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POETRY. “Christ our passover is sacrificed for us."
“God forbid that I should glory save in the Cross of 1 Cor. s. 7.
our Lord Jesus Christ."--Gal. vi. 14. Why did the paschal beast Of old for Israel bleed?
WELL may we count the world but loss, To be their safeguard and their feast,
And gladly join His praise to sing,
Who for our sins endured the Cross, To sprinkle and to feed.
And dying, took from death its sting! Dwell not, my searching soul, On ritual shadows now!
Pleading that Cross, the soul may dare Christ is the Lamb, all pure and whole;
Appeal to covenanted love; The ransomed firstborn thou !
For He who bore our burthen there,
Now lives to intercede above.
Strong in that Cross, the soul may dare The dread Avenger comes not in
Sin's dark device and Satan's might; To smite, but passeth o'er.
Can see unmoved the opening grave,
And call earth's worst affliction light. He looks, and calls from high,
Wise in that Cross, the soul may trace "Art thou to die or live?” He hears the posts and lintels cry,
Th’unfolded plan of power and love; Forgive, forgive, forgive !"
And see in our Emanuel's face
The glory angels see above.
Of ills that I have done:
LORD JESUS! we believing Sin, Satan, Death press near,
In Thee have peace with God, To harass and appal:
Eternal life receiving, Let but my bleeding Lord appear,
The purchase of thy blood. Backward they go, and fall.
Our curse and condemnation
Thou barest in our stead, Before, behind, around,
Secure is our salvation,
In Thee our risen Head.
The Holy Ghost revealing
Thy work, has made us blest; 1 meet them face to face,
Thy stripes have given us healing; Through Jesus' conquest blest;
Upon thy love we rest. March, in the triumph of His grace,
In Thee the Father sees us, Right onward to my rest.
Accepted and complete;
Thy blood from sin which frees us
For glory makes us meet.
We know that nought can sever
Our souls, O Lord, from Thee,
And thus united ever His be the victor's name
To all thy saints are we. Who fought the fight alone !
We know Thy word declaring Triumphant saints no honour claim
The Father's wondrous love, Their conquest was His own.
In which we all are sharing
With Thee our Head above.
May we this love be showing
To all thy members here, By being trodden down!
For Thy sake freely flowing,
Until thou shalt appear ; He hell in hell laid low,
Till all the Church in union Made sin, he sin o'erthrew;
Around the Father's throne Bowed to the grave, and killed it so,
Shall stand in blest communion, And Death by dying slew.
For ever joined in one.
Bless, bless the Conqueror slain
Slain by divine decree !
For thee, His saint-for thee!
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Agitators, the language of political, 154
characters of, 574
6 An Episco-
Mr. Price's Let-
Baptism, 138, 607
Notes on, 484
Reply to Campbell on, 609
and the Rector of
London, Consecration of, 588
Christians, Superstitions of the Early,
Writings of, 14
Constitution, Remarks on, 49
· History of, 102, 213, 317, 421,
Magazine, the, 257
Scripture Estimate of
Rates, 364, 466
Use of the Word in the New
Two Thousand New, 560
Controversy of the, at Beverley,
Presents to the, 364
Superstitions of the, 518
Neologian, Portrait of a, 613
and the Presbyterians, 81
its Origin, 485
meetings on the Continent for the, 90
Campbell, Answer to, Christian
Durham's Report on, 208
rican Government towards, 206
Gladstone, Mr, and the “Christian Ob-
Dissenters' Colleges, 456
Episcopal Ordination of the,
in Holland, Sufferings of, 212
Bishop Tomline's Plan to
Proceedings of the, 41
in Wurtemberg, 212
Dependance of, 550
and the Suttee, Hindoo Com-
Religious Establishments, 208
View of the, 559
Ordination of the Dissenters,
Religious, Remarks on, 43
M. Guizot, 78
-, and Rector of Feniton,
Society of, Present State of, 68
Hall, Percy F., quoted on Magistracy,
101, Chap. II., 213, Chap. III., 317,
Chap. IV., 421, Chap. V., 525 .
Spirit, Dr. Isaac Barrow on the
Tendency of Man to, 417
Notions of, 102, 105
Cherokee, Conduct of American
James, Mr., on Chapel Building, 460
mission from his Curacy, 288
ments concerning, 413
King of Burmah, Defender of the Faith,
Latimer, his answer to Papists, 420
of Mr. Threlkeld, the Missionary,
the Queen of Tahiti, 355
London, Bishop of, consecration of, 588
Catholic, reviewed, 271
M'Neile's opinion on the duty of Govern-
and the Congregational
unscriptural, review of,
of the, 466
Liberty of, and the Bishop of
Letter to Lord Mel-
Peter the Apostle, traditions concerning,
Reply to an Article
letter of the Grand Dalai Lama ot
Clergy of Bath, 310
Chrysostom on the, 2
ence, and promises to a Christian con-
Tyso, reviewed, 523
Piety of the great, in, 93
307, 518, 578
Opium Trade, 465
British Magazine on, 37
at Geneva, Presbyterian, 461
Clergy, Roman Catholic views
Quakerism, agreement of with Roman-
question of birthright, 303
yearly meeting, 309
at a meeting of Christians, 363
Tractators, 133, 137, 142, 200,
Papias, Writings of, 342
their rejoicings in the Oxford
the day of, 214
of Chinese Converts, 95
Regius Professor, the, at Oxford, 38
Letter addressed to,
and Anglicanism compared,
in China, present state of, 95
Romanism, Prospects of, 89
Tertullian, Character and Writings of,
Testament, Transmission of New, 383
Theology of the Old Testament, review
Tinnevelly Mission, 27, 571
in the Anglican and Catholic
Translation of John iii. 8, 563
True Power, 479
Thos. More's Dialogue, 602
on Order, 602
his Similitude to de-
Vestments, Sacerdotal, 142
Vivian of Tor's “ Cake of Barley Bread,"
Pursuit of, unlawful to the Christian,
William IV., Allocution of, to the
the Death-bed of King, 444
on the Authority of the,
Zoroaster, Baptism of a Disciple of, 100
16, for Euterpius, read Eutropius
43, for gloriæ, read gloria
147 45, second column, for impost read import
46, for water as baptism' read water is baptism'
454 36, for expostulate, read expostulation
6, for they; and we make faith as, read they and we make faith, as