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4 Honor to the almighty Three,
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THAT peace which God alone reveals:
And by his word of grace imparts,
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Direct, & keep, & cheer our hearts : HOLY Trinity!
And may the holy Three in One,
The Father, Word, and Comforter,
Pour an abundant blessing down
On ev'ry soul assembled here !
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[his favor, 2 Had we angels' tongues
THE LORD bless and keep thee in
As his chosen property
And unto thee gracious be;
The Lord lift his countenance most
Amen, Amen! Be it so!
YE angels round the throne,
And bless the Spirit too.
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Our Saviour who for sinners bled,
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THE grace of our Lord Jesus Christ,
With all of us most sensibly.
NOW sing, thou happy church of God,
His favor'd congregation,
From ev'ry tribe and nation:
For the Lamb slain, all praise to thee
Both now and ever! Amen.
X. Of our Heavenly Father, 189. T. 22,
T. 22. Our
heav'nly Father is not known' THOU hast the world so greatly loved, To us, but in the Son alone;
Father, that thou by mercy mov'd
Might in thy family receive;
Since Christ.our Brother deign'd to be;
We feel thy kind, paternal heart For guilty sinners to atone.
To us who have in him a part.
4 The whole salvation of thy Son,
Yea, grant us richly, for his sake,
5 Thou art our Father and our God,
Since Christassum'd our flesh and blood;
And give thee never-ceasing praise.
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THEE, O my God and King,
Praise from earth and heav'n receive: 3 Behold! for fallen, guilty man,
Lost, I now in Christ am found,
Dead, by faith in Christ I live,
In Christ I am thine own.. 4 Now doth our Lord, the Son of God, Stranger long to thee and rest, Who for us liv'd and dy'd,
See the prodigal is come : See of the travail of his soul,
Open wide thy arms and breast, And is well satisfy'd,
wand'rer home. 5 Peace and good-will are now to man
observ'd from far, Most gloriously display'd,
Thy pity view'd me near : And life eternal we obtain
Me thy bowels yearn'd to see, From God, in Christ our Head. Me thy mercy ran to find, 6 O let us then repeat the theme,
Empty, poor, and void of thee,
Hungry, sick, and faint, and blind.
Thy kiss forgave me all:
For ihou my
Still the gracious words I hear,
O grant that we may all our days
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Chrisi's glorious brightness in our
hearts display, Thy heav'nly Father, for Christ's sake, We to thy protection ourselves surrenOf thy concerns will notice take,
With filial confidence and love most And mercy freely to thee show,
O Lord our God. thee ,
2 Mygriefs & cares to thee well known,
draw me unto thee; 7, And thank thee prostrate in the dust.
Thy Spirit render me his own,
And rule without control in me;
And keep me in thy peace, O God! God
, Fill thou my soul with love and faith, blood Thus I am rich in life and death;
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FATHER of all, almighty Lord !
Our Father, and our God!
Since Jesus Christ th' eternal Word,
Assum'd our fesh and blood.
And stedfast on God's word rely; 2 Let all with love and filial fear
Thy sacred name adore;
O may thy kingdom soon appear,
And spread the world all o'er.
3 Help us thy pleasure to fulfil,
As done by heav'nly pow'rs;
Accomplish in us all thy will,
And let that will be ours.
His follwers calld together, [blood, 4 Our souls and bodies feed, we pray,
With food which thou see'st best; go
We ask our portion for the day,
And leave to thee the rest,
As some have wrong'd us many times, 196.* T. 96.
And we would pardon them. di
DEAR heav'nly Father, we adore 6 Let not temptation us befall,
While here our race we run;
From sin, and th' evil onea
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7 Thineis the kingdom, thine the pow'r | Thy kingdom come; thy will be O'er angels, and o'er men ;
done The glory too for evermore
Always in heav'n and earth the Is thine; Amen, Amen!
same; 200. T. 166.
Give us this day our daily bread;
Forgive our sins, as we forgive; OUR Father, who in heaven art, Into temptation do not lead,
Hallow'd be thy most blessed name; But full release from evil give.
XI. Of Jesus Christ, the Son of God.
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That gracious sound well-pleas'd he
And owns Immanuel for his name. BEFORE the heav'ns were stretch'd
Tube From everlasting was the Word ; 5 A cheerful confidence I feel, With God he was, the Word was God, My well-plac'd hopes with joy I see,
And must divinely be ador'd. My bosom glows with heav'nly zeal 2 By his own pow'r were all things made;
To worship him who dy'd for me. By him supported all things stand; 6 As man he pities my complaint, He is the whole creation's Head, His pow'r and truth are all divine ; And angels fly at his command. He will not fail, he cannot faint,
Salvation's sure and must be mine. 3 Mortals with joy beheld his face,
Th' eternal Father's only Son; How full of truth, how full of grace
T. 172. Was Christ in whom the Godhead THY majesty how vast it is! shone!
And how immense the glory, 4 Archangels left their high abode, Which thou, O Jesus, dost possess ! To learn new myst'ries here & tell
Both heav'n and earth adore thee. The love of our descending God, The numberless heavenly hosts land te
Of The glories of Immanuel.
Ten thousands of angels thy praises
Upon thee gladly dependent.
B Thou art partaker of his throne, 2 Without beginning or decline,
And all things thou sustainest. Object of faith, and not of sense ;
T Both angels and men view their Maker Eternal ages saw him shine,
as man, He shines eternal
With joy that is past all expression; 3 As much, when in the manger laid, happy, unspeakably happy who can Almighty Ruler of the sky,
Find in him life and salvation ! As when the six days work he made
3 This myst'ry ev'ry throne and pow'r Fillid all the morning-stars with joy. Admires with adoration; 4. Of all the crowns Jehovah bears, Th' angelic choirs for evermore Salvation is his dearest claim;
Extol his incarnation :
The angels and elders before him fall
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WORTHY, O Lord, art thou,
That ev'ry knee should bow,
Universal nature join,
Strong and mighty thee to bless,
Gracious, merciful, benign!
dread Lord and ours,
Dominions, thrones and pow'rs!
Veil your faces, prostrate fall,
Cast your crowns before his throne,
Hail the Cause, the Lord of all!
3 Justice and truth maintain
Partner of an equal throne ;
King of kings, let all conspire
Gratefully thy sway to own,
Christ the mighty One art thou,
on thee is laid ::
This thy promise claim I now,
Send me down the promisid aid,
5 Triumph and reign in me,
And spread thy victory:
Pride and self, and ev'ry foe;
Conqu’ring and to conquer go.
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THOU reign'st above on heaven's
The Father's Equal, God the Son; 3 Princes to his imperial name The Holy Ghost to us displays
Bend their bright sceptres down: Thy majesty and boundless grace, Dominions, thrones, and pow'rs rejoice And in the Scriptures clearly doth ex, To see him wear the crown.
That thou, Lord, madest, and redeem.
And at thy name we bow the knee, 5 This is the Man, th' exalted Man, As all in earth and heaven join, Whom we unseen adore;
T' extol thy majesty divine,
Our hearts shall love him more, The great Jehovah, mighty Lord of all,