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And men shall speak of the might of thy | terrible

acts : And I will de clare thy I greatness.

They shall abundantly utter the memory of thy

great goodness,
And shall sing of thy l righteousness.
The Lord is gracious, and | full of com | passion ;
Slow to anger | and of great | mercy.

The Lord is 1 good to all :
And his tender mercies are / over all bis / works
All thy works shall prạise / thee, O Lord;
And l • thy | saints shall bless thee.

They shall speak of the glory 1 of thy | kingdom,
And talk of thy / power ;
To make known to the sons of men his I mighty | acts,
And the glorious | majesty of his į kingdom.

Thy kingdom is an everlasting kingdom,
And thy dominion endureth through | out all

generations. The Lord upholdeth | all that I fall, and raiseth up all those that are bowed | down,

The eyes of all | wait upon | thee;
And thou givest them their | neat in due | seasing
Thou | openest thine | hand,
And satistiest the desire of every living thing.

The Lord is righteous in all his ways,
Aud i holy in all his works.
The bird is nigh unto all them thar I call up ! on him,
to all that call upon him in ruth.

He will fulfil the desire of them that | fear him!,
kle also will hear their | cry, I and will save them.
My mouth shall speak the praise of the Lord :
And let all flesh bless his huly | name for ever

and | eyer.



PRAISE | ye the Lord. * Praise the Lord | O my soul. While I live will I praise the Lord : I will sing praises unto my God | while I have my |


Put not your | trust in | princes,
Nor in the son of man, in whom there is no I help,
His breath goeth furth, he returneth | to his earth;
In that very day his thoughts | perish.
Happy is he that hath the God of Jacob / for his !

Whose hope is in the Lord his God :
Who made | heaven and I earth,
The sea, and all that therein | is:
Who keepeth | truth for 1 ever :
Who executeth | judgment | for the oppressed :
Who giveth food to the hungry.
The Lord | looseth the prisoners :
The Lord openeth the eyes of the blind :
The Lord raiseth | them that are | bowed | down;
The Lord | loveth the l righteous :
The Lord preserveth the strangers:

He relieveth the fatherless, and the widow :
But the way if the wicked he turneth upside |

The Lord shall | reign for ever,
Even thy God, o Zion, | unto | ail gener | ations,



PRAISE ve the Lord; for it is good to sing praires'

un | to our God :
For it is pleasant and I praise is ( comely.
The Lord doth i build up Je | rusalem:
He gathereth together the outcasts of Israel.

He healeth the broken in heart,
And i bindeth | up their wounds.
He telleth the number l of the stars :
He calleth them all | by their names.
Great is our Lord, and of great | power':
His | understanding is infinite.
The Lord lifreih | up the , meek :
He casteth the wicked down to the ground,
Sing unto the Lord with thaaks giving :
Sing praise upon the harp un ļ to our God:
Who covereth the heavens with clouds, who prepar-

eth | rain for the earth,
Who maketh grąss to l grow up on the ( mountains.
He giveth to the beast his foed,
And to the young ! ra / vens which I cry.
He delighteth not in the strength of the horse :
He taketh not pleasure in the swiftness of man,

Praise · thy | God, o 7 Tusalem;
The Lord taketh pleasure in them that I fear him,
In those ( mercy :
Praise Je

I - , Zion.
For he hath strengthened the 1 bars of thy / gates;
He hath | blessed thy children with | in thee.
He maketh | peace in thy | borders,
And filleth thee with the finest of the / wheat.
He sendeth forth lis commandment | upon / earth :
His word runneth very swiftly.
He giveth | snow like | wool:
He scattereth the hoar | frost like ashes.

He casteth forth his | ice like | morsels :
Who can I stand be | fore his cold ?
He sendeth out his word, and | melteth | them :
He causeth the wind to l blow, and the waters


He showeth his word unto Jacob,
His statutes and his I judgments | unto | Israel.
lle hath not dealt so with / any | nation :
And as for his judgments, I they I have not known




PRAISE ye the Lord | from the heavc13 :
Praise him in the heights.
Praise ve him, I all his , anels:
I'raisc i se him, i all his | 1:01s.

Praise ye him, sun and | moon : Praise him, | all ye | stars of | light. Praise him, ye | heaven of heavens : And ye waters that | are above the heavens. Let these praise the name of the Lord : For he com | manded, and they were cre | ated. He hath also established them for ever and ever : He hath made à de cree which I shall not pass. Praise the Lord | from the earth, Ye | dragons | and all | deeps : Fire and hail, | snow and | vapours : Stormy | wind, ful | filling his word, Mountains, | and all | hills : Fruitful | trees, and all | cedars : Beasts, and all cattle: Creeping things and flying | fowl. Kings of the earth, 1 and all | people: Princes, and all | judges of the earth : Both young | men and maidens: Old | : : | men and children. Let these praise the name of the Lord ; For his name a lone is excellent. His glory is above the earth and heaven. Praise - - 1 ye the Lord.

Psalm CXLVIII.1-13.


SING unto the Lord | a new song,
And his praise in the congregation of saints.

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