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2 O Son of God, Whose love so free
For men did make Thee Man to be,
United to our God in Thee
May we be one.

3 Thou Lord, didst once for all atone;
Thee may both Jew and Gentile own
Of their two walls the Corner Stone,
Making them one.

4 Thou art the Fountain of all good, Cleansing with Thy most precious blood, And feeding us with angels' food,

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8 So, when the world shall pass away,
May we awake with joy and say,
"Now in the bliss of endless day
We all are one." Amen.

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2 Our Sacrifice is one,

5 Join high and low, join young and old,
In love that never waxes cold;
Under one Shepherd, in one Fold,
Make us all one.

6 O Spirit blest, Who from above
Cam'st gently gliding like a dove,
Calm all our strife, give faith and love;
Oh, make us one!

Faith, one Hope di-vine, One on -ly watchword, Love: From diff'rent temples


One Priest before the throne,

The slain, the risen Son,

Redeemer, Lord alone!

7 0 Trinity in Unity,

One only God, in Persons Three,
Dwell ever in our hearts; like Thee
May we be one.

And sighs from contrite hearts that spring,
Our chief, our choicest offering.

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3 Head of Thy Church beneath,
The catholic, the true,

On all her members breathe,
Her broken frame renew!
Then shall Thy perfect will be done,
When Christians love and live as one.

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Ti-dings of peace; Ti- dings of Jesus, Redemption and re- lease. A-men.

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2 Behold how many thousands still are lying
Bound in the darksome prison-house of sin,
With none to tell them of the Saviour's dying,
Or of the life He died for them to win.

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Publish glad tidings; etc.

3 'Tis thine to save from peril of perdition

The souls for whom the Lord His life laid down:
Beware lest, slothful to fulfil thy mission,

Thou lose one jewel that should deck His crown.
Publish glad tidings; etc.

4 Proclaim to every people, tongue and nation
That God, in Whom they live and move, is Love;
Tell how He stooped to save His lost creation,
And died on earth that man might live above.
Publish glad tidings; etc.

5 Give of thy sons to bear the message glorious;
Give of thy wealth to speed them on their way;
Pour out thy soul for them in prayer victorious;
And all thou spendest Jesus will repay.
Publish glad tidings; etc.

6 He comes again-O Zion, ere Thou meet Him,
Make known to every heart His saving grace;
Let none whom He hath ransomed fail to greet Him,
Through thy neglect, unfit to see His face.
Publish glad tidings; etc.

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2 We wait Thy triumph, Saviour King!
Long ages have prepared Thy way;
Now all abroad Thy banner fling,
Set Time's great battle in array.

That He who once a Suff'rer bled, Shall o'er the world, a Conqueror, reign. Amen.

3 Thy hosts are mustered to the field;
"The Cross! The Cross!" the battle-call;
The old grim towers of darkness yield,
And soon shall totter to their fall.


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4 On mountain tops the watch-fires glow, Where scattered wide the watchmen stand;

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5 Oh, fill Thy Church with faith and power!
Bid her long night of weeping cease;
To groaning nations haste the hour,
Of life and freedom, light and peace.


Voice echoes voice, and onward flow
The joyous shouts, from land to land.

6 Come, Spirit, make thy wonders known!
Fulfill the Father's high decree;
Then earth, the might of hell o'erthrown,
Shall keep her last great jubilee. Amen.


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Before Him on the mountains
Shall peace, the herald, go;

|| And righteousness in fountains :|| From hill to valley flow.

4 Kings shall bow down before Him,
And gold and incense bring;
All nations shall adore Him,

His praise all people sing;
To Him shall prayer unceasing
And daily vows ascend;

: His kingdom still increasing, :||
A kingdom without end.

5 O'er every foe victorious,

He on His throne shall rest; From age to age more glorious,

All-blessing and all-blessed: The tide of time shall never His covenant remove;

: His name shall stand for ever, :|| His changeless Name of Love. Amen. JAMES MONTGOMERY

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