Let it repent thee now, for those 12 Thy loving-kindness to show forth, How long shall they who wicked are, that servants are to thee. when shines the morning light;

thus triumph haughtily? 14 O with thy tender mercies, Lord, And to declare thy faithfulness | 4 How long shall things most hard by them us early satisfy; with pleasure ev'ry night.

be uttered and told? So we rejoice shall all our days, 3 On a ten-stringed instrument,

And all that work iniquity and still be glad in thee. upon the psaltery;

to boast themselves be bold ? 15 According as the days have been, And on the harp with solemn sound,

15 Thy folk they break in pieces, Lord, wherein we grief have had, and grave sweet melody,

thine heritage oppress : And years wherein we ill have seen, 14 For thou, Lord, by thy mighty works, 16 The widow they and stranger slay, so do thou make us glad. hast made my heart right glad ;

and kill the fatherless. 16 O let thy work and pow'r appear And I will triumph in the works 17 Yet say they, God it shall not see ; thy servants' face before;

which by thine hands were made. I nor God of Jacob know. And show unto their children dear

5 How great, Lord, are thy works! each 8 Ye brutish people ! understand: thy glory evermore.

of thine a deep it is. (thought fools! when wise will ye grow? 17 And let the beauty of the Lord 6 A brutish man it knoweth not: 19 The Lord did plant the ear of man, our God be us upon :

fools understand not this. Our handy works establish thou, 7 When those that lewd and wicked are

and hear then shall not he?

He only form'd the eye and then establish them each one. spring quickly up like grass,

shall he not clearly see?
And workers of iniquity

10 He that the nations doth correct, T E that doth in the secret place

do flourish all apace;

shall he not chastise you? of the most High reside, It is that they for ever may

He knowledge unto man doth teach, Under the shade of him that is

destroyed be and slain:

and shall himself not know? th' Almighty, shall abide. 18 But thou, O Lord, art the most High, m.

. 2 I of the Lord my God will say,

for ever to remain.

| 11 Man's thoughts to be but vanity,

the Lord doth well discern. he is my refuge still ;

19 For, lo, thine enemies, O Lord, He is my fortress, and my God;

12 Bless'd is the man thou chast'nest, Lord, thine en'mies perish shall;

and mak'st thy law to learn : and in him trust I will. The workers of iniquity

13 That thou may'st give him rest from

shall be dispersed all. 3 Assuredly he shall thee save,

of sad adversity,

[days and give deliverance

10 But thou shalt, like unto the horn | Until the pit be digg'd for those From subtile fowler's snare, and from of th' unicorn, exalt

that work iniquity. the noisome pestilence.

My horn on high : thou with fresh oil 4 His feathers shall thee hide; thy trust, anoint me also shalt.

14 For sure the Lord will not cast off under his wings shall be: 11 Mine eye shall also my desire

those that his people be,

Neither his own inheritance His faithfulness shall be a shield

see on mine enemies; and buckler unto thee. Mine ears shall of the wicked hear,

quit and forsake will he.

| 15 But judgment unto righteousness 5 Thou shalt not need to be afraid

that do against me rise.

shall yet return again; for terrors of the night, | 12 But like the palm-tree flourishing

And all shall follow after it Nor for the arrow that doth fly

shall be the righteous one:

that are right-hearted men. by day, while it is light:

He shall like to the cedar grow 6 Nor for the pestilence, that walks

that is in Lebanon.

16 Who will rise up for me against in darkness secretly ; 13 Those that within the house of God

those that do wickedly? Nor for destruction, that doth waste are planted by his grace,

Who will stand up for me 'gainst those

that work in They shall grow up and flourish all at noon-day openly.

in our God's holy place.

17 Unless the Lord had been my help 7 A thousand at thy side shall fall,

when I was sore opprest, on thy right hand shall lie | 14 And in old age, when others fade,

Almost my soul had in the house Ten thousand dead; yet unto thee

they fruit still forth shall bring;

of silence been at rest. it shall not once come nigh.

They shall be fat, and full of sap, 8 Only thou with thine eyes shalt look, and aye be flourishing;

| 18 When I had uttered this word,

My foot doth slip away; and a beholder be; 15 To show that upright is the Lord :

Thy mercy held me up, O Lord, And thou therein the just reward

he is a rock to me;

thy goodness did me stay. of wicked men shall see. And he from all unrighteousness

19 Amidst the multitude of thoughts 9 Because the Lord, who constantly

is altogether free.

which in my heart do fight, my refuge is alone,


My soul, lest it be overcharg'd, Ev’n the most High, is made by thee THE Lord doth reign, and cloth'd is he thy comforts do delight. thy habitation:

1 with majesty most bright : 10 No plague shall near thy dwelling come, His works do show him cloth'd to be

20 Shall of iniquity the throne no ill shall thee befall.

have fellowship with thee,

and girt about with might. 11 For thee to keep in all thy ways

The world is also 'stablished,

Which mischief, cunningly contriv'd, his angels charge he shall.

doth by a law decree?

that it cannot depart. 12 They in their hand shall bear thee up, 2 Thy throne is fix'd of old, and thou

21 Against the righteous souls they join,

they guiltless blood condemn. still waiting thee upon;

from everlasting art. Lest thou at any time should'st dash

22 But of my refuge God's the rock, 13 The floods, O Lord, have lifted up, thy foot against a stone.

and my defence from them.

they lifted up their voice; 13 Upon the adder thou shalt tread,

23 On them their own iniquity The foods have lifted up their waves, and on the lion strong;

the Lord shall bring and lay, Thy feet on dragons trample shall,

and made a mighty noise.

And cut them off in their own sin; 4 But yet the Lord, that is on high, and on the lions young.

our Lord God shall them slay.

is more of might by far 14 Because on me he set his love, Than noise of many waters is,

PSALM 95. I'll save and set him free;

or great sea-billows are. Because my great name he hath known, 5 Thy testimonies ev'ry one

TO COME, let us sing to the Lord ; I will him set on high. in faithfulness excel;

come, let us ev'ry one, 15 He'll call on me, I'll answer him; And holiness for ever, Lord,

A joyful noise make to the Rock I will be with him still thine house becometh well.

of our salvation. In trouble, to deliver him;

12 Let us before his presence come and honour him I will.


with praise and thankful voice; 16 With length of days unto his mind,

IO LORD God, unto whom alone 1. Let us sing psalms to him with grace, I will hím satisfy; all vengeance doth belong;

and make a joyful noise. I also my salvation

O mighty God, who vengeance own'st, 3 For God, a great God, and great King,

shine forth, avenging wrong. will cause his eyes to see

above all gods he is 12 Lift up thyself, thou of the earth 14 Depths of the earth are in his hand; PSALM 92. the sov'reign Judge that art ;

the strength of hills is his. To render thanks unto the Lord

And unto those that are so proud 5 To him the spacious sea belongs, it is a comely thing, a due reward impart.

for he the same did make; And “o thy name, O thou most High, 3 How long, O mighty God, shall they The dry land also from his hands due praise aloud to sing : who lewd and wicked he,

its form at first did take

6 O come, and let us worship him, 17 All who serve graven images, 19 Do ye exal the Lord our God: Let us bow down withal; confounded let them be;

and at his holy hill And on our knees before the Lord, Who do of idols boast themselves,

Do ye him worship: for the Lord our Maker, let us fall. let shame upon them fall:

our God is holy still. 7 For he's our God; the people we Ye that are called gods, see that

-- PSALM 100. of his own pasture are,

ye do him worship all. And of his band the sheep; to-day

1.ALL people that on earth do dworth, 8 Zion did hear and joyful was,

V Sing to the Lord with cheerfel sauce. if ye his voice will hear,

glad Judah's daughters were;

2 Him serve with mirth, kis praise fersk 8 Then harden not your hearts, as in They much rejoic'd, O Lord, because

Come ye before him and rejoice. (Ird; the provocation,

thy judgments did appear.

3 Know that the Lord is God indeed. As in the desert, on the day

9 For thou, O Lord, art high above Without our aid he did us make : of the temptation ;

all things on earth that are ;

We are his flock, he doth us feed, 9 When me your fathers tempt'd and prov'd,

Above all other gods thou art

And for his sheep he doth us take. and did my working see.

exalted very far. 10 Ev'n for the space of forty years

14 O enter then his gates with praise, 10 Hate ill, all ye that love the Lord : this race has grieved me;

Approach with joy his courts onto;

his saints' souls keepeth he : I said, this people errs in heart, And from the hands of wicked men

Praise, laud, and bless his name alonen,

For it is seemly so to do. my ways they do not know :

he sets them safe and free. 11 To whom I sware in wrath, that to

5 For why ? the Lord our God is good, 11 For all those that be righteous

His mercy is for ever sure : my rest they should not go.

sown in a joyful light,

His truth at all times firmly stood,
And gladness sown is for all those

And shall from age to age endure.

that are in heart upright. SING a new song to the Lord; 12 Ye righteous, in the Lord rejoice;

Another of the wome. sing all the earth to God. 2 To God sing, bless his name; show still

express your thankfulness,

0 ALL ye lands, unto the Lord his saving health abroad. When ye into your memory

make ye a joyful noise. 3 Among the heathen nations

do call his holiness.

