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35 Holiness and Divine Favor

PSALM 18 L. M. CLOLATA W. St. Clair Palmer

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1 Since with my God with per-fect heart I walk and make His word my guide,

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And from in - ig - ui - ty de-part, The Lord His bless-ing will pro - vide.

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36 Our Source of Strength

PSALM 18 L. M. MozART Arranged from Mozart

1. As Thou, O Lord, hast made me strong To o - ver - come my might-y foe,

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37 Nature's Tribute to God

PSALM 19 H. M. ARTHUR's SEAT Arranged from John Goss

spa - cious heavens de - clare The glo - ry of our God,

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Day un - to day pro-claims His might, And night His wis - dom tells to night.

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2 Aloud they do not speak, 3 The clouds of heaven are spread, They utter forth no word, A tent to hold the sun, Nor into language break, And like a bridegroom fair Their voice is never heard; Comes forth the mighty one, Yet through the world the truth they Rejoicing in his strength and grace bear - To run his wondrous daily race.

And their Creator's power declare.

4 His daily going forth
Is from the end of heaven;
The firmament to him
Is for his circuit given;
His journey reaches to its ends,
And everywhere his heat extends.

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[Stanzas 2 The Lord's commands are pure, 4 His errors who can know? 5-9] They light and joy restore; Cleanse me from hidden stain; Jehovah's fear is clean, Keep me from wilful sins, Enduring evermore; Nor let them o'er me reign; His statutes, let the world confess, And then I upright shall appear Are wholly truth and righteousness. And be from great transgressions clear. 3 They are to be desired 5 When Thou dost search my life, Above the finest gold; May all my thoughts within Than honey from the comb And all the words I speak More sweetness far they hold; Thy full approval win. With warnings they Thy servant guard, O Lord, Thou art a rock to me, In keeping them is great reward. And my Redeemer Thou shalt be. 39 The Witness of Nature to God PSALM 19 8s OLENA John B. Herbert

SC *-* 1 The heavens in their splendor de - clare The tand the glo-ry of God;

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Copyright, 1912, by United Presbyterian Board of Publication

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2 They speak not with audible word, Comes forth in his glorious strength,
Yet clear is the message they send; Rejoicing his circuit to run.
Their witness goes out through the earth,
Their word to the world's farthestend. * He tells through the length of the

heavens His Maker's great wisdom and might, 3 Forsaking his tent in the sky, And nothing in all of the earth Arrayed as a bridegroom, the sun Ishid from his heat and his light.

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1 The law that the Lord has or - dained Is perfect,the soul to re-store;
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Copyright, 1912, by United Presbyterian Board of Publication [Stanzas 5-tol 2 His precepts are righteous and just, Their warnings none heed and obey Rejoicing the heart and the mind; But find most abundant reward. And all His commandments are pure, 5 O who can his errors discern? [free; Enli ing the eves of the blind. - > nlightening the eyes e diln From hidden faults, Lord, keep me 3 The fear of the Lord is most clean, Let pride never reign in my heart, Forever unmoved it has stood; And clear of great sin I shall be.

His judgments are perfectly true,

In all things most righteous and good. 6 I pray that my words and my thoughts

May all with Thy precepts accord, 4 Such treasure no gold can supply, And ever be pleasing to Thee, Such sweetness no honey afford; My Rock, my Redeemer, my Lord.

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