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BROTHER, thou art gone to rest,
We will not weep for thee;
Thy spirit long'd to be.
Thy toils and cares are o’er ; And sorrow, pain, and suff’ring now,
Shall ne'er distress thee more.
Thy sins are all forgiv'n;
To share the joys of heav'n.
And this shall be our prayerThat when we reach our journey's end
Thy glory we may share. 21.
And wash'd from nature's shame,
The Christian's sacred name.
Our new and heav'nly birth,
And cleave to things of earth.
Like sons would we obey ;
And keep thy perfect way.
And bless the outward sign;
In all our life may shine.
P. M. (8-7's.)
BY thy birth and early years ;
By thine hour of dark despair ;
By thy last expiring groan;
P. M. (4-7's.)
Lord, obedient we would go,
P. M. (4-7's.)
P. M. (4-6's & 2-8's.)
He burst the grave; he rose
In glorious triumph led :
He soon again will come,
To realms of endless day :
26. CHRIST, the Lord, is risen to-day; Hallelujah. Our triumphant holiday;
Hal. Who endur'd the cross and grave,
Hal. Sinners to redeem and save.
Hal. Lo! He rises, Mighty King ! Hal. Where, O death! is now thy sting? Hal. Lo! He claims his native sky; Hal. Grave! where is thy victory?
Hal. Sinners ! see your ransom paid,
Hal. Peace with God for ever made ;
your risen Saviour rise ; Hal. Claim with him the purchas’d skies. Hal. Christ, the Lord, is risen to-day;
Hal. Our triumphant holiday :
Hal. Loud the song of triumph raise :
Hal. Sing your great Redeemer's praise. Hal.
P. M. (6-8's.)
COME, bless the Lord, whose love assigns
In holy duties let the day,
COME, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove,
The light of truth to us display,
Lead us to holiness—the road
Lead us to God-our final rest,