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COME, AND LET US SWEETLY JOIN.

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REV. CHARLES WESLEY, (1708—1788)

Ignaz Josef Pleyel, (1757—1831).

1. Come, and let us sweet-ly join, Christ to praise in hymns di · vine; 2. Strive we, in af - fec tion strive; Let the pur-er Hame re - vive, 3. Sing we, then, in Je-sus' name, Now, as yes - ter - day, the same,

Give we all, with one ac - cord, Glo ry to our common Lord ;
Such as in the mar - tyrs glowed, Dy - ing champions for their God.
One in ev - ery time and place, Full for all of truth and grace.

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Hands, and hearts, and voi - ces raise, Sing as in the an - cient days;

We, like them, may live and love; Called we are their joys to prove; We, for Christ, our Master stand, Lights in a be - night-ed land;

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An - te-date the joys a - bove; Cel - e - brate the feast of love. Saved, with them, from future wrath ; Partners of like precious faith.

We our dy - ing Lord con-fess, We are Je-sus' wit-ness - es. A-men

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1. Praise to God our Heavenly Father, Praise to Christ th'e-ter - nal Son,
2. Praise Him for His glad redemption, Praise Him for His love and power,
3. Let our grate-ful hearts a-dore Him Till we reach the heavenly shore;

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Praise be to the Ho - ly Spir - it, Great Je-ho - vah, three in one. Praise Him for His kind pro - tec -tion Thrown a-round us to this hour. Then in one long hal le - lu - jah Praise His name for

ev. er-more.

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Prais - es, prais - es, ceaseless prais-es, Waft the an - them to the throne

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a grand, tri-um-phant cho-rus For the work which He has done.

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1. Safe-ly through an- oth - er week, God has brought us on our way; 2. While we pray for pardoning grace, Through the dear Re-deemer's name, 3. Here we come Thy name to praise, May we feel Thy presence near; 4. May Thy Gos - pel's joy-ful sound Con-quer sin - ners, comfort saints;

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a bless-ing seek, Wait-ing in His courts to · day,
on - cil - ed face, Take a way our sin and shame;
ry meet our eyes, While we in Thy house ap pear;
of grace a - bound, Bring re lief for all com - plaints;

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all the week the best, Em-blem of e- ter - nal rest; From our world - ly cares set free, May we rest, this day, in Thee; Here af - ford us, Lord, a

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Day of all the week the best, Em-blem of e - ter - nal rest.
From our world - ly cares set free, May we rest, this day, in Thee.
Here af-ford us, Lord, a tasté

Of our ev - er

- last-ing feast. Thus may all our Sabbaths prove, Till we join the Church a-bove. A-men.

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HALLELUJAH I FAIREST MORNING !

“Cheer.” 8. 7. 8. 7. 7. 7. REV. JONATHAN KRAUSE, (1701–1762) 1732. TR. BY Miss JANE Borth WICK, (1813–1897) 1853.

William Fisk Sherwin, (1826–1888)

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for which we pray,
and weeks are done;

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morn of joy and love
word of life is given,
last Thy ser-vants may

Brings fresh vig - or from a - bove.
Like the Sa-vior's voice from heaven.
Keep e ter - nal

Sab-bath day.

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