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3 Supplies of life, with ease to them,
He on his saints bestows;
PSALM 103. C. M.
From the cxxviii. Psalm of David.
Nor only worship pays,
To his appointed ways.
Of his own labor feed;
His wishes all succeed.
Him Sion's God shall bless, And grant him all his days to see Jerusalem's success.
PSALM 104. S. M.
From the cxxx. Psalm of David. 1 FROM lowest depths of wo
To God I sent my cry;
And graciously reply.
Who can the trial bear?
And quite renounce thy fear. 3 My soul with patience waits
For thee, the living LORD;
Thy never-failing word. 4 My longing eyes look out
For thy enliv'ning ray,
To spy the dawning day. 5 Let Israel trust in God,
No bounds his mercy knows; The plenteous source and spring from whence
Eternal succor flows:
Supplies in want convey ;
PSALM 105. III. 1.
From the cxxxi. Psalm of David. ; 1 LORD, for ever at thy side
Let my place and portion be: Strip me of the robe of pride,
clothe me with humility.
2 Meekly may my soul receive
All thy Spirit hath reveal'd; Thou hast spoken-I believe,
Though the oracle be seal'd. 3 Humble as a little child,
Weaned from the mother's breast
On thy faithful word I rest, 4 Israel! now and evermore
In the LORD JEHOVAH trust; Him, in all his ways, adore,
Wise and wonderful, and just.
PSALM 106. C. M.
From the cxxxii. Psalm of David. 10, WITH due rev’rence, let us all
To God's abode repair;
Pour out our humble prayer. 2 Arise, O LORD, and now possess
Thy constant place of rest;
But with thy presence bless d. 3 Clothe thou thy priests with righteousness,
Make thou thy saints rejoice; And, for thy servant David's sake,
Hear thy anointed's voice.
All other seats excel;
Where he desires to dwell.
Her poor with plenty bless; Her saints shall shout for joy, her priests
His saving health confess.
PSALM 107. C. M,
From the cxxxiii. Psalm of Davide | HOW vast must their advantage be,
How great their pleasure prove, Who live like brethren, and consent
In offices of love!
Which, pour'd on Aaron's head,
Its costly fragrance shed.
On Hermon's top distil ;
On Sion's favor'd hill.
4 For Sion is the chosen seat
Where the Almighty King
And life's eternal spring.
PSALM 108. C. M.
From the cxxxiv. Psalm of David.
Upon his solemn state,
With humble rev'rence wait.
And bless his holy Name:
Who earth and heaven didst frame.
PSALM 109. C. M.
From the cxxxv. Psalm of David. 1 O PRAISE the LORD with one consent,
And magnify his Name;
His worthy praise proclaim.
Attend with constant care;
With humble zeal repair.
The sons of Jacob makes;
Most valued treasure takes.
By glad experience found: And seen how he, with wondrous power,
Above all gods is crown'd. 5 For he, with unresisted strength,
Performs his sov'reign will, In heaven and earth, and wat’ry stores
That earth's deep caverns fill. 6 Their just returns of thanks to God
Let grateful Israel pay ; Nor let anointed Aaron's race
To bless the LORD delay.
Let Levi's house express;
His Name for ever bless. 8 Let all with thanks his wondrous works
In Sion's courts proclaim;
Exalt his holy Name.
PSALM 110. II. 4.
From the CXXXVI. Psalm of David
Your joyful thanks repeat;
Our constant friend;
Shall never end.
All other gods obey,
For God &c.
Amazing works are wrought;
For God &c.
About the spacious land;
For God &c.
Their num’rous hosts of light,
For God &c.
On us with favor thought;
For God &c.
On which all creatures live:
Our constant friend ;
Shall never end,
PSALM 111. L. M.
From the cxxxvii. Psalm of David
Sat down by proud Euphrates' stream,
2 Our harps, that, when with joy we sung,
Were wont their tuneful parts to bear, With silent strings neglected hung
On willow trees that wither'd there. 3 0 Salem, our once happy seat,
When I of thee forgetful prove, Let then my trembling hand forget
The speaking strings with art to move ! 4 If I to mention forbear,
Perpetual silence be my doom; Or if my chiefest joy compare
With thee, Jerusalem, my home!
PSALM 112. C. M.
From the cxxxviii. Psalm of David. 1 WITH my whole heart, my God and King,
Thy praise I will proclaim; Before the mighty I will sing,
And bless thy holy Name.
And, with thy love inspired,
O'er all thy works admired.
When I to thee did cry;
Didst inward strength supply.
Does thence the poor respect; The proud, far off, his scornful eye
Beholds with just neglect.
He shall my foes disarın,
And keep me safe from harm.
Shall fix my happy state; And, mindful of his favors past,
Shall his own work complete.
PSALM 113. L. M.
From the cxxxix. Psalm of David: | THOU, LORD, by strictest search hast known
My rising up and lying down;
Known long before conceived by me. 2 Thine eye my bed and path surveys,
My public haunts and private ways: