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HYMN 86. B. 2. C. M. * or b HELL AND HEAVEN.
Abridge, St. Anns.
Freedom from sin and misery in heaven. IIYMN 44. B.2. L. M. D 10 Andin like da violent sea
UR , they be! 53} Limehouse, Putney.
They break our duty, Lord, to thee, HU; or, the vengeance of God.
And hurry us away. WITH holy fear, and humble song, The dreadful God our souls adore; 2 The waves of trouble, how they rise!
How loud the tempests roar! Reverence and awe becomes the tongue That speaks the terrors of his power. But death shall land our weary souls
Safe on the heavenly shore. Far in the deep, where darkness dwells, The land of horror and despair, 3 There, to fulfil his sweetcommands, Justice has built a dismal hell,
Our speedy feet shall move; And laid her stores of vengeance there. No sin shall clog our winged zeal, 3 [Eternal plagues, and heavy chains,
Or cool our burning love. Tormenting racks, and fiery coals, 4 There shall we sit, and sing, and tell And darts t inflict immortal pains, The wonders of his grace; Dy'd in the blood of damned souls. Till heavenly raptures fire our hearts, 4 There Satan, the first sinner, lies, And smile in every face. And roars, and bites his iron bands; 5 Forever his dear sacred name In vain the rebel strives to rise, [hands.]
Shall dwell upon our tongue; Crush'd with' the weight of both thine And Jesus and Salvation be 5 There guilty ghosts of Adam's race The close of every song. Shriek out, and howl beneath thy rod; Once they could scorn a Saviour's grace, 656
HYMN 40. B. 1. L. M. But they incens'd a dreadful God.
Dunstan. 6 Tremble, my soul, and kiss the Son- The business and blessedness of glorified saints. Sinners, obey the Saviour's call;
1“WHAT happy men, or angels these, Else your damnation hastens on,
" That all their robes are spotAnd hell gapes wide to wait your fall. less white ?
66 Whence did this glorious troop arrive HYMN 105. B. 1. C. M. X " At the pure realms of heavenly light?" St. James, Dundee.
2 From torturing racks, and burning fires, Heaven invisible and holy. And seos of their own blood they came ; NReyebate seen, nor ear hath beard, But nobler blood has wash'd their robes,
the . What joys the Father hath prepar'd 3 Now they approach *h? Alinighty Throne For those that love the Son.
With loud hosannas night and day; 2 But the good Spirit of the Lord Sweet anthems to the great Three-One
Reveals a heaven to come ; Measure their blest eternity.
4 No more shall hunger pain their souls ;
He bids their parching thirst be gone; 3 Pure are the joys above the sky, And all the region peace;
And spreads the shadow of his wings No wanton lips, nor envious eye
To screen them from the scorching sun. Can see or taste the bliss. 5 The Lamb, that fills the middle throne,
Shall shed around his milder beams : 4 Those holy gates forever bar Pollution, sin and shame;
There shall they feast on his rich love, None shall obtain admittance there, And drink full joys from living streams.
But followers of the Lamb. 6 Thus shall their mighty bliss renew, 5 He keeps the Father's book of life, Through the vast round of endless years;
There all their names are found; And the soft hand of sovereign grace The hypocrite in vain shall strive Heals all their wounds, and wipes the To tread the heavenly ground.
Transport them an the while! The same ; or, the martyrs glorified. Ten thousand smiles from Jesus' fad 1"THESE glorious minds, how bright And love in every smile!] they shine!
8 Jesus, and when shall that dear day « Whence all their white array ?
That joyful hour, appear, “How came they to the happy seats When I shall leave this house of chi, “Of everlasting day?”
To dwell among them there? 2 From torturing pains to endless joys, On fiery wheels' they rode,
HYMN 68. B. 2. C. M. And strangely wash'd their raiment white
Wareham, Stade. In Jesus' dying blood.
The humble worship of heaven. 3 Now they approach a spotless God, /FATHER, I long, 1 faint to see
The place of thine. abode ; Their warbling harps and sacred songs
I'd leave thy earthly courts, and 'filee Adore the Holy One.
