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4 When to the cross we turn our eyes,
And rest on Calvary,
We must remember thee!
And all thy love so free;
Come, and meet thy people here. 2 In the rite thou hast enjoined, :
Let us thee our Saviour find;
Taste thee in the broken bread.
Thou thy pardoning grace declare:
Show thyself the Crucified!
Fill us with thy perfect love; u Stamp us with the stamp divine; ...
Seal our souls for ever thine. 328
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Think on us who think on thee;' ni
And every struggling soul release,, O remember Calvary,
And bid us go in peace! 2 By thine agonizing pain,
And bloody sweat, we pray;
Take all our sins away:
From all iniquity release;...,
And bid us go in peace! : 3 Let thy blood, by faith applied,
The sinner's pardon seal;
And all our sickness heal: “ lino
Let all our griefs and troubles cease; O remember Calvary,
And bid us go in peace! 329 8s & 7s. JESUS spreads his banner o'er us,
Cheers our famished souls with food,
Of his mystic flesh and blood. Precious banquet; bread of heaven;
Wine of gladness, flowing free; May we taste it, kindly given,
In remembrance, Lord, of thee.
When the angels sang thy birth;
In thy trial and rejection;
In thy glorious resurrection;
May we, Lord, remember thee.
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Thy presence may we feel;
The great engagement seal.
The blessings of thy love;
The manna from above.
To feast on heavenly food; : Our meat, the body of the Lord,
Our drink, his precious blood.
For we, O God, are tbine;
Renewed with strength divine. 331
The wonders of thy grace;
Should find a welcome place. 2 What strange surprising grace is this,
That such poor souls have room!
Our Jesus bids us come.
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3 Ye saints below, and hosts of heaven,
Join all your praising powers;
No Saviour is like ours. 4 Had we ten thousand hearts, dear Lord!
We'd give them all to thee; ; Had we ten thousand tongues, they all
Should join the harmony.
PREAD of heaven! on thee we feed,
With the true and living bread!
This blest cup of sacrifice:
To thy cross we look and live.
Through the life of him who died:
Who saves us by his grace? 2 The Lord of life, with glory crowned,
On heaven's exalted throne,
IIe heaved his dying groan.
3 His glory now no tongue of man
Or seraph bright can tell: Yet 'tis the chief of all his joys
That souls are saved from hell. 4 For this he came and dwelt on earth;
For this his life was given; For this he fought and vanquished death;
For this he pleads in heaven. 5 Join, all ye saints beneath the sky,
Your grateful praise to give;
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Bring to every thankful mind
All his sufferings for mankind: True recorder of his passion,
Now the living faith impart; . . Now reveal his great salvation
Unto every faithful heart. 2 Come, thou Witness of his dying; i
Come, Remembrancer divine;
Christ to every soul of thine.
Look on him we pierced, and grieve; All partake the grace atoning,
All the sprinkled blood receive. 335
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