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Praife arifing from a fenfe of Divine Love.
WAKE and let us fings
'A Of our Creator's love,
JEHOVAH over all is King"
In earth and heav'n above!
*O praife the Lord, hallelujah, Hallelujah, O praise the Lord!
2 Throughout the night he bleft,
3 His Spirity now inclines
Us at his throne to meet;
4 We'll now exalt his name
For all his works of graced; And evermore aloud proclaim His lovef to Adam's race. O praife the Lord, hallelujah, Hallelujah, O praise the Lord!
(f) Pfal. lvii. 8. (u) Ifa. xliii. 15. (x) Rev. xix. I, ---6. (a) Tit. iii. 5. (d) Eph. i. 6, 7.
(s) Ifa. xlii. II.
(t) Ifa. xl. 28, 29. (w) Pfal. Ixvii. 3, 5. (z) Heb. iv. 16. (c) Pfal. xxxiv. 3. (f) Rom. v. 8.
*These two laft lines in each verfe are only added as a chorus, and may either be afed or omitted.
Thanks and Praife for free Grace, with a lively hope reaching forward to Glory.
TERNAL glorys be
God on high!
2 In grateful fongs we'll give
3 We ftill, through his free grace,
(g) 1 Tim. i. 17. (j) John vi. 50, 54. (m) 1 Pet. 5, 10. (p) 1 Pet. v. 7.
4 Another day has prov'd
5 Ye angels, bear the found
From earth above the fkies; And, O ye nations all around!
Let praife as incenfer rise. O praife the Lord, hallelujah, Hallelujah, O praife the Lord!
ING OF GLORY! let
KShine upon us day and night:
Therewith let our fouls be bleft,
2 If we to another day
In thefe earthly houfes ftay;
3 But fhould thou permit that we
To furvive the trying hour.
4 If our mortal change fhould come, Take us to our long fought home: To that glorious land above
Of eternal life and love..
On JEHOVAH's Paternal Love,-proper for
ET all that breathe" hofannahs raise, And gladly fing JEHOVAH's praise; Whofe hand fupplies all flefh with food, And ev'ry other needful good!
(f) Pfal. xxiv. 7, - - - 10. (s) 2 Cor. v. I. (u) Pfal, cl. 6, (v) Pfal, cxxxvi. 25.
(t) Mar. x. 39. (w) Pfal. xxxiv. 10.
2 But we, the monuments of grace,
3 This day, while dangers did furround,
The fame almighty hand doth blefs
5 Hence we lay down in peace to sleepb;
Faith, Prayer, and Refignation,-proper when laying down at NIGHT.
E'LL now lay down in peace to rest,
Be thou our keeper day and night,
2 In darkest fhades of midnight gloom,
And ev'ry moment let us prove
(y) Ifa. xlv. 21, 22. (b) Pfal. iv. 8.
(x) John x. 28. (a) Rom. viii. 1, 2.
John iii. 1, 2. (d) Prov. xi. 20. (e) 1 Johni. 7.
(z) Eph. ii. 8.
3 Shine on us, Lord, for lo we wait Thy pleasure to fulfil;
To ftay or leave this mortal state,
A Figurative Defcription of CHRIT as a SHEPHERD.
HRIST, the GOOD SHEPHERD of his sheep,
2 How bleft then are that little flock,
And this to all he will make known,
4 Though far and wide his fheep have stray'd, Amidit the dark and cloudy day;
They of one. fold fhall all be made,
And their CHIEF SHEPHERD's voice obey.
(g) 1 Pet. v. 7. (j) Ezek. xxxiv. 11, (m) 1 Pet. v. 4.
(h) Jolin x. 11, &c.
(i) Luke xii. 32. (1) Cant. iv. 15.
See the Trial of Spirits, by WILLIAM DELL; and an Effay on Evangelical Purity,-fhewing the indifpenfable neceffity of honefs to the being of a Gofpel-Minifter, by RICHARD CLARIDGE: Alfo the note, page 163 and 164.
Concerning Jefus, it is faid that he partook of flesh and bloed, that through death he might defiray him that hath the power of death, that is,