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2. O God, my God, I cry'd unto thee in the day time, and thou heardest not: and in the night season also, I take no rest.
3. And thou eontinuest holy: O thou worship of Israel:
I. My God, &c.
By Mr. Henry Purcell, Organist and Composer to K. James II. K. William and Q^Mary, and Organist of St. Peter's, Westminster.
Ps Al. LXIII.
God, thou art my God: early will I seek thee.
2. My soul thirsteth for thee, my flesh also longeth aster thee: in a barren and dry land, where no water is.
Thus have I looked for thee in holiness: that I might behold thy power and glory.
A7 For thy loving-kindness is better than life itself: my lips shall praise thee.
5. As long as I live will I magnify thee on this manner: and lift up my hands in thy Name.
8. Because thou hast been my helper: therefore under the shadow of thy wings will I rejoice.
1, God, thou hast cast us out, and V_y scatter'd us abroad: thou hast also been displeased, O turn thee unto us again.
2. Thou hast moved the land, and divided it: heal the sores thereof, for it shaketh.
11. O be thou our help in trouble: for vain is the help of man.
12. Through God will.we do great acts: and it is he that (hall tread down our enemies.
; Raise the Lord, O "Jerusalem: praise thy God, O Sion. i
Isa. xlix. 2 3. For kings shall be thy nursing fathers: and queens thy nursing mothers. Ps. xlviii. 7. As we have heard, so have we seen in the city of our God, even the city os the Lord of hosts. Ps. xxi. 13. Be thou exalted, Lord, in thine own strength: so will we sing and praise thy power. Hallelujah.
By the Reverend Dr. Aldrich, late Dean of Christ Churchy Oxon.
J. W* ffpIS Y the waters of Babylon we sat down and wept: when we remembred thee, O Sion. 2. As for our harps, we hanged them up: upon the trees that are therein.
3. For they that led us away captive, required of us then a song: sing us one of the songs of Sion.
4. How shall we sing the Lord's song: in a strange land?
5. If I forget thee, O Jerusalem: let my right hand forget her cunning.
6. If I do not remember thee, let my tongue cleave to the roof of my mouth: yea, if I prefer not Jerusalem in my mirth.
l. f~\ Give thanks unto the Lord, for \_S he is gracious: and his mercy endureth for ever. Hallelujah.
have I called unto Lord, hear my
voice. 2. O let thine ear consider well; the voice
of my complaint. 3.. For if thou, Lord,• wilf be extreme to
mark what is done amiss: O Lor D, who
may abide it?' 4. For there is mercy with tjiee: therefore
shalt thou be feared.
JlteredfromanJj^T'R-E.ia. of Mr. LawV.
1. "^T^T unto us, O Lord, not unto •L ^1 us, but to thy Name give the praise:
For thou art faithful in all thy works, and just in all thy ways. Hallelujah.