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Deeply wailing, ubic , Initi i li

Shall the great Messiah see! Pitis
3 Ev'ry island, sea, and mountain,

Heaven and earth shall flee away
All who hate him must, confounded,

Hear the trump proclaim the day;.
Come to judgment!'.'

Come to judgment, come away! .
4 Now redemption, long expected,

See in solemn pomp appear!
All his saints, by man rejected, ; - til

Now shall meet him in the air!.
Hallelujah!..

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See the day of God appear!
5 Answer thine own Bride and Spirit, i

Hasten, LORD! the gen’ral doom ;
The new heaven and earth t' inherit,

Take thy pining exiles home: ---
All creation

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Travails, groans, and bids thee come!
6 Yea, Amen ! let all adore thee, ".

High on thine exalted throne! !
Saviour ! take the pow'r and glory;

Claim the kingdoms for thine own;
O come quickly!...

Hallelujah! Come, LORD! come! 577 8.7.4. Helmsley 223. Painswick 162. seg .: The Day of Judgmentoi : 1 DAY of Judgment,—dảy of wonders!

Hark! the trumpet's awful sound,
Louder than a thousand thunders'

Shakes the vast creation round!
How the summons

Will the sinner's heart confound !
2. See the Judge our nature wearings,

Cloth'd in majesty divine! Davis 744

Ye who long for his appearing, it 1:1. S

Then shall say, This God is mine?
Gracious Saviour !. .. s! T

Own me in that day for thine! -
3 At his call the dead awaken; ...;:.

Rise to life from earth and sea;
All the pow'rs of nature shaken" hit

By his looks prepare to flee:
Careless sinner! !!

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What will then become of thee? : La
4 Horrors, past imagination, jv ees [

Will surprise your trembling heart,
When you hear your condemnation, 21

Hence, accursed wretch, depart!
Thou with Satan

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And his angels have thy part

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5 But to those who have confessed,

Lor'd and serv’d, the LORD below,
He will say, Come near, ye blessed! !

See the kingdom I bestow;!; Tie
You for ever

Shall my love and glory know. : :
6 Under sorrows and reproaches,' ,,'

May this thought our courage raise,
Swiftly God's great day approaches,

Sighs shall then be chang'd to praise !
May we triumph,

When the world is in a blaze. , NEWTON. 578(1st P.)C.M. Canterbury 199. Charmouth 28,

The last Judgment. in 1
HE comes ! he comes ! to judge the world,
II Aloud th' archangel cries !!
While thunders roll from pole to pole,

And lightnings cleave the skies. :)) 2 Th’affrighted nations hear the sonnd,

And upward lift their eyes :
The slumb’ring tenants of the ground

In living armies rise, : sinna

3 Amid the shouts of numerous friends,

Of hosts divinely bright, la mort
The Judge in solemn. pomp descends,
· Array'd in robes of light. si oa VO
4 His head and hairs are white as snow, &

His eyes a fiery flame, siil ol szit
A radiant drown adorns his brow, il

And Jesus is his name. Tool ud
5 Writ on his thigh his name appears,

And scars his vict'ries tell wisat
Lo-in his hand the conqu’ror bears II

The keys of death and hello KW
6 So he ascends the judgment-seat, tost v

And, at his dread command, s ta
Myriads of creatures, round his feet,

In solemn silence stand. 249 7 Princes and peasants here expect du

Their last, their righteous doom; site
The men who dar'd his grace reject,

And they who dar'd presume. 8 Depart, ye sons of vice and sing l e

The injur'd Jesus cries !
While the long-kindling wrath within

Flashes from both his eyes.
9 And now in words divinely sweet,
! With rapture in his face,

Aloud his sacred lips repeat KOT The sentence of his grace 10 Well done, my good and faithful sons, 16.

The children of my love!
Receive the sceptres, crowns, and thrones,
Prepar'd for you above. DR. S. STENNETT.
(20 P.) Lewton 30. Rippon's 188.

The Chaff and Wheat separated. 15 ATS

Whose fan, &c. Matt. iji. 12. u buch 1 THE Church, in all her glory here, at

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jie Sinners' and saints together meet, 16 ore

The chaff lies mingled with the whaat.
2 But a dividing day will come !!

And hypocrites must hear their doom;
Depart, decursd, to endless woes T

Prepard for Devils and for you. a'.
3 LORD, may I then, exulting stand-

Among the sheep at thy right hand,
Before the angels stand. confest,

And hear thy lips pronounce me blest.
579 (1st P.) 8.8.6. Chatham 59. Westbury

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Longing for a place at the Right Hand of the Judge.
1 W HEN thou, my righteous judge ! shalt come

To fetch thy ransom’d people home,
Shall I among them stand?
Shall such a worthless worm as 1, Lori VT
Who sometimes am afraid to die, A

Be found at thy right hand? In Te 2 I love to meet among them now, by sa da Before thy gracious feet to bow, dat als 30

Tho'vilest of them all : ad vlewa DAH
But can I bear the piercing thought ?
What if my name should be left out,

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When thou for them shalt call!

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3 Prevent, prevent it by thy grace; I T
Be thou, dear Lord ! my hiding place,

In this th' accepted day:
Thy pard’ning voice, O let me hear,

hears to 10
To still my unbelieving fear;
TO Nor let me fall, I pray.

hasta tuts hoe
4 Let me among thy saints be found,
Whene'er the archangel's trump shall sound,

To see thy smiling face : 19
Then loudest of the crowd I'll sing,
While heaven's resounding mansions ringlu)

With shouts of sovereign grace, 11 09

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579 (20 P.) L. M. Coombs's 45. Antigua 120.

Longing to meet the Judge with Jog."
I THE Saviour comes,--a mighty cloud **

Bears him in sacred triumph down;
The trumpet sounds, it summons loud,

And angels shout his high renown, T. 2 O could I hope my guilty soul: "Iya ☺

Might share the honours of that day,
Then let thine awful chariot roll,
.pl fly to meet thee on thy way. .

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· HELL AND HEAVEN. 580 (1st P.) C. M. Worksop 31. London 180.

Hellthe Sinner's own Place, 'Acts i. 25. 1 T ORD!'when I read the traitor's doom,

To his own place consign'd, ; - What holy fear, and humble hope ".

Alternate fill my mind! , in . 2 Traitor to thee I too have been,

But sav'd by matchless grace ;
Or else the lowest, hottest hell;
Had surely been my place.........

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mus", And thitherward rush’d on , And there in my eternal doom ***

Thy justice might have shone, ""
4 But, lo! (what wondrous matchless love !)
- I call a place my own,...
On earth, within the Gospel sound, iii

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And at thy gracious throne. iii..
5 A place is mine among thy saints, ::
A place at Jesus' feet, a

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And I expect in heaven's shoes
And I expect in heaven a place -

Where saints and angels meet., mori. 6 Blest Lamb of God! thy sovereign grade in

To all around i'l telly a 10 w galeri

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