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HYMN 44. S. M. Baptiser with the Holy Spirit and with Fire. Matt. iii. 11.
Isa. vi. 6, 7. 2 Chron. vii. 3. Acts ii. 3.
JESUS, in ancient days,
Thine Isr'el saw the flame
And praise thy glorious name.
To hail thee, ever good :
Th’unchanging, gracious God.
Thy fire, the chaff destroy :
Thy sheaves shall sing for joy.
HYMN 45. L. M.
i FIRST born of many brethren, Thou
That didst expire on Calv'ry's brow,
Thy life, thy death, of what avail ! 2 Fulfil, O Lord, a brother's part ;
Bear us for ever on thy heart ;
HYMN 46. C. M.
2. 1 Tim. i. 9.
1 "TWAS finish’d, saith the faithful God,
Before the world itself began :
From everlasting, flow'd for man.
2 Ere Satan dar'd th’ Eternal King ;
Ere Eden saw the morning sun; Ere Eve bad felt the Serpent's sting ;
Thy perfect will, O God, was done. 3 Before that Adam disobey'd,
Himself, and all his sons were thine : Those works, thy life, thy death display'd,
Confirm eternity's design. 4 Jesus from earth's foundation slain !
Worthy art thou, thrice worthy, Lord ! To ever live, and rule, and reign,
By angels, and by men, ador’d.
HYMN 47. S. M. Seeker and Saviour of the Lost. Luke xix, 10. Ezek. xxxiy.
11, 12, 15, 16.
JESUS, 'tis thine to seek,
Of Adam's guilty race.
Of wretchedness, nor woe,
To helpless man below.
Didst thou, O Christ, descend ;
Of his Almighty friend.
The Seeker, Saviour, laud ;
And praise the loving God..
, HYMN 48. S. M.
Review salvation's plan :
The Son, the Son of Man.
That God is love supreme ?
In full resplendence beam. 3 Will Jesus e'er deny,
This title which he wears ?
The name of Man he bears. 4. Then trust my soul, thy All,
To God, to Man, in one :
Which crowns the perfect Son.
HYMN 49. L. M.
Praise. Psa. xviii. 46. xxxiv. 1.
Forever live, forever reign ;
Be thine, from earth's foundation slain. 2 Ye angels, bow at Jesus' feet,
Let elders tune their harps aloud,
Triumphant spirts shout the God. ? Amen, the prime archangel cries,
Amen-all heav'n returns Amen ;
1 SHOUT Jehovah strong in battle,
What his love ere worlds begun.
Say, the triumph, Lord, is thine :
These are glorious works divine.
Hail, all hail the mighty God :
PERMIT thy suppliants, gracious Lord ?
In fervent, solemn prayer, to thee ;
And cause salvation's sun to shine ;
3 Thyself, the way, reveal to all
Of Adam's race, the globe around ;
Ador'd, at nature's utmost bound.
The reign of sin and death can bound :
The world, with peace and joy around. 5 Hear thou in heav'n! and grant these prayers
Then all thy churches fill'd with light,
Shall come with songs, to Zion's height. 6 Where light and truth forever shine ;
Where life and love eternal reign;
i ETERNAL God ! Jehovah ! Lord ! • By seraphs, angels, saints ador'd ; Who spake th' omnific, soy’reign word, Which rollid adown the depths of night ; And binding darkness fast in chains, Adorn'd the mount, and cloth'd the plains. Where grandeur dwells, or beauty reigns,
In glorious pomp of heav'nly light.
As breath'd by thee, on new-born time,