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w : The Promised Land 2135 ry n 1 ON Jordan's rugged banks I stand, ru xo'i
Ahd dasta wishful eye canin.)
Where my possessions lies; ,, ? ima te it 2 O the transporting rapt'rous scene}", .
That rises to my sight!; LOEWE List Sweet fields array'd in living green, 5. And rivers of delight! 3. There generous fruits, that never fail, or
On trees immortal grow
"With'milk and honey flow. "
Shines one eternal day,
And scatters night away..
Can reach that healthful shore: ' Sickness and sorrow, pain and death,
Are felt and fear'd no more. 6 When shall I reach that happy place,
And be for ever blest?“ When shall I see my Father's fac
And in his bosom rest ?
Can here no longer stay;
Fearless I'd launch away. DR. S. STENNETT. 585 (1st P.) 50th. Cherriton 76. Old Fiftieth 23.
10Nwings of faith, mount up, my soul, and rise;'
View thine inhoritance beyond the skies;
Nor heart can think, nor mortal tongue can tell,
What endless pleasures in those mansions dwell: Here our Redeemer lives, all bright and glorious, O’er sin, and death, and hell, he reigns victorious.
2. No gnawing grief, no sad heart-rending pain, 1 In that blest country can admission gain:
No sorrow there, no soul-tormenting fear,
For God's own hand shall wipe the falling tear: Heré our Redeemer liyès, &c.1.0 (T Jal) 080 3 Before the throne a crystal river glides,
Immortal verdure decks its cheerful sides :
Its blooming head, and sovereign virtue bears : · Here our Redeemer lives, &c. ir bus love 4 No rising sun his needless beams displays, No sickly moon emits her feeble rays; The Godhead here celestial glory sheds,
Th'exalted Lamb eternal radiance spreads : Here our Redeemer lives, &c. Prot 980 l 5 One distant glimpse my eager passion fires !
Jesus ! to thee, my longing soul aspires !
When leave this earth, and when begin to live?
us 10 Jilgint J. STRAPHAN. OOT 585 (20 P.) C. M. Boston 159. Matthews 34,
The Grapes of Canaan ; 'or, Heaven anticipated.
Fór happiness below,
2 At length, thro' sovereign Grace I found 1 ? ? Fieth The good and promis'd land, ...
Where milk and honey flow around, ?: und den And grapes in clusters stand.
3 As I have tasted of the grapēs, : 3 rol :: I sometimes long to go
Where my dear Lord his vineyard keeps, . !! .. And all the clusters grow. .,! i 4 And can I long, and taste the fruit, ...
** And Canaan be deny’d?
Must all be glorify'd, U ser 586 (1st P.) C. M. Elim 151. Stamford, 9. .:, ,Otford, 106
stue .. Happiness approaching, Rom. xiii. 11. 1 A WAKE, ye saints, and raise your eyes . And raise your voices highAwake, and praise that soy'reign loyees
That shows salvation nigh. .. :. . 2 On all the wings of time it flies,... ini. ,, Each moment brings it near;
I me 3 Not many years their rounds shall run, a s Nor many mornings rise,
* Ye mortal powers decay! !
"Ye bring eternal-day. ----DR. DODDRIDGE. 586 (20 P.) 85. Limefield 94. Lambeth 59.
. The Year of Release is at hand- Deut. x. 0. I THE year of release is at hand ;
What rapture the thought should convey! To Canaan's fair beautiful land, ? :
Sweet angels, come béar me away. : 2 Oh, why must I lingering stay ,
Where no satisfaction I find ?
And leave all that's mortal behind,
3 Confind like a bird to its cage, Di
My soul would fain rise on the wing; I long with the saints to engage
in In a concert of praise to my King 4 The year of release is at land,y: 35 W . Why should I of troubles complain? Adieu—in the promised land, : : DO"
You never shall vex me again: 1900 5 The bondage of sin there is o’er,
The fury of Satan shall cease, willen The world shall perplex me no more,
..O hasten the year of release ( 6 But who this release can convey
"To bondmen and slaves, such as we? * Gethsemane, Calvary, say
T'Tis Jesus who died on the tree.. y Then help us to wait for the day,
And each in his duty to stand;
The year of releass is at hand, 587 L. M. Martin's Lane 67 - Coombs's 45.
bodi i' Bromley 104.. 11.19&r ti és
The Worship of Heaven, John xvii. 24. 1 FOŘ a sweet inspiring ray,..
U To animate our feeble strains, - 18.
The blissful realms where Jesus reigns!. 2 There low before his glorious throne, Adoring saints and angels fall; .;"u'
il And, with delightful worship, own :)
His smile their bliss, their heav'n, their all.. 3 Immortal glories -crown his head; ?!
While tunefal hallelujahs rise, ' s in
And love and joy, and triumph spread 10. "Thro' all the assemblies of the skies. 4. He smiles, and seraphs tune their songs
To boundless rapture while they gaze:
Ten thousand thousand joyful tongues :
Resound his everlasting praise. 1o . 5 There all the favourites of the Lamb a
Shall join at last the heavenly choir :
Awake our faith and warm desire! 6 Dear Saviour !·let thy spirit seal
Our int’rest in that blissful place :*!!!
587 (20 P.) 11. 8. - Calne 69. Pithay 101.
Sweet Hope of meeting the blissful Society above. 1 H ow bright" is the prospect the saint has in
11 Let present things be as they may; [view, Omnipotent mercy shall bring him quite through,
And guide him to regions of day. 2 Alas! sin and sorrow.attend him while here,
And frequently injure his peace ; But faith beholds now the sweet season as near, i That brings him a final release. W 3 With rapture he'll moant his celestial abode,
His spirit find pleasure and restí; T!. With ecstasy bask in the smiles of his God, I
Partaking the joys of the blestias aghi 4 With patriarchs, prophets, apostles, and those
Who sealed the truth with their blood)! Whose unsubdu'd courage astonish'd their foes,
And forc'd them to glorify God: vul 5 United with these, he shall hear them relate
. The tale of their suff'rings bolow
How grace had supported them through. 6 When this having heard," he rehearses to them
The mazes thro' which he has trod; ? From great tribulation by grace how he came,
And reach'd the fair city of God. iki