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Hymn 85

 Salvation, righteousness, and strength in Christ.
The Lord on high proclaims His Godhead from his throne: "Mercy and justice are the names By which I will be known.
"Ye dying souls that sit In darkness and distress, Look from the borders of the pit To my recov'ring grace.
" Sinners shall hear the sound; Their thankful tongues shall own, "Our righteousness and strength is found In thee, the Lord, alone.
" In thee shall Isr'el trust, And see their guilt forgiv'n; God will pronounce the sinners just, And take the saints to heav'n.

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