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6 Shout to the Lord, ye lurging seas, .

In your eternal roar;
Let wave to wave resound his praise,

. And shore reply to shore.
7 While monsters, sporting on the flood,

In scaly îlver thine,
Speak terribly their Maker, God,

And lath the foaming brine.
8 But gentler things thali tune his name

To softer notes than there, .
Young zephyrs breathing o'er the Arcam,

Or whisp'ring thro the trees.
9 Wave your tall heads, ye lofty pines,

To him that bids ye growi
Sweet clusters bend the fruitful vines

On ev'ry thankful bough.
10 Let the Thrill bitds his honour raise,

And climb the morning fky;
While grov'ling bealts attempt his praise

In hoarser barmony. 11 Thus, while the meaner creatures fing,

Ye mortals, take the found
Echo the glories of your King
: Thro' all the nations round, i

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HYMN CLXIV.
The God of Abrah’m praife,
Who reigns enthron'd above;.
Ancient of everlasting days,

And God of love: ...
JEHOVAH, GREAT I AM!

By earth and heav'n confeft;
I bow and bless the sacred name,..!

For ever bleft.

2 The God of Abrah'm praise,

At whose fupreme commande :
From earth I rise and seek the joys'
:. At his right-hand : m imi
I all on earth forsake sind in

Its wisdom, fame, and pow'r; e
And him my only portion make, isto

My thield and tow'r.
3 The God of Abrahim praise,

Whose all-sufficient grace
Shall guide me all my happy days,
In all my, ways..

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He calls a worm his friend!

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He calls himself my God!""
And he' Thall save me to the end,

*** Thro? Jesu's blood !
.4 He by himself hath sworn,..is

I on his oath dependoh uning
I fally on eagle's wings up-bornej. /

To heav'n afcendi
I shall behold his face, tá

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I shall his pow'r adore, .
And fing the wonders of his grace was

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HYMN CLXV, 1 My Saviour, may almighty friend, 73

When I begin to praise,
Where will the growing numbers enda ::

The numbers of thy grace a upra 2 Thou art my everlasting truft, gues

Thy goodness I adore ; *** HI
Send down thy grace, Oblefled Lord,

That I may love thee more. ..

3 My feet shall travel all the length

Of the celestial road;
And march with courage in thy ftrength,

To see the Lord my God. :
4 Awake, awake, my tuneful pow'rs,

With this delightful song, s.
And entertain the darkest hours,
Nor think the season loage

HYMN CLXVI.
I nis, this is the God we adore,

Our faithful, unchangeable friends
Whose love is as great as his pow's,

And neither knows measure nor end. 'Tis Jesus, the First and the Latt,

Whore spirit tall guide us fafe home; We'll praise him for all that is past, " And truft him for all that's to come,

HYMN CLXVII.
I LORD, how divine 'thy comforts are !

How heav'nly is the place
Where Jesus spreads the facred feast

Of his redeeming grace!
2 There the rich bounties of our God,

And sweetest glories shine ;
There Jesus says that'I am his,

And my Beloved's mine. 3 Here (fays the kind redeeming Lord, ..

And Thews his wounded ade) See here the spring of all your joys

That open'd when I dy'd! 4 He smiles, and cheers my mournful heart,

And tells of all his pain,
All this, says he, I bore for thee,

And then he smiles again.

5 What shall we pay our heav'nly King of

For grace fo vast as this? Dini
He brings our pardon to our eyes,

And feals it with a kiss. 9) est 6 Let luch amazing loves as thefe ****

Be founded all abroad;::;: I II
Such favours are beyond degrees, rin

And worthy of a God. in.
To him that wash'd us in his blood

Be everlasting praife, similiter
Salvation, honours glory, pow'ry: A
Eternal as his days. *17 !D), I

HYMN CLXVIII.
I W HEN all the mercies of my God

My rigng foul surveys,
Why, my cold heart, art thou not locks

In wonder, love, and praise ? we. 2 Thy providence my life fuftain'd,

And all my wants redrest, 1 .a
While in the filent womb Ilay, 7. .

And hung upon the breast...
3 To all my weak complaints and cries I

Thy mercy lent an ear,"
Ere yet my feeble thoughts had learn'd: :

To form themselves in pray’r.:
4 Unnumber'd comforts on my foulevarI

Thy tender care bestow'da 1942
Before my infant-heart conceird Ain

From whom those comforts flow dar 5 When in the dipp'ry paths of youth,

With heedless fteps I ran,

Thine arm, unseen, convey'd me safe, - And led me up to man:

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And march with courage in thy ftrength,

To see the Lord my God. 1571
4. Awake, awake, tý tuneful pow'rs, i

With this delightful fongs i A.
And entertain che dárkeft hours,
Nor think the seafon longeo.

HYMN CLXVI.,
I mis, this is the God we adore, .

Our faithful, unchangeable friends,
Whose love is as great as his pow'r,

And neither knows measure nor end. * "Tis Jesus, the First and the Laft,

Whore spirit fhall guide us fafe home; i We'll praise him for all that is past, And truft him for all that's co come, : -

- HYMN CLXVII. I Lord, how divine thy comforts are !

How htav hly is the place **** Where Jesus spreads the facred feast

Of his redeeming grace!.
2 There the rich bounties of our God,

And sweetest glories thine ;
There Jesus says that'I am bis,: " I

And my Beloved's mine. In
3 Here (fays the kind redeeming Lord, ..'.

And thews his wounded ade) ", See here the spring of all your joys is?

That open'd when I dy'd!
4 He smiles, and cheers my mournful heart,

And tells of all his pain,
All this, says be, I bore for thee,

And then he smiles again.

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