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Psalm XCV. .,
THIS is a proper psalm for public worsliip,
highest note of gratitude, he will ever be above all blessing and praise.
I. f\ COME let us lift up our voice ^ and sing unto the Lord, In Jesus our strong rock rejoice let us with one accord.
Yea let us come before his face
to give him thanks and praise, In singing psalms unto his grace
let us be glad always. III. Come let us bow unto the Lord,
before him let us fall, And worship him with one accord
the Maker of us all. IV. He is indeed the Lord our God,
for us he doth provide, We are his flock, he doth us seed
his sheep, and he our guide.
The word Aavent signisies coming, and these sour Sundays before Christmas, were set apart for our meditation upon the coming of Christ in the flelh, and upon his coming at the last day. The psalms which I have chosen treat of both his advents: And they, who are partakers by saith of the benesit of his sirst fining, may look forward to his second, and sing oth with a hope full of glory and immortality.