Hymn Selection



NO act of power could e'er atone,
No wonder-working word
Could, from the brightness of the throne,
Make love's sweet voice be heard.
If sinners ever were to know
The depths of love divine,
All Calv'ry's weakness and its woe,
Blest Saviour, must be Thine.
God's righteousness is there proclaimed,
His mercy's depths are known,
While to the full Thou hast maintained
Thy glory of His throne.
God now is glorified in Thee,
In Thee, His only Son;
His hand, His house, His heart are free,
Because Thy work is done.
For Thou hast brought again to Him
More than by man He lost;
And in the very place of sin
We see His glory most.
And drawn to Thee in holy love,
A song of joy we raise;
In concert with the heav'ns above
We crown Thee with our praise.

C.A. Coates

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"Wherefore encourage one another, and build up each one the other, even as also ye do."