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Yc, who have Sold for nought
The Gospel,Trumpet hear,
The news of Heavenly Grace,
And sav'd from Earth, appear
Before your Saviour's Face.
OO U R God! our State behold,
And speedily to help us come;
Full of Anguish, full of Pain,
To thee we make our Cry;
On fatal Calvary.
Doubts and Darkness hedge us round,
O bid them all depart; Foes on every Side are found,
And Sin doth grieve our Heart.'
Jesus, Master. Cast Cast us not away.from thee,
Tho we have foolish been, Neither leave us.utterly,
Tho' lost and dead in Sin. Jesus, Master! &c.
Set your AffeRions on Things above. Col. iii. 2.
NO W wise your thankful Voice,
Rejoice alone in God:
Christians are Priests and Kings,
All born of heav'nly Birth, Then think on nobler things,
And grovel not in Earth. Dearly, &c.
With Heart, and Soul, and Mind,
Exalt redeeming Love, Leave worldly Cares behind,
And set your Minds above.. Dearly, &c.
Lift up your ravish'd Eyes,,
And view the Glory giv'n,, All lower things despise,
Ye Citizens of Heav'n.. Dearly, &c.
Be to this World as dead,
Alive to that to come, Our Life in Christ is hid,
Who soon shall call us Home: Dearly we're bought, highly esteem'd, Redeem'd, with Jesu's Blood redeem'd.
Crying to Jesus.
LORD, attend to our Petition,
O we want the Balm of Gilead,
Faint and Poor,
We implore, With it to be silled.
Faith we want, on thee our Saviour,
True and sure, 'Till thou us deliver,
Make us willing, O our Father!
Thy lov'd Throng, Us to Jesus gather.
Here we have no stedfast Mansion,
O our Lord,
Lift us up from many Waters,
High receive *
Us to Live,
There our Wants, end thou for ever,.
There to fee,
Christ and thee, Father, us deliver.
COME let us join,
Him let us adore,
The Spirits of Men,
Who for him were slain, From Abel the Righteous, share now in his
Th' Apostles, who stood
Resisting to Blood,
0 dearest. O thou clearest Lamb,
Help us do the fame, With Saints and with Angels, bless Jesus's
To him that was Slain,
The scorn'd Nazarene,
Christ the Shepherd.
JE S U, Shepherd of the Sheep,
Thee, the Sheep profess and own.
Lord! poor wand'ring Sheep behold,