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FATHER of all, from whom we trace,
Father of Men, whose sovereign will,
First of cities, Bethlehem,
For all Thy saints, O Lord,
For those who first proclaim’d Thy word,
From the faint dayspring's eastern goal,
From thundering skies at Sinai's rock,

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GLAD is thy sound, O Sabbath bell,
God of all nature, great and good,
God of our health, all praise to Thee,
God of our health, our life and light,
God of the spirits of mankind,
Great God, whose strength Thy martyrs steeld,

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HARK! a voice of warning, hark !
Hark! heard ye not the ancient seer,
Hear, our all-gracious Father, hear,
Him whom the skies, the earth, the sea,
Holy Being, One and Three,
Holy, Holy, Holy Lord,
Holy Jesus, in whose name,

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Holy Jesus, Saviour blest,
How good and pleasant is the sight,

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IMAGE of the Father's might,
In bath baptismal who can know,
In God's own garden stands a tree,

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Let the round world with songs rejoice,
Lo, night and clouds and darkness wrapp'd,
Lo, the Almighty Father's Son,
Lord, not to us, we claim it not,
Lord, who didst bless Thy chosen band,

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MAKER of all, enthroned above,
Mighty Sovereign, God Supreme,
Morning spreads her crimson rays,

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NATURE's God, all-ruling power,
No, when He bids me seek His face,
Now at the Lamb's imperial feast,
Now sinks in night the flaming sun,

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COME, and for His day of rest,
O come and let the assembly all,
O eternal Praise of heaven,
O Jesus, King of Saints adored,
O Jesus, source of sanctity,
O Lord, whate'er belongs to Thee,
O Lord, with ever-varying phrase,
O praise we the Lord my God for each good,
O pray we for the Church's weal,

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O Saviour, awful was the word,
O Thou, of light Creator best,
O'tis a scene the heart to move,
Of frail and fluctuating mind,
Of sacred usage old,
Oft as in God's own house we sit,
On this first day when heaven and earth,
Our limbs refresh'd with wholesome sleep,

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PARENT of all, whose love display'd,
Praise for Thy Saints to Thee, O Lord,
Praise we our God, our voices raise,
Put off thy shoes, 't is holy ground,

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REDEEMER, Jesus, Life of man,

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SALVATION's sun, the inward gloom,
Saviour of men, our hope and rest,
Saviour of men, our joy supreme,
See the destined day arise,
Sweet, and with enjoyment fraught,

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That Thou Thy servants hast not placed,
The bird the harbinger of light, .
The day declines, but ere it part,
The earth, it is a battle-field,
The House of God! What fittest name,
The triumphs of the martyr'd Saints,
Thee, the Father's Power and Light,
Thou, whom their Maker heaven and earth,
Thou with the Father and the Son,

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Thrice Holy Sovereign of the sky,
Thy house each day of hallow'd rest,

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We bless Thee for Thy Church, O Lord,
We deem and own it, Lord, a proof,
We thank Thee for the truths, O Lord,
What can the heart more pleasant feel,
What livelier force the hand can sway,
What means that loud portentous cry,
What more befits the Church's name,
When first divine religion blest, .
While for Thy Saints who pour'd abroad,
Who gives the needful power to man,
Who that hath grace to walk abroad,
Who would enjoy the highest bliss,
Why, Herod, why the Godhead fear,
With dawn's faint streaks the heaven is sown,
Word uncreate, Beloved One,

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YE who Messiah seek,
Yes, on some fond, some friendly breast,

Edinburgh : Printed by Thomas and Archibald Constable,

Printers to the Queen, and to the University.

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HIGH STREET, OXFORD; TRINITY STREET, CAMBRIDGE,

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DICTIONARY OF DOCTRINAL AND

HISTORICAL THEOLOGY.

By VARIOUS WRITERS. Edited by the Rev. John Henry Blunt, M,A., F.S.A., Editor of

'The Annotated Book of Common Prayer.'

One vol., imperial 8vo. 425.

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The Principles of the CATHEDRAL SYSTEM VINDICATED and FORCED upon MEMBERS of

CATHEDRAL FOUNDATIONS. Eight Sermons, preached in the Cathedral Church of the Holy

and Undivided Trinity of Norwich. By Edward Meyrick Goulburn, D.D., Dean of Norwich, late Prebendary of St. Paul's, and one of Her Majesty's Chaplains.

Crown 8vo. 55.

LONDON, OXFORD, G CAMBRIDGE.

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