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up on thy cross of sacrifice; lifted up in the resurrection; lifted up in thy glorious ascension, to that heaven of heavens, whither thou hast gone before, our forerunner.

Even so, blessed Lord, let me be drawn unto thee, according to thy promise ; even so, blessed Lord, may I pass from death to life, from the grave to my joyful resurrection. Even so, may I sit down at thy right hand, the ransomed of the Lord; waiting until that glorious time, when, with angels, and archangels, and all the host of heaven -saints and martyrs, and spirits of just men made perfect-I shall dwell with thee for evermore. Yea, I will come to Sion with songs, and I will have everlasting joy upon my head, and sorrow and sighing shall flee away, and I shall be with the Lord

for ever.

Even so, come, Lord Jesus. Even so, hear, O my Father. Even so, through the blood of thy dear Son, I pray,—three in one, and one in three.

BLESSING, AND GLORY, AND WISDOM, AND THANKSGIVING, AND HONOUR, AND POWER, AND MIGHT, BE UNTO OUR GOD FOR EVER AND EVER." AMEN.

THE END.

T. STANLEY, PRINTER, WHEATSHEAF-YARD, FARRINGDON-STREET, LONDON,

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