Praise Him according to His excellent greatness.@Psalm 150:2
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John Fawcett (1740-1817)
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John Fawcett, Hymns Adapted to the Circumstances of Public Worship and Private Devotion (Leeds, England: G. Wright & Son, 1782), number 42.

Andrews John Black (1817-1871) (🔊 pdf nwc).

Infinite excellence Is Thine
Thou lovely Prince of grace!
Thy uncreated beauties shine
With never-fading rays.

Sinners from earth’s remotest end
Come bending at Thy feet;
To Thee their prayers and vows ascend;
In Thee their wishes meet.

Thy name as precious ointment shed,
Delights the Church around;
Sweetly the sacred odor spreads
Through all Immanuel’s ground.

Millions of happy spirits live
On Thy exhaustless store;
From Thee they all their bliss receive,
And still Thou givest more.

Thou are their triumph and their joy,
They find their all in Thee;
Thy glories will their tongues employ
To all eternity.