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INTERPRETED and improved by its Author, Heb. iii. 4. concerning Christ and the gospel-day-and so, for the same reason, its parallels must be applied.
To-day, to-day, the Holy GHOST
Upon the saints doth loudly call,
And lowly at his footstool fall :
Who sin against the Holy Ghost,
And wail God's rest for ever lost ! 10 COME, let us sing to the Lord :
Come, let us ev'ry one
of our salvation.
With praise and thankful voice;
And make a joyful noise.
Above all gods he is. 4 Depths of the earth are in his hand,
The strength of hills is his.
For he the same did make;
Its form at first did take.
Let us bow down withal,
Our Maker let us fall.
Of his own pasture are,
And of his hand the sheep; to day,
If ye his voice will hear,
Of the tentation.
And did my working see;
This race hath grieved me.
My ways they do not know :
My rest they should not go.
Let all the world their Judge adore ! 10
SING a new song to the Lord:
Sing all the earth to God. 2 To God sing, bless his name, shew still
His saving health abroad. 3 Among the heathen nations
His glory do declare;
His works that wondrous are.
• Prose Pealms of the Bible,
Yea, worthy to be fear'd is he
Above all gods beside.
Which blinded nations fear;
The heav'ns created were.
And majesty divine;
And there doth beauty shine. 7 Do ye ascribe unto the Lord,
of people ev'ry tribe, Glory do ye unto the Lord,
And mighty pow'r ascribe. 8 Give ye the glory to the Lord
That to his name is due;
An offering with you.
O do the Lord adore;
Tremble his face before. 10 Among the heathen say, God reigns ;
The world shall stedfastly
The people righteously. 11 Let heavens be glad before the Lord,
And let the earth rejoice;
Cry out, and make a noise.
That springeth of the earth:
With gladness and with mirth 13 Before the Lord; because he comes,
To judge the earth comes he:
He'll judge the world with righteousness,
The people faithfully.
PSALM XCVII. ASCERTAINED, with all its parallels, and applied by THE FATHER TO THE SON, Heb. i. 6. - When he bringeth in the First-begotten into the world, he - saith, And let all the angels of God worship him,'• as written in ver. 7. of this Psalm, ‘Worship him, « all ye gods. See Psal. ii. and margin..
Here in THE Soy behold and trace
(Of all his Father's pom'r possest),
Jehovah's glory full exprest.
And isles rejoice each one.
With judgment dwells his throne. 3 Fire goes before him, and his foes
It burns up round about: 4 His lightnings lighten did the world ;
Earth saw, and shook throughout. 5 Hills at the presence of the Lord,
Like wax, did melt away;
Of all the earth, I say.
All men his glory see.
Confounded let them be.
* Prose Psalms of the Bible.
Ye that are called gods, see that
Ye do him worship all. 8 Sion did hear, and joyful was,
Glad Judah's daughters were ; They much rejoic'd, O Lord, because
Thy judgments did appear.
All things on earth that are;
Exalted very far.
His saints' souls keepeth he;
He sets them safe and free. 11 For all those that be righteous
Sown is a joyful light,
That are in heart upright.
Express your thankfulness,
unto your memory Do call his holiness.
INTERPRETED as the last Psalm.
Let all the world with rev'rence fall
To dry our tears, to heal our plaints. 1 O SING a new song to the Lord,
For wonders he hath done: