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Nothing want beneath, above,
Happy, happy in thy Love!

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O! that all may feek and find,
Ev'ry Good in Jesus join'd !
Him let Ifrael still adore,
Trust Him, praise Him evermore.

H Y M N XVII.

Is, xxxv. 8, 9, 10.

I.
ESUS my all, to Heav’n is gone,

He whom I fix my Hope upon ;
His Track I fee, and I'll pursue
The narrow Way, 'till Him I view.

II.
The Way the holy Prophets went,
The Road that leads from Banishment
The King's Highway of Holiness
I'll go, for all his Paths are Peace.

III.
No Stranger may Proceed therein,
No Lover of the World and Sin,
No Lion, no devouring Care,
No Sin, nor Sorrow shall be there..

IV.
No, nothing may go up thereon,
But trav'ling Souls, and I am one ::
Way-faring Men to Canaan bound,
Shall only in the Way be found."

V.
This is the Way I long have foughty,
And mourn'd because I found it not ;

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My Grief a Burden long has been,
Because I could not cease from Sin.

VI.
The more I strove against it's Pow'r *
I finn'd and stumbled but the more,
Till late I heard my SAVIOUR fay,
“ Come hither, Soul, ” I I am the Way,

VII.
Lo! glad I come, and Thou bless'd LAMB,
Shalt take me to Thee as I

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i VIII.
Then will I tell to Sinners round;
What a dear SAVIOUR I have found :
I'll point to thy redeeming Blood.
And say, "Behold the Way to God.”+

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I.
LORY be to God on high,
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Peace on Earth and Men forgiving
Man, the well beloved of Heav'n.

II.
CHRIST our LORD and God we own,
CHRIST the FATHER's only Son,
LAMB of God for Sinners flain.
SAVIOUR of offending Man.

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III.

Bow thine Ear, in Mercy bow,
Hear, the World's Atonement Thou,
Jesu' in thy Name we pray,
Take, O take, our Sins away.

IV.
Pow'rful Advocate with God,
Juftify us by thy Blood;
Bow thine Ear, in Mercy bow,
Hear the World's Atonement Thou.

H Y M N XIX.
Pr. xxiii. John $. 11.

J.
HE LORD my Pasture shall prepare,

And feed me with a Shepherd's Care,
His Presence shall my Wants fupply; -
And guard me with a watchful Eye ;
My Noon-day Walks he shall attend,
And all my Midnight Hours defend.

When in the sultry Glebe I faint,
Or on the thirsty Mountain pant,
To fertile Vales and dewy Meads
My weary wand'ring Steps he leads ;
Where peaceful Rivers, soft and flow,
Amid the verdant Landskip flow.

III.
Though in the Paths of Death I tread,
With gloomy Horrors overspread,
My stedfast Heart shall fear no Ill,
For Thou, O LORD, art with me ftill ;
Thy friendly Crook shall give me Aid,
And guide me through the dreadful Shade,

IV...
Tho' in a bare and rugged Way,
Thro' devious lonely Wilds I stray,
Thy Bounty shall my Pains beguile,
The barren Wilderness shall smile,
With sudden Greens and Herbage crown'd,
And Streams shall murmur all around..

H Y M N XX.

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1 Cor. xv. 52.

I Thes. iv. 16.

I.
OME to Judgment, come away,

(Hark, I hear th’ Arch-angel say,
Summoning the Dead to rise)
“ Haste, resume, and lift your Eyes,
« Hear ye Sons of Adam hear,
“ Man before thy God appear.

11.
Come to Judgment, come away,
This the last, the dreadful Day:
Sov'reign Author Judge of all,
- Duft obeys thy quick’ning Call,*
Dust no other Voice will heed,
Thine the Trump that wakes the Dead,

III.
Come to Judgment, come away,
Ling’ring Man no longer stay,
Thee let Earth at length restore,
Pris’ner in her Womb no more,
Burst the Barriers of the Tomb,
Rise to meet thine instant Doom!

Come

#John v. 25

IV.

Come to. Judgment, come away,
Wide dispers'd howe'er ye stray,
Loft in Fire, or Air, or Main, *
Kindred Atoms meet again,
Sepulchered where'er ye reft,
Mix'd with Fish, or Bird, or Beaft.

V.
Come to Judgment, come away,
Help, O CHRIST, thy Work's Decay ;
Man is out of Order hurl'd,
Parcel'd out of all the World :
LORD, thy broken Confort, raise,
And the Mufick shall be Praise,

H Y M N XXI.

Lam. i. 12.

I.
LL ye that pass by,

To Jesus draw nigh,
To you is it nothing that Jesus should die ?

Your Ransom and Peace,

Your Surety he is ;
Come see if there ever was Sorrow like His.

IT.
For what ye have done

His Blood must atone,
TheFATHER hath punish'd for you his dear Son;

The LORD, in the Day 1

Of his Anger, did lay
Our Sins on the LAMB and he bore them away.

III.
He answer'd for all,

O come at his Call,
And low at his Cross with Astonishment fall!

* If. liii. 6. ll Rev. XX. 13.

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