord, our


We plead Thy BlefTcd

Wood,

We now

pad relief;
would kneel in farrow there

Do Thou

each kneeling finncr fpare.

fuff'ring

V.
p Then loathe

thyfclf,

difown thy deeds,

As if difcardcd drofs,
Uproot the bcft like worthlcfs weeds,
Vaunt nothing favc the Crofs;

cres.

f\x
pp

flood thy

Low

fins forfakc

Death
Thy wand'rcrs to Thy bofom take,
Breathe o'er them living breath
eres. For Thou haft won them fwcet releafc,
/Thy Crofs is pardon, light, and peace.

DifTolved in bitter grief,


Dejected, broken-hearted, flood,

Their

on Thee,

not away
Thy precious Blood, of namelefs price,
Hath flowed our coftly Sacrifice.

as in fear,

p The Marys, round

aflray,

earneft hopes

thy flar on high:


by the Crofs, and die.

llafF,

lay thee

MY

GOD,

LOVE THEE, YET MY LOVE

Deus, ego amo Te.

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all

my

Thou

guilt

w/Then why mould I not


Thy wondrous love no
ire

the earth,

It

fills

It

melts the heart,

That

I,

a (inner,

and all for me,


might be free.

it fills
it

love Thee well


lip can tell

the ikies,

never

dies.

'Tis not for fake of heav'nly joy,

Nor fearing Thou fhouldft me deftroy,


Not drawn by any hoped reward,
That I would love Thee, gracious Lord
:

VI.

III.

Thou haft endured unnumbered woes,


The fweat of blood, the thorns, the throes,
itfelf,

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V.

on the Tree
embraced me,
haft

For me haft borne the nails, the fpear,


Unmeafured fcorn, the burning tear.

Yea, death

II.

Jesu,

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love

Springs not from hope of blifs above,


Nor fince, who love Thee not, Thine
Doth punifh with eternal fire.

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love Thee, yet

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that

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And

Who

with

Thou
all

my

firft

lovedft me,

foul love

Thee,

Thee, love Thee alone,


King, my God, my own,

will love
art

my

WHEN

SURVEY THE WONDROUS CROSS.

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Behold His head, His hands, His feet


Flow love and forrow mingled down!
Did e'er fuch love and forrow meet,
Or thorns compofe fo rich a crown ?

I furvey the wondrous Crofs,


which the Prince of Glory died,
My richer! gain I count but lofs,
And pour contempt on all my pride.

On

IV.

II.

mf

it,

Lord,

in the

that

mould

death of Christ,

boaft,

my God

All thofe vain things, that charm


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them

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all

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That were a prefent far too fmall


Love fo amazing, fo divine,
Demands my foul, my life, my all.
;

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or General.

NOW WOUNDED.
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Sacred Head now wounded,


grief and fhame weighed down,
!

With

Now

Sacred Head

What

blifs till

joy can ne'er be fpoker.

When

Thine only Crown

thorns,

The

Above

fcornfully furrounded

With
cres.

What glory,
now was Thine

in

I thus

dim.

all

with

Lord of my

Yet, though defpifed and gory,


I joy to call Thee mine.
II.

Was

all for finners'

haft fuffered

gain

Oh

Thy

place

Look on me with Thy


Vouchfafe

to

defiring

favor,

me Thy

p Be near me when I'm dying

ere*.

life,

IV.

Lord,

Mine, mine was the tranfgreflion,


But Thine the deadly pain.
Lo here I fall, my Saviour
'Tis I deferve

broken

fafety hide.

Thy glory now to fee,


Befide Thy Crofs expiring,
I'd breathe my foul to Thee.

mf What Thou, my

joys befide,

Thy Body

grace.

And
cres.

to

mew Thy Crofs to me;


my fuccour flying,

Come, Lord, and

fet

me

free

When

ftrength and comfort langui


Amidft the final throe,

Releafe

me from my

Bv Thine

Own

anguifh

rain and wr.

28.

BY THE CROSS, SAD VIGIL KEEPING.


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z^Who, with Jesu's Mother gazing


On His paffion, fo amazing,

the Crofs, fad vigil keeping,

Stood the mournful Mother weeping,

Where
cres,

ho

Born of woman, would not weep


p Who, on Jesu's Mother thinking-,

her Son in torture hung:

her foul His anguifh fharing,

From thofe horrors


Would not fliare

Bitter load of forrow bearing,

By

the fword

pierced and wrung.

is

Oh

Now
Of
cres.

How
How

how

fad

was

fhe, that

and fore

never fhrinking,
her forrow deep?

IV.

II.

p For His people's fins afflicted,


She beheld Him bound, convicted,
Now with thorns and fcourges rent

diftrefsed

Mother blefsed
One!

the fole-begotten

pp Saw

mourned, how flic grieved,


with trembling (lie perceived
Crufhcd with woe, her glorious Son
fhe

Him

Till

His

V.

mf Fountain of divine affection,


May I feel her deep dejection,
With
cres.

her griefs in fad accord

my heart, with ardor glowing.


With Thy love be ever flowing,
Clofcly knit to Thee, my Lord!
Let

as

He

lingered dying,

All forlorn, in anguifh crying,


fpirit forth

He

fent.

29

OVERWHELMED BENEATH A LOAD OF


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a load of grief,

With cruel fcorn aflailed,


Our dear Redeemer on the Crofs,
In bitter pain is nailed.
Sore wounded, from His hands and feet
Outflows a fount of blood

Sun, moon, and ftars withdraw their light


See ftartled nature pale
Then, ranfomed finners, fhare the woe ;
Your Saviour's death bewail.
[n mourning Hand beneath the Crofs
!

His limbs, His breaft, are fteeped


In that moft facred flood.

His

face,

Anoint thofe feet fo fair


bathe them with a flood of tears,
And wipe them with your hair.
IV.

II.

weeps, He prays, He groans, He dies


His Mother's ftricken heart
ruthlefs fword hath deeply pierced,

He

With

agonizing fmart.

The graves are opened, rocks are rent


The land, the ocean make
The temple's veil is torn in twain
All hear the cry, and quake.

////"Thou, Sacrifice of deathlefs love,

Haft warned the finner white,


by Thy life-imparting blood,

And

Made

us the fons of light.

Then, Jesu, be our peace and

joy,

Our life, our precious prize


Our lamp to lead us on the path,
Our crown above the fkies.
;

WE

THE PRAISE OF HIM WHO

SING

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The meafure and the pledge of love


The tinner's refuge here below,
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light.

AND DID MY SAVIOUR BLEED?

ALAS!

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And fhut his glories in,

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MEEK AND LOWLY.


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are dreaming,
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love relying,

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IV.

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Parglon free beftowing.

crying.

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mf Prince

My

of

life

and power,

cres.

falvation's tower,

On

the Crofs I view Thee ;


Calling finners to Thee.

Fountain rich in blefling,


Christ's dear love expreffing,
Thou my aching fadnefs

Turned

into gladnefs.

VI.

III.

There behold me gazing


At the fight amazing
dim. Falling down before Thee,

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cres.

in

mercy guide me-

Be Thou e'er befide me,


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Could give the guilty confcience peace.


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hand

Head of Thine,

While, like a penitent,


there confefs

I ftand,

my

fin.

IV.

My

But Christ, the heavenly Lamb,


Takes all our fins away

A facrifice

would

that dear

II.

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III.

I.

back to fee
burdens Thou didft bear,
When hanging on the curfed Tree,
And hopes her guilt was there.
foul looks

The

of nobler name,
richer blood than they.

V.

Believing,

To

We

we

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fee the curfe

blefs the

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Org.*

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No.

Hark

III.

the voice of love and

mercy

w/Finimed

Of

Sounds aloud from Calvary


See

it

rends the rocks in funder,

Shakes

"

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the earth,
It

is

and

veils the

fky

Saviour

cry.

"

Oh

what joyance
Do thefe wondrous words afford
Heavenly bleffings, without meafure,
Flow to us from Christ the Lord:
!"
"It is finiflied
Saints, the dyin words record.
It is finiflied

all

all

that

God

had promifed

Death and hell no more (hall awe


" It is finiflied "
Saints, from hence your comfort draw.
!

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II.
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the types and fhadows


the ceremonial law

Finifhed

"

finiflied

the dying

35

I.

IV.
harps anew, ye Seraphs
Join the triumph to proclaim
All on earth, and all in heaven,
Join to praife the Saviour's name
Hallelujah!
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Glory to the bleeding Lamb

Tune your

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GLORY! GLORY! LORD, TO THEE,


Viva

viva

Geju.

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Didft, amid the fharpefl: pains,
Pour Thy blood from ftreaming
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Claiming vengeance from the

p
veins.

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Jesu's blood, our bleft releafe,


Pleads for mercy, pardon, peace.

II.

Jesu's blood, with merit rife,


Flows, the foul's immortal life

its

praife, exalted high,

Rings through

Blefsed be

His gracious

love,

Heaven

Pafling

below, above

Sinking 'neath

all

earth,

rejoices,

and mounts the

trembles Hell,

its

broken

fpell.

VI.

III.

/When

Evermore the fong we


This, His precious blood we praife
Which redeemed from endlefs pain
raife

Sinners, held in Death's domain.

us, then, in concert fing

ffhet
Every earned power bring
Chanting this thrice-glorious flood
Jesu's ever facred blood

fk y,

FOR EVER HERE MY REST SHALL

BE.

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Thy

reft fhall be,

II.

dying Saviour, and

Thou Fount

Me

for guilt

my God,
and

fin,

Thy blood,
and keep me clean.

ever fprinkle with

And

cleanfe,

III.

cres.

O wafh me, make me thus Thine Own


O wafh me mine Thou art
O wafh me not my feet alone,
My hands, my head, my heart.
!

IV.

mf Th'

atonement of

Thy

Till faith to fight

Till

hope

And

all

blood apply,

improve;

in full fruition die,

my

foul be love.

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Human

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Death mall be defpoiled to-morrow
Of the prey he grafps to-night \
taunts,

the cell that holds


in brief repofe He lies
(till

While
Deep the flumber

that enfolds

But

that

toil, fo fierce

IV.
All night long, with plaintive voicing,

Chant His requiem

Him,
:

was o'er
and dread,

Bruifed and crufhed the ferpent's head.

Him pp

Veiled awhile from mortal eyes


Slumber fuch as needs mufl: be
After hard-won victory.

did foul and body languish,

Till the toil of death

II.

Clofe and

Fierce and deadly was the anguifh,


Which on yonder Crofs He bore

How

p Yet once more to feal his doom,


Christ mufl: fleep within the tomb.

THE SORROW.

PAIN,

faster ffibw.

p All

foft and low ;


rejoicing
loud
cres. Loftier ftrains of
From to-morrow's harps mail flow
ff " Death and hell at length are flain,
Christ hath triumphed, Christ doth

reign

WEEPING AS THEY GO THEIR WAY.


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Their dear Lord in earth to lay,
Late at even who are they ?
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p All

cres.

II.

Thefe are they, who watched to

Where He hung
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th'

fee

agony,
accurfed Tree.
in

pp Leave we, deep His grave within,


Shame, and doubt, and every fin,
Would we rife His crown to win.
VI.

III.

pp All

in the tomb
He, as in Death's dark womb,
the dawn of Eafter come.

is

Sleeps
Till

over

mf Glory

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Lord Who

gave

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All from fin and death to fave.

RESTING FROM HIS

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Let me hew Thee, Lord, a

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Where, in pure embalmed cell
None but Thou may ever dwell.
In

beneath the fealed ftone.

this

IV.

II.

Late that mournful eve was fcen,


Spent with watch, the Magdalene
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Eafter-day with joy is come
To the tenants of the tomb.

mf Death and

here,

To

Hell are defolate ;


the brazen gate
Broken are the bonds of death,
For our Jesus triumpheth.
Shattered

V.

II.

lives, He lives for aye ;


Death's dark fhadows melt away
Hell hath tried the Lord to hold
Hell defeated we behold.

Jesus

III.

Death, and Hell, and fhades of night,


Cannot hold the Lord of light
/Our great Captain triumphs well,
He hath burfl the bars of Hell.

mf

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ye faints, with one accord,


Join the triumph of the Lord*
Bruifed is the Serpent's head ;
Jesus lives, and Death is dead.
VI.

ff Death is dead, for Jesus lives


Gift of life to all He gives ;
Jesus died that death might die
Jesus wins the victory.

AGAIN THE LORD OF LIFE AND LIGHT


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pow'rs of darknefs leagued in vain


bind His foul in death

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the kindling ray,

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Unfeals the eyelids of the morn,


And pours increafing day.

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their

With His

kingdom when

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expiring breath.

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p Oh what a night was that, which wrapt


The heathen world in gloom
!

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ftill

for erring, guilty

Brother's pity flows


And ftill His bleeding heart is touched
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what a Sun, which broke this day,


Triumphant from the tomb
!

VI.

III.

Ten

thoufand difPring

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hail this

Which

To

fcatters

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mall join

welcome morn,
bleffings from its wings

nations yet unborn.

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Thee, my Saviour, and my King,


Glad homage let me give,

And

ftand prepared like

With Thee

that I

Thee

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THE BANQUET OF THE LAMB


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of white arrayed

The Lord is now our Pafchal


Our Pafchal Lamb, from death

us, in robes

The Red

Sea paft, then let us fing


ToCHRiST,our great andglorious King!
II.

For

fouls, to Sin

love divine, with

Our

loving Prieft for us hath given


His precious Body, food from Heaven.

VI.

Where blood is on the lintels poured,


The Angel drops his deadly fword
:

Flies fundered ocean, while the foe


Is

fwallowed

and Satan dead.

V.
Victim from the {tarry ikies,
Beneath Thy feet Hell vanquifhed lies
The chains of death are burft in twain,
The prize of Life is won again.

III.
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releafed,

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mercy rife,
blood,
the cup of life
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P His

Sincerity's unleavened

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now

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His banners Jesu hath

depths below.

VII.

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us never, ne'er to cloy,

free us,

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difplayed,

Unveiling, with extinguifhed ray,


The Prince of Darknefs to the day.

now

death of

this blefled
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endured, Hallelujah

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did once upon the Crofs, Hallelujah


Suffer to redeem our lofs. Hallelujah

above the fky He's King, Hallelujah!


Where the Angels ever fing Hallelujah

IV.

II.

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of praife then let us fing, Hallelujah


Unto Christ our heavenly King, Hallelujah
Who endured the Crofs and grave, Hallelujah
Sinners to redeem and save. Halleluiah

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God

above, Hallelujah!
Hallelujah
Praife Him, all ye heavenly hoft, Hallelujah
Father, Son, and Holy Ghost! Hallelujah!
to our

Praife eternal as His love

ANGELS, ROLL THE ROCK AWAY.


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Sing, ye heavens, and earth reply.

V.

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Fought the fight, the battle won

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Lord

our Sun's eclipfe is o'er


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the ftone, the watch, the feal

of earth and heaven

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Thee we greet triumphant now
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finners

What foe on us fhall lay


The charge of fin and

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Captivity is captive led,
Since Jesus liveth that was dead.

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Roufe us from this our mortal bed,

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And crave from Him celeftial
Within His Palace

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VI.

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Accurfed Hell's devouring depths


Refign their wrefted prey
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ye fad and fearful -hearted,

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Lent's long fhadows have departed,

All His woes are over now


All the paflion that He bore,
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The wondrous growth unfeen,


The hopes that foothe, the fears that brace,
The love that mines ferene.
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p Our hope, when Autumn winds blew wild, p So grant the precious things brought forth
By fun and moon below,
We trufted, Lord, with Thee
That Thee in Thy new heaven and earth
And ftill, now Spring has on us fmiled,

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The Summer fun and air,

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Son of Man, to Thee we cry


By the wondrous myftery

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Of Thy dwelling here on earth,


By Thy pure and holy birth,
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Thou our Light and Saviour be

Prince of life, to Thee we cry


By Thy glorious Majefty,

By Thy triumph o'er the grave,


By Thy pow'r to help and fave,
Lord, Thy prefence let us fee

Thou

our Light and Saviour be


IV.

II.

Lamb of God, to Thee we cry


By Thy bitter agony,
By Thy pangs to us unknown,
By Thy Spirit's parting groan,
Lord, Thy prefence let us fee!
Thou our Light and Saviour be

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of glory,

God mod

high,

exalted to the fky,

With Thy love our bofom fill


Help us to perform Thy will,
Then fhall we Thy glory fee,
Heaven our home, and we with Thee.

THE SACRED DAY HATH BEAMED.


Optatus votis omnium.

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undone,

IV.

Shut

faft

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fheds on

womb,

Virgin's

fhame, and fcourge, and Crofs,


then a throne refume

Name

tread the courts of

Heaven.

Let Angels deign with us


A common joy to fhare,

VIII.

all

Eden back,
by Adam's fall.

that a Child,

That while His prefence they behold,


We {till are found His care.

the clouds,

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Before His Father He prefents


The mortal palm He won.

He

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our Redeemer's

To

III.

Sweet hope

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All thanks and praife be given,


That He hath borne our mortal fhape

feat

The mighty battle gained^


The world's great prince

flings the gates

^=^

fuffer

And

His glad return to greet.

Upborne above

-^

VI.

on high afcends,

Once more

Of earthly

II.

Celeftial

pz

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/;?/The facred day hath beamed.


That day of dear defires,
When Christ, our God, our Hope, uprofe
To meet the Heav'nly choirs.

/The Lord

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p May we, while waiting Christ,


To heav'nly works arife,
And ever live fuch faintly lives,

That we may reach

the fkies

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IV.

I.

the day that fees Him rife


Ravifhed from our wifhful eyes
Christ, awhile to mortals given,
Re-afcends His native Heaven.

/ Hail

Still for

them

He

intercedes

His prevailing death He pleads


Near Himfelf prepares their place^
Saviour of the human race.

II.

jff

There the glorious triumph waits


" Lift your heads, eternal gates
!

Wide
Take

unfold the radiant fcene


King of Glory in!"

the

Still

He

Though
Still

He

higheft

Heaven

loves the earth

He

receives,

leaves

returning to His throne,


calls

Ever upward let us move,


Wafted on the wings of love
Looking when our Lord fhall come,
Longing, panting

after

home.

VI.

III.

mf Him though

cres.

mankind His Own.

ff There we fhall with Thee remain,


Partners of Thy endlefs reign
There Thy face unclouded fee,
Find our heaven of heavens in Thee.
;

O CHRIST,

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WHO

ft IKfMiOllstfce. or General.

LIFTED TO THE SKY.

Nobis 0l

redditUS

No.

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I.

/O

Christ,

Who,

lifted to the fky,

mp Our

Oh

eyes unveiled, in blifsful

Shall view Thee,

Prepareft us a feat on high,


Sad exiles from the land above,

ftate,

Oh how good how great


!

On Thee our ceafelefs love mall pour,


And Thee our ceafelefs fong adore.

draw us home with cords of love.

IV.

II.

Of every good the Fountain, Lord,


Thou foon malt be our rich reward
What lafting joys mall then remain,
To match Thy people's briefer!: pain

p Thou

ne'er doft quit a favoured race


In pledge of Thy redeeming grace,
fend Thy Spirit from Thy throne,
To take and feal us for Thine Own.

O
V.

/ Thou

coming Judge of every tribe,


all praife do we afcribe,

To Thee

Whom

with the Father we adore,


Spirit evermore.

And Holy

OUR LORD
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is

rifen

mf

from the dead,

The Saviour is gone up on high,


The pow'rs of hell are captive led,
Dragged

to the portals

Who the King of Glory Who


^The Lord, that all His foes o'ercame,
is

The

world,

And

of the fky.

fin,

Jesus

is

up your heads, ye heavenly gates


everlafting doors, give

death, and hell o'erthrew,


the Conqu'ror's name."

w/Lo! His triumphant chariot waits.


And angels chant the folemn lay

mf There His triumphant chariot waits^


And angels chant the folemn lay
Ye

V.

II.

Lift

ss

IV.

i.

way

/"

Lift

Ye

up your

heads, ye heavenly gates.'

everlafting doors, give

way

!"

VI.

III.
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wide unfold th' etherial (bene
He claims these manfions as His right;
Receive the King of Glory in

Loofe

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mf

Who

King of Glory r Who ?


of glorious pow'r poffefled,
The King of faints, and angels too,
God over all for ever bleft."
is

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/The Lord

THOU ART GONE UP ON

HIGH.
No. 162.

asCeitStOn=titie, or General.

