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PSALM II. (C.M.)
The Lord's anointed Son?
And tread his gospel down?
Derides their rage below; He speaks with vengeance in his eyes,
And strikes their spirits through: 3 “I call him my eternal Son,
“ And raise him from the dead; “I make my holy hill his throne,
“And wide his kingdom spread. 4 “Ask me, my Son, and then enjoy
“ The utmost heathen lands: « Thy rod of iron shall destroy
“The rebel that withstands." 5 Be wise, ye rulers of the earth,
Obey th' anointed Lord;
And tremble at his word. 6 With humble love address his throne;
For, if he frown, ye die:
Who on his grace rely.
PSALM IV. 6, 7. (C. M.)
For some substantial good :
They live on airy food. 2 Not all the bliss which earth bestows
Can fill the craving mind :
And leave a sting behind.
3 Begone, ye gilded vanities;
I seek some solid good:
The favour of my God. 4 Grant, O my God, this one request:
Oh, be thy grace alone
For heav'n is in the boon.
PSALM V. 1-8. (c. M.) 1 LORD, in the morning thou shalt hear
My voice ascending high;
To plead for all his saints,
Our songs and our complaints.
The wicked shall not stand:
Nor dwell at thy right hand. 4. But to thy house will I resort,
To taste thy mercies there;
And worship in thy fear.
In ways of righteousness;
And plain before my face!
PSALM VI. (c. M.) 1 IN mercy, not in wrath, rebuke
Thy feeble worm, o God:
My spirit dreads thy angry look,
And trembles at thy rod.
Regard my heavy groans;
And heal my broken bones.
And spare my sainting breath;
Or sing thy name in death? 4 Now let my enemies depart,
Nor tempt me to despair :
The Lord hath heard my prayer.
PSALM VIII. PART I. 1-4. (c.m.) 10 THOU, to whom all creatures bow
Within this earthly frame, Through all the world how great art thou!
How glorious is thy name!
Nor fully reckon'd there;
Thy bouvdless praise declare. 3 When heav'n, thy beauteous work on high,
Employs my wond'ring sight,
With stars of feebler light; 4 What's manOLord,that thou shouldst love
To keep him in thy mind?
To them so wondrous kind?
Within this carthly frame,
Through all the world how great art thou !
How glorious is thy name!
PSALM VIII. PART II. 4-9. (L. M.)
Adam, the offspring of the dust,
But just below an angel's place?
And make him lord of all below;
And lay the fishes at his feet !
To crown the second Adam's state!
Who condescended to be born! 4. See him below his angels made,
See him in dust among the dead,
But he shall reign with power divine. 5 The world to come, redeem'd from all
The mis'ries that attend the fall,
PSALM X. (c.m.) 1 Why doth the Lord stand off so far,
And why conceal his face, When great calamities appea
And times of deep distress?
Thy justice and thy power ?
And still thy saints devour?
3 They put thy judgements from their sight,
And then insult the poor;
That they shall fall no more.
Attend our humble cry:
When God ascends on high.
And cause thine ears to hear;
And put the world in fear.
PSALM XI. (L.M.)
Why do my foes insult and cry,
“To distant' woods or mountains fly?" 2 The Lord in heav'n hath fix'd his throne,
His eyes survey the world below;
His eyelids search our spirits through. 3 If he afflicts his saints so far,
To prove their love, and try their grace; What may the bold transgressors fear?
His very soul abhors their ways. 4 The righteous Lord loves righteous souls,
Whose thoughts and actions are sincere;
PSALM XVI. 8-11. (2. M.) 1 WHEN God is nigh, my faith is strong;
His arm is my almighty prop :