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Of one alone, 'mid this high revelry,
“God took him,” for he did not die !!
Down rush the torrents from above; the deep 2
! " And Enoch walked with God; . úp, and the windows of heaven were and he was not, for God took him." opened.” -Gen. vii. 11. -Gen. v, 24.
3“ And all the high hills, that 2 “ The same day were all the were under the whole heaven, were fountains of the great deep broken covered.” — Gen. vii. 19.
IMMORTALITY OF THE SOUL.
an-tarc-tic, south ; relat-, unti,
ing to the south pole ) arktos.
In-toll-er-a-ble, not to be borne
tolero. arch-an-gel, an angel of archos,
the highest rank -) angelos. ten'-ants, inhabitants teneo. con-tained', held
teneo. re-store', to give back restauro. in-cor-rup-ti-ble, not ca- in, con, pable of decay
hy-per-boy-re-an, north-huper, ern; arctic
-] boreas vague, unfixed; unsettled
vagor. parched, scorched
The spirit shall return to Him,
That gave its heavenly spark :
When thou thyself art dark !
By Him recall’d to breath,
THE FINAL JUDGMENT.
He comes ! He comes! the awful trump I hear!
1 “ When he ascended up on high, 3 “ The hour is coming, in the he led captivity captive, and gave which all that are in the graves shall gifts unto men.” – Eph. iv. 8. ; see hear his voice, and shall come forth," Ps. Ixviii, 18.
&c. - John, v. 28. “ For this cor2 “ () death, where is thy sting? ruptible must put on incorruption.”— 0 grave, where is thy victory?”. 1 Cor. xv. 53. 1 Cor. xv. 55.
'Tis then, nor sooner, that the restless mind
Great God! what do I see and hear!
The end of things created!
On clouds of glory seated!3
Prepare, my soul, to meet him.
At the last trumpet's sounding,
With joy their Lord surrounding.
Luther's Hymn. | “But the day of the Lord will 2 “ The heavens shall be rolled tocome as a thief in the night; in the gether as a scroll.”. Isa. xxxiv. 4. which the heavens shall pass away
3 “ Behold he cometh with clouds, with a great noise, and the elements and every eye shall see him,” &c. shall melt with fervent heat; the Rev. i. 7. See Matt. xxiv. 30. earth also, and the works that are 4 6 And the dead in Christ shall therein, shall be burned up." - rise first.” -1 Thes. iv. 16. Read 2 Pet. iïi. 10.
vers. 15, 16, 17.
MORNING HYMN OF ADAM AND EVE.
u-ni-very--sal, the whole unus, verto. qua-ter-nion, four-fold quatuor. cho'ral, belonging to a
ex-ba-la’-tions, vapours halo. choir or band
chorus. me-lo-di-ous, musical melos, odè. sym'-pho-nies, sounds in
as-cend', go up
phone. dis-perse', to scatter spargo. o'-ri-ent, rising, eastern orior. dis-pel', to drive away pello. mysl-tic, secret, obscure mystes. fountains, springs
fons. Prime, the dawn ; ciri-cle, surround; per-pet/-u-al, continual; aught, any thing; glide, move gently ; state'-ly, majestically ; skirts, the borders.
These are thy glorious works, Parent of good',
1 “ This hymn is an imitation, or heaven; on earth join, all ye crearather paraphrase of the 148th Psalm, tures,” &c. - Newton. and (of what is a paraphrase upon 3 Earth. By earth is here meant that) the canticle placed after the Te this lower world, in opposition to Deum in the Liturgy, 'O all ye works heaven. of the Lord, bless ye the Lord,” &c.- 4 “ The planet Venus, when she Newton.
rises before the sun, is called Phos2 “ Speak ye who,” &c. “ He is phorus, Lucifer, and Morning Star ; unspeakable, no creature can speak when she sets after the sun, is called worthily of Him as He is; but speak Hesperus, Vesper, and the Evening ye, who are best able, ye angels, ye in Star.” — Newton.
Thou Sun, of this great world both eye and soul,
i In thy eternal course. In thy gularity, and harmony of their mocontinuu course.
tions. 2 Fallst, settest.
6 In quaternion run, that is, “ That 3 Moon, &c. The construc‘ion is, in a four-fold mixture and combi“ Thou moon that now meetest and nation run a perpetual circle, one now fliest the orient sun, together element continually changing into with the fixed stars, and ye five other another.” wandering fires,” &c.
7 Warble, applied to any melo4 Five others, &c., i. e., Mercury, dious sound; as Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, and Venus.
“ the flowery brooks beneath, Wandering fires, in opposition to That wash thy hallow'd feet, and fired stars.
warbling flow." 5 Mystic dance, in allusion to the 8 Souls, other creatures besides music of the Spheres, which is understood to mean the proportion, re