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Lord, by thee alone respected,
Glory be, &c.
Though no single Soul approves us,
Glory be, &c.
Lord, accomplish all our Wishes,
With full Glories on us shine,
Kiss us with ten thousand Kisses,
Better is thy Love than Wine:
Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah,
CHildren of God arise,
If Heav'n may be our Rest,
And God our Souls will guide, We seek no more, no more request,.
Nor ask we ought beside:
"H 3 Let Let us but reach at last,
The Palace of our God,
And run the rugged Road.
WE, with boldness will declare,
Of thy sure Righteousness:
Thy Righteousness we must impart, Lord shall we, for fear of Man, Conceal it in our Heart.
Happy he who e'er believes
The Embassy of Peace, Who at Jesu's Hand receives
The Gift of Righteousness: God is his Salvation's God,
The Lord is his Almighty Shield, He with Grace shall be endow'd,
And then with Glory sill'd.
I S done \ th'atoning Work is done!
All Nature feels th'important Groan,
The Temple's Veil is rent in twain,
And shall not we his Death partake,
In sympathetick Anguish groan,
O Saviour, let thy Passion shake
Our Earth, and rend our Hearts of Stone;
To second Life our Souls restore,
And 'wake us, that we sleep no more.
ALL thanks to the Lamb, who gives us
O what shall we do, our Saviour to Love,
Come Jesus, and loose the stammerer's tongue, And teach even us, th' spiritual Song:
H 4 Let Let us, without ceasing, give thanks for thy
And Glory, and Blessing, and Honour, and
Pronounce the glad Word, and bid us be free, Ah! hast thou not, Lord, a Blessing for me? The Peace thou hast giv'n, this Moment
[ impart, And open thy Heav'n, O Love, in my Heart.
Happiness as Saints.
HA P P Y the Souls to Jesus join'd,
The Church, triumphant in thy Love,
Their mighty Joys we know;
And we in Hymns below.
Thee, in thy glorious Realms, they praise,
And bow before thy Throne; We, in the Kingdom of thy Grace,
The Kingdoms are but one.
The holy, to the holiest leads,
From hence our Spirits rife; And he that in thy Statutes treads,
Shall meet thee in the Skies.
SAVIOUR be pleas'd to meet us here,
May this be call'd an House of Pray'r,
When Sinners come to hear thy Word,
May Saints, for whom the Saviour Dy'd,,,
May Seekers here their Saviour find,