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/Thou

/ Thou art gone up on high


To manlions in the Ikies,
And round Thy throne unceafingly
The fongs of praife arife.
p But we

Lord

fin

fend

And

Through

To

and care opprefled


promifed Comforter,

Thy

lead

lis

to

Thy

art

earth's

gone up on high;

But Thou

With
p
cres.

all

fhalt

come

again,

the bright ones of the fky

Attendant in Thy train.


by Thy faving power
So make us live and die,

That we may
_/~At

firit

come down,

moft bitter mifery

pafs unto

III.

art

didft

Thy crown

But only let that path of tears


cres. Lead us at laft to Thee

reft]

/Thou

gone up on high

Thou

mf And girt with griefs" and fears


Our onward courfe mull be

are ling'ring here,

With
cres.

p But

Thy

ftand, in that

right

dread hour.

hand on high

REJOICE

THE LORD

KING.

IS

No.

SlgCeitBiOttztrtie, or General.

63

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III.

I.

/Rejoice the Lord is King,


Your Lord and King adore
Give thanks, ye mortals fing

mfHc fits

triumph evermore
/fLift up your heart, lift up your voice;
!

Rejoice, again I fay, rejoice

at

God's right hand,

His foes fubmit,


And bow to His command,
And fall beneath His feet
/Lift up your heart, lift up your voice;
Till

And

all

Rejoice, again I fay, rejoice

/Jesus the Saviour

IV.

II.

The God of
When He had

mfHc

reigns,

truth and love

all

His

Shall

all

foes fhall quell,

our

fins deflroy,

And

every bofom fwcll


With pure fcraphic joy :
/Lift up your heart, lift up your voice

purged our ftains,


He took His feat above
Lift up your heart, lift up your voice
Rejoice, again I fay, rejoice!

Rejoice, again I fay, rejoice

V.
/Rejoice

in glorious

hope;

Jesus the Judge fhall come,


And take His fcrvants up

To

their eternal

/"Lift up your heart,

home:

lift

up your voice

Rejoice, again I fay, rejoice

THE HEAD, THAT ONCE WAS CROWNED WITH


THORNS.
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or General.

No.

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p The Head, that once was crowned with


thorns,

p To them the Crofs, with all its fhame,


With all its grace, is given
cres. Their name an everlafting name,
;

crowned with glory now


royal diadem adorns
The mighty Victor's brow.

Is

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cres.

m S*

Their joy the joy of heaven.

II.

/ The
Is

higher!: place that

His,

'he

And

is

p They

heaven affords

His by right

King of kings, and Lord of lords,"


heaven's eternal light.

with their

reign with

Th P rofi *
${
The m

Lord

Him

below,

above

and
J?? t0
ft"!
T
His
of
love '
?

know

VI.

III.

The joy of all who dwell above,


The joy of all below,
To whom He manifefts His love,
And grants His Name to know.

fuffer

They

Crofs He bore is life and health,


p Though fhame and death to Him
His people's hope, His people's wealth,
ff Their everlafting theme.

/ The

THY GLORIOUS WORK, O


aacenaionstfoe,

Opus

or General.

peregijli

CHRIST,

N 0#

Tuum.

work, O Christ,
waged with death is

glorious

The battle
Thou erlt didft

leave

5^

IV.

I.

yTHY

DONE.

IS

Thy

But heaven demands Thee

is

and Pleader, Fount of Peace,


p
That blood, which brought us bleft releafe,
Which gufhed from out Thine heart of love,

done!

won

{tarry throne,

now

its

Prieft,

Thou

own!

liv'it to

offer there above.

V.

II.

With

clouds of fplendor

Thou

look'ft

now

arrayed,

on earth below Thee laid


Now darted from their diftant pofts,
Attend their King unnumbered holts

cres.

'Tis thence
Is

Thy

Church,

Thy

ever nourifhed, beautified

Thy members,
Are with Thy

fpotlefs Bride,

thence with life infpired,


hidden Spirit fired.

vr.

III.

AiTcmbled heav'n in wonder waits


Fly ope the everlafting gates
GoD-man, amid the pealing fky,
Thou tak'ft the Father's feat on high

mf Great Head where'er Thou doft precedr,


Thy Body thither doft Thou lead
p Oh may we never fwerve nor (tray,
!

But walk where


VII.

Thee, O Jesu, praife be giv'n,


Returned in triumph into heav'n!
The Father, Spirit, wc adore
Till time fliall ceafc, for evermore

ffTo

Thou

haft

marked the way.

HARK! TEN THOUSAND HARPS AND

VOICES.
No.

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I.

/Hark!

ten thoufand harps and voices


Sound the note of praife above ;

Jesus reigns, and heaven rejoices


Jesus reigns, the God of love!
See,

He

fits

/"King of

glory, reign for ever!

Thine an everlafting crown


Nothing from Thy love fhall fever
Thofe whom Thou haft made Thine Own.
!

objects of Thy grace,


Deftined to behold Thy face

Happy

on yonder throne

Jesus rules the world alone

IV.

II.

mf Come,

ye faints, unite your praifes


With the angels round the throne
Soon, we hope, our Lord will raife us

Whither

Meet
Glory

it is
!

He

that

Himfelf

we

is

gone

fhould fing,

glory to our

King

Thy

appearing;
bring the glorious day,
When, the awful fummons hearing,
Heaven and earth fhall pafs away
Then with golden harps we'll fing,

/^/"Saviour, haften

Bring, oh

/Glory

glory to our

King

SEE

THE CONQU'ROR MOUNTS

TRIUMPH

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No.

&0CMl3tO1t=trtre, or General.

m
the ConquVor mounts in triumph
See the King in royal state,
Riding on the clouds, His chariot,
To His heav'nly palace gate
p Hark the choirs of angel voices
cres. Joyful Hallelujahs sing,
/And the portals high are lifted
To receive their heav'nly King

/ See

IV.

w/ Now our heav'nly Aaron enters


With His blood within the veil;
/Joshua now is come to Canaan,
And the kings before Him quail;
p
cres.

Now He

plants the tribes of Israel


In their promised resting-place;
Now our great Elijah offers
Double portion of His grace.

V.

this that

of battles, God of armies,


has gained the victory
p He, Who on the Cross did suffer,
cres. He, Who from the grave arose,
/ He has vanquished sin and Satan,
He by death has spoiled His foes.

/ Lord
ff

He

at

JZ2.

fw/Thou hast raised our human nature


In the clouds to God's right hand

comes in glory,
With the trump of Jubilee?
is

67.

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II.

w/Who

/There we

sit in

heav'nly places,

There with Thee in glory stand


P Jesus reigns, adored by angels;
cres.

ff

Man

with

God

Mighty Lord,

We

in

is

on the throne:

Thine Ascension

by faith behold our own.


MB

VI.,

III.

p While He raised His hands in blessing


He was parted from His friends
cres. While their eager eyes behold Him,
/ He upon the clouds ascends
tnf He, Who walked with God, and pleased Him,
Preaching truth and doom to come,
/ He, our Enoch, is translated
To His everlasting home.
;

up from' earth to heaven


Give us wings of faith and love
Gales of holy aspiration,
Wafting us to realms above
p That with hearts and minds uplifted,
cres. We with Christ our Lord may dwell,
/ Where He sits enthroned in glory,
ff In His heav'nly citadel.

Lift us

WHEN GOD OF OLD CAME DOWN FROM HEAVEN.

IV.

I.

/When God

/And,

of old came down from

V.

So,

when

the Spirit of our

Came down, His

the fecond time,

power and love


morning prime,
Hovered His Holy Dove.

came

cres.

in

Voice

from

rufhing,

that rufhed

Heaven was heard

mighty wind.
VI.

III.
fires,

on

Sinai

/It

down,

the

fills

The

In fudden torrents dread,


Now gently light, a golden crown,
On every fainted head.

dim.

Only

No

Church of God,

world around
ftubborn hearts and

in

place for

it is

found.

VII.
!

Let us not mifs


Save^

th'

accepted hour

Lord, by love

it fills

finful

p Come, Lord come Wifdom, Love, and Power


Open our ears to hear
Cres.

God

flock to find,

abroad,

Softer than gale at

/ The

to hear,

Thrilled from the deep, dark cloud

II.

He

IfraePs awe-ftruck ear

The Voice, exceeding loud,


The trump, that angels quake

Heaven,
In power and wrath He came
Before His feet the clouds were riven,
Half darknefs and half flame.

p But when He came

on

as

or fear.

wills

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; ';

BLEST SOURCE OF MERCY, TRUTH,


aapstmirag.

AND

LOVE.
No. 169,

f-^-^-

mf Blest

fried

Source of mercy, truth, and love,

Thine

influence

from above

And ftill from age to age convey


The wonders of this facred day.
II.

fin

every clime, by every tongue,


furpafTing glory fung
Let all the liftening earth be taught
The wonders by our Saviour wrought.

Be God's

III.

Unfailing Comfort, heavenly Guide,


Still o'er Thy holy Church prcfide
Still let mankind Thy bleflings prove,
Bleft Source of mercy, truth,

and love.

IV.

/O holy

Father, holy Son,

And Holy Spirit, Three in One,


Thy grace devoutly we implore
Thy Name be praifed for evermore

COME! HOLY
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Holy Spirit, come


bright beams arife
Thy
Let

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Our doubts and

And

Difpel the darknefs from our minds,

And

at

III.

I.

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No. 170.

ope our clouded eyes.

fears

remove

IV.

II.

Cheer our defponding

'Tis

hearts,

Thine

To

Thou

heavenly Paraclete
dim. Give us to lie with humble hope
At our Redeemer's feet.

To

to cleanfe the heart,

fanctify the foul,

pour

frefh life in every part,

And

new-create the whole.

V.

Then dwell within our hearts


Our minds from bondage free
we fhall know, and praife, and
Then
f
The Father, Son, and Thee

cres.

kindle in our breads the flame


Of never-dying love.

love

COME, HOLY

HEAVENLY DOVE.

SPIRIT,

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III.

I.

In vain we tune our formal fongs,


In vain we drive to rife

mf Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove,


With all Thy quick'ning powers,
And light a flame of facred love

Hofannas languifh on our tongues,

And

In thefe cold hearts of ours.

our devotion

dies.

IV.

II.

Look, how we grovel here below,

p Dear Lord, and fhall we ever lie


At this poor dying rate ?
Our love fo faint, fo cold to Thee,
And Thine to us fo great

Allured to trifling toys


fouls can neither fly, nor go,
;

Our

To

ff

H ^

reach eternal joys.

/Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove,


With all Thy quick'ning powers
!

Come, fned abroad

And

that fhall

Saviour's love,
quicken ours.
a

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HOLY GHOST, WITH LIGHT

DIVINE.
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I.

ta/Holy Ghost, with

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light divine,

cres.

Shine upon this heart of mine


Chafe the fhades of night away,
Turn the darknefs into day
!

Holy Ghost,

with joy divine


Cheer this faddened heart of mine
Yield a facred, fettled peace
;

Let

grow, and

it

{till

increafe.

II.

Let
Let

me
me

Shew

fee

my

all

His

Saviour's

thofe glorious truths to

Which

Holy

face,

are only

Spirit,

Dwell within

beauties trace

me

/ Can:

all

VI.

III.

with pow'r divine,


Cleanfe this guilty heart of mine ;
In Thy mercy pity me ;

me from my bondage

of mine

down

every idol throne ;


Reign fupreme, and reign alone

known by Thee.

p Holy Ghost,

Set

divine,

this heart

free.

See

Shed
cres.

to

Thee

Thy

life

yield

my

heart

through every part

Temple pure I fain would


Wholly dedicate to Thee.

be,

COME, HOLY GHOST, OUR SOULS INSPIRE.


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cres.

No.

Ven '^ Creator %<"""'

or General.

fouls infpire,

And lighten with celeftial fire


Thou the Anointing Spirit art,
Who doft Thy fevenfold gifts impart.

Is

IV.

from above,
and fire of love

mf

blefsed unction

comfort,

life,

HI
p Anoint and cheer our foiled face
With the abundance of Thy grace
Keep far our foes, give peace at home
Where Thou art guide no ill can come.

II.

mf Thy

Enable with perpetual light


The dulnefs of our blinded

know

the Father, Son,


Thee, of Both, to be but One
That, through the ages all along,
This may be our endlefs fong

Teach us to

And

fight.

This may

be

our end-lcfs

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BY WHOSE AID.

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No. 174,

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The world's foundations firft were laid,
Coma, vifit every pious mind
Come, pour Thy joys on human kind;
From fin and forrow fet us free,
And make Thy temples worthy Thee
!

p Refine and purge our earthly parts ;


But oh inflame and fire our hearts
Our frailties help, and vice control
Submit the fenfes to the foul
And when rebellious they are grown,
Then lay Thy hand, and hold them down,
!

IV.

II.

mfO

Source of uncreated light


The Father's promifed Paraclete
Thrice holy Fount Thrice holy Fire
Our hearts with heavenly love infpire
come Thy facred unclion bring,
To fanftify us while we fing.

Immortal honours, endlefs fame,


Attend th'Almighty Father's Name
The Saviour-Son be glorified,
Who for loft man's redemption died

And equal adoration be,


Eternal Paraclete, to Thee

OUR BLEST REDEEMER, ERE HE BREATHED.


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breathed

Guide, a Comforter, bequeathed

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P And His

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farewell,

that gentle voice

fpeaks of heaven.

IV.

II.

He

came fweet

influence to impart,

gracious, willing Gueft,

While

He

can find one humble heart

Wherein

to

hear,

fear,

us to dwell,

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tnf

we

breath of even,
That checks each fault, that calms each
foft as

Are His

reft.

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And every virtue we poffefs,


And every vicVry won,
And every thought of holinefs,
alone.

Source of purity and grace,

Our weaknefs, pitying fee


make our hearts Thy dwelling-place,
And meet for Thee

!!:

COME, THOU HOLY

SPIRIT, NIGH.

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people's hearts with light,

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Man

is

prefence ne'er is traced,


nothing fave a wafte,

Nought

is

free

from

ill.

IV.

II.

Thou, of Comforters the

fill

Where Thy

Light of every heart

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Come, Thou Father of the poor,
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belt,

the foul's entrancing Gueft,

Sweet Refreihment near


Wearied toilers' reflful feat,
Softener of the fultry heat,
Solace 'mid the tear

All uncleannefs warn away,


Blefs with dew the thirfty clay,
Heal the bleeding pain
Bend the ftubborn 'neath Thy will,
Warm the bofom dead and chill,

Truant
V.

/Pour upon Thy


Ever leaning on
Sevenfold

faithful race,

Thy

grace,

of love ;
Guerdon bright of virtue fend
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II.

come, spread o'er our heads


foftly foft'ring wing,
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Thy

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But Thou our prayers muft move.

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III.

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of grace
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better

life

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Thou granted quicker than we afk


Thy grace knows no delay.

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Heaven
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is ftill with glory ringing,


Earth takes up the angels' cry,
Holy, holy, holy," ringing,
"Lord of hofts, the Lord moft High!"

IV.

II.

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with its fulnefs ftored
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Holy, holy, holy Lord !"

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Thus conspire we to adore Him,
Bid we thus our anthem flow

Lord, Thy glory

fills the heaven,


with its fulnefs ftored
Unto Thee be glory given,
Holy, holy, holy Lord

Earth

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WE

GIVE IMMORTAL PRAISE.


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our comforts here,


better hopes above

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die for fins

Son
that man had done.
eternal

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And now He

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Name

His work completes

And

fills

the great defign,

the foul with joy divine.

IV.

To God the Son belongs


Immortal glory too,
bought us with His blood
everlafting

the Spirit's

Immortal worfhip give,


Whofe new- creating power
Makes dying finners live

II.

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lives, and now He reigns,


the fruit of all His pains.

ff Almighty God, to Thee


Be endlefs honours done

The undivided Three,


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Where reafon fails with all her powers,
!

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FATHER OF HEAVEN, WHOSE LOVE PROFOUND.


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of heaven, Whofe love profound,


ranfom for our fouls hath found,
Before Thy throne we finners bend

cres.

To

us

Thy

pard'ning love extend.


II.

mf Almighty Son

Incarnate

Word

Prophet, Prieft^ Redeemer, Lord


Before Thy throne we finners bend
To us Thy faving grace extend.

Our
p

cres.

III.

mf

by Whofe breath
from fin and death,
Before Thy throne we finners bend
To us Thy quick'ning power extend.
Eternal Spirit

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cres.

foul

is

raifed

IV.

Father, Spirit, Son


Myfterious Godhead Three in One
Before Thy throne we finners bend

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Holy

lift

to

Thee

chant and pfalm.

II.

mf Light

of lights

And

let

Thy

Lift on us

with morning mine;


light divine

charity benign

Breathe on us her balm.


III.

mf Light of lights when falls the even,


Let it clofe on fin forgiven
dim. Fold us in the peace of heaven ;
!

Shed a holy calm.

pp

IV.

/Three
Dimly

With

in

One, and One in Three,


we worfhip Thee

here

the Saints hereafter

Hope

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to bear the palm.

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are Thine.

Ghost, Whofe guardian care


us for heavenly joys prepare,
we in Thy communion mare.
V.

m/O

Father, uncreated Lord,


Be Thou in every land adored
foul

Thy

love be poured.

Protect us,

Father, here below

Thy mercy, Jesu, may we know


O Holy Ghost, Thy power beftow.
VI.

III.

O Son of God, for finners flain,


We blefsThee, Lord, Whofe dying pain
For us did

endlefs

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to

Thee

HOLY, HOLY, HOLY!


No. 183

JTttttttg, or General.

III.

1.

p Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty


Early in the morning our fong mail rife to Thcc,
p Holy, Holy, Holy merciful and mighty ;
cres. God in Three Pcrfons, Blefsed Trinity
!

cres.

p Holy, Holy, Holy though the darknefs hide Thee,


!

cres.

Though

the eye of finful

man Thy

glory

may

not fee

p Only Thou
cres.

art holy

there

is

none bcfide Thee,

Perfect in power, in love, and purity.

II.

IV.

p Holy, Holy, Holy


Calling

down

all

the Saints adore Thee,

their golden

crowns around the

cres.

Cherubim and Seraphim

falling

down

before

Thcc,

Which

waft, and art,

p Holy, Holy, Holy Lord God Almighty


All Thy works fhall praife Thy Name in earth,
and (ley, and fea
p Holy, Holy, Holy! merciful and mighty!
!

cres.

glafly fca

and evermore

fhalt be.

cres.

God

in

Three Pcrfons,

blefsSd Trinity

THRICE HOLY GOD OF SOVEREIGN MIGHT.


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holy God, of fovereign might


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Fount of everlafting light,
Thrice bleft in joys divine, profound

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people, new-born

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in

from the

Thy

glorious

fkies,

Name;

gains a foretafte of the prize,

Sought out by

faith

with

fteadfaft aim.

II.

Unity for ever true


Truth, Who art for ever One
Love, that blemifh never knew
Of bounteous grace immortal Sun

p Grant, Father, we may do Thy

O
O

Thy

truth,

the clouds their pallfufpend,

To hide thofe unapproached rays,


To which the circling angels bend
In terror, while they burn to gaze.

will;

Son, to us impart;

Our minds with grace, O Spirit, fill,


To follow Thee with all our heart.
VI.

III.

p Round Thee

/Moft holy Father, grant our plea,


And Thou, the Father's only Son,
Thou too, good Spirit, Sacred Three,
For ever

reigning, ever

One

GREAT GOD, WHO IN THY LIGHT DOST


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No. 185

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1.

/Great God Who


;

in

Thy

light doft reft!

Great Trinity, for ever bleft!


Thee avow, in Thee believe,
To Thee with perfect heart we cleave.

We

The Father wholly in the Son


The Son and Father wholly One
With Son and Father ever found,
The Holy Ghost with Both is bound.
;

IV.

II.

The Son and

Father, Thee we blefs!


True God, O Son, we Thee confefs
Thou, Spirit, Chain of heavenly love,

Spirit we proclaim
In Subftance with the Sire the fame,
The Three One Verity moft High;

Doft link the facred Pair above.

The Three One Love

/w/Thrice holy

^"Then

give the

To Son
The

living

While

Father

endlefs'praife

and Spirit glory

raife

God, Who bears the fway,


away

countlefs ages wear

in clofeft tie.

LAMB OF GOD, WHOSE DYING LOVE.


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Hear

all

love.

Saints recall to mind,

us, blefs us

Let us

from above

Thy mercy

find.

II.

Let Thy Blood, to us applied,


Every dinner's pardon feal
;

All in Thee be fanctified

Every

foul

Thy

comfort

feel.

III.

/^>By Thine agony of pain,


By Thy precious Blood, we pray,
Cleanfe our hearts from every ftain,
Take our load of guilt away.
IV.
cres.

Burn1 our bonds, and


Bid our

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No. 186.

fet

us free

and forrows ceafe


dim. Lord, remember Calvary
Saviour, bid us go in peace.
fears

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I.

