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PARKHURST (St. Hilda) 86.78. 81.

Rev. JOHN BAKEWELL, 1757, abr.

Sir JOSEPH BARNBY, 1861

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I. Hail, thou once de spis - ed Je - sus, Hail, thou Gal - i 2. Pas- chal Lamb, by God ap- point-ed, All our sins on 3. Je - sus, baill enthroned in glo - ry. There for ev - er

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Thou didst suf - fer to re-deem us, Thou didst free sal va - tion bring By al - might - y love a-noint-ed, Thou hast fulla - tone-ment made. All the heavenly hosts a - dore Thee, Seat - ed at Thy Fa- ther's side:

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of our All Thy peo-ple for - giv - en, Thro' the vir - tue Worship, hon - or, power, and bless-ing Thou art wor-thy

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sin and shame, of Thy blood: to re ceive:

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By Thy mer-its we find fa- vor; Life is giv - en thro' Thy Name.

0-pened is the gate of heav-en, Peace is made 'twixt man and God. Loud-est prais-es, with-out ceasing, Meet it is for to give.

us

A-men.

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HOLYWOOD 8.7 8.7.47.

Rev.John CENNICK, 1752. Rev. CHARLES WESLEY, 1758

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A - rise, and with Thy morn-ing beams Chase all our griefs a- way.
The prais-es of Thy roy

al Name, And own Thee as their King.
In u - ni - Son with all our hearts, And calls a - loud for Thee.

A-men.

4 Come, then, with all thy quickening power, 5 Thine was the cross, with all its fruits With one awakening smile,

Of grace and peace Divine: And bid the serpent's trail no more

Be Thine the crown of glory now, Thy beauteous realms defile.

The palm of victory Thine.

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LUCERNE 8.7.8.7. Latin 5th Cent. Tr. by Rev. EDWARD CASWELL, 1848

T. A. WILLIS, 1876

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1. Hark! a thrill - ing voice is sound- ing:“Christ is nigb!” it seems to say; 2. Wakened by the sol - emn warn-ing, Let the earth-bound soul a - rise;

the Lamb, so long ex- pect - ed, Comes with pardon down from heav'n; 4. So, when next He comes in glo Wrapping all the earth in fear,

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a - way the dreams of darkness, O ye chil-dren of the day!”
Christ, her Sun, all sloth dis- pell - ing, Shines up-on the morning skies.
Let us haste with tears of sor- row, One and all, to be for-giv'n.
Not for chast’ning, but sal - va- tion, Un to us shall He ap- pear. A-men.

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Up, pray and watch and wres - tle, At , mid-night comes the cry.
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A-men.

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