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Then thou spakest in Vifion to the Holy One, and faidit, I have laid help upon one that is mighty, I have exalted one chosen out of the People.
I have found David my Servant ; with my holy Oil have I anointed him.
With whom my Hand shall be established, mine Arm also shall strengthen him.
Bleffed be the Lord for evermore. Amen and Amen.
IT is a good Thing to give Thanks unto the Lord, 1 and to fing Praises unto thy Name, O Most High.
To shew forth thy loving Kindness in the Morning, and thy Faithfulness every Night.
"Upon an Instrument of ten Strings, and upon the Pfaltery ; upon the Harp with a solemn Sound.
For thou, Lord, bast made me glad through thy Work: I will triumph in the Works of thy Hands.
O Lord, how great are thy Works! and thy Thoughts are very deep.
A brutish Man knoweth not, neither doth a Fool understand this.
When the Wicked spring as the Grafs, and when all the Workers of Iniquity do flourish; it is that they shall be destroyed for ever.
But thou, Lord, art most high for evermore.
For lo, thine Enemies, O Lord, for lo, thine Enemies shall perish; all the Workers of Iniquity shall be scattered.
The Righteous shall flourish like the Palm Tree; he shall grow like a Cedar in Lebanon.
Those that be planted in the House of the Lord, shall flourish in the Courts of our God.
They shall ftill bring forth Fruit in old Age ; they shall be fat, and flourishing:
To shew that the Lord is upright; he is my Rock, and there ja no Unrighteousness in him.
The Lord reigneth, he is cloathed with Majefty; the Lord is cloathed with Strength wherewith he hath girded
» Psalm xcii. 1, to 9, 12, to 15.
Psalm xciii, 1, to s..
himself: The World alfo is 'ftablished, that it cannot be moved,
Thy Throne is established of old : Thou art from ever
The Floods are lifted up, O Lord, the Floods have lifted up their Voice, the Floods lift up their Waves.
The Lord on high is mightier than the Noise of many Waters, yea, than the mighty Waves of the Sea.
Thy Testimonies are very sure: Holiness becometh thine House, O Lord, for ever.
Come, d let us fing unto the Lord : Let us make a
joyful Noise to the Rock of our Salvation. Let us come before his Presence with Thanksgiving, and make a joyful Noise unto him with Psalms.
For the Lord is a great God, and a great King above all Gods.
In his Hand are the deep Places of the Earth : The Strength of the Hills is his alfo.
The Sea is his, and he made it; and his Hands formed the dry Land,
O come, let us worship and bow down ; let us kneel before the Lord our Maker.
For he is our God, and we are the People of his Pafture, and the Sheep of his Hand : To Day if ye will hear his Voice,
Harden not your Hearts as in the Provocation, and as in the Dáy of Temptation in the Wilderness.
O finge unto the Lord a new Song: Sing unto the Lord, all the Earth.
Sing unto the Lord, bless his Name; shew forth his Salvation from Day to Day.
Declare his Glory among the Heathen, his Wonders among all People.
For the Lord is great, and greatly to be praised; he is to be feared above all Gods.
& Pf. xcv, 1, to 8.
PS.xcvi. 1, to 13.
For all the Gods of the Nations are Idols; but the Lord made the Heavens.
Honour and Majesty are before him; Strength and Beauty are in his Sanctuary.
Give unto the Lord, O ye Kindreds of the People, give unto the Lord Glory and Strength.
Give unto the Lord the Glory due unto his Name; bring an Offering, and come into his Courts.
Ő worship the Lord in the Beauty of Holiness ; fear before him all the Earth.
Say among the Heathen, that the Lord reigneth : The World also shall be established that it shall not be moved ; he shall judge the People righteously.
Let the Heavens rejoice, and let the Earth be glad let the Sea roar, and the Fulness thereof.
Let the Field be joyful, and all that is therein : Then Shall all the Trees of the Wood rejoice
Before the Lord : for he cometh, for he cometh to judge the Earth : He shall judge the World with Righteousneis, and the People with his Truth.
The f Lord reigneth, let the Earth rejoice, let the Multitude of Illes be glad thereof.