2 Serve God with gladness, him before his glory do declare;


come with a singing voice. And unto all the people show

3 Know ye the Lord that he is God :

SING a new song to the Lord. his works that wondrous are.

not we, but he us made; for wonders he hath done :

We are his people, and the steep 4 For great's the Lord, and greatly he His right hand and his holy arm

within his pasture fed. is to be magnified;

him victory hath won. Yea, worthy to be fear'd is he 2 The Lord God his salvation

4 Enter his gates and courts with praise, above all gods be side. hath caused to be known;

to thank him go ye thither : 5 For all the gods are idols dumb,

His justice in the heathen's sight

To him express your thankfulness, he openly hath shown.

and bless his name together. which blinded nations fear; But our God is the Lord, by whom

| 5 Because the Lord our God is good : 3 He mindful of his grace and truth the heav'ns created were.

his mercy faileth never; to Isr'el's house hath been ;

And to all generations 6 Great honour is before his face, And the salvation of our God

his truth endureth ever. and majesty divine ;

all ends of th' earth have seen. Strength is within his holy place, 4 Let all the earth unto the Lord

PSALM 101. and there doth beauty shine.

send forth a joyful noise;

I MERCY will and judgment sing: 7 Do ye ascribe unto the Lord,

Lift up your voice aloud to him, I Lord, I will sing to thee. of people ev'ry tribe,

sing praises, and rejoice.

2 With wisdom in a perfect way, Glory do ye unto the Lord

15 With harp, with harp, and voice of psalms shall my behaviour be. and mighty pow'r ascribe.

Unto JEHOVAH sing :

O when, in kindness unto me, 8 Give ye the glory to the Lord

6 With trumpets, cornets, gladly sound I wilt thou be pleas'd to come ? that to his name is due :

before the Lord the King.

I with a perfect heart will walk Come ye into his courts, and bring 7 Let seas and all their fulness roar,

within my house at home. an offering with you.

the world, and dwellers there ;

13 I will endure no wicked thing 8 Let floods clap hands, and let the hills 9 In beauty of his holiness,

before mine eyes to be: O do the Lord adore ;

together joy declare,

I hate their work that turn aside: Likewise let all the earth throughout 9 Before the Lord; because he comes, it shall not cleave to me. tremble his face before.

to judge the earth comes he : 14 A stubborn and a froward heart 10 Among the heathens say, God reigns: He'll judge the world with righteous

depart quite from me shall; the world shall steadfastly

his folk with equity.

(ness, A person giv'n to wickedness Be fix'd from moving; he shall judge


I will not know at all. the people righteously. 11 Let heav'ns be glad before the Lord,

ITH' eternal Lord doth reign as King 5 I'll cut him off that slandereth and let the earth rejoice : 1

his neighbour privily;

let all the people quake : Let seas, and all that is therein, He sits between the cherubims,

The haughty heart I will not bear, let th' earth be mov'd and shake.

nor him that looketh high. cry out, and make a noise.

2 The Lord in Sion great and high 16 Upon the faithful of the land 12 Let fields rejoice and ev'ry thing

above all people is :

mine eyes shall be, that they that springeth of the earth;

13 Thy great and dreadful name (for it May dwell with me: he shall me serve, Then woods and ev'ry tree shall sing is holy) let them bless.

that walks in perfect way. with gladness and with mirth,

4 The King's strength also judgment loves ; 7 Who of deceit a worker is 13 Before the Lord ; because he comes,

thou settlest equity : to judge the earth comes he:

in my house shall not dwell; Just judgment thou dost execute He'll judge the world with righteous

And in my presence shall be not in Jacob righteously.

remain that lies doth tell. the people faithfully.

(ness, 5 The Lord our God exalt on high, 18 Yea, all the wicked of the land PSALM 97. and rev'rently do ye

early destroy will l; COD reigneth, let the earth be glad, Before his footstool worship him : All from God's city to cut off U and isles rejoice each one.

the holy One is he.

that work iniquity. 2 Dark clouds him compass; and in right 6 Moses and Aaron 'mong his priests,

PSALM 102. with judgment dwells his throne.

Samuel, with them that call 3 Fire goes before him, and his foes Upon his name: these call'd on God, Jo LORD, unto my pray't give ear, it burns up round about: and he them answer'd all.

my cry let come to thee: 4 His lightnings lighten did the world; 7 Within the pillar of the cloud

2 And in the day of my distress earth saw and shook throughout. he unto them did speak :

hide not thy face from me: 5 Hills at the presence of the Lord,

The testimonies he them taught,

Give ear to me ; what time I call, like wax did melt away; and laws, they did not break.

to answer me make baste. Ev'n at the presence of the Lord 18 Thou answer'dst them, O Lord our God;/3 For, as an hearth, my bones are barnt, of all the earth, I say.

nel my days like smoke do waste. i The heav'ns declare his right'ousness, Pardon to them, though on their deeds 4 My heart within me smitten is, all men his glory see. thou wouldest vengeance have.

thou wast a God that gave

and it is withered

Like very grass. so that I do

Thou, as a vesture, shalt them change, 27 But from all changes thou art free, forget to eat my bread.

and they shall changed be: | Thy endless years do last for aye. 5 By reason of my groaning voice 27 Bat thou the same art, and thy years 128 Thy servants, and their seed who be, my bones cleave to my skin.

are to eternity.

Establish'd shall before thee stay. 6 Like pelican in wilderness

28 The children of thy servants shall forsaken I have been : continually endure;

PSALM 103. I like an owl in desert am,

And in thy sight, O Lord, their seed TO THOU my soul, bless God the Lord. that nightly there doth moan. shall be establish'd sure.

and all that in me is 7 I watch, and like a sparrow am

Another of the same.

Be stirred up, his holy name on the house-top alone.

to magnify and bless. 8 My bitter en'mies all the day

ILORD, hear my pray'r, and let my cry |2 Bless, O my soul, the Lord thy God; reproaches cast on me; * Have speedy access unto thee.

and not forgetful be And, being mad at me, with rage 2 In day of my calamity

Of all his gracious benefits against me sworn they be. O hide not thou thy face from me:

he hath bestow'd on thee. Hear when I call to thee; that day 9 For why? I ashes eaten have

13 All thine iniquities who doth

An answer speedily return. like bread, in sorrows deep: 3 My days, like smoke, consume away,

most graciously forgive; My drink I also mingled have

Who thy diseases all and pains And, as an hearth, my bones do burn. with tears that I did weep.

doth heal, and thee relieve. 10 Thy wrath and indignation

4 My heart is wounded very sore, 14 Who doth redeem thy life, that thon did cause this grief and pain;

And withered, like grass doth fade : to death may'st not go down;
For thou hast lift me up on high,
I am forgetful grown therefore

Who thee with loving-kindness doth and cast me down again. To take and eat my daily bread.

and tender mercies crown: 15 By reason of my smart within, 11 My days are like unto a shade,

5 Who with abundance of good things And voice of my most grievous groans, which doth declining pass; My flesh consumed is ; my skin,

doth satisfy thy mouth; And I am dried and ried and withered,

So that, ev'n as the eagle's age, ev'n like unto the grass. All parch'd, doth cleave unto the bones.

renewed is thy youth. 12 But thou, Lord, everlasting art, 6 The pelican of wilderness,

16 God righteous judgment executes and thy remembrance shall The owl in desert, I do match:

for all oppressed ones. Continually endure, and be

7 And, sparrow-like, companionless, 17 His ways to Moses, he bis acts to generations all. Upon the houses' top I watch:

made known to Isr'el's sons. 13 Thou shalt arise, and mercy have

8 I all day long am made a scorn, 8 The Lord our God is merciful,

| Reproach'd by my malicious foes ; upon thy Sion yet;

and he is gracious, The madmen are against me sworn, The time to favour her is come,

Long-suffering, and slow to wrath, The men against me that arose. the time that thou hast set.

in mercy plenteous. 14 For in her rubbish and her stones

9 For I have ashes eaten up,

19 He will not chide continually, thy servants pleasure take, To me as if they had been bread;

nor keep his anger still. Yea, they the very dust thereof

And with my drink I in my cup

10 With us he dealt not as we sinn'd, do favour for her sake. Of biller tears a mixture made.

nor did requite our ill. 10 Because thy wrath was not appeas'd, 15 So shall the heathen people fear

|11 For as the heaven in its height

And dreadful indignation ; the Lord's most holy name; .

the earth surmounteth far; Therefore it was that thou me rais'd, And all the kings on earth shall dread

So great to those that do him fear, And thou again didst cast me down. thy glory and thy fame.

his tender mercies are ; 16 When Sion by the mighty Lord

111 My days are like a shade alway, 12 As far as east is distant from built up again shall be, Which doth declining swiftly pass ;

the west, so far hath he In glory then and majesty And I am withered away,

From us removed, in his love, to men appear shall he. Much like unto the fading grass.

all our iniquity. 17 The prayer of the destitute | 12 But thou, O Lord, shalt still endure,

13 Such pity as a father hath From change and all mutation free, he surely will regard ;

unto his children dear; And to all generations sure Their prayer will he not despise,

Like pity shows the Lord to such Shall thy remembrance ever be. by him it shall be heard.

as worship him in fear 18 For generations yet to come

13 Thou shalt arise, and mercy yet 14 For he remembers we are dust, this shall be on record : Thou to mount Sion shall extend :

and he our frame well knows. So shall the people that shall be

Her time for favour which was set, 15 Frail man, his days are like the grass created, praise the Lord. Behold is now come to an end.

as flow'r in field he grows : 14 Thy saints take pleasure in her stones, 19 He from his sanctuary's height

16 For over it the wind doth pass, Her very dust to them is dear. hath downward cast his eye;

and it away is gone ; 15 All heathen lands and kingly thrones, And from his glorious throne in heav'n

| And of the place where once it was | On earth thy glorious name shall fear. the Lord the earth did spy;

it shall no more be known. 20 That of the mournful prisoner 16 God in his glory shall appear,

17 But unto them that do him fear, the groanings he might hear, When Sion he builds and repairs.

God's mercy never ends; To set them free, that unto death 17 He shall regard and lend his ear

And to their children's children still by men appointed are: Unto the needy's humble pray'rs:

his righteousness extends : 21 That they in Sion may declare

Th' afflicted's pray'r he will not scorn.

| 18 To such as keep his covenant, the Lord's most holy name, 18 All times this shall be on record :

and mindful are alway And publish in Jerusalem And generations yet unborn

Of his most just commandments, the praises of the same; Shall praise and magnify the Lord.

that they may them obey. 22 When as the people gather shall

| 19 He from his holy place look'd down, . 19 The Lord prepared hath his throne in troops with one accord,

The earth he view'd from heav'n on high ; in heavens firm to stand;
When kingdoms shall assembled be 20 To hear the pris'ner's mourning groan, And ev'ry thing that being hath
to serve the highest Lord.
And free them that are doom'd to die :

his kingdom doth command.
23 My wonted strength and force he hath 21 That Sion, and Jerus'lem too,
abated in the way;

20 O ye his angels, that excel
His name and praise may well record ;
22 When people and the kingdom do

in strength, bless ye the Lord;
And he my days hath shortened :

| Ye who obey what he commands, Thus therefore did I say, Assemble all to praise the Lord.

and hearken to his word. My God, in mid-time of my days 23 My strength he weaken'd in the way; 21 O bless and magnify the Lord, take thou me not away: My days of life are shortened:

ye glorious hosts of his; From age to age eternally 24 My God, take me not away

Ye ministers that do fulfil thy years endure and stay. In mid-time of my days, I said:

whate'er his pleasure is. 25 The firm foundation of the earth

Thy years throughout all ages last.

25 of old thou hast established of old time thou hast laid :

22 O bless the Lord, all ye his works,

The earth's foundation firm and fast: ! The heavens also are the work

wherewith the world is stor'd Thu might hands the he'ns have made In his dominions every where. which thine own hands have made.

My soul, bless thou the Lord. 26 Thou shalt for evermore endure, 26 They perish shall, as garments de, but they shall perish all; But ihou shalt evermore endure :

PSALM 104 Yea, ev'ry one of them wax old, " As vestures thou shalt change them so, PLESS God, my soul. O Lord my Goa like to a garment, shall :

And they shall all be changed sure. |D thou art exceeding great:

With honour and with majesty | 27 These all wait on thee, that thou may'st | 15 Thus did he say, Touch ye not these thou clothed art in state. in due time give them ineat.

that mine anointed be, 2 With light, as with a robe, thyself 28 That which thou givest unto them

Nor do the prophets any harm thou coverest about :

that do pertain to me.

they gather for their food; And, like unto a curtain, thou

16 He call'd for famine on the land, Thine hand thou open'st lib'rally, the heavens stretchest out.

he brake the staff of bread: they filled are with good

17 But yet he sent a man before, 3 Who of his chambers doth the beams 29 Thou hid'st th

they troubled

by whom they should be fed; within the waters lay;

their breath thou tak'st away; Who doth the clouds his chariot make; Then do they die, and to their dust Ev'n Joseph, wbom unnat'rally on wings of wind make way: relum again do they.

