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4 The rich inheritance of heaven,

Your joy, your boast, is freely giv'n;
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With golden streets and pearly gates. 12 5 Her blest inhabitants no more poll'

Bondage and poverty deplore;, 97. 1
The debt, but love immensely great; ?

Their joy still rises with tho debt.lab 6'Ohappy souls, that know the sound,

Celestial light their steps surround, 1.1
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The glorious Gospel of the blessed God, 1 Timri, H. 1

THAT wisdom, majesty, and grace,

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The Gospel is the power of God to Salvation, Rom. 1.10%
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That seeks relief for all his woe

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Where nature's golden treasure shines;
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All nature's gold appears but dross.
6 Should vile blasphemers with disdain

Pronounce the truths of Jesus vain,
We'll meet the scandal and the shame,
And sing and triumph in his name



C. M. London 180. Follett 181. ?

A rational Defence of the Gospel. 122
SHALL atheists dare insult the cross

Of our incarnate God?
Shall infidels revile his truth,

And trample on his blood ?
2 What if he choose mysterious ways

To cleanse us from our faults !
May not the works of sovereign grace
5. Transcend our feeble thoughts?
3 What if his gospel bid us strive

With flesh, and self, and sin !
The prize is most divinely bright

That we are call'd to win.
4 What if the men, despis'd on earth,

Still of his grace partake!
This but confirms his truth the more,

For so the prophets spake.
his sacred truth,

Indulge their souls in sin ?
None should reproach the Saviour's name,

His laws are pure and clean.
6 Then let our faith be firm and strong,

Our lips profess his word;
Nor ever shun those holy men
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SCRIPTURE DOCTRINES AND BLESSINGS, 62. 5.6. Bourton 50: Haughton 68. * *0T Everlasting Love, Electing Grace, and Personal Holiness. 1

HOW happy are we

Our election who see,
And venture, O Lord, for salvation on thee!
In Jesus approv'd,

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Eternally lov'd,
Upheld by thy power we cannot be mov'd.

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On the bosom divine,
And experience the comforts peculiar to thine';

While, born from above,

And upheld by thy love this li With singing and triumph to Zion ,we move. ? 3 Our seeking thy face

Was all of thy grace,
Thy mercy demands and shall have all the praise:

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Thy grace is preventing, almighty, and free,

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His Spirit ne'er leaves, Nor ever repents of the grace that he' gives. 5

This proof we would give

That thee we receive;
Thou art precious alone to the souls that believe;!-

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PART II.- Personal Holiness desired. 6 Yet one thing we want,

More holiness grant! For more of thy mind and thy image ye pant: ; a

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More of thee below; ons Thus fit us for heaven, and gloryi bestow;'. !.

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63 L.M. Kingsbridge 88. Lewton 30.

:- The Consequences of Election, Rom. viii. 33- 39, 1 1 WHO

HO shall condemn to endless flames

The chosen people of cur God!
Since in the book of lite their names

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And justice never can expect

That the same debt should twice be paid,
3 Not tribulation, nakedness,
The famine, peril

, or the sword; Not persecution, or distress,

Can separate from Christ the Lord.
4 Nor life, nor death, nor depth, nor height,

Nor powers below, nor powers above,
· Nor present things, nor things to come,
Can change his purposes of love."

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