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3 Like the tree, that's taught to grow
Where the streams refreshing flow,
Prosperous, he no leaf shall shed.
God's obdurate foes await!
Fly like chaff before the wind.
And to each assign his doom;-
With the just assembled stand ?
Objects of his love shall own;
Jays; - stands, sace:
FIRST PART. C. M. Marlovo.
The Lord's anointed Son ?
And tread his gospel down?
Derides their rage below;
And strikes their spirits through.
“ And raise him from the dead ; “I make my holy hill his throne,
“ And wide his kingdom spread.”
Obey the anointed Lord;
And tremble at his word.
root; me shall live;
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Second PART. C. M. Patmos. 1 ATTEND, O earth, when God declares
His uncontrolled decree :“ Thou art my Son--this day, my heir,
“Have I begotten thee.
THIRD PART. S. M. Dover.
And asks to rule the earth;
And pleads his heavenly birth.
A large inheritance:
His kingdom shall advance.
Must feel his iron rod :
Which he received from God.
And worship at his throne:
To God's exalted Son.
Ye perish on the place:
For refuge to his grace.
FOURTH PART. H. M. Murray
On Zion is his throne :
His own begotten Son: < Up from the grave
And mount the skies, He bids him rise, With power to save. 2 His kingdom is complete,
This day exalts his name:
Before his Father's seat,
He makes his righteous claim: p < Gentiles adore,
f His hands possess His power confess: From shore to shore.
FIRST PART. L. M. Bath.
God our Defence. Morning.
how many are my foes,
But my defence and hope is God.
To thee I raised an evening cry;
And thine almighty help was nigh.
I laid me down, and slept secure;
Though I should wake and rise no more. mf 4 But God sustained me all the night;
Salvation doth to God belong :
SECOND PART. C. M. Dundee. mp 1 MY God, how many are my fears !
How fast my foes increase!
How fatal to my peace!
Shalt on the tempter tread;
And raise my drooping head.
He bowed a listening ear:
And he subdued 'my fear.
My sweet repose to take;
Through him in safety wake.
[ 5 What though the hosts of death and hell
All armed against me stood ?
My refuge is my God.
THIRD PART. C. M. St. Ann's mf 1 THOU, gracious Lord, art my defence;
On thee my hopes rely;
Lift up my head on high.
My sweet repose to take;
Through him in safety wake. 1 3 Salvation to the Lord belongs;
He only can defend;
FIRST PART. L. M. Duke Street.
God our Portion.
“Who will bestow some earthly good ?"
Our souls desire this heavenly food.
At grace divine and love so great;
For all their wealth and boasted state.
SECOND PART. L. M. Duke Street.
Rest and Peace in God. Evening.
With sacred joy to cheer my heart:
Earth ne'er can yield such heavenly peace.
I'll lay me down in peace to rest;
THIRD PART. C. M. Litchfield mp 1 LORD, thou wilt hear me when I pray;
I am forever thine:
Nor would I dare to sin.
From care and business free,
With my own heart and thee. mf 3 I pay this evening sacrifice;
And when my work is done,
Upon thy grace alone. > 4 Thus, with my thoughts composed to peace,
I'll give mine eyes to sleep;
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happy choice, nd boasted state.
FIRST PART. L. M. Winchester. Communion with God. Sabbath Morning. 1 LORD, hear my words--my spirit see,
'When wrapt in solemn thoughts of thee: My King, my God, my cries attend;
To thee my suppliant prayers ascend.
Thou, Lord, my early voice shalt hear:
And faith look up with longing eyes.
In tents of sín no joy can find :
Nor e'er inhabit, Lord, with thee.
Thy temple’s sacred courts will tread;
Thy mercies shall surround me there.
While awe profound inspires my breast;
L. M. Duke Strand