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cient 1 times.
3 I have considered
the days of Thé .
./ years of | anI call to remembrance my sóng .
. | inl
the | night: I commune with mine own heart;
and my spirit . made | dili
6 I will make mention of the deeds . . I of the | Lord; For f...
- | member. Thy | wonders. of I will meditate also.
upon | all
Thy | work,
| on Thy doings.
7 Thy way, O God,
is | in
| sanctuary : Who is a great God
I like unto | God? Thou
art the God that | do est | wonders : 8 Thou hast made known Thy strength
the peoples. Thou hast with Thine árm . re- | deemed Thy | people, The.
./ sons of | Jacob and | Joseph. 9 The waters
| saw. Thee, 0 | God; The waters sáw Thee,
. I they . were a- | fraid : Thé.
SO | trembled. 10 The clouds
. I poured out | water ; The skies
sent | out
| sound : Thine árrows
| broad, 11 The voice of Thy thunder was | in the | whirlwind; The lightnings
I lightened.the | world : The earth
bled and I shook. 12 Thy way
was | in the And Thy paths
in the I great
| waters, And .
Thy | foot steps | were not | known. (1st Setting.)
V. E. DAVIDSON PALMER.
13 Thou leddest Thy people . ву
1 How amiable
./ are Thy | tabernacles, o..
. | Lord
of | hosts! My soul longeth, * yea, even fáinteth |
for the i courts . of the Lord; My heart and my flesh cry out . | unto the
| God. 2 Yea, the spárrow
hath | found . her an | house,
her | young, Even Thine altars
0 | Lord of | hosts, Mý
. | King,
| God. 3 Blessed are they .
that | dwell in. Thy , house : They
will be still
prais. ing | Thee. Blessed is the man
whose 1 strength. is in i Thee ; In whose heart
are the high
| Zion. 4 Passing through the valley of Weeping ! they make it
al place of | springs ; Yea, the early ráin
| it with | blessings. They go
from I strength to | strength, Every one of them appeareth. be- | fore
in II. F. A. J. HERVEY.
5 O Lord God of hósts,
. | hear
my | prayer : Give .
of | Jacob. 6 Behold, .
0 God our | shield, And look upon the face of | Thine
| ointed. 7 For a day in Thy courts is better . | than
| thousand. I had rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God .
than to dwell in the I tents of | wickedness 8 For the Lord God
is a / sun. and a , shield : The Lord
. | will
and glory : 9 No good thing
will | He with- | hold Fróm
. | them
that I walk up | rightly. 10 0...
of | hosts, Bléssed is the man that I trusteth.in
| Thee. GLORIA PATRI.
(By permission of Novello and Company, Limited.) 1 Lord, Thou hast been fávourable . . unto Thy | land : Thou hast brought back . . the cap. I ti vi.
of | Jacob. 2 Thou hast forgiven the iniquity
. 1 of
Thy I people, Thou. .
hast | cov ered | all their | sin. 3 Thou hast taken away.
Thy | wrath :
G. M. GARRETT.
4 Turn us, O God . .
| vation, And cause Thine indignation . . | toward | us to | cease. Wilt Thou be angry
for | ever? Wilt Thou draw out Thine ánger to all
| ations? 5 Wilt Thou not quicken
| gain : That Thy people
| joice in | Thee? Shéw us
Thy | mercy .0
| Lord, And . .
. | grant
i Thy sal. | vation. 6 I will hear what God
the Lord will I speak : For He will speak
| peace | unto . His people, And . ..
. | to
His | saints :
| gain to | folly.
Repeat Chant I. or II. 7 Surely His salvation is nigh .
. | them
that I fear Him; That glóry. .
may I dwell
| 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
to | walk in. GLORIA PATRI.
shall I go
(By permission of Novello and Company, Limited. 1 Bow down Thine ear, O Lord, and | an swer me; Før...
and | needy. Preserve my soul;
| godly : O Thou my God, save Thysérvant.that| trust
in | Thee. 2 Be mérciful.
0 | Lord;
. | all
| long. Rejoice the soul .
Thy | servant ;
my 3 For Thou, Lord, art good, * and ready to for I give, And plenteous in mercy unto áll . | them
that I call up- on
| Thee. Give ear, O Lord,
. unto my | prayer;
swer | me. There is none like unto Thee among
the gods, 0 | Lord; Neither are there any works . . | like unto | Thy 5 All nations whom Thou hast made
shall come and worship before. Thee, O | Lord; And they
shall | glo
ri. |fy Thy name. For Thou art great, and doest
won drous | things : Thou. i
art | God
. | Thou
in Thy | truth :
Thy | name.
with my whole | heart;
| more. 7 For great
is Thy | mer су
| toward me; And Thou hast delivered my soul | from the
est I pit. O God, the proud are risen
I gainst me,
| fore them. 8 But Thou, O Lord, art a God full
of compassion and I gracious, Slow to ánger,
and | plenteous , in | mercy. and truth. O turn unto mé,
and have mercy, up | on me;
| of Thine | handmaid. 9 Shéw me
token . for | good; That they which háte me. may I see it, . and
| Lord, Hast holpen
and comfort-ed | me, GLORIA PATH: