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Psalm CX. / The Way, and End of the righteous, and
wicked. Common Metre
T TOW blest is he, who ne'er consents
M By ill advice to walk;
His bus'ness and delight ;-
III., Like some fair tree, which, fed by streams,
With timely fruit does bend;
No lasting root shall find;
Before their judge's face ::
Among the saints have place.
To happiness they tend :
Shall both in ruin end..
PSALM CXI. Love to Enemies from the Example of Christ.
I. . .
U Thy glory is my song ;
Thy fon on earth was found,
Their peace he still pursu’d;
Yet, with his dying breath,
In vain before my eyes?
Give me a soul a-kin to thine,
And, in my Saviour's name,
Who slander and condemnn.
PSALM CXII. 41
. 1. DLEST is the man who fears the LORD,
D And walks with pleafure in his ways,
His bounty shall himself survive,
T HAT man is blest who stands in awe
OF GOD, and loves his sacred law;
A gen'rous pity fills his mind:
The sweet remembrance of the just, Like a green root, revives and bears A train of blessings for his heirs, When dying nature sleeps in dust.
IV. Beset with threatning dangers round, Unmor'd shall he maintain his ground;
His conscience holds his courage up: