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PARKHURST (St. Hilda) 86.78. 81.
Rev. JOHN BAKEWELL, 1757, abr.
Sir JOSEPH BARNBY, 1861
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
le - an King: Thee were laid; to à
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:
Hail, thou u - ni
of our All Thy peo-ple for - giv - en, Thro' the vir - tue Worship, hon - or, power, and bless-ing Thou art wor-thy
sin and shame, of Thy blood: to re ceive:
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.
HOLYWOOD 8.7 8.7.47.
Rev.John CENNICK, 1752. Rev. CHARLES WESLEY, 1758
SAMUEL WEBBB (?)
2. Ev 3. Now 4. Yea,
He comes, with clouds
de - scend - ing, Once for
sal be - bold Him Robed in dread - ful ex - pect - ed, See in sol emn a - dore Thee, High
va tion slain; Thou sand
an gel - hosts at maj
Those who set at naught and pomp ap pear:
All His saints, by men re ter nal throne; Sav iour, take
A - rise, and with Thy morn-ing beams Chase all our griefs a- way.
al Name, And own Thee as their King.
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.
LUCERNE 188.8.131.52. Latin 5th Cent. Tr. by Rev. EDWARD CASWELL, 1848
T. A. WILLIS, 1876
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,
a - way the dreams of darkness, O ye chil-dren of the day!”