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€- That aweful face, which low respect
7. Bearing his cross to Golgotha, 1. With lab'ring steps behold Him go!
And from his wounds, when open'd there,
8. Plung'd in these streams, our guilty fouls 2. Purg'd from their num'rous fins shall be; Justice and mercy, tho' provpk'd
By us, O Lord, are pleas'd with Thee.
9. O Lamb of God, who bor'st our guilt, 3. To Thee immortal praife belongs:
While we Thy love and fufPrings fing.
t CDXII. The King at his Table.; 4'
i. T>EHOLD the Ki N G of Glory fits
2. No common food He here presents,
No common drink provides:
3. Lord, give us faith to raife our thoughts 1
Beyond the views of sense;
And draw new joys from thence I 4.. Let's know thy wounded body sell a
AkosPfing for our guilt;
Thy heart's pure blood was spilt!
5. So shall our minds and voices join, 3
In facred harmony,
To celebrate Thy grace, and fing
% CDXIH. My Flesh is Meat indeed.
LORD, we approach thy throne,
Thy flesh is meat indeed,
May joy, with humble sear,
And if fuch seasts as this
* CDXIV. The Asians raised.
OWHAT a foul-transporting feast Doth this communion yield! Rememb'ring here Thy passion past, We with thy love are fill'd.
. Sure instrument of present grace
Thy facrament we find;
And raptures still behind.
If Thou the pow'r impart,
And Thee our glorious earnest brings
4. O let us still the earnest seel,
It heav'n's high arch exceeds for height,
8. Lo Rd, to advance Thy praifes here,
X CDXV. Longing sor Christ'* Presence. % CDXVI. Communion with Christ.
1. T^ESCEND, O King of Saints, de-
2. O Prince os Peace, bless thou this board
3. As Thou our hungry fouls hast sed,
4. Teach us to wash our garments clean
5- Each fin of ours has been a thorn,
6. Yet ev'ry wound of thine does yield
7. Amazing love! 'tis infinite s w
1. T TOW sweet, how charming is the place Jljl With Go D's bright presence crown'd! Happy his children, who his board
As olive plants furround.
2. " Eat of this seast, fays He, my friends, "Who to my courts repair;
"Come, dearest children, freely drink "The wine which I prepare."
3. Lo R p, we accept thy bounteous treat, With wonder, joy, and love:
O may we in thy house have place,
And never thence remove I
The only food divine;
Thy,blood, the noblest wine.
To cleanse our fouls deiign'd .
And chear his drooping mind.
6. Here we are glad to view Thy love
X CDXVII. Access with Boldness.
No fiery cherub guards the seat,
2. We are not come to Sinai's mount,
To hear the thunder roar: We meet our Saviour in our Judge; What could we wifh for more?
3. While we around his table fit,
"Eat, O my friends, He cries, "And drink that blood I osfer'd up "For you a facrifice."
4. This has appeas'd justice divine,
This gives us free access:
5. Come and adore the love of God,
Wonders of grace consess;
CDXVIII. The Communion is Saints.
1. '"T^HE seast we celebrate,
X We call a seast of love:
2. As many grains, compact,
Do constitute one bread;
So all the faints one body are,
In union with their head.
3. In faith, hope, love, and joy,
One God they have, one covenant,
[4. The broken bread we eat,
5. Cease clamour, wrath, and strise, Envy and malice cease •
These grieve love's spirit, and these spoil
6. Among thy faints the least,
Thy friends they are, I call them mine,
7. The reconciled hand
Past injuries I'll quite forget,
8. Thy faints how excellent,
Did I not all the body love,
9. O may thy Spirit, Lord,
Decaying love revive, confirm,
[10. Love is from God, and /liall
* CDXIX. A Hymn os Praise to Christ. 7s.
1. £ONS of God, triumphant rise,
2. Ye that round our altars throng,
3. Lovers mysterious work is done;
4. Ch R i s T, of all our hopes the seal,
5 Sin shall tyrannize no more,
6. Grace our every thought controujs, Heav'n is open'd in our souls, Everlasting lise is won,
Glory is on earth begun.
7. Ch R Ist in us ; in Him we see Fulness of the Deity,
- Beam of the Eternal Beam . Lise divine we taste in Him.
8. Him by faith we taste below, Mightier joys ordain'd to know, When His utmost grace we prove, Rise to heaven by persect love.
HYMNS to conclude the Administration.
CDXX. Indignation and Hope.
i. TT 7ITH humble boldnels, trembling
VV And wjth a child-like sear, [joy, . Lord, we thy majesty address, And to thy seat draw near.
2. For thou, great Judge of all the earth,
Now on a throne of grace,
3. At thy right-hand behold thy Son.
Who kindly intercedes! s •
His blood cries louder than our sins,
4.. Ah cruel sins, how odious now,
5. These with black horror sill'd his mind,
Inrag'd his wounds with pain;
6. Tho' these our crimes all testify,
Our crying guilt aloud;
7. Let thy rove's rays attract from us
A penitential dew;
8. Then tho' our sins have num'rous been
Like fands upon the shore;
J CDXXL Love to a' crucifiid Saviour.
;.' i "'HOUart all love, my dearest Lo sDi
2. Thy divine beauty, veil'd with flesh,
Thy enemies despife;
3. But Thou more lovely art to me
For all that Thou hast borne: Each cloud sets osf thy lustre more, Thee all thy scars adorn.
4. Thy garments tinctur'd with thy blood,
The best and noblest dye.
5. That I may be all love to Thee,
And lovely like Thee too,
6. My former vows I now renew,
Olorb, as Thou art mine;
% CDXXII. Christ inviting, and the Saints accepting.
1. T TAPPY are they our Lord has chose £X I" msblest courts to dwell;
His praifes still their thoughts employ,
2. There He his loveliness makes known
To all who love his name;
3. With a celestial banquet there,
His table's richly spread: His own most precious blood's the wine, His body is the bread.
4. To entertain his happy friends,
He oft repeats his call;
5. Nay, ev'ry contrite mind to Him
A holy temple proves;
6. He at the door of ev'ry heart
Does friendly calls renew;
7. And will the high and lofty One
Vouchfase to dwell with men?
[8. This entertainment, Lord, of thine,
9. Eternal praise to thy great name,
By all the host of heav'n;
By ev'ry nation, ev'ry t;ngue,
And ev'ry heart be giv'n!
f CDXXIII. A serious RecolleSim
1. T TAST thou, myfoul, thy Saviooi XX view'd
As on the cross he hung and bled?