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A heav'nly prize demands thy zeal,
And an immortal crown.
Hold thee in full survey ;
And onward urge thy way.
Which calls thee from on high :
To thine aspiring eye.
Have I my race begun :
I'll lay my honors down.
520. L. M. Dobell. As reason is depraved by Sin, it can never know God
aright till renewed by divine Grace.
That thousand infants daily die?
Can it unfold the ebbing tide?
From the same earth their various juice?
God's boundless wisdom more and more;
521. C. M. Cruden. .
It is finished.... John xix. 30.
Redemption's price is paid :
On him our guilt was laid.
[2 "What boundless wrath did he endure,
When for imputed sin,
And centred all in him.]
“Say, if ought more is due ;
“Will yet for them renew.
" To weigh my people's wrong,
“My dying pangs prolong.
“ The blow I will not shun,
Redemption's work is done. 6 6 I yield not up my final breath,
“Nor bow my sinking head,
" The cancell'd bond be spread. 7 “That mixture of almighty wrath,
My lips did patient drain ;
“Does one small drop remain.
" And nail it to the tree ;
522. 8s. Swain. Redeeming Love.... Zech. xii. 10.... John xix. 37. 1
HEN on my beloved I gaze,
So dazzling his beauties appear ; His charms so transcendently blaze,
The sight is too melting to bear! 2 When from my own vileness I turn To Jesus, expos'd on the tree,
With shame and with wonder I burn,
To think what he suffer'd for me.
When in that dear bosom they meet!
spear, That wounded his hands and his feet. 4 'Twas justice that wreath'd for his head
The thorns that encircled it round ;
That mine might with glory be crown'd! 5 The wonderful love of his heart,
Where he has recorded my name,
Heav'n only can bear the full flame. 6 In rivers of sorrow it flow'd,
And flow'd in those rivers for me ;
523. 7s. Langford's Cole
Redeeming Love.... Psalm cxi. 9. 1 Tow begin the heav'nly theme;
Sing aloud in Jesu's name : Ye, who Jesu's kindness prove,
Triumph in redeeming love.
Beaming in the Saviour's face,
Praise and bless redeeming love.]
Banish all your guilty fears :
Cancelld by redeeming love.
; Now from bliss no longer rove, Stop and taste redeeming love.]
Ś Welcome all, by sin opprest,
Welcome to the Saviour's breast;
Nothing but redeeming love.
His tremendous foes and ours,
Mighty in redeeming love.
Strike aloud each tuneful string ;
Join to praise redeeming love. [8 When his Spirit leads us home....
When we to his kingdom come,
524. 148th. Toplady's Col.
Jubilee....Lev. xxv. 9-17.
The gladly solemn sound;
Exalt the Lamb of God,
Thro' all the world proclaim ; 3 Ye, who have sold for nought,
Your heritage above,
The gospel trumpet hear,
Ye mourning souls, be glad !
525. 8. 4. Medley.
Redemption. 1 HAIL, mighty and victorious Lord,
Worthy art thou to be ador'd, Who, long before time's round began, Laid the vast, wise, and wond'rous plan, To ransom ev'ry chosen man
To endless day.
In Jesus see the conquest won!
To endless day
Where saints and angels all combine,
To endless day.
526. 8. 7. 4. Burder's Coi.
Redemption....John xix. 30.
Sounds aloud from Calvary ;
Shakes the earth, and veils the sky!