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Salvation by grace is their theme; raise ; Thanksgiving, and honour, and blessing, and And GLORY TO God and THE LAMB. [praise, en The late John FOUNTAIN, one of
the Missionaries in Bengal.
C. M. Elim 151. Cambridge New 74.
The Everlasting Song..noh
U 'Tis time I lift mine eyes. "
And to my native skies.,
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With an immortal suund. ... 4 Jesus, the Lord, their harps, employs. : ; 13 air Jesus, my love, they sing !, som jer! ta', Jesus, the life of both our joys "O' Sounds sweet from ev'ry strings in
5. (Hark, how beyond the narrow bounds yo int Of time and space they run; '
n . And echo in majestic sounds" Litur. The Godhead of the Son, pti subwild with in 6 And now they. sink the lofty tune, BY
· And gentler notes they play;
To dwell in humble clay. .
(The God resides within): popit! His flesh all pure without a stain, i
His soul without a sin. '.
8 But, when to Calvary they turn, ;,
Silent their barps abide ; ; ; 4.
The God that lov'd and died. In
And chant the rising Lord.)
And be an angel too; Us ? !». My heart, my ear, my hand, my tongue,
Here's joyful work for you. a 11 I would begin the music here,
And so my soul should rise
My passions to the skies !
There I would fain have place,
So I might see his face."
pero softer than the rest. 11
TODOXOLOGIES, &C.. I AM Not unambitious of introducing the following Doxologies, in the words of our pre-eminently sweet singer; the great Dr. Watts, who says, “I cannot persuade myself to put a full period to those divine Hymns, till I bave addressed a special song of glory to God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, which, I believe, is one of the NOBLEST PARTS of Christian worship. The subject of it is the doctrine of the Trinity; which is that peculiar glory of the divine nature, that our Lord Jesus Christ has so clearly revealed unto men, and is so necessary to true Christianity. I have cast the song into a variety of forms, to be sung either alone, or at the conclusion of another Hymn.” 765
112th. New Haven 248.
112th. Hoxton 121.
DR. DODDRIDGE. 67 :. Old Hund. 100. (L. M.) Magdalen 214.
1 PRAISE God, from whom all blessings flow,
I Praise him, all creatures here below,
II As not to spare his only Son?
Praise now and through eternity, .. .;
Eaton 291. i :
- Have open'd wide the path to heav'n;
in China 300., i no
One God, eternal thanks belong;
Finsbury 283. 11:11
" Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost;
. : Stirling 317. Kira
And Holy Spirit to udore; it
1. Bampton 275.!! :
w In Father, Son, and Holy Ghost;
Denmark New 262.
1 The Father, Son, and Spirit's praise ; " And endless ages shall prolong The joy, the triumph, and the song." ".
F For love on Calvary's bloody tree,
The theme, too väst for time, shall be
Manning 245."1:3,"19"}, }} 10 FOR love paternal, rich, and free,
T For love on Caly’ry's bļoody tree,
.. Thy God tby glory. **."
The Father, Son, and Spirit, God; Whose love and grace all praise transcend,
Whose matchless glory, ne'er shall end, 768 201234C. M. thoni
Doxology 236. Miles's Lane 32.
L One God whom we adore," su ?
Michael's 119. Braintree 25. 2 To God the Father, God the Son,
1 Your grateful voices raise, And God the Spirit, Three in One, ""? Render immortal praise. WALLIN,
, Angel's Hymn 60. as .'! mo God the Father honour give,
1 And glory to bis EQUAL Son ; Let God The Spirit praise receive, The One in THREE, and 'THREE IN ONE,
Anniversary 296. "Old Ed, 393."" 4. ITVO Father, Son, and Spirit too,..
1 Who made the earth and heav'n, Of equal dignity possest, Be equal honours giv’n. ! ; 117
Arlington 17. Matthew's 34,
11 Before the birth of time!
JEROVAH, ELOHIM! Hoidizi
We in the Godbead own;
Evans's 190. 'Otford 106."
To the great Three in One, T
The wonders grace has done.'?
And all the ransom'd throng,
We raise the grateful song..
Salem 139. Foster 96.
I Ten thousand thanks be giv'n; 4