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6 With hunger pin'd, for food I call, 17 Therefore, with psaltery and harp, From tảe livin. Panji Instead of food they give me gall; Thy truth, O LORD, I'll praise ;

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THE servants and
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My voice in anthems raise.
Their upright bear 2 7 For new afflictions they procurd 8 Then joy shall fill my mouth, and
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To bleed afresh, with sharper scorn. Shall in thy strength rejoice.
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PART II. (L. M.)
In hun rejoice, be

PSALM 56. (C. M.) | Who rides upi I MY soul, howe'er distress'd and

From the lxxii. Psalm of David. poor, 3 His chanots nusika1 Are heav'nis less ' Thy strong salvation shall restore ; Thy pow'r with songs I'll then pro


The happy fruits of peace;
La posee it bonoareši And celebrate with thanks thy Name. Which all the lands shall own to be
Our God shall this more highly prize

The work of righteousness :
Than herds or flocks in sacrifice;

2 White David's Son our needy race
Which humble saints with joy shall Shall rule with gentle sway;

And from their humble neck shall take
And hope for like redress with me.

Oppressive yokes away.
3 For God regards the poor's' com:

3 In ev'ry heart thy awful feat And frees the captive from restraint; As long as sun and moon endure,

Shall then be rooted fast,
Let heav'n, earth, sea, their voices

Or time itself shall last.
And all the world resound his praise. |4 He shall descend like rain, that

PSALM 55. (C. M.)

The meadow's second birth;
From the lxxi. Psalm of David.

Or like warın show'rs, whose gentle

N thee I put my steadfast trust,
, :

Refresh the thirsty earth.
Incline thine ear, and save my soul,

5 In his blest days the just and good For righteous is thy Name.

Shall spring up all around; ? Be thou my strong abiding-place,

The happy lạnd shall ev'ry where To which I may resort :

With endless peace abound. Thy promise, Lord, is my defence, 6 His uncontroll'd dominion shall Thou art my rock and fort.

From sea to sea extend ;
3 My steadfast and unchanging hope Begin at proud Euphrates' stream,

At nature's limits end.
Shall on thy pow'r depend;
And I in grateful songs of praise 7 To him the savage nations round
My time to come will spend.

Shall bow their servile heads;
4 Thy, righteous acts and saving His vanquish'd foes shall lick the dust,

Where he his conquests spreads. My mouth shall still declare;

8 The kings of Tarshish and the isles Unable yet to count them all,

Shall costly presents bring;
Though summ'd with utmost care.

From spicy Sheba gifts shall come, $ While God vouchsafes me his sup.

And wealthy Saba's king.
l'il in his strength go on;

9. To him shall ev'ry king on earth All other righteousness disclaim,

His humble homage pay ;
And mention his alone.

And dift'ring nations gladly join

To own his righteous sway.
Thou, LORD, hast taught me from
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11 For him shall constant pray'r bel 2 By thee the borders of the earth 'made

In perfect order stand; Through all his prosp'rous days: The sunımer's warmth, and winte His just dominion shalt afford

cold, A lasting theme of praise.

Attend on thy command. 12 The mem'ry of his glorious Name

PSALM 59. Through endless years shall run;

(IV. 1.) His spotless fame shall shine as bright

From the lxxvi. Psalm of Davich And lasting as the sun. 13 In him the nations of the world

HE Name of our God

In Israel is known ;
Shall be completely bless'd,
And his unbounded happiness

His mansion belov'd

Is Sion alone : By ey'ry tongue confessid.

There broke he the arrow, 14 Then bless'd be God, the mighty

The eneiny hurld,

And honour'd his nountais
The God whom Israel fears;

Above all the world.
Who only wondrous in his works
Beyond compare, appears.

? The pride of thy foes 15 Let earth be with his glory fillid,

Is turn'd to thy praise ; For ever bless his Name;

Their fierceness o'errul'd Whilst to his praise the list’ning world

Thy providence sways: Their glad assent proclaim.

Their sin overflowing

Thy pow'r will restrain
PSALM 57. (L. M.)

Thy arm on the wicked

New glory will gain. From the Ixxiii. Psalm of David.

3 Ye nations, to God "HY presence, Lord, hath me sup. Vow homage sincere ; plied,

Devote to him gifts, Thou my right hand support dost Love, worship, and fear! give:

Before him, ye mighty, Chou first shalt with thy counsel guide, Your spirits repress!

And then to glory me receive, Ye high, and ye huinble, ? Whom then in heav'n, but thee. His wonders confess! alone,

PSALM 60. Have I, whose favour I require?

(C. M.) Throughout the spacious earth there's

From the lxxviii. Psalm of David. none, Compar'd with thee, that I desire.

HEAR, ou my people, to my law 3 My trembling flesh and aching Let the instruction of my mouth

heart May often fail to succour me';

Deep in your hearts descend. But God shall inward strength impart, ( 2 My tongue shall oracles proclaim And my eternal portion be.

Which ancient times have known. 4 For they that far from thee remove The truths which our forefathers' care Shall into sudden ruin fall;

To us has handed down. If after other gods they rove, fall.

