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XV. GLORIA PATRI, N. B. The metre marks, affixed to the preceding Hymns, have reference to a division of the metres, founded on the nature of the verse, into four classes, marked-L, L, I. IV. Obius I. includes common, long, and short metres, marked-C. M., L. M., S. M. Olots II. includes the other lambick metres, eight in number, marked-41. 1., II. 2., L 3.

11. 4., &c., which may be uamed; Two, one; Two, two; Two, three ; &c. Class III. includes the Trochaick metres, being five in number, marked—III. 1., III. 2,

III. 3., &c. which may be named; Three, one; Three, two; &c. Class IV. includes the meires consisting chiefly of triplets, being five in number, mark.

ed—IV. d., IV. 2., IV.3., &c. and may be named; Four, one; Four, two ; &c


C. M.
To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost,

The God whom we adore,
Bc glory, as it was, is now,
And shall be evermore.

L. M.
To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost,

The God whom earth and heav'n adore,
Be glory, as it was of old,
Is now, and shall be evermore.

S. M.
To God the Father, Son,

Ard Spirit, glory be,
As 'twas, and is, and shall be so

To all'eternity


II. 1.
To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost,
The God whom heav'n's triumphant host,

And saints on earth adore;
Be glory as in ages past,
As now it is, and so shall last
When time shall be no more.

H. 2
To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost,
The God whom heav'n's triumphant host,

And suff'ring saints on earth adore;
Be glory, as in ages past,
As now it is, and so shall last

When time itself shall be no more.

II. 3.
To God the Father, God the Son,
And God the Spirit, Three in One,
Be glory in the highest giv'n,
By all in earth, and all in heav'n,
As was through ages heretofore,
Is now, and shall be evermore.

11. 4. To God the Father, Son,

And Spirit, ever bless'd,
Eternal Î'hree in One,
All worship be address'd,
As heretofore

It was, is now,

And shall be so
For evermore.

II. 5.
To God the Father, and to God the Son,
To God the Holy Spirit, Three in One,
Be praise from all on earth and all in heav'n,
As was, and is, and ever shall be giv'n.

• II, 6. . Eternal praise be given,

And songs of highest worth, By all the hosts of heaven,

And all the saints on earth, To God, supreme confessed,

To Christ, his only Son,
And to the Spirit blessed,
Eternal Three in One.

II. 7.
To Father, Son, and Spirit bless'd,

Supreme o’er earth and heaven,
Eternal Three in One confess'd,

Be highest glory given,
As was through ages heretofore,
Is now, and shall be evermore,
By all in earth and heaven.

II. 8.
By all on earth and all in heav'n,
Be everlasting glory giv'n,

To God the Father, God the Son,
And God the Spirit ; equal Three
In undivided Unity,

Ere time had yet its course begun:
As was, and is, be highest praise,
As still shall be through endless days.


III. 1.
Holy Father, Holy Son,
Holy Spirit, Three in One!
Glory, as of old, to thee,
Now, and evermore shall be!

[II. 2.
Praise the name of God most high,
Praise him all below the sky,
Praise him all ye heav'nly host,
Father, Son, and Holy Ghost;
As through countless ages past,
Evermore his praise shall last.

III. 3. Praise the Father, earth and heaven,

Praise the Son, the Spirit praise,
As it was, and is, be given
Glory through eternal days.

III. 4,
To the Father, thron'd in heaven,

To the Saviour, Christ, his Son,
To the Spirit, praise be given,

Everlasting Three in One:
As of old, the Trinity
Still is worshipp'd, still shall be,

III, 5.
Great Jehovah ! we adore thee,

God the Father, God the Son, God the Spirit, join'd in glory

On the same eternal throne; Endless praises

To Jehovah, Three in One.


IV. I.
By angels in heav'n

Of ev'ry degree,
And saints upon earth,

All praise be address'd;
To God in three persons,

One God ever bless'd,
As it has been, now is,

And ever shall be,

IV. 2.
All praise to the Father, the Son,

And Spirit, thrice holy and bless'd,
Th' eternal, supreme Three in One,
Was, is, and shall still be address'd.

IV. 3.
All praise to the Father, all praise to the Son,

All praise to the Spirit, thrice bless'd,
The holy, eternal, supreme Three in One,
Was, is, and shall still be address’d.

IV. 4. O Father Almighty, to thee be address'd, With Christ and the Spirit, one God ever bless'd, All glory and worship from earth and from heav'n, As was, and is now, and shall ever be giv'n.

IV. 5. All glory and praise to the Father be given, The Son and the Spirit from earth and from heaven As was, and is now, be supreme adoration, As ever shall be, to the God of salvation.

For Hymns 145 and 185. To the Father, to the Son,

And Spirit ever bless'd, Everlasting Three in One,

All worship be address'd: Praise from all above, below,

As throughout the ages past, Now is given, and shall be so While endless ages last.

When used to Hymn 185, in line 6, read, As was throughout the ages past.

Come, let us adore him, come, how at his feet,
O give him the glory, the praise that is meet;
Let joyful hosannas unceasing arise,
And join the full chorus that gladdens the skies.

