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Arm to battle; lag no longer,
Hark! the silver trumpets soupd.
Sin besets you round about,
Slay, or chase the traitor out.
2 What enchants you, sloth or pleasure ?
Pluck right eyes, with right hands part! Ask your conscience, where's your trea
For be certain there's your heart. [sure ?
See the bloody flag unfarl'd;
Loves not God, that loves the world.
Serve them both! it cannot be ;
These can never well agree.
Cumber'd captives clogg'd with clay,
Wield the sword, and win the day. 4 Onward press towards perfection,
Watch and pray, and all things prove;
Set your heart on things above.
Lo! salvation's near in view;
"Tis your God that works in you.
Hymn 198. S. M.
Full of grace and truth. John i. 14. 1 JESUS, full of
Call hoine thy banish'd one. 2 Again my pardon seal,
Again my soul restore,
And bid the sin no more.
3 Wilt thou not bid me rise;
Speak, and my soul shall live;
Relieve my wretchedness,
And give me back my peace. 5 Again thy love reveal,
Restore that inward heaven:
Through faith my sins forgiven. 6 Thy utmost mercy show,
Say to ry drooping soul,
Thy faith hath made thee whole.
FOR PREACHERS OF THE GOSPEL. 5 Coye into all the world, and preach the Gospet
to every creature. Mark xvi. 15.
1 Cor. ix. 16.
Rom. i. 16.
The Spirit's course in nie restrain ?
Be a true witness of any Lord ?
Conceal the word of God Most High?
To staud, or how thine anger bear?
Soften thy truth and smooth my tongue,
The cross endur'd, my Lord, by thec?
Whose wrath or bate makes ine afraid?
To sin! a bubble on the ware!
Thy shadowing wings around my head;
Hymn 200. L. M.
2 Cor. v. 14.
Doth all my inmost thoughts descry: Doth aught on earth my wishes raise,
Or the world's pleasures, or its praise? 2 The love of Christ doth me constrain
To seek the wand'ríug'80118 of men;
To snatch them from the gapivg grave. 3 For this let men revile my name,
No cross I shup, I fear no shame;
Only thy terrors, Lord, restrain.
If for thy truth they may be spent,
Thy will be done, thy name ador'd.
Then let winds blow, or thunders roar,
Hymn 201. L. M. Thy throne, O God, is for over and erer; a sceptie of righteousness is the sceptre of thy
kingdom Heb. i. S. 1 The Lord is King, and earth submits ; Between the Cherubina he sits,
And makes bis restless fees obey.
2 All power is to our Jesus given;
O'er earth's rebellious sons he reigns;
And holds the powers of hell in chainsa 3 Come, glorious Lord, the rebels spurn,
Scatter thy foes, victorious King;
And all the sons of God shall sing : 4 Shall magnify the sov'reign grace
Of him that sits upon the throne;
Hymn 202. P. M. If any man walk in the day, he stumbleth not, because he seeth the light of this world. John xi.9.
Twelve hours, in which he safely may
With Jesus in my riew.
My faith hath fixt its eye: Guided by thee, through all I go, Nor fear the ruin spread below,
For thou art always pigh. 3 Ten thousand snares my path beset, Yet will I, Lord, the work complete,
Which thou to me hast given;