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107 SECOND PART. C. M.

C. M. Litchfield. 1 HOW are thy servants blest! O Lord,

How sure is their defence !
Eternal wisdom is their guide,

Their help, omnipotence.
2 In foreign realms, and lands remote,

Supported by thy care,
Through burning climes they pass unhurt,

And breathe in tainted air.
<3 When, by the dreadful tempest, borne

High on the broken wave,
They know thou art not slow to hear,

Nor impotent to save.
4 The storm is laid-the winds retire,

Obedient to thy will;
The sea, that roars at thy command,

At thy command is still.
5 In midst of danger, fear, and death,

Thy goodness we'll adore;
We'll praise thee for thy mercies past,

And humbly hope for more.

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107 THIRD PART. C. M. St. Ann's.
111 OH praise the Lord-for he is good,

In him we rest obtain;
His mercy has through ages stood,

And ever shall remain.
2 Let all the people of the Lord

His praises spread around;
Let them his grace and love record,

Who have salvation found.
3 Now let the east in him rejoice,

The west its tribute bring,
The north and south lift up their voice

In honor of their King.
4 Oh praise the Lord--for he is good,

In him we rest obtain;
His mercy has through ages stood,

And ever shall remain.

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4 Be thou, O God, exalted high

Above the starry frame;
And let the world, with one consent,

Confess thy glorious name.
108 THIRD PART. C. M. Howard's.
1 AWAKE, my soul, to sound his praise,

Awake, my harp, to sing ;
Join, all my powers, the song to raise,

And morning incense bring. 2 Among the people of his care,

And through the nations round,
Glad songs of praise will I prepare,

And there his name resound. 3 Be thou exalted, O my God,

Above the starry frame;
Diffuse thy heavenly grace abroad,

And teach the world thy name.
4 So shall thy chosen sons rejoice,

And throng thy courts above;
While sinners hear thy pardoning voice,

And taste redeeming love.

110 FIRST Part. L. M. Appleton.

Christ exalted as a King and Saviour.
"1 THUS God, the eternal Father, spake

To Christ the Son_“Ascend and sit
At my right hand, till I shall make

Thy foes submissive at thy feet.
2 From Zion shall thy word proceed;

Thy word, the sceptre in thy hand,
Shall make the hearts of rebels bleed,

And bow their wills to thy command.
3 That day shall show thy power is great,

When saints shall flock with willing minds;
And sinners crowd thy temple-gate,

Where holiness in beauty shines.”
4 O blessed power! O glorious day!

How large a victory shall ensue!
And converts, who thy grace obey,

Exceed the drops of morning dew.

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110 SECOND PART. C. M. Medford.
11 1 JESUS, our Lord, ascend thy throne,

And near thy Father sit;
In Zion shall thy power be known,

And make thy foes submit.
2 What wonders shall thy gospel do!

Thy converts shall surpass
The numerous drops of morning dew,

And own thy sovereign grace.
3 Jesus, our priest, forever lives

To plead for us above;
Jesus, our king, forever gives

The blessings of his love.
4 God shall exalt his glorious head,

And his high throne maintain;
Shall strike the powers and princes dead,

Who dare oppose his reign.

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FIRST Part. C. M. Marlow.
The Works and Grace of God celebrated.
"1 SONGS of immortal praise belong

To my almighty God;
He has my heart-and he my tongue,

To spread his name abroad.
2 How great the works his hand has wrought!

How glorious in our sight!
And men in every age have sought

His wonders with delight.
3 When he redeemed his chosen sons,

He fixed his covenant sure:
The orders that his lips pronounce

To endless years endure.

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111 SECOND PART. C. M. Medford
11 1 GREAT is the Lord-his works of might

Demand our noblest songs ;
Oh let th' assembled saints unite
Their harmony of tongues.

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