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Voices.

24.

O

Bass,
Contra-
tenor,
Treble.

PSAL, CIV.
LORD, how manifold are thy

works: in wisdom haft thou made them all; the earth is full of thy

riches. 25. So is also the great and wide fea:

wherein are things creeping innumerable, both small and great

beasts. 26. There

go the ships, and there is that Leviatban: whom thou hast made to

take his pastime therein. 27. These wait all upon thee: that thou

mayest give them meat in due season. 28. When thou givest it them, they gather

it: and when thou openest thy hand, they

are filled with good. 29. When thou hidest thy face, they are

troubled: when thou takest away their breath, they die, and are turned again

to their dust. 30. When thou lettest thy breath go forth,

they shall be made: and thou fhalt re

new the face of the earth. 31. The glorious majesty of the LORD shall

endure for ever : the LORD shall rejoice in his works., Hallelujah. Amen.

PSAL.

Two Voices.

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Tenor

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upon the lute

PSAL. XCII.
T is a good thing to give thanks unto
the LORD: and to sing praises unto

bass,
thy Name, O most highest;
2. To tell of thy loving kindness early in tenor.

the morning: and of thy truth in the

night season;
3. Upon an instrument of ten strings, and

: upon a loud instrument,
and upon the harp.
4. For thou, LORD, hast made me glad

through thy works: and I will rejoice in
giving praise for the operations of thy

hands.
5. O LORD, how glorious are thy works :

thy thoughts are very deep.
6. An unwise man doth not well consider

this: and a fool doth not understand it.
7. When the ungodly are green as the grass,

and when all the workers of wickedness
do flourish: then shall they be destroyed
for ever: but thou, LORD, art the most
highest for evermore. Amen. Amen.

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Psal. XCVI.

song: sing unto the LORD, all the whole earth. 2. Sing unto the LORD, and praise his

Nạme: be telling of his salvation from day

to day. 3. Declare his honour unto the heathen:

and his wonders unto all people. í, 4. For the Lord is great, and cannot wor

thily be praised : he is more to be feared

than all Gods. 5. As for all the Gods of the heathen, they

are but idols: but it is the LORD that · made the heav'ns. 6. Glory and worship are before him: pow

er and honour are in his fanctuary. Amer. Amen,

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1.

Tenor,
Treble.

UNTO thee of

PSAL. XXV. of the old Verhon.

NTO thee, O LORD, do I lift

up my soul; O Lord my God, I trust in thee: let me not be ashamed,

let not mine enemies triumph over me. 2. Yea let none that wait on thee be asham

ed: let them be ashamed that transgress without a cause.

3. Shew

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3. Shew me thy ways, O LORD: and teach

me thy paths. 4. Lead me in thy truth, and teach me:

for thou art the God of my falvation; all

the day long I wait on thee, O LORD. 5. Remember, O Lord, thy loving kind

ness, and thy tender mercies: which

have been ever of old.
6. Remember not the sins of my youth;

nor my transgressions: according to thy
mercy, for thy goodness fake, remem-
ber
me,

O LORD.
19. O keep my soul, and deliver me: let

me not be ashamed, for I have put my trust in thee.

BODO

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