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unfeen, yet ever near,

We

come, obedient to Thy Word,


feaft on heavenly food,
Our meat, the Body of the Lord,

To

Thy

Prefence may we feel ;


And, thus infpired by holy fear,
Before Thine altar kneel

Our

drink,

His precious Blood.


IV.

II.

mf Here may Thy faithful people know cres. Thus may we all Thy words obey,
For we, O God, are Thine,
The bleflings of Thy love,
And
go rejoicing on our way,
the
defert
flow,
ftreams
thro'
The
that
Renewed
with ftrength divine.
above.
The manna from
V.

/To

Father, Son, and Holy Ghost,


Whom we adore,

The God
Be

glory, as

And

fhall

was, is now,
be evermore.
it

O GOD OF MERCY, GOD OF MIGHT.


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O God of mercy, God of might,


How mould frail finners bear the
If, as

Thy

pow'r

is

p
fight,

furely here,

cres.

Thine open glory fhould appear.

agony of wav'ring thought

When tinners firft fo near are


dare I flay
It is my Maker

My

Saviour

dare

Thy people are allowed


To fcale the mount, and pierce the cloud,
And faith may feed her eager view

nf For now

Sinai never

knew.

Sweet, awful hour

One

The

th'

atoning

the only found,

OfF'ring by turns, on Jesu's part,


The Crofs to every hand and heart.

whom He

foe,

for his daily bread.

us,

Lord,

And when Thy

lies,

That man, His

by

w/Refrefh

facrifice,

May

Him

VI.

world's Creator bleeding

take

turn away

gentle footftep gliding round,

III.

Frefh from

V.

II.

With wonders

brought

bled,

to hold

veil

is

it faft

drawn

at laft,

Let us depart where fhadows ceafe,


With words of blefling and of peace.

TO THY TABLE

JESU,

LED.
No. 189.

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dim.

in penitence

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we

cres.

Fill

p Draw us

kneel,

Wine,
!

to

cres.

Whence

dim.

There our

Thy wounded

Side,

there flowed the healing tide


fins

and forrows hide

VI.

dear Crofs

our

myftic

outpoured the fign,


our hearts with love divine

III.

Mourning
Turn our

V.

Thy fweet prefence let us feel


All Thy wondrous love reveal.

p While on Thy

men.

Of Thy Blood

every heart be fed

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p While

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around Thy throne we ftand,
/ In the bright and better land

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Till

"

BY CHRIST REDEEMED, IN CHRIST RESTORED.


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No. 190,

ommumon.

ill.

1.

^/BYCHRiSTredeemed,inCHRiSTreftored ;

We

keep the

memory

p His
His

adored,

And mow the death of our dear Lord,


p Until He come.

cres.

fearful

drops of agony,

life-blood fhed for us

The Wine

broken in our ftead,


memorial Bread

fo

And

thus that dark betrayal-night,

With the laft Advent we unite


cres. The fhame, the glory, by this rite,
p Until He come.

Is here in this

And

fee

IV.

II.

mf His Body,

we

mail tell the myftery,


p Until He come.

our feeble love is fed,


p Until He come.

V.

mfO
cres.

blefled hope! with this elate,


Let not our hearts be defolate

/But,

ftrong in faith, in patience wait,

Until

He

come.

THEE WE ADORE, O HIDDEN SAVIOUR, THEE.


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Both flcfh and fpirit in Thy prcfencc fail,
Yet here Thy prcfencc wc devoutly hail.

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Fount of goodnefs Jesu, Lord and God


Blood !
Clcanfc us unclean with Thy molt clcanfing
know
Incrcafc our faith and love, that we may
hope and peace, which from Thy prcfencc flow.

The

IV.
II.

memorial of our dying Lord,


Who living Bread to men doth here afford!
O may our fouls for ever feed on Thee,
bleft

And Thou, O

Christ, for ever precious be

Christ,

Whom

now

beneath a

veil

wc

Mav what wc thirft for foon our portion


To gaze on Thcc unveiled, and fee Thy
The vifion of Thy glory and Thy grace

fee,

be

lace,

No. 192.

3$olg (ttammumon.

the

Name of God the Father,


Name of God the Son,
Name of God the Spirit,

p Here,

In the
In the

One
In the

pp

cres.

in

THE NAME OF GOD THE FATHER.

IN

p In

Three, and Three

Name, which

One ;

in

higheft angels

Speak not ere they veil their face,


Crying Holy Holy Holy !"

Come we

in figure represented,

See the Paffion once again


Here behold the Lamb moft Holy,
As for our redemption flain
Here the Saviour's Body broken,
cres.

to this facred place.

Here the Blood which Jesus fhed,


Myftic food of life eternal,
See for our refreshment fpread

Ill

p Here fhall higheft praife be offered,


Here fhall meekeft prayer be poured,
Here with body, foul, and fpirit,

God
Holy

Incarnate be adored.

Jesu, for

May Thy
p

cres.

Thine we

Thy coming

love our hearts prepare

would have them wholly


/Enter Lord, and tarry there!
fain

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Jesu's glorious Body fing


the Blood, all price excelling,
Which the Univerfal King,
IfTue of a royal womb,

to fave a

the final Supper lying

'Mid the Twelve,

Hymn
Shed

At

With
cres.

world from doom.

Joining in the Pafchal Rite,


to feed His favoured band,
Gives Himfelf with His Own hand.

He,

IV.

II.

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pure as fnow,

By a word His Flefh to veil


Wine to be His Blood compelleth,
Though to trace it fenfe mould fail

a life with finners leading,

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that mournful night,

the Law's behefts complying,

the feed of

Truth

to

fow

This, His ling'ring courfe of woes,


Bringing to a wondrous clofe.

fufficeth to impart
Strength to every guilelefs heart.

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V.

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before the myftic wonder,

Let us reverence the fight


Ancient figures fall afunder,
Yielding to the later Rite
thy needed help we feek
/"Faith
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cres.

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MY

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Why

are its dainties all in vain


Before unwilling hearts difplayed ?
Was not for you the Victim flain ?
Are you forbid the children's bread

IV.

II.

facred Feaft, which Jesus makes


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Jesus, God of grace and love,


Revealed on Calvary,
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" This day remember Me."

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come,

Thy

Lord Jesus, at Thy


faving help I need ;

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I fall,

read.

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By Thy

cres.

Oh

Jesus, to Thy feaft,


I be ;
redeeming pow'r releafed,
all hopes on Thee.

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fulfil

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may I ever do Thy will,
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come, Lord Jesus, to


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w/Lord, when before Thy throne we meet, p Thy Body, for our ranfom given,
Thy goodnefs to adore,
Thy Blood, in mercy fried
From heaven, th' eternal mercy feat,
With this immortal food from heaven,
On us Thy bleffing pour,
Lord, let our fouls be fed
cres. And make our inmoft fouls to be
cres. And as we round Thine Altar kneel,
Help us Thy quickening grace to feel.
A habitation meet for Thee.
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III.

m/Be Thou, O Holy

Spirit, nigh

Accept the humble prayer,

The contrite foul's repentant flgh,


The fmner's heartfelt tear
And let our adoration rife
As fragrant inccnfe to the flcies.
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WHAT FOEMEN ART THOU RUSHING?


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'Gainst what foemen art thou rufhing?


Saul, what frenzy goads thy mind?
Why to (laughter harmlefs victims
Haft thou in thy rage defigned ?

Christ the Suff'rer,


ySoon th' Avenger thou malt

Fetters forged,

Foe no more to
By the hand

his
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find.

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gently led

a lamb, his fury dead.

IV.

II.

whelms him,

mf How, O

Lord, are hearts of marble


Softened by Thy potent Grace

blinds him,

Hurls him helplefs to the ground


before his heavenly Mafter,
All fubmimve is he found

p Low

He, who by Thy

Would Thy

cres.

filled with dread,


Redeemer,

Wolf of rapine,

cres.

/^ Christ approaches,

fearful threat'nings

now

Christ's defamer,

Soon

cres.

By

y*Soon His herald thunders round.

/Praife the Father, Who all creatures


Moulded from His heavenly fhrine
Praife the SoN,Who hath redeemed us
By His death, on high to fhine

cres.

Praife the Spirit,

Nurfing us with Breath divine.

bleffed

Name

efface,

fhall blaze it,

his life,

V.

people's bloodfhed,

from race

to race.

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SION,

OPE THY TEMPLE GATES.


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See round Him holy ones appear,


More holy now that God is near
They reap the long expected prize
Of yearning faith, and gazing eyes.

Sion, ope thy Temple gates ;


The Victim-Pried to enter waits

Let

lifelefs

fhadows fade away

Before the truth's enlight'ning ray

V.

II.

No

more mail

flocks and herds be flain:/>

Their blood no more mall deep the fane


To win for us the Father's grace,
He by the altar takes His place.

Mute Mother of the filent Word


From thee no living found is heard
Yet ftill by thee is God confefTed,
In fearching thoughts that

conscious of her Charge divine,

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WITHIN A CHAMBER, CALM AND

STILL.
No. 200.

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III.

1.

p Within

a chamber, calm and

The

tnf

ftill,

Lord

But ere

dead Apoftle's place to fill,


In mournful council Hand
For he, amid his Saviour's woes,
For filver fold Him to His foes.

no treason lurk within,


quench Thy blefsed Light;

let

To

Lord's devoted band,

A
cres.

it rife

That

p So guide our hearts and tongues, we pray,


That we may never Thee betray.

cres*

IV.

mf Thou

Behold the Mother fad appears,


Too fad to find relief;
If they

would feek

Made

canft fupply a vacant place,

Repair the mourner's lofs


Clofe every void with gifts of grace,
And there fet up the Crofs
fill the waftes of fin and pain,
And bid the defert bloom again.

to dry her tears,

The

How

arreft the fin,

finks the foul in night

II.

::

fcene renews her grief:


how terrible the deed,
them to mourn, and Chrift to bleed

black,

V.

mf So

we, while battling here below,

With

To

eyes firm fixed above,

Thee, our Lord,

The

trueft,

fhow

will ever

warmed

love

Within our hearts uprear Thy throne,


make them evermore Thine Own.

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HAIL! HIGHLY FAVOURED, BLESSED MAID!


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Great David's honours fhall He wear,
Lo Jesus is His Name."

offer loving gifts

May

Hear Gabriel exclaim:


cres.

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So, Lord,

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cres.

ftands

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gracious will be

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to us

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precious word,

feal us for the prize."

IV.

with willful eyes,


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cres.

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II.

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of grace,

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cres.

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No. 202

above the Harry fphere,

///Waking up from

Robed in dazzling whitenefs,


Lord of life, to us appear

Now Thy

glorious

beam

difplay

Sped the Saint acrofs the deep,


Armed with holy boldnefs.

/ Loud

he founds

faving

Name

IV.

II.

Radiant flill above him


Heedlefs of the coming night,
Loft to thofe who love him.
cres. Yet his frailty they can bear,
While they mourn his weaknefs
Sorrow with a brother fhare,
Win him back with meeknefs.

Thy

Heathen hofts adore it


High he lifts Thy Crofs of fhame
Egypt bows before it

O'er a world benighted


Ne'er mail mine Thy gracious ray
Only to be flighted.

there was forfook the light,

faithlefs fleep,

Spurning guilty coldnefs,

Rife, eternal Brightnefs

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SPHERE,

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mf Shine upon

our darkfome way,

Star of Grace amazing

On Thy

cres.

guiding ray
Keep us ever gazing
Kindle, Lord, the fire of love
living,

Then we ne'er fhall grieve Thee


ff Lighted, warmed from Heav'n above,
Who can ever leave Thee ?

THE FATHER SHEW


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US,

GRACIOUS LORD,

Saws.

IV.

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The Father fhew


And we contented

us, gracious

Abandon not our

Lord,

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reft !"

mf Too

bold the prayer, too rafh the word


Philip's hafty voice was heard,
From his too ardent breaft.

But grant us Thine enlight'ning grace,


That we may view the Father's face
Reflected in Thine Own.

'Twas

V.

II.

p To

gain that glimpfe, tho' ne'er fo

/ Thou art the Way, the Truth, the Life

faint,

could faint,
could angel, free from taint,
Endure that dazzling eye ?
!

Or how

That we may

Father

Could fee Him beaming bright,


If we would only look to Thee,
To fet the gloomy fpirit free

From

mifts that cloud

fee

and

live.

VI.

III.

mf

To us the Father give


To Him conduct us thro' the ftrife,
To Him, Who (lands, with mercy rife,

To mortal were to die


Oh how could finner, how

Yet, Lord, we could the

finful race

darknefs here alone,

its fight.

fee,

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To
cres.

all,

releafed

from

care,

tread the heavenly floor,

With Thy Own martyred

brother there,

And blefsed Philip, fainted


/ To fee Thee evermore.

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II.

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VI.

Ill,

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gifts

weep,

cres.

dry the tearful mower.

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his melting breaft,

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raife,

grant us, tender

cres % If

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dim.

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zeal

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ftill

Lord,

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be Thine,

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FROM THE DESERT HOMES,

LO!

Nunc Juis

S>t Jofjn tje ttaptist

mfhO

tandem.

Ye haughty mountains, bow

from the defert homes,

Where
The new

Your

he hath hid fo long,


Ellas comes,

In fterneft wifdom ftrong

No. 205

Ye

Lift

op'ning

up your gentle meads

Make His ways

The voice that cries


Of Christ from high,
And judgment nigh,
From

fky-afpiring heads

valleys, hiding low,

Your King

Ikies.

IV.

II.

His hand,
And He will purge His floor
The wheat He claims,
And with Him flows
The chaff He throws

To

is

before,

For evermore
He comes to reign.

f Your God e'en now doth ftand


Within hcavVs op'ning door
His fan

plain

/ Let thy dread voice around,

Thou

harbinger of Light,
our dull ears ftill found,
Left here we flccp in night,
crcs. Till Judgment come,
And on our path
Shall burft the wrath,

On

in

And

qucnchlcfs flames.

dcathlefs

V.
rifO God! with

Who

might
and arm

love's fwect

doft anoint,

Christ's foldicrs for the

With

fight,

from harm
Three,

fpclls that fliickl

f Thrice

blcfscd

Heav'n's cndlcfs days


Shall fing

Etcrnallv

Thy

praife

doom.

IN WEAKNESS GREAT,

AND STRONG

IN

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weaknefs great, and flrong in hidden might,
The keys of heav'nly pardon in his hands
Thy Peter, Lord, a flar of living light,
Though oft obfcured, and once eclipfed, his rays
p The crofs of pain he crimfons o'er with blood.
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II.

waves, //?/"When round us threatening waves in wrath arife,


Oh may we fix on Thee unfwerving eyes
In zeal he plunged, but loft the faith that faves
On Thee may all our clinging hopes be flayed
The ftony depths would foon have been his tomb,
HadftThou not plucked him from the watery doom. Thy look be mercy, and Thine arm bring aid

mf"To meet Thee, walking

o'er the troubled

VI.

III.

loud Thy warning in his ears;


fad look he poured remorfeful tears ;

The Cock crew


At Thy
By Satan

fifted, proftrate

/"On Thee,

p Grant we mayloveThee withThy Martyr's power,

'neath his blafl,

the Rock, he flood a rock at

laft.

cres.

In forrow melted for each finning hour;


With him, while guarded from his mournful fall,
Confefs Thee Christ, and win Thee Lord of all.

; ;

AS JAMES

THE GREAT, WITH GLOWING

ZEAL.
No. 207.

St. James.

mf AS

James the Great, with glowing


Unheeding fmile or frown,

Relinquished

To

win

all his

at/"

zeal,

earthly weal,

a brighter

crown

Thy cup in fervour James would drink,


And drain its forrows dry
From Thy dark lot he fcorned to fhrink,
Though

we haftc, the world difdaincd,


To follow Thee with faith unfeigned,
p And draw Thy mercy down.
So, Lord,

crcs.

we

for

Thee

to

e'en to die
right hand,

IV.

mfWc

Difturbcd by wild unrcft,

Oh let Thy Spirit drop its balm,


To quell the ftorm, and fhed a calm
On our unrulv brcalt.
!

were

And there before the angels ftand,


f Thy favoured faint on high.

wrath be moved,

Though thinking then Thou mod wcrt


That then we ferved Thee bed
p

it

That he might rank on Thy

II.

ax^ Should

loved,

from the Crofs feck no retreat,


But, guided by Thy grace,
We crave to fit beneath Thy feet
Right royal is the place
/"So we may ever be Thine Own,
Where'er we view Thee (lands a throne
p Our Hcav'n is in Thy face.
!

BENEATH THE

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FIG-TREE'S

GRATEFUL SHADE,
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In

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Ifraelite indeed,

whom

no guile

V.

all

p Lord, grant to us to be fin cere,


With fimple heart, and confcience clear.
With truth to fhine around
That we may win the heavenly meed,

As Thou, O Lord, on him doft mine,


The Nazarene {lands forth divine,

/ A

he view

IV.

II.

Nazareth, which he difdained,


many a fcornful tongue profaned,

Now

ihall

For guilelefs there he meekly ftands,


In child-like faith at Jesu's hands,
/ Nathanael, trujftful, true.

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Our Saviour, God, and King.

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We

Levi's feet;

lie at

in pafTing, gracious Lord,


Didft fee his danger, fpeak Thy word

That word for him how meet


" Come, follow Me
mf To follow Thee

quits his wealthy feat.

arc

flill

With

living

Thee,
Star of day
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'

When

Sought Thee to be his Gucfl


But we, O Lord, of Thee have need,
On Thy rich bounty we muft feed,
And lean upon Thy brcalt:
"
p cres. " Then, follow Me
Wc cling to Thee,
Our Riches, and our Reft

weak to feck Thy


bound in Satan's hold:
" Come, follow Me "
!

arc

where to lay Thine head,


Matthew, by Thy mercy led,

hadft not

fpcllcd,

to the cries of grace,

Ah how

f Thou

cold;

wills too

Faft

rejoice

away

IV.

in fetters held,

By worldly charms and lucre


Our hearts all dead and
Unyielding

and we

We

II.

mf But we

rife,

fling the drofs

No diamond fparkles in the light,


Nought ever mines fo fair and bright,
As Thy cclcltial ray:
" Come, follow Me "

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si

roufed by Thine Almighty voice,

f Yet,

and land their gifts outpour,


tribute from their richeft flore,
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burft the chains of gold?

face,

THEY COME,

GOD'S MESSENGERS OF LOVE.


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IV.

I.

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come, God's meffengers of love, p Bleft Jesu, Thou,Whofe groans and tears
They come from realms of peace above, Have fanctified frail nature's fears,
From homes of never-fading light,
To earth in bitter forrow weighed,
From blifsful manfions ever bright.
Thou didft not fcorn Thine angels' aid.
II.

They come

To

to watch around us here,

foothe our forrow, calm our fear

Ye heavenly guides, fpeed not away


God willeth you with us to flay.

An angel-guard to us fupply,
When on the bed of death we lie
And by Thine Own Almighty pow'r,

fhield us in the laft dread hour.

VI.

III.

But

chiefly at

its

journey's end,

/To God

the

'Tis your's the fpirit to befriend,

And God

And

From

<c

whifper to the willing heart,


Chriftian foul, in peace depart."

Father, God

the Spirit,

the Son,

Three

in

above, and all below,


Let joyful praife unceafing flow.
all

One,

WITH ME

IS

LUKE, ALONE OF ALL.


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So fadly mourned the aged Paul
Frail Demas, his in Chriftian love,
dim. Is dead to him and things above.
p

ff

mf

Behold him conftant, faithful (land,


healing lip, and healing hand,
His fuff'ring brother fain to tend,

With

cres.

Evangelift, Phyfician, Friend.

II.

Lord, make us fteadfafr. as Thy Saint,


That we may toil, and never faint,
That we may ftand, and never fall,
Upheld by Thee, the Help of all.

mf The world had fhewn its fpecious face,


And lured him from the heavenly race
;

cres.

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dim.

Can

loves

it,

leave a

and without a throe


martyr to his woe.

VI.

III.

/But Luke

his toils

and travels

fhares,

Companion dear of all his cares;


lighting up his tender brow,
Love
p
ires.

He

could not leave the captive now.

mf Thy

O
cres.

changelefs love,

we pray, impart;

nurfe in us a loyal heart

That we, fuftained by grace from high,


For Thee may live, in Thee may die.

HOW
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BLEST THE UNITY,

Simon anU

GOOD LORD.
No. 212

Jirtie.

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to Thee moft dear,


Jude and Simon, ever near,
Stood partners in Thy trial
Saint Simon, glowing bright with zeal,
Saint Jude, with loving heart to feel

good Lord,
Which beams throughout Thy holy Word,
A ray from Thine Own Eflence
Oh when fhall all Thy Church be one ?
That precious fign of heaven begun,
bleft the unity,

/
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The

foretafte of

Thv

PrefenCe

That

faintnefs

Saviour, while for this we yearn,


love to Thee fhall ever burn,
A love fo deep and tender,
That we can never Truth betray,

mf
cres.

we mould meet Thine open

If

grant a

To

fo arreft that glorious day,

When Thou

denial.

When Satan hath with ftealthy


Of unbelief undone them,

Our

And

was
IV.

II.

&?

fhalt reign in fplendor.

guard

Till truth to

to us impart,
Infpire the zeal, infufe the heart,

And warm the weak endeavour,


That high and low, that age and youth,
United

May

in
all

Thy

faving truth,

be Thine for ever

blows

born above,
caufe in words of love,

fpirit,

Thy

f Then, Lord, Thy grace

ff

foes,

Thee hath won them.

WHO ARE

THESE, LIKE STARS APPEARING?


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;//Thefe arc they, who have contended


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Wrcftling on till life was ended,
Following not the finful throng:

arc thefc, like ftars appearing,

Thcfe, before God's throne who Hand


a golden crown is wearing

Each

Who

arc

all this

glorious

band?

/Thefc, who well the fight fuftained,


Triumph through the Lamb have gained.

/Alleluia! hark! they fing,


Praifing loud their heavenly King.

IV.

II.
r/jf Who

whofc hearts were riven,


p Thefc
Sore with woe and anguifh tried,

are thefc of dazzling brightnefs,

arc they,

Thefc, in God's own truth arrayed,


Clad in robes of purcft whitenefs,
Robes, whofc luftrc ne'er mail fade,
Ne'er be touched by Time's rude hand
/Whence come all this glorious band?

mf Thcfe,

like pricfts,

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in prayer full oft

With
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have driven
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has bid

have watched and waited,

OfF'ring up to Christ their will,


Soul and body confccratcd,
Day and night to fcrvc Him

/Now,

{till

God's moll holy place,


Blcft they Hand before His Face.
in

o'er,

them weep no morf.

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THESE IN BRIGHT ARRAY?


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or General.

p Thefe through fiery trials trod


Thefe from great affliction came ;
Now before the throne of God,
Sealed with His Almighty name,
Clad in raiment pure and white,

are thefe in bright array,

This innumerable throng,


Round the altar night and day,

Hymning one triumphant

f" Worthy

is

Bleffing,

Wifdom,

New

the

Lamb, once

fong

flain,

honour, glory, power,

riches to obtain,

cres.

Victor-palms in every hand,


their dear Redeemer's might,
More than conquerors they Hand.

Through

dominion every hour."


III.
/zz/'

Hunger, thirft, difeafe unknown,


On immortal fruits they feed

Them

the

Lamb

amidft the

Throne

Shall to living fountains lead

/Joy and

gladnefs banifh fighs,


Perfect love difpels all fear,
And for ever from their eyes

dim.

God

fhall

wipe away the

tear.

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IN LIGHT.
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Where pilgrims meet to part no more.

they

range

the

heavenly

plains,

in

And ring their hymns


And now their fouls
The

melting drains;
begin to prove
heights and depths of Jesu's love.
in

IV.

II.

/Releafed from fin, and toil, and grief,


/He cheers them with eternal fmile
was
their
endlefs
Death
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life
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cage,
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opened
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And build their happy neft on high. dim. Sink down adoring at His feet.
;

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And

cres.

with tardy fteps I creep,


fing, and fometimes weep
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PALMS OF GLORY, RAIMENT BRIGHT.


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If their robes are white as fnow,

'Twas the Saviour's righteoufnefs,


And His blood that made them fo.
V.

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Yet the conqu'rors bring

their

mf Who

palms

To the Lamb amidft the throne,


And proclaim in joyful pfalms

are thefe

on earth they dwelt;

Sinners once, of

Adam's

race

Guilt, and fear, and fun ring felt;

But were faved by fovereign

VicVry through His Crofs alone.

grace.

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Take the kingdom, it is Thine,
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mortal, too, like us

cres.
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!

Ah when we, like them, muft


May our fouls, tranflated thus,
Triumph ;

reign,

die,

and mine on high

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glorious band, the chofen few,

Triumphant over

On whom
Twelve

And mocked

hope they knew,

the crofs and flame.

patient bears His Crofs below,


He follows in His train.

Who

follows in their train

III.

noble army, men and boys,


The matron and the maid,

Around

the Saviour's throne rejoice,

In robes of light arrayed.

They

climbed the ileep afcent of heaven,


peril, toil, and pain

Through
p

came

They met the tyrant's brandifhed flccl,


The lion's gory mane
They bowed their necks the death to feel

pain,

Who
cres.

the Spirit

valiant faints, their

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HOW

BRIGHT THESE GLORIOUS SPIRITS SHINE!

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Whence all their bright array?

How

came they

Of everlafting

His prefence

fills

each heart with joy,

Tunes every mouth to fing


By day, by night, the facred courts
With glad hofannas ring.
!

to the blifsful feats

day

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Lo! thefe are they from fuff'rings great,


Who came to realms of light,
And in the blood of Christ have warned
Thofe robes, which fhine fo bright.

mf

Thirft, hunger,

now

are felt

no more,

Nor funs with fcorching ray


God mines their Sun, whofe cheering beams
Diffufe eternal day.

VI.

III.

With palms triumphal now they

The Lamb, Which

ftand

Before the throne on high,

And ferve the God they love,


The glories of the fky.

Shall o'er

them

And

all

Where living ftreams appear;


And God the Lord from every eye
wipe

prefide,

their footfleps guide.

p 'Mong paftures green He'll lead His

Shall

ftill

Impart His nourifhment divine,

amidft

VII.

cres.

dwells amidft the throne,

off every tear.

flock,

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forth at

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endure.

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From

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The arm of Thy might,
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The lightnings have fhone.

All

full

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Thy

the

Prcfcncc,

While earth

licth

trump,

lights,

The

dull foul

found,

Lord,
deadly flccp

which Thou kindled

In darknefs around,

Her

awaken

vigils to

keep

VI.

winds
About the world go ;
fvvift as

fin's

May

III.

w/VLikc clouds arc they borne


To do Thy great will,

And

Thy

ftirring the

roufe us,

/ All glory to Thee,


Who, hidden from
cres. Yet fillclt with love

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fight,

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HARK! THE SOUND OF HOLY


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I.

Hark

&C,

Unison.

Thy Cross, their banner,


They have triumphed, following

Thee, the Captain of salvation,


Thee, their Saviour, and their King;

Multitudes, which none can number,


Like the stars in glory stand,
Clothed in white apparel, holding
Palms of vict'ry in their hand.

Harmony.

dim. Gladly, Lord, with Thee they suffered


Gladly, Lord, with Thee they died
cres. And by death to life immortal,

They were born and

Melody by Basses alone.


II.

Patriarch, and holy Prophet,


Who prepared the way of Christ,

Melody by Tenors.

Trebles.

W.ff

to prayer,

Full Joined in holy concert, singing


To the Lord ol all, are there.
III.

p They have come from tribulation,


And have washed their robes in blood,
Washed them in the blood of Jesus;
cres.

Now they reign in heav'nly glory,


Now they walk in golden light,
Now they drink, as from a river,
Holy

bliss,

and

infinite.

Harmony.

Saintly Maiden, godly Matron,

Widows, who have watched

glorified.

Unison.

King, Apostle, Saint, Confessor,


Martyr, and Evangelist,
Melody by

Tried they were and firm they stood

p Mocked, imprisoned, stoned, tormented,


Sawn asunder, slain with sword,
cres. They have conquered Death and Satan,
/ By the might of Christ the Lord.

2 2 0,

IV. / Marching with

No.

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Chanting at the crystal sea,
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ff Hallelujah

p Love and peace they taste for ever,


cres. And all truth and knowledge see,

/
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In the beatific vision


Of the Blessed Trinity.

God

of God, the One-begotten,


Light of Light, Emmanuel,
In Whose Body, joined together,
All the saints for ever dwell,

Pour upon us of Thy fulness,


cres. That we may for evermore
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God

the

Holy Ghost

adore

LET OUR CHOIR


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NEW ANTHEMS

RAISE.
No. 221

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fh^T our choir new anthems raife,


Wake the morn with gladnefs;
God Himfelf

to joy

flinched they from the flame,

mf Never

From

and praife

the torture never

Vain the focman's

Turns the martyrs' fadnefs;


p This, the day that won their crown,
crei. Opcn'd Hcav'n's bright portal,
As they laid the mortal down,
/And put on th' immortal.

Decked

laft

in all

its

glory,

Where triumphant now they


With the viclor's ftory.
III.

/Up

and follow, Chriflian men


Prcfs through toil and forrow
Spurn the night of fear, and then,
!

Oh'

fharpeft aim,

endeavor;
/"For by faith they faw the land,
Satan's

the glorious

morrow

Who will venture on the ftrifc


Who will firil begin it?
Who will fcize the land of life

f Warriors,

up and win

it!

(land

WHAT ARE
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Brighter than the noon-day fun
Foremoft of the Tons of light,
Neareft to th' eternal throne ?

mf Therefore

they are next the throne,


Serve their Maker day and night

God refides among His Own


God doth in His faints delight.
IV.

II.

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great diftrefs they came,


their robes

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all

their forrows chafe,

All their wants at once remove,

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the tears from every face,

Fill

up every

mail always feed,

foul with love.

life fuftain.

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mf Happy

foul, thy days are ended,


All thy mourning days below
Go, by angel guards attended,

To

the fight of Jesus go

II.

Waiting to receive thy

Lo

Saviour

fpirit,

above
Claims the purchafe of His merit,
Reaches forth the crown of love.
the

{lands

III.

p Struggle through thy lateft paffion


To thy dear Redeemer's bread,
cres. To His uttermoft falvation,
To His everlafting reft
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IV.

For the joy He fets before thee


Bear a momentary pain
Die
to live the life of glory
;

Suffer!

with thy

Lord

to reign!

LORD OF THE CHURCH, WE HUMBLY PRAY.


No. 224,

IBmfcer 25agS, or Ordination.

p Lord of the Church, we humbly pray^Help them to preach the truth of God,
For thofe who guide us in Thy way,
Redemption through the Saviour's Blood
And fpeak Thy holy Word
Nor let the Spirit ceafe
:

cres.With. love divine their hearts infpire,

And

touch their

And

lips

with hallowed

needful grace afford

fire,

On all the Church His gifts to fhower


To them a MefTenger of power,
To us, of life and peace.

III.

/So may

they live to Thee alone;


Then hear the welcome word, " Well done!"
And take their crown above
Enter into their Matter's joy,
:

And

all

eternity

employ

In praife, and

blifs,

and love.

HOW
SmieC

BEAUTEOUS ARE THEIR FEET.


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kings and prophets waited for,

And

How

Which
III.

/"The watchmen

join their voice,

tuneful notes

employ;

Jcrufalcm breaks forth in fongs,

And

fee this

heavenly

defcrts learn the joy.

The Lord makes


Through

all

bare His

light,

kings and prophets long defired,

But died without the

And

fought, but never found

blcfscd arc our eyes,

That

Zion, fee thy Saviour King!


lie reigns and triumphs here

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How

beauteous are their feet,


(land on Zion's hill
Who bring falvation on their tongues,
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the earth abroad;

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Their Saviour and their God!

fight.

POUR OUT THY

FROM ON HIGH

SPIRIT

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FEEDING,
No. 228.

p Saviour, Who Thy flock art feeding,


With the fhepherd's kindeft care,
All the feeble gently leading,
While the lambs Thy bofom mare
II.

Now,

thefe little ones receiving,

Fold them in Thy gracious Arm


There, we know, Thy word believing,
/ Only there fecure from harm
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III.

mf Never, from Thy

pafture roving,

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Let Thy tendernefs, fo loving,
Keep them all life's dang'rous way
IV.

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Let them find a refting-place,


Feed in paftures ever vernal,
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Christ's quarrel to maintain,

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IV.

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His glory and His fhame.

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The path He travelled by,

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the Crofs, defpife the fhame,

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down on high

Thus, outwardly and vifibly,


We feal thee for His Own

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the brow, that wears His Crofs,


Hereafter fhare His crown
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JESU,

NOW THY NEW-MADE

SOLDIER.
No, 230,

ISapttem.

p Jesu, now Thy new-made

From

mf Now

the

before

him

his

way

On

BlefTed

Saviour

clear

he bravely fight

Shun

Thy

p Keep

always bright as now.

it

p Oh, may all to whom pertaineth


This Thy fervant's early care,
Mindful of his heav'nly progrefs,
Word and work of fhame forbear

battle,

blow

foe,

/ Mighty

p Thy

IV.

through Thee fubdue the


repel his cruel

mining

his wiles, efcape his malice,

And

is

w/Dear Redeemer

II.

And

Crofs

his

p Keep him through the weary day.

w/May

Thy

pure and ftainlefs brow


/Let it, ever there refplendent,
Witnefs to his faithful vow

lies his trial

In the life-long, doubtful fray


cres.

mf Bright and

foldier

Font hath gone

Captain
falvation may he know

cres.

Thou

p Give them

hearts and lips of prayer.

V.

mf Full

of hope

May

his

he never

day

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Thou, Who fhin'fr. upon his morning,


Be at eventide his light

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that hearer!:,

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O GOD, IN WHOSE ALL-SEARCHING EYE.


Confirmation.

No. 231.

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Whofc

Thy fervants fland, to ratify


The vow baptifmal by them made,
When firfl Thy hand was on them
<res.

Blcfs them,

Who

holy Father,

Thee with

f Arm

all-fcarching eye

With

Thy

fhield of faith,

mighty Lord,
Spirit's fword

may they go,


boldly fight againit the foe,
With banner of the Crofs unfurled,
And by it overcome the world

And fo at laft receive from Thee


The palm and crown of victory.

Own,
!

nr.
Spirit,

come,

And make Thy fervants' hearts Thy home


May each a living temple be,
for ever, Lord, to Thee
Enrich that temple's holy fhrine

Hallowed

and

And

blcfs,

p Come, ever blcfscd

mf

foldiers,

Forth to the battle

laid

heart and voice confefs

May they, acknowledged as Thine


Stand evermore before Thy throne

thefc,

With fcvcnfold gifts


With wifdom, light,

of grace divine;
a-nd

knowledge

biefs,

Strength, counfel, feir, and godlincfs.

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To

feal

the

work

world,
fwear to give them fight
Monarch's banner floats unfurled
Who fails with that in fight ?
fiend, the flefh, the

We

cres.

Our

divine.

VI.

II.

p Thy

/Who

with Jesus Christ


For leader and for guide

fevenfold gifts impart,

Comforter mod fweet,


Kindle to flame each lukewarm heart,
And guide the trembling feet.

cres.

fails

For food,

And

for treafure all unpriced,

Friend

Pentecoftal force

Thy
cres.

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The pow'rs of ill


Our foes come
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fhall

win

at laft.

VIII.

mf No

in us to-day

The work that Thou

cres.

fteadfaft, loving, pure,

And we

IV.

mf Confirm

ne'er denied

VII.

III.

j/With

who

earth-forged arms

we

bear

Strength, weapons, all are Thine:


wrought,
Illume the foul with love's pure ray,
cres. Accept each vow, and hear each prayer,
Bleft Trinity Divine.
Which Jesus' blood hath bought.
hall:

ONWARD, HOLY CHAMPION!


Confirmation,

No. 233

or General.

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I.

All diftracling plcafurc,


All incumb'ring pride.
p Shun the fubtle pitfalls,
Laid by Satan's hate;
cres. Let not pains afflicl. thee,

thy face:
the Spirit's unclion,
fct

Knit with flrength divine,


era. Nurtured with Thy Saviour's
Myftic bread and wine.

Let not joys


III.

/"Onward, holy Champion


Angels gazing down,

Praifc thy bold endeavor,

Show

thy future crown.

p Christ, thy dear Redeemer,


Guards His fcrvant's foul

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At

thy prize awaits thec,


the hcav'nly goal.

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forward, Chriftian foldier!


of peaceful reft,
Till Satan's hoft is vanquifhed,

Nor dream

Himfelf, thy Leader,


thy foes fubdue.
p His love foretells thy trials
He knows thine hourly need
cres. He can, with bread of Heaven,

Thy

And Heav'n

all

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To
And wear, in endlefs glory,
The crown of victory.

fainting fpirit feed.

forward, Chriftian foldier!


Fear not the fecret foe ;
Far more are o'er thee watching,
Than human eyes can know!
Truft only Christ, thy Captain
Ceafe not to watch and pray
Heed not the treach'rous voices,
That lure thy foul aftray.

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Himfelf mail call thee


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Thy dangers all are paft
Oh pray that faith and virtue
May keep thee to the laft.
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take, to

IV.

II.

in the

Stand, then, in His great might,

And

in.

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/Soldiers of Christ, arife


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primal marriage blefling,


hath not pafTed away.

cres.

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prefent,

To join

wedding day,

their loving hands,

As Thou

didft bind two natures


In Thine eternal bands.

VI.

II.

mf

the pure efpoufal


Chriftian man and maid,

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Of

The Holy Three are with us,


The threefold grace is faid.

p Be

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VII.

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For dow'r of blefled children,


For love and faith's fweet fake,
For high myfterious union,
Which naught on earth may break ;

mf O

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prefent, awful

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cres.

Father,

pure wing o'er them!


pow'r find place,

Let no
onward to Thine

When

The hallowed

altar

path they trace,

VIII.
cres.

give away this bride,

As Eve Thou gav'ft to Adam,


Out of his own pierced fide.

Thy
ill

IV.

p Be

as they kneel,

As Thou, for Christ, the Bridegroom,


The heav'nly Spoufe doft feal.

To

car} their crowns before Thee


In perfect facrifice,
Till to the home of gladnefs
With Christ's Own Bride they
s

rife.

WHEN
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Eve

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FAIREST EVE IN EDEN ROSE.


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Eden

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gift,

cres.

Or

Difcern the faulty fpot,


elfe, with gentle hand,

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bellow

veil to

both in holy bonds,

cres.

as

Eden

When Cana

faw the flowing ftrcams


Shine crimfon in the light.

though that nuptial fcaft was graced


With ftore of myftic wine,

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No

(tain,

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tenderly halt loved,

pure and fair;


nor wrinkle wouldft Thou trace.

fee all

comely there.

ftill

canft

fill

That knows no

crei.

imprefs

mf Yet,

bright,

Thy Church Thou


And wafhed her

Thou

IV.

home

Like Eden in her bloom


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let fall

the marriage-rite;

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fanclity didft

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loving race to run.

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w/'Thus, fondly knitted, ne'er may they

rofe

From flccping Adam's fide,


Thou lcd'fl her, Lord, Thy precious

To Adam for a bride.


mf So now Thy handmaid here
On this, Thy waiting fon

a fpoufclefs heart,

love but Thine.

Lord, grant us all, or virgins pure,


Or blcft with wedded love,
/To view the heav'nly Bridegroom's face

cres.

In Paradifc above.

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O DEATH, THOU ART NO MORE


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Thy boafted glory o'er,
Thy power fled

p Then Chriftian, ceafe to weep,


Shed now no hopelefs tear

cres.

little

while of fleep,

And morn

is

near

II.

/The morn

Death, thou art no more,


For Christ, the loft to fave,
Hath opened wide the door,

And

left

the grave

that

Where

glorious faints in light

VI.

p rw. Weep

In dying, thee hath flain,


In living, life hath given,

And, rending Hell

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night,

Their homage pay.

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In realms of cloudlefs day,

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Our dying breath.

in twain,

opened Heaven

VII.

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with doubts and fears
dim, Christ, when our work is done,
fp Will dry our tears.

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do we mourn departing friends,


Or make at Death's alarms?

'Tis but the voice that Jesus fends,


call

them

to

p The graves of

And
cres.

His arms.

all

His

faints

be bleffed,

foftened every bed

Where mould
But with

the dying

their

members

dying Head

reft,

IV.

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mould we tremble to convey


Their bodies to the tomb ?
For there the flefh of Jesus Jay
And left a long perfume.

thence arofe, afcending high,


fhewed our feet the way

And

/Up

Lord our

to the

At our
V.

w/Then let the laft loud trumpet


And bid our kindred rife

/Awake
Ye

found,

ye nations underground

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Lord, we own the fentence juft
Head and tongue, and hand and heart,

/Yet

is

the

the feed, upraifed again,

Clothes with green the fmiling plain

Onward as the feafons move,


Leaves and blorToms deck the grove

All in guilt have borne their part

Righteous

common doom

And

All muft moulder in the tomb.

mail

we

Low

thefe

All our

we

lie,

die ?

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the feed in fpring-time fown,

Like the leaves

forgotten

Loft for ever when

II.

mf Like

DUST.

Beatr,

fC

cres.

in

autumn ftrown,

goodly frames muft

pomp and

glory die

lie,

p Lord, from Nature's gloomy night,


Turn we to the GofpeFs light
Thou didft triumph o'er the grave,

Thou

Soon the fpoiler feeks his prey,


Soon he bears us all awav.

cres.

wilt

all

Thy

people fave

Ranfomed by Thy Blood,

the juft

Rife immortal from the duft.

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VII.
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all

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peaceful

ocean

face,

them ever Thee to know


Thy tender mercy flill to trace,
Still Thine in weal as well as woe.

billow's fwelling crefl

foft the cradle rocks the child,

So gently

who moan and weep,


when none is near.

V.

mf The

raging waters o'er them roll,


And leaden mifls efface the fky
The temper! awes their inmoft foul
p Yet florm is mufic, Thou but nigh.

thofe

cry for help

II.

/ The

Lord, appeafe

IV.

the deep,

The trembling Teamen cry aloud


Thou fittefl Sovereign of the fea,
And ridefl high above the cloud.

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Eternal Father, ftrong to fave,
hear us, when we cry to Thee
p cres.

For

all

in peril

on the

Tea

Sacred Spirit
Who didft brood
the Chaos dark and rude ;
Who bad'ft its angry tumult ceafe,
!

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And
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light diffused,

hear us,

For

all in peril

II.

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Saviour

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The winds and waves

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walkedft on the foaming deep,
calm amid its rage did fleep ;
hear us, when we cry to Thee

For

all in peril

on the

fea

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when we

life,

and peace

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on the

Tea

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of love and power,

Our brethren fhield in danger's hour


From rock and temper!: them defend

To fafety's harbour them


ff And ever let there rife
Glad hymns of
fea!

Thee

praife

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Thee

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/The

Lord afccnds

the facrcd hill

His favored few attend Him ftill


pp Lo there at dead of night,
/"He kneels to pray, (/) but, funk in fleep,
w/They fail the holy watch to keep,
!

cres.ffT'iW burfts a blaze of light

cloud defcends, a cloud of fear

My

Son! Hear Him!" they hear


voice is from the Throne
mf Shines forth the Son, the Light of day!
The Law, the Prophets fade away,
cres. The Christ remains alone.

/"Behold

pp

The

II.

glow
fnow!
/"Full glorious does He mine
p The Son of Man, to forrow doomed,
Though tortured, pierced, and dead, and tombed,

///His features
His raiment

like the lightning

gliftens

cres. Shall live

white

the

as

Word

Divine.

^/Though Law, and Prophets teach and warn,


They leave the finner ftill forlorn
p The Gofpel mines to fave
!

/z/Thou only, Lord, canft help, forgive;


Through Thee alone the loft can live,
cres. Triumphant o'er the grave
!

VI.

III.

fummoncd from the fpirit-land,


With Him Elias, Mofcs, ftand,
p In union, Oh how fair!
They hold with their rcfplcndcnt Lord

ra/"Lo!

era.

Sweet convcrfc, tuned in


A myftic Three

rich accord!
is

there

/May

we

attain that vifion blcft,

That mount of glory, feat of reft


pp That there, from blemifh
!

mfOux
Our

fouls

may

fhinc

all

free,

pure and bright.

bodies radiant as the light,

cres.

^"Transfigured, Lord, by Thee.

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can create, and He deftroy.
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mf His fovereign pow'r, without our aid,


Made us of clay, and formed us men
And when like wand' ring fheep we ftrayed,
;

He

brought us to His fold again.


III.

We'll crowd Thy gates with thankful fongs,


As high as heav'n our voices raife
And earth, with her ten thoufand tongues,
Shall fill Thy courts with founding praife.

^*Wide

as the

IV.
world is

Thy command

Vaft as eternity Thy love


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MY HAPPY HOME.

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1.

my happy home,
Name ever dear to me
When mail my labours have an

Why mould I

w/* Jerusalem,

Or

In joy, and peace, and thee

end,

fhrink from pain and woe,

death difmay ?
goodly land in view,
realms of endlefs day.

feel at

I've Canaan's

And

II.

When

mall thefe eyes thy heaven-built

walls,

Apoftles, Martyrs, Prophets, there


Around my Saviour (land
:

And pearly gates behold


Thy bulwarks, with falvation ftrong,
And ftreets of mining gold
?

soon my friends in Christ below


Will join the glorious band.

And

VI.

III.

There happier bow'rs than Eden bloom, /Jerufalem,

Nor

fin,

Bleft feats

nor forrow know


through rude and ftormy

onward

Then

mail

When

fcenes,
I

My foul

prefs to you.

my
(till

my

happy home

pants for thee


labours have an end,

thy joys

fhall fee.

O GOD OF HOSTS, THE MIGHTY LORD.


PJalm 84.

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Hofts, the mighty Lord,

lovely

is

the place,
fhew'fl:

/For

in

Thy

view

Thy

abode
heart
panting
and
fkfh cry out
My
For Thee, the living God.

Than, Lord,

in

bleft

of Hofts,

there

Thy

to fpend.

mf Much rather in God's houfe will


The meaneft office take,
Than in the wealthy tents of fin

My

pompous dwelling make.


VI.

my King

and God,

How highly bleft are they,


Who in Thy temple always dwell,
And

any place befides

A thoufand days

III.

mf O Lord

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longing foul faints with defire

To

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courts one fingle day

II.

My

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'Tis better to attend,

Where Thou, enthroned in glory,


The brightnefs of Thy face

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praife difplay

/For God, Who

is our Sun and Shield,


Will grace and glory give
And no good thing will He withhold

From them

that juftly live.

GRACIOUS

DOVE DIVINE

SPIRIT,

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No. 247.

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Gracious Spirit, Dove

Life and peace to

divine,

me mine

me

my

impart

Let

Thy

All

my

guilty fears

Breathe Thyfelf within

Fill

me

full

Earned of immortal

light within

on

Seal falvation

remove
of heaven and love.

heart

my

breaft,

reft.

IV.

II.

Speak Thy pard'ning grace to


Set the burdened finner free

me

cres.

me

never from Thee ftray ;


in the narrow way
Fill my foul with joy divine ;
Keep me, Lord, for ever Thine.

Let

Keep me

Lead me to the Lamb of God


Warn me in His precious blood.
;

V.

mf Guard me round on every fide


Save me from felf- righteous pride

Me

with Jesu's mind infpire


Melt me with celeftial fire.

JERUSALEM ON HIGH
No. 248

(Seneral

/Jerusalem on high
My fong and City

/The

My

home whene'er I die,


The centre of my blifs

cres.

My
To

fee

Prophets there behold


Their longed-for Prince of Peace.

mall I be,
face

Thy gates with praifes mine,


Thy ftreets with gold are fpread
happy place

&c.

III.

fun by day mines there,

Nor moon by

Oh

no

filent

night

thefe needlefs are

The Lamb's

&c.

Lamb's Apostles there


might with joy behold;
The harpers I might hear
Harping on harps of gold.
O happy place Sec.
I

II.

No

m/Tht

vt/Thy walls, fweet City, thine,


With pearls are garnifhed;

happy place
VI.

God, with Thee,

Thy

their travels ceafe

The

happy place

When

Patriarchs of old

There from

is,

&c.

IV.

/"There dwells my Lord, my King,


Judged here unfit to live
There angels to Him fmg,
And lowly homage give.
O happy place &c.
!

the City's light.

happy place

VII.
p The bleeding Martyrs, they
Within thofe courts are found,
Clothed in pure array,
Their fears with glory crowned.
O happy place &c.
VIII.

Ah me

ah me that I
In Kedar's tents here flay
No place like this on high
Lord! thither guide my way!

happy place

When

My
To

fee

mall I be,

God, with Thee,

Thy

face

AFFLICTION

A STORMY DEEP.

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ftormy deep,

Where wave refounds to wave


Though o'er my head the billows
I know the Lord can fave.

roll,

cres.

the night

count His mercies o'er


I'll praife Him for ten thoufand part,
And humbly fue for more.
I'll

IV.

II.

mf Then, O my foul, why thus deprefTed,


And whence this anxious fear ?

Perhaps, before the morning dawns,


He'll reinftate my peace
For He, Who bade the temped roar,
Can bid the temped ceafe.
;

Let former favours fix thy truft,


And check the rifing tear.
V.

and build my hopes,


at His rod
all the world to me,
health, my life, my God.

here will

reft,

Nor murmur
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My

AMID THE VARIOUS SCENES OF

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fome heavenly aim

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Whofe

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If

Tho' death appear

God,

fovereign love directs the rod

Heaven

Each

afflicts,

heartfelt

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mf Tho' tempefts drive thee from the more,


And floods defcend, and billows roar

f With

Him

in threatening form,
thou canft defy the ftorm.

IV.

II.

cres.

A.J.

III.

I.

Each

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wilt thou repine

comfort

may be

Comforts that mail o'er death prevail,


And journey with thee thro' the vale.

He

near thee, in the darkeft made,

Thou nevermore

thine
cres.

mf O Saviour, fmooth our rugged way,


And lead us to the realms of day,

To
cres.

fofter ikies,

Where

fhalt

be afraid

For where thy loving Lord is found,


A Paradife is blooming round.

and brighter

plains,

everlafting funfhine reigns.

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THE LORD MY PASTURE SHALL PREPARE.


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The Lord my paflurc fhall prepare,


And feed me with a fhepherd's care
His prefence mail my wants fupply,
guard me with a watchful eye
My noon-day walks He fhall attend,
And all my midnight hours defend.

And

cres.

p Though in the paths of death I tread,


With gloomy horrors overfpread,
cres. My fteadfaft heart fhall fear no ill,
f For Thou, O Lord, art with me ftill

Thy
And

friendly crook (hall give

guide

me

in the fultry glebe I faint,

Or on

the thirfty mountain pant,

cres.

To

My

Thy bounty fhall my wants beguile,


The barren wildernefs fhall frnile,

and dewy meads,


weary, wand'ring flcps He leads,

Amid

peaceful rivers, foft and flow,

the verdant landfcape flow.

aid,

mf Though in a bare and rugged way,


Through devious, lonely wilds I flray,

fertile vales

Where

me

through the dreadful fhade.

IV.

II.

p When

cres.

With fuddtn

And

greens and herbage crowned,


murmur all around.

flrcams fhall

WHEN ALL THY

MY

MERCIES, O

GOD,

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God,

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thoufand thoufand precious


daily thanks employ

loft

Nor

is

the leaft, a cheerful heart,


taftes thofe gifts with joy.

That

V.

Thy Providence my life fuftained,


And all my wants redreft,
When in the filent womb I lay,
And hung upon the breaft.

mf Through every period of my


Thy goodnefs I'll purfue

after death, in diftant worlds,

The

glorious theme renew.

VI.

with ficknefs, oft haft

Thou

With health renewed my face


And, when in fins and forrows fun'k,
;

foul with grace.

life

And

III.

cres.

gifts

My

II.

my

2.

IV.

Tranfported with the view, Pm


In wonder, love, and praife.

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utter

all

Thy

praife.

LET

US,

WITH A GLADSOME MIND


Pfalm 136.

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with a gladfome mind,


Lord, for He is kind
For His mercies aye endure,

Ever

a^

Own people He did blefs,


In the wafteful wildernefs
For His mercies aye endure.
Ever faithful, ever fure.

p His

us,

Praife the

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IV.

1.

mf Let

_x

faithful, ever fure.

II.

us blaze His Name abroad,


For of gods He is the God
f For His mercies aye endure,
Ever faithful, ever fure.

mf Let

mf All
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things living
full

/For His
Ever

with all-commanding might,


new-made earth with light
/For His mercies aye endure,
Ever faithful, ever fure.
Filled the

doth feed
their need

mercies aye endure,

faithful, ever fure.

VI.

III.

mf He,

He

hand fupplies

p He hath, with a piteous eye,


Looked upon our mifery :
ffVov His mercies aye endure,
Ever

faithful,

ever fure.

THE SPACIOUS FIRMAMENT ON HIGH.


Pfalm

(general

w/The

fpacious firmament on high,

With

all

No. 254,

19.

p Soon

evening fhades prevail,

as the

The moon

up the wondrous tale,


nightly to the lifl'ning earth
Repeats the ftory of her birth ;

the blue ethereal fky,

And

takes

And

fpangled heav'ns, a mining frame,


Their great Original proclaim.

Th' unwearied fun, from day to day,


Does his Creator's pow'r difplay,

rr^.Whilft

And

all

the ftars that round her burn,

the planets, in their turn,


Confirm the tidings as they roll,

And publifhes to every land


The work of an Almighty hand.

all

/And

fpread the truth from pole to pole.

III.

pp What, though in folemn filence all


Move round the dark terreflrial ball
What, though no real voice or found
Amidft their radiant orbs be found ;
(res. In Reafon's car they all rejoice,

And

utter forth a glorious voice,

For ever finging as they lhine


u The hand that made us is Divine."
:

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LORD, SEE

HOW

SWELLING CROWDS ARISE.


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No. 255

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mf My voice hath fought the Lord above


He heard me in the ftill,
And fent an anfwer, winged with love,

Lord, fee how fwclling crowds arifc,


To wreck me thick arrayed
Hear how the throng infulting cries:
" His God denies him aid "
But, Lord, my caftle Thou wilt ftand,

From yonder holy

A fhicld before me fprcad


My worfhip, Thou haft lent Thine
To

raifc

my

hand,

drooping head.

cordial for

III.

will not fear ten thoufand foes,

That marfhal haughty bands,

And close mc round in angered rows,


To whelm mc 'ncath their hands.
Up, Lord my God, reveal Thy face,
And finite the focmen down
Thine is the fafcty, and Thy Grace
Thy people's brightcft crown.
!

hill.

me down, and took my reft;


I raifed me up again
Thou wcrt a pillow for my breaft,
I laid

my

pain.

WHERE HIGH THE HEAVENLY TEMPLE

STANDS.
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/"Where high the heavenly temple {lands, ^> A SufPrer once, He yet retains
The houfe of God not made with hands, A tender pity for our pains
A great High Pried our nature wears, And frill remembers in the fkies
The Guardian of mankind appears.
His tears, and agonies, and cries.
;

II.

Who

for men in mercy flood,


poured on earth His precious blood,
Purfues in heaven His plan of Grace,

He,

And

And

lives to aid the

human

race.

In every pang that rends the heart,

The Man

of Sorrows had a part;


fympathifes with our grief,
And fends the fufFrer fweet relief.

He

VI.

III.

mf Though now

afcended up on high,
He bends on earth a brother's eye
Partaker of the human name,

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the frailty of our frame.

/ With

boldnefs, therefore, at the thronf

Let us make

And afk
To help

all

our forrows known,

the aids of heavenly power,

us in the evil hour.

SHADOW OF A MIGHTY ROCK,


No. 257.

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Let

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mock,

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Brighter

Shadow on
Let me

O my God,

than eye can

mf Out

me

break,

of Thee are fhades of death,


Weary ways, and hours unbleft
Shadow of the Rock, beneath
Thee alone are joy and reft.

fee,

the heavenward road,


find

IV.

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II.

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p Let me find, for mercy's fake,
Shelter where Thy fhadows fall.

Stretching o'er a weary land


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T2Z3

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I.

p Shadow of

Jr*s

my

(hade in Thee.

/Till the race of


Till

God

my

life

be run,

foul in reft be laid,

of gods,

Thou

art

my Sun

Son of God, be Thou my Shade

MUCH

IN SORROW, OFT IN WOE.


No. 258.

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March, in heavenly armour clad

woe,

onward go
and, worn with

Christians,

Fight the fight,


ftrife,
Steep with tears the Bread of Life.

Fight, nor think the battle long


VicYry foon mall tune your fong.

II.

/Onward,

Christians,

onward go!

Join the war, and face the foe


Faint not
much doth yet remain
Dreary is the long campaign.
!

Let not forrow dim your eye,


Soon mall every tear be dry
Let not woe your courfe impede
Great your ftrength, if great your need.
;

VI.

III.

#?/ Shrink not, Christians

will

ye yield

Will ye quit the painful field ?


Will ye flee in danger's hour ?
Know ye not your Captain's power

/ Onward

then to battle move


than conqu'rors ye mall prove
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ALL PEOPLE THAT ON EARTH DO DWELL,


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people, that on earth do dwell,


Sing to the Lord with cheerful voice
Him ferve with fear, His praife forth tell
Come ye before Hirrr, and rejoice.
II.

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God

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doth us feed,
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fheep
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And for
our aid

III.

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enter then His gates with praife,


Approach with joy His courts unto
Praife, laud, and blefs His Name always,
For it is feemly fo to do.
!

IV.

^"For why ? the Lord our God is good,


His mercy is for ever fure
His truth at all times firmly flood,
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His pow'r and His love


Shield and Defender,

Our

The Ancient

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Our

tell

IV.

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of His might,

fing of

Redeemer and Friend

II.

mercies how tender


firm to the end
Maker, Defender,

How

of days,

Pavilioned in fplendor,
And girded with praife.

feeble as frail,

Thee do we truft,
Nor find Thee to fail

His

grace,

Might
Love

meafurelefs
Ineffable

Whofe robe is the light,


Whofe canopy fpace

While angels delight


To hymn Thee above,

His

The humbler creation,


Though feeble their lays,
With true adoration
Shall lifp to Thy praife.

chariots of wrath

Deep thunder-clouds form,

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On the

is

His path

wings of the florm.

HOSANNA TO THE LIVING LORD.


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To Christ, Creator, Saviour, King,


Let earth, let Heaven, Hofanna fing,
^"Hofanna

Saviour, with protecting care


Return to this Thy houfe of prayer,
Aflemblcd in Thy facrcd Name,

Where we Thy parting promifc claim.


/Hofanna in the higheft

in the highcfl

II.

/"Hofanna," Lord, Thine

angels cry;

p But,

" Hofanna," Lord, Thy faints reply ;


Above, beneath us, and around,
The dead and living fwcll the found.

^"Hofanna

in the higheft

chicfeft, in

Eternal, bid

And make

IV.
our clcanfed breaft,

Thy

Spirit reft

Temple

pure, and worthy Thee.

/Hofanna

V.
pp So, in the laft and dreadful day,
When earth and Heaven fhall melt away,
crcs. Thy flock, redeemed from finful ftain,
Shall fwcll the found of praifc again.

^"Hofanna

our fecret foul to be

in the higheft!

in the higheft!

DEATHLESS PRINCIPLE, ARISE

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thy earthly houfe diftreft,


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'Tis not thou, but me, muft die
Fly,

celeftial tenant, fly

thy fhackles, drop thy clay,


Sweetly breathe thyfelf away
Singing, to thy crown remove,
Swift of vving, and fired with love.

f Burfl

His Prefence fly


Thine the merit of His Blood
Thine the righteousnefs of God.
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THINE FOR EVER! GOD OF LOVE.


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us from
for ever

Here, and

may we

in eternity

Thine for ever

They who

for ever

Saviour, Guardian, heavenly Friend,

be,

defend us to the end.


IV.

Lord

of

p Thine

life,

Shield us through our earthly

Thefe,

ftrife

Thou, the Life, the Truth, the Way,


Guide us to the realms of day.

for ever

Thy

Saviour, keep
and trembling fheep

Safe alone beneath

Let us

all

Thy

Thine for ever Thou our Guide,


All our wants by Thee fupplied,
Ail our fins by Thee forgiven,
Lead us, Lord, from earth to heaven.
!

frail

V.

Oh, how bleft


Thee their reft

find in

II.

Thine

III.

I.

w/ Thine

Thy

care,

goodnefs mare.

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!

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ALL HAIL THE POWER OF

JESU'S

NAME

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from His

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face,

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Who

lyre,

fall

tunes their choir,

^*And crown Him Lord

Who
Now,

ye morning

of

Him

Him Lord

of

all

Hail

Him Who faves you by His grace,


crown Him Lord of all

^And

all

ftars

of

light,

mfHa.il

of

Ifrael's

ord of

/ Let

might,

all

VI.
ye heirs of David's line,
David Lord did call

Him,

Whom

fixed this floating ball

hail the ftrength

ff And crown

Rod,

nf Ye feed of Ifrael's chofen race,


Ye ranfomed of the fall,

III.

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altar call
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Extol the ftem of

mf Let high-born Seraphs tune the


And,

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Name

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Let angels proftrate fall


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every tribe and every tongue

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Now

creation's call,

fhout in univerfal fong,

^"The crowned Lord

of

all

MY
General,

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A SHADE, MY

LIFE'S

DAYS,
No. 265

or Easter

221

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My

life's

Apace
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My Lord
My duft
cres.

my

made,
is life,

mf My Lord His

days

to death decline

He'll raife

again, e'en

Sweet truth to

mine

me

mall arife,
And with thefe eyes

mail arife,
/And with thefe eyes

My

Saviour

My

fee.

Saviour

My peaceful
My bones
I

grave mall keep


till

I faid

fometimes with tears,


I'm loth to die

Ah me

that fweet day,

wake from my long

And

fee.

IV.

II.

angels mail

Their golden trumpets found,


At whofe moft welcome call
My grave mail be unbound.
Sweet truth to me

Lord,

fleep,

My

leave my bed of clay.


Sweet truth, &:c.

life's

V.

mf What means my

To

My

be thus

life

and

Though

trembling heart,
of death ;

my

ne'er part,

refign

my

breath.

Sweet truth, &x.

filence

Thou

thefe fears:

with Thee on high.


Sweet truth, &c.

YE BOUNDLESS REALMS OF

JOY,

Pfalm 148.

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No. 266

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III.

I.

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mf United

boundlefs realms of joy.


Exalt your Maker's fame,
His praife your fong employ
Above the flarry frame

Whofe

voices raife,

Ye cherubim
And feraphim,

To

fing

His

glorious

The

praife.

His

day,

your homage pay

praife declare,

Ye heavens
And clouds
In liquid

air.

to raife ;

alone

fky tranfcends.

IV.

that rul'ft the night,

And fun, that guid'ft the


Ye glitt'ring ftars of light,

To Him

Name

His power obey


His glorious fway

II.

p Thou moon,

fhewn

Deferves our endlefs praife.


Earth's utmoft ends

Your

zeal be

His wondrous fame

above,
that

move

p His chofen faints to grace,


He fets them up on high,

And
;

favours

Ifrael's race.

to Him are
Who
raife
therefore
O
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ftill

Your

nigh.

grateful voice,

And ftill rejoice


The Lord to praise.

O PRAISE YE THE LORD.


Pfalm 149.

ffiencral

No. 267,

II.

1.

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Let them His great Name


Extol in the dance ;
With timbrel and harp
His praifes cxprefs
Who always takes pleafure
His faints to advance,
And with His falvation

praise ye the Lord,

Prepare your glad voice,

His praife in the great


Affembly to fing
In our great Creator
Let Ifrael rejoice,
And children of Sion
Be glad in their King.

The humble
III.

ff By angels

in

heaven

Of every degree,
And faints upon earth,
All praife be addreft

To God

in

Three Perfons,

One God
As

it

ever blcrt;
has been, now is,

And

always

fhall be.

to blefs.

ERE GOD HAD BUILT THE MOUNTAINS.


No. 268.

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mountains,

Thy glory and Thy grace,


Thou everlafting Lover
Of our unworthy race
Thy gracious Eye furveyed us,

the fountains,

That feed the running rills,


Brought forth from everlafting,
I, Wifdom, dwelt with Him,
In joyance never wafting,
And brightnefs never dim.

Ere

ftars

In wisdom

And

Of ocean's mighty flood


He wrought by weight and meafure
And I was with Him then

cres.

And Mine

haft

made

us,

IV.

an arched dwelling,
He fpread the Ikies abroad,
And fvvathed about the fwelling
like

Myfelf the Father's

were hung above;

Thou

died for us in love.

II.

When,

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built the

raifed the fruitful hills,

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Thou

be delighted

With creatures fuch as we,


Who, when we faw Thee, flighted,
And nailed Thee to a tree ?
Unfathomable Wonder,

And Myftery divine


The voice, that fpeaks in thunder,
Says, " Sinner, I am thine !"
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LOVER OF MY SOUL.

JESU,

No. 269.

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Let

me

to

my

mf

foul,

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my

foul at laft

crcs.

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truft

III.

mf

none

helplcfs foul

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on Thee

me

on Thee

is

flayed,

my help from Thee I


Cover my defencelefs head
With the fhadow of Thy
All

life is paft,

into the haven guide

receive

my

not alone,
fupport and comfort me

dim. Leave, ah

While the nearer waters roll,


While the tempeft flill is high
p Hide me, O my Saviour, hide,
Till the ftorm of

Other refuge have

fly,

cres.

<res.

!:

Plenteous grace with


Grace to cover all

Thee

my

is

found,

fin

Let the healing ftrcams abound;


Make, and keep me pure within
Thou of Life the Fountain art,
Freely let me take of
Spring Thou up within
Rife to all eternity
!

Thee

my

heart

bring

wing

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O KING OF EARTH, AND

AND

AIR,

SEA.
No. 270.

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For

daily bread

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Our

daily bread

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The
The
The

complain
ravens fpread their wings in vain
roaring lions lack and pine

from day

part us from our heavenly

When

to day.

VI.
cres.

ftill

for

Thine

Do Thou Thy
By which

careft

home;

danger, want, and woe,


faithlefs tears begin to flow,
loft in

III.

for food

But; God, Thou

to day.

p And oh! when through the wilds we roam,

call,

The common Father, good to all


Then grant Thy fervants,LoRD,we pray,

may

from day

V.

the lions roaring

fifties

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Thy bounteous hand with food can blefs


The bleak and lonely wildernefs
And Thou haft taught us,Lord, to pray

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To Thee

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The bread of life from day to day.

O ALL YE PEOPLE, CLAP YOUR HANDS,


Pfalm 47.

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Sing praifes, praifes fhout around

all ye people, clap your hands,

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foemen He mail bruife,


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reigns fupreme, the

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Before His ark. the heathen fall,


The throne of Majefly on high.

V.

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The princes of our honoured


Above His univerfal flock

God

Lord of all

fervent heart repeat the cry

fpreads the buckler of

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JESU,

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ftill it is

Thy Own

to fee

dear Prefence, ever bleft.

fweeter in the

bofom

Jesus, Son of

God

fprings,

moil high.

To

merciful to thofe that feek


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Sf

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VI.

mourners, worn and weak,


thofe that afk of Thee, how kind

But what

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Reft with us, gracious Lord, this day


Let heavenly radiance o'er us fall
Chafe darknefs from the foul away,
And with Thy fweetnefs fill us all.

III.

O Hope of
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II.

voice a chant more lovely rings,


Nor founds a more melodious cry

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cres.No tongue of mortal can difclofe,


No pen availeth to proclaim ;
He only, who hath tried it, knows
How bleft is he that loves Thy Name.

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Jesu,

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mf Our joy, O Jesu, deign to be!


Thou foon malt prove our richeft

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to thofe that find

prize

may our

glory be in Thee,
Till age o'er age fhall ceafe to

rife

LORD, AS TO THY DEAR CROSS

WE

FLEE.

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And form our fouls for heaven.

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grace our felfifhnefs expel,

Our

And

earthlinefs refine,

kindnefs in our bofoms dwell,

As

and true

free

as

Thine.

IV.

II.

us, through good report and

ill,

If joy mail at

And

daily crofs to bear,

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Father, Thy will be done.

ftrife,

Forgiving and forgiven,


cres.

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We

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Say, poor firmer, lov'it thou Me

is

an unchanging love,

Higher than the heights above,


Deeper than the depths beneath,

?"

Free and

faithful, ftrong as death.

V.

II.
cf

I delivered thee

And, when

f Thou

when bound,

bleeding, healed thy

Sought thee wandering,

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fet

the

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malt

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throne malt be ;

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Say, poor finner, lov'ft thou

III.

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men.

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cres.

it is

my

chief complaint,

That my love is weak and faint ;


Yet I love Thee and adore
Oh for grace to love Thee more
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NO CHANGE OF TIMES SHALL EVER SHOCK,


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My firm affection, Lord, to Thee,
For Thou

haft always been

fortrefs

my

w/ To Thee

I will

To Whom

all

My

and defence to me.

is

in

my God,

Thy mighty power

Thou art my fhield from foes abroad,


At home my fafeguard and my tower.

prayer,

juftly

owe

foe.

p By floods of wicked men diftreffed,


With feas of forrow compafled round
With dire infernal pangs oppreffed,
In death's unwieldv fetters bound

V.

To heaven
To God
cres.

my
we

IV.

Deliv'rer art,

truft

praife

So mail I, by Thy watchful care,


Be guarded from my treach'rous

rock,

II.

Thou my

addrefs

made my mournful prayer,


addreffed my humble moan,

Who gracioufly inclined His ear


f And heard me from His lofty

throne.

GOD MOVES

IN

A MYSTERIOUS WAY.
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His wonders to perform


He plants His footfteps in the
And rides upon the ftorm.

mf Judge

not the

Lord

by feeble

fenfe,

But truft Him for His grace


Behind a frowning providence

Tea,

He

hides a fmiling face.

II.

Deep

in

Of never-failing

He

His purpofes

unfathomable mines

treafures

up His bright

And works His

will ripen faft,

Unfolding every hour


The bud may have a bitter tafte,
But fweet will be the flower.

(kill,

defigns,

fovereign will.

VI.

III.

/ Ye fearful faints,
The clouds ye

frefh courage take

much

dread
Are big with mercy, and fhall break
In bleflings on your head.
fo

Blind unbelief

is

fure to err,

And fcan His work in vain


God is His Own Interpreter,
And He will make it plain.

WHEN GATHERING CLOUDS AROUND

VIEW.

(general.

When

p If wounded love my bofom fwell,


Deceived by thofe I prized too well
crcs. He mail His pitying aid bellow,
Who felt on earth severer woe ;
dim. At once betrayed, denied, or fled,
By thofe who fharcd His daily bread.

gath'ring clouds around I view,


days arc dark and friends arc few,
On Him I lean, Who, not in vain,
Experienced every human pain
fees my wants, allays my fears,
And counts and trcafures up my tears.

And

cres.

/He

IV.

II.

mflf aught mould tempt my foul to ftray


From heavenly wifdom's narrow way

To

fly

Or do

f Still

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would purfuc,
would not do

the good I
the fin I

He,

Who

Shall guard

me

felt

If vexing thoughts within

cres.

Still

An

temptation's pow'r,

fore difmayed,

cres. Still, Mill

My

rife,

Shall fwectly foothc, fhall gently dry,

throbbing heart, the ltrcaming eye.

V.
!

me

fpirit dies

He, Who once vouchfafed to bear


anguim bord'ring on defpair,

The

in that dang'rous hour.

p And O when
Through every

my

have fafely paft

conflict but the laft;

unchanging, watch befide

painful bed, for

Thou

haft died!

mf Then point to realms of cloudlcfs


p And wipe the latcft tear away.'

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Pfalm 42.

AS pants the hart for cooling ftreams,


When heated in the chase
So longs my foul, O God, for Thee,
And Thy refrefhing grace.

My heart

pierced, as with a fword,

is

Whilft thus

my

foes upbraid

Vain boafter where is now Thy God


And where His promifed aid ?
!

II.

mf For Thee, my God,

My

the living

doth pine
behold Thy

m/GoD

God,

Oh, when

Thou

fhall I

face,

aid for thee,

thankful

foul

and change thy fighs

hymns of

ftrength,

how long

fhall I,

oppreffors' fcorn

VI.

Ill

Why reftlefs, why caft down, my


cres.
Truft God, Who will employ
To

my

To my

Majefty divine

His

of

Like one forgotten, mourn ?


Forlorn, forfaken, and expofed

thirfty foul

joy.

Why reftlefs, why caft

down,

my

foul

Hope ftill, and thou fhalt fing


The praife of Him, Who is thy God,
Thy health's eternal Spring.

cres.

LORD OF MERCY AND OF MIGHT!


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IV.

#z/Who, when fin's tremendous doom


Gave creation to the tomb,
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above celeftial things,


on Angels' wings,
Lord of lords, and King of kings,
p Jesus hear and fave

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Hear us help us when we cry,
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Pilgrim through this barren land
am weak, but Thou art mighty
Hold me with Thy pow'rful hand
cres. Bread of heaven
Feed me now and evermore.

p Guide me,

mf Open now
Whence
Let the

the cryftal fountain,


the healing ftreams do flow

fiery,

cloudy

III.

p When
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my

anxious fears fubfide

Death of deaths, and hell's deftruction,


Land me fafe on Canaan's fide
:

/ Songs of
I will

pillar

Lead me all my journey through


/Strong Deliv'rer
Be Thou ftill my ftrength and fhield.

praifes

ever give to Thee.

LORD OF THE WORLDS ABOVE.


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O happy men that pay

w/Lord

of the worlds above,


pleafant and how fair
The dwellings of Thy love,
Thy earthly temples are
p cres. To Thine abode

How

Their conftant

My
fee

cres.

They

my

praife

/ To

God.

Sion's

III.

mfThty go from
Through

ftrength to ftrength

this

dark vale of

Till each arrives at length


Till each in
cres.

ftill

happy they,
That love the way

defires

fervice there

Thee

And

heart afpires

With warm

/ To

tears,

heaven appears

glorious feat,

When God,

our King,

Shall thither bring

/Our

willing feet

hear

hill.

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WHY, MY SOUL, THUS TREMBLING EVER?


No. 282

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foul, thus

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Christ

fear

near

is

f Nought from Him


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is

cres.

can fever.

and Christ

thine,

own

fhall

Faithful be

He

Until

triumph crown

Shall with

f Death

thee

cannot deilroy for ever:


From our fears,
Cares and tears,

Soon fhall it deliver.


Doors of grief and gloom it
While the foul,
Free and whole,

With

thee.

the faints repofes.

V.

II.

p Painful

crofs if

He mould

fend me,

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cres.

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my

p Lord,

complaint,

mould end me

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me

for

knew Thee.

Thou

hail

bought

But Thy blood


Free falvation brought me.
VI.
mine, and, for

yThou

They

Shining light
In my heart abiding!
p Saviour dear let me, attaining

appear,

Christ are planted


cannot appal them

in

They

When

rejoice

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call

To Thy
There

them.

my

guiding,

bright

cres.

the voice

Of their Lord

me

I flood,

and undaunted,
Everywhere

itfelf

Thee

cres.

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Death

ere I

am Thine,

p Loft

cheerful,

Who

to

cres. I

hath borne the Crofs before


Soon no pain
Shall remain,
Only peace be o'er me.

mf Hopeful,

me

Shepherd, take

am Thine,
Thou art mine,

Shall I faint

Left the grief

clofes,

fide,

abide,

ff With Thee ever reigning

LORD OF POWER, LORD OF MIGHT.


No. 283.

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3A

p Lord of power, Lord of might,

cres.

God and Father of us all,


Lord of day, and Lord of night,

Graft within our heart of hearts

Love undying

Liften to our folemn call


/Liften, whilft to Thee we raife
Songs of prayer and fongs of praife.

Thy Name;

IV.

II.

mf Light, and love, and life are Thine,


Great Creator of all good

and full of peace,


May our life on earth be bleft
When our trials here mail ceafe,

p Full of

years,

And

at laft

our fouls with light divine


Give us with our daily food,
BlerTings from Thy heavenly (tore,
BlerTings rich for evermore.

Fill

for

Bid us, ere the day departs,


Spread afar our Maker's fame;
Young and old together blefs,
Clothe our fouls with righteoufnefs.

we

fink to reft,

Fountain of eternal Love,


dim. Call us to our home above

cres.

WHOM

O THOU FROM

ALL GOODNESS FLOWS,


No. 284.

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Good Lord, remember me

my

burdened heart

My fins heavily,
My pardon fpeak, new peace
In love

my

face for

Thy

dear

Name,

remember me
Ill

VI.

mf Temptations

And

If on

Reproach and fhame there be,


All hail reproach, and welcome fhame,
If Thou remember me

lie

cres.

relief:
!

V.

II.

groaning, on

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Saviour, with my parting breath,


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Him,

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Praife

Him,

Him

ye heavens, adore
Angels, in the height
!

rejoice before
all

ye

flare

Him

and light

II.

Praife the

Lord,

for

He

hath fpoken

Worlds His mighty voice obeyed

Laws, which never fhall be broken,


For their guidance He hath made.
III.

Praife the

Lord

for

He

is

glorious

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God hath made His faints victorious

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SOUL,

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my foul, the King of heaven ;


His feet thy tribute bring!
RanfomeJ, healed, reflored, forgiven,
Who iike me His praife mould fing?

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Him,

praife

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Him

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Him,

Praife

Widely

as

Praife

To

Him

for

His grace and favour

our fathers in

Him. Hill the fame as ever,


Slow to chide, and fwift to blefs!
f Praife Him, praife Him
Glorious in His faithfulnefs

Him

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THE KING OF HEAVEN.


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help us to adore

Him

Ye behold Him face to face


Sun and moon, bow down before Kim
;

cres.

Dwellers

ff

all

Praife

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in

time and fpace.

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pious mirth,
the righteous Judge and King,

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all

the earth.

fhall the

And we

with plenty fhall be crowned,


Which God, our God, beftows.
VI.

Let difPring nations join


To celebrate Thy fame ;
Let all the world, O Lord, combine
glorious

teeming ground

large increafe difclofe

III.

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The glories of our God and King,
The triumphs of His grace.

p Jesus the Name that charms our


That bids our forrows ceafe ;
!

fears,

'Tis mufic in the flnner's ears,


'Tis

life,

and health, and peace.


IV.

II.

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gracious Matter and our God,


us to proclaim,
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The honours of Thy Name.

cres.

He fpeaks, and, lift'ning to His


New life the dead receive
The mournful, broken hearts
The humble poor believe.

/Hear Him,
Your

voice,

ye deaf; His praife, ye


loofened tongues employ ;

Ye blind, behold your Saviour


And leap, ye lame, for joy

dumb,

come,

rejoice,

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We wept, with doleful thoughts oppreft,

IV.
tune our voice to fing,
Or touch our harps with fkilful hands
Shall hymns of joy to God, our King,

How

mall

flaves in foreign lands

when with joy we fung,


tuneful parts to bear,

neglected

hung

willow-trees that withered there.

our once happy feat,


When I of thee forgetful prove,
Let then my trembling hand forget
The fpeaking ftrings with art to move.

Salem

VI.

III.

our foes, who all confpired mf 1(1 to mention thee forbear,


Eternal filence feize my tongue
in our flavifh wrongs,
dim. Or if I fing one cheerful air,
Sweet mufic in our grief required
Till thy deliv'rance is my fong.
Come, fing us one of Sion's fongs.

mf Meanwhile

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REST.
No. 289,

69.

Sat

TO

PJalm 137.

(SReneral.

LIMBS

triumph

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NAME OF OUR TRIUMPHANT


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Loud we hail its glory bright


Which in God the Father's bofom
Lay for ages hid from fight

Now

His holy Church proclaims it,


Graced with gifts of heav'nly light.

p When

fweetnefs, Name of joyance,


Name that parTeth tongue to tell
JESUS is the blefled title
This the Name that pleafeth well
it

cancels

of love, that faves from

Glorious

preached,

is

falls

Darknefs from the foul

hell

/ This

it

clears.

great

homage
Name, on high confeft

for lowly

Name

for ceafelefs meditation


In this vale of dark unreft ;

Worthy Name for deep devotion


Through the manfions of the bleft.

Name,

to

Heav'n

exalted,

Rules by right fupreme on high

Wondrous Name,

that

fills

with terror

Pow'rs of evil, forced to fly


Name vouchfafed for our Salvation,
!

Brought by God's fweet mercy

nigh.

VI.

III.
it is

aloud

upon the ears


When it humbly is entreated,
Sweet as honey it appears
Joy attends its contemplation
Mufic

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On

this

Thy Name,

fo facred,

our knees will we adore


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Firmly root it, we implore ;
ffSo that, joined with hofts of Heaven,
may praife Thee evermore.

We

FAR FROM THE WORLD, O LORD,

FLEE.
No. 291.

(Enteral, or Lent.

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retreat, the filent

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Her folitary lays
Nor afks a witnefs of her fong,
Nor thirds for human praife.

II.

The calm

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IV.

Far from the world, O Lord, I flee,


From ftrife and tumult far
From fcenes, where Satan wages (till
His mort

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made,

praife agree,

made

fweet bounty

tnf Great Author, Guardian of my life,


Sweet Source of light Divine,

And,

My

For thofe who follow Thee.

harmonious names in one,


Saviour, Thou art mine.

all

VI.

III.

/ What thanks I owe Thee, and what love,


mf There, if Thy Spirit touch the foul,
A boundlefs, endlefs ftore,
abode,
mean
And grace her
echo through the realms above,
Shall
love,
and
peace,
and
With what delight,
time mail be no more.
When
God
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A RIVER, DEEP AND BROAD.

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When men the waters crave.

no mortal knows ;
fills with joy the Church of God,
And widens as it flows.
Its courfe

V.

II.

/ More

To them

clear than cryftal

And

is the dream,
bright with endlefs day ;

The waves

And

life

diftrefsed fouls repair

The Lord

And

they flow contentions ceafe,


love and meeknefs reign ;

The Lord Himfelf commands the peace,

And

foes confpire in vain.

them nigh
there

VI.

