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O let Thy table honoured be,
To FATHER, Son, and Holy Ghost,
JESUS said unto them, I am the Bread of Life."
7. Thee we adore, 0 hidden SAVIOUR,
O blest Memorial of our dying LORD,
Fountain of Goodness, Jesu, LORD and GOD, Cleanse us unclean, with Thy most cleans
ing blood; Increase our faith and love, that we may know The hope and peace which from Thy pres
O CHRIST, Whom now beneath a veil we see, May what we thirst for soon our portion be, To gaze on Thee, and see with unveiled face The vision of Thy glory and Thy grace.
“ My Flesh is meat indeed, and my Blood is drink indeed.”
8. O God, unseen yet ever near,
Thy presence may we feel;
Before Thine altar kneel.
Here may Thy faithful people know
The blessings of Thy love,
The manna from above.
We come, obedient to Thy word,
To feast on heavenly Food;
Our drink, His precious Blood.
For we, O GOD, are Thine;
Renewed with strength divine.
To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost,
The God Whom we adore,
And shall be evermore. Amen.
SUNDAY MORNING. “ In Tby Light shall we see light." MORN of morns, and day of days! Silent as the new-born rays, From the sepulchre's dark prison CHRIST, the Light of lights, is risen. He commanded, and His word Death and the dread chaos heard; O shall we, more deaf than they, In the chains of darkness stay?
Nature yet in shadow lies,
While the dead world sleeps around,
Unto hearts in slumber weak
Hear us, LORD, and with us be,
Glory to the Father, Son,
Blessing, and glory, and wisdom, and thanksgiving, and honour, and power, and might, be upto our God for ever and ever. Amen.' 10. On this the day that saw the earth
From utter darkness first have birth;-
That He may grant us that we crave;
sinful act and deed:
That this our body's mortal frame
We therefore, Saviour, cry to Thee
SUNDAY EVENING. " Bebold, He That keepeth Israel shall neither slumber por sleep.” 11. Be present, Holy Father,
Unseen by mortal eye ;
And Spirit from on high!
Thou Trinity, in Essence
And light and virtue One:
Of Father and of Son: