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For the same.
Sing, ye redeem'd, with one consent, The First Fruits of the tomb;
The Comforter is come.' For, as by man came death, by man
2 What greater gift, what greater love, Did resurrection come.
Could God on man bestow ? 2 For, as in Adam all mankind
Angels for this rejoice above,
Let man rejoice below?
3 Hail, blessed Spirit! may each soul
Thy sacred influence feel; 3 If then ye risen are with Christ,
Do thou each sinful thought control, Seek only bow to get
And fis our wavering zeal! The things which are above, where 4 Thou to the conscience dost convey Christ
Those checks which we should know; At God's right hand is set.
Thy motions point to us the way;
Thou giv'st us strength to go.
FOR THE HOLY COMMUNION. Inspire the souls of thine;
, come, From the Revelation of St. John. Tihe very heart which thou hast made * TN00; God, all glory, honour, 2 Thou art the Comforter, the gift
Art worthy to receive; Of God, and fire of love;
Since all things by thy power were The everlasting spring of joy,
made, And unction from above.
And by thy bounty live. 3 Thy gifts are manifold, thou writ'st
2 | And worthy is the Lamb all power, God's law in each true heart;
Honour, and wealth
to gain, The promise of the Father, thou
Glory and strength; who for our sins Dost heavenly speech impart.
A sacrifice was slain ! 4 Enlighten our dark souls, till they
3 | All worthy thou, who hast redeem'd, Thy sacred love embrace;
And ransom'd us to God, Assist our minds, by nature frail,
From every nation, every coast, With thy celestial grace.
By thy most precious blood. 5 Drive far from us the mortal foe,
4 $ Blessing and honour, glory, power, And give us peace within,
By all in earth and heaven, That, by thy guidance blest, we may
To him that sits upon the throne, Escape the snares of sin.
And to the Lamb be given. 6 Teach us the Father to confess,
HYMN X. And Son, from death revived,
For the same. And thee with both, O Holy Ghost,
Y God, and is thy table spread! Who art from both derived.
Thither be all thy children led,
And let them thy sweet mercies
know! COME Holy Spirit, Heavenly Dove, 2 Hail, sacred Feast which Jesus mandant
blood! Kindle a flame of sacred love
Thrice happy he who here partakes In these cold hearts of ours.
That sacred stream, that heavenly 2 See how we grorel here below,
food! Fond of these earthly toys; Our souls bow heavily they go,
S Why are its dainties all in vain To reach eternal joys!
Before unwilling hearts display? 3 In vain we tune our lifeless songs,
Was not for you the victim slain? In vain we strive to rise!
Are you forbid the children's bread! Hosannas languish on our tongues,
4 O let thy table honour'd be, And our devotion dies.
And furnish'd well with jortuguest 4 Come, Holy Spirit, Heavenly Dove,
And may each soul salvation see, With all thy quickening powers;
That here its holy pledges tastes! Come, shed abroad a Saviour's love, And that shall kindle ours.
* Chap. iv. t'Chap. v. 12 Chape!
s Ver. 13.
Drawn by thy quickening grace, 018 No more alarms from ghostly foes; Lord,
No cares to break the long repose; In countless numbers let them come, No midnight shade, no clouded sun, And gather from their Father's board, But sacred, high, eternal noon.
The brear that lives beyond the tomb ! 9 O, long expected year! begin;
The Christian's Hope.
O how shall I appear! O for a song of ardent praise, 2 If yet, while pardon may be found, To bear our souls above!
And inercy may be sought, That should allay our lively hope, My heart with inward horror shrinks, Or clamy our Daining love!
And trembles at the thought; Then let us join the heavenly choirs, 3 When thou, O Lord, shalt stand disTu praise our heavenly King!
closed may that love which spread this board,
In Majesty severe, Inspire us while we sing
And sit in judgment on my soul; "Glory to God in highest strains, O how shall I appear!
And to the carth be peace; 4 But thou hast told the troubled mind, ood-will from heaven to men is come; Who does her sins lament, And let it never cease!'
The timely tribute of her tears
Shall endless woe prevent.
5 Then see the sorrow of my heart,
E'er yet it be too late; THE God of life, whose constant care And hear my Saviour's dying groans, - With blessings crowns each opening To give these sorrows weight. year,
6 For never shall my soul despair scanty span doth still prolong,
Her pardon to procure, d wakes anew mine annual song. Who knows thy only Son has died, low many precious souls are fled
To make her pardon sure. the vast regions of the dead, 7 Great God! with wonder and with ce to this day the changing sun
praise rough his last yearly period run! On all thy works I look ; Ne yet survive; but who can say, But still thy wisdom, power,
grace; through this year, or month, or day, Sbine brighter in thy book. shall retain this vital breath,
8 The stars, that in their courses roll, hus far, at least, in leagae with Have much instruction given; death ?
But thy good word informs my soul Chat breath is thine, eternal God; How I may soar to heaven. s thine to fix my soul's abode; 9 The fields provide me food, and show holds its life froin thee alone,
The goodness of the Lord; earth, or in the world unknown. But fruits of life and glory grow o thee our spirits we resign,
In thy most holy word. ke then and own them still as thine; 10 Here are my choicest treasures hid, shall they live secure from fear, llere my best comfort lies; ough death should blast the rising Here my desires are satisfy'd, year.
And here my hopes arise. 'hy children, panting to be gone, 11 Lord, make me understand thy law, v bid the tide of time roll on,
Show what my faults have been; land them on that happy shore, And from thy Gospel let me draw ere years and death are known no Pardon for all my sin.
12 Here would I learn how Christ has. o more fatigue, no more distress,
died · sin, nor heil shall reach that place ; To save my soul from hell; groans to mingle with the songs, Not all the books on earth beside ounding from immortal tongues: Such heavenly wonders tell.
13 Then let me love my Bible more,
HYMN XV. And take a fresh delight, By day to read these wonders o'er, On the Glory of God in the Starry to And meditate by night.
vens: Being a Translation of Party
the 19th Psalm of David.
, W My rising soal surveys TIEN all thy mercies, O my God, And spangled heavens, a shining frame
Their great original proclaim. Transported with the view, I'm lost 2 Th' unwearied sun, from day to day;
In wonder, love, and praise ! Does his Creator's power display, 20 Low shall words with equal warmth And publishes to every land The gratitude declare,
The work of an Almighty band. That glows within my ravish'd heart ! 3 Soon as the evening shades prevail, But thou canst read it there.
The moon takes up the wondrous tale; 3 Thy providence my life sustain'd, And nightly, to the listening earth, And all my wants redrest,
Repeats the story of her birth; When in the silent womb I lay,
4 Whilst all the stars that round her And hung upon the breast.
burn, 4 To all my weak complaiuts and cries And all the planets in their turn, Thy mercy lent an ear,
Confirm the tidings as they roll, Eer yet my feeble thoughts had learnt And spread the truth from pole to polead
To form theinselves in prayer. 5 What though in solemn silence al 5 Unnumber'd comforts to my soul Move round the dark terrestrial ballz Thy tender care bestow'd,
What though no real voice nor sound Before my infant heart conceived Amidst their radiant orbs be found;
From whom those comforts flow'd. 6 In reason's ear they all rejoice, 6 When in the slippery paths of youth and utter forth a glorious voice, With heedless steps I ran,
For ever singing as they shine Tbine arm, unseen, convey'd me sase, "The hand that made us is divine
And led me up to man. 9 Through hidden dangers, toils, and
HYMN XVI. deaths, It gently clear'd my way,
On the Providence of God: ideich helft And through the pleasing shares of vice, from the 23d Psalm of David More to be fear'd than they. thou
And feed me with a shepherd core With health renew'd my face; His presence shall my wants supply And when in sins and sorrows sunk, And guard me with a watchful eyem
Revived my soul with grace. 2 My noon-day walks he shall'atteng 9 Thy bounteous hand with worldly bliss And all my midnight hours defendi Has made my cup run o'er;
When in the sultry glebe I faint And in a kind and faithful friend Or on the thirsty mountain panta Has doubled all my store.
3 To fertile vales and dewy meads 10 Ten thousand thousand precious My weary wandering steps he leads, gifts
Where peaceful rivers, soft and slow, My daily thanks employ;
Amid the verdant landscape now.. Nor is the least a cheerful heart, 4 Though in the paths of death I tread
· Thaťtastes those gifts with joy. With gloomy horrors overspread 11 Through every period of my life My steadfast heart shall fear no in Thy goodness I'll pursue;
For thou, O Lord, art with me sul! And after death, in distant worlds, 5 Thy friendly crook shall give me and The glorious theme renew.
And guide me through the readed 12 When nature fails, and day and night
shade: Divide thy works no more,
Though in a bare and rugged: was, My ever grateful heart, O Lord, Through devious lonely, wudo stays Thy mercy shall adore.
6 Thy bounty shall my pains beguile, 13 Through all eternity to thee The barren wilderness shall smile, A joyful song I'll ratse;
With sudden greens and herbage For oh! eternity's too short
crown.de To utter all thy praise.
And streams shall Murmur at a
8 Whenoworn with sickness, oft hast T AE Led my pasta resebile prende
A LL-glorious God, what hymns of
be used at Sea or on Land.
ORD! for the just thou dost provide, praise
Eternal wisdom is their guide,
Their help Omnipotence.
2 Though they through foreign lands
should roam, 2 Once we were fallin, and 0 how low!
And breathe the tainted air
In burning climates, far from bome Borne on the wings of boundless love, a s Thy gooủness sweetens every soil,
Yet thou, their God, art there. 3 Scatter'd the shades of death and night,
Makes every country please ;
Thou on the snowy hills dost smile, And spread around his heavenly light!
And smooth'st the rugged seas! By him what wondrous grace is shown to souls impoverish'd and undone!
4 Wien waves on waves, to heaven He shows, beyond these mortal shores,
upreard, A bright inheritance as ours;
Defy'd the pilot's art; Where saints in light our coming wait, When terror in each face appeard,
And sorrow in each heart; to share their holy, happy state?
5 To thee I raised my humble prayer HYMN XVIII.
To snatch me from the grave!
