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Public Worship Tate & BRADT. ( 3 With patience firm and purpose high i Oh come! loud anthems let us sing,
The weakness of our flesh supply;
And make our hearts o'erflow with love. When our salvation's Rock we praise. 2 Into his presence let us haste,
1 Ilow welcome to the soul, when pressed The praise that to his name belongs.
With six days' noise and care and toil,
Is the returning day of rest, 3 Oh let us to his courts repair,
Which hides us from the world awhile! And bow with adoration there; With joy and fear, devoutly all
2 How happy they whose lot is cast
Where Christ invites the weary yet! Before the Lord, our Maker, fall!
They find their sorrows quickly past. 6.
And all their barilens soon forget.
? Come, Holy Spirit! now descend;
Most blessed gift which God can senil;
4 We thank thee for thy day, O Lord !
And here thy promised presence seek
Call to Worship. Ps. 95. WATTS. 1 Come, sound his praise abroad,
And hymns of glory sing;
The universal King.
gave the seas their bound;
And all the solid ground.
Corne, bow before the Lord :
He formed us by his word.
Nor dare provoke his rod;
And own your gracious God.
Enjoyment in Worship. SPIRIT OF THE PSALIS 1 SWEET is the task, O Lord!
Thy giorious acts to sing, To praise thy name, and hear thy word.
And grateful offerings bring. 2 Sweet, at the dawning hour,
Thy boundless love to tell; And, when the night-wind shuts the flower,
Still on the theme to dwell, 3 Sweet, on this day of rest,
To join, in heart and voice, With those who love and serve thee best.
And in thy name rejoice.
Be every sabhath given,
Eternally in heaven!
The Sabbath welcomed. WATTS. 1 WELCOME, sweet day of rest,
That saw the Lord arise!
And these rejoicing eyes !
And feasts his saints to-day;
And love and praise and pray. 5 One day amid the place
Where Christ, iny Lord, has been,
Of pleasurable sin.
Ir such a frame as this,
To everlasting bliss.
1 STAND up, and bless the Lord,
Ye people of his choice; Stand up, and bless the Lord your God,
With heart and soul and voice. 2 Though high above all praise,
Above all blessing high,
And laud and magnify ? 3 Oh for the living flame,
From his own altar brought,
And raise to heaven our thought ! 4 Stand up, and bless the Lord;
The Lord your God adore; Stand up, and bless his glorious name,
Henceforth, for evermore.
Surrounding the Mercy Seat. J. TAYLOR. 13. 1 Far from mortal cares retreating,
1 Love divine, all love excelling, Sordid hopes and fond desires,
Joy of heaven, to earth come down; Here, our willing footsteps meeting,
Fix in us thy humble dwelling, Every heart to heaven aspires.
All thy faithful mercies crown. From the Fount of glory beaming,
Father! thou art all compassion,-Light celestial cheers our eyes ;
Pure, unbounded love thou art; Mercy from above proclaiming,
Visit us with thy salvation, Peace and pardon from the skies. Enter every longing heart.
2 Breathe, oh breathe thy loving Spirit 2 Who may share this great salvation ?
troubled breast; Every pure and humble mind;
Let us all in thee inherit, Every kindred, tongue, and nation,
Let us find, thy promised rest. From the dross of guilt refined:
Come, almighty to deliver, Blessings all around bestowing,
Let us all thy life receive; God withholds his care from none;
Graciously come down, and never, Grace and mercy ever flowing
Never more thy temples leave From the fountain of his throne.
Dorology. 3. Every stain of guilt abhorring,
“Lord, thy glory fills the heaven, Firm and bold in virtue's cause;
Earth is with its fulness stored; Still thy Providence adoring,
Unto thee be glory given, Faithful subjects to thy laws,
Holy, holy, holy Lord !” Lord! with favor still attend us,
Heaven is still with glory ringing,
Earth takes up the angels' cry,
“Lord of hosts, the Lord most Higb!"