III.

p Where'er

invites

They leave their cares and forrows


They drink, and never die.

with every blefling teem,


and health convey.

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on,

And

till all

all

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obey His

largely flow,

fill ;

Saviour know,
will.

MEEK AND GENTLE.

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p Jesu, meek and gentle,


Son of God moft high,
cres. Pitying, loving Saviour,

Hear Thy

Give us holy freedom,


our hearts with love

Fill

Draw

To

children's cry.

mf

mf Lead

offences,

Loofe our captive chains,


Break down every idol,

Which our

Holy Jesus

IV.

II.

p Pardon our

us,

the realms above.

cres.

To

foul detains.

celeftial

V.

p
cres.

Jesu, meek and gentle,


Son of God moft high,
Pitying, loving Saviour,

Hear Thy

us on our journey,

Be Thyfelf the Way,


Through terreftrial darknefs,

children's cry.

day.

MY
Central,

GOD,

MY

TO THEE

LIFE,

CALL.
No. 294.

or

I.

mf My God, my Life, to Thee


Afflidted at Thy fQCt I fall

When

I call,

rifing water-floods prevail,

my

Leave not

trembling heart to

fail.

II.

Friend of the friendlefs and the faint,


Where mould I lodge my deep complaint
Where but with Thee, Whofe open door
Invites the helplefs and the poor ?
III.

Did ever mourner plead with Thee,

And Thou

refufe that mourner's plea ?

Does not the word frill fixed remain,


That none fhall feek Thy face in vain ?
IV.
/#/"

Though poor

Yet God,

f And
For

he

am,

my God>

is fafe,

whom

the

defpifed, forgot,

forgets

me

not

and mull fucceed,

Lord

vouchfafes to plead.

MY GOD AND FATHER, WHILE

STRAY.

No. 295.

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haft called

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to refign

moll I prized, it ne'er was mine


I have but yielded what was Thine
p " Thy will be done."

V.

II.

p Should

lot,

breathe the prayer divinely taught,


p " Thy will be done."

cres.

grief, or ficknefs,

wafte

away

My life in premature decay,


I ftrive to fay,
My Father,
ftill

/ "

Thy

will be done."

VI.

III.

p What though in lonely grief I figh


For friends beloved, no longer nigh
cres. Submiffive ftill would I reply,
p " Thy will be done."

mf

Let but

my

My

p "

Thy

VII.

p Renew my will from day to day;


Blend it with Thine, and take away
All that now makes it hard to fay,
cres.

fainting heart be bleft

With Thy fwcct Spirit for its Gucft,


God, to Thee I leave the reft;

"

Thv

will be done."

~2~

Though Thou
^ What

heart to fay,
done."

mf Though dark my path, and fad my


Let me be ftill, and murmur not,
Or

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home, on life's rough way,

teach

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God and Father,

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will be done."

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WHY STORM THE HEATHEN?


CffWral,

PJaIm

or Easter.

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No. 296,

III.

1.

vi/Why florm
The frantic

Wherefore do they ring


my King ?
Their monarchs rife, their rulers madly fay
f" Quick burft His fetters, caft His cords away !"
the heathen

cry, to dispofTefs

My Son art Thou, this day hath feen Thy birth


Afk Me, and ftraight Thou reigneft Lord of earth;
"

Sore welts of iron Thou ihalt fharply deal,


{hatter them, like fhards from potter's wheel.

And

IV.

II.

/ But He

that

fits

the heav'ns difdains the fcorn

Derifive laughter founds

Then mirth

f" My

King

gives
is

upon

way, and

the

morn

now is wrath

exprefled

firm enthroned on Zion's creft.

wife, then, O ye monarchs of the globe;


Affume, ye judges, wifdom's honoured robe 5
Stoop down before the Lord in lowly dread,
And joy before Him with fubmiffive head.

mf" Be

" Kifs ye the Son, left He fhould rife in wrath,


And fo ye perifh from the rightful path
era. For mould His anger kindle but a gleam
/Thrice bleft are they, who truft this King fupreme

!"

GREAT GOD, WHOSE SCEPTRE RULES THE EARTH,


No. 297,

(general.

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in.

mf Great God, Whofe fccptre rules the


Diftil Thy fear within my heart,

earth,

mf

That being wrapt with holy mirth,

I may proclaim how good Thou


Ope wide my lips, that I may fing

Full praifes to

my

God,

my

In

Thou art Mill


The mount whereto my hopes do

make

all

extremes, Lord,

my

foul dcteft all

flee;

ill,

Because fo much abhorred by Thee;


Lord, let Thy gracious trials fhew

art

That

King.

am

juft,

or

make me

fo.

IV.
p Great God, Thy garden is defaced ;
p O Fount of light and living breath,
The weeds thrive there, the flowers decay;
Whofe mercies never fail nor fade,
O call to mind Thy promifc part,
Fill me with life that hath no death,
RcRorc Thou them, cut thefc away:
Fill me with light that hath no fhadc
Till then let not the weeds have power
cres. Appoint the remnant of my days
To ftarvc, or flint the poorcft flower.
To fee Thy power, and fing Thy praife*
V.
Thou, that fitt'ft in heaven, and fcc'ft
My deeds without, my thoughts within,
Be Thou my Prince, be Thou my Pricft,
Command my foul, and cure my fin:
II.

How
1

bitter

my

care not, fo

afflictions be,

I rife to

Thee.

CLOTHED WITH STATE, AND GIRT WITH MIGHT.


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On His Church now pourcth down,

'Tis our

fhall fmitc in holy vengeance


All His foes beneath His throne.

IV.

manfions,

dim the

eye.

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Man

tear can

II.

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creation,

Homclcfs, weary, fighing, weeping


Over fin and Satan's fway ?
'Tis our God, our glorious Saviour,
Ris'n above the (tarry flcy,

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Who

Who

of forrows,
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that hangcth dying,

With the thieves on cither fide


Nails His hands and feet arc tearing,
And the fpcar hath pierced His fide
'Tis the God, Who ever livcth,
'Mid the mining ones on high,
In the glorious, golden city,
Reigning cvcrlaftingly.

THOU EARTH,

O'ER

&

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Smile through thy

/ When

light.

does thy pathway feem

All dark to feeble fight?


Direct thine eyes to Christ on high,
For He fhall give thee light.

Christ

does the fhadowy foe


of fight ?
Dauntlefs hold up the fhield of faith,
/ For Christ fhall give thee light.
Soldier

Shroud

cres.

day

is

nigh

give thee light.

cres.

trembling one, who muft appear


Before Him in His might!
He is thy Judge, but He is love,
And He fhall give thee light.

Thou

VI.

Ill,

tears, the
fhall

thine heart

V.

/
mf

bowed

In fad and dreary night

II.

IV.

m/ Thou earth, o'er which the curfe of fin


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haft thou reached


pure and bright ?

Bleft heir of glory

Thy home
Thy heritage

fo
is

fure, for

For ever gives thee

Christ

light.

O LORD,

HOW EXCELLENT THY NAME


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excellent

Thy Name

founds aloud from pole to pole


Thy glory foars above this frame
The heavens beneath it humbly roll.
It

When

I behold Thy heavens above.


The moon and ftars with beaming face,
Lord, what is man, to meet Thy love ?
The fon of man, to win Thy grace ?

IV.

II.

Lo

lifping

It ftills

the

w/To

babes a voice betray,

A voice that fpeaks with pow'r divine


foeman

Th' avenger

in the fray

yields to

f The

And

world doth him

Bird, bead and

^Then, Lord, how

We

a ftation

That he

Thee and Thine

him

Than Angel

its

fifh,

It

dofl deign,

down,
on high may reign,

wear a never-fading crown.

lord proclaim,

on

fea

excellent

laud and love

at laft

Thou

hofts but lower

and more

Thy Name!

evermore

WAKE! THE WATCHMENS' VOICE


Wachet auf !

General.

^Wake

ruft uns die Stimme.

the watchmen's voice is founding


comes from towered heights rebounding
Wake up Jerufalem, arise
Hours of midnight, o'er thee falling,

It

With trumpet-tone are loudly calling


Where ftay thy virgins, watchful, wife

The Bridegroom comes


Stand up

awake

your lanterns take

IS

She Harts from flumber, fweet and foft


her Lord from heaven in fplendor,
All ftrong in truth, with mercy tender

Comes
Her

flar in

radiance mounts aloft

Defcend, Thou deathlefs Crown


Great Son of God, come down
/"Hark! Hofannas!
We follow towards the halls of joy,
To fup in blifs without alloy.

cres.

ff Hallelujah!
ready for the nuptial rite,
For ye mull meet Him, decked with

Make

light.

IN.
Lord, afcending
From tongues of men and angels, blending
With harp and cymbal's thrilling tone

/"Hear Thy

praifes,

By Thy

We

pearly gates in wonder


ftand, and fwell the voice of thunder,

Which
p

from holts around Thy throne


eye hath traced thofe bounds
ear hath caught thofe founds
Joys unuttered
the liftening heavens will rend
peals

No
No

f Yet we
With

No. 302.

z^Sion hears the watchmen ringing;


Her heart with deep delight is fpringing

SOUNDING.

hallelujahs, ne'er to

end

BRIEF LIFE

HERE OUR PORTION.

IS

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I.

p Brief

here our portion,

life is

Brief forrow, fhort-lived care


cres.

p And now we watch and ftruggle,


And now we live in hope,

And

The life that knows no ending,


The tearlefs life is there.

Sion, in her anguifh,

With Babylon muft


V.

II.

/O

happy retribution
Short

toil,

/But He, Whom now we

eternal reft

For mortals, and

Shall then be {Qtn and

And

for finners,

manfion with the

bleft

they,

Him

fight the battle

paflionlefs

fee

for their

renown.

cres.

Then

all

the halls of Sion

For aye mail be complete,


And, in the land of Beauty,
All things

in

Him,

own.

VI.

But then mall wear the crown


Of full, and everlafting,

And

truft in,

known,

who know and

Shall have

111.

mf And now we

cope.

beauty meet.

FOR THEE, O DEAR, DEAR COUNTRY.


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dear, dear country

nfO

The

fardius and the topaz


Unite in thee their rays.

ficknefs,

and

reft.

III.

mf Thine

agelefs walls are

bonded

With amethyft unpriced

Thy

faints build

The

up

its

fabric,

corner ftone is Christ.


Crofs is all thy fplendor,
The Crucified thy praife ;
His laud and benediction
Thy ranfomed people raifc.

cres.

And fmiles have no alloy


yWith jafper glow thy bulwarks,
Thy ftreets with emeralds blaze

undlion to the breaft,


life,

one,

eyes their vigils keep

And medicine in
And love, and

only manfion
Paradife of joy
Where tears are ever banifhed,

For very love, beholding


Thy happy name, they weep.
The mention of thy glory
Is

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JERUSALEM THE GOLDEN.


Urbs Syon aurea.

(general.

jJ^A-^r.

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No. 305

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A.

not,

Oh

Have conquered in the


For ever and for ever

Are

II.

ftand, thofc halls of Sion,

The
The pafturcs

of the blcfsed

Are decked

in glorious fhecn.

fight,

clad in robes of white.

IV.
fwect and blcfsed country
I to fee thy face ?
fwect and blcfsed country!
I to win that grace?
Yea, Lord Thy light and fuccour

Am

martyr throng.

ever in them
daylight is fercne ;

fcalt.

Leader,

Am

All jubilant with fong,


And bright with many an angel,

And all the


The Prince is

David;

The fliout of them that


And they, who with their

not,

What focial joys arc there


What radiancy of glory,
What light beyond compare.

/They

the throne of

And there, from care releafed,


The fong of them that triumph,

bleft,

know

is

crcs.

Shall guide

ff Where

me

will fing

In blifs for

to its fhore,

Thy

evermore

praifes
!

-QZ2I

III.

ff There

Beneath thy contemplation


Sink heart and voice opprcflcJ.

know

.oL

J.

////Jerusalem the golden,


With milk and honey

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YE SAINTS AND SERVANTS OF THE LORD.


Pfalm 113.

(general

III.

I.

/Ye

and fervants of the Lord,


The triumphs of His Name record;
His facred Name for ever blefs
Where'er the circling fun difplays
His rifing beams or fetting rays,
Due praife to His great Name addrefs
faints

/^Though

beneath His ftate to view,


In higheit heaven what angels do,

Yet

He

'tis

He

to earth vouchfafes

takes the

needy from

Advancing him

Companion

Let no created pow'r compare.

in courts to dwell,

to the greatefl there.

IV.

II.

through the world extends His fway


regions of eternal day
But fhadows of His glory are ;

God
The

With Him, Whofe majefty excels,


Who made the heaven, in which He

His care

his cell,

dwells,

/To

Holy Ghost,
The God Whom heaven's triumphant
And fufPring faints on earth adore,
Father, Son, and

Be glory
As now

as in ages
it

is,

When Time

and

pan1

fo fhall

itfelf fhall

laft,

be no more.

hoft,

NOW

ALL GIVE THANKS TO GOD.


Nun

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God,
and hands, and voices

Who glorious things hath done,


In which the world rejoices
p Since firft a mother's care
Watched o'er our infant hours,
(res. His matchlefs love on us
!

Unwearied

blcfling

fhow

J_

////The evcrlafting God,


As life is gently flowing,
The blifs of joy and peace
Is evermore bellowing
p Oh may He by His grace

give thanks to

heart,

:ez:

With

ceafclcfs care fuitain

whom He

All,

hath redeemed

From want, and woe, and

rs.

III.

^"Praifc God, the Father,

And

So.v,

Holy!
Hcav'n's immortal throne

Spirit, ever

To

Uplift your praifc, ye lowly!


The great Three-One adore

Exalt His mighty Name


Who was, is now, fliall be
Eternally the fame

pain.

ETERNAL BEAM OF LIGHT

DIVINE.

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mf Eternal beam of Light divine,


Thou Fount of unexhaufted love,

Whom

Father's

the

Through

cres.

Jesu
Give

/And

grief,

As

and

wounded

iriall fly,

Cf

VI.

Prepared and mingled by


bitter to the tafte

and care

III.

'Tis ftrong the

fear,

clouds before the mid-day fun.

mf Oh fpeak my warring paflions peace,


And bid my trembling heart Be ftill!"
cres. Thy pow'r my ftrength and fortrefs is,
For all things ferve Thy fovereign will.

weary wanderers' reft


eafy yoke to bear;

me Thy

/ O Death, where

thankful take the cup from Thee,

Though

V.

With fteadfaft patience arm my breaft,


With fpotlefs love, and lowly fear.

-<^

be gone,

Heaven

II.

Be Thou, O Rock of Ages, nigh!


Each murm'ring thought mail then

mine

glories

earth beneath and

above

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I.

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Thy

fkill

be,

foul to heal.

is

thy fting

Where now

Thy boafted victory, O Grave ?

Who

dares contend with

Can hurt whom God

God,

or

who

delights to fave ?

MY

LONGS FOR THEE,

SPIRIT

No. 309

(general.

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My

longs for Thee


Within my troubled breaft,
Though I unworthy be
Of fo Divine a Gueft.
fpirit

II.
cres.

Of fo

Divine a Gueft

Unworthy though
p Yet has

my

Unlefs

it

heart no

I be,
reft,

come from Thee.


III.

cres.

Unlefs

come from Thee,

it

In vain

In

all

No

look around

that I can fee


reft is to

be found.

IV.

mf No

reft is to

But
cres.

in

Oh let my
And fend
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Thy

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A

God

ftands firm, a rock

fhield

when danger

mf Our

and tow'r,

preffes

ready help in every hour,


doubt or pain diftrefles
For our malignant Foe
Unfwerving aims his blow;
His fearful arms the while,
Dark pow'r and darker guile
His hidden craft is matchlefs.

cres.

When

weaknefs in the fight


Our courage foon defection
But comes a Warrior, clad in might,
A Prince of God's election
ftrength

is

Who

is

That

^"The
Still

this wondrous Chief,


brings this glad relief?

field

III.

f Then, Lord, arife lift up Thine arm


With mighty fuccour ftay us
!

Oh turn afide the deadly harm,


When Satan would betray us
!

That refcued by Thy hand,


In triumph we may ftand,
And round Thy footftool crowd,
In joy to fing aloud
High praife to our Redeemer
cres.

of battle boafts

Christ Jesus, Lord of Hofts,


conq'ring and to conquer

TO GOD ON HIGH BE THANKS AND


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Thou, God the Father, Hill the fame,


Unfhakcn ever rcigncft
Unmcafurcd Rands Thy glorious might
p

thoughts,

Thy

Holy Spirit, Gift fuprcmc


Sweet Comforter, all-curing

whom

From
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deeds outftrip the light

Our heaven Thou, Lord, remained!

Thofe,

Thy

5r

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hear

Immortal Lamb, of heavenly race,


Our need fupply, outpour Thy grace

Source of peace, that knows no end,


peace that none can fever

To

Of God, the King fupcrnal


The life of finncrs loft, undone,
The death of ftrifes infernal

Nor harm can reach us ever


With joy to Him our hearts afcend,

/7/Lord Jesu Christ, the only Son

on high he thanks and praifc


For mercy ccafing never,
Whereby no foe a hand can raifc,

III.

To God

The

V.

their

Saviour doth redeem

death, and Hell's alluring,

Delivered through His mortal throes.


Save Thou from all their wafting woes,
/Thine Own in trull enduring

LOVE DIVINE, ALL LOVE EXCELLING.


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all

falvation,

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in

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Pure and finlefs let us be;


Let us fee Thy great falvation,
Perfectly reltorcd in

Changed from glory

we

call

Loll in

Thee

into glory,

we take our place ;


our crowns before Thee,
wonder, love, and praife!

Till in heaven

leave.

Pray, and praife Thee, without ceafm^

Glory

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receive

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to deliver!
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there 'bove noife and danger,


Sweet Peace fits crowned with fmiles
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fortrefs

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Thy God, thy Life, thy Cure.
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TO THEE, O LORD,
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forlorn, defpairing, weeping,

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my

To

love

Thee more,

long had waited for me,


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loving Guide did not abhor me,

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yearned with mercy

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fin

ever

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me

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anxious heart defire

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rife;

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done!" be my petition,
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grant me, with a meek fubmiffion,
Still wholly Thine, whate'er betide,
will be

dim. In quiet trull to


care.

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and Thee to know,


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bleft

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the Father, Son,


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'twas, and is, and mail be fo,

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mf Now

III.

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We, faved by Thee from death and fhame.


The gnawing worm, the quenchlefs flame,
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Where joys, that fade, no blifs impart

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bofoms from above,


them with Thy warmed love,

light our

fire

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the Father, God the Son,


And Holy Spirit, Three in One,
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All praife, eternity to

fill.

FAR FROM MY HEAVENLY HOME,


No. 319

(general.

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homeward

fpirit

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dark and toilfome road

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To

me through the defert here,


And bring me home at laft
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/ To God
As

God, my life, be near


On Thee my hopes I caft

all

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WHEN THE DARK WAVES ROUND

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cres. " It is I, be not afraid !"

roll,

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II.

mf When we dimly

trace Thy form,


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!

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with wearing, hopelefs pain,


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hopes depart,
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feel the

end

is

near,

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cres.TSAay the voice be ftrong and clear,

/"It

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be not afraid!"

MY SONG

LOVE UNKNOWN,

IS

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That they might lovely be
!

who am

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my

life

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cres.

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and die

What may

take

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He made the lame to run,


He gave the blind their
Sweet

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'gain ft

fight

No

Him

rife

ftay

and

fing

Never was love, dear King,


Never was grief like Thine
In

difpleafe,

ftory fo divine

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at thefe

Themfelves

fay

IV.

II.

mf Why, what hath my Lord done


What makes this rage and fpite

cres.

Heav'n was His home,


But mine the tomb,
Wherein He lay.

fake,

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My Saviour's love to me
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CHRISTIAN! SEEK NOT YET REPOSE.


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pray.

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it ever, night and day

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Holy men of olden day

Won

the palms and crowns they wear;


Therefore
watch and pray.
p

thou thy guard muft keep


God muft fpeed thy way
Narrow is the road and fteep
/Therefore watch and pray.
for

Pray, for

prayer,

TO ME IMPART.

JESU, LORD,

Dignare me,

metal,

No. 323.

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Jesu,

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Lord,

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Let

me

to

ever here abide,

Thy

dim. Refting in

ftricken fide.
II.

mp

If the Evil

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If the world with wealth beguiles,


cres.

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In

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Thy

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fide I reft fecure.


III.

mf When

more wily, waits,


Haunting me with tempting baits,
the flefh,

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may

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BEHOLD A STRANGER AT THE DOOR!


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gently knocks, has knocked before,


waited long, is waiting ftill

You

treat

no other friend

fo

ill.

