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Composed by Mr. BERNARD GATES, one
of the Gentlemen, and Master of the
โ Two Voices.
righteous : for it becometh
well the just to be thankful.
Psal. ciji. 3. He forgiveth
harp: sing praise unto him with the lute,
and instrument of ten strings.
heal their fickness.
me: and let us magnify his Name to-
Trebles, 2. My help cometh even from the LORD:
who hath made heaven and earth.
and he that keepeth thee, will not sleep.
O LORD God of hosts,
mighty LORD, is on every side.
tation of thy feat: mercy and truth shall
go before thy face.
praise of the LORD: and let all flesh give
Voices, salvation; whom then shall I Two fear: the LORD is the strength of my
in his tabernacle: yea, in the secret place
Therefore will I offer in his dwelling an oblation with great gładnefs; I will fing,
and give praises unto the LORD. LUKE ii. 14. Glory to GOD on high. Hal
lands: ferve the Lord with glad'ness, 'and come before his prefence with
a song. 2. Be ye fure that the LORD he is GOD;
it is he that hath made us, and not we our selves: we are his people, and the fheep of his parture. 3. 'O go your way into his gates with thankf
giving, and into his courts with praise : be thankful unto him, and speak good of
his name. 4. For the Lord is gracious, his mercy is
everlasting: and his truth endureth from
generation to generation,
give thanks unto thee, OʻLORD, with
will of all thy marvellous works.
2. I will be glad and rejoice in thee : yea,
my songs will I make of thy Name, o
thou 'most Higheft,
my caufe: thou art fet in the throne, that
O LORD, send us now prosperity.
fender; and look upon the face of thine
long life: and make him glad with the joy
soul, and be so vexed in my heart: how
God: lighten mine eyes, that I sleep
not in death.