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4 Wait on the Lord, ye trembling saints,
And keep your courage up;
And far exceed your hope.
THIRD PART. 7s. Norwich. 1 WHEN my cries ascend to thee,
Hear, Jehovah, from afar;
Still propitious to my prayer!
Quickly did my heart reply,
“ Thee I'll seek, O Lord most high!"
When no more its help I share;
Though withdrawn a father's care; mf 4 Then Jehovah's guardian eye
Shall my orphan state defend,
He my guardian, father, friend!
Fourth PART.. 7s. Norwich. 1 GRACIOUS Lord, disclose thy way,
In thy path my feet sustain:
Make the path of duty plain :-
To the foes which round me rise;
Cruel power, or slanderous lies.
Oft my soul had sunk in wo;
All thy goodness, Lord, to know. mf 4 Wait, then, Israel, on the Lord;
Still with courage cheer thy heart:
He will grace and strength impart.
St. Ann's. Divine Interposition acknowledged. mf 1 BLEST be the Lord, who heard my prayer
The Lord—my shield-my song ;
And tuned with praise my tongue. mp 2 When in the hour of deep distress,
Of foes and death afraid,
And sought, and found his aid. mf 3 0 blest Redeemer-glorious Lord!
Thy shield-thy strength shall be
Who love, and trust in thee.
Oh save from guilt and wo;
With joy her courts surround;
And saints thy praise resound.
FIRST PART. L. M. Monmouth.
Jehovah, the Universal King.
Give to the Lord renown and power,
And his eternal might adore.
Through every ocean, every land;
And lightnings blaze at his command. 3 The Lord sits sovereign on the flood,
O'er earth he reigns forever king;
4 In gentler language, there the Lord
The counsel of his grace imparts;
Speaks peace and comfort to our hearts.
SECOND PART. L. M. Dunstan. 11 1 SONS of the mighty! rise, and bring
Your offerings to th' eternal King:
Your glory and your strength supplies. 2 His word, all powerful to fulfil
Th' eternal counsels of his will,
Subdues the world his hand has made. 3 The mountains bow-the cedars rend,
Lo! at his high command they bend!
And bowed the rebel heart of man.
Strikes deep-and quick conviction flies:
Through earth, to its remotest shore. f 5 Jesus is king !-enthroned on high,
He reigns through all eternity!
THIRD PART. L. M. Timsbury. !! 1 YE mighty rulers of the land,
Give praise and glory to the Lord;
His great and powerful acts record.
The honors which to him belong ;
Let worship flow from every tongue.
When through the heavens histhunders roll;
4 When he upon the lightning rides,
His voice in loudest thunder speaks ;
And earth to its deep centre shakes.
His government shall never cease;
At thy command diseases fly;
From the dark borders of the grave ?
How large his grace-how kind his love;
The wondrous records of his grace.
His love is life, and length of days;
FIRST PART. L. M. Pomfret.
Confidence in God.
I place my hope, my only trust;
Thou ever gracious, ever just.
The fortress where my hopes retreat;
To safety guide my wandering feet.
Whose mercy bids my fear remove;
Are his almighty power and love.
4 Ye humble souls, who seek his face,
Let sacred courage fill your heart!
And he will heavenly strength impart. 31 SECOND Part. C. M. Litchfield,
God praised for his merciful Protection.
To God, in grateful songs;
Inspire your hearts and tongues.
And light and hope depart,
And joy revives the heart.
I breathed my humble cry;,
And wiped my weeping eye.
And snatched me from the grave;
Which mercy deigns to save. 31 THIRD PART. C. M. Dunchurch. 1 IN thee, O Lord, I place my trust,
Preserve my soul from shame;
And righteous is thy name.
Thy children shall receive,
And in thy service live!
Let songs of praise resound;
Has fenced my city round.
He shall your prayers regard :
Shall meet your just reward.