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4 [Awake, ye tempests, and his fame, In sounds of dreadful praise declare, And the sweet whisper of his name, Fill ev'ry gentler breeze of air. 5 Let clouds, and winds, and waves agree To join their praise with blazing fire ; Let the firm earth, and rolling sea, In this eternal song conspire. 6 Ye flow'ry plains, proclaim his skill; Vallies, lie low before his eyes ; And let his praise, from ev'ry hill, Rise tuneful to the neighbouring sky. ng Ye stubborn oaks, and stately pines, Bend your high branches, and adore ; Praise him ye beasts, in diff'rent strains ; The Lamb must bleat, the lion roar. 8 Birds ye must make his praise your theme; Nature demands a song from you ; While the dumb fish, that cut the stream,

Leap up and mean his praises too.] -9 Mortals, can you refrain your tongue, e When nature all around you sings; u O for a shout-from old and young,

From humble swains, and lofty kings. g 10 Wide-as his vast dominion lies

Make the Creator's name be known: u Loud-as his thunder-shout his praise, g And sound it lofty-as his throne. e 11 JEHOVAH—'tis a glorious word,

O may it dwell on ev'ry tongue; o But saints who best have known the Lord,

Are bound to raise the noblest song.
o 12 Speak of the wonders of that love,

Which Gabriel plays on ev'ry chord!
U From all below and all above,
Loud hallelujahs to the Lord.

S. M. St. Thomas's. [*]

Universal Praise.
1 T ET ev'ry creature join, is

L To praise th’ eternal God;
Ye heav'nly hosts, the song hegin,

And sound his name abroad.

2 Thou sun, with golden beams,

And moon, with paler rays,
Ye starry lights, ye twinkling flames,

Shine to your Maker's praise.
3 He built those worlds above,

And fix'd their wondrous frame;
By his command they stand or move,

And ever speak his name.
4 Ye vapours, when you rise,

Or fall in show'rs, or snow,-
Ye thunders, murm'ring round the skies,

His pow'r and glory show.
5 Wind, hail, and flashing fire,

Agree to praise the Lord;
When ye in dreadful storms conspire,

To execute his word.
6 By all his works above

His honours be express'd;
But saints, who taste his saving love,
Should sing his praises best.

(Let earth and ocean know,

They owe their Maker praise:
Praise him, ye wat'ry worlds below,

And monsters of the seas.
8 From mountains near the sky,

Let his high praise resound;
From humble shrubs, and cedars high,

And vales and fields around. 9 Ye lions of the wood,

And tamer beasts that graze,Ye live upon his daily food,

And he expects your praise.
10 Ye birds of lofty wing,

On high his praises bear ;
Or sit on flow'ry boughs, and sing

Your Maker's glory there.
11 Ye creeping ants and worms,

His various wisdom show;
And flies, in all your shining swarms,

Praise him who prest you so.

12 By all the earth-born race,

His honours be exprest :-
But saints who know his heav'nly grace,
Should learn to praise him best.

13 Monarchs of wide command,

Praise ye th' eternal King:
Judges, adore that sov'reign hand,

Whence all your honours spring.
14 Let vig'rous youth engage,

To sound his praises high :
While growing babes, and with’ring age,

Their feebler voices try.
15 United zeal be shown

His wondrous fame to raise : God is the Lord: his name alone

Deserves our endless praise.
16 Let nature join with art,

And all pronounce him blest :
But saints, who dwell so near his heart,

Should sing his praises best.]
PSALM 149. C. M. Arundel. 8*7

The Saints judging the World.
ALL ye who love the Lord, rejoice,

A And let your songs be new;
Amidst the church, with cheerful voice,

His later wonders shew.
2 The Jews, the people of his grace,

Shall their Redeemer sing ;
And Gentile nations join the praise,

While Zion owns her King.
3 The Lord takes pleasure in the just,

Whom sinners treat with scorn: The meek, who lie despis’d in dust,

Salvation shall adorn.
4 Saints should be joyful in their King,

Evin on a dying bed ;
And, like the souls in glory, sing :

For God shall raise the dead. o 5 Then his high praise shall fill their topgues,

Their hands shall wield the sword;

And vengeance shall attend their songs,

The vengeance of the Lord.
g 6 When Christ his judgment seat ascends,

And bids the world appear,
Thrones are prepared for all his friends,

Who humbly lov'd him here.
ng [Then shall they rule, with iron rod,'

Nations that dar'd rebel:
And join the sentence of their God,

On tyrants doom'd to hell.
8 The royal sinners, bound in chains,

New triumphs shall afford :
Such honours for the saints remains :

Praise ye and love the Lord.]

PSALM 150. C. M. Doxology. [*]

Ver. 1, 2, 6.- A Song of Praise. 1 TN God's own house pronounce his praise ;

I His grace he there reveals :
To heav'n your joy and wonder raise ;

For there his glory dwells.
2 Let all your sacred passions move,

While you rehearse his deeds: But the great work of saving love

Your highest praise exceeds.
3 All that have motion, life and breath,

Proclaim your Maker blest :
Yet when my voice expires in death,

My soul shall praise him best.


L. M.

TO God the Father, God the Son,

I And God the Spirit, Three in One,
Be honour, praise, and glory givin,
By all on earth and all in heav'n.

см. T ET God,--the Father and the Son U And Spirit,-be ador’d;' Where there are works to make Him knowing Or saints to love the Lord.

C. M.

1. Where the tune includes two stansas M HE God of mercy be ador’d,

1 Who calls our souls from death; - Who saves by his redeeming word, And new creating breath.

To praise the Father and the Son,

And Spirit all divine,-
The One in Three, and Three in One,
Let saints and angels join.

S. M.
VE angels round the throne,

I And saints who dwell below,
Worship the Father, praise the Son,
And bless the Spirit too.

P. M.
N OW to the great and sacred Three,
N The Father, Son, and Spirit, be

Eternal praise and glory givin-
Through all the worlds where God is known,
By all the angels near the throne,

And all the saints in earth and heav'n.

P. M.
M o God the Father's throne,

1 Perpetual honours raise ;
Glory to God the Son;
To God the Spirit praise :

With all our pow'rs,
Eternal King,
Thy name we sing,
While faith adores.


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