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Hymn 222. S. M. The kingdoms of this world are become the kingdoms of our Lord and of his Christ. Rev. xi. 15. 1 JES ÉSUS, the Conqu'ror reigns,
In glorious strength array'd : His kingdom over all inaintains,
And bids the earth be glad. 2 Ye sons of men, rejoice
In Jesu's mighty love:
To him who rules above. 3 Extol his kingly pow'r;
Kiss the exalted Son,
High on bis Father's throne. 4 Our Advocate with God,
He undertakes our cause,
Hymn 223. L. M.
thine inheritance, and the uttermost parts of
of thy Sire's eternal love, Take to thyself thy mighty power:. Let all earth's sous thy mercy prove,
Let all thy bleeding face adore! 2 The triumphs of thy love display:
Ip every heart reign thou alone,
Till all thy foes confess thy sway;
And glory ends what grace begab. 3 Spirit of grace, and health, and power,
Fountain of light and love below, Abroad thy healing influence shower,
O'er all the nations let it flow.
In us the work of faith fulfil:
Hymn 224. L. M.
going down of the same, my name shall be
ESUS shall reign where'er the sun
His kingdom spread from shore to shore,
Till inoon shall wax and wane no more. 2 Froin north to south the princes meet,
To pay their homage.at his feet;
And savage tribes attend his word.
And endless praises crown his head:
With ev'ry morning sacrifice.
Dwell on his love with sweetest song,
Hymn 225. 1. M. I will abundantly bless her provision; I will satisfy her poor with bread. Psa. cxxxii. 15.
LESSINGS abound where Jesas reigns ;
The weary find eternal rest,
And all the sons of want are blest.
Death and the curse are known no more ;
More blessings than their father lost. 3 Let every creature rise and bring
Peculiar honours to our King :
Hymn 226. L. M.
Lord: awake as in ancient days. Isa. li. 9. i RM of the Lord, awake, awake!
With terror cloth'd, the nations sbake,
And cast thy foes with fury down. 2 As in the ancient days appear!
The sacred annals speak thy fame; Be now omnipotently near,
To endless ages still the same. 3 By death and hell pursued in vain,
To thee the ramsom'd seed shall come;
Shouting, their heavenly Zion gain,
And pass through death triuinpbant bome. 4 The pain of life shall then be o'er,
The anguish and distracting care; Sighing and grief are kuowa no more,
And sin shall never enter there. 5 Where pure essential joy is found,
The Lord's redeenu'd their heads shall raise, With everlasting gladness crown'd, And fill'd with love, and lost in praise.
Hymn 227. P. M. Look unto me and be ye saved, all the ends of
the earth. Isaiah xlv. 22.
Fill'd with faith's assurance rise ; Through the loss of Jesus winners, Lord of all in earth and skies;
Sing and triumph
In his bleediog sacrifice. 2 To his meritorious passion
All our happiness we owe;
Grace and glory,
From that open fountain flow. 3 Blest in our returning Saviour,
When he hath prepar'd our place,
Now reveal thy full salvation,
Let thy brightest lightnings shine!
Sound the trumpet,
Flames unfurl'd, the crimson sign. 5 With thine army of cross-bearers,
Lo! we wait, we long to rise,
Come the kingdom,
Saviour, bring th' iminortal prize. 6 Answer thy own bride and spirit;
Hasten, Lord, the general doom,
Hymn 228. P. M. Shall a nation be born at once? Isa. lxvi. $. 'LL may
. All the sins of all maukind; Bow a nation to thy sway:
While we may acceptance find, Let us thankfully embrace
The last offers of thy gracė. 2 Thou thy messengers hast sent,
Joyful tidings to proclaim; Willing we should all repent,
Know salvation in thy name; Feel our sins through grace forgiven, Find in thee the way to heaven.