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7 Tho' doubts perplex you here below,

No clouds you'll sind above;
There in God's light we light fhall see,
Where light is match'd with love.

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8 Unto that land of light and love

We'll haste, Christ's sace to view;
We long to share his heav'nly fruits,
Which still continue new.

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9 Hosanna to king David's Soft,

And to king David's Lord:
His love proclaim whose side was piere'd
Whose hands and seet were bor'd.

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10 To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost,

One God in Persons Three,
Who us salvation brought when lost,
Still praises sing will we.

HYMN LXXXVI.

A Dialogue.

J COME, waiting virgins, join with us
To praise our glorious King:
In harmony lift up your voice j
Daughters of Zion sing-
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a The invitation we accept
To sing of Zion's King;
To us no earthly business
Can so much pleasure bring.

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3 O virigin-souls, the Bridegroom comes.

The match to consummate:
Buy oil in time, and trim your lamps;
For him look out and wait.

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4 Our lamps we'll trim, and look sor Christ

Let sleep from us be driv'n:
In watching we will join you here,
And join your songs in heav'n.

M. 5 We'll jointly cry, “The creature's vain; O Lamb there’s none but thee

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3 Do you love Christ to serve and praise,

More than the things of sense? What do you think of Wisdom's ways? What's your experience?

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4 Christ's service is an easy yoke•

We seel his burden light; And sweetly in his ways we run, When his love's in our sight.

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j Blest they who see Christ's love to them
In his fore agonie j
And in the stripes which he endur'd
Their souls from sin to free.

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6 " Cast not away your considence,"

But trust, and still maintain The Lamb is our inheritance, He sor our sins was flain. ••• M.

7 " No condemnation you shall know

Who in Christ Jesus are t"
His daughters in Jesu's wounds,

And pluck you hence who dare i
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8 With him we close, with him we cleave,

Who bled to make us free
From sin and hell, and bought us life
By dying on the tree*

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9 Sure nothing, then, which you do aik

Shall to you be deny'd j When you on scripture-grounds can plead, The Lamb sor you hath dy'd.

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10 We trust we've found the Pearl of price,

Which us enriched bath:
In him we'll joy, and him we'll praise,
Beth in our lise and death.

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9 Let's go to praise the Lamb above,
And in his presence dwell,
Who hath' redeem'd us by his blood
From all the pow'rs of hell.

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jo We'll go and join the angels song,
To praise the worthy Lamb:
That he is worthy of all pow'r
We'll evermore proclaim.

HYMN LXXXIX.

True Britons Tbanlsgiving for their De-
liverance front Popery and Slavery.

1 LET British hearts and tongues bless God,

And in his name rejoice;
All Protestants, come sing aloud,
And make a jovsul noise.
Hallelujah, Hallelujah.
Hallelujah. Amem.

2 Praise Gcd sor kindness to this isle,

And to our native land,
Who made the battle on us smile,
And sav'd us by his hand.
'Hallelujah, &c.

3 In mercy, God preserves our crown

In the resormed line;
French schemes and projects he breaks down
When hell and Rome combine.
Hallelujah, &c.

4 Papists and masked Protestants

Still new rebellions try,
Pop'ry and flav'ry to advance
'Gainst truth and liberty.
Hallelujah &c.

5 Rome's friends do plot and sight in vain,

Them Zion's King doth see;
His gospel pure he doth maintain,
And gives us victory.
Hallelujah, &c.

6 To two Prince Williams, under God,

Great Britain stands in debt:

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