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195. T. 14.
0 THE delights, the heavenly joys, The glories of the place,
Where Jesus sheds the brightest Of his o'erflowing grace. (beams
2. Sweet majesty and awful love
3. Princes to his imperial name Bend their bright sceptres down: Dominions, thrones, and powers reTo see him wear the crown. (joice
4. Upon that dear majestic head,
5. This is the man, the exalted Whom we unseen adore; (man, But when our eyes shall see his face, Our hearts shall love him more. Watts.
196. T. 341.
WORTHY, O Lord, art thou, That every knee should bow, Every tongue to thee confess; Universal nature join, Strong and mighty thee to bless, Gracious, merciful, benign.
2. Hail your dread Lord and ours, Dominions, thrones, and powers:
Source of power he rules alone:
Cast your crowns before his throne,
3. Justice and truth maintain Thy everlasting reign; One with thine almighty Sire, Partner of an equal throne, . King of kings, let all conspire, Gratefully thy sway to own.