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The grace from him proceeding
The grateful song I'll raise, ;
In high seraphic lays. m iei 8 Free grace, redeeming merit, to
And sanctifying love, ; ;
Shall charm the courts above.
The Safe and Happy Exit: . !!
Led Trusting in thee alone ! !
Then leave my dying one! List 2 If I must die-Oh let me dię .
In faith, and free from doubt, ..
And sanctify'd throughout. "," in
In peace with all mankind: .
For pleasures all refind." "''
2 The Tyrant, how he triumphs here !* !
His trophies spread around ! Un baie And heaps of dust and bones appear
Through all the hollow ground.it 3 These skulls, what ghastly figures now!
How loathsome to the eyes! These are the heads we lately knew,
So beauteous and so wise. 4 But where the souls,-thosé deathless things,
That left their dying clay? My thoughts, now stretch out all your wings,
And trace eternity. .. in
Those deeps without a shore,
Or fiery billows roar!"
Or sink in flaming waves;
Among the silent graves.
“Then come the joyful day; • Come, death, and some celestial band, “To bear our souls away!
.is DR. WATTS’S LYRICS. 550 (20 P.) 7.6. Gr. Road 281. Calmstock 6.
Pleasing Anticipation of Death and Glory. 1 AH! I shall soon be dying,
* Time swiftly glides away; But, on my Lord relying,
I hail the happy day2 The day when I must enter i Upon a world unknown; '-,' Tii
My helpless, soul I venture ¿On Jesus Christ alone. rid : 3 He once, a spotless victim, Upon Mount Calv'ry bled!: .. .
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JEHOVAH did afflict him, - its trains i t i
And bruise him in my stead. i
Unworthy as I am 2 3 hissa
The sin-átoning Lamb.*
Behold him on his throne..
.. Shall waft me to his breast.
The grateful song I'll raise, F
In high seraphic lays. : :
And sanctifying love,
Shall charm the courts above.. 550 (3d P.) C. M. Grove House 143.
Huddersfield 202. :;
The Safe and Happy Exit.
Id: Trusting in thee alone !! !!
Then leave my dying one! :: 2 If I must die Oh let me die
In faith, and free from doubt, ...,
And sanctify'd throughout. "
In peace with all mankind;..
For pleasures all refin'd. .. .
4 If I must die-as die I must .
Let some kind seraph come barely
To pass the dying night, it 's
O say, Let there be light. :
May I but have a view! :
I'll boldly venture through. 551 (1st P.) 148th. Eagle Street 16. Clapham 18.
The Midnight Cry, Matt. xv. 6. ".
With all the dead awake ;, '
Behold your heavenly Bridegroom nigh. 2 He comes, he comes, to call
The nations to his bar, } ,
Who meet for glory are :T
To see, without a veil, his face. a
And in his Spirit liv'de 1....
Jesus shall claim you for his bride :
Rejoice with all the sanctified. ja ST 5. Rejoice iri glorious hope s ul 1.91 Of that great day unknownya-;? gadi
When you shall be caught up En To'stand before his throno; i; ..s' Call’d to partake the marriage feast,'..obil
And lean on our IMMANUEL's breast. ' I 6 The everlasting doors for s i
Shall soon the saints receive, in
In glorious joy to live ! T ..1,%
With God eternally shut in.bitsi 197541 7
TOPLADY'S COLL. 551 (22 P.)L. M. Old Hund. 106. Wareham 117. ... Prayer for Deliverance from the Fear of Death: 10 GOD of Love! with cheering ray
Gild my expiring streak of day; " Thy love, through each revolving year,
Has wip'd away affliction's tear. ." 2 Free me from death's terrific gloom,
And all the guilt which shrouds the tomb !"..,
Before I sink among the dead. bis 3 May death conclude my toils and tears! . May death destroy my sins and fears: 201
May death, through Jisus, be my friend!!