II.

lovely Vifitor

He

ftands,

With melting heart and


cres.

bleeding hands!

matchlefs kindnefs, for

He mows

This matchlefs kindnefs to His foes


III.

He

prove my friend indeed ?


He will the very friend you need
The Friend of finners yes, 'tis He,
With garments dyed on Calvary.

mf But

will

IV.
with gratitude divine
touched
Rife
Turn out His enemy and thine,
That foul-deftroying monfter Sin,
And let the heavenly Stranger in
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MY

NEARER,

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GOD, TO THEE.

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E'en though a heavy crofs
Fainting I bear,
Still all my prayer fhall be;
" Nearer, my God, to Thee
p Nearer to Thee!"

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If,

where they
I too

am

led

my

Hotly around,
where my Captain

Let

me

Through
cres.

" Nearer,

be found

p When,

Lord,

and ftrife to be
God, to Thee
p Nearer to Thee

my

courfe finifhed, I
breath,

my lafl

Valley of death

me

Even

Thee;
p Nearer to Thee!
to

cres.

there fhall I be

" Nearer,

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"

God, to Thee
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in.

If

Thou

vr.

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the cup of pain

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From the draught fhrinlc
So by my woes to be
crcs.

" Nearer,

my

God,

Ent'ring the fhadowy

fteps in His,

my God,

fights

toils

my

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the path carry

" Nearer,

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Weary and worn


cres.

ten

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my

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all

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my

God,

to

Thee

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p Nearer to Thee

ALMIGHTY GOD, THY PIERCING


(Senegal.

No. 326.

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w/ Almighty God, Thy

piercing

And

Eye

And

our moft fecret actions

All open to

Thy

mud: the crimes that

Be read and published

Strikes through the fhades of night,

Be

lie

angels hear

IV.

II.

fin that we commit,


Nor wicked word we fay,
But in Thy dreadful Book 'tis writ

at Thy feet afhamed


upward dare not look ;

p Lord

There's not a

my

Forgive

And

Againft the judgment-day.

blot

fins

Remember

all

the dying pains,

That my Redeemer

felt,

And let His blood wafh out my


And answer for my guilt.

before

I lie,

I die,

them from Thy Book

V.

cres.

have done

expofed before the fun,

all

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fight.

there,

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Shepherd ever faithful, meek
To Thy dear Self draw Thou me,
That I may ever follow Thee

cres.

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Thou loving Fount of mercy bright
Indulgent Saviour, nigh me ftand,
To fcreen me from the foeman's hand

Thou

faithful

Shepherd of the fheep,

Redeem me when

in

death

I fleep.

IV.
Bridegroom, decked in rich array
Outfhining far the orb of day,
Still fweeter than the honied ftore,
Thy favour grant me I implore
Forgivenefs that I e'er have ftrayed,
And joy in dying, ne'er to fade

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me from eternal pains,


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That, wafhed by Thee

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p To Thee, Whofe blood can cleanfe each p Becaufe Thy promife I believe
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pp O Lamb of God, I come

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p Thine now to be, yea, Thine alone,
pp O Lamb of God, I come

mf Has

MY

ME THINE HEART.

SON, GIVE

No. 329,

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IV.

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mf" My

fon, give

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p Lord, what have


cres.

marble

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thine heart
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p Yet

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o'er the

Still

cres.

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how

p Lord, help me,

live.

pine for bleft releafe


or

I die

II.

p Once

knit to

Thee

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wandered on, I fadly fell,
pp And funk in gloom I
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p Sweet hope attend the found

in love,
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marble foften, melt thou fnow


Life, ftir the barren ground

VI.

III.

mf To meet Thy gracious call,


Good Lord, I am not free

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Enfnared, and held in Satan's grafp,


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heart of right

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p Lord, touch
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then mall all be Thine
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MY FAITH LOOKS UP TO THEE


No. 330.

eneral.

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cj.

III.

I.

My faith

looks up to Thee,
Lamb of Calvary,

Thou

Saviour
cres.

Now
Take

hear

divine

me

my

p When life's dark maze I tread,


And griefs around me fpread,
Be Thou my Guide
!

while

pray

away
Oh let me from this day
Be wholly Thine
all

guilt

cres.

Bid darknefs turn to day,


Wipe forrcw's tears away,

Nor let me ever ftray


From Thee afide.
IV.

II.

mfMzy Thy

rich grace impart

Strength to

My
cres.

my

fainting heart,

zeal infpire

As Thou haft
Oh may my

love to Thee
Pure, warm, and changelefs be,

living

fire

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When

ends

life's

cres. Bleft

Saviour

me
!

roll

then in love

Diftruft and fear

bear

/A

tranfient

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death's cold fullen ftream

Shall o'er

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O GOD, OUR HELP IN AGES

PAST,
No. 331

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God, our help in ages part,


Our hope for years to come,

Our

To

Sufficient

And

Before the hills in order flood,


Or earth received her frame,

From

from the ftormy Waft,


our eternal home
Beneath the fhadow of Thy throne
Thy faints have dwelt fecure
flicker

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cres.

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Thine arm

our defence

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all its

fons

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dream

forgotten, as a

at the

opening day.

Our God, our help in ages paft,


Our hope for years to come,
Be Thou our guard while troubles

And

our eternal home.

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God,

thoufand ages in Thy fight


Arc like an evening gone
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falvation

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Zion, City of our

God

He, Whofe word cannot be broken,


Formed thee for His Own abode;
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the worldling's pleafure,

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Lord, the Giver,


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Spirit, Sanftifier,

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Raife our hearts with rapture higher,
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Cheer us with the Saviour's love.
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mf Holy Jesus, Lord

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In our hearts Thy peace proclaim.

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the Lord, through every nation

Let Thy wondrous mercies mine


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Form

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The greatnefs of redeeming love,
The love of Christ to me.

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Be mine this better part

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There is a life above,
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With plenty and profperity

In ftrong and beauteous order ranged,


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palaces be

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of God repair,
Before His ark to celebrate
His Name with praife and prayer.
tribes

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for Salem's peace

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Thou holy City of our God,

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And healing balms poured in

Thy very Name is mufic


To ear, and heart, and mind.
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trim the golden flame
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thy crofs," the Saviour faid,


difciple be ;

If thou would'ft

My

fm.Deny thyfelf, the world forfake,


And humbly follow after Me."

p Take up thy crofs, nor heed the fhame,


Nor let thy foolim pride rebel

cres.

Thy Lord

To

for thee the Crofs endured,

fave thy foul from death and hell.

IV.

II.

p Take up thy crofs, nor let its weight


Fill thy weak fpirit with alarm

p Take up thy

crofs, then, in

And

His

flrength,

every danger calmly brave


His ftrength mall bear thy courage up, cw.'Twill guide thee to a better home,
And brace thy heart, and nerve thine
And give thee vicYry o'er the grave,
arm.
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Nor

cres.

think
For only he,

/ May

hope

and follow Him,


death to lay it down

crofs,
till

who
to

bears the crofs,

wear the glorious crown.

!!

!!!

!!

GOD THE LORD A KING REMAINETH.

f God

Lord

the

King remaineth,

the water-floods have lifted,


Ocean-floods have lift their roar
Now they paufe where they have drifted,
Now they burft upon the fhore.
ff Hallelujah
For the ocean's founding ftore

mf Lord,

His Own glorious light


God hath robed Him, and He reigneth
He hath girded Him with might

Robed

God

in

f Hallelujah
is

No. 344,

Pfaim mii.

HSftntxal

King

in

depth and height

IV.

II.

mf In

mf With

her everlafting ftation

Earth

is

poifed, to fwerve

no more

all

Glorious is the breaking deep


Glorious, beauteous, without ending,
reigns on HeavVs high fteep
God

Thou haft laid Thy throne's foundation,


From all time where thought can foar.

Who

f Hallelujah

Lord,

Thou

art for

tones of waters blending,

ff Hallelujah

evermore

Songs of ocean never

V.
Lord, the words

Thy

lips are telling,

Are the perfect verity


Of Thine high eternal dwelling
Holiness shall inmate be!
ff Hallelujah!

Pure

is all

that lives with

Thee

fleep.

&

!!!

ONE THERE

!!

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is above all others;


love beyond a brother's

there
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is

Love

'Tis

Earthly friends may fail, or leave us,


One day foothe, the next day grieve us,
But this Friend will ne'er deceive us

p His Name

is

Love

have found a friend

How our hearts rejoice to hear Him


Bid us dwell in fafety near Him

cres.

Why

mould we

eternal life to

diftruft or fear

Name

p His

is

Love

Him ?

IV.

II.

mf 'Tis

in Jesus,

His great delight to blefs us


p His Name is Love

know Him,

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N ame

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are forgiven,

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Backward fhall our fins be driven
His
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p His Name is Love
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IF

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nf\i thou wouldeft life attain,


If with Christ thou wouldeft reign,
Reaping wifdom from the paft,
that long as life may
Toil and eonflitt thee await
In thy prefent earthly Hate.

Know,
cres.

p Soon the ftruggle will be paft


Calm and peace will come at laft;
cres. Soon through Death's tranfporting door,
All thy pains and labors o'er,

laft,

/"Thou

fhalt go to join the bleft


In the realms of endlefs reft

IV.

II.

from toil and anxious care


Reft, from earthly wear and tear
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Reft without and reft within
Reft, which no abatement knows
p Reft, and infinite repofe.

while it yet is day;


Labor, while you labor may
Labor, for the night is long
Labor, for the foe is ftrong,
/"Labor, for the prize is great;
Labor, for the hour is late.

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Reft,

V.

p
cres.

Jesu,

On
Not
But

Who

for

me

didft die

the Crofs of Calvary,


in aught that
in

Thy

is

my

own,

true Blood alone,

/Do I put my trembling truft:


pp Spare, O fpare, a worm of duft

SAVIOUR, BLESSED SAVIOUR,


No. 347

ffieneral.

p Saviour,

Liften whilfl

cres.

IV.
p Dark, and ever darker,

blefl^d Saviour,

we

Was

fing

Hearts and voices raifing


Praifes to our King.
All we have to offer,
All

Body,

we hope
foul,

we

All

and

cres.

Now

the wint'ry part,

a ray of gladnefs

O'er our path

is

caft;

Every day that paiTeth,


Every hour that flies,

to be,

fpirit,

yield to Thee.

Tells of love unfading,


Love that never dies.

II.

mf

p Nearer, ever nearer,


Christ,

Deep

we draw

to

pp Thou, for our redemption,


Cam'ft on earth to die;

Thou,

that

we might

ftill

Thou

follow,

On

Haft gone up on high.

haft flied
a

and cvcrlalling
Arc the glories there
Where no pain or forrow,
;

is

known

the angel legions

Circle round

Thy

Brighter

Glows

f True

Toil or care,

Thy

radiance

fin.

VI.

Great, and ever greater,


Arc Thy mercies here,

Where

clearer,

world of

III.

mf

and

the light from Heaven,

In our fadnefs bringing


News of fins forgiven.
Life has loft its fhadows,
Pure the light within,

in adoration,

Bending low the knee.

cres.

Clearer

Dawns

Thee,

throne.

Shedding

ftill

and brighter,

the wcllcrn fun,


all its

gladnefs

O'er our work that's done.


dim. Time will foon be over,
Toil and forrow paft
p May we, bleilcd Saviour,
Find a re 11 at la ft
:

O THOU, BLEST LAMB OF GOD


No. 348.

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To make
And

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This world below,
heal the dying foul,

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help

To

wounded whole,
foothe our woe

the

all

my

Lord,

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would

And

Thee above

my

warm affections burn,


To make fome great return

For love divine


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/All, all is Thine!

Saviour greet,

tears

die,

Thee.

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bathe His precious feet

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may
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IV.

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/My joy,

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Lift your eyes, ye fons of light

Zion's city

the Fathers trod

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are

Soon

their happinefs fhall fee.

ye banifhed feed, be glad


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^"Fear

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On

flefh

not, brethren

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VII.

p Lord,

joyful fland

the borders of your land

Jesus Christ, your Father's Son,


Bids you undifmayed go on.

to fave, our flefh aflumes

Brother to our

in fight

VI.

Christ our Advocate

Us

is

There our endlefs home fhall be,


There our Lord we foon fhall fee.

happy now, and we

III.

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ye little flock and bleft


You on Jesus' throne fhall reft
There your feat is now prepared,
There your kingdom and reward.

ye journey fweetly fing


Sing your Saviour's worthy praife,
Glorious in His works and ways

In the

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THY SAVIOUR STANDETH AT THE DOOR,


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MY LORD, MY

JESU,

GOD,

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ALL.
No. 351.

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Pour down the riches of Thy grace.
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make us love Thee more and more.
cres.

cres.

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II.

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Jesu, too late I Thee have


How can I love Thee as I

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make

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And Thou, blcft Saviour, Thou art mine.

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APPROACH, MY SOUL, THE MERCY-SEAT,


No. 352

ffiwieral, or Lent.

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II.

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With this I venture nigh;
Thou calleft burdened fouls to Thee,
And fuch, O Lord, am I.

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my fhield and hiding-place,


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And tell him, Thou haft died

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to bleed and die,


bear the Crofs and fhame,
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That guilty finners, fuch as I,


Might plead Thy gracious Name

WHEN WOUNDED
General,

SORE THE STRICKEN SOUL.


No. 353.

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Blood,

IV.

II

p When forrow

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mf'Tis Jesus' Blood that wafhes white,


His Hand that brings relief;
His Heart that's touched with all our joys,

fwells the laden bread.

of anguifh flow,

One only heart, a broken Heart,


Can feel the finner's woe.

And

our

feeleth for

V.
Lift

up Thy bleeding Hand,

Unfeal that cleanfing tide


We have no fhelter from our

cres.

pp But

in

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LEAD

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HEAVNLY FATHER, LEAD

US,

US.

No. 354.

QSttnetal, or Lent.

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O'er the world's tempefluous fea
Guard us, guide us, keep us, feed us,
For we have no help but Thee

/If

our

God

cres.

Thou doft know


Thou didft tread this earth before us
Thou didft feel its keeneft woe;
p Lone and dreary,
Faint and weary,
Through the defert Thou

bleffing,

our Father be.


III.

mf Spirit

of our God, defcending,


our hearts with heav'nly joy;
Love with every paffion blending,
Pleafure that can never cloy
Fill

p Thus provided,
Pardoned, guided,
cres.

forgivenefs o'er us

All our weaknefs

poffeffing

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of joyous ocean cry (f) Hallelujah!

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the world the echo ring,

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King! (/) Hallelujah!

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let

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light,

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(f) Hallelujah!

hymn

the

that never dies, (f) Hallelujah!

Clouds and winds in fweeping

flight,

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Din of thunder,

(f) Hallelujah!

God

flalhes bright,

looks

down with

/ff/Flood and billow, rain and hail, {/) Hallelujah!

Heat, and

froft,

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the fong of heav'nly birth,

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gale,

and wooded

Anfwer, beads

Loud your Maker's

fold

mf Chriflians,
Anfwer,

praife be told

(/) Hallelujah

Ever

lift

all

and

fing,

the thankful flrain, (/) Hallelujah!

ye youthful train
fing again, (/) Hallelujah

XII.

VI.

mf Lofty mountain

heights refound (/) Hallelujah!

mfNow

to

Thee be honor done, (/) Hallelujah!

Valleys, from your flopes profound,

Thee

Ever

Everlafting

lat

Hallelujah!

XI.

mfSing, ye birds on pinion bold, (/) Hallelujah!

and

(_/")

the tribes of earth;

Jesus loves the holy mirth! (f) Hallelujah!

(/) Hallelujah!

dale,

all

V.

in field

gracious eyes! (f) Hallelujah!

X.

IV.

Raging tempeft, balmy

in lays fublime

III.

mf Shout,

Sing through every age of time (/) Hallelujah!

(/) Hallelujah!

Paradife, return the cry!

fly,

VIII.

II.

mf Chant,

the peal rebound, (/) Hallelujah

the

Father, Spirit, Sox,

Three

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One

(/) Hallelujah

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O THOU, THE CONTRITE SINNER'S FRIEND.


No. 356,

CttCtal, or Lent.

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O Thou the contrite finner's Friend,


Who loving lov'ft them to the end,
On

this alone

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That Thou

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Satan,

by

my

fins

made

bold,

from Thy Crofs to loofe my hold,


Then with Thy pitying arms enfold,

Strives

hopes depend,
wilt plead for me.

cres.

And

plead,

me

plead for

II.

p When, weary

in the Chriftian race,

Far off appears

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my

my dying hour draws near,


All dark with anguifh, guilt, and fear,

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refting-place,

fainting, I miftruft

Thy

Then, Saviour, plead

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Then

to

my

fainting fight appear,

Pleading in Heav'n for me.

me.

VI.

III.

p When

I have erred and gone aftray,


Afar from Thine and Wifdom's way,
And fee no glimm'ring, guiding ray,
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CANST THOU, GOOD LORD, FORGIVE SO SOON?


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Whence comes this love to me ?

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wafh away our crimes,


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VI.

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Let Thy praife our tongues employ
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the bleflings of the

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For the

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ftores the gardens yield,

fruits with melting juice,


Grateful gifts for mortal ufe

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VII.

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O LORD OF HARVEST! ONCE AGAIN.


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Ere the winter ftorms begin


God our Maker doth provide
For our wants to be fupplied
Come to God's own temple, come!
Raife the fong of Harveft-home
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From His field fhall in that day
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In His garner evermore.

II.

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yearly operation,
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II.

mf'God the Word! the fun, maturing,


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cres.

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Lengthened be our fpan or brief,
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To dwell in temples made with hands.

To Thee
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grant that we, who here to-day,


Rejoicing, this foundation lay,

be in very deed Thine Own,


on the precious Corner-ftone.

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they

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And when we bring them to Thy throne,

We but prefent Thee with Thine Own.


The heads that guide endue with fkill
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Name.

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II.

Here may we prove

For Thou, within no walls confined,


Inhabited: the humble mind
Such ever bring Thee where they come,
And, parting, take Thee to their home.

the might of prayer,

To ftrengthen faith, and fweeten care


To teach our faint defires to rife.
And bring all heaven before our eyes.

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the living here be fed

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the heavenly Bread

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the dead be laid to reft

Here,

in

III.

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While the fea mall gird the land
Here reveal Thy mercy fure,
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IV.

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earth and fky

To the joyful found reply


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Blooming frefh, from heaven defcending,


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All thy ftreets and walls are blazing,
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Glory, honour, praife, and power,

Give the Father and the Son


Join the Spirit in the worfhip,

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Chifelled by Divine command,


In their places are cemented
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Ranged throughout thy holy ftructures,
There for ever will they ftand.

a fair affianced virgin,

369

Gleam with pearls thy fparkling portals


Open lie thy holy fhrines
They, who for their Lord have suffered,

II.

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Whom to crufh the world combines,


There, by virtue of His merits,
Every faint in glory fhines.

In the regions of the bleft


As a fpoufe, by waiting angels

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Three, and Three


the adoration,

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LAID THE SURE FOUNDATION.

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Send us down Thy richeft blefling


Evermore, as here we lie.
IV.

II.

of God, to God devoted,


High the City doth upraife
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ff Three in One her God proclaiming,

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translated to

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Shew the Spirit equal honour
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THOU, WHOSE ALMIGHTY WORD.


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Give me, deareft Lord, a place


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"Father, Thy will, not mine be done."

my

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my

race

meekly pray, "

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p In patience then
Still

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w/*Pour not thou the bitter tear;


Heaven its book of comfort opcth,
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While Mofes flood with arms fpread wide,


Succefs was found on Ifrael's fide
But when through wearinefs they
That moment Amalek prevailed.

Prayer makes the darkened cloud withdraw


Prayer climbs the ladder Jacob faw ;
Gives exercife to faith and love ;
Brings every blefling from above.

Have you no words ? Ah think again


Words flow apace when you complain,
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fill

we

ceafe to fight

your fellow-creature's ear


all your care.

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VI.

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Friend of helplefs fmners, hear
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Oh

deliver us,

good Lord

Only in Thy fpotlefs merit,


Only through Thy precious blood:
p cres. By Thy mercy,
Oh deliver us, good Lord

temptation forely prefTes,


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In our times of deep diftrefles,
In each dark and trying hour,
p cres. By Thy mercy,
Oh deliver us, good Lord.

III.

From the pride that


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By Thy mercy,

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By Thy mercy,
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good Lord!

VI.
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In the awful judgment-day,
May our fouls, on Thee relying,
cres. Find Thee ftill our Hope and Stay!
p cres. By Thy mercy,
Oh deliver us, good Lord

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ficknefs,

In the throes of grief and pain ;


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When the creature's help is vain,

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Grant that mercy we may find

our folace found


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