« AnteriorContinua »
SECOND PART. C. M. Dedham, 1 LORD, in the morning thou shalt hear
My voice ascending high;
To thee lift up mine eye ;-
To plead for all his saints,
Our songs and our complaints.
The wicked shall not stand;
Nor dwell at thy right hand. mf 4 But to thy house will I resort,
To taste thy mercies there;
And worship in thy fear.
In ways of righteousness,
And plain before my face.
Third Part. C. M. Bedford. 1 LORD, hear the voice of my complaint;
Accept my secret prayer;
Will I for help repair.
And with the dawning day,
To thee devoutly pray.
With shouts their joy proclaim;
And magnify thy name.
His blessings will extend;
As with a shield, defend.
FOURTH PART. C. M. Dundee P 1 BEHOLD us, Lord, with humble fear
Approach thy temple gate;
Or in thy courts to wait.
To all so freely given,
And lift our souls to heaven.
Nor let our footsteps slide:
Our guardian, still, and guide. mf 4 No more to sin, Lord, let us yield,
Defended from above,
Of thy almighty love.
FIFTH PART. C. M. Ormond. 1 LORD, hear me, when without disguise
My words to thee ascend;
Oh graciously attend.
And all my troubles bring;
My righteous God and King.
l'll lift my eyes above;
And supplicate thy love.
Before thy mercy-seat;.
And worship at thy feet.
And my protection be;
Which leads to heaven and thee.
FIRST PART. L. M. Bath.
Severe Chastisements deprecated. 1 LORD, I can suffer thy rebukes,
When thou with kindness dost chastise ; But thy fierce wrath I cannot bear;
Oh let it not against me rise.
And ease the sorrow that I feel;
O Lord, in tender mercy heal.
How long, almighty God, how long ?
When shall I make thy grace my song?
SECOND PART. C. M. Bether. mp 1 IN mercy, not in wrath, rebuke
Thy feeble worm, my God;
And trembles at thy rod.
Regard my humble cry:
And bring salvation nigh.
And spare my fainting breath;
Or sing thy name in death?
Insults me in my pain;
And tells me hope is vain :-
Nor tempt me to despair;
FIRST PART. L. M. Timsbury.
God the righteous Judge.
The anger of thy foes restrain!
Justice and truth securely stand.
In holy crowds, rejoicing meet:
SECOND PART. L. M. Luton. 1 THE Lord is judge-before his throne
All nations shall his justice own:
And stand approved with courage there.
Surveys the world his hands have made;
And judgment from on high ordains.
The shelter of the Saviour's grace:
FIRST Part. L. M. Effingham.
The divine Glory celebrated. ml 1 ALMIGHTY Ruler of the skies, Through all the
arth thy name spread, And thine eternal glories rise
Above the heavens thy hands have made. 2 To thee the voices of the young
Their sounding notes of honor raise ;
Declare the wonders of thy praise. 3 Amidst thy temple children throng
To see their great Redeemer's face;
And loud hosanuas fill the place.
SECOND PART. L. M. Alfreton.
The condescending Grace of God.
How great is thy illustrious name
Placed high above the heavenly frame. mp 2 Down from his throne thy Son descends,
A little time our form to wear:
Our sufferings and our guilt to bear.
In glorious dignity enthroned;
O'er all thy works the Ruler crowned. 4 Jesus, our Lord, in power divine,
How great is thy illustrious name! Through all the earth thy glories shineLet all the earth resound thy fame.
THIRD PART. . M. St. Martin's. 10 LORD, our Lord, how wondrous great
Is thine exalted name!
Let men and babes proclaim.
Who dwells so far below,
And love his nature so ?
To take a mortal form;
To save a dying worm!
Who bowed his head to death;
By all things that have breath.
Is thine exalted name!
Let all the earth proclaim.