I Whenever the Hymns are used at the celebration of divine service,

a certain portion or portions of the Psalms of David in metre shal alao be sung.

ly Father Delure uits deny God,

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Page. A charge to keep I have,

94 Hail, thou long expected Jesus, Ah, how shall fallen man,

10 Hail to the Lord's Anointed, Alas, wat hourly dangers rise !

3 Hark! from the tombs a mournful sound, 99 All glorious God, what hymns of praise, 11 [lark! the glad sound, the Saviour comes, 23 Almighty Father! bless the word,

23 Hark! the herald angels sing, Almighty Lord! betore thy throne, 43 wasten, sinner, to be wise ; Althougó the vine its fruits deny 109 Hear, gracious God, my humble moan, And are we pow brought near to God, 50 Hear what the voice from heaven deAnd wilt thou, ( eternal God,

53) clares, And will the Judge descend?"

101 He dies! the friend of sinners dies ! Another six days work is done,

20 He's come ! let every knee be bent,
Approach, my soul, the mercy-seat, 70 Heirs of unending life,
Arise, my soul! with rapture rise! 87 High on the bending willows hung,
As panting in the sultry beam,

83. How beauteous are their feet As when the weary trav’ller gains,

98 How firm a foundation, ye saints of the As o'er the past my meinory strays,

As the sweet flow'r that scenus the morn, 67 How long shall earth's alluring toys
Awake, my soul, and with the sun, 86 How helpless guilty nature lies,
'Awake, my soul, stretch every nerve, 95 How ofi, alas! this wretched heart
Awake, ye saints, awake,

19 How shiort the race our friend has run, Before Jehovah's awful throne

81 How wondrous and great Begirl, my soul, the exalted lay,

5 I love thy kingdom, Lord,
Be joyful in God, all ye lands of the earth, 80 In loud exalted strains,
Be still my heart! these anxious cares, 82 Inspirer and hearer of prayer,
Bless'd be thou, the God of Israel, 107 I would not live alway; I ask not to stay
Bless'd is the man whose soft'ning heart 60 Jesus! and shall it ever be,
Bless'd is the tie that binds

17 Jesus, my strength, my hope, Behold the Saviour of mankind

35 Jesus, Saviour of my soul, Children of the heavenly King,

76 Jesus shall reign where'er the sun Christ from the dead is rais'd, and made 39 Joy is a fruit that will not grow Christ the Lord is ris'n to-day,

38 let heaven arise, let earth appear, Come, Holy Ghost, Creator, come, 40 Let worldly minds the world pursue, Come, Holy Spirit, Heavenly Dove,

Like Noah's weary dove, Come, let our voices join,

58 Lord! dismiss us with thy blessing, Come, Lord, and warm each languid Lord! for the just thou dost provide, heart,

104 Lord, how delightful 'tis to see Come, ye that love the Lord,

77 Lord, my God, I long to know, Deluded souls! that dreain of heaven, 74 Lord of life, all praise excelling, Disown'd of heaven, by man oppress'd, 57 Lord! unafflicted, undismay'd, Doxologies,

112, 113, 114, 115|Lo! what a cloud of witnesses, Dread Jehovah! God of nations! 44 Lord, with glowing heart id praise Eternal source of every joy!

thee Faith is the Christian's evidence

73Mercy, descending from above, Far from my thoughts, vain world, My God, and is thy table spread? be gone,

My God, permit me not to be Father of mercies! in thy word

|3|My God, since thou hast rais'd me up, Father of all, whose love profound,

My grateful soul, for ever praise, Father of mercies! bow thine ear, 53 My op'ning eyes with rapture see Father, to thee, my soul I lift,

14|My Saviour hanging on the tree, Father, whate'er of earthly bliss

82 Not to the terrors of the Lord, Few are thy days, and full of wo,

99 Now from the altar of our hearts, Fountain of mercy, God of love,

45|Now may the God of grace and pow'r
From all that dwell below the skies, 54 Now the shades of night are gone;
From Greenland's icy mountains, 56|O'er mountain tops the mount of God
From whence these direful omens round 360 happy day, that stays my choice
Glory to thee, my God, this night, 880 happy is the man who hears
Glory to the Father give,

590 for a closer walk with God, God moves in a mysterious way,

100 Holy, holy, holy Lord,
God of the seas! thine awful voice 6210, in the morn of life, when youth
God of our Fathers! by whose hand 10610 let triumphant faith dispel,
Go forth ye heralds, in my name

51 On Zion, and on Lebanon, * Go preach my gospel,” saith the Lord, 52| Spirit of the living God, Grace ! 'ris a charming sound!

1510 that my load of sin were gone!
Great first of beings! mighty Lord, 40 thou that hear'st when sinners cry,
Great Gini. this sacred day of thine, 21 O thou, to whose all-searching sight
Great God! to thee my evening song, 89 Our Lord is risen from the dead,
Great God! what do I see and hear? 102|0 where shall rest be found!
Great God! with wonder and with praise 3/Peace, troubled soul, whose plaintive
Guide me, I thou great Jehovah,

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