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PSALMS AND HYMNS...
PSALM I. . .. . . 1 PLEȘT is the man, and none but here
D Who walks not with ungodly men,
8"; The persecutor's guilt to share,
To search his soul.converting word: The law of liberty to prove,
The perfect law of life and love." : "clo 3 Fast by the streams of paradise
He, as a pleasant plant, shall grow;;!in
And all his blooming hovours show; !!!
His works of faith shall never cease;
Whom God himself delights to bless : - But no success the’ ungodly find, . Scatter'd like chaff before the wind. $ No portion and no place have they , '... With those whom God vouchsafes to' approve;
Cast in the dreadful judgment-day,
Who trample on their Saviour's love;
1 TAHY do the Jews and Gentiles join,
VV To execute a vain design;
And storm with unavailing rage?
The rulers list themselves his foes,
And slay the incarnate Deity.
And Jesus, his anointed Son;
And reign Almighty in his stead.
Enthron'd in everlasting love,
And laugh to scorn their furious pride.
And vex his baffled enemies;
“ And plac'd him on his Father's throne: 6 66 Wherefore to him, ye kings submit,
66 Be wise to fall, and kiss his feet:
“ Ye rulers of the earth obey.
« Lest you in anger he disown,
“ And leave you in your sins to die.
" All good, Almighty to redeem !
« They only shall his mercy prove, : « Lovid with an everlasting love."
A HYMN. 1 ANOTHER day preserv'd by grace,
A We end it with our Saviour's praise,
Come, take your stand around our bed. 2 We soon shall wake with you to sing, .
In presence of our heavenly King;
Shall endless ages roll away.
Mark the troublers of my peace,
Heaven, they say, its help denies , ' “ Help he seeks from God in vain,
6 God hath given him up to man.” 2 But thou art a shield for me,
Succour, still, I find in thee;.
Strong in thine Omnipotence. 3 To the Lord I cried; the cry
Brought my Helper from the sky;
4 Kept by him, I cannot fear
Sin, the world, or Satan near;
Save me, O my God, from all. 5 Thou hast sav'd me heretofore,
Thou hast quell'd the adverse power,
Save me, save me to the end. 8 Thine it is, O Lord, to save,
Strength in Thee, thy people have; ?
PSALM IV. PART I. 1 C OD of my righteousness,
T Tby humble suppliant hear, 'Thou hast reliev'd me in distress,
And thou art always near:
The peaceful answer send,
And all my troubles end. 2 How long, ye song of men,
Will ye blaspheme aloud,
And vilify my God?
In vanity and vice,
And follow after lies ?
Hath surely set apart
The man of upright heart:
And when to him I pray,
He promises to hear,
And answer all my prayer. 4 Ye sinners, stand in awe,
And from your sins depart,
And commune with your heart :
Be day and night employ’d;
But wait upon your God.der flis 5 Offer your prayer and praise, cenik
Which he will not despise, hiszen
But trust in him alone, te is visites
PART ILLUA!! i
santha 6 THE world, with fruitless pain,
i Seek happiness below; t erbased on What man, they ask, (but all in vain)
The long-sought good will show dedi .
Give us, O Lord, to see ; * » 1 2375
And happiness in thee. .. .e 7' Thou hast on me bestow'd, cd bills...
All.gracious as thou art, I ni 415
And fix'd it in my heart: ..
l ow Now, Lord, within thine arms I rest,
And who shall pluck me hence?'