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4 Lightnings, that round th’ Eternal play? Thunders that from his arm are hurled! The grandeur of your God convey, Blazing, or bursting on the world.
5 From clime to clime, from shore to
shore, Be the almighty God adored. He made the nations by his power, And rules them with his sovereign word.
6 At once let nature's ample round
OME, my brethren, let us try,
2 What is this that casts you downt What is this that grieves you?
Speak and let the worst be known, Speaking may relieve you.
3 Think on what your Saviour bore
4 See him mailed to the tree, Bleeding, groaning, dying; See, he suffer'd this for thee,
Therefore be believing.
5 Joseph took his body down,
6 Soon he raised from the tomb,
7 Brethren, don't you feel the flame? Sisters, don't you love him."
Let us join to praise his name,
8 Soon we'll meet to part no more,
2 Dost thou want peace and pardon seal’d,
3 Dost thou want strength 'gainst sin to ght, Ask, and I’ll give thee heavenly might; Dost thou want light and life divine, Ask, and eternal life is thiue.
4 Wilt thou be made completely whole, Ask, and I’ll renovate thy soul; This instant ask; arise and pray; Lose not such blessings by delay. o
ING, ye redeemed of the Lord,
2 See the fair way his hand has rais'd,
3 Nor ravening lion shall destroy,
4. A hand divine shall lead you on,
5 These garlands of immortal joy
6 March en in your Redeemer's strength;
Y. virgins of Jesus arise;
2 The bridegroom will shortly appear,
3 say not unto others give oil, [out;