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5 let us indulge a cheerful frame,
For joy becomes a feast ;
More than the wine we taite.
Divine Glories and Graces. ILIOW are thy glories here display'd,
11 Great God, how bright they shine, While at thy word we break the bread,
And pour the flowing wine !
And pleads its dreadful cause ;
Like Jesus on the cross.
On this great facrifice ;
And faith with fixed eyes.
To heav'n directs her fight ; Here ev'ry warmer paffion meets,
And warmer pow'rs unite.
And rising fin destroy ;
Yet not forbids the joy. 6 Dear Saviour, change qurb to fighti.
Ler fin fowever die ;
And ev'ry tear be dry.
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Sumptum ad DOXOLOGIES.
God the FATHER, Son, and Spirit.
XXVI. Firf Long Metre. 1 DLESS'D be the Father, and his love, :D To whose celestial fource we owe
Rivers of endless joys above,
And rills of comfort here below.
From whose dear wounded body rolls
Pardon and life for dying souls.
Who, in our hearts of fin and wo,
And into boundless glory down
XXVII. First Common Metre. InLORY to God the Father's name,
Who, from our finful race,
The honours of his grace.
Who dwelt in humble clay, · 'And, to redeem us from tha dead,
Gave his own life away..