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" Thy power can rescue from the grave,
Thy power is all my trust.”
He bid my pains remove ;
For thou hast known his love. 6 My God hath sav'd my soul from death,
And dry'll my falling tears :
And my remaining years.
PSALM 116.-2d Part. C. M. [b] Ver. 12, &c. Vows, made in trouble, paid in
the church ; or, public thanks for private deliverance.
My feet shall visit thine abode,
My songs address thy throne.
My offerings shall be paid ;
My soul in anguish made.
Thou ever blessed God!
How precious is their blood !
Huw great thy grace to me!
Lord, I devote to thee.
Nor shall my purpose move;
Thy hand hath loos'd my bonds of pain,
And bound me with thy love.
And thy rich grace record;
PSALM 117.-C. M. (*1
In every language learn his word,
And let his name be sung!
Proclaim his grace abroad :
PSALM 117.-L. M. [*] 1 FROM all that dwell below the skies,
Let the Redeemer's name be sung
Through every land, by every tongue. 2 Eternal are thy mercies, Lord;
Eternal truth attends thy word:
PSALM 117.-S. M. [*]
Shall sound through distant lands: Great is thy grace, and sure thy worsl,
Thy truth forever stands.
And long thy praise endure,
Shall be exchang'd no more.
PSALM 118.-1st Part. C. M. [*]
1 THvor is my faith afraid
Of what the sons of earth can do,
Since Heaven affords me aid.
And on their truth depend.
A large and angry swarm!
By thine almighty arm. 4 'Tis through the Lord my heart is strong,
In him my lips rejoice ;
How cheerful is my voice !
When God appears, they fly:
Make a fierce blaze and die.
The Lord protects their days; Let Israel tune immortal songs
To his almighty grace. PSALM 118.-2d Part. C. M. [*] Ver. 17--21. Public praise for deliverance
from death. 1
And rescu'd from the grave;
I God resolve to save.)
2 Thy praise, more constant than before,
Shall fill his daily breath;
sore, Defends him still from death. 3 Open the gates of Zion now,
For we shall worship there;
Thy mercy to declare.
Our thankful voice we raise ; There we have told thee our complaints,
And there we speak thy praise.
PSALM 118.--30 Part.C. M. [*]
Ver. 22, 23. Christ the foundation of his church. * Bewhich the nume foundation stone To build our heavenly hopes upon,
And his eternal praise.
And saints adore the name ;
Nor shall they suffer shame.
Reject it with disdain ;
And envy rage in vain. & What though the gates of hell withstood,
Yet must this building rise :
And wondrous in our eyes
PSALM 118.- 4th Part. C. M. [*] Ver. 24-26. Hosanna ; the Lord's-day; or,
Christ's resurrection and our salvation, 1 THIS is the day the Lord hath made,
Let heaven rejoice, let earth be glad
And praise surround the throne. 2 To-day he rose, and left the dead,
And Satan's empire fell;
And all his wonders tell,
To David's holy Son!
Salvation from thy throne.
With messages of grace ;
To save our sinful race.
The church on earth can raise; The highest heavens in which he reigns,
Shall give him nobler praise.
PSALM 118.--S. M. [*] 22–27. An hosanna for the Lord's-day :
or, a new song of salvation by Christ. 1 CEE what a living Stone Yet God hath built his church thereon,
In spite of envious Jews. 1 The scribe and angry priest Reject thine only Son;