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O may each Believer,
Awake to this Morn,
And hail the Redeemer
At Bethlehem born.

HYMN CIV.

The same.

T ET us.all with grateful Praises, •*"' Celebrate the happy Day, When the lovely, loving Jesus,

First partook of human Clay; When the heav'nly Host assembled,

Gaz'd with Wonder from above, (Angels joy'd, and Devils trembled,)

Sinners praise the God of Love.

Long had Satan reign'd Imperious,

'Till the Woman's promis'd Seed, Born a Babe, by Birth mysterious,

Came to bruise the Serpent's Head: Saviour crush his Pow'r within us,

Break our Chains and set us free, Pull down all the Bars between us,

'Till we fly, and cleave to thee.

Saviour, now we fall before thee

Jesus, thee we all adore;
To Thee, Kingdom, Power and Glory,

We ascribe for evermore;
Glory to our God be given.

In the highest Heights above,
Peace on Earth, brought down from Heaven,

Sinners praise the God of Love.

HYMN HYMN CV.

The same.

CHepherds rejoice, lift up your Eyes,
^ And fend your Fears away,
News from the Regions of the Skies!
Salvation's born to Day.

Jesus the God, whom Angels fear,
Comes down to dwell with you;

To Day he makes his Entrance here,
But not as Monarchs do.

No Gold nor Purple fwadling Bands,

Nor Royal shining Things;
A Manger for his Cradle stands,

And holds the King of Kings.

Go Shepherds! where this Infant lies,

And fee his humble Throne, With Tears of Joy in all your Eyes,

Go Shepherds, kiss the Son.

Lord, and shall Angels have their Songs,

And Men no Tunes to raise;
O may we loose our useless Tongues,

When they forget to Praise.

Glory to God that Reigns above,

That pity'd us forlorn;
We join to sing our Maker's Love,

For there's a Saviour born.

HYMN

HYMN CVI.
The same.

FATHER our Hearts we lift,
Up to thy gracious Throne,
And bless thee for the precious Gift,

Of thine incarnate Son,
The Gift unspeakable,

We thankfully receive,
And to the World thy goodness tell,
O may we to thee live.

O may we all receive

The new born Prince of Peace. And meekly in his spirit live,

And in his Love increase,
'Till he convey us home,

Cry every Soul aloud;
Come thou desire of Nations come,

And take us all'to God.

HYMN. CVII.
The same.

NO W the long expected Saviour,
He a Veil of Flesh assumes,
To destroy the Powers of darkness,
Lo ! our dear Emmanuel comes,
Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah,
Hail the new-born Son of Man.

The

The glad news of our Salvation,
Angels to the Shepherds bring,
Now we view the Father's Glory,
Shining in the Infant King:

Hallelujah, &c.

Hail, &c.

Glory be to God Jehovah,
Who did love our fallen "Race;
Sent his Son down from his Bosom,
We admire the wond'rous Grace:

Hallelujah, &c. 'Hail, &c,

He alone is only worthy
To receive all Praise from Men!
Who did leave his antient Glory,
That we might be Born again:

Hallelujah,

Hail, &c.

We will worship and adore him,
He our Nature did put on:
Jesus shall have all the Glory,
From the Church of the sirst-born:
Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah,
Hail the new-born Son of Man.

HYMN CVIII.

2 Kings, x. 15.

! O M E, and let us ascend,
( My Companion and Friend )

F To

To a taste of the Banquet above *
If thine Heart be as mine!
If for Jesus it pine!

Come up into the Chariot of Love.

Who in Jesus conside,

They are bold to out-ride,
The storms of Affliction beneath;

With the Prophet they soar

To that heav'nly Shore,
And out-fly all the arrows of Death.

By Faith we are come,
To our permanent Home,

By Hope we the Rapture improve;
By Love we still rife,
And look down on the Skies,

For the Heaven of Heavens is Love.

Who on Earth can conceive,

How happy we Live,
In the City of God the great King;

What a Concert of Praise,

When our Jefus's Grace,
The whole heavenly Company sing?

What a rapturous Song?

When the glorify'd Throng In the Spirit of Harmony join?

Join all the glad Choirs,

Hearts, Voices, and Lyres,
And the Burden is, Mercy Divine.

Hallelujah

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