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HYMN I. C. M. 1 HARK the glad sound! the Saviour comes;
The Saviour promised long; Let every heart prepare a throne,
And every voice a song.
2 He comes, the prisoners to release,
In Satan's bondage held;
The iron fetters yield.
3 He comes to bind the broken heart,
To make the wounded whole;
And bless the humble soul.
4 Our glad Hosannahs, Prince of Peace!
Thine advent shall proclaim;
The glories of thy name.
HYMN II. 8-7. ] COME, Thou long expected Jesus !
Born to set thy people free! From our fears and sins release us,
Let us find our rest in Thee!
Hope of all the earth Thou art !
Joy of ev'ry contrite heart! 3 Born thy children to deliver;
Born a Child, and yet a King: Born to reign in us for ever;
Now thy gracious kingdom bring. 4 By thine own Eternal Spirit,
Rule in all our hearts alone :
Raise us to thy glorious throne.
HYMN III. P. M. i Lo! He comes with clouds descending,
Once for favour'd sinners slain ; Thousand thousand saints, attending, Swell the triumph of his train.
Hallelujah! See the day of God appear ! 2 Ev'ry eye shall now behold Him
Rob'd in dreadful Majesty :
They who set at nought and scorn'd Him, Pierc'd and naild Him to the tree, : Deeply wailing,
Shall the great Messiah see. 3 Now redemption, long expected,
See in solemn pomp' appear;
: HYMN IV. - S. M. 1 Behold the Lamb of God;
Who takes our guilt away! See and adore his heav'nly love,
And praise Him day by day! 2 Be ev'ry valley high,
Be ev'ry mountain low!
Shall his salvation know. 3. The heathen realms abroad
Shall join in sweet accord,
The glory of the Lord.
Ye that in darkness dwell!
He bursts the gates of hell.
: HYMN V. 10s. 1 GLORY to God, the holy angels cry; Glory to God, let ev'ry heart reply; The sun of righteousness now shines on
earth, And peace returns at our Redeemer's
2 Good-will to men, the holy angels cry; Good-will to men, let ev'ry heart reply; Let hatred, strife, and wrath, be heard no
more, But peace and love be spread from shore
to shore. 3 Glory to God, who sent, his Son from
heav'n, For us a child is born, a Saviour. given; He comes with peace, and pardon from
above, And rules his people with the laws of love. 4 Jesus the long-expected Saviour's come,
Let ev'ry heart prepare to make him room; Let infant tongues proclaim his love
abroad, And join to praise their Saviour and their
HYMN VI. L. M.
And silence slept on Zion's hill;
2 Hark! from the midnight hills around,
A voice of more than mortal sound,
3 Then swift to ev'ry startled eye,
New streams of glory light the sky;
4 On wheels of light, and wings of flame,
The glorious hosts to Zion came;
Lsung5 “O Zion, lift thy raptur'd eye,
The long expected hour is nigh,
6 See mercy, from her golden urn,
Pours a rich stream to them that mourn;