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No. 240.

Joy to the World..

Rev. ISAAC WATTS.

ANTIOCH. C. M. (M. H. 183)

Arr. by LOWELL MASON.

1. Joy to the world, the Lord is come! Let earth receive her King;Let ev'ry

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heart pre-pare him room, And heav'n and na-ture sing, And

And heav'n and nature

heav'n and na- ture sing,

And heav'n, and heav'n and ua-ture sing.

sing,

And heav'o and nature

sing, 2 Joy to the earth, the Savior reigns, (He comes to make his blessings flow

Let men their songs employ; [plains, Far as the curse is found. While fieldsand floods, rocks, hills and

4 He rules the world with truth and Repeat the sounding joy.

And makes the nations prove (grace, 3 No more let sin and sorrow grow, The glories of his righteousness,

Nor thorns infest the ground; And wonders of his love.

No. 241. Joy.

Joy. Concluded. All Sing: ist verse No.240, Joy to the, etc. All Sing: 2d verse, Joy to the earth, etc.

Leader. -Unto us a child is born,un- Leader.--Hearken unto me, my peoto us a son is given, and the govern-ple, and give ear unto me, O my nament shall be upon his shoulders; and tion.. My righteousness is near; my his name shall be called Wonderful, salvation is gone forth, and mine arms Counsellor, The mighty God, The ev- shall judge the people. The isles shall erlasting Father, The Prince of Peace. wait upon me, and on mine arms shall

Response.-God also hath highly ex- they trust. alted him, and given him a name which Řesponse. Therefore the redeemed is above every name: That at the name of the Lord shall return, and come of Jesus every knee should bow, of with singing unto Zion; and everlastthings in heaven, and things in earth, ing joy shall be upon their heads; they and things under the earth, and that shall obtain gladness and joy, and sor. every tongue should confess that Jesus row and mourning shall fee away. Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the. Leader.-For ye shall go out 'with Father.

ljoy, and be led forth with peace; the Leader. Sing, O heavens, and be mountains and the hills shall break joyful, O earth; and break forth into forth before you into singing, and all singing, o mountains; for the Lord the trees of the field shall clap their hath comforted his people, and will hands. bave mercy upon his amicted.

All Sing: 3d verse, No more let sin, etc. 201

No. 242.

The Great Physician,

Rov. WM. HUNTER.

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Arr. by Rev. J. H. STOCKTON.

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The great Phy-si-cian now is near, The sym - pa-thiz-ing Je-sus,
He speaks the drooping heart to cheer, Oh! hear the voice of Je-sus,
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Your ma-ny sins are all for-giv'n, Oh! hear the voice of Je-sus,
Go on your way in peace to heav'n, And wear a crown with Je-sus,

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No. 243. Great Physician. Great Physician. Concluded.

. Leader.-And she shall bring forth et, saying. Himself took our infirmi. a son, and thou shalt call his name Je-ties, and bare our sicknesses. sus; for he shall save his people from Leader.-Glory to God in the high. their sins.

est, and on earth peace,- good will Response. And they shall call his toward men. name Emmanuel, which being inter- All Sing. 2d verse, Your many sins,etc. preted is, God with us.

Leader.-Him hath God exalted Leader. He was wounded for our with his right hand to be a Prince and transgressions, he was bruised for our a Savior. for to give repentance to iniquities: the chastisement of our Israel, and forgiveness of sins. peace was upon him; and with his Response.To him give all the stripes we are healed.

prophets witness, that through his All Sing. ist verse, No. 242, Tlie Great receive remission of sins.

name whosoever believeth in him shall Physician pow is near, etc. Leader.-When the even was come. and heard declare we unto you,

Leader.-That which we have seen

that they brought unto him many that were possessed with devils: and he cast out

ye also may have fellowship with us: the spirits with his word, and healed

and truly our fellowship is with the all that were sick.

Father, and with his Son, Jesus Christ.

Response.--And these things write Response That it might be fulfilled which was spoken by Esaias the proph- Au Sing. 3d verse, All glory to the, etc.

we unto you. that your joy may be full.

No. 244.

Oh, Could I Speak.

S. 'MEDLEY.

Ariel, C. P. M. (M. H. 743.)

Dr. LOWELL MASON.

1. Oh, could I speak the match-less worth, Oh, could I sound the

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glo-ries forth Which in my Sav-ior shine, {And vie with Ga- briel

I'd soar and touch the

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heav'nly strings,

while he sings, In notes al-most di-vine, In notes al-most di-vine.

2 I'd sing the precious blood he spilt, 13 Well—the delightful day will come. My ransom from the dreadful guilt, When my dear Lord will bring nie Of sin and wrath divine!

