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And teach our hearts, in high-est strain, To praise the Lamb for sinners slain.
We love Thy cross,the shame,the pain, O Lamb of God, for sin-ners slain !
We die to sin, and seek grave With Thee,beneath the yielding wave.
The seal-ing unc-tion from a bove, The breath of life,the fire of lovel Amen.

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1. Come, bap-py souls, a - dore the Lamb, Who loved our race ere time be-gan,

Jor-dan's stream the Spir-it led, To mark the path His saints should tread; 3. Bap-tized by John in Jor-dan's wave, The Sav-iour left His wa-t'ry grave; 4. Come, all who love His precious name, Come, tread His steps,and learn of Him;

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Who vail'd His Godhead in our clay, And in an hum-ble manger lay.
With joy they trace the sacred way, Το see the place where Jesus lay.
Heav'nown'd the deed, approv'd the way, And bless'd the place where Jesus lay.
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Thro' strange and sol-emn wa ters, Up to Thy throne a - bove.
For us the Lord of glo ry Was numbered with the dead.
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DENNIS S. M.

Rev. Aaron R. WOLFE, 1858

Arr. from J. G. NÄGELI by Wm. B. BRADBURY, 1849

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A - gain our grateful trib - ute bring, Our sol-emn vows re- cord.
So may the sav - or of Thy grace In word and life ap- pear.
The path our dear Re-deem - er trod May we re - joic-ing tread.
Un - til we join the Church a - bove, And know as are known. A-men.

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To feed up - on this Bread and Wine, In mem- 'ry, Lord, of Thee.
The se - crets of Thy Father's breast, And all thy grace dis-cern.
The sweetness of the Bread of life, The ful - ness of Thy love.
And feel the bless- ed pledge with-in, That we are loved of Thee.

A-men.

5 O if this glimpse of love

Is so divinely sweet,
What will it be, O Lord, above,

Thy gladdening smile to meet;

6 To see Thee face to face,

Thy perfect likeness wear,
And all thy ways of wondrous grace

Through endless years declare.

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r. In mem -'ry of the Sav-iour's love, We keep the cred feast, 2. By faith we take the bread of life With which our souls are fed, 3. Un - der His ban - ner thus sing The won - ders of

His love,

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When ev - 'ry bum-ble, con-trite heart Is made a wel-come guest.
The

cup in tok - en of His blood, That was for sin-ners shed.
And thus an - tic i - pate by faith The heav'nly feast a - bove. A-men.

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ST. JOHN C. M.

JAMES MUNTGOMERY, 1839

JAMES TURLE, 1862

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0 - ny and blood - y sweat, And not re-mem- ber Thee. O Lamb of God, my sac - ri - fice, I must re-mem- ber Thee.

A-men.

5 Remember Thee, and all Thy pains,

And all Thy love to me;
Yea, while a breath, a pulse remains,

Will I remember Thee.

6 And when these failing lips grow dumb,

And mind and memory flee, When Thou shalt in Thy kingdom come, 366 Jesus, remember me.

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EUCHARISTIC HYMN 9.8.9.8. Bp. REGINALD HEBBR, publ., 1827

Rev. John S. B. HODGBS, 1869

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