sell for a slave did they : 4 Who flaming fire his ministers,

18 Whose feet with fetters they did bar, 30 Thy quick’ning Spirit thou send'st forth,

and he in irons lavi bis angels sp'rits doth make:

then they created be; 5 Who earth's foundations did lay,

19 Until the time that his word came And then the earth's decayed face that it should never shake.

to give him liberty:

renewed is by thee. 6 Thou didst it cover with the deep, 31 The glory of the mighty Lord

The word and purpose of the Lord

did him in prison try. as with a garment spread:

continue shall for ever: The waters stood above the hills,

The Lord JEROVAH shall rejoice 20 Then sent the king, and did comman when thou the word but said. in all his works together.

that he enlarg'd should be: 7 But at the voice of thy rebuke

He that the people's ruler was 32 Earth, as affrighted, trembleth all they fled and would not stay:

did send to set him free.

if he on it but look ; They at thy thunder's dreadful voice

21 A lord, to rule his family And if the mountains he but touch, did haste them fast away.

he rais'd him, as most fit ; They presently do smoke.

To him of all that he possess'd 8 They by the mountains do ascend, 33 I will sing to the Lord most high,

he did the charge cominit: and by the valley.ground

so long as I shall live; Descend, unto that very place

And while I being have I shall

22 That he might at his pleasure bind which thou for them didst found. to my God praises give.

the princes of the land; 9 Thou hast a bound unto them set,

And he might teach his senaton 31 Of him my meditation shall that they may not pass over;

wisdom to understand.

sweet thoughts to me atford ; That they do not return again

23 The people then of Israel And as for me, I will rejoice the face of earth to cover.

down into Egypt came in God, my only Lord.

And Jacob also sojourned 10 Ile to the vallies sends the springs, 35 From earth let sinners be consum'd,

within the land of Ham. which run among the hills:

let ill men no more be: 11 They to all beasts of field give drink, O thou my soul, bless thou the Lord.

| 24 And he did greatly by his pow's wild asses drink their fills. Praise to the Lord give ye.

increase his people there; 12 By them the fowls of heav'n shall have

And stronger than their enemies

PSALM 105. their habitation,

they by his blessing were. Which do among the branches sing INIVE thanks to God; call on his name: 1 25 Their hearts he turned to envy

his folk maliciously, to men bis deeds make known. with delectation. 13 He from his chambers watereth 2 Sing ye to him, sing psalms; proclaim

| With those that his own servants were

his wond'rous works each one. the hills when they are dried :

to deal in subtilty. With fruit and increase of thy works 13 See that ye in his holy name

26 His servant Moses he did send; the earth is satisfied. to glory do accord :

Aaron his chosen one: 14 For cattle he makes grass to grow, | And let the heart of ev'ry one

27 By these his signs and wonders great he makes the herb to spring rejoice that seeks the Lord.

in Ham's land were made kROWL For th' use of man, that food to him 4 The Lord almighty, and his strength, | 28 Darkness he sent, and made it dark; he from the earth may bring : with steadfast hearts seek ye:

his word they did obey. | 15 And wine, that to the heart of man

His blessed and his gracious face

29 He turn'd their waters into blood, seek ye continually.

and he their fish did slay. doth cheerfulness impart,

15 Think on the works that he hath done, 130 The land, in plenty, brought forth frogs Oil that his face makes shine, and bread

which admiration breed; that strengtheneth his heart.

in chambers of their kings. His wonders, and the judgments all 16 The trees of God are full of sap;

13] His word all sorts of flies and lice I which from his mouth proceed. the cedars that do stand

in all their borders brings. In Lebanon, which planted were 6 O ye that are of Abra'm's race,

32 He hail for rain, and flaming fire by his almighty hand. his servants well approv'n;

into their land he sent ; 17 Birds of the air, upon their boughs | And ye that Jacob's children are,

33 And he their vines and fig-trees smote;

trees of their coasts he rent. whom he chose for his own. do chvose their nests to make; As for the stork, the fir-tree she 17 Because he, and he only, is

34 He spake, and caterpillars cane, doth for her dwelling take. the mighty Lord our God;

locusts did much abound; 18 The lofty mountains for wild goats

And his most righteous judgments are 35 Which in their land all herbs constan'd, a place of refuge be;

and all fruits of their ground.

in all the earth abroad. The conies also to the rocks

36 He smote all first-born in their land, 8 Ilis cov'nant he remember'd hath, do for their safety flee.

chief of their strength each one. that it may ever stand:

37 With gold and silver brought them forth; 19 He sets the moon in heav'n, thereby To thousand generations

weak in their tribes were none. the seasons to discern:

the word he did command. From him the sun his certain time

19 Which covenant he firmly made 38 Egypt was glad when forth they went; of going down doth learn. with faithful Abraham,

their fear on them did light.

