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Go, sound deliverance ; loudly blow
Salvation to the saints below.
The promis'd great sabbatic year,
Israel in ceaseless peace shall dwell. 6 Till then, we will not let thee rest,
Thou still shalt hear our strong request;
LORD, sound the trump of jubilee. 421 (20 P.) L. M. Ailie Street 241. Portugal 97. Prayer to God for his special interposition in spreading
the Gospel, Zec. ix. 13--10. 6 HOW’long, O GOD, 'has man been driv'n
I Far off from happiness and heay'n! . • When wilt thou,' graciously, “ restore
Thy banish’d sons to rove no more?
Has triumph'd over all below;
With ravening wolves encompass’d round. 3 Shall not the Lamb, who once was slain,
An ample compensation gain,
To happiness and God restore ?
A remnant must to him belong;
To furnish trophies of his grace. i. 5 Exert that power which could subdue
The furious slaughter-breathing Jew,
Victorious over Greece and Rome.
Let God himself the trumpet blow;
421 (3d P.) 108. Warsaw 211. Upton 314, The House must be of Fame and Glory throughout all
* Countries, 1 Chron. xxii. 25. IMHE house now to be builded to the LORD,
I Whose firm foundation-stone his hand hath laid, Shall in magnificence and fame exceed
That which King Solomon so glorious made.
This sacred temple shall its bounds extend ;
Thé humble worshipper approach with joy;
In the same heavenly strains their lips employ.
Their ardour still by gathering converts fir'd. 5 Hark! they proclaim salvation by the cross,
And thousands press t accept the boundless grace;
421 (4th P.) C. M. Sprague 166. Staughton 264. Saints longing to see their King with his many Crowns,
. : Rev. xix. 12.
Um With God-like honours crown'd;
Shall spread his fame around.
Or stops its swift career,
And CHRIST be honour'd there. ?
The victories he hath won :
While time its course shall run !
And millions more subdue,
Destroy our enmity and pride,
And we will crown thee too. 422 (1st P.) 112th. Carey's 11. Uffculm 93.
Gentiles praying for Jews, Rom. xi. 1. 2. 25. 26.
1 Our earnest suit for Abra'm's seed;
And Christ by their rejection gain.
Thro' every nation under heaven,
Unsav'd, unpity'd, unforgiven ;
For ever cast thy own away?
On him they pierc'd, and weep and pray?
All Israel shall be saved at last.
The veil from Jacob's heart remove;.
That, quicken’d by thy dying love,
And shout to God the glory due.
I Among the sons of men ;
And makes them free again;
2 The cause of righteousness,
And truth, and holy peacc,. .
Shall spread and never cease :
Allegiance due, with rapture vow. 3 The baffled prince of hell,
In vain new projects tries,
Conquest awaits the Lamb once slain. 4 He died, but soon arose
Triumphant o'er the grave;
Omnipotent to save;
Eternal bliss his subjects meet. 5 All power is in his hand,
His people to defend; '
Shall millions more attend :
And distant isles receive his laws.
This ever-blessed leaven
Diffus'd abroad must be:
Resurrection 72. 7 Ye who have known his name,
Subserve his glorious plan;
Proclaim to all your race · The friend of God and man; How happy ye who own his sway!
Ye own'd shall be another day.
8 All hail, incarnate Lord !
Our souls triumphant cry;
By all beneath the sky!,
In strains divine we'll sing thy love. 422 (3d P.) L.M. Horsley, 111. Magdalene 34.
The Fields white for Harvest.*
A plenteous harvest all around,
Shall ever fall unto the ground :2 A harvest of immortal souls,
Secur'd by an almighty power,
Nor ravenous beasts of prey devour.
Complete in number shall be found; i
Be with eternal honours crown'd. 422 (4th P.) L.M. Gloucester 12. Islington 40. He must reign; or, the Victories of Christ the Triumph of
Christians. . 1 VES, mighty Jesus! thou shalt reign
1 Till all thy haughty foes submit; - Till hell, and all her trembling train,
Become like dust beneath thy feet.
Thy arm shall full salvation bripg; . .
Shall conquer with their conquering King. 3 And when, thro' brilliant gates of gold,
Thou lead'st thy chosen to the skies,
The Hymns from the 427th to the 411st also relate to the spread of the Gospel, and the happiness of the Church.