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How just and merciful is God
How long wilt Thou forget me,
How shail the young preserve their ways
How vast must their advantage be
Let all the just to God with joy
Let all the lands with shouts of joy
Lord, from Thy unexhausted store
Lord, hear my prayer, and to my cry
Lord, hear my suppliant prayer
Lord, hear the voice of my complaint
Lord, keep me, for I trust in Thee
Lord ! let me know mine end
Lord, let me know my term of days
Lord, my complaints to Thee ascend
Lord, to us our sires have told.
My God, my God, why leav'st Thou me
My Shepherd is the living Lord
My soul, inspired with sacred love
My soul, praise the Lord
No change of times shall ever shock .
O bless'd estate ! bless'd from above .
O come, loud anthems let us sing
O God, my gracious God, to Thee .
O God, my heart is fix’d, 'tis bent
O God of hosts, the mighty Lord
O God, our strength, to Thee the song
O God! Thou art my God alone
Israel's Shepherd, Joseph's Guide .
Lord of hosts, return again
rd, the Saviour and defence
PS. 146 118 150 135 149 105 106
8 122 87
O praise the Lord, and thou, my soul
O praise the Lord, for He is good.
O praise the Lord in that bless'd place
O praise the Lord with one consent
O praise ye the Lord
O render thanks, and bless the Lord
O render thanks to God above.
0 Thou, to whom all creatures bom
O'twas a joyful sound to hear
O Zion, glorious things to come
Praise the Lord enthroned on high
Praise the Lord, for He is love
Praise the Lord, ye hosts above
Sing to the Lord a new-made song
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3 118 24
Thee I'll extol, my God and King .
The heavens declare Thy glory, Lord
The Lord descended from above
The Lord Himself, the mighty Lord
The Lord is kind and merciful
The Lord, the universal King
The Lord to thy request attend
The spacious firmament on high
The Tempter to my soul hath said
This day is God's ; let all the land
This spacious earth is all the Lord's
Thou, gracious Lord, art my defence .
Thou, Lord, by strictest search hast known
Through all the changing scenes of life
Thy all-commanding word of old
Thy justice, like the hills, remains
Thy mercies manifold
Thy uncontrollid dominion shall
Thy Word is to my feet a lamp
To bless Thy chosen race
To celebrate Thy praise, O Lord
To God above, from all below
To God, in whom I trust.
To God, the mighty Lord
To my request and earnest cry
To Sion's hill I lift my eyes .
Vex not thy soul for men of pride.
When I pour out my soul in prayer
While God vouchsafes me His support
While my God His succour sendeth
Who place on Sion's God their trust
Who shall in Thy tent abide
With cheerful notes let all the earth.
With glory clad, with strength array'd
With me, Thy servant, Thou hast dealt .
With one consent let all the earth,
Ye boundless realms of joy
Ye saints and servants of the Lord
You that are of princely birth .
How bless'd is he who ne'er consents
By ill advice to walk;
Nor stands in sinners' ways, nor sits
Where men profanely talk.
But makes the perfect law of God
His business and delight;
Devoutly reads therein by day,
And meditates by night.
Like some fair tree, which, fed by streams,
With timely fruit does bend,
He still shall flourish, and success
All his designs attend.
For God approves the just man's ways,
To happiness they tend;
But sinners, and the paths they tread,
Shall both in ruin end.
3, 4, 5. 8.
Thou, gracious Lord, art my defence;
On Thee my hopes rely;
Thou art my glory, and shalt yet
Lift up my head on high.
Since whensoe'er in like distress
To God I made my prayer,
He heard me from His holy hill,
Why should I now despair ?
Guarded by Him, I laid me down
My sweet repose to take ;
For Î through Him securely sleep,
Through Him in safety wake.
Salvation to the Lord belongs,
He only can defend;
His blessing He extends to all,
That on His power depend.
THE Tempter to my soul hath said,
“There is no help in God for thee:” Lord ! lift Thou up Thy servant's head,
My glory, shield, and solace be. Thus to the Lord I raised my cry;
He heard me from His holy hill ; At His command the waves rollid by;
He beckon'd, and the winds were still. I laid me down and slept ;-I woke;
Thou, Lord, my spirit didst sustain; Bright from the east the morning broke, Thy comforts rose on me again.