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'Let everything that hath breath praise the Lord."—Psalm 150.
Q. J. PALMER, 27, LAMB'S CONDUIT STREET.
The parts of Divine Service specially appointed to be sung by the Church of England are—the Psalms for the day, including the 'Venite' and Easter Anthem at Morning Prayer,—the Hymns after the first and second lessons,—the three Creeds,—the Anthem after the third Collect,—the Litany, — and the 'Sanctus' and 'Gloria in excelsis' in the Communion Service.
As full liberty seems to be left in the choice of Anthems, some of the most generally received Metrical Hymns have been collected to serve for this purpose;—the words and the music of many of them are very beautiful, and their use seems to be sufficiently sanctioned by the Church.
Smmts of % Christian |Tm.
The second coming of Christ to Judgment
The Birth of Jesus Christ, Who is God and man.
The obedience of Christ to the law of Moses.
The manifestation of Christ to the Gentiles.
A preparation for Lent. 3. LENT
Forty days of penitence in memory of Christ's
The Resurrection of Christ from the grave.
The Ascension of Christ into heaven.
The descent of the Holy Ghost on the day of
The greatness and goodness of God, the Father,
Lo! He comes in clouds descending,
Thousand thousand Saints attending
Every eye shall now behold Him,
Those who set at nought and sold Him, Pierced and nailed Him to the tree, Deeply wailing, shall the true Messiah see.
Yea, Amen! let all adore Thee,
High on Thine eternal throne; Savioub, take the power and glory, Claim the kingdom for Thine own. Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Amen.