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Salvation by grace.
Eph. ii. 5.
RACE! 'tis a charming sound!
Heav'n with the echo shall resound,
2. Grace first contriv'd a way
3. Grace led my roving feet
To tread the heav'nly road;
4. Grace all the work shall crown,
It lays in heav'n the topmost stone,
Hymn 189. c. M.
F God to build the house deny,
And towns, without his wakeful eye,
2. Before the morning-beams arise,
3. Short be your sleep, and coarse your In vain, till God has blest;
But if his smiles attend your care,
4. Nor children, relatives, nor friends,
Hymn 190. L. M.
URS'D be the man, forever curs'd,
"Death and damnation on the first, "Without relief and infinite.”
2. Thus Sinai roars; and round the earth
Cries, "Father let the rebels live." 5. Go you that rest upon the law,
And toil and seek salvation there;
6. But I'll retire beneath the cross:
Hymn 191. c. M.
Our duty to God. Exod. xx. 3—12.
HAT God, who made the worlds on high,
Own as thy God, and to his name
2. Let not a shape which hands have wrought
Be deem'd thy God, nor think him like
3. Take not in vain the name of God:
To make thy falsehood pass for truth,
4. That day on which he bids thee rest
That day keep holy to the Lord,
5. O may that God, who gave these laws,
That all may feel their living pow'r,
Hymn 192. c. M.
The glorious gospel of the blessed God, 1. Tim. i. 11. HAT wisdom, majesty and grace
'Tis God that speaks and we confess
2. Down from his starry throne on high,
3. The mighty debt that sinners ow'd,
Then thro' the clouds ascends to God,
There he our great High Priest appears,
Mingles his merits with our tears,
5. Great God with rev'rence we adore
Hymn 193. c. x.
ENTILES by nature, we belong
2. With the same blessings grace endows The Gentile and the Jew;
If pure and holy be the root,
3. Then let the children of the saints
Pour out thy spirit on them, Lord,
4. Thus to the parents and their seed
And num'rous households meet at last
Hymn 194. c. M.
The Saviour's invitation.
HE Saviour calls-let ev'ry ear,
John vii. 37.
2. For ev'ry thirsty, longing heart,
And life, and health, and bliss impart
3. Here springs of sacred pleasure rise
5. Dear Saviour, draw reluctant hearts,
Hymn 195. L. M.
Christ's invitation to sinners.
Matt. xi. 28-30.
66 Ye heavy laden sinners come, "I'll give you rest from all your toils, "And raise you to my heav'nly home. 2." They shall find rest that learn of me: "I'm of a meek and lowly mind: "But passion rages like the sea, "And pride is restless as the wind.
3." Bless'd is the man whose shoulders take
"My grace shall make the burden light."
4. Jesus, we come at thy command,