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7 If but in part his anger rise,
Who can endure the flame ?
Psalm II. Short Metre.
Of heaven, and earth, and seas,
And answers thy decrees.
By David, are fuifl'd;
Jesus, thy holy child.
And Jews with one accord
Th' anointed of the Lord ?
To form a vain design ;
Against his Christ combine.
And will support his throne ;
Hath own'd him for his Son.
A vast inheritance ;
PSALM III. Common Metre.
Doubts and Fears suppressed. 1 My God, how many are my fears !
How fast my foes increase ! Their number, how it multiplies !
How fatal to my peace ! 2 The lying tempter would persuade
There's no relief from heaven ; And all my swelling sins appear
Too great to be forgiven.
On thee my hopes rely ;
And lift my head on high.
To God I made my prayer : He heard me from his holy bill ;
Wliy should I now despair ? / 5 Guarded by him, I lay me down
My sweet repose to take ;
Through him in safety wake. 6 Salvation to the Lord belongs,
His arm alone can save ; Blessings attend thy people here. And reach beyond the grave.
Tate and Warts, united and varied.
Psalm IV. ver. 6, 7.
C. M. # or b True Happiness only in God. 1 WHEN fancy spreads her boldest wings,
And wanders unconfin’d, Amidst the varied scene of things
Which entertain the mind;
2 In vain we trace creation o'er,
In search of sacred rest,
To make us fully blest..
Each flattering specious wile,
But our Creator's smile ?
Unworthy of the mind;
An equal bliss can find.
To thee our wishes tend !
And in thy favour end ?
Here would our spirit rest ;
An Evening Song.
Thus far his power prolongs my days,
Some fresh memorial of his graci.
And I, perhaps, am ncar my home ;
And gives me strength for days to come. 3 I lay my body down to sleep,
Peace is the pillow for my head ;
His over watchful eye shall keep,
Its constant guard around my bed. 4 Faith in his name forbids my fear :
O may thy presence ne'er depart! -
The love and kindness of thy heart. 5 Thus when the night of death shall come,
My flesh shall rest beneath the ground ;
Psalm V. Common Metre.
For the Lord's Day Morning.
My voice ascending high ;
To thee direct mine eye.
The wicked shall not stand ;
Nor dwell at thy right hand. 3 But to thy house will I resort,
To taste thy mercits there ;
And worship in thy fear.
In ways of truth and grace!
And plain before my face.
Shall see their hopes fulfill'd ;
With favour, as a shield,
WATTS PSALM VI. Common' Metre.
b Prayer in Sickness. I IN anger, Lord, rebuke me not,
But spare a wretch forlorn ; Correct me not in thy fierce wrath,
Too heavy to be borne. 2 Sorrow and pain consume the day,
I waste the night with cries, Counting the minutes as they pass,
Till the slow morning rise.
And fills my soul with grief ;
To grant me thy relief?
Thy glorious acts proclaim ;
Can magnify thy name.
He pities all my groans ;
And heals my broken boncs.
Restores my fainting breath ;
TATE and WATTS united and varied.
Confidence in God.
My hope in thee, my God ;