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Hymn 178, S. M.
Lord glory and strength.
1 Chron. xvi. 28. 1 LORY to God op high;
The Son of God came down to die,
That we might be forgiven. 2 His precious blood was shed,
His body bruis'd for sin; Remember this in eating bread,
And this in drinking wine. 3 Approach his royal board,
In his rich garments clad;
And every heart be glad. 4 The Father gives the Son :
The Son his flesh and blood;
The righteousness of God.
KEEPING THE SABBATH-DAY. Remember the Sabbath-day to keep it holy
I was in the Spirit on the Lord's day. Exod.
Hymn 179. L. M.
We humbly hope with joy to see,
Wash'd in the sanctifying blood
Of an expiring Deity.
There is no other God but one;
Resides in his eterual Son.
O may we to his day remain!
Our souls from every sinful stain. 4 Lord, we believe the promise sure;
The purchas'd Comforter inpart!
To keep us pure in life and heart! 5 Then let us see that day supreme,
When none thy Godhead shall deny,
Or count thee less than the Most Highs · 6 When all who in their God believe,
Wbo hear thy last appearing love, Sball thy consummate joy receive, And see thy glorious face above.
Hymn 180. S. M. Upon the first day of the week rery early in the morning, they came unto the sepulchre,
bringing the spices. Luke xxiv. 1. 1 ELCOME, sweet day of rest, That saw
the Lord arise: Welcome to this reviving breast, Apd these rejoicing eyes!
2 The King himself comes near,
And feasts bis saints to-day :
And love, and praise, and pray. 3 One day in such a place,
Where thou, my God, art seen, Is sweeter than ten thousand days,
That's spent in guilt and sin. 4 My willing soul would stay
In such a frame as this, And sit and sing herself away To everlasting bliss.
Hymn 181. L. M. That keepeth the Sabbath from polluting it, and keepeth his hand from doing any evil. Isa. Ivi. 2.
begone, Let my religious hours alone; Fain would my eyes my Saviour see;
I wait a visit, Lord, from thee,
And kindles with a pure desire:
And feed my soul with beavenly love. 3 Haste then, but with a smiling face,
And spread the table of thy grace :
And cheer my heart with sacred wine. 4 Blest Jesus, what delicious fare !
How sweet thy 'entertainments are !
Hymn 182. P. M. Surely the Lord is in this place. Gen. xxviii. 16. 1 'L Andorra howe dreadful is this place!
O! is here! us
Apd silent bow before his face!
Serve him with awe, with rev'rence love. 2 Lo! God is here! him day and night
Tbe united choirs of angels sing : To him, entbron'd above all height,
Heaven's hosts thcir noblest praises bring ; Disdain not, Lord, our meaner song,
Who praise thee with a stamm'ring tongué. 3 Gladly the toys of earth we leave,
Wealth, pleasure, fame, for thee alone; To thee our will, soul, flesh, we give :
O take! O seal them for thine own!
Be thou by all thy works ador'd! 4 Being of beings! may our praise
Thy courts with grateful fragrance fill; Still may we stand before thy face,
Still hear avd do thy sov'reigo will; To thee may all our thoughts arise,
A ceaseless, pleasing sacrifice. 5 As flowers their op'ning leuves display,
And glad drink in the solar fire ; So may we catch thy every ray,
So may thy influence us inspire; Thou beam of the eternal beam! Thou purging fire, thou quick’ning fáme.
C. M. Now the Lord is that Spirit: and where the Spi
ril of the Lordix, there is liberty. 2 Cor. iii. 17. 1 MAX
AY I throughout this day of thine,
Be in thiy Spirit, Lord, Spirit of humble fear divine,
That trembles at thy word. 2 Spirit of faith, my heart to raise,'
And fix on things above; Spirit of sacrifice and praise, Of holiness and love.
Hymn 184. L. M. And call the Sabbath a delight, the holy of the
Lord, honourable. Isa. lviij. 13. 1 WEET is the work, my God, my King,
To show thy love by morning light,
And talk of all thy truth by night. 2 Sweet is the day of saored rest,
No mortal care sball seize my breast,
Like David's harp of solemn sound! 3 When grace has purified my beart,
Then shall I share a glorious part;
Like holy oil to cheer my bead.
All I desir'd or wish'd below: