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HYMN 74. C.M.
Thanksgiving. (cont.)

  7 Had I ten thousand hearts, dear Lord,
   I'd give them all to thee:
Had I ten thousand tongues, they all
   Should join the harmony.
  8 To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost,
   The God, whom we adore,
Be glory, as it was, is now,
   And shall be evermore.

HYMN 75. C.M.

  1 SHOUT and proclaim the Saviour's love,
   Ye saints, that taste his wine;
Join with your kindred saints above,
   In loud Hosannas join.
  2 A thousand glories to our God,
   Who gives such joy as this;
Hosanna! let it sound abroad,
   And reach where Jesus is.
  3 To praise the Father, and the Son,
   And Spirit all divine,
The One in Three, and Three in One,
   Let saints and Angels join.

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HYMN 76. C.M.
Frail life, and succeeding eternity.

  1 THEE we adore, eternal Name!
   And humbly own to thee,
How feeble is our mortal frame;
   What dying worms are we!
  2 Our wasting lives grow shorter still,
   As months and days increase;
And ev'ry beating pulse we tell,
   Leaves the small number less.
  3 The year rolls round, and steals away
   The breath at first it gave;
Whate'er we do, where'er we go,
   We're traveling to the grave.
  4 Dangers stand thick thro' all the ground,
   To push us to the tomb;
And fierce diseases wait around,
   To hurry mortals home.
  5 Great God! on what a slender thread
   Hang everlasting things!
Th' eternal state of all the dead
   Upon life's feeble strings.
  6 Infinite joy or endless woe
Attends on ev'ry breath;
And yet how unconcern'd we go
Upon the brink of death!


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