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AMSTERDAM. 78 & 6s. (PECULIAR.)

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(SUPPLEMENT.)
1. SINNER, hear the Saviour's call;

He now is passing by;
He has seen thy grievous thrall,

And heard thy mournful cry;
He has pardons to impart,

Grace to save thee from thy fears ;
See the love that fills his heart,

And wipes away thy tears.

1. RISE, my soul, and stretch thy wings;

Thy better portion trace;
Rise, from all terrestrial things,

Towards heaven, thy native place :
Sun, and moon, and stars, decay;

Time shall soon this earth remove; Rise, my soul, and haste away

To seats prepared above. 2. Rivers to the ocean run,

Nor stay in all their course;
Fire, ascending, seeks the sun;

Both speed them to their source:
So a soul that's born of God

Pants to view his glorious face,
Upward tends to his abode,

To rest in his embrace.
3. Cease, ye pilgrims, cease to mourn;

Press onward to the prize;
Soon our Saviour will return,

Triumphant in the skies:
Yet a season, and you know
Happy entrance

will be given,
All our sorrows left below,

And earth exchanged for heaven.

2. Why art thou afraid to come,

And tell him all thy case?
He will not pronounce thy doom,

Nor frown thee from his face:
Wilt thou fear Immanuel ?

Wilt thou dread the Lamb of God
Who, to save thy soul from hell,

Has shed his precious blood?

3. Think how on the cross he hung,

Pierced with a thousand wounds!
Hark! from each, as with a tongue,

The voice of pardon sounds !
See from all his bursting veins

Blood of wondrous virtue flow!
Shed to wash away thy stains,

And ransom thee from woe.

4. Though his majesty be great,

His mercy is no less;
Though he thy transgressions hate,

He feels for thy distress :
By himself the Lord has sworn,

He delights not in thy death,
But invites thee to return,

That thou mayest live by faith.

1060.
1. TIME is winging us away

To our eternal home;
Life is but a winter's day-

A journey to the tomb:
Youth and vigor soon will flee,

Blooming beauty lose its charms;
All that's mortal soon shall be

Enclosed in death's cold arms. 2. Time is winging us away

To our eternal home;
Life is but a winter's day-

A journey to the tomb;'
But the Christian shall enjoy

Health and beauty soon above,
Where no worldly griefs annoy,

Secure in Jesus' love.

5. Raise thy downcast eyes, and see

What throngs his throne surround!
These, though sinners once, like thee,

Have full salvation found :
Yield not then to unbelief,

While he says, “There yet is room;"
Though of sinners thou art chief,

Since Jesus calls thee, come.

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1. ROCK of Ages, cleft for me,

Let me hide myself in thee;
Let the water and the blood,
From thy side, a healing flood,
Be of sin the double cure,-

Save from wrath, and make me pure. 2. Should my tears forever flow,

Should my zeal no languor know,
All for sin could not atone;
Thou must save, and thou alone;
In my hand no price I bring ;

Simply to thy cross I cling.
3. While I draw this fleeting breath,
When mine eyelids close

in death,
When I rise to worlds unknown,
See thee on thy judgment throne,
Rock of Ages, cleft for me,
Let me hide myself in thee.

707.
1. GO to dark Gethsemane,

Ye that feel temptation's power;
Your Redeemer's conflict see;

Watch with him one bitter hour:
Turn not from his griefs away;

Learn of Jesus Christ to pray. 2. Follow to the judgment-ball:

View the Lord of life arraigned!
O, the wormwood and the gall!

O, the pangs his soul sustained !
Shun not suffering, shame, or loss;

Learn of him to bear the cross.
3. Calvary's mournful mountain climb;

There, admiring at his feet,
Mark that miracle of time,

God's own sacrifice complete:
“ It is finished,” bear him cry;

Learn of Jesus Christ to die. 4. Early hasten to the tomb

Where they laid his breathless clay-
All is solitude and gloom:

Who has taken him away?
Christ is risen; he meets our eyes :
Saviour, teach us so to rise.

427. 1. WEARY sinner, keep thine eyes

On th'atoning Sacrifice;
View him bleeding on the tree,
Pouring out his life for thee:
There the dreadful curse he bore:

Weeping soul, lament no more. 2. Cast thy guilty soul on him;

Find him mighty to redeem;
At his feet thy burden lay;
Look thy doubts and care away;
Now by faith the Son embrace,
Plead his promise, trust his grace.

415. 1. YE, who in his courts are found

Listening to the joyful sound,
Lost and helpless as ye are,
Sons of sorrow, sin, and care,
Glorify the King of kings;

Take the peace the gospel brings. 2. Turn to Christ your longing eyes;

View this bleeding sacrifice;
See in him your sins forgiven,
Pardon, holiness, and heaven;
Glorify the King of kings;
Take the peace the gospel brings.

477.
1. HEART of stone, relent, relent;

Break, by Jesus' cross subdued;
See his body, mangled, rent,

Covered with a gore of blood;
Sinful soul, what hast thou done?

Crucified th' eternal Son.
2. Yes, thy sins have done the deed,

Driven the nails that fixed bim there,
Crowned with thorns his sacred head,

Plunged into his side the spear,
Made his soul a sacrifice,

While for sinful man he dies.
3. Wilt thou let him bleed in vain!

Still to death thy Lord pursue ?
Open all his wounds again!

And the shameful cross renew
No; with all my sins I'll part;
Break, O, break, my bleeding heart.

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