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A. 8. When Others fell, we faithful prov'd,
His Love preserv'd us true :
He never died for you.
A. 9. Worms of the Earth, to you, we own,
The Nobler Grace is given : M. Then praise with Us the Great Three-One, Till We all meet in Heaven.
above We'll vie with the Celestial Hoft,
And Earth shall rival Heaven.
·To EatherSon, and Holy Ghost
2. Ye Angels, thạt in Strength excel,
To God your Voices raise ;
Yet humbly chaunt His Praise.
3. To Him Ye Hallelujah cry
Loud as the Thunder's Noise ; As many
Waters we reply, And eccho back the Voice..
4. Ten Thousand Times ten Thousand, fing
Ye your Creator's Name;
And We extol the Lamb.
5. Ye cast
Crowns before His Throne;
The Wonders of His Grace.
6. Thus let us Alt forever lie,
In Songs, or Silence join, T'adore the Majesty on high,
The Depth of Love Divine.
This Fruit of Righteouiness,
agree; Who knows the joys of Unity!
When All are sweetly joind,
(True Followers of the Lamb,
And think and speak the fame,
Where Unity takes place,
The Joys of Heaven we prove :
The Unction from above,
Where Unity is found,
The sweet anointing Grace
And overspreads the Place ;
Soul it cc nes, And fills it with Divine Perfumes.
5. Jesus, our Great High-Priest,
For Us the Gift receiv'd,
Who have in Him believ'd ;
On All His Chosen Ones
The pretious Oil comes down ; It runs, and as it runs,
It cyer will run on,
Ev'n to His Skirts -the Meanest Name That longs to love the Bleeding Lamb.
From Aaron's Beard it rolls
(Those nearest to His Face) To humble, trembling Souls
Who feebly sue for Grace : I know the Grace for All is free, For lo ! it reaches now to me.
8. Grace every Morning new,
And every Night we feel
That falls from Hermon's Hill;
9. Ev'n now our LORD doth pour
The Blessing from above,
Of Heart-reviving Love,
10. In Him when Brethren join,
And follow after Peace,
He promises to bless,
II. The Riches of His Grace
In Fellowship are given,
The Citizens of Heaven ;
DAVID and GOLIAH.
HO is this Gigantick Foe,
That proudly stalks along; Overlooks the Croud below:
In brasen Armour strong ? Loudly of his Strength he boasts,
On his Sword and Spear relres, Meets the God of Israel's Hofts,
And all their Force defies.
Tallest of the Earth-born Race
And own him Conqueror :-
Nature answers from within, He is My own Wickedness,
My own Besetting Sin. 3. In the Strength of Jesu's Names'.
I with the Monster fight, Feeble and unarm'd I am,
But Jesus is my Might: Mindful of His. Mercies paft,
Still I trust the same to prove, Still my helpless Soul I calt,
On His Redeeming Love..
He hath deliver'd me ;
And still my Helper be ;
Jesus on my Side I have,
He now my Soul shall fave.
5. With my Soing and Stone I
To Slay the Philistine ;
And I shall conquer
Trust in an Almighty LORD, Sure to win the Victory,
For He hath Spoke the Word. 6. In the Strength of God I rise,
I run to meet my Foe ;
And lays the Giant low :
Slings the Sin-destroying Stone, Points the Word's unerring Aim,
And brings the Monster down. 7. See the Promise-Word takes place,
And smites the Giant's Head, See, he falls upon his Face,
He falls, and Sin is dead ! Now I more than conquer it,
Trample on Goliah Nain: Slain he lies beneath my Feet,
Never to rise again. 8. Willing now to be made free
From my own Sin I am, Sav'd from all Iniquity,
From every Touch of Blame : Thou hast made me willing, Lord, Thou alone haft turn'd
Heart, Now I with Goliah's Sword
His Head and Body part.
9. Sin, my strongest Sin is dead,
Goliah is o'erthrown ;
The Love of Sin is gone :