39 He spread a cloud for covering, 20 Thou darkness mak'st, 'uis night; then! And unto Isaac, by his oath, of forests creep abroad. [beasts he did renew the same:

and fire to shine by night. 21 The lions young roar for their prey,

40 They ask'd, and he brought quails: with 10 And unto Jacob, for a law, and seek their meat from God.

of hear'n he filled them. he made it firm and sure,

41 He open'd rocks, floods gush'd, and raa 22 The sun doth rise, and home they flock, / A covenant to Israel,

in deserts like a stream. down in their dens they lie.

which ever should endure : 23 Man goes to work, his labour he 11 He said, I'll give Canaan's land

42 For on his holy promise he, doth to the ev'ning ply. for heritage to you,

and servant Abr' bam, thought. 24 How manifold, Lord, are thy works! 12 While they were strangers there, and 43 With joy his people, his elect in wisdom wonderful

in number, very few :


with gladness, forth he brought. Thou ev'ry one of them hast made; 13 While yet they went from land to land

|44 And unto them the pleasant lands earth's of thy riches full;

he of the heathen gave; withont a sure abode;

That of the people's labour they 25 So is this great and spacious sea, And while, thro' sundry kingdoms, they

inheritance might bare: wherein things creeping are,

did wander far abroad : Which number'd cannot be; and beasts 14 Yet notwithstanding suffer'd he 45 That they his statutes might obsene both great and small are there. no man to do them wrong;

according to his word: 26 There ships go; there thou mak'st to Yea, for their sakes, he did reprove | And that they might his laws obey.

that leviathan great. . (playl kings, who were great and strong I Give praise unto the Lord.

PSALM 106.

His chosen Moses stood in breach, 15 For thirst and hunger in them faints

that them he should not slay. 16 their soul. When straits them press, IVE praise and thanks unto the Lord, 24 Yea, they despis'd the pleasant land, They cry unto the Lord, and he for bountiful is he; I believed not his word :

them frees from their distress. His tender mercy doth endure

25 But in their tents they murmured, 17 Them also in a way to walk unto eternity. not heark'ning to the Lord.

that right is, he did guide, 2 God's mighty works who can express ? 26 Therefore in desert them to slay

That they might to a city go, or show forth all his praise ? 3 Blessed are they that judgment keep,

he lifted up his hand :

wherein they might abide. and justly do always.

27 'Mong nations to o'erthrow their seed, 8 O that men to the Lord would give and scatter in each land.

praise for his goodness then, Remember me, Lord, with that love 128 They unto Baal-peor did

And for his works of wonder done which thou to thine dost bear;

themselves associate ;

_unto the sons of men ! With thy salvation, O my God,

The sacrifices of the dead

9 For he the soul that longing is to visit me draw near: they did profanely eat.

doth fully satisfy; 5 That I thy chosen's good may see, 129 Thus, by their lewd inventions,

With goodness he the hungry soul and in their joy rejoice ; they did provoke his ire ;

doth fill abundantly, And may with thine inheritance

And then upon them suddenly, triumph with cheerful voice.

10 Such as shut up in darkness deep, the plague brake in as fire.

and in death's shade abide, 6 We with our fathers sinned have, 30 Then Phin'has rose, and justice did;

Whom strongly hath affliction bound, and of iniquity and so the plague did cease :

and irons fast have tied: Too long we have the workers been; 131 That to all ages counted was

| 11 Because against the words of God we have done wickedly. to him for righteousness.

they wrought rebelliously, 7 The wonders great, which thou, O Lord, 32 And at the waters, where they strove,

And they the counsel did contemn didst work in Egypt land, they did him angry make,

of him that is most High; Our fathers, though they saw, yet them! In such sort, that it fared ill

12 Their heart he did bring down with they did not understand: with Moses for their sake :

they fell, no help could have. [griel, And they thy mercies' multitude 33 Because they there his spirit meek 13 In trouble then they cried to God, kept not in memory; - provoked bitterly,

he them from straits did save. But at the sea, er'n the Red sea,

So that he utter'd with his lips

| 14 He out of darkuess did them bring, provok'd him grievously. words unadvisedly.

and from death's shade them take : 8 Nevertheless he saved them,

34 Nor, as the Lord commanded them, 1 Those bands wherewith they had been ev'n for his own name's sake; I did they the nations slay :

asunder quite he brake. [bound That so he might to be well known 35 But with the heathen mingled were; 15 O that men to the Lord would give his mighty power make. and learn’d of them their way.

praise for his goodness then, 9 When he the Red sea did rebuke, 36 And they their idols serv'd, which did

And for his works of wonder done then dried up it was : 1 snare unto them turn.

unto the sons of men ! Thro’ depths, as thro' the wilderness, 137 Their sons and daughters they to dev'ls 16 Because the mighty gates of brass he safely made them pass. in sacrifice did burn.

in pieces he did tear; 10 From hands of those that hated them, 138 In their own children's guiltless blood. By him in sunder also cut he did his people save : their hands they did imbrue,

the bars of iron were. And from the en'my's cruel hand

Whom to Canaan's idols they

17 Fools, for their sin and their offenco to them redemption gave. for sacrifices slew :

do sore affliction bear : 11 The waters overwhelm'd their foes ; l.

So was the land defil'd with blood.

18 All kinds of meat their soul abhors; not one was left alive. 139 They stain'd with their own way,

they to death's gates draw near. 12 Then they believ'd his word, and praise And with their own inventions

19 In grief they cry to God; he sayes to him in songs did give. 1 a whoring they did stray.

them from their miseries. 13 But soon did they his mighty works 40 Against his people kindled was 20 He sends his word, them heals, and them forget unthankfully, the wrath of God therefore,

from their destruction frees. And on his counsel and his will,

Insomuch that he did his own

21 O that men to the Lord would give did not wait patiently : inheritance abhor.

praise for his goodness then, 14 But much did lust in wilderness,

41 He gave them to the heathen's hand; | And for his works of wonder done and God in desert tempt; their foes did them command.

unto the sons of men ! 15 He gave them what they sought, but to 42 Their en mies them

42 Their en’mies them

oppress'd, they 22 And let

oppress'd, they 22 And let them sacrifice to him their soul he leanness sent.

made subject to their hand. were o ff"rings of thankfulness; 16 And against Moses in the camp 43 He many times deliver'd them,

And let them show abroad his works their envy did appear; but with their counsel so

in songs of joyfulness. At Aaron they, the saint of God,

They him provok'd, that for their sin 123 Who go to sea in ships, and in envious also were. they were brought very low.

great waters trading be; 144 Yet their affliction he beheld. 17 Therefore the earth did open wide,

24 Within the deep these men God's works

when he did hear their cry; and Dathan did devour,

and his great wonders see. 45 And he for them his covenant And all Abiram's company

25 For he commands, and forth in haste

did call to memory: did cover in that hour.

the stormy tempest flies, 18 Likewise among their company

After his mercies' multitude

Which makes the sea with rolling waves a fire was kindled then: 46 he did repent: and made

aloft to swell and rise. And so the hot consuming flame

Them to be pitied of all those

26 They mount to heaven, then to the burnt up these wicked men.

who did them captive lead.
147 O Lord our God, us save, and gather |

they do go down again; [depths 19 Upon the hill of Horeb they

Their soul doth faint, and melt away, the heathen from among, an idol-calf did frame,

with trouble and with pain. That we thy holy name inay praise A molten image they did make,

27 They reel and stagger like one drunk,

in a triumphant song. and worshipped the same.

at their wits' end they be; 20 And thus their glory, and their God. 48 Bless'd be JEHOVAH, Israel's God, 28 Then they to God in trouble cry, most vainly changed they, to all eternity :

who them from straits doth free Into the likeness of an ox

Let all the people say, Amen.

| 29 The storm is chang'd into a calm that eateth grass or hay. Praise to the Lord give ye.

at his command and will ; 21 They did forget the mighty God,

So that the waves, which rag'd before that had their Saviour been,

PSALM 107,

now quiet are and still. By whom such great things brought to PRAISE God, for he is good : for still

30 Then are they glad, because at rest they had in Egypt seen. [pass I his mercies lasting be.

and quiet now they be; 22 In Ham's land he did wondrous works;12 Let God's redeem'd say so, whom he

So to the haven he them brings
things terrible did he,
from th' en'my's hand did free:

which they desire to see. When he his mighty hand and arm 3 And gather'd them out of the lands. 131 O that men to the Lord would give stretch'd out at the Red sea.

from north, south, east, and west. praise for his goodness then, 23 Then said he, He would them destroy, 4 They stray'd in desert's pathless way, I And for his works of wonder done had not, his wrath to stay, no city found to rest.

unto the sons of men !

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