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4 Blessed is the man whom Thou
choosest, * and cansest to ap- proach . unto | Thee, Thát. .
may I dwell in . Thy | courts :
(By permission of Novello and Company, Limited.) 12 Thou visitest the earth,
and | water est | it, Thou
| greatly . en
| it: 13 The river of God .
is | full of | water: Thou providest them corn, * when Thou.
pre- 1 pared . the | earth. 14 Thou wáterest
her | furrows.a | bundantly; Thou. .
. / settlest. the | ridges . there- of: 15 Thou mákest
it | soft
with showers; Thou
| blessest. the | springing.there- of. 16 Thou crownest the year
. | with
Thy | goodness; And .
Thy | paths
| fatness, 17 They drop upon the pastures
| of the | wilderness : And the hills.
are | gird
with joy. 18 The pastures.
are | clothed with | flocks; The valleys also
are | co-
with | corn; 19 Théy..
| shout for I joy, Théy.
| sing. GLORIA PATRI. 41
PSALM LXVI. 1--12, 16-20. (1st Setting.)
| heard :
7 O bléss.
our | God, ye | peoples, And make the voice
of His / praise
| to be 8 Which hóldeth
in | life, Aud suffereth nốt
our | feet
| to be 9 For Thou,
O God, hast | proved us: Thou
hast | tried us, . as
| silver is 10 Thou broughtest us.
| net; Thou layedst a sore
| burden , up- | on our
Repeat Chant I. or II. 11 Thou hast caused men to ride .lover our | heads : We went through fire
| and through | water ; But Thou broughtest us Out
| wealth- y
4 O let the nations be glad .
and | sing
for I joy : For Thou shalt judge the peoples with
the nations. upequity, * and govern
| on 5 Let the peoples
. | praise. Thee, O God; Lét
the | peo
ples praise Thee.
1 LET God arise, * let His én
be | scattered ; Let them álso.
that I hate Him | flee be. | fore Him. But let the righteous be glad ; * let them exúlt
| God : Yéa, .
| let them . re- 1 joice with i gladness.
| name :
| un to | God, Sing
| to His Cast up a highway for Him that rideth | through the | deserts :
His name is JÁH; ... and ex- / ult ye be- | fore