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5 Sing praises to the righteous Lord,

Who dwells on Zion's hill,
Who executes his threatening word,

And doth his grace fulfil.


SECOND PART. C. M. Marloro.
WHEN the great Judge, supreme and just,

Shall once inquire fur blood,
The humble souls, that mourn in dust,

Shall find a faithful God.
р 2 Thy thunder shall affright the proud,

And put their hearts to pain,
Make them confess that thou art God,

And they but feeble men.
3 Though saints to sore distress are brought,

And wait, and long complain;
Their cries shall never be forgot,

Nor shall their hopes be vain.
f 4 Rise, great Redeemer, from thy seat,
Len To judge and save the poor;
f Let nations tremble at thy feet,

And man prevail no more.

9 THIRD PART. C. M. Abridge. f TO God, who dwells on Zion's mount,

Your lofty voices raise;
Through all the earth his works recount,

In solemn hymns of praise.
2 The Lord in righteousness is known,

In judgment seen by all;
The wicked, who his name disown

By their own works shall fall. mf 3 O Lord, in majesty arise,

The heathen's power assail ;
Exalt thyself above the skies,

And let not man prevail.
4 Thou art, O God, the righteous Lord,

Thy name shall still endure;
Thy throne of judgment, and thy word,

Shall stand for ever sure.


Fourth Part. C. M. Nottingham.

Delight in praising God.
TO celebrate thy praise, O Lord,

I will my heart prepare;
To all the listening world, thy works,

Thy wondrous works, declare.
2 The thought of them shall to my soul

Exalted pleasures bring;
While to thy name, O thou Most High,

Triumphant praise I sing.
3 Thou art, O Lord, a sure defence

Against oppressing rage:
As troubles rise, thy needful aid

In our behalf engage.
4 To celebrate thy praise, O Lord,

I will my heart prepare ;
To all the listening world, thy works,

Thy wondrous works, declare.


10 FIRST PART. L. M. Danders. Jehovah, the Avenger of the Oppressed.

Proclaim the Lord, th' eternal King:
Crown him, ye saints, with holy joy,
His arm shall all your foes destroy.
2 Thou, Lord, ere yet the humble mind

Had formed to prayer the wish designed,
> Hast heard the secret sigh arise,
mf While, swift to aid, thy mercy flies,

3 Thy Spirit shall our heart prepare ;
Thine ear shall listen to our prayer:

Thou, righteous Judge! thou Power divine ! > On thee the fatherless recline. mf 4 The Lord shall save th' afflicted breast,

His arm shall vindicate the oppressed ;
Earth's mightiest tyrant feel his power,
Nor sin, nor Satan grieve them more.

10 SECOND PART. C. M. Burford. mp WHY doth the Lord depart so far,

And why conceal his face,
When great calamities appear,

And times of deep distress?
2 Lord, shall the wicked still deride

Thy justice and thy power?
Shall they advance their heads in pride,

And still thy saints devour?
mf 3 O God, arise-lift up thine hand,

Attend our humble cry:
mf No enemy shall dare to stand,

When God, our help, is nigh.
4 Thou wilt prepare our hearts to pray,

And lend thine ear to hear;
Accept the vows thy children pay,

And free thy saints from fear. 10 THIRD PART. C. M Litchfield

ARISE, O Lord-lift up thine hand,

And show to all mankind,
That in thy guidance and command

The poor shall safety find.
2 Thou dost ungodliness behold:

Oh then the humble bless!

And with thy sacred love infold Len The poor and fatherless.

3 God hears his humble followers' voice,

When offered up in prayer;
mf lle bids their thankful hearts rejoice,

Who to his house repair.
4 T'hose shall in peace and safety live,

Who love God's righteous laws;
To them he will protection give,

For ever, from their foes.


L. M.

Alfreton. God present to save his People. MYvefuge is the God of love:

Why do my foes insult and cry,

Pago. When, rising from the bed of death..

.Addison, 522 Wheu shall the voice of singing..

.Praul's Coll. 484 When sins and fears prevailing rise.

Steele. 410 When the great Judige, supreme and just..

Watts. 51 When thou, my righteous Judge, shalt.... Ovington's Coll. 522 When to his temple God descends..

451 When trouble fills my soul with grief. Wrangham. 72 When verdure clothes the fertile vale.....

Steele. 553 When we, our wearied limbs to rest.... Tale and Brariy. 229 When youth and age are snatched away.

.. Steele. 514 Whence do our mournful thoughts arise...

