Hymns and Sacred Poems. [Selections, chiefly from the first collection.]

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56 , HYM NS QLLWU A N D OR-dun _, " nd. SACRED POEMS;, (Act zzcd ſ Publiſhed by YO HN LQQLEL M.A. Fellow of Lincaln college, Oxfbrd; Qui -, A N D _ - CHARLES WLSLET; M.A Student of Clvrifl c/surda, Oxford. Lt be Word of CBRIST dwell in Ybtq richly in alþ Iſ/iſdam ; feat/ning and ad/nanſſing am another in Pſa/mr, and Hymm, and spiritual Song, ſinging wit/2 Grate in your Heart: tbtbe Lard. Col. iii. 16. DUBLIN: Printed i,n the Year M DCC XLVII.

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58 (3) el _,_- I H_ YAM N s A N D ffioſiſſjfflo /7\ffi SACRED POEMS. 4 P S A L M CXXIL 1.., How overjoyd was I When the ſolemn Hour drew nigle Summond to the Houſe of Prayr, Flew my Soul to worſhip there:, Come, my chearſul Brethren ſaid. Let us go with holy Speed i Let us haſte with one Accord, To (he Temple of our Lord. II., \ Running at his kind Command.. * There our ready Feet ſhall ſtand, Still within the ſacred Gate Will we for his Mercy waiez Love the Channels of his Grace, Reverence the hallowd Place Where our Lord records his Name, Stay we in yern/adam. A z - Ill. God

59 4. HYMNs and SACRED Poems. Ill. God hath built his Church below, Labourd all his Art to ſhew, Each with each the Parts agree, Framd in perfect Symmetry : There the choſen Tribes go up, Teſtiſy their GoſpeLHope. Praiſe and bleſs th incarnate Word, Shout the Name of Cþnfl their Lord. lv. There are Arm-Us mitted Sons, There the apoſtolic Throne: ; Maſu" Legiſhtive Chair ; Gods great Hierarchy is there. Pray. my Friends, and never ceaſe, 7 NVreſtle on for Sion*s Peace ; Make her ſtill your pious Care, On your Heart for ever bear. V. Hail the venerable Name, l over dear 7Nuſa/lmſi; Thee who bleſs ſhall bleſſed be, Proſper for their Love to thee. DWell within thy Ramparts Peace, Picnty deek thy Paktces," * ſfiſhs ſend thee from above, All the Treaſures of his Love. VI. For my Friends and Brethrens ſake, Thee an deareſt Charge I make ; Englanas deslate church be mine t Sin, all my Soul be thine! O thou Temple oſ my God, For thy ſake I ſpend my Blood, Longing here thy Riſe to ſee, Glad to live and die for thee. joyn

60 HYMNS aidsacaed Poems. JonN xv. 18, 19. l 5 I " HERE has my flumbring Spiritbeen, V So late emerging into Light! Sdimpereeptible, within, _ The Weight of this Egyptian Night l Il. Where have they hid the WORLD ſo long, So late preſented to my View? Wretch! tho myſelf increasd the Throng, Myſell a Part l never knew. lll. Secure beneath its Shade I ſat, To me were all its Favours ſhewn: I could not taſte its Scorn or HELtC; Alas, it ever lovd its own! IV. Jesus, iſ halſdiſcerning now, From Thee I gam this glimmring Light, Retouch my Eyes, anoint them Thou, And grant me to receive my Sight. V. O may l of thygrace obtain The World with other Eyes to ſee : Its Judgments falſe, its Fleaſures vain, Its Friendſhip Enmity with thee. VI. Deluſive World, thy Hour is paſt, The Folly of thy Wiſdom ſhew! It cannot now retard my Haſtc, I leave thee for the Holy Few. A 3 \ Yll.

61 v -..- r 6 HYMNs and SacaenP-oszfi. Vll. No! Thou blind Leader of the Blind, l bow my Neck to Thee no more! I caſt thy Glories all behind, And flight thy Smiles, and dare thy Powr. Vlll. Excluded from my Saviours Prayr, Staind, yet not"hallowd with his Blood, Shalt thou my ſond Affection ſhare, Shalt thou divide my Heart with Goo 2 lx. No! tho it rouze thy utmoſt Rage, Eternal Enmity 1 vow; " Tho Hell with thine its P0wrs engage, Prepard I meet your Onſet now. - X. Load me with Scorn, Reproach and Shame 3 My patient Maſter-75 Portion give; As Evil ſtill caſt out my Name, Nor ſuffer ſuch a Wretch to live. Xl. Set to thy Seal that] am His; Vile as my Lord I long to be: My Hope, my Crown, my Glory this, Dying to conquer Sin and Thee. FAREWEL a be W-onþnſi --., um -.-._->-4-_-:-s..=-n* _W..r _ l. ORLD adieu, thou real Cheat! Oſt have thy deceitful Charms, Filld my Heart with ſond aneeit, Fooliſh Hopes and falſe Alarms: Now

62 > Hgnus and swarm Bows. 7 Now I ſee as clear as Day, How thy Follies paſs away. Il. Vain thy entertaining Sights. Falſe thy Promiſes renewd, All the Pomp oſ thy Delights Does but flatter and delude: Thee l quit for Heavn above, Object of the nobleſt Love. Ill. Farewel Honour-s empty Pride j Thy own nice, uncertain Guſt, If the leaſt Miſchance betide, Lays thee lower than the Duſt; Worldly Honours end in Gall, Riſe Today, To-morrow fall. lv. Fooliſh Vanity, farewel, More inconſtant tſſhan the Wavel Where thy ſoothing Fancies dwell, Pureſt Tempers they deprave : He, to whom I fly from Thee, JMU CHRlsT ſhall ſet me free. V. Never ſhall my wandring Mind Follow after fleeting Tozzs, Since in God alone l find,. Solid and ſubſtantial JOys ; " * joys that never over-paſt, 7 Thro Eterniry ſhall laſh" ſi VI. Lo RD, how happy is a Heart, After thee while it aſpires!_ True and faithful as Thou art, Thou ſhalt anſwer its Defires a It ſhall ſee the glorious seene Qi thy Everlaſting Reign. prsexþruun -

63 8 HYMNS and SACRED Poems. DISCIPLINE. I. Throw away thy Rod, O throw away thy Wrathl My gracious Saviour and my GOD, O take the gentle Path. II. Thou ſeeſt my Hearts Deſire Still unto Thee is bent: Still does my longing Soul aſpire To an entire Conſent. Ill. Not evn a Word or Look Do I approve or own, But by the Model oſ thy Book, Thy ſacred Book alone _.._ I V. Altho l fail, l weep i *Altho 1 halt in Pace, Yet ſtill with trembling Steps I creep Unto the Throne of Grace. V. O then let Wrath remove: For L0ve will do the Deed! Love will the Conqueſt gain; with Love Evn fiony Hearts will bleed. VI. For Love is ſwift of Foot, Love is a Man oſ War; Love can refiſtleſs Arrows ſhoot, And hit the Mark from far= Who

64 HYMNS and Sacaen Poems. VI l. Who can eſcape his Bow? That which hath wrought on Thee, Wrhich brought the King oſ Glory low, Muſt ſurely work on me. 9 Vlll. O throw away thy Rod ; What tho Man Frailties hath! Thou art my Saviour and my Gon l O throw away thy Wrathl A Pa A Y a R [Iſ/der Gomictiam. ATHER oſ Light, from whom proceed Whateer thy Evry Creature needs, w hoſe Goodneſs providently nigh Feeds the young Ravens when they cry s To Thee I look; my Heart prepare, Suggeſt, and hearken to my Prayr. Il. Since by thy Light MyſelſI ſee Naked, and poor, and void ol Thee, Thine Eyes muſt all my Thoughts ſurvey, Preventing what my Lips would ſay : Thou ſeeſt my Wants! for Help they call, And eer I ſpeak, Thou knowſt them all. lll. Thou knowſt the Baſeneſs of my Mind, Wayward, and impotent and blind : Thou knowſt how unſubdud my Will, Averſe to Good,. and prone to Ill: Thou knowſt how wide my Paſſions rove, Nor checkd by Fear, nor charmd by Love. I. Fain

65 lo Hamms asz SAczrtan Poems. rv" >. 1, 32; r,-., -ruuv--.._ lv. Fain would I know, as known by Thee, And feel the indigence l ſee s, Fain Would I all my Vileneſs own, And deep beneaththe Burden groan t Abhor th: Pride that lurks within, Deteſt and loath myſelf and sin. V. MyAhtoral givemiſery me, LORD, reveal : mlyſelſ ſi to feel, Ah give me, LORD, (l ſtill would ſay) A Heart tame-um, a Heart to pray, My Busneſs this, my only Care, My Life, rmy evry Breath be prayr. Vl. - Scarce I begin my ſad "Complaint, When all my warmeſt Wiſhes ſaint s Hardly I lift my weeping Eye, When all my kind-ling Ardors die; Nor Hopes nor Fears my Boſnm move,p For ſtill I cannot, cannot love. Vll. Father, I want a thankſull Heart l I want to taſte how good thou art. To plunge me in thy Mercys Sea, And comprehend thy Love to me; The Breadth, and Length, and Depth, and Height Of Love divinely infinite. - Vlll. r Father, I long my Soul to raiſe. And dwell for ever on thy Praiſe ; Thy Praiſe with glorious Joy to tell, In Extaſy unſpeakable; While the full Powr of F-MTH I know, And reign nium-pliant here below. H 5.

