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Hymn 124. s. M. 1. T ET God the Father live

I For ever on our tongues: Sinners from his first love derive

The ground of all their songs. 2. Ye saints, employ your breath

In honour of the son, Who bought your souls from hell and death,

By off’ring up his own. 3. Give to the spirit praise

Of an immortal strain, . Whose light, and pow'r and grace conveys

Salvation down to men. 4. While God the comforter

Reveals our pardon'd sin,
O may the blood and water bear

The same record within. 5. To the great one in Three,

That seal this grace in heav'n, The Father, Son, and Spirit, be

Eternal glory giv'n.

- Hymn 125. P, M. 1. T GIVE immortal praise

1 To God the Father's love,
For all my comforts here,

And better hopes above :
He sent his own Eternal son
To die for sins that man had done.
2. To God the son belongs

Immortal Glory too,
Who bought us with his blood

From everlasting woe :

now he lives, and now he reigns, And sees the fruit of all his pains.

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3. To God the Spirit's dame

Immortal worship give,
Whose new-creating pow'r

Makes the dead sinner live :
His work completes the great design,
And fills the soul with joy divine.
4. Almighty God! to thee

Be endless honours done,
The undivided Three,

And the mysterious One: - Where reason fails with all her pow'rs,

There faith prevails, and love adores,

Hymn 126. c. M. 1. TT AIL, holy, holy, holy Lord !

I Be endless praise to thee!
Supreme, essential One, ador'd

In co-eternal Three.
2. Enthron'd in everlasting state,

Ere time its round began,
Who join'd in counsel to create

The dignity of man.
3. To whom Isaiah's vision shewed,

The seraphs veil their wings, While thee, Jehovah, Lord, and God,

Th'angelic army sings. 4. 'To thee, by mystic pow'rs on high

Were humble praises given, When John beheld with favour'd eye,

Th’inhabitants of heaven!
5. All that the name of creature owns,

To thee in hymns aspire ;
May we as angels on our thrones

For ever join the choir!.

6. Hail, holy, holy, holy Lord !

Be endless praise to thee;
Supreme, essential One, ador'd

In co-eternal Three.

And

Hymn 127. c. M.
1. ATHER of glory, to thy name

T Immortal praise we give,
Who dost an act of grace proclaim,

And bid us rebels live.
2. Immortal honour to the Son,

Who makes thine anger ccase; Our lives he ransom'd with his own,

And dy'd to make our peace. 3. To thy Almighty Spirit be

Immortal glory given,
Whose influ'nce brings us near to thee,

And trains us up for heaven.
4. Let men, with their united voice,

Adore th' eternal God,
And spread his honours and their joys

Thro' nations far abroad.
5. Let faith, and love, and duty join,

One general song to raise,
Let saints in earth and heav'n combine

In harmony and praise.

Hymn 128, s. M. 1. TATHER in whom we live,

T In whom we are and move,
The glory, power, and praise receive

Of thy creating love:
Let all the angel-throng

Give thanks to God on high, ini While earth repeats the joyful song,

And echoes to the sky...

2. Incarnate Deity,

. Let all the ransom'd race
Render in thanks their lives to thee

For thy redeeming grace :
· The grace to sinners shew'd

Ye heavenly choirs proclaim,
And cry salvation to our God,

Salvation to the Lamb.
3. Spirit of holiness, .

Let all thy saints adore
Thy sacred energy, and bless

Thine heart-renewing powers
Not angel-tongues can tell

Thy love's extatic height, · The glorious joy unspeakable,

The beatific sight..
4. Eternal tri-une Lord,

Let all the hosts above,
Let all the sons of men record,

And dwell upon thy love.
When heaven and earth are fled

Before thy glorious face,
Sing all the saints thy love hath made,

Thine everlasting praise.

Hymn 129. S, M IT ET heav'n and earth agree,

L The Father's praise to sing, Woo draws us to the Son, that he

May us to glory bring.
2. Honour and endless love,

Let God the Son receive,
Who saves us here, and prays above,

That we with him may live. 2. Be everlasting praise',

To God the Spirit given,.

Who now attests us sons of grace,
· And seals us heirs of heaven.
4. Drawn, and redeem'd and seald,

We'll sing the One in Tiree,
With Father, Son, and spirit fillid,

To all eternity.

Hymn 130. P. M. ITHEE, father of men and angels we praise,

1 Whose wonders are seen in nature and grace, Throughout thy creation whose goodness we prove, And boundless compassion and infinite love. 2. Thee, Jesus, the Son of God we confess, Whose passion alone hath purchas'd our peace; With cherubs before thee and seraphs we fall, And prostrate adore thee the Saviour of all. 3. O Spirit of might, of joy, and of love, Who guidest us right to mansions of love, Whose hallowed graces for heaven prepare; We pay thee our praises 'till glorify'd there. 4. There, there we shall see the substance divine, And fashion'd like thee transcendantly shine, The personal essence be bold to explain, And wrapt in thy presence eternally reign.

Hymn 131. P. M. 1. LATHER of our dying Lord,

T Remember us for good; O fulfil his faithful word,

And hear his speaking blood!
Give us that for which he prays;.

Father, glorify thy Son;
Shew his truth, and pow'r and grace;

And send the promise down. 2, True and faithful witness, thou, O Christ! the spirit give.

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