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14 His Ifra'l through he bore,
And made him pafs along,
I 15 He Pharaoh overthrew
In midst of the Red-fea
O praise thy King, si
Did safely, bring! 16 He Jacob led along
Amidft the wilderness, Satty.
By his almighty arm,
Advance his praise,
Who know his ways..." 18 Kings great and mighty he ?
Let his redeemid,
By bim excem'den 19 Sihon, the Amorite,
That proud and haughty king!
Let those rejoice, in ? "
And sang their joyer rpfis 20 He Og, the Balhanité,
Deliver'd to the bow
Let Jacob, now, an
And pay his vow.) vi'm 21 The heathens land he gave, 7?
A faithful pledge to them?
Olet the blest,
Iņ whom they reft. fed!
the lot to us,
Let us conjoin,
In 's praise divine.
23 He, in our low estate,
Remember'd us foflora ; ?"
Discharged üş to mourn ::
For he is, love,
The same do prove. 24 He from our foes redeem'd,
When we were fore opprests.com
A Redeem'd, we reft, ist isin 1 And ask no more,
I 25 He giveth food to all,
That all may bless his name;
Let all the saints
Who hears our plaints. 26 Give thanks to God alone,
The One Eternal Three,
Who heav'n above,
That HE IS LOVE.
grief and wo,
PSAM CXXXVII. · All these things happened unto them for enfamples (or types) to us! and they are writ• ten for our admonition, upon whom the ends « of the world are come.' i Cor. x. Il. See Pfal. xliv. doc.
While all our thoughts on Zion turn'd 2 Our harps beside us, all unstrung,
Upon the drooping willows hung.
Said tauntingly, Cheer up, and fing
Who led us captive, bade us play!
The songs of Chrift, our Lord and King,
By cruel mock’ries at our fall? 5 But if, Jerus'lem, I forget,
On thee alone my heart to fet,
And play no more on Zion-hill!: 6 If I do not remember thee,
Then let my tongue be lost to me,
If I prefer not far above
Where still my heart doth God adore ! 7 Remember Edom's curfed race;
O Lord, remember, in thy grace,
Let not a stone escape the shock,
Shall, naine and place, no more be known!' 8 O daughter, thou, of Babylon, è Devoted to thy doom anon!
How happy, happy thall he be, 9
Thy deeds to us who turns on' thee! 9
He shall receive a noble prize, i