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than to dwell in the I tents of | wickedness 8 For the Lord God

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hast | cov ered | all their | sin. 3 Thou hast taken away.

Thy | wrath :
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Thy | mercy .0

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i Thy sal. | vation. 6 I will hear what God

the Lord will I speak : For He will speak

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His | saints :
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Repeat Chant I. or II. 7 Surely His salvation is nigh .

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that I fear Him; That glóry. .

may I dwell

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| land. 8 Mercy and truth.

are met to I gether : Righteousness

and | peace

have | kissed each other. 9 Truth

pringeth out, of the | earth; And righteousness

hath | look ed | down

from heaven. 10 Yea, the Lord shall give

| that. which is 1 good; Aid . .

our | land

shall 1 yield her l increase. 11 Righteousness

be | fore Him; And shall make

His | footsteps . a | way

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the gods, 0 | Lord; Neither are there any works . . | like unto | Thy 5 All nations whom Thou hast made

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with my whole | heart;
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| toward me; And Thou hast delivered my soul | from the

est I pit. O God, the proud are risen

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have sought after my soul,
and have not set | Thee

| fore them. 8 But Thou, O Lord, art a God full

of compassion and I gracious, Slow to ánger,

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