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3 This tanguishing head is at rest,
Its thinking and aching are o'er;
This quiet immoveable breast,
Is heard by afriction no more.
This heart is no longer the seat
Of trouble and torturing pain;
Il ceases to fiunter and beat-
I never shall flutter again.
4. The lids lie so seldom could close,
By sorrow forbidden to sleep,
Sealed up in eternal repose,
Have straligely forgotten to weep.
The fountains can yield no suppres,
These liollows from water are free;
The tears are ali uip'd from these ere
And evil they never shall see.
5 To mourn and to suffer is mine,
While boud in a prison I breatke;
And still tor deliverance pine,
And press to the issues of death.
Wlai now with my tears I bedew,
Oh, shall I not erelong become,
My spirit creaied anew-
My body consigo'd to the tomh!

DISMISSION.

The Christian's Farewell.

1 Egoldenlainps ofheaven,farewell,

Vitli all your feeble inglat; Farewell, thou ever-changing inoon,

Pale empress of the night. 2 And thou, refulgent orb of day,

In brighter fames array’ıl; My soul, hat springs beyond thy

No more demands tly aiu.' (sidere;

3 Ye stars are but the shining dust

Oimy divine als d.; The pavement of Urose heavenly courts,

Where I shail sec muy God.

HYMN 230. L. M. WATTS.

• 4 The Father of eternal liglit

Shail there his beams display; Nor stuli one moment's darkness mix,

With that unvaried day.

A Funeral Hymn. TNVEIL thy bosom, faithful tomb,

Take this new treasure to thy trust; And give these sac ed relics room, 'To seek a slumber in the dust.

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o 4 Break from his throne, illustrious

morp; Attend, 0 earth! his sov'reign word; o kestore thy trust-a glorious formCall'd to ascend and meet the Lord.

Siciliax.

HYMN 231. C. M. SCOTCH PAR.

HYMN 229. Es. WHTFIELD.

Death Gain to u Believer. 1 OW blest is our friend now be

reft
Of all that could burlen bis mind!
How easy his soul that has left
This wearisome body behind?
Of evil incapable thou,
Whose relics with envy I see;
No longer in misery How-
No longer a sinner like me.
. This earth is affected no more
With sickness, or shaken with pain;
The war with the members is o’er,
And never shall vex him again,
No anger henceforward, or shame,
Shall redden his innocent clay;
Extinct is the animal fame,
And passion is vaaish'd away.

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6 “But God, whose name be ever blest!

Disarms that foe we dread; And makes us conqu’rors, when we die,

Through Christ our living head.” -7 [Then stedfast Ict us still remain,

Though dangers l'ise around;
And in the work preserib'd by God,

Yet more and more abound:8 Assur'd, that though we labour now,

We labour not in vain; (Lord, But throʻ the grace of heaven's great The eternal crown shall gain ]

SUNDAY,

10 me.

HYMN 232. C. M. Brles.

The List Tempest. 21 THEN wild confusion wrecks

the air, And tempests rend the skies; Whilst blended ruin, clouds and fire

In harsh disorder rise;

- Hear the Chief among ten thousand,

Thus address has faithfut iew: d "Come ye tie sed ofiny Father,

"Heaven is prepared for you;
"I was buigi I was thirsty-1

was haled-
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minister's e 5 But how awful is the sentence, d “Go from me, ye cursed race“To that place of endless torment, Never tuore to see my face: I was hungry-I was thirsty - I

was naked “Ye to me no merey show'd.” -6 Now awake ye slumbering virgins, Trim your lamps; the bridegroom's

near;
Let your loins with truth be girded,
Signs proclaim, he'll soon appear,

Mark! the fiy-tree,
Budling, shows the summer's near.

2 Safe in my Saviour's love I'll stand,

And strike a tuneful song; e Mş harp all trein bling in my band,

And all inspir'd my tongtie. a 3 I'll shout aloud, “Ye thunders roll,

And shake the sullen sky; “Your sounding voice, from pole to pole,

"In angry murinurs try.

e 7 Jesus, save a trembing sinner,

While thy wrath o'er sinners roll; In this general wreck of nature,

Be the refuge of my soul: d Jesus, save me! Jesus, save me!

when the lightoings-Blaze around, from pole to pole.

LITTLETON.

4. "Let the earth totter on her base,

"And clouds the heavens deform; “Blow, all ye win'is, from every place,

“And rush the final storin!"

HYUN 231. 8, 7 & 4. NEWTON,

--5 Come quickly, blessed Hope, appear

Bid thy swiit chariot Hy;
Let angels tell thy coming near,

And spatch me to the sky.
6 Around thy wheels, in the glad throng,

I'd bear a joyful part;
There are all hallelujah on my tongue--

All rapture in my heart. ARUNDES,

The Day of Juilgment. e 1 A Yo judy:nent, day of wonders,

Claik! the trumpet's awful.ound, Lower than a thousand thu lors, Shkes the vast creation round!

How the surmons
Will the sinner's heart coufound!

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Of never seasing joy; Christ,
Of glory thou art King.

MITCRAX

HYMN 236. 89.

