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Will call

upon the LORD, which is
worthy to be praised : fò shall I be
safe from mine enemies.

trouble I will call upon the LORD, and complain unto my God. 6. So shall he hear my voice out of his

holy temple: and my complaint shall

come before him, it shall enter ev'n into 47. The Lord liveth, and blessed be my strong helper : and praised be the God my

By Dr. MAURICE Greene, Organist and

Composer to his Majesty ; Master of his
Majesty's Band of Musick, Organist of
St. Paul's Cathedral, and Professor of
Musick to the University of Cambridge.

Psal. XCVI.
Sing unto the LORD a new
song : fing unto the LORD

2. Sing unto the Lord, and praise his Name : be telling of his salvation from day to day.

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Declare his honour unto the heathen:

and his wonders unto all people.
4. For the Lord is great, and cannot wor-

thily be praised : he is more to be fear'd

than all Gods.
6. Glory and worship are before him :

power and honour are in his fanctuary.


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Ow down thine ear, O LORD, and

hear me : for I am poor and in
2. Preserve thou my soul, for I am holy:

my God, save thy servant that putteth

his trust in thee. 3.

Be merciful unto me, O God: for I will

call daily upon thee.
4. Comfort the soul of thy fervant : for

unto thee, O LORD, do I lift up my
foul. Amen.

Psal. XXXIX.


5. ORD, let me know my end, and

the number of my days : that I
may be certified how long I have to live.
6. Thou hast made my days as it were a

span long : and mine age is even as no-
thing in respect of thee, and verily every
man living is altogether vanity. 7. For


For man walketh in a vain shadow, and disquieteth himself in vain : he heapeth up riches, and cannot tell who shall gather

them. 8. And now, LORD, what is my hope : tru

ly my hope is even in thee. 13. Hear my prayer, O LORD, and with

thine ears consider my calling: hold not

thy peace at my tears. 15. O spare me a little, that I

may recover my strength : before I go hence, and be no more feen.


Part of the CXIX. Psalm. Twenty fixth Day, Evening Prayer. Call with my whole heart: hear me,

O LORD, and I will keep thy statutes. 2. Yea, even unto thee do I call : help me,

and I shall keep thy testimonies. 3. Early in the morning do I cry unto thee:

for in thy word is my trust.


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Psal. CXLII.
Cried unto the LORD with my voice :

yea, unto the LORD did I make my fupplication. Tv:') 2. I poured out my complaints before him : and Thewed him my trouble."


23. TRY

RY me, O God, and seek the

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 Have longed for thy, faving health,

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The three last Verses of the CXIX. PSALM. 6.



delight. 7. O let my soul live, and it shall praise

thee : and thy judgments shall help me. 8. I have gone astray like a sheep that is loft:: . O seek thy servant, for I do not forget thy commandments.

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I 2.

Loday is that we may apply our

ORD, teach us to number our

days : that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom. 13. Turn thee again, O LORD, at the

laft : and be gracious unto thy servants. 14. O satisfy us with thy mercy, and that : foon : fó Thall we rejoice and be glad

all the days of our life. PSAL.

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RAISE the LORD, ye servants :

O praise the name of the LORD. 2. Blessed be the name of the LORD : from

this time forth for evermore. 3. The Lord's name is praised : from the

rising up of the sun unto the going down

of the same. 4.

The Lord is high above all heathen : and his glory above the heavens.


Will sing of thy power,

O God, and will praise thy mercy

betimes in the morning : for thou hast been my refuge in the day of


trouble. 17. Unto thee, O my strength, will I fing:

for thou, O God, art my refuge, and my

merciful God. Psal. lx. 12. Through God will we do

great acts : for it is he that shall tread down our enemies.

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