Clouds and Darkness are round about him ; Righteoufnefs and Judgment are the Habitation of his Throne.
The Heavens declare his Righteousness, and all the People see his Glory.
Confounded be all they that serve graven Images, that boast themselves of Idols. Worship him all ye Gods.
Zion heard, and was glad, and the Daughters of Judah rejoiced becaufe of thy Judgments, O Lord.
For thou, Lord, art high above all the Earth ; thou art exalted far above all Gods.
Rejoice in the Lord, ye Righteous, and give Thanks at the Remembrance of his Holiness.
HY M N XI.
Sing unto the Lord a new Song, for he hath done
marvellous Things : His right Hand, and his holy Arm hath gotten him the Victory. .Ps. xcvII. 1,2,6,7,8,9,12. PS. XCVIII. 1, to 9.
The Lord hath made known his Salvation, his Righteoufness hath he openly shewed in the Sight of the Heathen.
He hath remembred his Mercy and his Truth towards the House of Israel: All the Ends of the Earth have seen the Salvation of our God.
Make a joyful Noise unto the Lord, all the Earth: Make a loud Noise, and rejoice and fing Praise.
Sing unto the Lord with the Harp; with the Harp, and the Voice of a Pfalm.
With Trumpets and Sound of Cornet, make a joyful Noise before the Lord the King.
Let the Sea roar, and the Fulness thereof; the World, and they that dwell therein.
Let the Floods clap their Hands : Let the Hills be joyful together
Before the Lord, for he cometh to judge the Earth : With Righteousness shall he judge the World, and the People with Equity.
The Lord reigneth, let the People tremble : He fitteth between the Cherubims, let the Earth be moved.
The Lord is great in zion, and he is high above all People.
Let them praise thy great and terrible Name, for it is holy.
The King's Strength also loveth Judgment, thou doft establish Equity, thou executest Judgment and Righteousness in Jacob.
Exali ye the Lord our God, and worship at his Footstools for he is holy.
Exalt the Lord our God, and worship at his holy Hill; for the Lord our God is holy.
Make i a joyful Noise unto the Lord, all ye Lands,
Serve the Lord with Gladness; come before his Presence with Singing.
Know ye that the Lord he is God : It is he that hath made us, and not we our felves; we are his People, and the Sheep of his Pasture.
Enter into his Gates with Thanksgiving, and into his Courts with Praise; be thankful unto him, and bless his, Name.
For the Lord is good; his Mercy is everlasting : And his Truth endureth to all Generations.
• Pfalm xcix. 1, to 5,9.
i Psalm c. 1, to s.
RLESS k the Lord, O my Soul; and all that is withD in me, bless his holy Name.
Bless the Lord, O my Soul, and forget not all his Benefits.
Who forgiveth all thine Iniquities, who healeth all thy Diseases.
Who redeemeth thy Life from Destruction, who crown. eth thee with loving Kindness and tender Mercies.
Who satisfieth thy Mouth with good Things : So that thy Youth is renewed like the Eagle's.
The Lord executeth Righteousness and Judgment for all that are oppreffed.
He made known his Ways unto Mofes, his Ads unto the Children of Israel.
The Lord is mercifal and gracious, flow to Anger, and plenteous in Mercy.
He will not always chide ; neither will he keep his Anger for ever.
He hath not dealt with us after our Sins, nor rewarded us according to our Iniquities.
For as the Heaven is high above the Earth, so great is his Mercy toward them that fear him.
As far as the East is from the West, so far hath he removed our Transgressions from us.
Like as a Father pitieth his Children, so the Lord pitieth them that fear him.
For he knoweth our Frame, he remembreth that we are
As for Man, his Days are as Grass: As a Flower of the *Field, so he flourisheth.
For the Wind passeth over it, and it is gone ; and the Place thereof shall know it no more.
But the Mercy of the Lord is from everlasting to everlasting upon them that fear him : And his Righteousness untu Childrens Children.
To such as keep his Covenant, and to those that remember his Commandments to do them.
The Lord hath prepared his Throne in the Heavens : And his Kingdom ruleth over all. .. Psalm call. 1, to 22.
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