I found thine ear not slow to hear, For Public Mercics and Deliverances.
Nor short thine arm to save!
6 Thou gav'st the word—the winds did His power and grace shall be our
cease, song i
The storms obey'd thy will, From him alone all mercies flow; The raging sea was hush'd in peace, lis arm alone subdues the foe!
And every wave was still ! Then praise this God, who bows his 7 For this my life, in every state,
A life of praise shall be; Propitious to his people's prayer; And death, when death shall be my And though deliverance he may stay,
sate, Vet answers still in his own day,
Shall join my soul to thee. O may this goodness lead our land,
Prayer and Hope of Victory.
Tow may the God of grace and
powr Till every public temple raise
Attend his people's humble cry; song of triumph to thy praise;
Defend them in the needful hour, And every peaceful private home
And send deliv'rance from on high. to thee a temple shall become.
2 In his salvation is our hope, Still be it our supreme delight
And in the name of Israel's God Co walk as in thy glorious sight;
Our troops shall lift their banners up, still in thy precepts and thy fear, Till life's last hour, to persevere.
Our navies spread their flags abroad. 3 Some trust in horses train'd for war,
And some of chariots make their HYMN XIX.
boasts; On God's Dominion over the Sea. Our surest expectations are OD of the seas! thine awful voice
From thee, the Lord of heavenly hosts? J Bids all the rolling waves rejoice;
4 Then save us, Lord, from slavish fear,
And let our trust be firm and strong, nd one soft word of thy command
Till thy salvation shall appear, an sink them silent in the sand. The smallest fish that swims the seas,
And hymns of peace conclude our song portful, to thee a tribute pays;
HYMN XXII. nd largest monsters of the deep,
For the Use of the Sick. t thy command, or rage or sleep.
THEN dangers, woes, or death are Thus is thy glorious power adored
nigh, mong the watery nations, Lord! Past mercies teach me wliere to by: et men, who trace the dangerous Thine arm, Almighty God, can aid, waves,
When sickness grieves, and pains in Forget the mighty God who saves!
PÝMN XXIV. . .,
2 To all the various helps of art 14 If half the strings of the should Kindly thy healing power impart;
break, Bethesda's * bath refused to save, He can our frame restore, Unless an Angel bless'd the wave. And cast our sins behind his back, 3 All medcines act by thy decree, And they are found no more. : Receive commission all from thee; 5 To him I cry'd, “Thy servant save, And not a plant which spreads the plains, Thou ever good and jast; But teems with health, when heaven Thy power can rescue from the grave; ordains.
Thy power is all my
trust! 4 Clay and Siloam's f pool, we find, 6 He heard, and saved my soul from At heaven's command restored the death, blind;
And dry'd my falling tears:
Through my remaining years.
On the same.
My God, since thou hast raised me My crimes, my crimes arise in view, Arrest my trembling tongue in prayer, Restored by thine Almighty power
Thee I'll extol with thankful voice; And pour the horrors of despair. 7 But thou, regard ny contrite siglıs,
With fear before thee I'll rejoice My tortur'd breast, my streaming eyes;
2 With troubles worn, with pain of To me thy boundless love extend,
pressid, My God, my Father, and
To thee I cry'd, and thou did'st saves. 8 These lovely names I ne'er could Thou did'st support my sinking hopes plead,
My life did'st rescue from the grave. Had not thy bon vouclrsafed to bleed;
3 Wherefore, ye saints, rejoice with the His blood procures for human race
With me sing praises to the Lord;" Admittance to the throne of grace.
Call all his goodness to your mind, 9 When sin has shot its poison'd dart,
And all his faithfulness record. And conscious guilt corrodes the heart,
4 llis anger is but short; his love, His blood is all-sufficient found
Which is our life, hath certain stayi To draw the shaft and heal the wound.
Grief may continue for a night, 10 What arrows pierce so deep as sin ?
But joy returns with rising day! What venom gives such pain within ?
5 Then what I vow'd in my distress, I'nou great Physician of the soul,
In happier hours I now will give, Rebuke my pangs, and make me whole. And strive, that in my grateful verse 11 0! if I trust thy sov'reign skill,
His praises may for ever live. And how submissive to thy will,
6 To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, Sickness and death shall both agree
The blest and undivided Three, To bring me, Lord, at last to thee.
The one sole Giver of all life,
Glory and praise for ever be.
To those in Christ who die! We take the pattern of our praise Released from all their earthly satel From Hezekial's tongue.
• They reign with him on high 2 The gates of the devouring grave 2 Then why lament departed Henids Are open'd wide in vain,
Or shake at deathSalarinis!" If he that holds the keys of death Death's but the servant Jesus sends.. Command them fast again.
To call us to his arms. 3 When be but speaks the healing word, 3 If sin be pardon'd ivere secure 2.
Then no disease withstands; Fevers and plagues obey the Lord,
Death hath no sting besider
The law gave sin its strength and And fly, as he commands.
But Christ, oar ransom; died. * Joha, y: 4. 1 John, ix. 7. + 2 Kings, 4 The graves of all his saints le blessed
v. 10. $ Isaiah, xxxix. 9, &c. When in the grave hekay.