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4. To thy falvation, Lord, for aid,

We chearfully repair ;
With banners in thy name display'd,

The Lord accept our prayer.
5. Our hopes are fix'd, that now.the Lord

Our sovereign will defend : From heay'n refiftless aid afford,

And to his pray'r attend.


23. 1. THE Lord himself, the mighty L.ord, The shepherd, by whose constant care,

My wants are all supply'd.
2. In pastures fair he makes me feed,

And gently to repose;
Then leads me to the shades, and where

Refreshing water fows.
3. He doth my wand'ring foul reclaim,

And, to his endless praise, Instruct with humble zeal to walk

In his moft righteous ways.

4. Since

"Mhepherd is the living Lord,

4. Since God doth thus his wond'rous lott,

Thro' all iny life extend,
That life to him I will devote,
And in his temple spend.

PSALM 23. 0. V.

Nothing therefore I need;
In pastures fair near pleasant streams

He setteth me to feed. 2. He shall convert and glad my soul,

And bring my mind in frame, To walk in pachs of righteousness,

For his most holy name, 1; 3. Yea, though I walk in vale of death,

Yet will I fear no ill;
Thy rod and staff do comfort me,

And thou art with me ftill.
5. Thro all my life, thy favour is

So frankly shew'd to me,
That in chy house for evermore,
My dwelling-place shall be.


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THIS spacious earth is all the Lord's,

The Lord's her fullness is;
The world, and they who dwell therein,

By fou'reign right are his.
2. But for himfelf, this Lord of all,

One chosen feat design'd:
O! who fhalf to that sacred hill,

Desir'd adinitrance find. 3. The man, whose hands and heart are pure,

Whofe thoughts from pride are free; Who honest poverty prefers,

To gainful perjury. 4. This, this is he on whom the Lord,

Shall show'r his blessings down; Whom God his Saviour shall vouchsafe,

With righteoufness to crown. 5. Such is the race of saints, by whom :?

The sacred courts are trod;
And such the profelytes, that seek
The face of Jacob's God.


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PSALM 24. Part 2. 1: E TRECT your head, eternal gateş, s Unfold, to entertain

ir The King of Glory; see, he comes,

With his celestial train. 2. Who is the King of Glory? who

The Lord, for strength renown'd? In battle mighty, o'er his foes

Eternal victor crown'd.
3. Erect your heads, ye gates, unfold

In state, to entertain
The King of Glory; see, he comes,

With all his shining train,
4. Who is the King of Glory? who

The Lord of Hofts renown'd Of glory, he alone is king,

Who is with glory crown'd.


P s A L M 25.
HY mercies and thy love,
Lord, recall to mind;

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And graciously continue ftill,

As thou wert ever' kind.
2. Let all my youthful crimes,

Be blotted out by thee;
And for thy wond'rous goodness fake,

In mercy think on me.
3. His mercy and his truth,

The righteous Lord displays,
In bringing wand'ring finners home,

And teaching them his ways. 4. He those in justice guides,

Who his direction seek; And in his sacred paths, shall

. lead
The humble and the meek.
5. Thro' all the ways of God,

Both truth and mercy shine,
To such as with religious hearts,

To his bleft word incline.


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