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4 Let heaven be glad, let earth rejoice,
Let ocean lift its roaring voice,

Proclaiming loud, " Jehovah reigns ;"
For jcy let fertile vallies fing,
And tuneful groves their tribute bring

To him, whose power the world suitains. 5 Come, the great day, the glorious hour, When earth shall own his fov'reign power,

And barb'rous nations fear his name ;
Then shall the universe confess
The beauty of his holiness,
And in his courts his grace proclaim.

Tate and WATTs, united and varied.
Pialm XCVII. Long Metre. [*]

Grace and Glory.
*H' Almighty reigns exalted high,

O'er all the earth, o'er all the lky;
Let the whole earth in fongs rejoice,

And hofts celestial join their voice.
2 Deep are his counsels and unknown,

But grace and truth support his throne ;
Though gloomy clouds his feet surround,

Justice is their eternal ground.
3 Ye, who confess his holy name,

Hate every work of fin and shame;
He guards the souls of all his friends,

And from the snares of hell defends. 4 Immortal light, and joys unknown

Are for the faints in darkness fown;
Those glorious feeds thall spring and rife,
And the bright harvest bless our cyes.

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5 Rejoice, ye righteous, and record

The sacred honours of the Lord;
None but the souls who taste his

grace Can triumph in his holiness,

WATTS.

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psalm XCVIII. Common Metre. [*]

Bleffings of the Meliab's Kingdom.
O our Almighty Maker, God,

New honours be address’d;
His great salvation fhines abroad,

And makes the nations blefs'd.
2 He spake the word to Abr'ham first,

His truth fulfils his grace;
The Gentiles make his name their trust,

And learn his righteousness.
3 Joy to the world! the Lord is come;

Let earth receive her king ;
Let ev'ry heart prepare him room,

And heaven and nature fing.
4 Joy to the world! her Saviour reigns;

Let men their fongs employ ; While lands and seas, rocks, hills and plains

Repeat the founding joy.
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No more let fin and sorrow grow,

Nor violence abound;
He comes to make his blessings flow,

Wherever man is found.
6 He rules the world with righteousness,

And makes the nations prove
The blessings of his truth and grace,
The wonders of his love.

WATTS

4 The pure, the faithful, and the just,

My favour shall enjoy ;
These are the friends that I will trust,

The fervants I'll employ.
5 The wretch that deals in fly deceit,

l'll not endure a night ; The liar's tongue l ever hate,

And banish from my sight. 6 I'll purge my family around,

And make the wicked flee;
So fhall my house be ever found
A dwelling fit for thee.

WATTS.

Psalm CII. First Part, C. M. (*

Prayer keard, and Zion restored.
ET Zion and her sons rejoice ;

Behold the promis'd hour !
Her God hath heard her mourning voice,

And will exalt his power.
2 Her duft and ruins that remain,

Are precious in our eyes ;
Those ruins thall be built again,

And all that dust shall rise.
3
The Lord will raise Jerusalem,

And stand in glory there;
Nations shall bow and own his name,

And worship in his fear.
4 He fits a sovereign on his throne,

With pity in his eyes;
He hears the dying prisoners groan,

And fees their wants arise.

And when like wand'ring sheep we stray'd,

He brought us to his fold again. 3 We are his people, we his care,

Our souls and all our mortal frame;
What lasting honours shall we rear,

Almighty Maker, to thy name!
4 We'll crowd thy gates with thankful fongs,
High as the heaven our voices raise ;
And earth, with her ten thousand tongues,
Shall fill thy courts with sounding praile.
$ Thou Lord art good, thou Lord art kind;
Great is thy grace, thy mercy sure ; ,
And the whole race of men shall find

Thy truth from age to age endure.
6 Wide as the world is thy command ;

Vast as eternity thy love :
Firm as a rock, thy truth shall stand,
When rolling years shall cease to move.

WATTS.

And pay

Plalm CI. Common Metre. [X or b]

A Pfalm for the Mofcr of a family.
O
F justice and of grace I fing,

to God my vows;
Thy grace and justice, heavenly King,

Teach me to rule my house. 2 Now to my tent, O God, repair,

And make thy servant wise ; I'll fuffer nothing near me there,

That shall oftend thine eyes.
3 The man who doth his neighbour wrong,

By falsehood or by force;
The scornful eye, the sland'rous tongue,
I'll drive them from my doors.

Disease and death, at his command,

Arrest us, and cut short our days. 2 Spare us, O Lord, aloud we pray,

Nor let our sun go down at noon ;
Thy years are one eternal day ;

And must thy people die fo foon?
3 Yet in the midst of death and grief,

This tho't our forrow shall affuage ;
Our Father and our Saviour live,

Christ is the same thro' ev'ry age.
4 'Twas he this earth's foundation laid,

Heav'n is the building of his hand;
This earth grows old, these heavens shall fade,

And all be chang'd at his command. 5 The statry.curtains of the sky

Like garments shall be laid aside;
But still thy throne stands firm and high,

Thy church forever muft abide.
6 Before thy face, thy church shall live,

And on thy throne thy children reiga;
This dying world shall they survive,
And the dead faints be rais'd again.

WATTS.

Psalm CIII. First Part. L. M.

Praise to God for bis Goodness.

[*]

Call home thy tho'ts that rovę abroad; Let all the powers within me join,

In work and worship sa divine. 2 Bless, O my soul, the Gud of grace,

His favours claim thy highest praise į

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