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7 Is he the Head? Each member lives,
8 Is he a Fountain? There I bathe,
9 is he a Rock? How firm he proves!
The Rock of ages never moves:
10 Is he a Door? I'll enter in ;
None but the sheep have freedom there.
11 IS JESUS laid a Corner-stone,
To build our hopes of heaven upon!
12 Is he a Star? He breaks the night, Piercing the shades with dawning light;
e 1 Corinthians xii. 27.
2 Sam. xxii. 2; 1 Cor. x. 4.
fZechariah xiii. 1.
k Rev. xxii. 16.
I know his glories from afar,
13 Is he a Sun? His beams are grace,
140 let me climb those higher skies, Where storms and darkness never rise! There he displays his powers abroad, And shines and reigns th'incarnate GOD.
15 Nor earth, nor seas, nor sun, nor stars,
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Without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: GOD was manifest in the flesh.-1 TIMOTHY iii. 16.
LO, the infant SAVIOUR lies!
2 See, he stands at Pilate's bar! Most despis'd of all by far; Still to him belong the words"King of Kings, and Lord of Lords."
7 Malachi iv. 2.
3 He who wears the crown of thorns,
4 On the cross 'tis still the same; Never does he yield his claim: Clear his title to the words
"King of Kings, and Lord of Lords."
5 Past the conflict of his love;
King of Kings, and Lord of Lords."
6 [0, ye bright seraphic choirs, Strike anew your golden lyres! While ye gaze, proclaim the words "King of Kings, and Lord of Lords."
7 Join, ye saints, with heav'n agree; Let the name of JESUS be,
Still united to the words
"King of Kings, and Lord of Lords."]
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I have sworn by myself, the word is gone out of my mouth in righteousness, and shall not return, that unto me every knee shall bow, every tongue shall swear.ISAIAH xlv. 23.
JESUS, hail, thou great I AM!
Angel-harps resound thy praise;
2 Hail, thou everlasting Lord,
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KING OF KINGS, AND LORD OF LORDS. REV. xix. 16.
"KING OF KINGS, AND LORD OF LORDS!" These are great and awful words; 'Tis to JESUS they belong: Let his people raise their song.
2 Hark! how angels sound his praise ! Fill'd with transport, while they gaze: Glory, honour, praise, and pow'r, These are thine for evermore.
3 Crown him then whom angels sing; Crown him everlasting King!
JESUS fills the throne above,
4 Holy, holy, holy, Lord!
Heav'n and earth thy name record :
Pow'r and praise to thee belong,
5 [Rich in glory thou didst stoop;
When we shall from earth be free;
May this hope our spirits cheer;
136. For his Greatness.-7-6-8. PSALM CIV.
PRAISE the Lord who reigns above,
And all his greatness show;