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Sinners (hall learn thy wondrous grace,
And saints thy goodness own.
With facred rapture tell ;
C. M. [RICHARDS.]
Zeal of the Lord of Hosts.
And righteousness bring in.
The righteousness of God,
By faith in Jesus' blood.
Refuse this faith to give?
HYMN LXI. C. M. [WATTS.]
Aaron, and the true Melchizedek.
A thousand glories more,
To purge themselves from fin
Thy life was pure without a spot,
And all thy nature clean.
With blood, but not his own,
Before the golden throne.
Ascends above the skies,
Shews his own sacrifice.
On Zion's heav'nly hill,
And wears his priesthood fill. 6 He ever lives to intercede
Before his father's face :
Achor's vale, a door of hope.
Where Jefus bow'd, where Jesus bled,
Shall lift on high, his glorious head. 2 For rebel man, the Saviour died :
For man, he burst the rocky tomb ;
That enters on the world to come.
Christ Jesus' death has took away ;
And Achor's vale, this vale of tears,
HYMN LXIII. P. M. [RICHARDS.] )
Characters of Chrif : From the Prophets. I "OPNER of the blinded eyes!"
'Mid the night of death arise. « Birder of the broken heart!". Balsam to the soul impart. “Giver of the oil of joy !" Mourning from the earth destroy. “ Raiser up of Jacob's race !"
Save the world of man, by grace.
On thine arm shall nations trust.
In Salvation's chariots, come. 4.“ Lib'ral foul, devising good !”.
Sinners wash in thy own blood.
Lead us to eternal day.
May thy wounds impart relief.
Rule the world with mercy's rod. 6" Op’ner of the prison door!” Captives to thy light restore.
Judge, lawgiver, king of men !"?
HYMN LXIV C. M. [DODDRIDGE.]
Office of Christ. HA
ARK the glad found! the Saviour comes
The Saviour promis'd long! Let ev'ry heart prepare a throne,
And ev'ry voice a song.
Exerts its sacred fire ;
His holy breast inspire.
In Satan's bondage held ;
The iron fetters yield.
To clear the mental ray ;
comas, the broken heart to bind, Tlie bleeding foul to cure ; And, with the treasures of his grace,
T" inrich the humble poor. 6 Our glad Hofannas, Prince of Peace,
hy welcome shall proclaim ; And Heav'n's eternal arches ring With thy beloved name.
HYMN LXV. C.M. [wa17s.]
Substance of the Levitical Priesthood.
So fly the shadows and the fars,
Before the rising dawn.
Nor kid nor bullock lain :
Would all be burnt in vain.
His mitre and his velt,
The off'ring, and the priest.
The wonders of his love ;
And prays for us above.
For I myfelf have di'd ;
HYMN LXVI. L.M. [WATTS.]
Behold the great Melliah come !
To give him the superior room! 2 Abram the faint, rejoic'd of old,
When visions of the Lord he saw ;
This great fulfiller of his law.
bore witness to his name, Obtain'd their chief design and ceas’d ;