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Is For God the Lord both fun and shield
Gives grace and glory bright,' No good from them fhall be withheld
Whose ways are just and right. 12 Lord God of Hofts that reign't on high,'43
(That man is truly blest, Who 'only' on thee doth rely, And in thee only rest.
HY, land to favor graciously
Thou hast not Lord been lack, Thou hast from hard' captivity
Returned Jacob back. 2. Th'iniquity thou didst forgive
5 . That wrought thy people woe, And all their sin, that did thee grieve,'
Haft lid where none shall know.' 3 Thine anger all thou hadît remov'd,
And calmly didit return
Far worse than fue to burn.
Turn us, and us restore, Thine indignation cause to cease
and chide no more.' 5 Wilt thou be angry without end,
For ever angry thus,
From age to age on us ? 6 Wilt thou not † turn, and hear our voice,' And us again t revive,
* Heb. ' The burning heat of thy wrath, + Heb.. turn to quicken, us.'
That so thy people may rejoice
By thee preservd alive. 9 Caufe us to see thy goodness, Lord,
25 To us thy mercy Thew, Thy saving health to us afford,
1 And life in us renew.' 8 • And now what God the Lord will speak, I will go ftrait and hear,
FO For to his people he speaks peace,
And to his Taints full dear,'
But let them never more
35 • To trespafs as before.' 9 Surely to such as do him fear
Salvation is at hand,
(To' dwell within our land..
Now joyfully' are met, • Sweet Peace and Righteousness have kifs d, " And hand in hand are set.'
) 11 Truth from the earth, like to a flow'r,' 45
Shall bud and blossom then,' And Justice from her heav'nly bow'r
Look down on mortal men.' 12 The Lord will also then bestow Whatever thing is good,
go Our land shall forth in plenty throw
Her fruits to be our food.' 13 Before him Righteousnels shall go
• His royal harbinger,', Then * will he come, and not be Now,
55 His footsteps cannot err.
* Heb. • He will set his steps to the way.'
HY “gracious' ear, O Lord, incline,
O hear me I thee pray,' For I am poor, and almost pine
With need, and sad decay.' 2 Preserve my soul, for * I have trod
5 Thy ways, and love the just, Save thou thy servant, O my God,
Who • ftill' in thee doth trust. 3 Pity me, Lord, for daily thee
I call; 4. O make rejoice
I lift my soul and voice.' 5
For thou art good, thou Lord art prone
To pardon, thou to all
Give ear, and to the cry
Thy hearing graciously,
Will call on thee for aid;
* And' answer what I pray'd.'
75 O Lord, nor any works « Of all that other Gods have done'
Like to thy 'glorious' works. 9 The nations all whom thou hast made Shall come, and all shall frame
* Heb., ' I am good, loving, a doer of good and holy things.'
To bow them low before thee, Lord,
And glorify thy name.
By thy strong hand are done,
I in thy truth will bide,
« So shall it never slide.'
Thee honor and adore'
Thy name for evermore.
From deepest darkness foul.'
50 To seek my life, and in their eyes
No fear of thee have set.
But thou, Lord, art the God most mild,
foes then' see,
Doli help and comfort me.
A M: · high?
Is his foundation fast, • There seated is his fanctuary,
• His temple there is plac'd.'
Than all the dwellings. fair'
• And all within his care.'
Of thee · abroad' are spoke ; 4 I mention Egypt, where proud kings'
• Did our forefathers yoke.
Philistia · full of scorn,'
Lo this man there was born :
Be faid of Sion last,'
२० 6 The Lord shall write it in a scroll
That ne'er shall be out-worn, When he the nations doth inroll,
That this man there was born. 7 Both they who sing, and they who dance, 25
! With sacred songs are there, In thee · fresh brooks, and soft streams glance,'
' And all my fountains clear.'