Watis. 391 Where'er, through all his works, we send. Turner. 250 Where is my Saviour now....

432 Where shall the man be found.....

... Watts. 81 Where shall we go to seek and find.

Watts. 222 While in the tender years of youth..

Pral's Coll. 503 While life prolongs its precious light.

.Dwight. 155 While my Reideerner's near...

75 While thee I seek, protecting Power.

Williams. 491 While with ceaseless course the sun.

Newton, 550 Who, but thou, Almighty Spirit.

Village Hymns. 467 Who, O Lord, when life is o'er.. .Spirit of the Psalms. 58 Who shall ascend the holy hill.

...Pratt's Coll, 76 Who shall ascend thy htavenly place.

Watts. 57 Who shall inhabit in thy hill...

.. Walls. 58 Who shall the Lord's elect condemn...

Watts. 320 Whom have we, Lord, in heaven but. Spirit of the Psalms. 141 Why did the nations join to slay...

Watts. 39 Why do we mourn departing friends..... .Doddridge. 544 Why doth the Lord depart so far...

Watts. 53 Why croops my soul, with grief oppressed ?.. .. Scott. 306 Why is my heart so far from thee.

Watts. 433 Why, on the bending willows hung.

Pratt's Coll. 230 Why should the children of a King..

Watts. 349 Why should thy face, where mercies dwell....Pratt's Coll. 103 Why should we start, and fear to die?.

Watts. 515 Why will ye waste on tritling cares.... ..Pratt's Coll. 353 Wile, ye heavenly gates, unfold..... Spirit of the Psalms. 78 With all my pwers of heart and tongue..

Watts. 231 With cheerful notes, let all the earth.....Tate and Brady. 197 With glory clad, with strength arrayed... Tate and Brady. 163 With grateful hearts, with joyful tongues.....Pratt's Coll. 535 With humble heart and tongue.

.Ficett. 219 With joy we hail the sacred day..... Spirit of the Psalms. 213 With joy we meditate the grace...

.. Watte. 294 With iny substance I will honor....

... Francis. 482 With my whole heart, l'll love thy name.....Praul's Coll. 62 With my whole heart, I'll raise my song..

Watia. 50 With my whole heart, I've sought thy face.. Watts. 208 With one consent, let all the earth..... Tate and Brady. 175 With reverence let the saints appear...

Watte. 157 With songs and honors sounding loud.............. Watts, 242 With tears of anguish I lament...

..Stennett. 373 Within thy house, O Lord our God.....Presbyterian Coll. 454 Worthy the Lamb of boundless sway......

Shirley. 325 YE angele, round the throne........................ Watts. 249

Page. Ye boundless realms of joy......... Tate and Brady. 244 Ye Christian beralds go, proclaim.

Pratt's Coll. 483 Ye dying sons of men.....

.Pratt's Coll. 361 Ye earthly vanities, depart.

Steele. 328 Ye humble souls, approach your God.. ...... Steele. 264 Ye men and angels, witness now... Pratt's Coll. 416 Ye messengers of Christ........

.Praul's Coll. 482 Ye mighty rulers of the land.....

Wrangham. 86 Y, nations round the earth, rejoice.....

Watts. 176 Ye saints and servants of the Lord....... Tare and Brady. 195 Ye servants of God, your Master proclaim....Prau's Coll. 165 Ye servants of the Lord....

.Prau's Coll. 396 Ye sinners, fear the Lord....

155 Ye sons of Adam, vain and young.......

.... Watts. 502 Ye sons of earth, arise....

.Pratt's Coll. 380 Ye sons of men, a feeble race..........

Watts, 102 Ye trembling captives, hear...

Prau's Coll. 356 Ye trembling souls, dismiss your fears.. ..Beddome. 496 Ye tribes of Adain, join.......

Watts. 244 Ye who in his courts are found..

.Pratt's Coll. 367 Ye wretched, hungry, starving poor....

... Steele. 363 Yes, I will bless thee, my God.. Heginbotham. 567 Yes, mighty Jesus, thou shalt reign.. .Pratt's Coll. 486 Yes, the Redeemer rose..

Doddridge. 309 Yes, there are joys that cannot die......

526 Yes, we'll record thy matchless love.... Union Coll. 444 Yes, we trust the day is breaking....

...Kelly. 480 Your harps, ye trembling saints..

Toplady. 393 ZION, awake I thy strength renew..... .Prau's Coll. 479

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