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4. Christ's Inheritance PSALM 2 L. M. UxBRIDGE Lowell Mason

2 Their strength is weakness in the sight 4 Be wise, ye rulers of the earth,

Of Him Who sits enthroned above; And serve the Lord with godly fear; He speaks, and judgments fall on them. With reverent joy confess the Son Who tempt His wrath and scorn His While yet in mercy He is near. love. 3. By God's decree His Son receives 5 Delay not, lest His anger rise, The nations for His heritage; [reign And ye should perish in your way; The conquering Christ supreme shall Lo, all that put their trust in Him As King of kings, from age to age. Are blest indeed, and blest for aye.

5 God Our Guardian

PSALM 3 C. M. DALEHURST Arthur Cottman

1 O Lord, how are my foes in-creased A-gainst me man - y

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God Our Guardian 2 Thou art my shield and glory, Lord, 4 Arise, O Lord; save me, my God;

My Saviour, O Most High. For Thou hast owned my cause, The Lord from out His holy hill And oft hast beaten down my foes Gives answer when I cry. Who scorn Thy righteous laws.

3 I laid me down and slept, I waked, 5 Salvation to the Lord belongs,

Because the Lord sustains; In Him His saints are blest; Though many thousands compass me, O let Thy blessing evermore Unmoved my soul remains. Upon Thy people rest.

6 A Trustful Appeal to God

PSALM 4 L. M. REST William B. Bradbury

2 How long, O men, will ye defame, 4 In reverence wait, from sin depart,
How long my glory turn to shame, In meditation calm your heart;
How long will ye vain follies prize, Hold fast the right, be true and just,
How long pursue deceit and lies 2 And in Jehovah put your trust.

3 But know, the Lord has set apart 5 O who will show us any good,
The man of godly life and heart Exclaims the faithless multitude;
To be His favored one for aye; But lift on us, O Lord, we pray,
Jehovah hears me when I pray. The brightness of Thy face this day.

6 More joy from Thee has filled my heart
Than great abundance could impart;
I lay me down to peaceful sleep,
For Thou, O Lord, dost safely keep.

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7 Quieting Thoughts

PSALM 4 6s and 5s PENITENCE Spencer Lane |

Through si - lent watch Think up - on -o-, b-e- -2—o By per. of C. L. H [Selected Stanzas I 2 Lay upon God's altar 3 In God's love abiding, Good and loving deeds, I have joy and peace And in all things trust Him More than all the wicked, To supply your needs. Though their wealth increase. Anxious and despairing, In His care confiding, Many walk in night; I will sweetly sleep, But to those that fear Him For the Lord, my Saviour, God will send His light. Will in safety keep. 8 Faith and Peace PSALM 4 6s and 5s MERRIAL Joseph Barnby

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Faith and Peace

When they call He sends them Bless - ings from a - bove.

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[Selected Stanzas)

2 Stand in awe, and sin not, But to those that fear Him Bid your heart be still; God will send His light.

Through the silent watches

Think upon His will. 4 In His care confiding,

I will sweetly sleep,

3 Anxious and despairing, For the Lord, my Saviour, Many walk in night; Will in safety keep. 9 An Entreaty for Guidance PSALM 5 7s CoMFORT English Melody

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2 Thou, Jehovah, art a God 3 In the fulness of Thy grace

Who delightest not in sin; To Thy house I will repair,

Evil shall not dwell with Thee, Bowing toward Thy holy place,
Nor the proud Thy favor win. In Thy fear will worship there.

Evildoers Thou dost hate, Lead me in Thy righteousness,
Lying tongues Thou wilt defeat; Let my foes assail in vain;

God abhors the man who loves Lest my feet be turned aside,
Violence and base deceit. Make Thy way before me plain.

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} In the ful - ness of Thy grace To Thy house I will re - pair, ‘i Bow -ing toward Thy ho - ly place, In Thy fear will wor-ship there. D.C. Lest my feet be turned a - side, Make Thy way be -fore me plain.

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[Stanzas 3-5] 2 False and faithless are my foes, 3 O let all that trust Thy care In their mouth no truth is found; Everglad and joyful be; Deadly are the words they speak, Let them joy who love Thy Name, All their thoughts with sin abound. Safely guarded, Lord, by Thee. Bring, O God, their plans to nought, For a blessing from Thy store Hold them guilty in Thy sight, To the righteous Thou wilt yield; For against Thee and Thy law Thou wilt compass him about They have set themselves to fight. With Thy favor as a shield. 11 Prayer and Protection PSALM 5 7s REDHEAD Richard Redhead

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Hear my cry, my King, my God, I will make my prayer to Thee.

I4 [Selected Stanzas)

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