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t CXXVII. Christ dying, rising, and ascending. Eatter. 6 L. M.
HE dies! the FRIEND of sinrersdies!
J. Come, faints, and drop a tear or two
5. Here's love and gries beyond degree,
4. The rifing GOD forfakes the tomb,
5. Break osf your tears, ye faints, and tell
6. Say " Live fonever wond'rous KING!
t CXXVIII. Christ Dying, Rising, and Reigning.
I. TIE dies! the heav'nly lover dies!
1. Come, saints, and drop a tear or two
3. Here's love and gries beyond degree;
4. The rifirg God forfakes the tomb,
5. Break, off your tears, ye faints, and tell
6. Say, "Live for ever, wond'rous Kino! "Born to redeem, and strong to fave!" Then ask the monster, "Where's Thy
sting? "And where's Thy vict'ry, boasting grave?"
t CXXIX. For a Funeral. Hell.
Without the verge of light; 'Where mingling flames, that constant rise, Add horror to. the night.
2. In burning and immortaHvoe,
The damned welt'ring He:
3. A gnawing guilt will cut the heart
With honor, grref, and iharne -, - Whilst ev'ry p'assion does impart A fad increase of pain.
4. Quite out of reach, tho' still in fight,
The heav'nly glory lies;
5. All sormer dear delights are dead;
Each pleasing scene withdrawn: "The mem'ry of what once they had '"Remains; th' enjoyment's gone.
P A R T II.
6. FIERCE siends infulting stand around
To seed the furious slames; From ev'ry quarter groans resound, Shrieks and despairing screams.
7. DistressM and rageous, mad with woe,
They bite their heavy chains;
8. Forever! who the thought can bear!
Who can sorever dwell
9. In outer darkness, scorching heat .
That strange mysterious sire;
iO. " Help me to know thy terrors, Lord,
ii. Let me be pardon'd and approv'd, In thy beloved Son: When God's appess'd, and guilt remov'd, • The sear of hell is gone.'
J. CXXX. Salvation in the Cross.
[ERE at Thy cross, my dying God, I lay my soul beneath Thy love; Beneath the droppings of Thy blood, Jesus, nor shall it e'er remove.
2. Not all that tyrants think or fay,
3. Should worlds conspire to drive me thenc Moveless and sirm this-heart should lie; Resolv'd (sor that's my last desence)
If I must perifh, there to die.
4. But speak, my Lord, and calm my seal
5. Yes, I'm secure beneath Thy blood,
And my best honours to His name.
h CXXXI. God the Avenger of his Stints
i. T TIGH as the heav'ns above the groui Ai. Reigns the Cre At Or, God;
Wide as the whole creation's bound.
2- Let princes of exalted state
To Him ascribe their crown; Render their homage at His seet, '. And cast their glories down.
3. Know that His kingdom is fupreme,
Your lofty thoughts are vain;
4. Then let the sov'reignyof the globe
Not dare to vex the just;
J. Ye judges of the earth, be wise, And think on heav'n with sear; The meanest faint that ye despife, Has an avenger there.
4. Boundless wisdom, pow'r divine,
I CXXXU. Invitation to Sinners. * CXXXIV. Christ's ViSlory over Satan.
t-TOjevry one that thirsts draw near f
'Tis God invites the fall'n race.
I. Come to the living waters, come,
f. See from the rock a fountain rise!
I- Nothing ye shall in exchange give;
t CXXXIII. Christ the lamb os God. 7s.
> LTOLY Lame, who Thee receive,
t Fix, O fix our wav'ring mind,
5. Dust and alhes tho' we be,
1. XJOSANNA to our conqu'ring King, Al The prince of darkness flies; His troops rush^ieadlorg down to hell,
Like lightning from the skies.
»'. There, bound in chains, the lions roa-r,
3. Ho/anna to our conqu'ring Kino,
All hail, incarnate lore!
4. Thy victories and Tby deathless fame
Thro' the wide world mall run;
The Triumphs Thou hast woa.
* CXXXV. The Refurretfion and Ascension os Christ.
t.TJOSWNJto the Prince os Light,
2. Death is no more the king of dread,
Since our Emmanuel rose;
He took the tyrant's sting away,
And spoil'd our hellim foes.
3. See how the conqu'ror mounts aloft,
And to his Father flies;
x With scars of honour in his flesh, And triumph in his eyes!
4. There our exalted Saviour reigns,
And scatters Westings down;
[5. Raife your devotion, mortal tongues,
6. Bright angels strike your loudest strings,
* CXXXVI. Hofanna It Christ.
1. TJ OS ANN A to the royal Son 11 Of David's ancient line; His nature's two, his person one,
Mysterious and divine!
2. The root of David here we sind,
And offspring are the fame;
3. Blest He that comes to wretched men
With peacesul news from heav'n!
To Christ the Lord be giv'n!
4. Let mortals ne'er resuse to take
Th' Hosanna on their tongues; - Lest rocks and stones should rise, and break Their silence into songs!
Ten thoufand snares attend us round,
2. The ev'ning rests our weary head,
We wake, and we admire the bed,
3. The rising morning can't assure
For death stands ready at the door
4. Our breath is sorseited by sin,
We own Thy grace, Immortal Ki No
5. God is our fun, whose daily light
Our seeble flesh lies fase at night,
CXXXVIII. After a Storm at Sea.
I. TJOW are thy servants bless'd, O Lord!
1. In soreign realms, and lands remote,
3. When by the dreadful tempest borne,
, The storm is laid, the winds retire,
; In midst; of dangers, sears and deaths,
6. Our lise, while Thou preserv'st that lise,
• CXXXIX. Ibt Bleffednefs of gospel times.
1 T T OW beauteous are their seet,
How charming is their voice!
How happy are our ears,
How blessed are our eyes,
Christians unite their voice,
The Lord difplays his grace,
CXL. Murks of a Christian.
OW glorious, Lord, art Thov How bright Thy splendors shir* '■ Whose rays reflected gild thy faints' With ornaments divine.
2. With Lialinefs and low,
The grateful heart, the cheerful eye,
3. In beauties fuch as these
But brighter habits shall they wear «
In regions of the blest.
4. O God of Israel, hear,
Make us the children of Thy care,
f CXLL The Soul unhappy'till pardoned.
i. T TOW heavy is the night
j. Our guilty spirits dread
To meet the wrath of heav'n But, in thy righteousness array'd, We see our sins sorgiv'n.
3. Unholy and impure
Our thoughts, and words, and ways
4. The pow'rs os Hell agree
He sets the sons of bondage free.
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