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12. O give me the comfort of thy help
again: and stablish me with thy free
spirit. is. Caft me not away from thy presence :
and take not thy holy Spirit from me. 15. Thou shalt open my lips, O LORD: and my
mouth shall shew thy praise. 13:
Then shall I teach thy ways unto the wicked: and finners shall be converted
unto thee. 19. Then shalt thou be pleased with the fa
crifice of righteousness, with burnt offer14. ings and oblations: and my tongue shall
sing of thy righteousness.
a broken and contrite heart, O God, thou
6, 7. O
serve him. Psal. lxxxix. 29. Let thy mercy continue
with him for evermore ; and thy counsel
stand fast with him. 30. Let his feed endure for ever: and his
Throne as the days of heaven.
PSAL. cxxxii. 19. As for his enemies, cloth
them with shame: but upon himself let
his crown flourish. Psal. cxviii. 24. This is the day which
the Lord hath made: 'we will rejoice
and be glad in it. PsAL. 20. 5. We will rejoice in thy falvati
on: and triumph in the name of the Lord our God.
PSAL. LXXXIV. 4 Lessed are they that dwell in thy
house: they will be always praising thee. 5. Blessed is the man whose strength is in
thee; in whose heart are thy ways. 7. They will go from strength to strength:
and unto the God of Gods appeareth
every one of them in Sion. 8. O LORD God of hosts, hear my prayer:
hearken, O God of Jacob. g. Behold, O God our defender: and look upon
the face of thinę anointed, 12. The LORD God is a light and defence:
the LORD will give grace and worship, and no good thing shall he with-hold from
them that live a godly life. 13. O LORD Gov of hosts: blessed is the man that putteth his trust in thee.
PSAL. CXIX. the last part,
my complaint come before thee, Contra
O LORD: give me understanding according to thy word. 2. Let my supplication come before thee :
deliver me according to thy word. 3. My lips shall speak of thy praise: when
thou hast taught me thy statutes. 4. Yea my tongue fhall fing of thy word:
for all thy commandments are righteous. 5. Let thine hand help me, for I have chof
en thy commandments. 6, I have longed for thy saving health, O
LORD, and in thy law is my delight. 7.
O let my soul live, and it shall praise
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For the Epiphany.
Tenor upon 2. Behold the darkness shall cover the earth, Contras and gross darkness the people: but the
Treble Lord shall arise upon thee, and his glow sy shall be seen
The Gentiles shall come to thy light and
kings to the brightness of thy rising.
day, neither for brightness shall the moon
God thy glory.
Two Voices. Bals, Contra. tenor.
PSAL. LXVIII. 4.
unto GOD: sing praises to his
name, and rejoice before him. 5.
He is a father of the fatherless: :he de
fendeth the cause of the widows, and 6. bringeth the prisoners out of captivity. 19. Praised bé the LORD daily: even the
God who helpeth us, and poureth his
cometh falvation: God is the LORD by
whom we escape death,
earth: O sing praises unto the LORD.
PSA L. CII.
Voices. EAR my prayer O God, and let
Contra. with them that strive with me; fight tenor, thou against them that fight against me.
Treble. 2. Lay hand upon the Thield and buckler,
stand up to help me.
LORD. Ps. xx. 9. Save, LORD, and hear us, O king of heay'n : when we call
forth in the strength of
enemies, and tread them under that rise
up against us.
the LORD our God, who hath made hea-
Voices. 8. Y heart is fixed, O God, my heart is fixed: I will fing and Bass,