Christ alone the way to Heaven, or, Jacob's ladder improved containing four sermons lately preach'd on Genesis XXVIII, XII : wherein the doctrine of free-grace is display'd through Jesus Christ : also discovering the nature, office, and ministration of the holy angels : to which is added one sermon on Rom. 8, 1 : with some short reflections on Mr. Samuel Clark's new book intituled Scripture justification
Keach, Benjamin, 1640-1704.

An Hymn of Praise.

MOunt up, ye Saints; O, still ascend;
O, soar on High, and sing;
Ye Darlings of the Lord above,
Sing Praise to your Great King.
See, see, what Honour God confers!
How Angels do attend,
And wait on you continually,
And will until the End.
See how the Cherubs do rejoice
In all the Work they do;
O learn of them, lift up your Voice,
Mount, and sing as you go.
Our Life should be a Life of Praise,
Who are redeem'd from Earth;
Page  116Lord, let's exalt Thee all our Days,
And set thy Glory forth.
Thy Servants which do wait on Thee
In thy High Court above,
Are sent to wait on such as we:
This shews thy Matchless Love
To us below, who nothing are:
What is Man! what are we,
That thou such Honour shouldst confe,
And wilt t' Eternity.