Imatges de pàgina


3 Great was the victory of his death!

His throne exalted stands ;
While all the nations of the earth

Shall bow to his commands.

THIRD Part. C. M. Nottingham.

Goodness of God commemorated. mp WHEN trouble fills my soul with grief,

Oh hide not, Lord, thy face;
For I can hope for nó relief,

Unaided by thy grace.
2 Our fathers, trusting in thy word,

Reposed their hope in thee;

In thee protection found, O Lord, f And life and liberty.

3 When in thy temple I appear

To hear thy sacred word;
My vows I will perform, and there

Thy benefits record.
4 For thou, from men of low estate,

Wilt not conceal thy face;
But unto those who humbly wait,

Wilt give thy promised grace. f 5 To all the world will I declare

The greatness of thy name;
Assembled saints my voice shall hear,

As I thy praise proclaim.

22 Fourth Part. C. M. St. Ann's.

ALL ye who serve the Lord with fear,

In praise lift up your voice;
Let Jacob's faithful children hear,

· Let Israel's sons rejoice.
2 The great, who have his bounty known,

And they who mercy crave,
Alike shall at his feet bow down;

For he alone can save.
3 Throughout the world's extended bound,

His goodness shall be shown;
And every tongue, the earth around,

Shall worship at his throne.

4 His glorious kingdom is divine,

His subjects hear his word;
Through every realm his light shall shine,

And all shall fear the Lord.

23 First Part. L. M. 6. Beloille.

Jehovah, the Shepherd of his people.

And feed me with a shepherd's care,
His presence shall my wants supply,
And guard me with a watchful eye:
My noon-day walks he shall attend,
And all my midnight hours defend.
2 When in the sultry glebe I faint,
Or on the thirsty mountain pant,
To fertile vales, and dewy meads

My weary, wandering steps he leads; pp Where peaceful rivers, soft and slow,

Amid the verdant landscape flow.
3 Thongh in the paths of death I tread,

With gloomy horrors overspread, mf My steadfast heart shall fear no ill,

For thou, O Lord, art with me still :
Thy friendly rod shall give me aid,
And guide me through the dreadful shade.
4 Though in a bare and rugged way,
Through devious, lonely wilds I stray,
Thy presence shall my pains beguile:

The barren wilderness shall smile,
mf With sudden greens and herbage crowned,

And streams shall murmur all around.

23 Second PART. C. M. Waruick dol THE Lord himself, the mighty Lord,

Vouchsafes to be my guide;
The shepherd, by whose constant care

My wants are all supplied. р

2 In tender grass he makes me feed,

And gently there repose;
Then leads me to cool shades, and where

Refreshing water flows.

3 He does my wandering soul reclaim,

And, to his endless praise,
Instruct with humble zeal to walk

In his most righteous ways.
4 I pass the gloomy vale of death,

From fear and danger free;
mf For there his aiding rod and staff

Defend and comfort me.
5 Since God doth thus his wondrous love

Through all my life extend, mf That life to him I will devote,

And in his temple spend.

23 THIRD PART. C. M. Covington. dol MY shepherd will supply my need,

Jehovah is his name;
In pastures fresh he makes me feed,

Beside the living stream.
2 He brings my wandering spirit back,

When I forsake his ways;
And leads me, for his mercy's sake,

In paths of truth and grace. р 3 When I walk through the shades of death,

Thy presence is my stay;

One word of thy supporting breath mf Drives all my fears away.

4 The sure provisions of my God

Attend me all my days; < Oh may thy house be mine abode, f And all my work be praise. 23 FOURTH PART. S. M. Olmutz. dol THE Lord my shepherd is;

I shall be well supplied ;
Since he is mine, and I am his,

What can I want beside?
2 He leads me to the place,

Where heavenly pasture grows;
Where living waters gently pass,

And full salvation flows.

8 If e'er I go astray,

He doth my soul reclaim;
And guides me in his own right way,

For his most holy name.
4 While he affords his aid,

I cannot yield to fear;
Though I should walk through death's dark

My shepherd's with me there. [shade, 5 Amid surrounding foes

Thou dost my table spread;
My cup with blessings overflows,

And joy exalts my head.
6 Tlie bounties of thy love

Shall crown my future days;
Nor from thy house will I remove,

Nor cease to speak thy praise.


23 FIFTH PART. S. M. Haverhill. dol WHILE my Redeemer's near,

My shepherd, and my guide,
I bid farewell to every fear;

My wants are all supplied
2 To ever fragrant meads,

Where rich abundance grows,
His gracious hand indulgent leads,

And guards my sweet repose.
Aff 3 Dear Shepherd, if I stray,

My wandering feet restore ;
And guard me with thy watchful eye,

And let me rove no more.

23 Sixth Part. 7s. Benson. dol To thy pastures, fair and large,

Heavenly Shepherd, lead thy charge;
And my couch, with tenderest care,
Midst the springing grass prepare.
2 When I faint with summer's heat,
Thou shalt guide my weary feet
To the streams, that, still and slow,
Through the verdant meadows flow

mf 3 Safe the dreary vale I tread,

By the shades of death o'erspread,
With thy rod and staff supplied,
This my guard--and that my guide.

4 Constant, to my latest end,
< Thou my footsteps shalt attend;
mf And shalt bid thy hallowed dome

Yield me an eternal home.

24 First Part. L. M. Timsbury.

The Citizen of Zion.
T'lis peopled realms, and wealthy stores ;
Built on the floods by power divine,

The waves are ramparts to the shores. mp 2 But who shall reach thy holy place,

Or who, O Lord, ascend thy hill?
T'he pure in heart shall see thy face,

The perfect man, that doth thy will.
3 He, who to bribes hath closed his hand,

To'idols never bent the knee,

Nor sworn in falsehood ;-he shall stand
inf Redeemed, and owned, and kept by thee.
24 SECOND Part. L. M.

WHO shall ascend the holy hill,
Great God! which all thy glories fill?
Who, in thy temple's hallowed dome,
Secure his everlasting home!
2 Whose hands are clean-whose heart sincere,
Whose purpose pure-whose actions clear,
Whose soul no vanity allures,
And truth his plighted vow secures ;-
3 This man the blessing shall receive
The blessing, which the Lord will give:
Salvation from his God shall flow,
And righteousness his hand bestow.
4 These are the men-the chosen seed,
Like Jacob, wrestling as they plead :

They seek, O Lord-they seek thy face, mf And wait--and find the promised grace.

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