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Is there a Thing beneath the Sun,
O hide this Self from me, that I
H Y M N XXXIX.
Him let us adore,
Who cover'd with Gore, Late hanged on Calv'ry, both wounded and
(poor. He worthy is bless'd,
By Spirits at reft, Who once in this Desert, his Godhead confess?d.
The heav'nly Spheres,
Who saw him in Tears,
The Prophets who told
His Suft'rings of old, Sing now sweet Thanksgiving on Pfalt'ries of
(Gold. The Fathers to whom
He shew'd he would come, Now in his Pavilion, take up their long Hoine.
The Spirits of Men,
Who for him were llain, Froin Abel the Righteous, share now in his
(Reign. The Apostles who stood,
Refitting to Blood,
The Confeffors too,
Them proftrating low, Caft down their bright Mitres, and thankfuily
(bow. O Church of the Lamb, Here met do the same,
(Name. With Saints, and with Angels, bless Jesus's
My Soul bear a Part,
For ransom'd thou art,
To him that was slain,
The scorn'd Nazarene,
HY MN XL.
'Midít ten thousand Saints and Angels,
See the Crucified thine.
Welcoine, welcoine, bleeding Lamb ?
Thro' th' eternal Deep resounds :
Ev'ry Eye shall see his Wounds
(they who pierc'd him,
Heav'n and Earth, thall flee away;
Hear the Trump proclaim the Day.
(to Judgment Stand before the Son of Man.
Saints, who love him, view his Glory,
Shining in his bruised Face, His dear Perfon on the Rainbow,
Now his People's Head shall raise. Happy Mourners, happy Mourners, happy
(Mourners, Lo, in Clouds, he comes, he comes.
Now Redemption, long expected,
See in folemn Pomp appear ; All his people, once despised;
Now shall meet him in the Air, Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Hallelujah!
Now the promis’d Kingdom's come.
View him smiling, now determin'd
Ev'ry Evil to destroy ;
Songs of everlasting Joy.
(quickly! Hallelujah! come, Lord, come.
H Y M N XLI.
Good High Prieft is come,
Supplying Aaron's Place, And taking up his Room,
Dispensing Life and Grace:
The Law by Aaron's Priesthood came,
As sware the mighty God,
Ordain'd to offer Blood.
He once Temptations knew,
Of ev'ry Sort and Kind,
To ev'ry tempted Mind;
And by the Altar ftands;
And op'ning his pierc'd Hands.
And Laws and Offerings too;
The mighty Work can do: