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HYMN 99. S.M.
The gospel Ministry. (cont.)

  6 The Lord makes bare his arm
   Thro' all the earth abroad;
Let ev'ry nation now behold
   Their Saviour and their God.

HYMN 100. P.M.
At the forming of a Church.

  1    GREAT Father of mankind,
   We bless that wondrous grace,
   Which could for Gentiles find
   Within thy courts a place;
How kind the care our God displays,
For us to raise a house of prayer!
  2    Tho' once estranged far,
   We now approach the throne;
   For Jesus brings us near,
   And makes our cause his own:
Strangers no more, to thee we come,
And find our home, and rest secure.
  3    To thee our souls we join,
   And love thy sacred name;
   No more our own, but thine,
   We triumph in thy claim:
Our Father King, thy cov'nant grace
Our souls embrace, thy titles sing.
  4    Here in thy house we feast
   On dainties all divine;
   And while such sweets we taste,
   With joy our faces shine:
Incense shall rise from flames of love,
And God approve the sacrifice.
  5    May all the nations throng
   To worship in thy house!
   And thou attend the song,
   And smile upon their vows:

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HYMN 100. P.M.
At the forming of a Church. (cont.)

  5 Indulgent still, till earth conspire
To join the choir on Zion's hill.

HYMN 101. P.M.
On opening a place of worship.

  1    IN sweet exalted strains,
   The King of glory praise;
   O'er heav'n and earth he reigns,
   Thro' everlasting days:
He, with a nod, the world controls,
Sustains or sinks the distant poles.
  2    To earth he bends his throne,
   His throne of grace divine;
   Wide is his bounty known,
   And wide his glories shine:
Fair Salem, still his chosen rest,
Is with his smiles and presence blest.
  3    Then, King of glory, come,
   And with thy favour crown
   This Temple as thy dome,
   This people as thine own:
Beneath this roof, O! deign to show
How God can dwell with men below.
  4    Here may thine ears attend
   Our interceding cries;
   And grateful praise ascend
   All fragrant to the skies:
Here may thy word melodious sound,
And spread the joys of heav'n around.
  5    Here, may th' attentive throng
   Imbibe thy truth and love;
   And converts join the song
   Of Seraphim above:
And willing crowds surround thy board
With sacred joy, and sweet accord.


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