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2 At his right hand, our eyes behold
4 So fhall the king the more rejoice
6 Let endless honors crown his head;
HYMN XXXIII, p. M.
Comforter of all that mour
JESUS, comforter divine!
Confolations, Lord, are thine;
2 Thou shalt wipe all tears away,
3 Highest praises wait thy name,
HYMN XXXIV. c.m.
2 Faithful and true in every word,
3 Jefus! can time, can life repay,
Ah! no. Then found ye harps of day,
HYMN XXXV. €. M.
C. M. RIPPON'S COLL.] Defire of all nations. INFINITE excellence is thine, Thou lovely Prince of grace; Thy uncreated beauties fhine With never fading rays.
2 Sinners from earth's remotest end,
To thee their prayers and vows afcend,
3 Thy name as precious ointment shed, Delights the church around;
Sweetly the facred odours fpread
5 Thou art their trinmph and their joy:
c. M. [JAMES RELLY.
Doer of God's will.
HEN God would manifeft his grace' To man that he might prove The glories of the Father's face, And feel his nature love;
2 He faid he would not facrifice,
All human merit would defpife,
3 Then faid the Saviour, "lo, I come To do thy will my God;"
He brought his fons and daughters home By pouring out his blood:
4 That they with him might enter in
His death did make an end of fin,
Thou Lord a body didft prepare,
For him eternally to wear,
6 Obedient in this body, he
HYMN XXXVII. L. M. [WATTS.]
JESUS, we blefs thy Father's name ; Thy God and our's are both the fame ; What heav'nly bleffings from his throne, Flow down to finners, through his Son! 2 Chrift be my first elect, he faid,
Then chofe our fouls in Chrift our head,
3 Thus did eternal love begin,
To raise us from our death and fin;
4 Predeftinated to be fons,
Born by degrees, but chofe at once
5 With Chrift, our Lord, we share a part, In the affections of his heart;
Nor fhall our fouls be thence remov'd, 'Till he forgets his first belov'd.
HYMN XXXVIII, P. M. [YAMES:RALLY.]
Fairer than the fons of men.
Jefus, thy beauties fhine
The fun, the moon, the stars,
HYMN XXXIX. L. M. [RICHARDS.]
ATHER of and of
Fof nature and of grace, the Lord!
Be thou in one eternal ftrain,
2 From heav'n to earth, from earth to heav'n, Through worlds above and worlds below, Thy boundless mercies freely giv'n,
In tides of blifs forever flow.