And I shall see his face: [home, I'd sing his glorious righteousness, Then with my Savior, Brother, Friend, Ip which all perfect heavenly dress A blest eternity I'll spend,

U: My soul shall ever shine. :// 11: Triumphant in his grace. ://

No. 245. Praise, No. 1.

Praise, No. 1. Concluded. Leader.-I will praise thee, O Lord, the voice of thanksgiving, and tell of with my whole heart; I will sbew forth all thy wondrous works. all thy marvellous works.

Leader.-The Lord redeemeth 'the Response.-0 Lord, open thou my soul of his servants; and none of them lips; and my mouth shall shew forth that trust in him shall be desolate. thy praise.

All Sing. 20d verse, I'd sing the, etc. Leader.-Be thou exalted, O God,

Leader.-In my Father's house are above the heavens, let thy glory be

many, mansions; if it were not so I above all the earth.

would have told you; I go to prepare All Sing, ist verse No. 244. Oh, could I a place for you. speak, etc.

Response. And if I go and prepare Leader.-I will wash my hands in a place for you, I will come again and innocency, so will I compass thine receive you unto myself that where I altar, O Lord.

am. there ye may be also. Response.—That I may publish with All Sing. 3d verse, Well, the delight, etc

No. 246.

Loving Kindness.

1. A-wake, my soul, in joyful lays, And sing my great Redeemer's praise,

He just-ly claims a song from me, His lov-ing kind-ness,oh, how free!

Loving kindness, lov-ing kindness, His lov-ing kind-ness, oh, low free!

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2 He saw me ruined in the fall, 13 Tho' numerous hosts of mighty foes,
Vet loved me notwithstanding all; Tho' earth and hell my way oppose,
He saved me from my lost estate, He safely leads my soul along,
His loving kindness. oh, how great! His loving kindness, oh, how strong!
Loving kindness, loving kindness, Loving kindness, loving kindness,
Loving kindness, oh, how great! His loving kindness, oh, how strong!
No. 247. Loving Kindness. Loving Kindness. Concluded.

Leader.-It is a good thing to give Leader.-O praise the Lord, all ye thanks unto the Lord, and to sing nations; praise him, all ye people. praises unto thy name, O most High. Response.-For his merciful kind

Response.-For with thee is the ness is great toward us; and the truth fountain of life; in thy light shall we of the Lord endureth forever. Praise see light.

ye the Lord. Leader.-Continue thy loving kind

All Sing. 2d verse, He saw me ruined, ness unto them that know thee; and Leader.--I will mention the loving. thy righteousness to the upright in kindnesses of the Lord, and the praisheart.

es of the Lord, according to all that Response To show forth thy loving the Lord hath bestowed on us, and kindness in the morning, and thy the great goodness toward the house faithfulness every night.

of Israel. All Sing. ist verse No. 246, Awake my

Response.-The Lord hath appeared soul, etc.

of old unto me, saying, Yea, I have Leader.-How excellent is thy lov- loved thee with an everlasting love, ing kindness, O God! therefore the therefore with loving kindness have i children of men put their trust under drawn thee. the shadow of thy wings.

Leader.-And with everlasting kind. Response. Because thy loving kind- ness will I have mercy on thee, saith ness is better than life, my lips shall the Lord, thy Redeemer. praise thee.

All Sing. 3d verse. Tho'oum'rous hosts

No. 248.

All Hail the Power.

Coronation. C. M. (M. H. 248.),

PERRONET.

OLIVER HOLDEN.

1. All hail the pow'r of Je - sus' name, Let an-gels prostrate fall; dot

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No. 249. Coronation.

Coronation. Concluded. Leader.–And all the angels stood Response. And they sung a new round about the throne, and about the song, saying. Thou art worthy, for elders and the four beasts, and fell be- thou wast slain and hast redeemed fore the throne on their faces and wor- us to God by thy blood out of every shiped God.

kindred and tongue, and people, and Response.-Saying, Amen: Blessing nation. and glory, and wisdom, and thanks

All Sing. 2d verse, Let every kindred, giving, and honor, and power, and Leader.-And after these things I might be unto our God forever and heard a great voice of much people in ever. Amen.

heaven, saying, Alleluia, salvation, Leader.:-Thou shalt also be a crown and glory, and honor, and power, unof glory in the hand of the Lord, and to the Lord, our God. a royal diadem in the hand of thy God. Response.-And they sing the song

All Sing: Ist verse No. 248, All hail the of Moses the servant of God, and the power of, etc.

song of the Lamb, saying, great and Leader.-And I saw a strong angel marvellous are thy works, Lord God proclaiming with a loud voice, who is Almighty; just and true are thy ways, worthy to open the book, and loose thou King of Saints. the seals thereof?

All Sing. 3d verse, Oh, that with yonder,

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