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He that goeth on his way weeping,
And beareth | precious | seed,
Shall doubtless come again with re 1 joicing,
and bring his / sheaves with him.
Psalms CXXXI. 1,2. CXXX. 3,4,7. CXXVI. 5,6,


BEHOLD, how good and how | pleasant it is
For brethren to 1 dwell to I gether in , unity!
As the dew. of Hermon,
As that which descended upon the / moun | tains of |

For there the Lord com | manded the blessing,
Even | life for ever | more.

Psalm CXXXIII. 1, 3.

OH GIVE thanks unto the Lord : for I he is 1 good :
For his , mercy en dureth for ever.
Oh give thanks unto the God of | gods;
For his / mercy en | dureth for ever.
Oh give thanks to the Lord of lords:
For his | mercy en / dureth for | ever.
To him who alone doeth great wonders:
For his , mercy en dureth for ever.
To him that hy wisdom made the heavens :
For lis | mercy on dureth for cver..

waters :

To him that stretched out the earth a 1 bove the
For his | mercy en | dureth for ever:
To him that made great | lights:
For his / mercy en l dureth for ever:
The sun to l rule by 1 day:
For his mercy endureth for ever.
The moon and stars to | rule by | night :
For his mercy endureth for evet.
To him that smote Egypt | in their | firstborn:
For his mercy endureth for ever.
And brought out Israel | from among them :
For his mercy en dureth for evet:
With a strong hand, and with a stretched out | arm:
For his mercy en důreth fof | ever.
To him which divided the Red sea | ihto | paris;
For his | mercy en dureth for ever.
And made Israel to pass through the 1 midst of it:
For his | mercy en 1 dureth for ever.
But overthrew Pharaoh and his host in the | Red I sea :
For his mercy en du reth for ever.
To him which led his people through the I wilder-

ness :

For his mercy endureth for ever.
Who remembered us in our | low és | tate :
For his | mercy en dureth for I ever.
And hath redeemed us | from our | enemies ;
For his | mercy en | dureth for ever.

Who giveth food | to all | flesh;
For his | mercy en l dureth for ever.
Oh give thanks unto the God of | heaven :
For bis | mercy en / dureth for I ever.

PSALM CXXXVI. 1-16,23–26.

44. I WILL praise thee with my whole heart, Before the gods will I sing | praise , unto | thee. I will worship towards thy holy temple, and praise

thy name for thy lovingkindness and for thy!

truth, For thou hast magnified thy name above all others,

by thy | word. In the day when I cried, I thou | answeredst me, And strengthenedst me with | strength / in my | soul. All the kings of the earth shall praise thee, O Lord, When they hear the words of thy | mouth. Yea, they shall sing in the ways of the Lord ; For great is the glory of the Lord. Though the Lord be high, yet hath he respect un | to

the lowly ; But the proúd he | knoweth | afar | off. Though I walk in the 1 midst of trouble, Thou | : : | wilt re | vive me : Thou wilt stretch forth thine hand against the

wrath of mine enemies, And thy right hand shall save me.

The Lord will perfect that which con / cerneth me : Thy mercy, O Lord, en dur eth for ever :

Forsake not
The works of thine own hands.



01.. Lord, Thou hast | searched | me, and I known me. Thou knowest my downsitting and mine up!

rising ; Thou understandest my I thoughts | afar | off. Thou compassest my path, and my | lying | down; And art acquainted with all my ways. For there is not a word in my | tongue, But lo! O God, thou knowest it altogether.

Thou hast beset me be hind and be | fore,
And | laid thiine | hand up on me,
Such knowledge is too wonderful for me;
It is high, I | cannot at | tain un | to it.
Whither shall I go | from thy | spirit ;
Or whither shall I flee from thy presence !
If I ascend up into heaven, | thou art | there :
If I make my bed in the grave, behold, thou art !


If I take the wings of the morning,
And dwell in the uttermost | parts of the I sea,
Even therf. shall thy | hand | lead me,
And thy right hand shall hold me.

If I say, Surely the darkness shall | cover me,
Even ine | night shall be I light a f bout me.

Vea, the darkness hideth not from thee, but the night

shineth | as the day: The darkness and the light are i both a | like to thee.

Il · will | praise thee,
For I am fearfully and wonder | fully | made.
Marvelous | are thy works ;
And that my soul | knoweth right | well.
How precious are thy thoughts un to me, O God;
Ilow , great | is the sum of them!
If I should count them, they are more in number |

than the sand ;
When I awake, I am I still with thee.

Search me, o God; and I know my heart ;
Try me, and know my thoughts;
And see if there be any wickéd | way I in me;
And lead me in the way | ever | lasting.

PSALM CXXXIX. 1-12,14,17,18,23,24.


I WILL extol thee, my God, o king:
And I will bless thy name for ever and I ever.
Every dav I will I s bless thee;
And I will praise thy | name for ever and ever.
Great is the Lord, and greatly I to be praised,
And his greatness / is un I searchable.
One generation shall praise thy name to anotherz
And shall declare thy I mighty | acts.
I will speak of the glorious linnour | of thy | majestys'
And l of thy / wondrous | works.

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