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Cælestial orb !..whose pow'rful ray .
Whose influence all things own!
As thine the paler moon.
With him the song pursue ;
The light he lends to you.
To him your praises yield;
And crowns the laughing field.
With us confess your God;
. Ye floods of fire, where'er ye blow, With just submission humbly bowo, los
To his superior pow'r; a nto,
And gives it strength to roar.,: . ideid
The drooping world to chear;, $indd
And guide the circling year. , edi. . Ye frosts that bind the wat’ry plain, Ye silent show'rs of fleecy rain, 10 jcb
Pursue the heav'nly theme; tutte Praise him who sheds the driving snow. Forbids the harden'd waves to flow,
And stops the rapid stream.
Ye days and nights, that, swiftly born,
Alternate glide away;
But present gives the day.
Involves the dusky globe;
And light his regal robe.
And red with wrath divine;
Surround his aweful shrine. Ford ..
With annual verdure bloom ;
And bless thy fertile womb.
Revere his aweful nod;
And own th' approaching God..
In native beauty reign!
And clothes the smiling plain.
Or fill the humble vale;
And form’d a springing well.
Praise him ye floods and seas profound,..
And roll from shore to shore;
And tremble and adoro,
Remote from human eye; Pro 713
Ye languish, faint, and die. vidutinio .
Your artless lays improve;
And fill the vocal grove.
Th’expected prey to seize;
And bend your wearied knees.
And give it power to move; tsi
The wonders of his love. sen., Let Levi's tribe the lay prolong, .,,... "Till angels listen to the song, U
And bend attentive down; isi VORU , Let wonder seize the heav'nly train, .,' Pleased while they hear a mortal strain,
So sweet, so like their own. Ia ori
Before his altars kneel;
The dictates of his will.
Ye spirits of the just and good,
To heav’nly mansions soar;
And time shall be no more.
Praise him, ye meek and humble train,
The boundless bliss to share;
And reign for ever there.
Amid the fiery blaze:
In hymns of endless praise.
The COMMUNION HYMN, paraphrased. .'
6. A SAVIOUR !" cry'd th' angelic choir:
A (Bless'd sound to mortal ear) “ Henceforth, thru' Christ, let guilty man
“ Forgiven, cease to fear! “ All praise to God, who pardons those
«'With whom he is well pleas'd; “ And hath establish'd peace on earth,
“ Where consciences are eas’d.” We praise, we thank, we worship thee,
We glorify thy name; We call thee Father, Lord, and King; ** GOD, evermore the same.
Son of the Father, Lamb of God,
Christ Jesu, hear and save ·
What love thy servants have.
To thee for aid we fly: Present Redeemer, future Judge,
Propitious, hear our cry, Churchm. Mag. Jan. 1805.
Life-giving, Life-giving, gracious, healing WORD!
We call thee LORD alone,
Three coeternal, one.
Lines supposed to be spoke by Bishop CORBET to his infant
Son, VINCENT, as he lay in his Mother's arms.
W H AT I shall leave thee none can tell
W Yet all shall say, I wish thee well,
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