66 ,,r HYM-Ns and? Sacrum) Poems. u He 13. xiit at Looking tmto S US, the Author and Finzſbar oſ am Faith. i. WEARY of ſtrugglingfivith my Pain, Hopeleſs to burttmy atureschain L-Iardly I give the conteſt oer, [ ſeek to free myſelt no more. Il. From my own Works at laſt ſ ceaſe, God that creates muſt ſeal my Peace a Fruitleſs my Toil, and vain my Care, And all myfitneſs is Deſpair. Il l. LORD, Ideſpair myſelf to heal, I ſee my Sin, but cannot feel :.\ \ I cannot, till thy Spiritblow. And bid th obedient Waters flow. IV. Tis Thine a Heart of Fleſh to. give, Thy Gifts I only can receive: Here then to Thee I all reſign, To draw, redeem, and ſeal is Thine. V With ſimple Faith, "to thee l call, My Light, my Life, my Lono, my All : I wait the moving oſ the Pool, _I wait the Word that ſpeaks me Whole.

67 12 HYMNs andsacnnn Poems. Vl. Speak, gracious Lord, my Sickneſs cure, Make my infected Nature pure; Peace, Righteouſneſs and Joy impart, And pour Thyſelſ into my Heart. L. HYMN (ſ THANKSGIVING to the FATHER. I. HEE, O my Gon and King, - My Father, Thee l fingl Hear well pleasd the joyous Sound, Praiſe from Earth and Heavn receive ; Loſt, I now in CHRlST am ſound, Dead, by Faith in CHRlsT l live. II. Father, behold thy Son, In CRRIST I am thy own. Stranger long to Thee and Reſt, See the Prodigal is come: Open wide thine Arms and Breall, Take the weary Wandrer home.., Ill. Thine Eye obſervd from far, Thy Pity lookd me near: Me th; Bowels yearnd to ſee, Me thy Mercy ran to find, Empty, poor, and void oſ Thee. Hungry, ſick, and ſaint, and blind. lv.. Thou on my Neck didſt fall, *- Thy Kiſs forgave me all g s Still

68 Hamms and-&acann POEMS 13 Still the gracious \Vords lhear, Words that made the Saviour mine, Haſte, for him ſithe Rnbe prepare, His be Righteouſneſs Divine. V. Thee then, my Gon, and King, luy Father, Thee I ſingl. Hear well pleasd the joyous sound Praiſe from Earth and Heavn receive ; Loſt, l now in Cantsr am found, Dead, by Eaith- in CHRisr i live. The lnvlta.nou.. FrazzHerber-t.. l. OME hither All, whoſe grovling Tafle Enſlaves y/our Souls, and lay them waſte; Save your Expence, and mend your cheer; Here Gonhimſelfs prepard and dreſt, Himſelf vouchſafes to be your Feaſt, In whom Alone all Dainties are.. - Il., 4 Come hither all. whom tempting Wine Bows to your Father Biduls Shrine, Sin all your Beaſt, and Senſe your God : Weep now for what youve.drank amiſs, And loſe your Tarſt: ſor ſenſual Bliſs, By drinking here your Saviours Blood. Ill. Come hither all, whom ſearching Pain, NVhom Conſciences loud Cries arraign, a Producing all your: Sins to view: _ Taſte 5 _ and diſmiſs your Guilty Fear, O taſte and ſee that GOD is here To heal your Soals and Sin ſubd-ue. B Come i

69 14 HYMNs dfldsacred Poems. IV. Come hither all, whom careleſs ſijoy Does with alluring Force deſtroy, While Iooſe ye range beyond your Rounds; True joy is here, that paſſes quite, And all your tranſient mean Delight Drowns, as a Wood, the lowfl Groundg. V. t Come hither all, whoſe idal-love. While fond the pleaſing Pain ye prove, Raiſes your fooliſh Raptures high : True l.ove is here ; whoſe dying Breath Gave Life to Us; who taſted Death, And caſting once no more can die. Vl." Lono, I have _now inyited All, And inſtant ſtill the Gueſts ſhall call: > sun ſhall 1 Air invite to Thee: For, O my Gon, it ſeems but right In mine, thy meaneſt Servants ſight, That where All is, there All ſhould be! On the CRUCIFIXXON. I. BHOLD the Saviour oſ Mankind NalPd to the ſhameſul Tree! How vaſt the Love that him inclind To bleed and die for Thee l ll. Hark how he groans l while Nature ſhakes, The And Temples EarthsVeil ſtrong in ſunder Pillars breaks, bend! ſi The ſolid Marbles rend.

70 HYMNS and SAcaen Poems. 5 Ill. Tis done! the precious Ranſoms paid ; Renirw my Soul, he cries a See where he bows his ſacred Headſ He bows his Head and dies l lv. But ſoon hell break Deaths envious Chair, And in ſull Glory ſhinel 0 Lamb ofgon, was ever Pain, Was ever Love like Thine i Part oſ theixiii Chapter aſ ISAIAH, Alterd from Mr. Norris. I. O common Vition this l ſee 1 ln more than human Majeſty l Who is this mighty Hero, who, With glorious Terror on his Brow P His deepldyd Crimſon Robes outvie The Bluſhes oſ the Morning Sky :, Lo, how triumphant he appears, 4 And Victry in his Viſage bears! > 1. How ſtrong, how ſtately ll. does he go P-ſi Pompous and ſolemn is his Face, And full of Majeſty his Face. Who is this mighty Hero, who? Tis I, who to my Promiſe ſtand 2 I, who Sin, Death, Hell, and the Grave Have foild with this all-conquring Hands Tis I, the Lo an, mighty to ſave. B a Why 5 H

71 15 HY-MNS and SAC man TUE Mr. lll Why wearſt Thou then this Crimſcn Dyei Say, thou all-conquering Hero. why? _W hy do thy Gar-ments look all red, Like them that in the Wine ſat tread? I he Wine-preſs l alcne have rrcd, That pondrous Maſsj plyd alone, And with me to afiiſt was none:. A Taflt, worthy the Son oſ Gon! TV. > Angels ſtood trembling at the Sight, Enragd, 1 put forth atl my Might, And down the Engine paſsd; the Force Put frighted Nature cut of Caurſe; The Bilcgd guth out, and cheguerd oer My Gnrments with its deepeſt (Bel-e; With glorious Stains bedcckd I ſtood, And Writ my Victory in Blood. - V. The Day, the fignal Day 1" come Vengcance oſ an my Foes to take ; The Day, when Death ſhall have its Doom. And the dark Kingdoms Fowrs ſhall ſhactke. I lookd, who 10 affiſt ſtood by ; Trembled HeavnsH-oſts ner venturd nigh 2 Evn to my Father dfd I_l*ock In Fain : My Father me ſorſaok! * \ Vl. A While amazd I was to ſue None to uphold ctor comfort me : Then I aroſe in Might arrayd, And calld my Fury to my Aid; My ſingle Arm the Battle won, And ſtrait thacclaiming Hoſts above Hymnd, in new Songs of Joy and Love, ycba-vab and his conquring Son. U a

