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DARWELL. H. M.
3. All hail, triumphant Lord! Heav'n with hosannas rings; While earth, in humbler strains, Thy praise re
sponsive sings: Wor-thy art thou, who once wast slain, Thro' endless years to live and reign.
65. H. M.
1. AWAKE, our drowsy souls,
And break each slothful band;
Our noblest songs demand! Auspicious morn, thy blissful rays Bright seraphs hail in songs of praise. 2. At thy approaching dawn
Reluctant death resigned
In dark domains confined:
3. "All hail, triumphant Lord!"
Heaven with hosannas rings;
Thy praise responsive sings: Worthy art thou, who once wast slain, Through endless years to live and reign.
4. Gird on, great God, Thy sword,
Ascend Thy conquering car,
Maintain the glorious war; Victorious Thou, Thy foes shall tread, And sin and hell in triumph lead.
66. H. M.
1. ALL, from the sun's uprise Unto his setting rays, Resound in jubilees
The great Creator's praise. Him serve alone; in triumph bring Your gifts, and sing before his throne!
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2. Jehovah is God, and Jehovah alone,
And we are His people-His sceptre we own ;
3. Oh! enter his gates with thanksgiving and song, Your vows in His temple proclaim;
From the Psalmodist.
the moun-tain's brow:
Arise, and pay thy vow.
4. So let our souls, benighted
1. Be joyful in God, all ye lands of the earth? Oh! serve Him with gladness and fear;
5. O see those waters streaming
While earth, with verdure teeming,
6. Let rivers of salvation
In larger currents flow,
Exult in His presence with mu-sic and mirth, With love and de-vo-tion draw near.
His praise in melodious accordance prolong,
4. For good is the Lord, inexpressibly good,