? See the Judge our nature wearing,

Cloth'd in majesty divine! -You who long for his appearing, Then shall say, "This God is mine."

Gracious Saviour,

Own me in that day for thine! . 3 At his call, the dead awaken,

Rise to life from earth and sea;
All the powers of nature, shaken
By his looks, prepare to flee:

Careless sin ner,
What will then become of thee?

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Our God forever and ever. HIS God is the God we adore,

Our faithful uncha igeable FRID); Whose love is as large as his power, And neither knows measure nor end.

2 Tis Jesus the First and the Last, Whose Spirit shall guide us safe homes We'll praise him for all that is past, And trust him for all that's to come.

ASCRIPTIONS.

73.

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cHorrours past imagination,

Will surprise your tremb’ling heart, When you hear your condemnation, "Hence, acoursed wretch, depart!

"Thou with Satan

"And his angels, have thy part!: 6 --5 But to those who have confessed,

Lov'd, and serv'd the Lord below; He will say “Come near, ye blessed “See the kingdom I bestow:

“You forever

“Shall my love and glory know." 6 Under sorrows and reproaches,

May this thought our courage raise:
Swiftly God's great day aj proaches-
Sighs shall then be chang’d to praise:

We shall triumph-
When the world is in a blaze!

HELMSLEY.

LORY to the Father's name; I Messiah's excellence proclain; Sing the blessed Spirit's praise;

Angels, swell the notes we raise.

8, 7 & 4.

YLORY be to God the Father,

Sound aloud the Spirit's praises;
Join the elders round the throne:

Hallelujah,
Hail the glorious Three in Onc.

HYMN 235. C. M. PATRICK.

TE DEUM. A General Hymn of Praise. GOD, we praise thee, and confess,

C. P. M.

'Othat thou he only Lord

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And everlasting Father art,

By all on earth ador'd. 2 To thee all angels cry aloud,

To thee the powers on high, Both cherubini, and seraphim,

Continually do cry,3 “Holy, holy, holy Lord,

Whom heavenly hosts obey; The world is with

the glory filld Of thy majestick sway. À The apostle's glorious company,

And prophets crown'd with light, With all the martyrs noble liost,

Thy constant praise recite. 5 The holy church, throughout the

O Lord, confesses thee, [world, That thou eternal Father art,

Of boundless majesty. À Thy honour'd, true, and only Son,

And Holy Ghost the spring,

Let new blessings every hour

Rest on his adored head.

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Psalm. LL ye that love the Lord rejoice 149 GIVE thanks to God; he reigns above 107 Almighty Ruler of the skies

8 Give thanks to God, invoke his name 105 Amidst thy wrath remember love

38 Give thanks to God most high 136 Among th' assemblies of the great

82 Give to our God immortal praise 136 Among the princes earthly gods 86 Give to the Lord, ye sons of fame 29 And will the God of grace

GO!.. his earthly temple lay's 87 Are all the foes of Zion fools

Gou is the refuge of his saints 46 Arise, my gracious God

17 God my supporter and my hope 73 Arise, O King of grace, arise

132
God of eternal love

106 Awake, ye saints, to praise your King 135 God of my childhood and' my youth 71

God of my life, look gently down 39 B

God of my mercy and my praise 109 BEFORE Jehovah's awful throne 100 Great God, attend while Zion sings 84 Behold the lofty sky

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Great God, how oft did Israel prove 78 Behold the love, the gen’rous love

35 Great God, indulge my humble clain 63 Behold the sure foundation stone 118

Great God, whose universal sway 72 Behold thy waiting servant Lord

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Great is the Lord, exalted high 155 Bless, Q my soul, the living God 103

Great is the Lord our God

48 Biest are the sons of peace 133 Great Shepherd of thine Israel

80 Blest are the souls that hear and know 89 Blest are the undefil'd in heart

H. Blest is the man, for ever blest 32 HAD not the Lord, may Israel say 124 Blest is the man whose bowels move 41 Happy is he that fears the Lord 112 Blest is the man who shuns the place Blest is the nation where the Lord

Happy the city where their sons 144 33 | Happy the man whose hopes rely

Happy the man whose cautious feet 1

Hear me, O God, nor hide thy face 102 COME, children, learn to fear the Lord 34 Hear what the Lord in vision said 89 Come, let our souls address the Lord 95 He lives! the everlasting God 121 Come, sound his praise abroad

95 Help Lord, for men of virtue fail 12 Consider all my sorrows, Lord 119 He reigns: the Lord the Saviour reigns 97 D.

He who hath made bis refuge God 91

High in the heav'ns, eternal God 36 DAVID rejoic'd in God his strength

21 How awful is thy chant’uing rod Deep in our hearts let us

record 69 How did my heart rejoice to hear. 122

How long, O Lord, liall I complain
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How perfect is thy word

19 EARLY, my God, without delay 63 How pleasant, how divinely fair 84 Exalt the Lord our God

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How pleasant 'tis to see

133 How pleas’d and blest was I

122 F.

How shall the young secureuheir hearts 119 FAR as thy name is known

48 l'ather, I bless thy gentie hand

I.