72 H-Y um and SACRED Poz ma. 17 flbe MAGNIFJCAT.. I. Y Sad-extols the mighty Lord, In GOD the Saviour joys my Heart; Thou haſt not my low State abhorrd ; Now know I, Thou my Saviour art. U. Sorrows and Sighs are fled away! Peace now I feel, and Joy, and Reſi; _ chewd I hail the Feſtal Day, Henceforth by endieſs Ages bieſt. Ill. Great are the Things which Thou haſt done, How holy is thy Name, O LcRn! How wondrous is thy Mercy ſhewn To all that tremble at thy Wordl IV. Thy conquring Arm with Terror crownd Appeard, the Humble to ſuſtain : And all the Sons of Pride have ſound I heir boafied Wiſdcm void and vain. V, The Mighty, from their native Sky Caſt down, Thou haſt in Darkneſs bound; And raisd the Worms oſ Earth on high, With/Majeſty and Glory chwnd. VI.. The Rich have pind amidſt their Store, Nor eer the Way of Peace have trod 7 Mean while the hungry Soul-i thy Powr Filld with the Fulneſs of their God. I B 3. Cc me

73 "18 HYMNS andsac-rtttn Poems.. Vll. Come, Saviour, come, of old-decreed!2 Faithful and true be Thou conſeſt; By all Earths Tribes indbrabams Seed: Henceforth thro endleſs Ages bleſt. The B E L I E V E Rs Support I. Thou. to whoſe all-ſearching Sight The Darkneſs ſhineth as the Light, Search, prove my Heart; it pants for Thee :: O burſt theſe Bands, and ſet it free. 7 TL Waſh out its Stains, refine the Droffi, Nail my Affections to the Croſs!. Hallow each Thought; let all within, Be clean, as Thou, my Lo an, art deem. III. 11 in this darkſome Wild I ſtray,v Be Thou my Light, be Thou my Way :.. - No Foes, no Violence I fear, No Fraud, while Thou, my Go o, art near; When riſing Floods my Head oerflow, When ſinks my Heart in Waves of Woe, Jesu, thy timely Aid impart, And. raiſe my Head, and shear my Heart" V. Saviour, whereer thy Steps I ſee, Dauntleſs, untird 1 ſollow thee: O let thy Handctſuppmt me ſtill, Andleadme to thy holy Hill.

74 HYMNS and Sacann Poems. 19 VI.. If rough and thorny be my Way, My Strength proportion no my Day r Till Toil, and Grief, and Pain ſhall ceaſe, Where all is Calm, and Joy, and Peace; Living by C H R I S T. I. ESU, thy, houndleſs Love to m" J No Thought can reach, no Tongue declare ; O knit my thankſul Heart to Thee, And reign withouta Rival there. Thine wholly, Thine alone I am :. Be Thou alone my conſtant Flame.. lk. O grant, that nothing in my Sonſ May dwell, but thy pure Love alone : O may thy Love poſſeſs me whole, My joy, mytreaſure, and my Crown. Strange Fires ſar from my Soul remove, My evry Act, Word,.Thought, Be Love; Ill. O Love, how cheating is thy Ray P" All Pain before thy Preſence flies l. Care, Anguiſh, Sorrow melt away Whereer thy healing Beams ariſe : O Jasu, nothing may I ſee, Norhing hear, feel, or think but Thee ſ. ſi lv. Unwearyd may I this purſue, Dauntleſs to the high Prize aſpire ; Hourly within my Breaſt renew This only Flame, thisrheavnly Fire; And

75 no HYMNS and SACRED Poems. And Day and/ Night be all my Care To guard this ſacred Treaſute there. V. My Saviour, Thou thy Love to me In Want, in Shame, in Pain haſt ſhewd, _For me on the accurſed Tree Thou pouredll: forth thy guiltleſs Blood : Ihy Wounds upon my Heart impreſs, Nor ought ſhall the lo-v*d StamP effaee. VJ. More hard than Marble is my Heart. And foul with Sins of deepeſt flain ; But Thou the mighty Saviourart, Nor flowd thy cleanſing Blood in vain. Ah! ſoften, melt this Rock, and may ſhy Blood waſh all theſe Stains away. Vll. O thatmy Heart. which open ſtands, May catch each Drop, that tortring Pain Armd by my Sins, wrung from thy Hands, _ Thy l-"eet, thy Head, thy evry Vein -. That (till my Breaſt may heave with Sighs, Still Tears of Love oerflow my Eyes. Vlll. O that I, as a little Child, May follow Thee, nor ever reſt, Till ſweefly Thou haft pourd thy mild And lowly Mind into my Breaſt : Nor may we ever parted be Till l become one Sprit with Thee. IX. O draw me, Saviour, after Thee, So ſhall I run, and never tire z With gracious Words flill comfort me a Be Thou my Hope, my ſole Dcflre.

76 **4W *** -**.-r &limns andsacaen Ponus. Free me from evry Weight ; vnor Fear, N0r Sin can come, i-t Thou art here. - X. M_y Health, my Light, tmy Life, my Crown, My Portion-and my Treafure Thonl O take me, ſeal me ſor thine own ; To thee alone my Soul l bow. Without Thee all is Pain ; my Mind Repoſe in nought-but Thee can find. _ - XL *Howeer I rove_,- whereer I turn, I In Thee alone is all my Reſt: Be thou my Flame, within me burn, \, jesu, and 1 in Thee am ble-ſi. Thou art the Balrn of Life: My Soul Is ſaint i O ſave,_0:make it whole!. Xll. What inthy Love poſſeſs 1 not 2 My Star by Night, my Sun by Day; My ſpring of Life, when parchpd with DYOUght; My Wine to che-ar, my Bread to ſtay. My Strength; my Shield,*my ſafe Abode, My Robe before the Throne oſ Gon l. t. 4 Xlll. Ah Love! Thy Influence withdrawn, What profits me that I am born r All my Delight,"va Joy is gone, Nor know l Peace, till Thou return. Thee may I ſeek till I attain; And never may we part again. XIV. From all Eternity with Love Unchangeable Thou haſt me viewd ; Eer knew this beating Heart ito move, Thy tender Mercies me purſud :. an Ever G

77 . an. Hnms and SACR-ED Poems. Ever with me may they abide, i And cloſe me in on evry Side. 0 XV. *Still let thy Love point out my Way, (How wondrous Things thy Love hath wrought) _ Still lead me, leſt l go aſtray, Direct my Work, inſpire my Thought : And when I fall. ſoon may l hear Thy Voice, and know that Love is near. XVl. _ In Suffring be thy Love my Peace, In Weakneſs be thy Love my Powr 5 And when the Storms of Life ſhall ceaſe, je su, in that important Hour, In Death as Life be Thou my Guide, And ſave me, who for me haſt dyd! HYMN to CHRlſiS T. I. AVlOUR, the Worlds and Mine, k Was ever Grief like Thine? Thou my Pain, my Curſe haſt took, All my Sins were laid on Thee: Help me, Louo, to thee I look 3 Draw me, Saviour, after Thee. ll. Tis done! my Goo hath dyd, My Love is crucifyd l Break, this ſtony Heart of mine, Pour, my Eyes, a cealeleſs Flood, Feel, my Soul, the Pangs divine, Catch, my Heart, th iſiuing Blood I When,

78 . -_. _._.._J ----,,.. HYMNS and Sacnen Poems. 23 *. Ill. When, O my God, ſhall I For Thee ſubmit to die? How the mighty Debt repay, Lcnd Rival me of in thy Thylſieli, Paflion the prove Way, i Melt my Hardueſs into Love. lv. To Love is all my Wiſh, l only live for lhis : Grant ct There me, bylord, Faith for my ever Heart-5 dwell; Deſire, This l always will require, Thee, and only Thee to feel, V Thy Powr I pant to prove. Robted and fixd in Love, Strengthend by thy Spirits Might, Wiſe to fathom Things Divine, What the Length, and Breadth, and Height, What the Depth of Love like Thine. Vl. Ah! give me this to know, With all thy Saints below. Swells my Soul to compaſs Thee, Gaſps in Thee to live and move, \ - Filld with All the Deity, All immersd and loſt in Love!_ a HYMN

79 24, Hamms; and SACRED Pot; Ms. HYNN to CHRIST the Killg,_ i I. ESU, Thou art our King. 4 ſo Me thy humour bring. CHR Help lsl, forthe AllMighty on Thee One. is, art laid Thou, ; ſſ ſi * This the Word; l claim it now, bend me now the ptomisd Aid;. -. II. High on thy FatherFs Throne, O look with Pity down:! Help, O help! attend my Call,, Captive lead Captivity, King oſ Glory, Lord of All, t. Ciiitxsr, be Lord, bekingztoime!.*:-_. - * *- 4. I pant to feel thy Sit/ayI And) only- Thee tohey : Thee my Spirit gaſpa to meet, This my one, my ceaſelels Prayr, Make, O make my Heart-thy Seat, O let up thy Kingdom there! IY. Triunrph, and reign in Me, And ſpread thy Victory ; Hell, and Death, and Sin controul, Pride, and Selt, end evry Foe, All lſiubdue; thro all my toul, Conquring, and to conquer go. t ſprayer

80 HYMNS aldsacred Poems 25 Prayer tochmst before the Sacrarrrent. A I. Thou, whom Sinners love, whoſe Care Does all our Sickneſs heal, Thee we approach with Hearrs ſincere, Thy Powr we joy to feel. To thee our humbleſt Thanks we pay, To thee oursouls we bow ; Of Hell ere while the helpleſs Prey. Heirs of thy Glory now; II. As Incenſe to thy Throne above O let our Prayrs ariſe! O wing with Flames of holy Love Our living Sacrifice. Stir up thy Strength, O Louo oſ Might, Our willing Breaſts inſpire t Fill our whole Souls with Heavuly Light, L-lelt with ſeraphic Fire. HL From thy bleſl: Wounds our Life we draw 5 Thy all attoning Blood Daily we drink with trembling Awe; Thy Fleſh our daily Food. Come, Loan, thy ſovreign Aid imparr, _ Here make thy Likenels ſhine! Stamp thy whole image on- our Heart, And all our Souls be Thine!. 4 C IIYMN

81 26 Ham-No and SAc a a n-poe M-I. Hams the Sacramene. 1., ONS o{(;0n,_ triumphant-niſc,_, - Shout th accompliſhd Sacrifice I dnout your sins, in (in lst for ivn, Sons oſ Gon, and Heirs-of, Heat/la l, - lill. Ye that round our Altars throng, Liſtning Angels join the Song l " Sing with Us, )e Heavnly Powfrs, Pardon, Grace, and Glory Ours! m. Loves M) ſterious Work iszdonel Greet we now th act: ted Son, lleald and quickend y his Blood. Join-d to L n use, andoue with-gold. lv-. CniusT. ohllotrrl-lopcs the Sea] j Peace Divine in CHRlsT we feel, Pardon to our Souls applyd: Dead for All, for Me he dyd? n :. - V. Sin ſhall tyrarnize no more, Purgd its Guiltg diſiolvd its Powr; Jtsus makes cur llearts lris Throne, There he lives, and reigns alone,, Vl. Grace our evry Thonght-controuls,, Heavn is opend in our Souls, Everlaſling Life is won. Glory is on Earth begun. CnnsT

82 - Hyan um? SA cttmvn o To: m. 27 CHRlST in Us: in Hid) we ſee Fulneſs oſ the Deityfi Beam of the eternaltbea-mz Llſe dxvme we taſte inibim I. VHL Him we onlytaſte bekow; Mighfier Joys ordairrfl to know 2 Him when fully Ours we prove, Ours the Heavn oſycrlect bove! l > A L (Euxus r- protecting and ſh/zflzfling. T. Jew, ſourcexofcnlm choſe. - Þaireſt ſhy among Likemor ten chouſand Man, norfair-1. A ngel zknows =l ſi Evn thoſe whom Deaths fid-fcarersibound, Whom thickeſt Darkneſs competide round, Find-Light. and Life, if xhou appear. Tſſiigenſſce o? ſhe-light Il. divine, ſſ Ejgr rolling Plancts krzgw t_o ſhine, v - Ecr ffiime jm cauſeleſs Courſe begat] g. Thou, when th appointed Hour was come, Didſt not abhor the Viggins Womb, But Gon with God, wert Man with Man.. i, The World, Sin, Death, oppoſe inwain, Thou by thy dyingdeaih haſt flain, My great Delivrewand mych-n I In vain-dees the old Dragon agei ln vain all Hell its Powrs engage ;,- _Non6 can withſtand thy conquring Blood. C 2 Lo" m,->-,,. 4ld x- w. A-.._A_

83 ,, _..,_._ i i" **"" 28 HYMNs dldsacred Poems. IV. LoRD over all, ſent toſuifil Thy gracious Fathers ſovreign Will, To thy dread sceptre will 1 bow : With dutous Revrence at thy Feet, Lke humble Mary, lo, 1 ſit: Speak, Loxn, thy Servant heareth now. V. Renew thy Image, LoRD, in me, Lowly and gentle may I be i - No Charms but theſe to Thee are dear : No Anger mayſt thou ever find, No Pride in my unruffled Mind, But Faith and Heavn born Peace be there. Vl. A patient, a victorious Mind 1 hat, Life and all Things caſt behind, springs forth, obeoient to thy Call, A Heart, thatno Defire can move, But ſtill tadore, believe and love, Give me, my LoaD, my Life,my All. PUBLICK WORSHIP. I. O, Gon is here! let us adore, And own, how dreadful is this Place! LCI: all within us feel his Powr. And ſilent bow before his Face. Who know his Powr, his Grace who prove, serve Him with Awe, with Revrence love../ Lo

84 .-HYM_Ns and SLLCREDPOBMS. 29 i \ Lo, GOD is here! Himll. Day and-night Th united Choictrs of Angels ſing: To Him enthrond above all Height Diſdain Heavns not, Hoſts LoRo; their octur nobleſt meziner Praiſes Song. bring: - Who praiſe thee with a ſtammring Tongue. - Ill. Gladly the Toys of Earth we leave, Wealth, Pleaſure, Fame, for Thee alone}_ To thee our \Vill. Soul, Fleſh we give;" O take, 0 ſzl them for thy own. Thou art thegon: Thou art the Loud; Be Thou by all thy-worm adorld l lv.. Being of Beings, may our Praiſe ThyCourts with grateful Fragrance ſill, Still may we ſtand before thy Face, Stffl hearand do thy ſovreign Will. To thee may all our Thoughts ariſe, Ceaſeleſs, accepted Sacrificel- _ x V. - In thee we move; All Things eſſitheſſe Are full, thou ſource and Life ofſiall ſ Thou vaſt, unfathomable-sea! Fall profit-ate, loſt in Wonder,v tall Ye Sons oſ Men _*, for God is Man l All we may loſe, ſo thee We gain! Vl. - As Flow*rs their opning Leaves diſplayr And glad drink in the ſolar Fire, So may we catch thy evry Ray,_ So may thy influence us inſpire: Thou Beam oſ the Eternal Beam,. _Thou purging Fire, thou quicknirig Flame ſ,c 3 / ACT

85 ct 30 Hmtu and SA one P-OEM. Acts ii. 41, He," - -.I.. > HE Word pronouncd, the Goſpel-worfl, In many, The-Cer a Soul thewith Saviour various ſtirrd, Hwts meivfd: Three thouſand yielded, and believd. - ll. Theſe by th APoflles Counſel: led, With them-m ſimighty zp-rayrs eunibind Breke the commemorative Bread, - Nor from thefxllowſhip declind. l-lil. GOD from above, with ready Graicr, And Deedspt Wonder, guards his flock, Trembles the Word before their Face, By jesus cruſhd, their Conguking Roch.. "LV. The happy Band wth CHMST rede-eme, One only Will. our Judgment know L None this contentious Earth eſteems, Diflinctions, or. Delight: below... V. The Men oſ world-ly Weath poſſeſt, Their ſelfilli Nappineſs remove, Bell. and dividel it to the-mit, - And buy the bleſſedneſs oſ Loveſi Vl. Thus in the Preſenee oſ their igon, jesus their Liſe, and Heavh their Care, With ſingle Heart thev took their Food Heightend by Eutharifl: and Preyr _ GOD

86 &ſun-s and SA on Poems. 31 > V-l l. Gon in thdirevffy Work waspraiski; * The People bleſsldſſhe Law behighl Daily the Lhurch his Am had raiad, Receivd the Sons of.metcy.in. \ GRA nt-ranne for our Convenslom._.[_ HEE will ITlove, my Strength, my Tow, "I hee-wiſi il love. m v joy, <my*wau, Thee will I love with-all mypowr, [nall my Works, and thee-alone? Thee will l love till the pure Fire Fill my whole Soul with thuſh: Deſire. ctli... Ah l why didl ſo-late theelmow. Thee, lovelier than the Sons-oſ Men! Ah! why did I.n0 ſooner go To thee, the only ſieaſe in Pain! r _ l Aſhamd 1 ſigh, and inly mourn r _ in That I ſo late to thee did turn. ſi i 3 JH. - In Darkneſs willingly l ſtrayd, I ſought Thee, yeuf-rom ljmt flovffl: For wide my Wandring Thoughts were ſ; read, Thy Creatures more than lhee I lovd. And now. iſ more at length l ſee,, Tis thro thy Light, and comes kfrom Thee. i * lv. I thank Thee, Unceeated Sun, That thy bright Beams on me have ſhind: I thank

