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H Y M N I.
• 1- /% H! who is this appears to me
And fill my Flesh with Dread,
Who for my Sins thus bled.
2 Appear before me evermore
B . Embrace
Embrace me fast within Thy Arms,
And let Thy Blood besprinkle me
O bring'my Heart to know thy Love ,
In all that bitter Pain,
My sinful Soul to gain.
And let me nothing know,
Thy Blood will keep me low!
1 \ Fter the Labours of Thy Lise,
xV Thou, Jesii, on the Cross did'st die; Thou susFredit much on our Behalf,
And didest Thou merit nought thereby? Forbid that Thought! Thy Blood indeed Has purchas'd ev'ry Grace we need.
2 We need not lie in Chains of Sin,
In sear and Darkness all our Days;
Our Mouths can gladly found thy Praise:
3 There's A> i
3 There's some strange Virtue in Thy Death, Which may we daily more discern;
Something that can a new Lise breath
Thank him all ye who know indeed
4. You, who were Slaves of Sin before,
"Contempt and Pain, r.nd bloody Sweat, "Our Souls from Sin and Hell to free, "And win our Hearts to follow Thee!
1 ALL Glory be to Gad on high!
With Praise and Thankfulness :.
A iinful World to bless.
2 Stand still and see what God hath done; He had but one beloved Son,
And him He freely gave:
Yet All He came to fave.
3 All Glory to th' Eternal Son, That He most freely did put on
Our Flesh and Misery: