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What though no objects strike upon the sight! Thy sacred presence is an inward light. What though no sounds shall penetrate the ear! To listening thought the voice of truth is clear. Sincere devotion needs no outward shrine; The centre of an humble soul is thine. There may I worship! and there mayst thou place Thy seat of mercy, and thy throne of grace! Yea, fix, if Christ my advocate appear, The dread tribunal of thy justice there! Let each vain thought, let each impure desire Meet in thy wrath with a consuming fire.

And here are two of more lyrical favour.

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