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Confir'd and seald for evermore,
Th' eternal Cov'nant stood. 3 Strengthen, O LORD, our feeble souls,
Conform us to Thy will ; . Settle our hearts to stray no more,
But keep Thy precepts still.
Glory to Thee be givin,
Thro' all the days of 'heav'n.
Matta xviii. .? isoil T1
Sons of men and angels say
Sing ye heav'ns, and earth reply.
Fought the fixnt, ithe battle won; 10
Lo! He sets in blood no more.
CHEST hath burst the gates of hell;
CHRisr hath open'd Paradise. 3 Lives again our glorious King,
Waereo death is now ihy sting
Where's thy victory. O grave?!!!
6 King of glory! soul of bliss, , , , ,
Everlasting life is this -
Old 148th. 1 LL hail: triumphant Lord!
A To Thee' all praise belongs ;
Her dark domains confin'd,
3 All hail ! triumphant LORD!
Heav'n with Hosannas rings;
Thy praise responsive sings: -
$. M. 1 ESUS, who once was dead,
The LAMB for sinners slain ; He lives, and lives for evermore,
O'er death and hell to reign.
2 Rejoice, ye saints, and sing,
His love and pow'r proclaim';
In honor of His name.
Matt. xxviii. 6.
THE LORD, is risen ! He who came
To suffer death and conquer too:
The praise to our REDEEMER due:
Let glory crown the Conq'ror's head, 2 The Lord is ris'n to His abode;
Aided by grace, be our employ
To serve with fear and holy joy.
Let glory crown, the Conq'ror's head, 3 The LORD is ris'n! let hosts above,
Triumphant now,, proclaim His praise;
And consecrate to him their days.
O may we all 'to glory rise;
With countless myriads in the skies,
1 W Where once my fayloug delgu'd to lie,
Psalm xvi. 9. 12.
How weak the bands of conquer'd death ; Sweet pledge, that all who trust His name
Shall rise, and draw ipamortal breath! 3 Our surety freed, declares us free, 71
For whose offences He was seiz'd;
And shout to view Jchovan pleas'd: 4 Jesus, once number'd with the dead,
Unseals His eyes, to sleep no more,
For whom the paitis of death He bore. 5 Thy'risen Lord, my soul adore,
See the rich diadem He wears!
o crown thy jwhen He appears. A 6 Tho'l in the dust I lay my head,
Yet, gracious God, Thou wilt not leave
Nor lose Tliy children'in the grave.
1 1 ET joyful nations, hail the day,
That crowns theirKing with loud acclaim: Let saints their grateful homage pay
To their Almighty SAVIOUR's name. Resound, resound in joyful strains, Jesus' the King of glory reigns !
2 Sing how He vanquish'd all your foes ;
He came to save, He reigns to bless; From Him our ev'ry comfort flows,
Life, liberty, and joy, and peace Resound, resound in joyful strains, Jesus the King of glory reigns fivé.
3 Yes, Thou art worthy, gracious LORD,
Of universal, endless praise ;
11 4 He comes, He comes, with triumph crown'd,
In dazzling robes of light array'd'.
Earth's fairest lustre sinks in shade.