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By Dr. Benjamin Rogers, late Organist of Magdalen College, Oxon.
Eh old now praise the Lord:
2. Ye that by night do stand in the house of the Lord: Lift up your hands in the sanctuary: and praise the Lord.
The Lord that made heaven and earth: give thee blessing out of Sion. Hallelujah.
Psal. CXIX. Fifth Part.
EACH me, Olord, the way of thy statutes: and I shall keep it unto the end.
2. Give me understanding, and I shall keep thy law: yea, I shall keep it with my whole heart.
3. Make me to go in the path of thy commandments: for therein is my desire.
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4. Incline my heart unto thy testimonies:
and not to covetousness. 8. Behold, my delight is in thy commandments: O quicken me in thy righteousness.
By Mr. William Tucker, one of the Gentlemen of the Chapel to K. Charlest II. &e.
Give thanks unto the Lord, and call upon his Name: tell the people what things he hath done for us.
2. O let your songs be of him, and praise him: and let your talking be of all his wondrous works.
3. Rejoice in his holy Name: let the heart of them rejoice that seek the Lord.
By Dr. John Blow, Organist, Composer, and Master of the Children of the Chapel Royal to K. Charles II. K. James II. K. William and Q^Æne, and Organist of St. Peter's, Westminster.
Ps Al. XLVI. ,
1. O D is our hope and strength: a - VJ very present help in trouble.
2. Therefore will we not fear, though the earth be moved: and though the hills be carried into the midst of the sea.
3. Though the waters thereof rage and swell: and though the mountains shake at the tempest of the same.
5. God is in the midst of her, therefore shall she not be removed: God shall help her, therefore shall she not be removed.
t. Q* AVE me, O God: for the waters
K3 are come in, evert unto my foul. 3. I am weary of crying, my throat is dry: my sight faileth ,me, for waiting so long upon my God.
7. And why? For thy sake have I suffered reproof: shame hath covered my face.
10. I wept and chastned my soul with fasting: and that was turned to my reproof.
13. But, Lord, I make my prayer unto thee: in an acceptable time.
14. Hear me, O God, in the multitude of thy mercy: even in the truth of thy salvation, . .
1.' I ^HE Lord hear thee in the day
JL of trouble: the Name of the Go D of Jacob defend thee.
2. Send thee help from the sanctuary: and strengthen thee out of Sion.
3. Remember all thy offerings: and accept thy burnt-sacrifice.
4. Grant thee thy heart's desire: and fulfil all thy mind.
I. God, wherefore art thou absent V-/ from us so long: why is thy wrath so hot against the sheep of thy pasture?
2; O think upon thy congregation: whom thou hast purchased, and redeemed of old.
3. Think upon the tribe of thine inheritance: and mount Sion wherein thou hast dwelt.
1. O God, wherefore art thou, &c.
I.OING we merrily unto God our K3 strength: make a chearful noise unto the God of "Jacob.
2. Take the psalm, bring hither the tabret: the merry harp with the lute.
1. Sing we merrily, &c.
3. Blow up the trumpet in the new-moon: even in the time appointed, and upon our solemn feast-day.
4. For this was made a statute for Israel: and a law of the God of Jacob.
I, Sing we merrily, &c.
i. A /TY God, my God, look upon i.VX me, why hast thou forsaken me: and art so far from my health, and from the words of my complaint?