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The Kingdom and Priesthood of Christ

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's imitation of the Psalms of David, to which is added a collection of hymns; the whole applied to the state of the Christian Church in general (3rd ed.) #196a (1786) Topics: Ascension of Christ; Christ His ascension; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Christ Priest and King; Conversion at the ascension of Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Priesthood of Christ; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ; Ascension of Christ; Christ His ascension; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Christ Priest and King; Conversion at the ascension of Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Priesthood of Christ; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ First Line: Thus the great Lord of earth and sea Lyrics: 1 Thus the great Lord of earth and sea Spake to his Son, and thus he swore; "Eternal shall thy priesthood be, "And change from hand to hand no more. 2 "Aaron, and all his sons, must die: "But everlasting life is thine, "To save forever those that fly "For refuge from the wrath divine. 3 "By me Melchisedec was made "On earth a king and priest at once; "And thou, my heavenly priest shalt plead, "And thou, my king shalt rule my sons." 4 Jesus the priest ascends his throne, While counsels of eternal peace, Between the father and the son, Proceed with honour and success. 5 Through the whole earth his reign shall spread, And crush the powers that dare rebel: Then shall he judge the rising dead, And send the guilty world to hell. 6 Though while he treads his glorious way, He drinks the cup of threats and blood, The sufferings of that dreadful day Shall but advance him near to God. Scripture: Psalm 110 Languages: English
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The Kingdom and Priesthood of Christ

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #196a (1790) Topics: Ascension of Christ; Christ His ascension; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Christ Priest and King; Conversion at the ascension of Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Priesthood of Christ; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ; Ascension of Christ; Christ His ascension; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Christ Priest and King; Conversion at the ascension of Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Priesthood of Christ; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ First Line: Thus the great Lord of earth and sea Lyrics: 1 Thus the great Lord of earth and sea Spake to his Son, and thus he swore; "Eternal shall thy priesthood be, "And change from hand to hand no more. 2 "Aaron, and all his sons must die: "But everlasting life is thine, "To save forever those that fly "For refuge from the wrath divine. 3 "By me Melchisedec was made "On earth a king and priest at once; "And thou, my heavenly priest shalt plead, "And thou my king shalt rule my sons." 4 Jesus the priest ascends his throne, While counsels of eternal peace, Between the father and the son, Proceed with honour and success. 5 Through the whole earth his reign shall spread, And crush the powers that dare rebel: Then shall he judge the rising dead, And send the guilty world to hell. 6 Though while he treads his glorious way, He drinks the cup of threats and blood, The sufferings of that dreadful day Shall but advance him near to God. Scripture: Psalm 110 Languages: English
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The Kingdom and Priesthood of Christ

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David, corrected and enlarged, to which is added a collection of hymns; the whole applied to the state of the Christian Church in general (2nd ed.) #208 (1786) Topics: Ascension of Christ; Christ His ascension; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Christ Priest and King; Conversion at the ascension of Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Priesthood of Christ; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ; Ascension of Christ; Christ His ascension; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Christ Priest and King; Conversion at the ascension of Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Priesthood of Christ; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ First Line: Thus the great Lord of earth and sea Lyrics: 1 Thus the great Lord of earth and sea Spake to his Son, and thus he swore; "Eternal shall thy priesthood be, "And change from hand to hand no more. 2 "Aaron, and all his sons, must die: "But everlasting life is thine, "To save forever those that fly "For refuge from the wrath divine. 3 "By me Melchisedec was made "On earth a king and priest at once; "And thou, my heavenly priest shalt plead, "And thou, my king shalt rule my sons." 4 Jesus the priest ascends his throne, While counsels of eternal peace, Between the father and the son, Proceed with honour and success. 5 Through the whole earth his reign shall spread, And crush the powers that dare rebel: Then shall he judge the rising dead, And send the guilty world to hell. 6 Though while he treads his glorious way, He drinks the cup of threats and blood, The sufferings of that dreadful day Shall but advance him near to God. Scripture: Psalm 110 Languages: English
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The Kingdom and Priesthood of Christ

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #208 (1787) Topics: Ascension of Christ; Christ His ascension; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Christ Priest and King; Conversion at the ascension of Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Priesthood of Christ; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ; Ascension of Christ; Christ His ascension; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Christ Priest and King; Conversion at the ascension of Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Priesthood of Christ; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ First Line: Thus the great Lord of earth and sea Lyrics: 1 Thus the great Lord of earth and sea Spake to his Son, and thus he swore; "Eternal shall thy priesthood be, "And change from hand to hand no more. 2 "Aaron, and all his sons, must die: "But everlasting life is thine, "To save forever those that fly "For refuge from the wrath divine. 3 "By me Melchisedec was made "On earth a king and priest at once; "And thou my heavenly priest shalt plead, "And thou, my king shalt rule my sons." 4 Jesus the priest ascends his throne, While counsels of eternal peace, Between the father and the son, Proceed with honour and success. 5 Through the whole earth his reign shall spread, And crush the powers that dare rebel: Then shall he judge the rising dead, And send the guilty world to hell. 6 Though while he treads his glorious way, He drinks the cup of threats and blood, The sufferings of that dreadful day Shall but advance him near to God. Scripture: Psalm 110 Languages: English
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Christ exalted, and Multitudes converted; or, The Success of the Gospel

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's imitation of the Psalms of David, to which is added a collection of hymns; the whole applied to the state of the Christian Church in general (3rd ed.) #195 (1786) Topics: Ascension of Christ; Christ His ascension; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Christ Priest and King; Conversion at the ascension of Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Priesthood of Christ; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ; Ascension of Christ; Christ His ascension; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Christ Priest and King; Conversion at the ascension of Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Priesthood of Christ; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ First Line: Thus God th' eternal Father spake Lyrics: 1 Thus God th' eternal Father spake To Christ the Son: "Ascend and sit "At my right hand, 'till I shall make "Thy foes submissive at thy feet. 2 "From Zion shall thy word proceed, "Thy word, the sceptre in thy hand, "Shall make the hears of rebels bleed, "And bow their wills to thy command. 3 "That day shall shew thy power is great, "When saints shall flock with willing minds, "And sinners crowd thy temple-gate, "Where holiness in beauty shines." 4 O blessed power! O glorious day! What a large vict'ry shall ensue! And converts, who thy grace obey, Exceed the drops of morning dew. Scripture: Psalm 110 Languages: English
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Christ exalted, and Multitudes converted; or, The Success of the Gospel

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #195 (1790) Topics: Ascension of Christ; Christ His ascension; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Christ Priest and King; Conversion at the ascension of Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Priesthood of Christ; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ; Ascension of Christ; Christ His ascension; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Christ Priest and King; Conversion at the ascension of Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Priesthood of Christ; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ First Line: Thus God th' eternal Father spake Lyrics: 1 Thus God th' eternal Father spake To Christ the Son: "Ascend and sit "At my right hand, 'till I shall make "Thy foes submissive at thy feet. 2 "From Zion shall thy word proceed, "Thy word, the sceptre in thy hand, "Shall make the hears of rebels bleed, "And bow their wills to thy command. 3 "That day shall shew thy power is great, "When saints shall flock with willing minds, "And sinners crowd thy temple-gate, "Where holiness in beauty shines." 4 O blessed power! O glorious day! What a large vict'ry shall ensue! And converts, who thy grace obey, Exceed the drops of morning dew. Scripture: Psalm 110 Languages: English
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Christ's Kingdom and Priesthood

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's imitation of the Psalms of David, to which is added a collection of hymns; the whole applied to the state of the Christian Church in general (3rd ed.) #196b (1786) Topics: Ascension of Christ; Christ His ascension; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Christ Priest and King; Conversion at the ascension of Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Priesthood of Christ; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ; Ascension of Christ; Christ His ascension; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Christ Priest and King; Conversion at the ascension of Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Priesthood of Christ; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ First Line: Jesus, our Lord ascend thy throne Lyrics: 1 Jesus, our Lord ascend thy throne, And near the Father sit; In Zion shall thy power be known, And make thy foes submit. 2 What wonders shall thy gospel do! Thy converts shall surpass The numerous drops of morning dew, And own thy sovereign grace. 3 God hath pronounc'd a firm decree, Nor changes what he swore; "Eternal shall thy priesthood be, "When Aaron is no more. 4 "Melchisedec, that wondrous priest, "That king of high degree, "That holy man who Abraham blest, "Was but a type of thee." 5 Jesus our priest forever lives To plead for us above; Jesus our King forever gives The blessings of his love. 6 God shall exalt his glorious head, And his high throne maintain, Shall strike the powers and princes dead, Who dare oppose his reign. Scripture: Psalm 110 Languages: English
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Christ's Kingdom and Priesthood

