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He built the Earth, he spread the Sky,
He saw the Gentiles dead in Sin,
He sent his Son with'Pow'r, to save
Thro' this vain World he guides our Feet,
And leads us to his heav'nly Seat;
His Mercies ever Jhall endure,
When this vain World Jhall be no more.
PRaise ye the Lord, our Hearts should join
May Praise employ our noblest Powers,
Happy the Man, whose Hopes rely
He loves his Saints, he knows them well,
Praise to God from all Creatures.
YE tribes of Adam join,
The shining Worlds above,.
He spake the Word,
And all their Frame
From nothing came,
To praise the Lord.
Let all the Nations fear
While Earth and Sky
Attempt his Praise,
His Saints shall raise
His Honours high.
Praise God, all his Saints, &c.
AL L ye that love the Lord rejoice,
The Lord takes Pleasure in the Just,
The Meek that lie despis'd in Dust,
Saints should be joyful in their King,
E'en on a dying Bed,
For God shall raise the Dead.
Then his high Praise shall fill their Tongues,
Such Honour for the Saints remains,
HYMN HYMN LXX.
A Song of Praise.
T N God's own House pronounce his Praise,
Let all your sacred Passions move,
While you rehearse his Deeds; But the great Work of saving Love,
Your highest Praise exceeds.
All that have Motion, Life, and Breath,
Proclaim your Maker Blest;
Our Souls shall praise him best.
Charafters of God's Children, &c
SO new-born Babes desire the Breast,
Grace, like an uncorrupted Seed,
Abides and Reigns within: Immortal Principles forbid
The Sons of God to Sin.
They They sind Access at every Hour,
To God within the Veil,
And Joys that never fail.
O happy Souls, O glorious State
Of overflowing Grace,
And fee his lovely Face.
Lord, I address thy Throne,
Call me a Child of thine; Send down the Spirit of thy Son,
To form my Heart Divine.
There shed thy choicest Loves abroad,
Then shall I say, my Father, God,
TH E Lord Jehovah reigns,
And can this mighty King