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4 Wake, all ye soaring throngs, and sing;
Harmonious anthems raise
And tuned your voice to praise.
Let man, in God's own image made,
His breath in praise employ;
In songs of holy joy.
Your voices raise, | To sing his praise.
Fourth Part. H. M. Darwell's. 1 YE boundless realms of joy,
Exalt your Maker's name:
And praise his holy name,
They all from nothing came;
Fifth PART. H. M. Harroich. 1 YE tribes of Adam, join
With heaven, and earth, and seas,
throng In worlds of light
In glorious order stand,
By his supreme command.
While earth and sky | His honors high.
3 Let all the nations fear
The God that rules above;
His saints shall raise
Praise him, angels in the height;
Worlds his mighty voice obeyed;
Never shall his promise fail ;
Hosts on high his power proclaim;
149 First Part. C. M. Nottingham.
And let your songs be new;
His later wonders shew.
Shall their Redeemer sing;
While Zion owns her King.
Whom sinners treat with scorn;
Salvation shall adorn.
ng came le Lord,
4 Saints shall be joyful in their King,
E'en on a dying bed :
For God shall raise the dead.
Who humbly loved him here.
149 SECOND PART. 10s & lls. St. Michael's. 111 O PRAISE ye the Lord! prepare your glad voice,
His praise in the great assembly tu sing;
And heirs of salvation be glad in their King. 2 Let them his great name devoutly adore ;
In loud swelling strains his praises express,
Their wants to relieve, and his children to bless. 3 With glory adorned, his people shall sing
To God, who defence and plenty supplies : Their loud acclamations to him, their great King,
Thro' earth shall be sounded, and reach to the skies. 4 Ye angels above, his glories who've sung,
In loftiest notes, now publish his praise:
Would join in your numbers, and chant to your lays.
FIRST PART. L. M. Brewer. 11 OH praise the Lord in that blest place,
From whence his goodness largely flows: Praise him in heaven-where he his face
Unveiled in perfect glory shows.
Which he in our behalf hath done;
With which our praise should equal run. 3 Let all who vital breath enjoy,
The breath he doth to them afford,
Let every creature praise the Lord.
150 Second PART. L. M. Rothwell.
In his own courts, your songs of joy;
Shall echo back the joyful sound.
His wondrous workshow bright they shine!
Whose greatness all your praise exceeds.
To spread your sacred pleasure round;
And to the solemn organ sing.
Attend, and join the blissful choir;
Adore, and love, and praise the Lord !
His grace he there reveals ;
For there his glory dwells.
While you rehearse his deeds;
Your highest praise exceeds.
My soul shall praise him best.
150 Fourth Part. 68 & 4s. Italian Hymn.
Rise and adore :
Vast as his power.
2 Now let the trumpet raise
Wide as his fame:
Filled with his name.
Sweet the accord!
Praise ye the Lord. 150 Fifth PART. 7s. Lincoln. 1 PRAISE the Lord-his glory bless
Praise him in his holiness;
Praise him as his fame requires.
Spread its loudest notes around;
With the sacred minstrel's lays.
God, the Lord of righteousness;
Of the great Jehovah's name.
In his praise your hearts unite;
Praise and magnify the Lord. 150 SIXTH PART. 78. Pleyel's Hymn f I PRAISE-oh praise the name divine,
Praise him at the hallowed shrine;
To its Maker's praise reply.
In his praise that breath employ;