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Richer by far is the heart's adoration,

Dearer to God are the prayers of the poor.

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cres. Brightest and best of the sons of the morning.
Dawn on our darkness and lend us thine aid :
Star of the East, the horizon adorning,
/ Guide where our infant Redeemer is laid ! Amen.
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The people that in darkness sat

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The Light has shined on them who long

In shades of death have been*



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To hail Thee, Sun of Righteousness,
The gathering nations come ;

They joy as when the reapers bear
The harvest treasures home.



/ For unto us a Child is bom.
To us a Son is given,
And on His shoulder ever rests
All power in earth and heaven.



p His name shall be the Prince of Peace,
For evermore adored ;
cres. The Wonderful, the Counsellor,
The everlasting Lord.



/ His power, increasing, still shall spread.
His reign no end shall know :
Justice shall guard His throne above,
dim. And peace abound below. Amen.
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Manifest Thyself to me.

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pp Lamb of God, to Thee I cry ;
By Thy bitter agony,
By Thy pangs to us unknown.
By Thy Spirit's parting groan,
Lord, Thy presence let me see,
Manifest Thyself to me.



cres. Prince of Life, to Thee I cry ;
By Thy glorious majesty,
By Thy triumph o'er the grave
Meek to suffer, strong to save,
Lord, Thy presence let me see.
Manifest Thyself to me.



/ Lord of glory, God most high,
Man exalted to the sky,
With Thy love my bosom fill ;
Prompt me to perform Thy will ;
Then Thy glory I shall see, [Amen.
Thou wilt bring me home to Thee.



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That, while pilgrims here below,
We may walk in truth before Thee,

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Thine everlasting home.
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The Sower still unseen.



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To reap what Thou hast sown,
The Sower and the Reaper Thou,
The Gatherer of Thine own.



Watch, Lord, Thy harvest-field
With Thine unsleeping eye.
The children of the kingdom keep
To Thy Epiphany ;

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May we be gathered in Thy barn
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Now by Thy Word made known.

All praise to Thee, to be revealed
Upon the judgment throne. Amen.
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Claim the high calling angels cannot share,
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The enemy is watching night and day.
To sow the tares, to snatch the seed away ;
While we in sleep our duty have forgot,
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Away with gloomy doubts and faithless
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By feeblest agents can our God fulfil

His righteous will.

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cres» How full their joy, how deep their rest shall be,
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To set the captive free ;
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And gold and incense bring ;
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His praise all people sing :
For He shall have dominion

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And daily vows, ascend ;
cres. His Kingdom still increasing —
A Kingdom without end ;
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And shake like Lebanon.
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He on His throne shall rest,
From age to age more glorious,
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His covenant remove ;
His Name shall stand for ever,
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With holy hopes and free ;
The Gospel-trump is sounding.
The trump of Jubilee.
2.
Christian brothers, glorious
Shall be the conflict's close :
The Cross hath been victorious,

And shall be o'er its foes.
Faith is our battle-token :

Our Leader all controls ;
Our trophies, fetters broken ;
Our captives, ransomed souls.



the trumpet of the Jubilee to sound.**

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To Thee all praise be due ;
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Has freed our brethren too.
cres. Not unto us — in gloiy

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And cast their crowns before Thee
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Thy presence we adore
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On Thy redeeming wing.

Healing and sight.
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Sight to the inly blind !
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/ Let there be light !



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Speed forth Thy flight;
Move on the waters' face.
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/ Let there be light !



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Let all kings and nations come.



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Echo round the earth and main.

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Wakes above, beneath, around,
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They call us to deliver

Their land from error's chain.
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Though every prospect pleases,

And only man is vile :
In vain with lavish kindness

The gifts of God are strown,
The heathen in his blindness

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Can we to men benighted
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The joyful sound proclaim,
Till each remotest nation
' Has learnt Messiah's Name.

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And you, ye waters, roll,
Till, like a sea of glory.
It spreads from pole to pole ;
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The Lamb for sinners slain,
/ Redeemer, King, Creator,

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Jesus shall reign where'er the sun
Doth his successive journeys run ;
His Kingdom stretch from shore to shore,
Till moons shall wax and wane no more.

To Him shall endless prayer be made,
And princes throng to crown His head ;
His Name, like sweet perfume, shall rise
With* every morning sacrifice.

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People and realms of every tongue
Dwell on His love with sweetest song :
> And infant voices shall proclaim
Their early blessings on His Name.

4-
Blessings abound where'er He reigns ;
The prisoner leaps to lose his chains ;
The weary find eternal rest.
And all the sons of want are blest.



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Peculiar honour? to our King,
Angels descend with songs again,
/ And earth repeat the loud Amen ! Amen.
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A sovereign balm for every wound ,

A cordial for our fears.



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The spacious earth around ;

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Be it to the nations told ;
Let them see Thee in Thy glory

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That hear this joyful sound,
Which kings and prophets waited for.
And sought, but never found !



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That see this heavenly light !
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Let every nation now behold
Their Saviour and their God. Amen.

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