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Low sink me proud, the sons of blood be slain Nor injur’d Zion lift her cries in vain. 6 But, O thou pow'r belov’d our shores around Be ev'ry virtue ev'ry blessing found. Here bid thy seasons crown the fruitful plain; Here bid fair peace extend her blissful reign : Let laws, let justice, hold perpetual sway, The soul unfetter’d, and the conscience free.
7 With otes splendor, here, let knowledge
PSALM 19. First Part. S. M.
1 EHOLD! the lofty sky B Declares its maker God, And all his starry works on high Proclaim his pow'r abroad. 2 The darkness and the light Still keep their course the same ; While night to day, and day to night, Divinely teach his name. 3 In ev'ry diff'rent land _. Their gen'ral voice is known: , Ihey show the wonders of his hand, And orders of his throne.
4 Ye Western lands rejoice, Here he reveals his word: We are not left to nature's voice To bid us know the Lord. 5 His statutes and commands Are set before our eyes; He puts his gospel in our hands, Where our salvation lies. 6 His laws are just and pure, His truth †. deceit; His promises for ever sure, And his rewards are great. 7 Not honey to the taste Affords so much delight; Nor go. that has the furnace pass'd o much allures the sight. 8 While of thy works I sing, Thy glory to proclaim; o
Acco the praise, my God, my King,
my Redeemer’s name. PSALM 19. Second Part, S. M. The word of God most excellent.
1 Boo. the morning sun
3 How perfect is thy word : And all thy judgments just: For ever sure thy promise, Lord; And men securely trust. 4 My gracious God, how plain Are thy directions giv'n O may I never read in vain, But find the path to heav'n 5 I hear thy word with love, And I would fain obey: Send thy good Spirit from above, To guide me, lest I stray. 6 O, who can ever find The errors of his ways 1 Yet with a bold presumptuous mind, I would not #. transgress. 7 Warn me of ev'ry sin; Forgive my secret faults; And cleanse this guilty soul of mine, Whose crimes exceed my thoughts. 8 While with my heart and tongue Ispread thy praise abroad; Accept the worship and the song, y Saviour and my God.
PSALM 19. Third Part. L. M. The book of nature and scripture compared.
1 TÉ heav'ns declare thy glory, Lord! In ev'ry star thy wisdom shines;
But when our eyes behold thy word,
2 The rolling sun, the changing light,
3 Sun, moon, and stars, convey thy praise
Sc when thy truth began its race,
4 Nor shall thy spreading gospel rest,
5 Great Sun of righteousness, arise :
6 Thy noblest wonders here we view,
i PSALM 19. Fourth Part. L. P. M. The Gospel.
I I LOVE the volume of thy word:
PSALM 20. L. M.
Prayer in time of war. 1 OW may the God of pow'r and grace N Attend his people's humble o;; Jehovah hears when Israel prays, And brings deliv'rance from on high.
2 The name of Jacob’s God defends,
3 Well he remembers all our sighs,
4 In his salvation is our hope;
5 Some trust in horses train’d for war,
6 Oh may the mem’ry of thy name
Inspire our armies for the fight ! ~.
Our foes shall fall and die with shame,
7 Now save us, Lord, from slavish fear;
2 Thy sure defence thro’ nations round
3 Then let them stillon God rely
PSALM 21. Second Part. C. M.
1 IN thee, great God, with songs of praise, Our favour’d realms rejoice; And, blest with thy salvation, raise To heav'n their cheerful voice. 2 Thy sure defence, from foes around, ath spread our rising name; And all our feeble efforts crown'd With freedom and with fame.
3 In deep distress our injur’d land Implor'd thy pow'r to save : For peace we pray’d; thy bounteous hand The timely §§ gave. 4 Thy mighty arm, eternal pow'r, ppos'd their deadly aim; In mercy swept them from our shore, And spread their sails with shame. 5 On thee, in want, in wo, or pain, Our hearts alone rely: Our o thy mercy will maintain And all our wants supply.
6 Thus, Lord, thy wond’rous pow'r declare,
3 Whate'er he wills thy goodness gives,
4 Around his sacred temples shine,
5 But as a fiery oven glows
PSALM 22. First Part. C. M.
1 Y God, my God, why hast thou left