87 32,HYMN$ and SACRED, Poems. l thank Thee, who hall: overthrown My Foes. and heald my Wounded Mind: I thank ſhee, whoſe enlivning Voice * Bids my free Heart in lhee rejoice. V Uphold me in the doubtſul Race, Nor ſuffer me again to ſtray : Strengthen my Feet with ſteady Pace Still to preſs forward in thy Way. My Soul and Fleſh, O Loan of Might, - ) Fill, ſatiate With thy heavnly Light. Vl.. Give to my Eyes refreſhing Tears. Give to my Heart chaſte, hallowd Fires, Give to my Soul with filial Fears The Love that all Heavns Hoſt inſpires : " That all my Powrs with all their Might " In thy ſole Glory may unite. Vll. Thee will l love, my Joy, my Crown I Thee will I love, my LORD, my GOD T Thee will I love, beneath thy Frown Or smile, thy Sceptre, or thy Rod. What tho my Fleſh and Heart decay l Thee ſhall I, love in endleſs Day 1 Boldneſs ill the Goſpel. a I HALL I, for ſeactr of feeble Man, * Thy Spirits Courſe in me reſtrain Z Or undiſmayd, in Deed and Word Be a true Witneſs tomy LORDB Lwa

88 w Hnms and Sacxen Ponms. 53 ll. Awd by a Mortals Frown, ſhall I Canon] the Word of Gon moſt high? How then before thee ſhall I dare To ſtand, or how thy Anger bear 2 lll. Shall I, to ſooth th unholy Throng, Soſtſſen tthruths, and ſmooth mytongue!* To gain Earths gilded Toys, or flee The Croſs endurd, my Gon by Thee 2. lv. - What then is he, whoſe Scorn Idread? Whoſe Wrath or Hate makes me afraid? A Man! an Heir oſ Death, a Slave To Sin! a Bubble on the Wave! V. Yeaſlet Man rage l ſince Thou wilt ſpread, Thy ſhadowing Wing around my Head. Since in all Pain thy tender Love Will ſtill my ſweet Refreſhment prove. vr. Saviour oſ Men! thy ſearching Eye Does all my inmoſt Thought: deſcry : Doth ought on, Earth my Wiſhes raiſe a Or the Worlds Favour, or its Praiſe I Vll. The Love of Cnn [ST does me conſtrain To ſeek-the wandring Souls oſ Men: With Lries, lntreaties, Tears, to ſave, To ſhaw-t: them from the gaping Grave. - For

89 , (34 mſdfiabazenpad-flis. VllL For this letmert evilezrary Name, No Croſs I ſhttn. l ſeat-io shame: All hail, Reproneh,. and-welcome Pain! Only thy 1 erlotze. haunteth,ail TIX. - My Life. myblood, I -herei rtſent a Iſſor thy Truth they many be pent. Fulfil thy fevreign Counſel, Lo wi 1hy Will lie-done! thlname-adoedl. X Give,me thystrength, GoD ofpowr,r Then let Wind: Blow, or Thunder-s Ten, I hy faithful LWimcts will 1 bt-- ſis fixd! tent-do allthrothkel - TlH-nm je Cſſfiflme-day,,. II. ARK how all the Welkin rings * Glory to the King of Kings, " Peace oſſearch, "ondm-erey mild, " GoD and Sinnema-eooneild!. )ll, joyſul all ye Nations riſe, Join the Triumph of the si-ties, Univerſal Nature ſay " CH atst, the ELUKD, is-þdm To dayl l-ll.. mix-. CHRIsT, by hi heſt Heavn adord, Ca R is r, the everiſting Lo Ro, - Late in Time behold Him come, offspring of a Virgins Womb. Veild

90 X me xzs anlflmchn Po i M s IV. Veild in Fleſh. the Godheac] ſee, Hail th incarnate Deity l Pleasd as Man with Men t eſpear, jzsvs, oir Immnauel her-e l V. Hail the Heavn born Prince-oflPeacel Hail the Sun of Righteouſneſsl Light, and Life, and All he Brings, Risn with Healiqgjn: his; Wings; VI.. Mild he lays his Gloryhy, Born-that Man no more may die, Born-to raiſe the Sons oſ Earth, Born-to give them ſecond Birth. VIl. Come, Deſire ol Nations, come, Fix in Us thy humble Home, Riſe, the Womans Conqurjtrg Seed, Bruiſe in Us the Serpentffs Head. Now diſplay thyſiſiſaving VI-IL. Powrz, Ruind Nature now reſtore; * Now in myſtic Union join. Thine to Ours, and Ours to Thine. * r lx. Adams Likeneſs, Lo R effme, Stamp thy Image in its Place, Second Adam from above, _ Reinflate us in thy Love. - - * X.- \ - _ Let us Thee, tho Ibſl, regain, Thee, the Life, theſſnnerſſman: ſi O l to alhhyſelſimplart; Formd in each Believing Heart. IIYM

91 36 HYMNS dfidsacred Poems.. HYMN fir be EPIPHANY. I. ONS oſ Men, behold him ſar Hail the long expected Star! Jacobs Star that gilds the Night, Guides bewilderd Nature right. t II. Fear not hence that lll ſhould flow, Wars or Peſtilence below, Wars it bids, and Tumults ceaſe, Uſhring in the Prince ofpeace. lll, Mild He ſhines on all beneath, Piercing thro the Shade oſ Death. Scattring Errdrs wide-ſpread Night, Kindling Darkneſs into Light. - IV- ſ Nations all, far off and near, Haſte to ſee your Gon appear! Haſte, ſor Him your Heart: prepare, Meet Him manifefied there! V. There behold the Day-ſpring riſe, Pouring Eye-ſight on your Eyes, Shining GOD in to his the own perfect Light Day. ſurvey, i VI. Sing, ye Morning-ſtars again, Goo deſcends on Earth to reign, Deigns for Man his Liſe t employ, Shour, ye Sons oſ GOD, for joy I HYMN

92 ffimns and SACRED Porus 37 HYM N ſhr EAerne-DAY. I.., ſ.( HRIST, the Lonn, is risn To day," Sons oſmen and Angels ſay, Raiſe your Joys and Triumphs high, Sing ye Heavns, and Earth reply. * U. Loves Redeeming_Work is done, Fought the Fight, the Battle won; Lo! our Suns Eclipſe is oer, Lo l he ſets in Blood no more. Ill. Vain the Stone, the Watch, the Seal CHRLST has burſt thesgates of Hell; Death in vain forbids his Riſe: CH KlST has opend Paradiſe l Il Lives again our glorious King, Where, O Death, is now thy Sting i Dying once he All doth ſave, Where thy Victory, O Grave? * V. Soar we now, where CHRIST has led Y Following our exalted Head, Made like Him, like Him we riſe, Ours the Croſs-the Grave-the Skies!, VI. What tho once we periſhd All, Partners in our Parents Fall i. Second Life we All receive, In our Heavnly Adam live, D Risn

93 A _ 38 HYMN; and Sacnen Poems. Vll. Risn with Him, we upward move, Still we ſeek the Things above, Still purſue and kiſs the Son, " Seated on his Fathers l hrone. Vlll.. Scarce on Earth a Thought beſtow, Dead to all we leave below, t Heavn our Aim. and lovd Abode, Hid our Life with Lnitisrr in Gon. lx. Hid ; till Cmusr our Life appear, Glorious in his Members here: " Joind to Him, we then ſhall ſhine All lmmortal, all Divine l X. Hail the Loan oſ Earth and Heavn ; Praiſe to Thee by both be givn : T hee we greet, triumphant now ; Hail the Reſurrection 1 hou! XI. King of Glory, Soul of Bliſs, Everlaſting Life is this, Thee to know, thy ſowr to prove, Thus to ſing, and thus to love l HY MN for ASCENsmN-DA v. I. A I L the Day that ſees him riſe, I- Raviſhd from our niſhſul Eyes z CHR st a while to Mortals givn, Re-aſcends his native Heavn! There

