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6 Worship and honour, thanks and love,
Be to our Jesus giv'n!
33. C. M.
MY S ha det all thymbler pow'rs
So matchless, so divine !
My liigb exalted King;
Who can forbear to sing?
How glorious and how sweet!
In our Redeemer meet.
A bloody sacrifice,
The Prince of Glory dies!
Árose, and left the grave;
there to save.
With a celestial train
Those shining troops shall reign!
Praise to God and Jesus Christ 1 Y E of ,
And publish abroad his wonderful name: The name all-victorious of Jesus extol;
His kingdom is glorious, and rules over all. 9 God ruleth on high, almighty to save,
And still he is nigh, his presence we have: The great congregation his triumph will sing, Ascribing salvation to Jesus our King.
3 Salvation to God who sits on the throne;
Let all cry aloud, and honour the Son;
Fall down on their faces, and worship the Lamb. 4 Then let us adore, and give him his right,
All glory, and power, and wisdom, and might All honour and blessing, with angels above, And thanks vever-ceasing for Jesus's love.
35. L. M. Dr. Stennett. Praise to God for renewing Grace. 1
Bound up my wounds, and sooth'd my grief.
And bade each anxious fear depart.
36. L. M. Dr. Doddridge. Gratitude and Praise for Redemption.
Psalm sl. 16.
Thy saving love, thy saving pow'r;
2 Through eternity he reigns
In unbounded realms of light;
As an atom in his sight.
Ever on his glories gaze,
44. L. M. Dr. Watts.
Crown him, ye nations, in yonr song: Ilis wondrous names and poav'rs rehearse;
Hlis honcurs shall enrich your verse.
llow terrible is God in arms!
Isr'el is his peculiar throne.
Ile's your defence, your joy, your rest;
45. L. M. Dr. Watts. God sovereign and gracious. Psalm cxii. 1 Y servants of this piniglasty King,
Where'er the sun shall rise or set,
The nations shall his praise repeat.
Stands his high throne of majesty;
Nor bound bis universal reigu.
Or angels, with their God compare
Who dwells in uncreated light!
What saints above and angels do;
5 From dust and cottages obscure
His grace exalts the humble poor;
46. S. M. Dr. Watts. God's Sovereignty and Goodness. Ps. viij. 1 Lord, our heav'nly King,
Thy name is all divine:
And o'er the heav'ns they shine. 2 When to thy works on high,
I raise my wond'ring eyes,
Adorn the darksome skies: 3 When I survey the stars,
And all their shining forms,
Akin to dust and worms?
That thon shouldst love him so?
And Lord of all below.
While beasts like slaves obey,
And fish that cleave the sea. 6 How rich thy bounties arc!
And wondrous are thy ways
47. L. M. Dr. Watts. The Greatness of God. Psalm cxliv. 1 Y God, my King, thy various praise Thy grace employ my humble tongue,
Till death and glory raise the song. 2 The wings of ev'ry hour shall bear
Some thankfnl tribute to thine ear:
3 Thy truth and justice I'll proclaim;
Thy bounty flows an endless stream;
But dreadful to the stubborn foe.
And speak thy majesty divine;
The sound and honour of thy name. 5 Let distant times and nations raise
The long succession of thy praise :
The joy and labour of their tongue.
Thy greatness all our thoughts exceeds;
Vast and immortal be thy praise! 48. C. M. Dr. Watts. Psalm cxlv. 1-17, 11-13. 1 ONG as I live l'Il bless thy name My work and joy shall be the same
În the bright world above.
And let his praise be great:
Thy works of grace repeat.
And while my lips rejoice,
Shall join their cheerful voice.
And children learn thy ways,
And nations sound thy praise.
Shall througb the world be known;
With public splendor shown.
Thy saints are ruld by love:
Though rocks and hills remove.