3 We will not hide them from our sons, Thy vengeance shall destroy them

Our offspring shall be taught 5 But as for me, 'tis good and just The praises of the LORD, whose

That I should still to Goh repair; strength In him I always put my trust,

Has works of wonder wrought. And will his wondrous works declare.

4 For Jacob he his law ordain'd,

His league with Israel made; PSALM 58. (C. M.) With charge to be from age to age From the lxxiv. Psalm of David,

From race to race, convey'd. HINE is the cheerful day, O LORD; 5 That generations yet to come

Thine the return of night; Should to their unborn heira Thou hast prepard the glorious sun, Religiously transmit the same And ev'ry feebler light.

And they again to theirs.



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6 To teach them that in God alone 14 For this a statute was of old,
The summer's vaid
Their hope securely stands;

Which Jacob's God decreed

That they should ne'er his works for. The with pious care observ'd
Attend on the But keep his just commands. [get, By Israel's chosen seed.
PSALM 61. (L. M.)

PSALM 63. (C. M.)
From the lxxx. Psalm of David.

From the lxxxiv. Psalm of David.
THOU whom heav'nly hosts obey. O GODWof hosts, the mighty Lord,

How long shall thy fierce anger
In Israel se

Where thou, enthron'd in glory,
How long thy suff'ring people pray,

The brightness of thy face! (show'st And to their prayers have noreturn? 2 My longing soul faints with desire 2 Thou brought'st a vine from Egypt's My panting heart and flesli cry out

To vícw thy blest abode ;
And casting out the heathen race,

For thee, the living God.
Didst plant it with thine own right|3 The birds, more happy far than 1,

Around thy temple throng;
And firmly fix it in their place. Securely there they build, and there
3 Before it thou prepar'dst the way,

Securely hatch their young.
And mad'st it take a lasting root, 4 O LORD of hosts, my king and God)
Which, bless'd with thy indulgent ray, How highly bless'd are they,

O'er all the land did widely shoot. Who in thy temple always dwell, 4 The hills were cover'd with its shade,

And there thy praise display!
Its goodly boughs did cedars seem; 5 Thrice happy they, whose choice has
Its branches to the sea were spread, Their sure protection made, (thee
And reach'd to proud Euphrates' Who long to tread the sacred ways

That to thy dwelling lead !
$ To thee, O God of hosts, we pray, 6 Who pass through parch'd and

Thy wonted goodness, LORD, renew; thirsty vales, From heav'n, thy throne, this vine Yet no refreshment want ; (thou survey,

Their pools are filled with rain, which And her sad state with pity view. At their request dost grant. 6 Behold the vineyard made by thee, 17 Thus they proceed from strength to Which thy right hand did guard so strength, long;

And still approach more near ; And keep that branch from danger free, Till all on Sion's holy mount Which for thyself thou mad'st so Before their God appear. strong.

8 Within thy courts one single day 7 Do thou convert us, LORD, do thou ?Tis better to attend,

The lustre of thy face display; Than, LORD, in any other place And all the ills we suffer now,

A thousand days to spend.
Like scatter'd clouds, shall pass 9 Much rather in God's house will I

The meanest office take,
PSALM 62 (C. M.)

Than in the wealthy tents of sin
From the lxxxi, Psalm of David.

My pompous dwelling make.
10 For God, who is our Sun and Shield,

Will grace and glory give;
With loud applauses sing : And no good thing will he withhold
And jointly make a cheerful noise

From them that justly livé.
To-Jacob's awful King.

11 Thou, God, whom heavenly hosts 2 Compose a hymn of praise, and touch

How highly bless'd is he, [obey Your instruments of joy;

Whose hope and trust, securely plac'do

Are still reposed on thee!
Your grateful skill employ.
With charge to be fros Let psalteries and tuneful harps

3 Let trumpets at the festival

(C. M.) Their joyful voices raise,

From the lxxxv. Psalm of David. To celebrate th' appointed time,

GOD our Saviour, all our hearts

0 The solemn day of praise.

To thy obedience turn;

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That, quenchid wäh our repenting 6 Among the gods there's none liks tears,

thee, Thy wrath no more may burn. O LORD, alone divine ! 2 For why should'st thou be angry still, To thee as much inferior they,

As are their works to thine. And wrath so long retain ? Revive us, Lord, and let thy saints 7 Therefore their great Creator, thee, * Thy wonted comfori gain.

The nations shall adore ; 3 Thy gracions favour, Lord, display, Their long-inisguided pray’rs and Which we have long implor'd :

praise And, for thy wondrous mercy's sake, To thy bless'd Name restowe. Thy wonted aid afford.

8 All shall confess thee great, and 4 God's answer patiently I'll wait;

great For he with glad success,

The wonders thou hast done; If they no more to folly turn,

Confess thee God, the God supreme, His mourning saints will bless. Confess thee God alone. 5 To all that fear God's holy Name

9 Teach me thy way, O LORD, and I His sure salvation's near ;

From truth shall ne'er depart ; His glory in our happy land

In rev'rence to thy sacred Name For ever shall appear.

