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Him now as weak as they could be ;
With hellish triumph greet him thus,

Art thou become like one of us?TALLA 6 More dreadful still must heathens greet

Christians, in name, whom there they meet;
Sunk lower than themselves in woe,

Though once to heav'n exalted soft tas 7 O were it not for grace divine, IA

This case so dreadful had been mine!
Hell gap'd for me, but, LORD, thy hand

Snatch'd from the fire the kindling brand. 8 And now, tho' wrath was my desert,

I hope to share a better part'; std NOA
But heav'n must wonder, sure to see

A sinner enter, vile as me, do niego 9 O Grace ! rich grace, delightful theme !

All heav'n shall echo with the same ;
While angels greet a sinner thus comitata
Art thou become like one of us ? (DR. RTLAND.

But uialnear 581 L.M. (1st P.) Sheffield 39. Paul's 246.

ist Careless Sinner- don't be damned.00 I SINNER, O why so thoughtless grown ?

Why in such dreadful haste to die Daring to leap to worlds unknown, hiw 10

Heedless against thy God to fly ?
2 Wilt thou despise eternal fate, a oko 30

Urg'd on by sin's fantastic dreams 2303
Madly attempt th’ infernal gate, rega won

And force thy passage to the flames ? ano
3 Stay, sinner ! on the Gospel plains va jane

Behold the God of love unfold asysla usa
The glories of his dying pains, bash sdn

For ever telling, yet untold a fost os 752

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4 Alas! alas ! how many fly ,

Tui The sound that bids my soul rejoice, do?

And rather choose with fools to die, 399,0
,' Thạn turn an ear to mercy's voice.
5 With such I own I once appear'd,

But now I know how great their loss;
For sweeter sounds were never heard
Than mercy utters from the crossalt T

581 (2 P.)

84. (24 P.) L. M. Richmond 115. Fleeing from the Wrath to come, by flying, to Christot

all Escape for the téfe, Gen. xix, 31 €) 180 1 HASTE, traveller, haste the night comes on,

And many a shining hour is gone;
The storm is gathering in the West,
And thou fan off from home and rest..::

me Haste, traveller, haste. 2 O far from home thy footsteps stray, : $

CHRIST is the life, and Christ the way, lush
And Christ the light, thy setting sun,
Sinks ere thy morning is begun.

Haste, traveller, haste. 3 Awake, awake ! pursue thy way that's

With steady course while yet Itis day,...?
While thou art sleeping on the ground,
Danger and darkness gather round.

Haste, traveller, haste. 4 The rising tempest sweeps the sky

The rains descend, the winds are high;
The waters swell, and death and fear
Beset thy path, nor refuge near. I

Haste, traveller, haste. 5 O yes, a shelter you may gain; Hels A covert from the wind and rain;

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6 Then linger not in all the plain,

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Look not behind, make no delay, : $39413
O speed thée--speed thee on thy ways us

Haste, traveller, haste. 7 Poor, lost, benighted soul!--art thou

Willing to find salvation now ? Fri 1:21
There yet is hope, hear mércy's call, W
Truth, life, light, way, in Christ is allo's

Haste to him, haste,

DRCOLLYER, 581 (3d P.) L. M. Stirling 317. Gould's 272.

Fleeing from the Wrath to come, Matt. iii, 7.
Q fields of fire, or thrones of day,

Each hour accelerates our way;
But who among us --Conscience tell, 1

Shall with devouring burnings dwell? 2 Jesus, I hasten from the pit,

And fall a suppliant at thy feet;
Well I deserve the dreadful flame,

But O my refuge is thy name! :****
3 For sinners, Lord, thou cam'st to bleed,

And I'm a sinner, vile indeed ;
Yet saving grace is rich and free,

O magnify that grace in me, i 582 LM. Green’s Hundred 89. Wareham 117.

The Rich Man and Lazarus, Luke xvi. 25..
N what confusion earth appears-

God's dearest children bath'd in tears !
While they, who heav'n itself deride,
... Riot in luxury and pride.
2 But patient let my soul attend,

And ere 1 censure, view the end;
That end, how different! who can tell :]
The wide extremes of heav'n and hell?

Each winged hour we haste away. 755

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3 See, the red flames, around him twinél si i

Who did in gold and purple shine :smi 348
Nor can his tongue one drop obtain

T! allay the scorching of his pain. ... O 4 While round the saint, so poor below,

Full rivers of salvation flow;
On Abraham's breast he leans his head,

And banquets on celestial bread.'' 5 Jesus, my Saviour! let me share it was if

The meanest of thy servants' fare; this at :
May I approach at last to taste
The blessings of thy marriage-feast. 349. a

DR. DODDRÍDGE. 583 C. M. "Otford 106. 'Follet 181. Evaus's 110.

The Joys of Heaven, 1 COME, Lord, and warm each languid heart, ,

Inspire each lifeless tongue:
And let the joys of heav'n impart

Their influence to our song.
2 Sorrow and pain, and every care,

And discord there shall cease;
And perfect joy, and love sincere,

Adorn the realms of peace.
3 The soul, from sin for ever free,

Shall mourn its pow'r no more;
But, cloth'd in spotless purity,

Redeeming love adore.
4 There on a throne (how dazzling bright!)

Th' exalted Saviour shines;
And beams ineffable delight

On all the heav'nly minds.
5. There shall the followers of the Lamb

Join in immortal songs ;
And endless honours to his name · 11:10

Employ their tuneful tongues.
6 LORD! tune our hearts to praise and love,

Qur feeble notes inspire;

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We join the angelio chotr. Shy STEELE. 584 C. M. Gambar New 74 Staughton: 264.

w : The Promised Land. N Jordan's rugged banks I stand, in so'i

Ahd dast a wishful eyes szini.) To Canaan's fair and happy dandy, s.

Where my possessions lien;,,", 2 0 the transporting rapt'rous scene.

That rises to my sight!, botwing Sweet fields array'd in living green,

And rivers of delight! 3. There generous fruits, that never fail,

On trees immortal grow
There rocks, and hills, and brooks, and vales,
JWith milk and honey flow.
4 All o'er those wide extended plains

Shines one eternal day;
There God the Sun for ever reigns,

And scatters night away.
5 No chilling winds, or pois'nous breath,

Can reach that healthful shore: Sickness and sorrow, pain and death,

Are felt and fear'd no more.
6 When shall I reach that happy place,

And be for ever blest?
When shall I see my Father's face,

And in his bosom rest?
7 Fillid with delight, my raptur'd soul

Can here no longer stay;
Tho' Jordan's waves around me roll,

Fearless I'd launch away. DR. S. STENNETT. 585 (1st P.) 50th. Cherriton 76. Old Fiftieth 23.

Heaven. ONwings of faith, mount up, my soul, and rise ;

View thine inhoritance beyond the skies;

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