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P 5 What though in solemn silence all
Move round this dark terrestrial ball-
6 In reason's ear they all rejoice, < And utter forth a glorious voice;
For ever singing, as they shine,
« The hand that made us is Divine." 19 THIRD PART. L. M. Hebron. The Glory of God in his Works and in his Word. THE heavens declare thy glory, Lord,
In every star thy wisdom shines;
We read thy name in fairer lines.
And nights, and days, thy power confess;
Reveals thy justice and thy grace.
Round all the earth-and never stand;
It touched and glanced on every land. mf 4 Nor shall thy spreading gospel rest,
Till through the world thy truth has run;
Which see the light-or feel the sun.
Oh bless the world with heavenly light!
Thy laws are pure—thy judgments right.
In souls renewed and sins forgiven : Aff Lord, cleanse my sins—my soul renew, mf And make thy word my guide to heaven. 19 FOURTH PART. C. M. Dunchurch.
Delicerance from Sin implored.
Reclaims from false desires;
The ignorant inspires.
2 But what frail man observes how oft
Ile does from virtue fall :-
Thou God that know'st them all! p3 So shall my prayer and praises be
With thy acceptance blest;
My Strength and Saviour, rest. 19 FIFTH Part. S. M. Haverhill. Aff I HEAR thy word with love,
And I would fain obey;
To guide me, lest I stray.
The error of his ways?
I would not dare transgress.
Forgive my secret faults,
Whose crimes exceed my thoughts. mf 4 While with my heart and tongue,
I spread thy praise abroad,
My Saviour, and my God.
Declares its maker God;
Proclaim his power abroad.
Still keep their course the same;
Divinely teach his name.
Their general voice is known;
And orders of his throne.
4 His laws are just and pure;
His truth without deceit;
And his rewards are great.
Thy glory to proclaim;
In my Redeemer's name. 19 SEVENTH Part. S.M. Mornington.
BEHOLD the morning sun
Begins his glorious way;
And life and light convey.
It spreads diviner light,
And gives the blind their sight. р
3 How perfect is thy word !
And all thy judgments just! mf For ever sure thy promise Lord,
And we securely trust.
Are thy directions given!
But find the path to heaven.
20 FIRST PART. L. M. Nazareth.
Prayer and Hope in Trouble.
Attend his people's humble cry!
2 Well he reniembers all our sighs,
His love exceeds our best deserts ;
Of humble groans and broken hearts.
Till thy salvation shall appear,
And joy and triumph raise the song.
SECOND PART. C. M.
THE Lord unto thy prayer attend,
In trouble's darksome hour: mf The name of Jacob's God defend,
And shield thee by his power, f 2 In thy salvation we'll rejoice,
And triumph in the Lord;
He will relief afford.
For aid and shelter flee;
And will remember thee.
In thee alone we trust;
Thou refuge of the just!
FIRST PART. L. M.
Christ exalted to reign.
To endless glory in the skies !
2 The Lord his heart's desire completes, mp From heaven his prayer acceptance meets:
Though howed to death-intent to save,
He lists him from the cross and grave. mf 3 He asks-th' eternal Lord bestows
Life from th' unchanging fountain flows!
Our life, our strength, our ail, we see: f Aloud our songs thy power proclaim,
And wide we spread thy glorious name.
21 SECOND Part. C. M. Bedford
God acknowledged in National Blessings. f IN thee, great God, with songs of praise,
Our favored realms rejoice;
To heaven their cheerful voice.
Implored thy power to save;
The timely blessing gave.
Our hearts alone rely ;
And all our wants supply.
And still exalt thy fame;
For thine almighty name.
22 First PART. L. M. Medway.
Sufferings and Exaltation of Christ.
The dying sorrows of our Lord,
Like one forsaken of his God.
Raised from the dead, he reigns on high ;
And humble sinners taste his grace.
"NOW, in the hour of deep distress,
My God, support thy Son,
Oh leave me not alone!”
With mighty cries and tears;
And chased away his fears.