Up to thy seat, my God! 4 The unveil'd glories of his face
2 Here I behold.thy distant face,
And 'tis a pleasing sight;
But to abide in thine embrace
Is infinite delight! 5 Tormenting thirst shall leave their souls, I'd part with all the joys of sense And hunger fee as fast;
To gaze upon thy throne; The fruit of life's immortal tree
Pleasure springs fresh forever thence, Shall be their sweet repast.
Unspeakable, unknown. 6 The Lamb shall lead his heavenly flock 4 [There all the heavenly hosts are seen; Where living fountains rise,
In shining ranks they move; And love divine shall wipe away
And drink immortal vigour in, The sorrows of their eyes.
With wonder, and with love. 658 HYMN 33. B. 2. C. M. X
5 Then at thy feet with awful fear Christmas, Bray.
Th' adoring armies fall;
With joy they shrink to NOTHING there,
Before thi eternal ALL. ", , Through every heavenly street,
6 There I would vie with all the host And say, There's nought below the sun
In duty, and in bliss ; That's worthy of thy feet.
While less than nothing I could boast,
And vanity confess.] 2 Thus will we mount on sacred wings, And tread the courts above :
7 The more thy glories strike mine eyes, Nor earth, nor all her mightiest things Thus, while I sink, my joys shall rise
The humbler I shall lie; Shall tenirt our meanest love.
Unmeasurably high. 3 There, on a high majestic throne,
PSALM 96. L. P. M. 赛
46th Psalm, On all the blissful plains.
The God of the Gentiles. 4 Bright, like a sun, the Saviour sits, Tosing the choicest psalm of praise,
ET all the earth their voices raise And spreads eternal noon: No evenings there, nor gloomy nights,
To sing and bless Jehovah's name: To'want the feeble moon.
His glory let the heathens know, 5 Amid those ever-shining skies, His wonders to the nations show, Behold the sacred Dove ;
And all bis saving works proclaim. While banish'd sin, and sorrow fies 2 The heathens know thy glory, Lord; From all the realms of love.
The wondering nations read thy word; 6 The g'crious tenants of the place Among us is. JEHOVAH known:
Stand bending round the throne ; Our worship shall no more be paid And saints and seraphs sing and praise To gods which mortal hands have made; The inanite THREE-ONE.
Our Maker is our God alone.
And sheds his glorious goodness down 660}
3 He fram'd the globe, he built the sky,
HYMN 75. B. 2. C. M. He made the shining worlds on high,
Christmas, Hymn 2d, Pembroke. And reigns complete in glory there: His beams are majesty and light;
Spiritual and eternal joys ; or, the beHis beauties how divinely bright;
atific sight of Christ. His temple how divinely fair! FROM thee, my God, my joys shall rise, 4 Come, the great day, the glorious hour, Beyond the limits of the skies,
And run eternal rounds,
And all created bounds.
Shall death itself out-brave,
And Aly beyond the grave.
In heaven's unmeasur'd space,
I'll spend à long eternity 1O THE delights
, the heavenly joys, In pleasure, and in praise. Where Jesus sheds the brightest beams 4 Millions of years my wondering eyes Of his o'erflowing'grace.
Shall o'er thy beauties rove;
And endless ages I'll adore 2 Sweet majesty and awful love Sit smiling on is, brow;
The glories of thy love. And all the glorious ranks above
5 [Sweet Jesus ! every smile of thine At humble distance bow.
Shall fresh endearments bring, 3 [Princes to his imperial name
And thousand tastes of new delight
From all thy graces spring.
6 Haste, my Beloved, fetch my soul
Up to thy blest abode; 4 Archangels sound his lofty praise Fly, for my spirit longs to see
Through every heavenly street, My Saviour, and my God.] And lay their highest honours down
Submissive at his feet.] 5 Those soft, those blessed feet of his,
OF I CANNOT persuade myself to put a full That once rude iron tore,
period to these divine Hymns, until I have addressed High on a throne of light they stand, a special SONG OF GLORY to God the Father, the And all the saints adore.
