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3 Pleasures unfully'd Aourish there,
Beyond the reach of time ;
In all her dow'ry prime.
And difcord their shall cease;
Adorn the realms of peace. .
Shall mourn its pow'r no more ;
Redeeming love adore. 6 There shall the followers of the Lamb
Join in imınortal songs,
Employ their tuneful tongues. 7 LORD, tune our hearts to praise & love
Our feeble notes inspire;
We join th' angelic choir.
THE HAPPINESS OF BEING WITH CHRIST.
: WHILE on the verge of life I stand,
And view the scene on either hand, My fpirit ftruggles with my clay, And longs to wing its fight away.
2 Where Jesus dwells my soul wou'd be;
And faints my much-lov'd LORD to see;
Eor 'tis far better to depart.
And lead the willing pilgrim home ;:
Source of my joys, and of your own.. 4 That blissful interview, how fweet !
To fall transported at his feet !
Thro' the full beamings of his grace! 5 As with a Seraph's voice to sing !
To Ay as on a Cherub's wing !
The present Saviour's high commands 6. Yet with these prospects. full in sight,
We'll wait thy. lignal for the fight;
SALVATION. APPROACHING. Rom. xiii 116
WAKE,.ye faints, and lift your eyes,
And raise your voices high, Awake, and praise that lov’reign love
That thews falvation nighi
2 On all the wings of time it fies;
Each moment brings it near ;
And each revolving year. 3 Not many years their round shall run,
Nor many mornings rise,
To our admiring eyes. 4 Ye wheels of nature, speed your course;
Ye mortal powers, decay;
Ye bring eternal day.
THE PROSPECT OF HEAVEN MAKES
Where faints immortal reign;
And pleasures banish pain.
And never-fading flowers.;
This heavenly land from ours. 3. Sweet fields. beyond the swelling food
Stand dress'd in living green;
While Jordan roll'd between.
4 But fearful mortals start and shrink
To cross this narrow fea;
And fear to lanch away. 5 O! cou'd we make our doubts remove,
Those gloomy doubts that rise,
With unbeclouded eyes !
And view the landskip o'er,
HYMN 364 .
Speaks the departure of a foul,
Prepar'd, should I be call'd to die? 2 Only this frail and Meeting breath
Preserves me from the jaws of death;
And plung’d into a world unknown.
go; Must hear the Judge pronounce my fate, And fix'my everlasting state.
4 But could I bear to hear him say,
“ DEPART, ACCursed, far away;
Thou art for ever doom'd co dwell." 5 LORD Jesus! help me now to flee,
And feek my hope alone in thee;
Subdue my fins, and in me live.
If fav'd from guilt, I need not fear :
Perhaps it next may toll for me. 7
Rather my spirit would rejoice,
Es it not grief and wonder move
To think of Israel's dreadful fall, Who needed miracles to prove
Whether tħe LORD were God, of Baal ! 2 Methinks I see Elijah stand,
His features glow with love and zeal;