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3 I told nim all my silent grief,
My secret groaning reached his ears;
He gave my inward pains relief,
4 His holy angels pitch their tents
Around the men who serve the Lord ; mf Oh fear and love him, all his saints,
Accept his grace-and trust his word.
34 SECOND PART. C. M. Corinth.
I'LL bless the Lord from day to day;
How good are all his ways!
Come help my lips to praise.
In deep distress I cried;
Nor was my suit denied. р
3 I told the Lord my sore distress,
With heavy groans and tears ;
And silenced all my sears.
Come learn his pleasant ways,
The sweetness of his grace.
His eye regards the just :
Who make the Lord their trust!
34 THIRD PART. C. M. St. Martin s.
Trusting and Praising God.
In trouble, and in joy,
My heart and tongue employ.
Till all that are distressed,
And charm their griefs to rest.
3 Oh! magnify the Lord with me,
With me exalt his name;
He to my rescue came.
The dwellings of the just;
Who on his succor trust.
Experience will decide
Who in his truth confide.
Have nothing else to fear;
He'll make your wants his care.
34 FOURTH PART. C. M. Dedham.
THEE will I bless, O Lord, my God,
To thee my voice I'll raise,
And daily sing thy praise.
His wondrous acts proclaim;
And magnify his name.
When I implored his grace ;
And joy beamed o'er my face.
Ye, who on him rely;
And strengthening aid supply.
8.7. & 4. Tamworth.
Object of his endless favor,
Those who hate him
Ye, who in his name delight:
Bids him all nis honors share:
FIRST Part. L. M. St. Paul's.
Immutable Perfections and Glory of God.
Thy goo Iness in full glory shines;
That veils thy just and wise designs.
As mountains their foundations keep;
Thy judgments are a mighty deep.
Whence all our hope and comfort springs;
Fly to the shadow of thy wings.
We shall be fed with sweet repast;
And brings salvation to our taste. mf 5 Life, like a fountain, rich and free,
Springs from the presence of my Lord;
The glories promised in thy word.
36 SECOND PART. L. M. Hague.
O LORD, thy mercy, my sure hope,
The highest orb of heaven transcends;
Beyond the spreading skies extends.
How deep, great God, thy judgments are:
The whole creation is thy care.
3 With thee the springs of lise remain, mf Thy presence is eternal day ;Aff Oh let thy saints thy favor gain ! mf To upright hearts truth dis play. 36 THIRD PART. C. M. St. Ann's.
ABOVE these heavens' created rounds
Thy mercies, Lord, extend;
Where time and nature end.
Though mountains melt away ;
A deep, unfathomed sea.
And death close up our eyes;
Where clouds can never rise. 36 FOURTH PART. S. M. Olmutz mp SURE there's a dreadful God,
Though men renounce his fear;
Shall one great day appear. mf 2 His truth transcends the sky,
In heaven his mercies dwell 3
His anger burns to hell. mf 3 How excellent his love,
Whence all our safety springs ! Af Oh never let my soul remove
From underneath his wings.
FIRST PART. C. M.
God the Guardian of the Pious.
And he'll provide me food.
And cheerful wait his will;
Shall my desires fulfil.
And make thy judginents known, mf Fair as the light of dawning day,
And glorious as the noon.
And are the heirs of heaven;
To humble souls are given.
Second Part. C. M. Arlington.
mp MY God, the steps of pious men
Are ordered by thy will;
Thy hand supports them still.
Their virtue he approves;
Nor leave the men he loves.
Nor fear when tyrants frown;
When justice casts them down.
His several steps attend
True pleasure runs through all his ways, Len And peaceful is his end