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PSALM XVIII. ift Part. Com. Metre.
Videry and triumph over temporal enemies... W E love thee, Lord, and we adore ;
W Now is thine arm reveal'd : Thou art our strength, our heav'nly tow'r,
Our bulwark and our shield. 2 We fly to our eternal Rock,
And find a sure defence ;
And draw salvation thence.
What mortal heart can bear The thunder of his loud alarms,
The lightning of his fpear?
And angels, in array,
And swift as flames obey
Whole armies are difmayld;
Strikes all their courage dead.
With all their dreadful skill,
And makes their hearts of steel.
Though there his name's forgot ; (He girded Cyrus with his might,
But Cyrus knew him not.)
8. While of thy works I sing,
Thy glory to proclaim,
In my Redeemer's name.].".
For a Lord's-day morning.. . - DEHOLD the morning sun
D Begins his glorious way!
And life and light convey.
It spreads diviner light; main
And gives the blind their fight. 3 How perfect is thy word !
And all thy judgments just;
And men fecurely trust.
Are thy directions giv'n !
And I would fain obey;
To guide me, left I ftray. 6 O who can ever find
The errors of his ways ?
I would not dare transgress.