Devoutly fix my heart. 6 For mercy now with truth is join'd; 10 Thee will I praise, O LORD my And righteousness with peace,

Like kind companions, absent long, Praise thee with heart sincere,
With friendly arms embrace.

And to thy everlasting Name 7 Truth from the earth shall spring, Eternal trophies rear.

whilst heav'n Shall streams of justice pour;

11 Thy boundless mercy shown to me And God, from whoin all goodness For thou hast oft redeem'd my soul

Transcends my pow'r to tell; Shall endless plenty show'r, (flows, From lowest deeps of hell. Before him righteousness shall 16 And thou thy constant goodness And his just paths prepare; (march,

didst While we his holy steps pursue

To my assistance bring:
With constant zeal and care., Of patience, mercy, and of truth,

PSALM 65. (C. M.) Thou everlasting spring!
From the lxxxvi. Psalm of David.

PSALM 66. (II. 3.) ТО 10 my complaint, O Lord my God, From the lxxxvii. Psalm of David

Thy gracious ear incline;' dear me, distress'd and destitute

Vods temple crowns

the holy

mount, Of all relief but thine.

The LORD there condescends t 2 Do thou, O GOD, preserve my soul, dwell;

That does thy Name adore; His Sion's gates, in his 'account, Thy servant keep, and him whose Our Israel's fajrest tents excel : trust

Yea, glorious things of thee we sing, Relies on thee, restore...

O city of th' almighty King! 3 To me, who daily thee invoke,

2 Of honour'd Sion we aver, Thy mercy, LORD, extend; Refresh thy servant's soul, whose Th’ Almighty shall establish her,

Illustrious throngs from her proceed hopes On thee alone depend.

And shall enrol ber holy seed:

Yea, for his people he shall count 4 Thou, LORD, art good, nor only good, The children of his favour'd mount. But prompt to pardon too;

3 He'll Sion find with numbers filled Of plenteous mercy to all those Who for thy mercy sue.

Who celebrate his matchless praise

Who, here in hallelujahs skilld, 5 To my repeated humble pray'r, In heaven their harps and bymni O LORD, attentive be;

shall raise : When troubled, I on thee will call, O Sion, seat of Israel's King, For thon either pe.

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PSALM 67. (L. M.) 7 With rev'rence and religious dread, Among the ça !

His saints should to his temple From the lxxxvïii. Psalm of David.

To thee as I VOD of my life, O LORD most high, His fear through all their hearts should
O Lord, alone

To thee by day and night I cry; spread,
As are the most Vouchsafe my mournful voice to hear, Who his almighty Name confess.

То my distress incline thine ear.
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8 LORD God of armies, who can boast The rations ca. et 2 Like those whose strength and hopes

Of strength or pow'r like thine re. are filed,

Their bugun
They number me among the dead;'

Of such a num'rous, faithful host,
To thy bles i les like those who, shrouded in the grave, As that which does thy throne sur
From thee no more remembrance have.

All shall conei 3 Wilt thon by miracle revive

The dead whom thqu forsook'st alive? 9 Thou dost the lawless sea control,
Shall the mute grave thy love confess,

And change the prospect of the
Conless thee GOD.3. A mould'ring tomb thy faithfulness? deep;

Thou mak'st the sleeping billows roll; 4 To thee, O LORD, 'I cry forlorn, Thoi mak'st the rolling billowa Teach me tbr wards My pray'r prevents the early morn.

From truth shat meat Why hast thou, Lord, my soul for

10 In thee the sov'reign right remains Nor once vouchsafd a gracious look ? of earth and heav'n; thee, LORD,

10 Thee will I praxi 5 Companions dear, and friends be-

The world, and all that it contains,

Their Maker and Preserver own.

11 Thine arm is mighty, strong thy 1.ind to threrers 3 God of my life, O LORD most high, Vouchsafe to hear my mournful cry!.

hand, PSALM 68. (L. M.).

Yet, LORD, thou dost with justice,

From the Ixxxix. Psalm of David. Possessid of absolute command,
HY mercies, LORD, shall be my

Thou truth and mercy dost main

My song on them shall ever dwell;

12 Happy; thrice happy they, who To ages yet unborn, my tongue

Thy never-failing truth thall tell.

Thy sacred trumpet's joyful sound;
I have affirm'd, and still maintain, Who may at festivals appear,
Thy mercy shall for ever last; With thy most glorious presence

PSALM $Thy truth, that does the heav'ns sus-

Like them shall stand for ever fast.

13 Thy saints shall always be o'er

3 Thus spak'st thou by thy prophet's Who on thy sacred name rely;
voice :

And, in thy righteousness employ'd,
“ With David I a league have made; Above their foes be rais'd on high.
To him, my servant, and my choice,
By solemn oath this grant convey'd : 14 For in thy strength they shall ad,

4" While earth, and seas, and skies Whose conquests from thy favour,

Thy seed shall in my sight remain; The LORD' of bosts is our defence,
To them thy throne I will ensure, And Israel's God our Israel's King

They shall to endless ages reign."
5 For such stupendous truth and love,

Both heav'n and earth just praises

From the xc. Psalm of David.
By choirs of angels sung above,
And by assembled saints below.

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