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2 How surely stablished is thy throne!
Which shall no change or period see;
Art God, from all eternity.
And toss their troubled waves on high ;
And make the angry sea comply.
Thy promise, Lord, is ever sure;
Shall find their hope of heaven secure.
Second PART. L. M. Duke Street
1 JEHOVAH reigns-he dwells in light,
Girded with majesty and might:
Still on its first foundation stands.
Or had its first foundation laid,
Thyself the ever-living God.
And aim their rage against the skies;
At thy rebuke the billows die.
Thy promise stands forever sure;
THIRD PART. S. P. M.
II 1 THE Lord Jehovah reigns,
And royal state maintains,
Arrayed in robes of light,
Begiřt with sovereign might,
2 Upheld by thy commands,
The world securely stands,
Ere stars adorned the sky:
And all their power engage;,
The terrors of thy frown
Shall beat their madness down;
Thy grace is ever new ;
Thy saints with holy fear
Shall in thy courts appear,
93 Fourth PART. 10s & 1ls. Lyons. 1 YE servants of God, your Master proclaim, And publish abroad his wonderful name; The name all-victorious of Jesus extol;
His kingdom is glorious, he rules over all. 2 God ruleth on high, almighty to save;
And still he is nigh-his presence we have:
Ascribing salvation to Jesus our king.
Let all cry aloud, and honor the Son:
Fall down on their faces, and worship the Lamb. 4 Then let us adore, and give him his right?
All glory and power, and wisdom and might;
And thanks never ceasing, for infinite love. 94
FIRST PART. C. M. Dundee.
Trusting in God for Help.
Sustained my fainting bead,
My soul among the dead.
P 2 “ Alas, my sliding feet!” I cried
Thy promise was my hope;
Thy Spirit bore me up.
Within my bosom roll,
Thy comforts cheer my soul.
And frame oppressive laws;
He will defend my cause.
94 Second PART. C. M. Bedford. 1 BLEST is the man, whom thou, O Lord,
In kindness dost chastise,
In mercy dost advise.
His favor wholly take:
He will not quite forsake.
In all that thou hast done;
Shall in that path go on.
In thee, the Lord most high:
For refuge always fly.
FIRST PART. L. M. Appleton. Echortation to adore and praise Jehovah. "1 OH come, loud anthems let us sing,
Loud thanks to our almighty King;
When our salvation's rock we praise.
To thank him for his favors past;
3 Oh let us to his courts repair,
And bow with adoration there;
95 SECOND PART.. L.M. Uxbridge. 1 COME-let our voices join to raise
A sacred song of solemn praise :
His honor in exalted verse.
Who framed our natures with his word:
His mercy chose--his pastures keep.
The counsels of his love obey ;
The sins and plagues that Israel knew.
And view those ancient rebels dead:
Nor lose the blessing by delay.
And march to Zion's heavenly gates ;
Sterling. 1 TO God our voices let us raise,
And loudly chant the joyful strain;
Whence free salvation we obtain.
O’er all the gods of earth he reigns;
His power alone the hills sustains.
Come near, and worship at his throne ;
And bow in adoration down.
95 FOURTH PART. C. M. Marlowo. f 1 SING to the Lord Jehovah's name,
And in his strength rejoice;
Exalted be our voice.
And psalms of honor sing;
The whole creation's King.
Come-kneel before his face:
Be children of his grace!
And waits for your request;
Come-lest he rouse his wrath-and swear, Len
“ Ye shall not see my rest.”
FIFTH PART. S. M. Paddington. 1 COME—sound his praise abroad,
And hymns of glory, sing:
The universal King.
Come-bow before the Lord;
He formed us by his word.
Nor dare provoke his rod;
And own your gracious God.
96 FIRST Part. L. P. M. St. Helen's.
Rejoicing in View of God's universal Reign.
To sing a psalm of lofty praise,
And all his saving works proclaim.