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7 The mem'ry of thy goodness great
They largely shall express;
of praise they shall extol
In him compassions flow;
And is to anger slow.
His goodness doth declare,
His tender mercies are.
And thee thy saints shall bless; 11 They shall thy kingdom's glory show, 1
Thy pow'r by speech express :
sons of men to kn
And glorious majesty.
Thy reign through ages all.
Upholdeth all that fall.
Bestow'st on them their food :
And of thy bounty gives
Of ev'ry thing that lives.
Holy in his works all.
In truth that on him call.
19 He will accomplish the desire
Of those that do him fear :
And he their cry will hear.
That nought' can them annoy:
Will utterly destroy.
never Let all flesh bless his holy name
For ever and for ever.
Another of the same.
Thee will I magnify and praise
Unto thy holy name always.
And praise thy name'time without end:3 Much to be prais'd, and great God is; His greatness none can comprehend:
i7113151 4 Race shall thy works praise unto race,
The mighty acts show done by thee. 5 I will speak of the glorious grace,
And honour of thy majesty :
Thy wondrous works I will record. 6 By men the might shall be extolla of all thy dreadful acts, O Lord,
; And I thy greatness will unfold. 7 They utter shall abundantly op
The mem’ry of thy goodness great: 11 And shall sing praises cheerfully, I
Whilst they thy righteousness relate. 8 The Lord our God is gracious, lui
Compassionate is he also ; si din
In mercy he is plenteous,
But unto wrath and anger slow. 9 Good unto all men is the Lord ;
O'er all his works his mercy is. 10 Thy works all praise to thee afford;
Thy saints, O Lord, thy name shall bless. 11 The glory of thy kingdom show Shall
they, and of thy power tell : 12 That so men's sons his deeds may know,
His kingdom's grace that doth excel. 13 Thy kingdom hath none end at all,
It doth through ages all remain. 14 The Lord upholdeth all that fall,
The cast-down raiseth up again.
And on thee wait that here do live,
Sufficient food them to relieve.
And ev'ry thing dost satisfy
Of thy great liberality.
And holy in his works each one. 18 He's near to all that on him call,
Who call in truth on him alone. 19 God will the just desire fulfil
Of such as do him fear and dread :
And save them in the time of need.
That bear to him a loving heart:
21 Therefore my mouth and lips I'll frame
To speak the praises of the Lord :
PSALM CXLVI. The Spirit and subject of this, and the four following Psalms, may most concisely be expressed in that one word, wherewith they both begin and end, viz. HALLELUJAH, rendered, Praise ye the Lord, which may be called their illustration or title. See Psalm xxxiii. &c.
Come, celebrate, with raplures great,
With koliness and joy,
Which we with Christ enjoy! 1
PRAISE God. The Lord praise, O my 2 I'll praise God while I live;
[soul. While. I have being, to my God In songs
I'll praises give. 3 Trust not in princes, nor man's son,
In whom there is no stay: 4 His breath departs, to's earth he turns ;
That day his thoughts decay.; 's 5 ( happy is that man and blest,
Whom Jacob's God doth aid :
And on his God is stay'd :
Who made the swelling deep, And all that is within the same;
Who truth doth ever keep: 7 Who righteous judgment executes
For those oppress'd that be,
Who to the hungry giveth food;..
God sets the pris'ners free. 8 The Lord doth give the blind their sight,
The bowed down doth raise;
That walk in upright ways. 9 The stranger's shield, the widow's stay,
The orphan's help, is he:
Turnd upside down shall be.
Thy God, O Sion he
Praise to the Lord give ye.
With gratitude to God, so good,
May for so many blessings vie ?
the Lord; for it is good
It is a comely thing.
And he it is alone
Doth gather into one.
And grieved in their minds,
He tenderly up-binds.