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.: The voice of my Beloved sounds

The world, with fruitless pain.
Thee we adore, eternal name
Thee will I love, O Lord, my power
There is a fountain fill'd with blood
There is a land of pure delight .
They who now surround the throne
This, this is the God we adore .
Thou dear Redeemer, dying Lamb
Though nature's strength decay.
Thou God of harmony and love
Thou, Lord, by strictest search hast known.

Thou shalt not tempt the Lord thy God.... 1

Thou source of all vigour divine
Thou

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Paschal Lamb
Three Persons there are ....
Through all the changing scenes of life
Thy divinity's adorer
Thy love sustains the world it made
Thy mercies, Lord, shall be my song

To heaven I lift my waiting eyes.
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To seal the general doom ..
To the hills [ lift mine eyes
To whom, but thee, thou bleeding Lamb
Triumph, happy soul, to whom
Tri.une God of pard’ning love
Tri-une God, the new Creator
True light of the whole world, appear
True witness of the Father's love ....

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Vain, delusive world, adieu.

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Weary world, when will it end
Welcome, sweet day of rest....
We list our hearts to thee.
We lift our hearts to thee ...
What angel can the grace explain .
What equal honours shall we bring
What hath the world to equal this.
What is man, that thou, O Lord
What is that gospel-hope

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What though earth and hell engage
When all thy mercies, O my God
When first thy gracious eye's survey
When I can read my title clear
When Israel, freed from Pharaoh's hands
When Israel out of Egypt came
When I survey the wond'rous cross
When I with pleasing wonder stand
When our redeeming Lord
When rising from the bed of death
When shall thy lovely face be seen
Where shall true believers go
Whither shall a creature run
Who are these that come from far
Who can forgive but God alone
Who in the Lord confide
Who is as the Christian great .
Who is the trembling sinner, who
Who's this, who like the morning shows
Why do the Jews and Gentiles join
Why should the children of a king .
Wilt thou, O Lord, regard my tears
With deepest shame, with humblest fear
With glory clad, with strength array'd
With joy we meditate the grace
Witness divine, the just and true
Worship and praise belong

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Ye boundless realms of joy
Ye happy sinners, hear
Ye nations, who the globe divide
Ye saints and servants of the Lord
Ye servants of God, whose diligent care
Yet lence in smaller parties drawn
Ye who dwell above the skies

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