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2 Give unto the Lord the glory due . | unto. His name; Worship the Lord.. in the beauty . of
JOHN E. WEST.
(By permission of Novello and Company, Limited.) 1 I will extol thee, O Lord ; * for Thou
hast | raised And hast not made
to re-l joice
| over me. 6.
my | God, I cried unto Thée,
and | Thou hast | heal ed | me. 2 O Lord, Thou hast brought up
from | Sheol :
to the pit. Sing praise unto the Lord, O ye saints of
| His, And give thanks .
. | to
ly | name. 3 For His ánger.
is | but for a | moment ; În . .
His | fa
| vour is | life : Weeping may tárry.
the | night, But jóy
| com eth | in the | morning. 4 As for me, * I said
pros. | perity, 1.
shall | ne
| ver be
| moved. 'Thou, Lord, of Thy favour hadst made my mountain
| strong: Thou didst hide
Thy | face ;
| troubled. 5 I cried ...
to | Thee,
| Lord ; And unto the Lórd
pli- cation :
down to the 1 pit?
Thy | truth? 6 Hear, O Lord,
.and have mercy , up | on me: Lórd, .
| helper. Thou hast turned for me my mourning | in to | dancing;
Thou hast loosed my sáckcloth, and I gird ed | me with | gladness : 7 To the end that my glory may sing | praise to | Thee, And .
1 silent. | Lord
my | God, I vill give thanks.
| un to
for ever. GLORIA PATRI.
1 Blessed is he whose transgression
for | given, Whose
in | iquity
I guile. 2 Whén
kept | silence,
the | drought of | summer. 3 I acknowledged my sín
| un to | Thee,
| sin. 4 For this let everyone that is godly pray
unto Thee* in a time. when Thou mayest. be | found :
unto | him.
me from | trouble ; Thou wilt compass me about . with so gs
de. | liverance. 5 I will instruct thee and teach thee in the way
.which thou I will counsel thee
upBe ye not as the horse, or as the mule, * which have nó.
der- l standing: Whose trappings must be bit and bri
dle to hold them in, * élse. they will not come near unto | thee. 6 Many sorrows.
shall | be . to the | wicked:
| bout. Be glad in the Lord,
and re- 1 joice, ye | righteous : And shout for joy, all yé that are up
| right in | heart. GLORIA PATRI.
shalt I go :
I on thee.
1 REJOICE in the Lord
ye | righteous : Práise
is | come ly | for the | upright. Give thanks
unto the Lord with | harp : Sing praises unto Hím with the psalter- y of | ten
| strings. 2 Sing unto Hím
| song ; Play skilfully
| noise. For the word
of the Lord is
in | faithfulness, -3 He loveth right- .
eous- | ness and judgment :
· l by
the | breath of. His | mouth. 4 He gathereth the waters of the sea togéther
| heap : He láyeth
the | deeps in | storehouses. Let all the earth .
| fear the | Lord ; Let all the inhabitants of the world. I stand in | awe of | Him. 5 For He spáke,
and | it
to be of | none ef | fect. 6 The counsel of the Lord ståndeth . | fast for | ever, The thoughts of His héart. to | all
er | ations. Blessed is the nation
whose | God. is the | Lord ; The people whom He hath chósen. I for
| heritance. 7 The Lord ..
. I looketh . from heaven; He beholdeth
the | sons of
| men ; From the place
of His ha bi | tation He looketh forth upon áll the in- habit ants | of
| earth; 8 He that fashioneth
the hearts of them all,
that I hope
His | mercy ; 9 To deliver
their soul from death, And
to keep. them a- I live in | famine.
. | for the | Lori :
| shield. 10 For our heart.
shall re- 1 joice in | Him.
His | ho ly | name.
. | be
| on us, According
as we have | hoped in | Thec. GLORIA PATRI.
S Come, ye children, * hearken
| un to
| me: I will téach you
| of the
| Lord. What man is hé .
that de- / sir
eth | life,
| good ? 7 Kéep
thy | tongue from evil, Aúd
thy | lips from | speak ing I guile. Depart from évil,
and | do
| good; Seek.
. | peace
pur- | sue it. 8 The eyes of the Lord
are | toward . the | righteous, And His éars
pen | unto The face of the Lord is against | them . that do evil, To cut off the remembrance
ther | from the | earth.