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* Holy joy, our souls possessing,
\ Swells the tribute of our praise.
♦ 2 Glory to tb.'. almighty Father,
♦ Fountain of eternal love,
I — "Who, his wandering sheep to gather,
* Sent a Saviour from above.
[ mf 3 To the Son all praise be given,
Who, with love unknown before,
< Left the bright abode of heaven,
— d: Equal strains of warm devotion
< 5 Thus—our joyful hearts ascending,—
Heavenly songs with ours are blending,-
HYMN 2S0, S. M.
The Father, Son and. Holy QhosU
mf 1 "WHILE all the angel throng
M Give thanks to God on high, f Let earth repeat the joyful song,
And echo to the sky.
— 2 Father! in whom we live,
In whom we are and move,— mf The glory, power and praise receive Of thine eternal love.
— 3 Incarnate Deity!
Let all the ransomed race i: mf Kender in thanks their lives to thee, For thy redeeming grace.
4 Spirit of holiness! < Let all thy saints adore
;: mf Thy sacred energy, and bless \
Thy heart-renewing power. j
\ f 5 Eternal, glorious Lord! \
'Let all the saints above, \
Let all the sons of men record, J
And celebrate thy love. \
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OQ1 HYMN 231, 8s and 6s, Peculiar.
ZOI Hallelujah to the Triune God.
f" 1 CING—Hallelujah I praise the Lord 1
And in his name rejoice:
2 There we, to all eternity, Shall join th' angelic lays, And sing, in perfect harmony, To God our Saviour's praise; He hath redeemed us hy his blood, And made us kings and priests to God: < For us—for us the Lamb was slain,—
| ff Praise ye the Lord!—Amen.
Qqo HYMN 232, 7s and 6s, Peculiar.
&0& The Alarm.
aff 1 CHSTNEK! stop—Oh! stop and think,
Of everlasting woe?
Now the friendly warning take;
Into the burning lake.
2 Say—have you an arm like God,
That you his will oppose?
With which he breaks his foes?
Which his justice shall proclaim,
Like wax before the flame?
I 3 Ghastly death will quickly come,
J And drag you to his bar;
i Then you '11 hear your awful doom,
J And sink in deep despair!
j All your sins will round you crowd;
} You will mark their crimson dye,
j < Each for vengeance crying loud,
; > And then—no refuge nigh!
HYMN 233, L. M.
The Sinner exhorted.
aff 1 CINNER! Oh! why so thoughtless grown?
2 "Wilt thou defy the wrath of God,
Led on by sin's delusive dreams?
3 Sinner! Oh! lift thy thoughts above, < And hear the Lord of life unfold mf The glories of his dying love—
For ever telling, yet untold!
QQ/1 HYMN 234, 7s.
/wO^fc The Sinner warned.
n* 1 TTASTE, O sinner! to be wise,
Ai Stay not for the morrow's sun;
"Wisdom warns thee, from the skies,
All the paths of death to shun.
2 Haste, and mercy now implore;
Stay not for the morrow's sun;
3 Haste, 0 sinner! now return;
Stay not for the morrow's sun;
4 Haste, while yet thou canst be blest;
Stay not for the morrow's sun; p Death may thy poor soul arrest,
Ere the morrow is begun.
Qq/^ HYMN 235, lis.
/wOv Danger of Delay.
m 1 TkELAY not, delay not; 0 sinner draw near, 1/ The waters of life are now flowing for thee; No price is demanded, the Saviour is here, Eedemption is purchased, salvation is free.
2 Delay not, delay not; why longer abuse
The love and compassion of Jesus, thy God? A fountain is opened,—how canst thou refuse To wash, and be cleansed in his pard'ning blood?
3 Delay not, delay not; O sinner! to come,
For mercy still lingers and calls thee to-day; > Her voice is not heard in the vale of the tomb;
p Her message, unheeded, will soon pass away.
— 4 Delay not, delay not; the Spirit of grace.
Long grieved and resisted, may take its sad flight; rap And leave thee in darkness to finish thy race, p To sink in the gloom of eternity's night.
Qqa HYMN 236, L. M.
^OO One Thing needful.
aff 1 "WHY will ye waste, on trifling cares,
I» That life which God's compassion spares,
2 Shall God invite you from above?
3 Not so your eyes will always view
4 Almighty God! thy grace impart;
HYMN 237, C. M.
Exhortation to Repentance.
1 T)EPENT! the voice celestial cries;
> The soul that scorns the mandate dies,
< And meets a fiery clay.
mp 2 No more the sovereign eye of God Overlooks the crimes of men;
— His heralds now are sent abroad.
To warn the world of sin.
mp 3 0 sinners! in his presence bow,
< 4 Soon, will the awful trumpet sound,
— His mercy knows th' appointed bound,
And yields, to justice there.
5 Amazing love—that yet will call,
< And weep, and love, and praise.
nog HYMN 238, 7s.
ZOO The Sinner meeting" God.
mp 1 OINNER! art thou still secure?
mf 2 See,—his mighty arm is bared;
> Thou must either break or bow.
mf 3 At his presence nature shakes, Earth affrighted hastes to flee, Solid mountains melt like wax:
< "What will then become of thee?
<— 4 Who his coming may abide?
You that glory in your shame!—<
< When the world is wrapt in flame f
Qqq HYMN 239, 8s, 7s and 4.
Zut/ The Voice of Mercy.
aff 1 TTEAR, O sinner! mercy hails you; -tL Now with sweetest voice she calls;