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The Eyes of all wait upon thee, and thou gives them their Meat in due Season.
Thou openest thine Hand, and satisfieft the Defire of every living. Thing.
The Lord is righteous in all his Ways, and holy in all his Works.
The Lord is nigh unto all them that call upon him, to all that call upon him in Truth.
He will fulfil the Defire of them that fear him: He also will hear their Cry, and will save them.
The Lord preserveth all them that love him ; but all the Wicked will he destroy.
My Mouth shall speak the Praise of the Lord : And let all Flesh bless his holy Name for ever and ever.
H Y M N XXIII.
PRAISE ye the Lord. Praise the Lord, O my Sou!
While I live, will I praise the Lord: I will fing Prai. ses unto my God, while I have any Being.
Put not your Trust in Princes, nor in the Son of Man, in whom there is no Help.
His Breath goeth forth, he returneth to his Earth ; in that very Day his Thoughts perish.
Happy is he that hath the God of Jacob for his Help, whose Hope is in the Lord his God :
Which made Heaven and Earth, the Sea, and all that therein is; which keepeth Truth for ever :
Which executeth Judgment for the Oppreffed, which giveth Food to the Hungry: The Lord looseth the Prisoners,
The Lord openeth the Eyes of the Blind; the Lord raiseth them that are bowed down: The Lord loveth the Righteous.
The Lord preserveth the Strangers; he relieveth the Fa. therless and Widow : But the Way of the Wicked he turneth upside down.
The Lord Shall reign for ever, even thy God, o Zion, unto all Generations. Praise ye the Lord.
Praise b ye the Lord : for it is good to fing Praises unto our God; for it is pleasant, and Praise is comely. & Psalm CXLVI, 1, to 10. Psalm CXLVII, 1, to 12.
The Lord doth build up Jerusalem: He gathereth together the Out-casts of Israel. He healeth the broken in Heart, and bindeth
He telleth the Number of the Stars; he calleth them all by their Names.
Grcat is our Lord, and of great Power : his Underftanding is infinite.
The Lord lifteth up the Meek : He cafteth the Wicked down to the Ground.
Sing unto the Lord with Thankfgiving ; fing Praise upon the Harp unto our God :
Who covereth the Heaven with Clouds, who prepareth Rain for the Earth, who maketh Grass to grow upon the Mountains.
He giveth to the Beast his Food, and to the young Ra. vens which cry.
He delighteth not in the Strength of the Horse ; he taketh not Pleasure in the Legs of a Man.
The Lord taketh Pleasure in them that fear him, in those that hope in his Mercy.
Praise the Lord, o Jerusalem : Praise thy God, O Zion.
H Y M N XXIV. PRAISE 'ye the Lord.. Praise ye the Lord from the
: the Praise ye him, all his Angels; praise ye him, all his Hofts.
Praise ye him, Sun and Moon ; praise him, all ye Stars of Light.
Praise him, ye Heavens of Heavens, and ye Waters that be above the Heavens.
Let them praise the Name of the Lord; for he commanded, and they were created.
He hath also tablished them for ever and ever; he hath made a Decree which shall not pass.
Praise the Lord from the Earth, ye Dragons, and all Deeps. i Psalm cxLvIII, 1, to 54.
Fire and Hail, Snow and Vapour, stormy Wind fulfilling his Word.
Mountains and all Hills, fruitful Trees and all Cedars. Beasts and all Cattle, creeping Things and Aying Fowl.
Kings of the Earth, and all People ; Princes, and all Judges of the Earth.
Both young Men and Maidens, old Men and Children.
Let them praise the Name of the Lord; for his Name alone is excellent, his Glory is above the Earth and Heaven.
He also exalteth the Horn of his people, the Praise of all his Saints ; even of the Children of Israel, a People Dear unto him. Praise
the Lord. Praise. ye
the Lord. Sing unto the Lord a new Song, and his Praise in the Congregation of Saints.
Let Israel rejoice in him that made him ; let the Children of Zion bé joyful in their King.
Let them praise his Name in the Dance; let them fing Praises unto him with the Timbrel and Harp.
For the Lord taketh Pleasure in his People; he will beautify the Meek with Şalvation.
Let the Saints be joyful in Glory; let them fing aloud upon their Beds
Let the high Praises of God be in their Mouth, and a two-edged Sword in their Hand.
To execute Vengeance upon the Heathen, and Punishments upon the People.
To bind their Kings with Chains, and their Nobles with Fetters of Iron ;
To execute upon them the Judgment written ; this Hopour have all the Saints. Praise ye the Lord.
PRAISE. ye the Lord. Praise God in his Sanctuary ;
in Praise him for his mighty Acts; praise him according to his excellent Greatness.
Praise him with the Sound of the Trumpet ; praise him with the Pfaltery and Harp.
* PS. CXLIX. 1, to 9.
! Pf. cL. 1, to 6.
Praise him with the Timbrel and Dance; praise him with ftringed Instruments, and Organs.
Praise him upon the loud Cymbals; praise him upon the high-sounding Cymbals.
Let every Thing that hath Breath, praise the Lord. Praise ye the Lord. And m
they rest not Day and Night, saying, HOLY, HOLY, HOLY, LORD GOD ALMIGHTY, which was, and is, and is to come.
Thou art worthy, O Lord, to receive Glory, and Honour and Power ; for thou hast created all Things; and for thy Pleasure they are, and were created.
Worthy n is the Lamb that was slain, to receive Power, and Riches, and Wisdom, and Strength, and Honour, and Glory, and Blessing:
I heard ° a great Voice of much People in Heaven, saying, ALLELUJAH; Salvation, and Glory, and Honour, and Power unto the Lord our God.
Glory be to the FATHER, and to the Son, and to
the HOLY GHOST. As it was in the Beginning, is now, and ever Mall be;
World without End. Amen.
m Rev. IV. 8, 11.
a Rev. V. 12
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