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5. To thee, dear Lord, our flesh and soul
Bless'd Jesus, take us for thy own,
6. Thine honour shall forever be
Hymn 88. P. M.
1. REJOICE, the Lord is King,
Your God and king
Mortals give thanks, and sing,
And triumph evermore !
The God of truth and love;
3. His kingdom cannot fail,
He rules o'er earth and heav'n;
4. He all his foes shall quell,
5. Rejoice in glorious hope,
Jesus, the Judge, shall come,
To their eternal home;
We soon shall hear th' Archangel's voice,
Hymn 89. c. M.
A new song to the Lamb that was slain, Rev. v. 6, 8,
9, 10, 12.
1.BEHOLD the glories of the Lamb
Prepare new honours for his name,
3. These are the prayers of the saints,
4. Now to the Lamb that once was slain,
5. Thou hast redeem'd our souls with blood,
Hast made us kings and priests to God,
6. The worlds of nature and of grace
Hymn 90. c. M.
CHRIST JESUS, the Lamb of God, worshipped by all the Creation, Rev. v. 11, 12, 13.
With angels round the throne.
2." Worthy the Lamb that died," they cry, "To be exalted thus:"
"Worthy the Lamb," our lips reply, For he was slain for us.
3. Jesus is worthy to receive
4. Let all that dwell above the sky,
Hymn 91. c. M.
The Glory of Christ in heaven.
2. Sweet majesty and awful love
And all the glorious ranks above
3. Princes to his imperial name
Bend their bright sceptres down; Dominions, thrones, and pow'rs rejoice To see him wear the crown.
4. Archangels sound his lofty praise
5. This is the man, th' exalted man,
Hymn 92. c. M.
LL hail the pow'r of Jesus' name,
2. Crown him, ye martyrs of our God,
3. Ye chosen seed of Isr'el's race,
5. Babes, men, and sires, who know his love, Who feel your sins and thrall,
Now join with all the host above,
6. Let ev'ry kindred, ev'ry tribe,
7. O that with yonder sacred throng
Hymn 93. L. M.
•NOW let us raise our cheerful strains,
There our exalted Saviour reigns,
And there they sing his wond'rous love.
2. While seraphs tune immortal song, O may we feel the sacred flame; And every heart and every tongue
Adore the Saviour's glorious name. 3. Jesus, who once upon the tree
In agonizing pains expir'd ; Who dy'd for rebels-yes, 'tis he! How bright how lovely! how admir'd! 4. Jesus, who dy'd that we might live, Dy'd in the wretched traitor's place; O what returns can mortals give, For such immeasurable grace!
5. Were universal nature ours,
And art with all her boasted store; Nature and art with all their powers,
Would still confess the off'rer poor ! 6. Yet tho' for bounty, so divine,
We ne'er can equal honours raise, Jesus, may all our hear be thine, And all our tongues proclaim thy praise.
7. THE ADVOCACY OF CHRIST. Hymn 94,
The intercession of Christ, Heb. vii. 25.