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UN Sing aloud in Jesus name!!: ? . . Ye,,who his salvation provę, : ,,
Triumph in 'redeeming love. :?
Beaming in the Saviour's face, te
Praise and bless redeeming love. :
Banish all your guilty fears ;l, anna,
Cancell'd by redeeming love..
Willing slaves to death and sing IT.
Welcome to his sacred rest; ?
Nothing but redeeming love.i
6 When his Spirit leads us home, .101" When we to his glory come,
We shall all the fulness, prove !! . Of our Lord's redeeming love.
He subdu'd th' infernal powers, : eyni Those tremendous foes of ours
! From their cursed empire drove, ! Mighty in redeeming love." 8 Hither, then, your music bring,
Strike aloud each cheerful' string! "*"
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* . Beneath its dreadful tyrant sway,
* And doomed to everlasting pains, im
We wretched guilty captives lay. , ?
Nor the whole world's collected store
A thousand worlds were all too poor. 3 Jesus, the Lord, the mighty God, 4.4."
An all-sufficient ransom paid;
For vile rebellious traitors shed. }.
To rescue guilty souls from hell: ;;'!?
Beneath avenging justice fell..!!!!
O may our grateful hearts adore
The matchless grace; nor yield to sin, :- Nor wear its cruel fetters more! 6. Dear Saviour, let thy love pursue.
The glorious work it has begun: · Each secret lurking foe subdue, And let our hearts be thine alone.
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.Finished Redemption. ':
II Sounds aloud from Calvary!' ..
Shakes the earth, and veils the sky!
Do these charming words afford ! '.
Flow to us from Christ the Lord : ?
3 Finish'd all the types and shadows Hell'
Of the ceremonial law!, alina!
Death and hell no more shall awe :)?
Taste the soul-reyiving food ;; ( lil. .. Nothing half so sweet and pleasant, " 1
As the Saviour's flesh and blood: 1:1
Join to sing the pleasing theme; i
Join to praise Immanuel's name: ,,
Glory to the bleeding Lamb ! :6:41 FA 72 L. M. Leeds 19. Rochford 22.11 (Verses 1, 2, and 6 of this Hymn, are set to the tune 277,
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It is finished, John xixi 30. li 'I 'TIS finish'd! so the Saviour cry'd,
I Ånd meekly bow'd his head, and dy'd: : 'Tis finish'd !-Yes, the race is run, ... Di
The battle fought, the victory won,
And all the ancient prophets said, ':
In me the Saviour of mankind. !!?
Shall sins of every kind atone:
5 'Tis finishd-Heaven is reconcil'a, N
And all the powers of darkness spoilid:
? Return, and dwell with sinful men.", 6 'Tis finished let the joyful sound s
Be heard through all the nations round:
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w To atone for our sins by his blood,
And rebels still be to our God?",
Shall man thus ungrateful then prove? ; Forbid it, O God of all grace! **
Forbid it, thou Spirit of love!
For folly so shameful as this;
Sure never was goodness like his. I. :) 4 He say'd us, or we had been lost,'
Nor comfort nor hope had e'er known:
- No less than the blood of his Son. i. 5 Thro' him we forgiveness shall find,
And taste the sweet blessings of peace : If, contrite and humbly resign'd, "s' is
We trust in his promised grace. i -. 6 This world then, with all its gay joy
That its thousands has spard and undono, May tempt but shall never clestroy.
Whom Jesus has mark'd for his own.;, 7 While here thro’ the desert we stray, ,201 Our God shall be all our delights ?
Our pillar of cloud in the day, ' 7***
And also of fire in the night; it is 8 Till, the Jordan of death safely pass'd,
We land on the heavenly shore, si Where we the hid manna shall taste, sier
Nor hunger nor thirst any more...... 9 And there, while his glories we see, ".
i And feast on the joys of his love, 6 . We chang'd to his likeness shall be, And then shall all gratitude prove.
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Christ's Atonement. . 10 THOU, who didst thy glory leave
V. Apostate sinners to retrieve
If thou hast bought me with a price,
For thou hast borne them all.
Didst thou without the city bleed ?
The sufferings of the man.
For us, his foes, expire ! . ; ,. ' Amaz’d, O earth! the tidings hear! ;. He bore that we might never bear
His father's righteous ire.'.' . !
Deputed to atone'; *
And see him on bis throne. .. TOPLADY.