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mimo awon enw s 470. Invitation to the Lord's Supper.
is shed for many for the remission of sins.--Már. xxvi. 28 THIS is the feast of heav'nly wine,
And God invites to sup; b: 30$
Were press’d, to fill the cup i
With royal dainties fed ; iite
For Jesus is the bread!
Ye trembling souls, appear! We
Have no acceptance here.
The banquet spread for you;
And I may venture too.
And may obtain a place,
And I shall see his face.
471. Before the Lord's Supper. L.M.
He was known of them in breaking of bread. LUKE
TO Jesus our exalted LORD,
A cheerful song of sacred praise. 2 But all the notes which mortals know
Are weak, and languishing, and low;
The theme demands immortal tongues. 3 Yet, round his table while we meet,
And humbly worship at his feet,
In glad returns of grateful love! 4 Let faith our feeble senses aid,
Here may we see his love display'd;
And sufferings of our SAVIOUR GOD, 5 To each the contrite heart bestow,
Give us thy pard'ning grace to know ;
472. Before the Lord's Supper. C.M. The Son of man is come to seek and to save that which
was lost.-LUKE xix. 10. LORD, at thy table 1 behold
The wonders of thy grace ;
Should find a welcome place. 2 I that am all de fl'd with sin,
A rebel to my God;
And trampled on his blood. 3 What strange surprising grace is this,
That one so lost has room!
And freely bids me come. 4 Ye saints below, and hosts of heav'n,
Join all your praising powers; !4
No SAVIOUR is like ours. 5 [Had I ten thousand hearts, O LORD,
I'd give them all to thee:
Should join the harmony.] 473. Before the Lord's Supper. 78. I will not leave you comfortless: I will come to you.
John xiv. 18.
Humbly stoop to earth again ;
Come, and visit sinful men !
We are met in thy great name ;
Manifest thy presence here.
Breathe thy Spirit, give thy peace;
Lord, that we belong to thee. 4 Plant in us thy humble mind;
Patient, pitiful, and kind;
Full of goodness, full of thee!] 5 Make us all in thee complete;
Make us all for glory meet;
Partners with thy saints in light. 6 Call, O call us each by name,
To the marriage of the Lamb;
474. Before Receiving. 7s. When the disciples came together to break bread.
Acts xx. 7.
Wben the LORD shall come with clouds,
Join'd by heav'n's exulting crowds. 2 From the cross our hope we draw:
'Tis the sinner's blest resource:
O how full of joy and peace. 3 Jesus died, and then arose:
Yes, he rose, he lives, he reigns :
His the glory and renown.
Sing of him who rose again :
475. Before Receiving. 8—7—7. He hath filled the hungry with good things.-LUKE i. 53. BRETHREN come, 'tis Jesus bids us;
Bids us to a feast of love:
With provision from above: