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60 THE BEAUTEOUS DAY.

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1. Come, hap-py souls, ap-proach your God, With new, me lo - dious songs;

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2 So strange, so boundless was the love
That pitied dying men,

The Father sent his only Son
To give them life again.

3 Thy hands, dear Jesus, were not arm'd
With a revengeful rod;

No hard commission to perform,
The vengeance of a God.

4 But all was mercy, all was mild,
And wrath forsook the throne,
When Christ on the kind errand came
And brought salvation down.

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1 Come, happy souls, approach your God, | 4 The Lord is bountiful and kind,
With new, melodious songs;
Come, render to Almighty grace
The tribute of your tongues.

His anger slow to move;
His tender mercies all shall find,
And all his goodness prove.

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1 To thee, my righteous King and Lord, My grateful soul I'll raise ;

From day to day thy works record,

And ever sing thy praise.

J. CHETHAM.

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5 Throughout all ages shall endure
Thine everlasting reign;

And thy dominion, firm and sure,
Forever shall remain.

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1 Lord, when we bend before thy throne, And our confessions pour,

O may we feel the sins we own,
And hate what we deplore.

2 Our contrite spirits pitying see;
True penitence impart ;

And let a healing ray from thee
Beam peace into each heart.

3 When we disclose our wants in prayer,
May we our wills resign;

And not a thought our bosom share
Which is not wholly thine.

2 Thy greatness human thought exceeds; 4 And when, with heart and voice, we

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Thy glory knows no end; The lasting record of thy deeds Through ages shall descend.

Our grateful hymns to raise,
Let love divine within us live,
And fill our souls with praise.

3 Thy wondrous acts, thy power, and might, 5 Then, on thy glories while we dwell,

My constant theme shall be;
That song shall be my soul's delight

Thy mercies we'll review;
With ove divine transported, tell-
Thou, God, art Father too!

Which breathes in praise to thee.

J. D. CARLYLE.

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