Son, and the Holy Spirit. Though the Latin name of 6 His head, the dear majestic head, it, Gloria Patri, be retained in the English nation
That cruel thorns did wound, from the Roman Church ; and though there may be See what immortal glories shine, some excesses of superstitious honour paid to the words And circle it around !
of it, which may have wrought some unhappy preju 7 This is the Man, th' exalted Man, dices in weaker Christians, yet I believe it still to be Whom we, unseen, adore!
one of the noblest parts of Christian worship. The But, when our eyes behold his face. subject of it is the doctrine of the Trinity, which is Our hearts shall love him more
that peculiar glory of the Divine Nature, that our
Lord Jesus Christ has so clearly revealed unto men, 8 [Lord! how our souls are all on fire and is so necessary to true Christianity. The action To see thy blest abode:
is praise, which is the most complete and exalted part Our tongues rejoice in tunes of praise of heavenly worship. I have cast the song into a To our incarnate God!
variety of forms, and have fitted it by a plain version -9 And while our faith enjoys this sight, or a larger paraphrase, to be sung either alone, or at
We long to leave our clay ; the conclusion of another Hymn. I have added also
663} Hymne Pundred, Bath.. M. 43 Glory to God the Spirit give,
source we owe
Chose out his favourites to proclaim
The honours of his grace.
2 Glory to God the Son be paid, ( Those of each metre are placed to- who dwelt in humble clay, gether, beginning with long metre.) And, to redeem us from the dead,
Gave his own life away.
And bless the happy hour. BLES
LESS'D be the Father and his love, 4 Glory to God that reigns above,
To whose celestial
Th' eternal Three in One,
Who by the wonders of his love
Has made his nature known. 2 Glory to thee, great Son of God,
From whose dear wounded body rolls 668 HYMN 30. B. 3. 2d C. M. X
Who calls our souls from death, 3 We give the sacred Spirit praise,
Who saves by his REDEEMING WORD, Who in our hearts of sin and wo Makes living springs of grace arise,
And new-creating breath. And into boundless glory flow. 2 To praise the Father, and the Son, 4 Thus God the Father, God the Son, The One in Three, and Three in One,
And Spirit all divine,
Le saints and angels join.
669}. Hymx 34. B. 3. 30C. M. * HYMN 29. B. 3. 2d L. M. 664}
Quercy, Green's 10011, Bath. NÓWlet the Father, and the Son,
Where there are works to make him
Or saints to love the Lord.
All glory to the Father be, 665} HYMN 32. B. 3. 3d L. M. X The Spirit, and the Son, TGod
the Father, God the Son, And God the Spirit, Three in One,
The 2d at the end of the Psalms. 671}
(C. M. * Be honour, praise, and glory given, By all on earth, and all in heaven. And Spirit be ador'd, [known,
Where there are works to inake him 666} HYMN 33. B. 3. L. M.
Or saints to love the Lord.
HYMN 28. B. 3. 1st. S, M. X ,
Dover, Silver Street,
Forever on our tongues :
The ground of all their songs.
In honour, to the Son, GLORY to God the Father's name, who bought your souls from hell and ,
673} HYMN 31. B. 3. 2. S. M. *
674} Uran 36. B. 3. 34. s. M. *
3 Give to the Spirit praise
He sent his own
To die for sins Salvation down to men. (veys That man had done. 4 While God the Comforter 2 To God the Son belongs Reveals our pardon'd sin,
Immortal glory too, O may the blood and water bear Who bought us with his blood. The same record within !
From everlasting wo:
And now he lives, 5 To the great One in. Three, 'That seal this grace in heaven,
And now he reigns,
And sees the fruit
Of all: his pains.
Immortal worsnip give,
Whose new-creating power 1 ET God the Maker's name Makes the dead sinner live : L
Have honour, love and fear; His work completes
And ills the soul 2 Father of lights above,
With joy divine.
4 Almighty God, to thee
Be endless honours done,
The undivided Three,
Where reason fails
There faith prevails,
And saints that dwell below, And love adores.
Hymn 39. B. 3. H. M.
Before the world began ;-
To Him that bore the curse IVE to the Father praise ;
To save rebellious man;
To Him that form’d Our hearts anew And to the Spirit of his grace Is endless praise And glory due. Be equal honour done.
2 The Father's love shall run
Through our immortal songs; 
We bring to God the Son
Hosannas on our tongues :
And angel round the throne,
Thus heaven shall raise His honours high,
HYMN 40. B. 3. H. M.. *** 1 I
GIVE immortal praise TO God the Father's throne
Perpetual honours raise;
Glory to God the Son,
To God the Spirit praise ;
676}The 5th at the end of the Psalms.