119 Father, I sing thy wondrous grace 69 JEHOVAH reigns: he dwells in light 93 Firm and unmov'd are they

125

Jesus, our Lord, ascend thy throne 110 Firm was my health, my day was bright 30 Jesus shall reign where'er the sun 72 Fools in their hearts believe and say

14 If God succeeil not, all the cost 127 For ever blessed be the Lord

144 If God to build the house deny 103 For ever shall my song record

89
I lift my soul to God

25 From age to age exalt his name

107 I'll praise my Maker with my breath 146 From all that dwell below the skies

117

I'll speak the honours of my King 45 From deep distress and troubled tho'ts 130 I love the volumes of thy word

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Psalos My righteous Judge, my gracious God lie My Saviour, my almighty Friend 71 My Shepherd is the living Lord 23 My soul, how lovely is the place My soul lies cleaving to the dust My soul, the great Creator praise

104 My spirit looks to God alone My spirit sinks within me, Lord My trust is in my heav'nly Friend

N. NOT to our names, thou only just, &c. 115 Not to ourselves, who are but dust Now from the roaring lion's rage Now let our mournful songs record Now may the God of pow'r and grace 28 Now shall my solemn vows be paid -36

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Psalm. In all my vast concerns with thee 139 In anger, Lord, rebuke me not 14 In God's own house pronounce, &c. 150 In Judah God of old was known 76 Into thy hand, O God of truth 31 Joy to the world: the Lord is come 98 Is there ambition in my heart

131 It is the Lord our Saviour's hand 102 Judge me, O Lord, and prove my ways 26 Judges who rule the world by laws Just are thy ways, and true ihy word 18 I waited patient for the Lord

40 L. LET all the earth their voices raise 96 Let all the heathen writers join 119 Let children hear the mighty deeds 78 Let ev'ry creature join

148 Let ev'ry tongue thy goodness speak 145 Let God arise in all his might

68 Let heathens to their idols haste 16 Let sinners take their course

55 Let Zion in her King rejoice

46 Let Ziop and her sons rejoice

102 Long as I live I'll bless thy name 145 Lord, hast thou cast the nation off 60 Lord, I am vile, conceiv'd 10 sin 51 Lord, I esteem thy jud ments right 119 Lord, if thine eyes survey our faults 90 Lord, I have made thy word my choice 119 Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear 5 Lord, I will pless thee all my days 34 Lord of the worlds above

84 Lord, thou hast call'd thy grace to mind 85 Lord, thou hast heard ihy servant cry 118 Lord, thou hast search'd and seen, &c. 139 Lord, thou hast seen my soul sincere 18 Lord, thou wilt hear me when I pray Lord, 'tis a pleasant thing to stand 92 Lord, we have heard thy works of old 44 Lord, what a feeble piese

90 Lord, what a thoughtless wretch was I 73 Lord, what is man, poor feeble man 144 Lord, what was man when made at first 8 Lord, when I count tlıy 'mercies o'er 139 Lord, when thou didst ascend on high 68 Loud hallelujahs thie Lord

148 Lo! what a glorious corner stone

118 Lo! what an entertaining view

183
M.
MAKER and sovereign Lord
Mercy and judgment are my sorg

101 Mine eyes and my desire

25 My God, accept my early vows

141
My God, consider my distress 119
My God, how many are my fcars
My God, in whom are all the springs 57
My God, my everlasting hope

71 My God, my King, thy various praise 145 My God, permit my tongue

63 My God, the steps of pious men

37 Nfy heart rejoices in thy name

31 My never-eeasing song shall show 89 My refuge is the God of love

0, ALL yë nations, praise the Lord 117 O blessed souls a e they O bless the Lord, iny soul

105 Of justice aud of grace I sing

101 O for a shout of sacred joy

47 O God of grace and righteousness O Goil of mercy hear my call

51 On God, the race of man depends O happy man whose soul is filla 128 O happy nation, where the Lord 38 O how I love thy holy law

119 O Lord, how many are mỹ foes

$ O Lord, our heav'nly King O that the Lord would guide my ways (19 O that thy statutes ev'ry hour O thou who hear'st when sinners cry 51 O thou whose grace and justice reign 125 O thou whose justice reigns on high

56 Our God, our help in ages past

90 Out of the deeps of long distress

136 ( were I like a featherd dove

55 O what a stiff rebellious house

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P. PRAISE waits in Zion, Lord, for thee 65 Praise ye the Lord, exalt his name

185 Praise ye the Lord; 'tis good to raise 141 Preserve me Lord in time of need je

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R REJOICE, ye righteods, in the Lord 35 Reinember, Lord, our mortal state 89 Return, O God of love, return

90 S. SALVATION is for ever nigh 85 Shew pity Lord, O Lord forgive Shine ou our land, Jehovah, shine 67 Sing, all ye nations, to the Lord 66 Sing to the Lord aloud

81 Sing to the Lord Jehovali's name

95 Sing to the Lord, ye distant lands 96 Songs of immutal praise belong Soon as I heard my Father say

27 Sure there's a righteous Gou

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