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2 At his right hand, our eyes behold
The queen array'd in purest gold;
Her robe of joy and righteousness. 3 He forms her beauties, like his own,
He calls and seats her, near his throne;
The idols of thy native state.
In thee, the fav’rite of his choice;
For he's thy maker and thy Lord. so happy hour, when thou shalt rife
To his fair palace in the skies,
Each like a prince in glory reign.
Let ev'ry age his praises spread;
Comforter of all that mouro
Consolations, Lord, are thine ;
Worthy of the living God.
"Mid the blessed realms of day;
3 Highest praises wait thy name,
Great, unchanging, glorious fame ;
Glorious for God and man;
And bless thy gracious plan.
Thy counsel wrote in blood,
And makes their peace with God. 3 Jesus! can time, can life repay,
The mighty debt of love ?
Ab! no. Then found ye barps of day, i And thout bis name above. HYMN XXXV. €. M.
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Defire of all nations. * INFINITE excellence is thine,
Thou lovely Prince of grace ; Thy, uncreated beauties shine
With never fading rays.
Come bending at thy teet;
In thee, their wishes meet. I
Delights the church around;
Sweetly the sacred odours spread ...
Through all Immanuel's ground. 4 Millions of happy spirits live
On thy exhaunless itore;
And fill thou givest more. 5
Thou art their trinmph and their joy:
Doer of God's will.
WHEN God would manifeft his grace
. The glories of the Father's face,
And feel his nature love ;
As offer'd by the law;
His presence thence withdraw.
To do thy will my God;"
By pouring out his blood :
To all the heaven of love :
The stumbling block remove.
Thy own collected feed,
For him eternally to wear,
And be the living head.
Thy council did fulfil,
Eleer. ? JESUS, we bless thy Father's name ;
Thy God and our's are both the same; What heav'nly bleflings from his throne,
Flow down to finners, through his Son! 2 Christ be my first elect, he faid,
Then chose our fouls in Christ our head, Before he gave the mountains, birth,
Or laid foundations for the earth. 3 Thus did eternal love begin, To raise us from our death and fin
; Qur characters were then decreed ;
Blameless in love, a holy feed : 4 Predeftinated to be fons,
Born by degrees, but chose at once ;
To praise the glory of his grace. 5 With Christ, our Lord, we share a part,
In the affections of his heart ;
HYMN XXXVIII. P. M. [54MES: BELLY.1
Falrer than the fons of men. · ETERNAL excellence !
Thy fons would fain declare,
The faireft of the sons of men. 2 Jesus, thy beauties Ihine
Bright, infinitely bright ;
As beautiful, are types of thee. 3
The sun, the moon, the stars,
HYMN XXXIX. L.M. [RICHARDS.]
Of nature and of grace, the Lord !
By all thy various works ador'd. 2 From heav'n to earth, from earth to heav'n,
Through worlds above and worlds below,