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at thy church requests,
d and just;
-3 Through all the earth, the nations round
Shall thee, their God, confess;
Of thy great name express.
And then with me you'll own,
Has wondrous judgments shown.
To God the voices raise;
And spread his glorious praise.
ART. L. M. Applets to Christ. the voice of jov, hie land let triumph ring your songs employ, ises hail the king. -adoring own, vondrous might discloe us power has shown; ss confound thy foes! the world shall bow, ts blessings prove; ins in concert How, er, and praise thy lore e nations round; rehearse his name:
THIRD PART. C. M. Marlow. 1 SING, all ye nations, to the Lord,
Sing with a joyful noise;
His honors and your joys.
How terrible art thou !
Or at thy feet they bow.
Ye saints, fulfil his praise ;
And guides our doubtful ways.
rough earth resound
RT. C. M.
FOURTH Part. C. M. Clarendon.
Praise for Redemption.
To that almighty power,
In my distressful hour.
To make his mercies known;
The wonders he has done.
I sought his heavenly aid;
And death's eternal shade.
he Creator. ith shouts of joy, es raise; - of his name, rious praise. ow dreadful, Lord, I thou! zy stubborn foes
4 If sin lay covered in my heart,
While prayer employed my tongue,
Nor I his praises sung.
Has set my spirit free;
Nor turned his heart from me.
Fifth Parr. C. M. Stephens. f1110 ALL ye lands, rejoice in God,
Sing praises to his name;
His wondrous acts proclaim;2 And let his faithful servants tell
How, by redeeming love,
To share the joys above ;-
Forbids their feet to slide;
Vouchsafes to be their guide.
Ye ransomed of the Lord;
His presence your reward.
FIRST PART. C. M. Bedford.
With beams of heavenly grace;
And show thy smiling face.
Sound through the earth abroad,
Their Saviour and their God?
Sing loud with solemn voice;
And every heart rejoice.
ed in my heart, employed my tongue hown me no regard, ses sung. ame be ever blestirit free; d my request, s heart from me.
SECOND PART. S. M. Thatcher. 1 TO bless thy chosen race,
In mercy, Lord, incline;
On all thy saints to shine ;-
May through the world be known;
And thy salvation own.
Dissolved in pious mirth;
Shalt govern all the earth.
To celebrate thy fame;
To praise thy glorious name.
- his name;
PART. C. M.
rejoice in God, , with one accord, acts proclaim;ul servants tell ming love, aved from death and hel ys above;y Spirit's grace et to slide; the Christian race, pe their guide. and shout for joy, f the Lord;
67 THIRD PART. S. M. St. Thomas.
With mercies from above;
With beams of heavenly love.
Thy ways of grace proclaim,
The Saviour's blessed name.
One general voice to raise ;
Their songs of grateful praise !
Their cheerful powers employ,
With shouts of sacred joy.
your sweet emplos, ur reward.
PART. C. M. Beda rgement of the Church
. God, on Zion shine, heavenly grace ; through every land,
distant lands, emn voice;
67 FOURTH PART. S. M. Paddington. 1 THOU shalt, O Lord, descend,
And all the kingdoms bless; Throughout the earth thy realm extend,
And judge in righteousness.
mit his praise,
Fifth PART. 7s. Pleyel's Hymn. 1 ON thy church, 0 Power divine,
Cause thy glorious face to shine ;
Hail her as their guiding star.
Scatter blessings o'er the land;
FIRST Part. L. M. Appleton.
The Majesty of Jehovah.
Crown him, ye nations, in your song:
His honors shall enrich your verse.
His name, Jehovah, sounds on high :
Ye saints, rejoice before his face.
SECOND PART. L. M. Duke Street.
NI LORD, when thou didst ascend on high,
Ten thousand angels filled the sky;
More glorious, when the Lord was there;
And struck the chosen tribes with awe.
He sent his promised Spirit down,
Pleyel's Hyres Power divine, face to shine; n afar iding star. th lavish hand, er the land; notest bound raise resound.
THIRD PART. L. M.
The Goodness and Compassion of God.
Who showers his blessings from above;
The hope and saviour of the just.
The weak and humble he relieves; mf
Supported by his grace we stand,
L. M. 1 of Jehovah. thrones to God belong; nations, in your song: and power rehearse ; ich your verse. rs through the sky, sounds on high: sons of grace; ore his face. ur joy-our rest; oclaim him blest: vhen nations faini, 'every saint.
mp 3 He views his children in distress,
The widow and the fatherless;
Supports them with his tender love.
Shall in his promises rejoice ;