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #196b (1790) Topics: Ascension of Christ; Christ His ascension; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Christ Priest and King; Conversion at the ascension of Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Priesthood of Christ; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ; Ascension of Christ; Christ His ascension; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Christ Priest and King; Conversion at the ascension of Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Priesthood of Christ; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ First Line: Jesus, our Lord ascend thy throne Lyrics: 1 Jesus, our Lord ascend thy throne, And near the Father sit; In Zion shall thy power be known, And make thy foes submit. 2 What wonders shall thy gospel do? Thy converts shall surpass The numerous drops of morning dew, And own thy sovereign grace. 3 God hath pronounc'd a firm decree, Nor changes what he swore; "Eternal shall thy priesthood be, "When Aaron is no more. 4 "Melchisedec, that wondrous priest, "That king of high degree, "That holy man who Abraham blest, "Was but a type of thee." 5 Jesus our priest forever lives To plead for us above; Jesus our King forever gives The blessings of his love. 6 God shall exalt his glorious head, And his high throne maintain, Shall strike the powers and princes dead, Who dare oppose his reign. Scripture: Psalm 110 Languages: English
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Christ exalted, and Multitudes converted; or, The Success of the Gospel

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David, corrected and enlarged, to which is added a collection of hymns; the whole applied to the state of the Christian Church in general (2nd ed.) #207b (1786) Topics: Ascension of Christ; Christ His ascension; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Christ Priest and King; Conversion at the ascension of Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Priesthood of Christ; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ; Ascension of Christ; Christ His ascension; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Christ Priest and King; Conversion at the ascension of Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Priesthood of Christ; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ First Line: Thus God th' eternal Father spake Lyrics: 1 Thus God th' eternal Father spake To Christ the Son: "Ascend and sit "At my right hand, 'till I shall make "Thy foes submissive at thy feet. 2 "From Zion shall thy word proceed, "Thy word, the sceptre in thy hand, "Shall make the hears of rebels bleed, "And bow their wills to thy command. 3 "That day shall shew thy power is great, "When saints shall flock with willing minds, "And sinners crowd thy temple-gate, "Where holiness in beauty shines." 4 O blessed power! O glorious day! What a large vict'ry shall ensue! And converts, who thy grace obey, Exceed the drops of morning dew. Scripture: Psalm 110 Languages: English
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Christ exalted, and Multitudes converted; or, The Success of the Gospel

Hymnal: Doctor Watts's Imitation of the Psalms of David #207b (1787) Topics: Ascension of Christ; Christ His ascension; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Christ Priest and King; Conversion at the ascension of Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Priesthood of Christ; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ; Ascension of Christ; Christ His ascension; Christ exalted to the kingdom; Christ Priest and King; Conversion at the ascension of Christ; Exaltation of Christ to the Kingdom; Priesthood of Christ; Suffering and Kingdom of Christ First Line: Thus God th' eternal Father spake Lyrics: 1 Thus God th' eternal Father spake To Christ the Son: "Ascend and sit "At my right hand, 'till I shall make "Thy foes submissive at thy feet. 2 "From Zion shall thy word proceed, "Thy word, the sceptre in thy hand, "Shall make the hears of rebels bleed, "And bow their wills to thy command. 3 "That day shall shew thy power is great, "When saints shall flock with willing minds, "And sinners crowd thy temple-gate, "Where holiness in beauty shines." 4 O blessed power! O glorious day! What a large vict'ry shall ensue! And converts, who thy grace obey, Exceed the drops of morning dew. Scripture: Psalm 110 Languages: English

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