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5 But thy firm throne, O God, is fix'd
For ever to endure;
By righteous laws secure.
For Ascension Day. 1 ALL ye people, clap your hands,
And with triumphant voices sing ; No force the mighty power withstands
Of God, the universal King. 2 God is gone up, our Lord and King,
With shouts of joy and trumpet's sound; To him repeated praises sing,
And let the sacred song go round. 3 Your utmost skill in praise be shewn,
For him who all the world commands; Who sits upon his righteous throne,
And spreads his sway o'er heathen lands. . 4 Praise God from whom all blessings flow
Praise him all creatures here below;
Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. 39. PSALM XLIX. C. M. 1 LET
ET all the list'ning world attend,
instruction hear ;
With joint cousent give ear.
2 Those men that all their hope and trust
In heaps of treasure place,
Their ill-got wealth increase, 3 Are yet unable from the grave
Their dearest friends to free;
Th' Almighty Lord's decree. 4 Their vain endeavours they must quit;
The price is held too high:
That man should never die.
40. PSALM LI.
S. M. 1 TAVE mercy, Lord, on me,
As thou wert ever kind;
Thy wonted mercy find. 2 Wash off my foul offence,
And cleanse me from my sin;
How great my guilt has been. 3 Make me to hear with joy
Thy kind forgiving voice;
May with fresh strength rejoice.
4 Blot out my crying sins,
Nor me in anger view;
An upright mind renew. 41. PSALM LT. S. M. 1 W
ITHDRAW not, Lord, thy help,
Nor cast me from thy sight;
Its everlasting flight.
Let me again obtain;
My fainting soul sustain. 3 So I thy righteous ways
To sinners will impart,
To thy just laws convert. 4 A broken spirit is
By God most highly priz'd;
Shall never be despis’d.
In time of Private Distress. 1 GIVE car, thou Judge of all the earth,
And listen when I pray;
Thy glorious face away.
2 My heart is rack'd with pain, my soul
With deadly frights distress'd;
With horror quite oppress'd. 3 How often do I long, that I
The dove's swift wings could get;
And seek a safe retreat.
And in wild deserts stray,
This tempest past away.
And he my voice shall hear.
L. M. 1 10 thy tribunal, Lord, I fly,
Thou sov’reignJudge and God most high, Who wonders hast for me begun,
And will not leave thy work undone. 2 Be thou, O God, exalted high ;
And, as thy glory fills the sky,
Till thou art here, as there, obey'd.
3 O God, my heart is fix'd, 'tis bent
Its thankful tribute to present ;
To thee, my God, in songs of praise. 4 Awake, my glory; harp and lute,
No longer let your strings be mute;
Will with the early dawn awake. 5 Thy praises, Lord, I will resound
To all the list' ning nations round;
Thy truth beyond the clouds extends.
hearts; For God, the merciful and just,
His timely aid to us imparts. 2 But trust not in oppressive ways,
By spoil and rapine grow not vain ; Nor let your hearts, if wealth increase,
Be set too much upon your gain. 3 For God has oft his will express'd,
And I this truth have fully known; To be of boundless power possess’d,
Belongs of right to God alone.