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Nor let the scoffing lips prevail,
Which dare approach my hope.

Ver. 49, 74. 4 Didst thou not raise my faith, O Lord ?

Then let thy truth appear:
Saints shall rejoice in iny reward,

And trust as well as fear.
PSALM 119.-11th Part. C. M. [b]

Breathing after holiness.

Ver. 5, 33.

10 my ways

To keep his statutes still!
O that my God would grant me grace
To know and do his will !

Ver. 29.
2 O send thy spirit down to write

Thy law upon my heart !
Nor let my tongue indulge deceit,
Nor act the liar's part.

Ver. 37, 36.
3 From vanity turn off mine eyes;

Let no corrupt design Nor covetous desires, arise Within this soul of mine.

Ver. 153,
& Order my footsteps by thy word,

And make my heart sincere;
Let sin have no dominion, Lord,
But keep my conscience clear.

Ver. 176.
5 My soul hath gone too far astray;

My feet too often slip;
Yet since I've not forgot thy way,

Restore thy wandering sheep.

Ver. 35.
6 Make me to walk in thy commands,

'Tis a delightful road;
Nor let my head, or heart, or hands,

Offend against my God.

PSALM 119.-12th Part. C. M. [b]
Breathing after comfort and deliverance.

Ver. 153.

God, consider my distress,

Let mercy plead my cause; Though I have sinn'd against thy grace, I can't forget thy laws.

Ver. 39, 116.
2 Forbid, forbid the sharp reproach

Which I so justly fear;
Uphold my life, uphold my hopes,
Nor let my shame appear.

Ver. 122, 135.
3 Be thou a surety, Lord, for me;

Nor let the proud oppress ;
But make thy waiting servant see
The shinings of thy face.

Ver. 82.
\ Mine eyes with expectation fail;

My heart within me cries,
" When will the Lord his truth fulfil,
“ And make my comforts rise ?

Ver. 132.
% Look down upon my sorrows, Lord,

And shew thy grace the same,
As thou art ever wont t' afford

T those that love thy name.


PSALM 119.–13th Part. C. M. [b]
Holy fear, and tenderness of conscience.
Ver. 10.

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O let me never stray
From thy commands, O God of grace,
Nor tread the sinner's way!

Ver. 11.
2 Thy word I've bid within my heart,

To keep my conscience clean,
And be an everlasting guard
From every rising sin.

Ver. 63, 53, 158.
3 I'm a companion of the saints,

Who fear and love the Lord: My sorrows rise, my nature faints, When men transgress thy word.

Ver. 161, 163,
be While sinners do thy gospel wrong,

My spirit stands in awe ;
My soul abhors a lying tongue,
But loves thy righteous law.

Ver. 161, 120.
5 My heart with sacred reverence hears

The threatenings of thy word;
My flesh with holy trembling fears
The judgments of the Lord.

Ver. 166, 174.
My God, I long, I hope, I wait

For thy salvation still;
While thy whole law is my delight,

And I nbey tby will.

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PSALM 119.-14th Part. C. M. [b] Benefit of afflictions, and support under them.

Ver. 153, 81, 82 1

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My soul for thy salvation faints ;
When will my troubles end ?

Ver. 71.
2 Yet I have found 'tis good for me

To bear my Father's rod;
Afflictions make me learn thy law,
And live upon my God.

Ver. 50.
3 This is the comfort I enjoy

When new distress begins,
I read.thy word, I run thy way,
And hate my former sins.

Ver. 92.
& Had not thy word been my delight,

When eartbly joys were fled,
My soul opprest with sorrow's weight,
Had sunk among the dead.

Ver 75. 5 I know thy judgments, Lord, are right,

Though they may seem severe :
The sharpest sufferings I endure
Flow from thy faithful care.

Ver. 67.
6 Before I knew thy chastening rod,

My feet were apt to stray ;-
But now I learn to keep thy word,
Nor wander from thy way.

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PSALM 119.-15th Part. C. M. [*]

Holy resolutions.

Ver. 93.
THAT thy statutes, every hour,

Might dwell upon my mind!
Thence I derive a quickening power,
And daily peace I find.

Ver. 15, 16.
2 To meditate thy precepts, Lord,

Shall be my sweet employ;
My soul shall ne'er forget thy word,
Thy word is all my joy.

Ver. 32.
3 How would I run in thy commands,

If thou my heart discharge
From sin and Satan's hateful chains,
And set my feet at large!

Ver. 13, 46.
Å My lips with courage shall declare

Thý statutes and thy name; [hear,
I'll speak thy word, though kings should
Nor yield to sinful shame.

Ver. 61, 69, 70.
5 Let bands of persecutors rise

To rob me of my right;
Let pride and malice forge their ligos
Thy law is my delight.

Ver. 115.
6 Depart from me, ye wicked race,

Whose hands and hearts are ill;
I love my God, I love his ways,

And must obey his will.

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