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2 Oh! haste the day-the glorious hour,
And barbarous nations fear his name:
SECOND PART. C. M. Marlow. f111 SING to the Lord, ye distant lands,
Ye tribes of every tongue;
A new and noble song.
God's own almighty Son;
And grace surrounds his throne.
The islands of the sea;
Prepare the Lord his way.
The nations, as their God;
And send his truth abroad.
And bid the world draw near,
THIRD PART. S. M. St. Thomas. f 1 SING praises to our God,
And bless his sacred name:
From day to day proclaim.
The glories of his throne;
Through all the earth be known.
Nor hear-nor see-nor move:
4 Then let our songs arise,
In new exalted strains;
The Lord, the Saviour reigns!
FIRST PART. L. M. Monmouth.
Sing to his name in lofty strains;
And in his praise exalt their voice.
But grace and truth support his throne:
Justice is their eternal ground.
Shakes the wide earth and cleaves the
The mountains melt-the seas retire. p!14 His enemies, with sore dismay,
Fly from the sight-and shun the day;
And sing for your redemption's nigh. 97
SECOND Part. L. M. Arnheim. 111 THE Lord is come—the heavens proclaim
His birth-the nations learn his name:
Of eastern sages to their God.
Go, worship where the Saviour lies:
Those gods on high, and gods below.
And their own worshippers confound,
And earth confess her sovereign king. 97
THIRD PART. L. M. Uxbridge. 1 TH' ALMIGHTY reigns-exalted high
O’er all the earth-o'er all the sky;
2 Immortal light-and joys unknown,
And the bright harvest bless our eyes. 3 Rejoice, ye righteousmand record
The sacred honors of the Lord ;
97 Fourth Part. L. M. Timsbury. | 1 JEHOVAH reigns-let all the earth
In his just government rejoice;
In his applause unite their voice.
His dazzling glory shroud in state;
And fixed by his pavilion wait.
97th Po. Tuna
(Repeat the first stanza.]
FIFTH PART. C. M. Medford !! 1 LET earth, with every isle and sea,
Rejoice-the Saviour reigns !
And mountains melt to plains.
And makes the valleys rise ;
The haughty sinner dies.
Made the Redeemer known;
And angels guard his throne. 97
Sixth PART. C. M. Lutzen. 1 1 THE heavens his righteousness declare,
And angels hail his birth :
Around th' admiring earth.
Th' incarnate God allore:
And all who trust your power.
1113 Zion with holy triumph hears,
The church proclaims her joys;
And praise her lips employs.
FIRST PART. C. M.
Glorious and joyful Reign of God the Saviour. f 1 TO
our almighty Maker, God,
New honors be addressed;
And makes the nations blest.
2 He spake the word to Abraham first,
His truth fulfils the grace ;
And learn his righteousness.
With all her different tongues,
In melody and songs.
SECOND PART. C. M.
N 1 JOY to the world—the Lord is come!
Let earth receive her King;
And heaven and nature sing.
Let men their songs employ;
Repeat the sounding joy.
Nor thorns infest the ground;
Far as the curse is found.
And makes the nations prove
And wonders of his love.
98 THIRD PART. C. M. Marlovo. MI TO God address the joyful psalm,
Who wondrous things hath done;
The victory have won.
Kath made his mercy known;
His justice shall be shown.
And man's full ransom paid;
In awful pomp arrayed. | 4 He comes with power-he quits the skies,
To punish and reward
To praise the sovereign Lord.
FOURTH PART. C. M.
il I SING to the Lord a new-made song,
Who wondrous things has done;
The conquest he has won. 2 The Lord has through th' astonished world
Displayed his saving might,
3 Of Israel's house his love and truth
Have ever mindful been;
Of Israel's God have seen.
P 4 Let all the people of the earth
Their cheerful voices raise;
Resound their Maker's praise.