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HYMN 45. Third Part. L.M.
Exhortation to prayer. (cont.)

  3 Teach us divine forgiveness too,
And, freed from evil, let us live.
  4 For thinc's the kingdom, and the pow'r,
And all the glory waits thy name;
Let ev'ry saint thy grace adore,
And sound in songs their loud Amen.

HYMN 46. First Part. C.M.
Our Father.

  1 SOV'REIGN of all the worlds on high,
   Allow our humble claim;
Nor, while poor worms would raise their heads,
   Disdain a Father's name.
  2 Our Father God! how sweet the sound!
   How tender and how dear!
Not all the melody of heav'n,
   Could so delight the ear.
  3 Come, sacred Spirit, seal the name
   On my expanding heart;
And show, that in Jehovah's grace
   I share a filial part.
  4 Cheer'd by a signal so divine,
   Unwav'ring I believe:
Thou know'st, I, Abba    Nor can thy word deceive.

HYMN 46. Second Part. L.M.
Our Father and our Saviour are in Heaven.

  1 DESCEND from heav'n, immortal Dove,
Stoop down and take us on thy wings;
And mount and bear us far above
The reach of these inferior things;
  2 Beyond, beyond this lower sky,
Up where eternal ages roll,
Where solid pleasures never die,
And fruits immortal feast the soul.

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HYMN 46. Second Part. L.M.
Our Father and our Saviour are in Heaven. (cont.)

  3 O for a sight, a blissful sight
Of our almighty Father's throne!
There sits the Saviour crown'd with light,
Cloth'd in a body, like our own.
  4 Adoring saints around him stand,
While thrones and pow'rs before him fall;
And God shines gracious thro' the man,
And sheds sweet glories on them all.
  5 O what amazing joys they feel,
While to their golden harps they sing,
And sit on ev'ry heav'nly hill,
And spread the triumphs of their King!
  6 When shall the day, dear Lord, appear,
That I shall mount, to dwell above,
And stand, and bow, and worship there,
And view thy face, and sing, and love?

HYMN 46. Third Part. C.M.
Rejoicing in God our Father.

  1 COME, shout aloud the Father's grace,
   And sing the Saviour's love:
Soon shall you join the glorious theme
   In loftier strains above.
  2 God, the eternal, mighty God,
   To dearer names descends:
Calls you his treasure and his joy,
   His children and his friends.
  3 My Father God! and may these lips
   Pronounce a name so dear!
Not thus could hcav'n's sweet harmony
   Delight my list'ning ear.
  4 Thanks to my God for ev'ry gift
   His bounteous hands bestow;
And thanks eternal for that love
   Whence all those comforts flow.


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