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139 RIPON C. M. D.

W. Gawler's "Hymns and Psalms," 1789

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(See also ST. LEONARD, No. 31) 2 The Lord is glorious and strong,

3 The Lord is wonderful and wise, Our God is very high;

As all the ages tell; O trust in Him, trust now in Him, O learn of Him, learn now of Him, And have security:

Then with thee it is well; He shall be to thee like the sea,

And with His light thou shalt be blest, And thou shalt surely feel

Therein to work and live; His wind that bloweth healthily

And He shall be to thee a rest Thy sicknesses to heal.

When evening hours arrive.

Rev. Thomas T. Lynch, 1850

The following Hymns are also suitable : 1 Every morning mercies new.

520 The Lord my pasture shall prepare. 6 New every morning is the love.

627 The Lord my Shepherd is. 107 Let us with a gladsome mind.

632 The Lord's my Shepherd, I'll not want. 435 Was there ever kindest shepherd.

563 O love that casts out fear. 434 Surrounded by unnumbered foes.

696 Thou hidden Love of God, whose height.

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2 Lord of every land and nation,

Thought is poor, and poor expression, Ancient of eternal days,

Who dare sing that awful song?
Sounded through the wide creation

Alleluia! Amen.
Be Thy just and lawful praise.
Alleluia! Amen.

5 Brightness of the Father's glory,

Shall Thy praise unuttered lie? 3 For the grandeur of Thy nature - Fly, my tongue, such guilty silence,

Grand beyond a seraph's thought; Sing the Lord who came to die: For created works of power,

Alleluia! Amen.
Works with skill and kindness

6 From the highest throne in glory,
wrought.
Alleluia! Amen.

To the cross of deepest woe,

All to ransom guilty captives, 4 But Thy rich, Thy free redemption, Flow my praise, for ever flow. Dark through brightness all along, - Alleluia! Amen.

Rev. Robert Robinson, 1774: verse 1, line 2, alt.

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2 The highest place that heaven affords 4 To them the cross, with all its shame, Is His, is His by right,

With all its grace, is given; The King of kings, and Lord of lords, Their name an everlasting name, And heaven's eternal Light:

Their joy the joy of heaven. 3 The Joy of all who dwell above, 5 They suffer with their Lord below, The Joy of all below

They reign with Him above; To whom He manifests His love, Their profit and their joy to know And grants His Name to know.

The mystery of His love.
6 The cross He bore is life and health,

Though shame and death to Him;
His people's hope, His people's wealth,
Their everlasting theme.

Rev. Thomas Kelly, 1820.

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