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5 I have set the Lord . .
| always . be. | fore me :
shall | dwell in
my | soul
6 For Thou wilt not leave
to | Sheol ; Neither wilt Thon suffer Thine Holy | One to
| see Thou wilt shéw me. .... the path of | life: In Thy presence is fulness of joy ; * in Thy right hand. .there are pleasures . for ev
1 GLORIA PATRI.
Psalm XVIII. 1—19.
and | my
| strength. The Lord
| is my | rock,
er | er ; 2 My God, * my strong rock,
in | Him . will I | trust; My shield, * and the horn . of my sal. va tion, | my high | tower. I will call upon the Lord, * who is worthy,
be | praised : So shall 1
. be sav. ed | from mine | enemies. 3 The cords of death
passed | me,
| fraid. The cords of Shéol
were | round
i bout me: The snares.
of | death
came up | on me. 4 In my distress I called.
the | Lord, Aud cried
| God: He heard my voice
out of. His | temple, And my cry before Him
. | came
His | ears. 5 Then the earth
shook and | trembled,
| wroth, There went up a smoke
out of. His i nostrils, And fire out of His mouth devoured: coals were kin
dled | by it. 6 He bowed the heavens also,
came | down; And thick
darkness . was | under His And He rode upon a chérub
| and did Yea, He flew swiftly
up | on
the 7 He made darkness His hiding place, * His pavllion.
| bout Him; Darkness of waters,
| clouds . of the skies. At the brightness before Him. His thick
clouds i passed,
| fire. 8 The Lord also thundered in the heav.
uttered . His voice;
stones and coals of
fire. And He sent out:
His | arrows, . and scattered them
and dis | comfit.. ed them. 9 Then the channels
ap | peared, And the foundations. of the world were | laid
| bare, At Thự
. re- | buke, O Lord, At the blast
of the breath
1 of Thy | nostrils. 10 He sent
from on high, He | took me ; He drew me.
ny | waters. He brought me forth also . into a | large
place; He delivered me, * because
de | light ed | in me. GLORIA PATRI.
wings of the wind.
Р 1 The heavens declare
the glory of | God; And the firmament
. | sheweth. His | hand y | work. Day unto day.
| utter. eth speech, And night
unto | night
eth | knowledge. There is no
. speech | language ; Théir
be | heard.
the | world. In them hath he set a tábernacle
of his chamber, * and rejoiceth as a
| run his | course. His going forth is from the end of the
heaven, * and his círcuit, unto the ends of | it: And there is nothing.
| hid , from the heat there- | of. (1st Setting.) III. J. HEYWOOD. (2nd Setting.) IV. G. A. MACFARREN.
4 The law of the Lord is perfect, . re- 1 storing , the soul : The testimony of the Lord is súre, . . mak ing
the simple. 5 The precepts of the Lord are right, re- 1 joicing. the | heart : The commandment of the Lord .
is 1 pure,
| lightening the eyes.
eous | al to I gether,
than much fine gold : Sweeter also than honey
the | hon ey | comb.
4 Yea, * though I walk through the shadow. of
8 Moreover by thém.
is Thy / ser vant | warned : In keeping of thém.
| there is | great
i ward. 9 Whó.
can dis- | cern his | errors ? Clear Thou | me from | hid den
| faults. 10 Keep back Thy servant also . from pre- | sumptu- ous | sins : Let them nót.
do | min
| over me : 11 Thén.
shall | I be | perfect, And I
shall be clear from | great trans. I gression. 12 Let the words of my mouth and the
meditation of my heart be accept-
in Thy I sight, O Lord
my | rock,
Re | deemer.
J. BARNBY. d
(By permission of Novello and Company, Limited.) 1 THE Lórd
| shepherd; I..
' want. 2 He maketh me to lie down
in | green
| pastures : He leadeth me .be- | side the | still
| waters. 3 Hé
. re- | storeth.my | soul:
His | name's | sake.
| death, í
will / fear
. me in the paths of right: