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8. O put your trust in him alway, ye peo
this manner : and lift
hands in thy
fore under the Thadow of thy wings
I rejoiće. Hallelujah. Solo,
Y soul truly waiteth upon GOD:
is my defence, so that I fhall not greatly
7. In God is
ple: pour out your hearts before him,
health and my glory: the rock of my might, and in God is my trust. Hallelujah. mit
Bajs, Contra tenor.
PSAL. LXXXVI. !, ?
on thee: for thou heareft me.
11 O Lordi
O LORD: there is not one that can do
as thou doeft. 9. All nations, whom thou hast made, shall
come and worship thee, O LORD: and
fhall glorify thy Name. 10. For thou art great, and doest wondrous
things: thou art God alone.
be at peace with him:
away iniquity from thee. 25, 26. Then shall he be thy defence,
and thy delight : 27. Thou shalt make thy prayer unto him,
and he will hear thee. 28. The LORD will deliver the righteous,
he will save the humble man,
Bass, very present help in trouble.
Teñor, 2. Therefore we will not fear, though the
earth tremble, 3. Though the mountains shake, and the Two waters rage and swell. 3
though the contra
50-7. For God is in the midst of us, there
fore shall we not be moved: God is our
help and refuge. 8. O behold the works of the LORD, he
maketh wars to cease in all the world : he is exalted among the heathen, he is exalted in the earth.
thou LORD of hosts !
enter into the courts of the LORD: my
houfe: they will alway be praising thee. PsAL. cxvi. 15. I will offer to thee the
facrifice of thanksgiving : and will call
upon the Name of the LORD. 16. I will pay my vows unto the LORD,
in the fight of all his people : in the courts of the Lord's house, even in the midst of thee, o Jerusalem. · Praise the LORD.
Two Psal. CVII.
Voices. Give thanks unto the LORD.
Bass, 2. Let them give thanks whom
Contra. the LORD hath redeemed: and delivered tenor.
from the hand of the enemy. . 16. For he hath broken the gates of brass : 14. he hath brought them out of darkness, 13. and the shadow of death, and deliver
ed them from their distress.
Lord for his goodness: and declare the
crifice of thanksgiving: and tell out his
works with gladñess. 15.
O that men would therefore praise the 22. LORD for his goodness: that they
would offer unto him the facrifice of
ty God bath fpoken : and called the world, from the rising up of the sun,
to the going down thereof. 6. The heavens shall declare his righteous
ness: for God is judge himfelf. 3. Qur. Gop thall come, and shall not keep
filence; there fhall go before him e consuming fire, and a mighty tempest shall
be stirred up round about him... 15. Call upon God in time of trouble : fo
will he hear thee, and thou fhalt praise
Compofed on the occafion of his Majesty's birth-Day PSAL. XXI.
. 1. HE king fhall rejoice in thy
s strength, O LORD: exceeding glad fhall he be of thy falvation. 3.
Thou shalt prevent him with the blesfings of goodness: and hast set a crown
of pure gold upon his head. Psal. Ixi. 6. O LORD,- grant him a long
life : that his years may endure throughout all generations.