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24. f I' * HIS is the day which the Lord JL hath made: we will rejoice and be glad in it. Hallelujah.
23. rTpRY me, O God, and seek the
X- ground of my heart: prove me, and examine" my thoughts.
24. Look well if there be any way of wickedness in me: and lead me in the way everlasting.
i. T T EAR my Prayer, O Lord : and X X let my crying come unto thee.
2. Hide not thy face from me in the time of my trouble : incline thine ear unto me, when I call ; O hear me, and that
: right soon.
5. f^OT) is gone up with a merry noise: V_X and the Lord with the sound of 'the trumpet.
6. O sing
6. O sing praises, sing praises unto our God: O sing praises, sing praises unto our King.
7. For God is the King of all the earth: sing ye praises with understanding.
1. QJING praises to the Lord, O ye O saints of his : and give thanks to him for a remembrance of his holiness.
r. For his wrath endures but for a moment, and in his favour is life: heaviness may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning.
By Mr. John Weldon, Organist anÆ Composer to Q^Anne, K. George I. and to his present Majesty; also Organist of St. Martin's in the Fields, and St. Bride's, London.
Ps Al. XXXI.
N thee, O Lord, have I put my trust: let me never bo put to confusion, deliver me in thy righteousness; > i
K 3 2. Bow
2 . Bow down thine ear to me : make haste to deliver me.
3. And be thou my strong rock, and house of my defence: that thou mayest save me..
4. Be thou also .my guide, and lead me for thy Name's fake.
£, Praw me out of the net that they have laid privily for me: for thou art my God.
6. Into thy hands I commend my spirit: for thou hast redeemed me, O Lord, thou Gon of truth.
From the Commination-service.
TEPR N> thou. u$j O good toRQ, and fb shall we be turned. B© favourable, O toRD, be favourable to thy people, who turn to thee in weeping, fasting, and praying. For thou art a merciful God, full of compassion^ long-suffering, and of great pity, Thou sparest when we deserve punishment,, and in tby wrath thinkest upon mercy. Spare thy people-^ good Jlord, spare them, and let not thine heritage be brought to confusion. Hear us,
O L6RD, for thy mercy is great, and aster the multitude of thy mercies look upon us, through the merits and mediation of thy blessed Son Jesus Christ our Lord.
T. T T E A R my crying, O God : give A JL ear unto my prayer.
2. From the ends of the earth will I call upon thee: when my heart is in heaviness.
3. O set me up upon the rock that is higher than i: for thou hast been my hope, and a strong tower for me against the enemy.
4. I will dwell in tlrjr tabernacle for ever: and my trust shall be under the covering of thy wings.
5. For thou, O Lord, hast heard my desire: and hist given an heritage unto those that fear thy Name. Amen.
Ps Al. XIX.
12. \\ 7 H O can tell how oft he offendV V eth? O cleanse thou me from my secret faults.
K 4 13. Keep
13. Keep thy servant from presumptuous fins, lest they get the dominion over me: so shall I be undenled and innocent from the great offence.
14. Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart: be always acceptable in thy fight,
15. O Lord, my strength and my Redeemer.
By Mr. John Church, one of the Gentlemen of the Chapel Royal to K. William and Q. Mary, Q^Anne, K. George I. and to his present Majesty; Master of the Children, and one of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter, Westminster.
Ps Al. CXIX. the 1 %th Part.
Righteous art thou, O Lord: and true is thy judgment.
2. The testimonies that thou hast commanded: are exceeding righteous and true.
7. Trouble arid heaviness have taken hold upon me : yet is my delight in thy commandments.
8. The righteousness of thy testimonies is everlasting: O grant me understanding, and J shall live. Ps Al.