94 HYMNS and ſisaczenſipoems, Il. There the pompous Triumph waits, * Lift your Heads eternal Gates, " Wide unfold the radiant Scane, " Take the King of Glory in! - ill. Circled round with Angel Powrs, Their triumphant Loan and ours, Conquror over Death and Sin, Take the King of Glory in l lv. Tho returning to his Throne, Still-he calls Mankind his own. Him tho higheſt Heavn receives; Still he loves the Earth he leaves. V. See! he liſts his Hands above! See! he ſhews the Prints of Love l Hark! his gracious Lips beſtow Bleſſings on his Church below l Vl Still for us his Death he pleads) Prevalent, He intercedes ; Near himlelf prepares our Place, Harbinger of human Racez Vll. Maſter, (will we ever ſay) Taken from our Head To-day 3 See thy faithful Servants, ſee! Ever gazing up to Thee. - Vlll. Gmnt. tho parted from our Sight: High above yon azure Height, Dz

95 40 HYMNS aidsacnx-zn Pozus. Grant our Heart: may thither riſe, Following ſhee b6ycnd the Skiese lx. Ever upward let us move. Waſted on the Wings oſ Love, Looking when our Lord (hill come, Lot-ging, gaſping after Home. X. There we ſhall with Thee remain,v Partners of 1 by endleſs Reign 3 lheie thy Face unclouded ſee, Find our Heavn ot Heavns in Thee I HYM Nſor WHIrSUNDAY. I. \ RANTED is the Saviours Prayr, 1 Sent the gracious Comforter ; Promiſe of our parting Lo R o, j-iws to his Heavn reſtord :: Iſ. ſſ Crrntsr; who now gone up on high, Captive leads Captivity, While his Foes from Him receive Grace, that Gon with Man may live. Ill. Gan, the everlaſting Gov, Makes with Morrals his Abode, Whom the Heavns cannot contain, He vouchſakes to dwell in Mant Never

96 _ Hnms dfldsacred Form-s. 41 lv. Never will he thence depart, Inmate ofan humbleheart ; Carr) ing on his Work within, Striving till he caſt out Sin. V. There he helps our feeþle Means, Deepens our imperfect Groansp lntercedes in Silence there,, Sighs th Unutterable Prayr. Vl. Come, divine and peaceful Gueſt, Enter our devoted Breaſti HOLY Gnosr, our Hearts inſpire, Kindle there the Goſpel fire. ſſ Vll; Crown the agonizing Strife, Principal, and Lon o of Life; Life divine in us renew, / Thou the Gift and Giver too :- Vll-l. Now deſcend and ſhake the Earth, Wake us into ſecond Birth ;v Now thy quickning Influence give, Blow-and theſe dry Bones ſhall lwe. IX. Brood Thou oer our Natures Night, Darkneſs kindles into Light; Spread thy over ſhadowing Wings, Order from Conluſion ſprings. X. Pain, and Sin, and Sorrow ceaſe, Thee we taſte. and all is Peace ; Joy divine in lhee we prove, Lightof Truth, and Fire of Love; D 3 Bonw

97 42. HYMNSMdSACREDſiPOEMS JOHN xvi. 24. Ask, andye ſhall receive, that your Je) may be full. _ I. ISE, my Soul, with Ardor riſe, Breath thy Wiſhes to the Skies; Freely pour out all thy Mind, Seek, and thou art ſure to find ; Ready art thou to receive? Readier is thy GOD to give. Il. Heavnly Father, Gop of all, Heat, and ſhew Thou hearſt my. Call; Let my Cries thy Throne aflail Entring now within the Veil : Give the Benefits I claim Loao, I aſk in Jesus Name l. Ill. Friend of Sinners, King of Saints, Anſwer my minutefl: Wants, All my largeſt Thonghts require, Grant me all my Hearfls Deſire, Give me, till my Cup run oer, All, and infiniter more. IV. Meek and lowly be my Mind, Pure my Heart, my Will reſignd 1. Keep me dead to all below, Only CHRIST reſolvd to know,. Firm, and diſengagd, and free, Seeking all my Bliſs in.thce.. Suffir

98 Hamms and Sncnen Poems. 43 V. Suffer me no more to grieve, Wanting what Thou longfl: to give, Shew me all thy Goodnels, Lonn, Beaming from th incarnate Word, CHRLST, in whom thy Glories ſhine, Efflux of the Light divine. VI. Since the Son hath made me free, Let me taſte my Liberty, Thee behold with open Face, Triumph in thy ſaving Grace, Thy great Will delight to prove, Glory in thy perfect Love. VlI. Since the Son hath bought my Peace, Mine thou art, as I am his ; Mine the Comforter I ſee, CHRlsT is full of Grace for me r Mine (the Purchaſe of his Blood; All the Pleuitude of Gon. VHI. Abba Father T hear thy Child Late in jesus reconcild l Hear, and all the Graces ſhowr, All the joy, and Peace, and Pow All my Saviour aſks above, - All the Life and Heavn of Love. IX. Lonn, I will not let thee go! Till THE BLeserG thou beſtow : Hear my Advocate divine: Lo; to His my Suit I join: Joind to His it cannot ſail-_-_-. Bleſs me, for I will prevail Stoop

99 44 HYMNS and Sacun Poems. X Stoop from thy eternal Throne, See, thy Promiſe calls Thee down ſ High and lofty as Thou art, Dwell within my worthleſs Heart! Hear. a fainting Soul revive ; Here for ever walk and live. Xl. Heavnly Adam, Liſe divine, Change my Nature into Thine : Move, and ſpread throughout my Soul, Actuate and fill the whole: Be it l no longer now, Living in the fleſh, but Thou. Xll. Hour Gnosr, no more delay, Come, and in thv Temple ſtay ; Now thy inward Witneſs bear, Strong, and Fermanent, and clear ;. Spring oſ Life, Thyſelfimpart, Rile eternal in my Heart! LONGING I. ITH bending Knees, and aking Eyes, Weary and faint, to Thee my Cries, Io Thee my Tears. my Groans I ſend: O when ſhall my Complaining: end? * Il. Witherd my Heart, like barren Ground? Accursd of Gaul; my Head turns round,. My Throat is hoarle: I faint, l fall, _th falling, fiill for Pity call: Eternal

100 Hvuns and Sacaen Poems. 45 Ill. Eternal Streams of Pity flow, From Thee their ſource to Earth below ; Mothers are kind, becauſe thou art, Thy Tenderneſs oerflows their Heart. Vl. LORI) of my Soul, bow down thine Ear, Hear, Bowels of Compaſiion, hear! O give not to the Winds my Prayr: Thy Name, thy hallowd Name is there! V. \ Look on my Sorrows, mark them well, i he Shame, the Pangs, the Fires l fee] ;. Conſider, Lono, thine Ear incline!l Ihy Son hath made my Suffrings thine. - V!" Thou, Jew, on th accurſed Tree Didſt bow thy dying Head ſor- me; Incline it. now! Who made the Ear, Shall he, ſhall he forget to hear L, Vll. See thy poor Duſt, in Pity ſee, It ſtirs, it creeps; it aims at Thee! Haſte, ſave it from the greedy Tomb! Come!-ſſ---Evjry Atom bids Thee come! Vlll. Tis thine to help! Forget me not!. O be thy Mercy neer forgot! I ockd is thy Ear!. Yet ſtill my Plea. May ſpeed; for Mercy keeps the Key. r IX. Thou tarryſt. while I ſink, I die, And ſall to nothing! Thou on high Seeſt me undone. Yet am l ſtild By thee (loſt as l- am) thy Child L Didſt _ -. i - --._cmw-lill:y3> _A;.-

101 ,,46 HvMUs afldsacn-ed Poems. X. Didſt Thou for this forfake thy Throne? Where are thy ancient Mercies gone? Why ſhould my Pain, my Guilt iurvive, And Sin be dead,- yet Sorrow live? XI. Yet Sin is dead ; and yet abide, - Thy Promifes; they ſpeak, they chide: They in thy Bofom pour _my Tears, And my Complaints preſent as theirs. Xll. Hear, Jew l hear my broken Heart! Broken ſo long, that evry Part - Hath got a Tongue that neer ſhall ceaſe, Till thou pronounce, " Depart in Peace." _, xm. _ My Love, my Saviour, hear my Cry; By theſe thy Feet at which I lie! Pluck out thy Dart! Regard my Sighs ; Now heal my Soul, or unwit dies, _ a. GODs Love to Mankind. I. Go n, of Good th unfathomd Sea, Who would not give his Heart to Thee F Who would not love Thee with his Might? 0 JEsU, Lover of Mankind, Who would not his whole Soul and Mind with all his Strength to thee unite t _ U. Thou ſhinſt with everlafling Rays ; Before th unſufferable Blame _ Angela

102 HYMNS and SACRED Poems. 47 Angels with both Wings veil their Eyes: Yet free as Air thy Bounty ſtreams On all thy Works. thy Mercys Beams, Diffuſive as thy Sun"s, ariſe. lli. Aſtoniſhd at thy ſrowning Brow, Earth, Hell and Heavns ſtrong Pillars bow, Terrible Majeſty is Thine! Who then can that vaſt Love expreſs Which bows Thee down to me, who leſs Than nothing an, till Thou art mine i lv. High-thrond on Heavns eternal Hill, In Number, Weight, and Meaſure ſtill Thou ſweetly orderſt all that is: And yet Thou deignſt to come to me, And guide my Steps, that I with Thee Enthrond, may reign in endleſs Bliſs. V.. Fountnin of Good. all Bleſſing flows From Thee; no Want thy Fulncſs knows: What but Thyſelſ canſt Thou deſire 2 Yes ; ſelf-ſufficient as Thou art, Thou doſt deſire my worthleſs Heart, 1 his, only This Thou doſt require. VI. Primazval Beauty! in thy Sight * The firſt-born, faireſt Sons of Light See all their brighteſt Glories ſade: What then to me thy Eyes could turn, In Sin conceivd, of Woman born. A Worm, a Leaf, a Blaſt, a Shade? - VII. Hells Armies tremble at thy Nod, And trembling own thalmighty GOÞ sovreign

103 48 HYMNS and SA arten Poe MS. Sovreign oſ Earth, Air, Hell and sky. But who is this that comes from far, Whoſe Garmeuts rolld in Blood appear P Tis Goo made Man, ſor Man to die! Vlll. O GOD, oſ Good th unſathomd Sea, Who would noc give his Heart to Thee? Who would not love Thee with his Might t O Jesu, Lover oſ Mankind, * Who would not his whole Soul. and Mind, With all his Strength, to "1 hee unite? HYMN 01 the ſit/ar oſchrist, I. RI S E my Soul, ariſe Thy Saviours Sacrifice! All the Names that Love could find, All the Forms that Love could take, Jesus in himſelf has joind, Thee, my Sog, his own to make. I I. Equal with Gou moſt high, He laid his Glory by : He. th eternal Gon, was born, Man with Men he deignd t appear, Object oſ his Creatures Scorn, Pleasd a Servants Form to wear. Ill. Hail everlaſting LORD, Divine, incarnate Word! Thee let all my Powrs confeſs, Thee my lateſt Breath proclaim; Help, ye Angel Choirs to bleſs, Shout the lovd Immamls Name. w Fruit 7_>_ e._,_.;== =

104 Hnms andsacaen Porus 49 lv. Fruit oſ a Virgins Womb The promisd Bleſſings come: CH R lst, the Fathers Hope of old, C H R isf. the H/omars conquring Sed, CHRlST, the Saviour, long foretold, Born to bruiſe the Serpents Head. V, Reſulgent from afar, See the bright [flaming-ſtar! See the Day-ſpring from on high, Late in deepeſt Darkneſs, riſe, Night recedes, the Shadows fly, Flame with Day the opning Skies! Vl. Our Eye on Earth ſurvey The dazzling Sber/yinab ſ Bright in endleſs Glory bright; Now in Fleſh he ſtoops to dwell, GOD oſgop, and Light oſ Light, Image of th inviſible.. Vll. He ſhines on Earth adord, The Prejknre oftbt LORD : GOD, the mighty GOD and true, Gon by higheſt Heavn con ſeſt, Stands diſplayd to mortal View, Gou ſupreme, for ever bleſt. Vlll. jesu! to Thee I bow, Ih Almightys Fel/ow Thou! Thou the Fathers only Son; Pleasd He ever is in Thee, juſt, and holy, Thou alone, Full oſ Grace andſſruth-ſor me. R High

105 50 HvMNs and Sacnen Poems. lx. 1 High above evry Name, JEsUS, the great 1 AMct! BOWs to YESUS evry Knee, Things in Heavn, and Earth, and Hell, Saints adore him, Demons flee, Fiends, and Men, and Angels feel. X. He leſt his Throne above, Emptyd of all," but Love: Vvhom the Heavns cannot contain Goo vouchſafd a Worm t appear, Loan oſ Glory, Son zffiman, " " Poor, and vile, and abject here. XI. His own on Earth he ſought, His own receivd him not : Him. a Sign by All blaſphemd, Out caſt and deſpisd of Men, Him they all a Madman deemd, Bold to_ſcoff the Nazarene. Xll. Hail GaIi/Mt King l Thy humble State 1 ſing ; Never ſhall my Triumphs end, Hail derided Majeſtyi. Jesus, hail l the Sinners Friend, * Frfmd aſ Pudzimm-and Me!* Xlll. Thine Eye pbſervd my Pain, Thou good Samaritan l Spaild I lay, and bruisd by Sin, Gaſpd my ſaint, expiring Soul, Wine and Oil thy Love pourd iu, Closd my wounds, and made me whole.

106 Hamms and SACRED Poems. XIV. Hail the Life giving Lou o, Divine, engrafted Word! Thee the Life my Soul has found, Thee the Rg/ixrrzctian provd : Dead I heard the quickning Sound, Ownd thy Voice i believd and lovd i _ XV. With Thee gone up on high p I live, no more to die: Firſt and Luſt, l feel Thee now, Witneſs of thy empty Tomb, J/p/m and Oruga Thou - Waſt, and art, and art to come I 5t HYMN to CHRISTQ. l. STILL, O my Soul prolong \ The never ceaſing Song! Cyrus-r my Theme, my Hope, my Joy;" His be all my happy Days, Praiſe my evry Hour employ, Evry Breath be ſpent in Praiſe. If. His would I wholly be Who livd and dyd for me s Grief was all his Life below. Pain, and Poverty, and Loſs : Mine the Sins that bruisd him ſo, Scourgd and naild him to the Croſ. Ez _ He

107 _. 52 Hnms andsacaen Poems, lll. He bore the Curſe of All, A ſpotleſs Crtminal z Burdend with a World of Gufit, Blackend with Impaml Sin, Man o ſave his Blood he ſpilt.. Dyd, to make the Sinner clean. lv. join Earth and Heavn to bleſ ſ he LORD our Rightnunu/J I Myſlry oſ Redemption 1 his, 1 s the Savioufs ſtrange Deſign, Mans Offence was counted his, Ours is Righteouſneſs divine. V. t Far as our Parents Fall The Gift is come to All r - Sjnnd We all, and dyd in One I juſt in One we all are made, Can tsr the Law fulfilld alone, Dyd for All, for All obeyd. Vl. In him compleat we ſhine, His Death, his Life is mine. Fully am l juſtifyd, Free from Sin. and more than free e Guiltleſs, ſince for me he dyd, Righteous, ſince he livd for me! Vll. Jesu l? to Thee I bow, Savd to the utmoſt now. O the Depth of Love divine! Who thy Wiſdoms Stores can tell E Knowledge infinite is Thine, All thy Ways unſearchable!

108 HYMNS aidsacnkd Poems. 53 I. ORD, not unto Me (The Whole I diſclaim) All Glory to Thee Thro Je su ss Name! Thy Gifts and thy Grace Pourd down from above, Demand all our Praiſes, Our Thanks, and our Love. ll. Thy Faithfulneſs, LORD, Each Moment we find, So true to thy Word, So loving and kind ; Thy Mercy ſo tender To all the loſt Race, The fouleſt Offender May turn, and find Grace. Ill. The Mercy I feel. To others l ſhew, I ſet to my Seal That Jesus is true a Ye all may find Favour Who come at his Call t O! come to my Saviour, His Grace is ſo: all. [VL To ſave what was loſt From Heaven he came;" Come, Sinners, and truſt In JEsUss Name; He offers you Pardon, He bids you " Be free," _" If Sin is your Burden, (ſ _O come unto Me! E I O listſ

109 54 Hnms andsacaeo Poe us. V. O let me commend My Saviour to you. The Publicans Friend And Advocate too : For you be is pleading His Merits and Death With Goo interceding For Sinners beneath. _, vl Then let us ſubmit His Graoe to receive, Full down at his Feet, And gladly believe a We all are forgiven For je au ss ſake, Our ſitle to Heaven His Merits we take..i. - Y Gon (if I may call Thee mine _ From Heavn and Thee removd ſo far) Draw nigh ; thy pitying Ear incline, And caſt not out my languid Prayr. Gently the Weak Thou lovſt to lead, Thou lovſt to prop the feeble knee ; O. break not then a bruiſed Reed, Nor quench the ſmoaking Flax in me. Il. Buried in Sin, thy Voice l hear, And burſt the Barriers of my Tomb, In all the Mttrlu of Death appear, Forth at thy Call, tho bound, l comes Give me, O give me fully, LORD, Thy Rcſurrtctions Powr to know : Free

110 HYMNS aadsacnen Poems. 55 Free me indeed, pronounce the Word, And looſe my Bands, and let me go. Ill. Fain would I go to Thee, my GOD, Thy Mercies and my Wants to tell: I feel my Pardon ſeald in Bloodt Saviour thy Love_l wait to feel., Freed from the Powr of canceld Sin: When ſhall my Soul triumphant prove? Why breaks not out the Fire within In Flame: of joy and Praiſe and Love?. lv. When ſhall my Eye affect my Heart, Sweetly diſſolvd in gracious Tears? Ah, Lou D, the Stone to Fleſh convert! And till thy lovely Face appears, Still may l at thy Footſtool keep, And watch the Smile of opningheavn : Much would l pray, and love. and weep; I would, for l have much forgivn. V. Yet. O! ten thouſand Luſts remain, And vex my Soul abſolvd from Sin, Still rebel Nature ſtrives to reign, Still am I all unclean, unclean! Aſſaild by Pride, allurd by Senſe, On Earth the Creatures court my ſtay; Falſe flattring Idols, get ye hence, Created Good be far away! Vl. Jesu, to Thee my Soul aſpires,. Jesu, to Thee l plight my Vows, ct Keep me from earthly baſe Deſires, My Go n, my Saviour, and my Spouſe. Fountain of all-ſufficient Bliſs, fi hou art the Good I ſeek below; * ſſ, Fulneſs

111 v 56 HYMNS and SACRED Poems. Fulneſs of joy in Thee there is, Without tis Misry all and Woe. Vll. Take this poor wandring, wort-bleſs Heart, its Wandrings all to ſhee are known, May no falſe Rival claim a Part, Nor Sin diſſeize Thee of thine own. Stir up thy interpofing Powr, Save me from Sinx from idols ſave, Snatch me from fierce Tem ptationfs Hour, And hide, O hide me in the Grave L Vlll. I bia-w Thou wilt accept me Now, I bia-w my Sins are now ſorgivn ſ My Head to Death O let me bow, Nor keep my Life, to loſe my Heavn. Far from this Snare my Soul remove, This only Cup l would decline, I deprecate a Creature-Love, O take me, to ſecure me Thine. lx Or il thy wiſer Will ordain Tlie Trial l would die to ſhun, Welcome the Striſe, the Grief, the Pair-r, Thy Name be praisd, thywiil be done If I from thy Hand the Cup receive, Meekly ſubmit to thy Decree, Gladly for Thee conſent to live!i Thou, LORD, haſt livd, haſt dyd for me! IsAlAH xliii. I, 2, 3. I. EACE, doubting Heart-my Goos I am! Who ſormd me Man forbids my Fear : _1 he Lo no ha_.5h eglld me by my Name,

112 HYMNS and SACRED Poems. 57 The LORn protect: for ever near: His Blood for me did once attone, And fiill he loves, and guard: his own.. II. When paſſing thro the watry Deep, I aſk in Faith his promisd Aid, The Waves an awſul Diſtance keep, And ſhrink from my devoted Head : Fearleſs their Violence I dare, They cannot harm, for Gon is there! Ill. To Him my Eye of Faith I turn, And thro the Fire purſue my Way; i The Fire forget: its Powr to burn, The lambent Flames around me play : I own his Powr, accspt the Sign, And ſhout to prove the Saviour mine. IV. Still nigh me, O my Saviour, ſtand,. And guard in fierce Temptations Hour; Hide in the Hollow of thy Hand, Shew forth in me thy ſaving Powr. Still be thy Arm my ſure Deience, Nor Earth nor Hell ſhall pluck me thence.. V. Since Thou haſt bid me come to thee, (Good as thou art, and ſtrong to ſave) Ill walk oer Liles tempeſtous Sea, Up-born by the unyielding Wave; Dauntleſs, tho Rocks of Pride be near, And yawning Whirlpools of Deſpair. VI. When Darkneſs intercepts the Skies, And Sorrows Waves around me roll;,. When

113 58 HYMNs and Sacnen Per When high the Storms of Paffion riſe, And halſ oerwhelm my ſinking Soul ; My Soul a ſudden Calm ſhall feel, And hear a. Whiſper, " Peace, be ſtill." Vll. Tho in Affiictions Furnace tryd, Unhurt, on Snakes and Deaths Ill tread ; Tho Sin aſſail, and Hell thrown wide Poor all its Flames upon my Head, Like Ma/tr Buſh lll mount the higher, And flouriſh unconſumd in Fire. Dialogue of ANGELS and MEN. I. ditch. E Worms oi Earth our Goo admir, The Gon of Angels praiſe; Man. Praiſe him (or us ye Angels Chair, The Earth born Sons of Grace. ll. Ang. His Image view, in Us diſplayd His nobler Creatures view, Man. Lower than you our Sonls he made 3 But he redeemd, them too. Ang. Men. Ang. lil As Gods we did in Glory ſhine, Before the World began : Our Nature too becomes divine, And GOD himſelf is Man. * lv. He cloathd us in theſe Robes of Light, The shadow of his Son : Men.

114 _ Men. Anctg. Men. Ang. Men. HYMNS and SAcnrzn Poems. 59 We with tranſeendent Glory bright Have CHRIST himſelf put on. V. Spirits like him he made us be, A pure Ethereal Flan e 5 Joind to the Lonn,one Spirit w With Jews are the ſame. Vl. We ſee him on his dazzling Throne, Crownshe to us imparts : To us the King of Kings comes down And reigns within our Hearts. VII. lng. ſi Pure WeasAngels he didnever at firſtſell create, : Men. He ſaves us in our loſt Eſtate, And reſcues Man from Hell. Vlll. ſing. When others finnd, we faithful provd, His Love preſervd us true; Mt. Yet own that we are more belovd, He never dyd for you. I-X Ang. Worms oſ the Earth, to you we own * The nobler Grace is givn : Then praiſe with us the great Three One Till we all meet in Heavn. FREE GRACE. I ſ ND can it be, that I ſhould gain 1 An Intreſt in the Saviours Blood! yd he for me.p_ tvho causd his Pain l Far me P-who him to Death purſud. Amazing

115 . \ (9,,._,..._m 60 HYMNS and Sacrum Poem. Amazing Love! how can it be That Thou, my Goo, ſhouldſt die for me? ll Tis Myſtry all! th immortal dies l Who can explore his ſtrange Deſign! In Vain the firſt born Seraph cries To ſound the Depths oſ Love Divine; Tis Mercy all 1 let Earth adore; Let Angel Minds enquire no more. lll. He leſt his Fathers Throne above, (So ſree, ſo infinite his Grace i) Emptyd himſelf oſ All, but Love, And bled for Adams helpleſs Race; Tis Mercy all, immenſe and free! For, 0 my Gop, it found out me! lv. Long my impriſond Spirit lay, Faſt bound in Sin and Natures Night; Thine Eye diffusd a quickning Ray;, I woke; the Dungeon flamd with Light; My Chains ſell off, my Heart was free, I roſe, went forth, and followd Thee. V. Still the ſmall inward Voice I hear, That whiſpers all my Sins for-givn: Still th attoning Blood is near, That quenchd the VVrath of hoſtile Heavn: 1 feel the Life his Wounds impart, 1 feel my Saviour in my Heart. Vl. No Condemnaiion now I dread, Jesus, and all in him,_ is mine: Alive in him, my living Head, And cloathd in Righteouſneſs divine, Bold I approach th eternal Throne, And claim the Crown, thro CHRisT, my own. - F -.I N I S.

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