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HYMN 296. Chaplin. Amsterdam. [b]
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N Before you farther go!
Of everlasting wo!
For unless you warning take,
Into the burning lake!
That you his will oppose ?
With which he breaks his foes ?
When his judgment shall proclaim,
Like wax before the flame?
Your forehead lined with brass,
He will not let you pass. Sinners then in vain will call,
(Though they now despise his grace,) “ Rocks and mountains on us fall,
And hide us from his face.” HYMN 297. L. M. Germany. [b or *]
" Renounce thy Sins.” 01" DENOUNCE thy sins," the gospel cries,
1 And pant t'embrace a fairer prize; A heaven of joys before thee waits,
Then take the road to Zion's gates. p 2 “ Renounce thy sins," the watchmen cry,
Believe—and you shall never die; g Fair robes of glory wait above
For all the heirs of bleeding love.
Enlist a soldier of the Lamb,
HYMN 298. L. M. . Bowen. [b or *)
Jesus a Guest. Rev. iii, 20. ei DEHOLD the Saviour at thy door,
D He gently knocks, has knocked before; Has waited long, is waiting still,
You treat no other friend so ill. a 2 O lovely attitude !—he stands
With melting heart, and outstretched hands!
This matchless kindness to his foes.
HYMN 299. 7. Evening Hymn. [b] " Why will ye die? O House of Israel !" Ezek. xviü, 31. el SINNERS! turn-why will ye die?
D God, your Maker, asks you why:
Will ye spurn his love, and die ?
God, your Saviour, asks you why: .
Will ye slight his grace, and die ?
God, the Spirit, asks you why:
HYMN 300. 7s. Evening Hymn. [b or *] e 1 T ET the beasts their breath resign,
U Strangers to the life divine;
Why will ye for ever die ?
HYMN 301. 7s. Pilgrim. [b or *7 s1 SINNER! rouse thee from thy sleep,
Wake—and o'er thy folly weep;
The accepted Time. 2 Cor. vi, 2.
I Now is the day of grace;
And seek the Saviour's face.
The Saviour calls to-day;
To-morrow it may be too late
Then why should you delay ? 3 Now is th' accepted time,
The gospel bids you come ; And every promise in his word Declares there yet is room.
DOBELL. HYMN 303. 8,7, & 4. Tamworth. [b or *1
Sinners invited to Christ. Mat. xi, 28–30. 01 COME, ye sinners, poor and wretched;
U This is your accepted hour; Jesus ready stands to save you, e Full of pity, love, and power;
He is able, He is willing : doubt no more ! o 2 Come, ye weary, heavy laden,
Lost and ruined by the fall ! If you tarry till you're better, You will never come at all :
Not the righteous-
Nor of fitness fondly dream;
This he gives you;.
'Tis the Spirit's rising beam. e 4 Agonizing in the garden,
Lo, your Saviour prostrate lies ! On the bloody tree behold him, Hear him cry before he dies,
" It is finished ! Sinners, will not this suffice ? 5 Lo, th' incarnate God ascended,
Pleads the merit of his blood : Venture on Him, venture wholly, Let no other trust intrude :
None but Jesus
Can do helpless sinners good. 8 6 Saints and angels, joined in concert,
Sing the praises of the Lamb;
HYMN 304. 8, 7 & 4. Calvary. [*] 01 H EAR, O sinner! mercy hails you,
11 Now with sweetest voice she calls;
Trust in Jesus,
'Tis the voice of mercy calls.
Seek his mercy while you may ;
Haste to Jesus,
I mountain :"
We'll praise him again, when we pass over Jordan.
tain. 3 Now Jesus, our King, reigns triumphantly glo
rious; O'er sin, death, and hell, he is more than victorious : With shouting proclaim it-oh trust in his passion, He saves us most freely-oh precious salvation ! 4 Our Jesus his name now proclaims all victorious, He reigns over all, and his kingdom is glorious ; To Jesus we'll join with the great congregation, And triumph, ascribing to him our salvation. 5 With joy shall we stand, when escaped to the