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2 Then to his courts, ye saints of his,
of praise repair ; With me commemorate his truth,
And providential care.
His favour no decay;
With joy's returning day. 4 'Tis done! thou hast my mournful scene
To songs and triumphs turn'd; Invested me with robes of joy,
Who late in sackcloth mourn'd.
25. PSALM XXXI. S. M. 1 DEFEND me, Lord, from shame,
For still I trust in thee;
From danger set me free. 2 Bow down thy gracious ear,
And speedy succour send;
To shelter and defend. 3 To thee, the God of truth,
My life, and all that's mine, (For thou preserv'dst me from my youth,)
I willingly resign.
4 All vain designs I hate,
Of those that trust in lies;
To God for succour flies.
A Thanksgiving for a Woman after Child-birth. 1 HOM
OW great thy mercies, Lord,
To such as fear thy name,
Dost to the world proclaim! 2 I said, in hasty flight,
I'm banish'd from thine eyes;
And heard'st my earnest cries. 3 O all ye saints, the Lord
And give the proud their due. 4 Ye that on God rely,
With strength in time of need. 27. PSALM XXXII. L. M. 1 H E's blest whose sins have pardon gain'd,
No more in judgement to appear;
And whose repentance is sincere.
2 While I conceal'd the fretting sore,
My bones consum'd without relief;
But no complaint assuaged my grief. 3 Heavy on me thy hand remain'd,
By day and night alike distress'd; 'Till quite of vital moisture drain'd,
Likeland with summer's droughtoppress’d. 4 No sooner I my wound disclos'd,
(The guilt that tortur'd me within,) But thy forgiveness interpos'd,
And mercy's healing balm pour'd in.
28, PSALM XXXIII. L. M.
Their cheerful voices raise,
To sing glad songs of praise. 2 For faithful is the word of God,
His works with truth abound,
Is with his goodness crowned.
Beholds with gracious eyes;
In time of dearth supplies.
4 The riches of thy mercy, Lord,
Do thou to us extend ;
On thee alone depend.
PSALM XXXIV. C. M. 1 THROUGH all the changing scenes of life,
In trouble and in joy,
My heart and tongue employ, 2 Of his deliv'rance I will boast,
"Till all that are distrest
And charm their griefs to rest. 3 O magnify the Lord with me,
With me exalt his name;
He to my rescue came.
Experience will decide,
: Who in his truth confide. 5 Fear him, ye saints, and
Your wants shall be his care.
30. PSALM XXXIV. C. M. 1 WHILE hungry Lions lack their prey,
The Lord will food provide For such as put their trust in him,
And see their needs supplied.
With favourable eyes;
Is open to their cries:
When his relief they crave;
And contrite spirit save.
Against the just conspire ;
He keeps their bones entire.
Who on his truth depend, To them and their posterity
His blessings shall descend. 31. PSALM XXXVI. L. M.
Before the Sacrament. 1 O
LORD, thy mercy, my sure hope,
Above the heav'nly orb ascends; Thy sacred truth's unmeasur'd scope
Beyond the spreading sky extends