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HY MN 108.

PRAISE YE THE LORD.

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ORD and God of heav'nly pow'rsg

Hallelujah.
Theirs, and O benignly ours;
Glorious King, let earth proclaim,

Worms attempt to sing thy name. 2 Bow thine ear, in mercy bow; Hall.

Hear, the world's atonement thou;
Jesus, in thy name we pray,

Take, O take our sins away. 3 Thee to laud in songs divine Hall,

Angels and archangels join;
We with them our voices raise,

Echoing thine eternal praise. 4 Holy, holy, holy Lord! Hall.

Live, by heav'n and earth ador'd: Full of thee they ever cry, “Glory be to God on high.” Hallelujah..

HYM N 109.

O Jesus, everlasting GOD,
Whoonce for sinners shed'st thy blood

Upon mount Calvary;
And finish'd their redemption's toil,
And mad'It loft man thy happy spoil :

All glory be to thee.

2. Fain would I think upon thy pain, And find therein my life and gain,

And fix my heart and mind Upon thy wounds and dying love ;: Nor from the same my heart remove,

Till all thy heav'n I find. 3 Content and glad I'll ever be To have salvation, Lord, from thee,

E'en as a sinner poor ;
I nothing have, I'nothing am;
My treasure's in the bleeding Lamb,

Both now and evermore. 4 The more thro' grace myself I know, The more content I am to bow,

And sink beneath thy cross:
And live by faith upon thy blood,
Waiting on thee for ev'ry good,

And count my gain but loss.

HY MN IIO. CHRIST THE BELIEVER'S ALL,

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L AMB of God, we fall before thee,

Humbly trusting in thy cross; That alone be all our glory,

All things else are dung and dross. Thee we own a perfect Saviour,

Only source of all that's good : Ev'ry grace, and ev'ry favour

Come to us thro' Jesu's bloodo

2 Jesus gives us true repentance

By his Spirit sent from heav'n; Jesus whispers this sweet sentence,

« Son, thy fins are all forgiv'n ;" Faith he gives us to believe it;

Grateful hearts his love to prize ; Want we wisdom ? he must give it;

Hearing ears, and seeing eyes.

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3 Jesus gives us pure affections,

Wills to do what he requires ;
Makes us follow his directions,

And what he commands, inspires.
All our pray’rs, and all our praises,

Rightly offer'd in his name,
He that dictates them is Jesus ;

He that answers, is the same.

4 When we live on Jesu's merit,

Then we worship God aright:
Father, Son, and Holy Spirit,

Then we savingly unite.
This the whole conclusion of it,

Great or good whate'er we call ;
God, or King, or Priest or Prophet,

Jesus CHRIST IS ALL IN ALL.

HY MN III.

HUMAN WEAKNESS OWNED.

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MY
Y LORD, how great's the favour

That I a sinner poor,
Can thro’ thy blood's sweet favour

Approach thy mercy's door,
And find an open passage

Unto the throne of grace;
There wait the welcome message,

That bids me GO IN PEACE ? 2 LORD, I'm an helpless creature, 1

Full of the deepest need,
Throughout defiľd by nature,

Stupid, and inly dead :
My strength is perfect weakness,

And all I have is sin;
My heart is all uncleanness,

A den of thieves within. 3 In this forlorn condition

Who shall afford me aid ?
Where shall I find compassion,

But in the church's Head?
JESUS, thou art all pity,

O take me to thine arms,
And exercise thy mercy,

To save me from all harms.

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4 I'll never cease repeating

My numberless complaints ;
But ever be intreating

The glorious King of saints,
Till I attain the image

Of him I inly love ;
And pay my grateful homage

With all the saints above.. 5 Then I, with all in glory,

Will thankfully relate
Th' amazing, pleasing story:

Of Jesu's love so great ;.
In this blest contemplation

I ever shall be well;
And prove such confolation,

As none below can tell.

HY MN

II2.

EXULTING IN CHRIST..

* The despised Nazarene,

Who is chief in my esteem, Mark'd with scourges, nails and spear,

Hung an ensign in the air.
2 None among the sons of men,

None among the heav'nly train,
Can with

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compare, Who to me is ever dear,

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