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By Mr. Henry PURCELL, Organist and
Composer to K. James II. K. William
O God, is holy:
14. Thou art the God that do'st Wonders. 15.
Thou hast mightily delivered thy people. 16. The waters saw thee, O GOD, the wa
ters saw thee, and were afraid : the
depths also were troubled. 17. The clouds poured out water, the air
thundered : and thine arrows went a
broad. 13: Thy way, O God,&
C. 18. The voice of thy thunder was heard
round about : the lightnings shone upon the ground, the earth was moved and Ihook withal.
14. Thou art the God that do'st wonders. 13. Thy way, O God, &c. Hallelujah.
LUKE II. 1.
Ehold, I bring you glad tidings of
great joy, which shall be to all people. 11. For unto you this day is born a Savi
our, which is CHRIST the LORD. 10. Glad tidings, which Ihall be to all
people. 14. Glory be to God on high, and on.
earth peace, good will towards men. Hallelujah.
PSA L. CVII. 23, 24 HEY that
down to the sea in ships : these men see the works of the LORD, and his wonders
in the deep. 25. For at his word the stormy wind ariseth: which lifteth
the waves thereof. 26. They are carried up to heaven, and
down again to the deep: their foul melt
eth away because of trouble. 27. They reel to and fro, and stagger like
a drunken man : and are at their wits end.
28. So when they cry unto the Lord in
their trouble : he delivereth them out of
their distress. 29. For he maketh the storm to cease : so
that the waves thereof are still. 30. Then are they glad, because they are
at rest : 'and so he bringeth them unto
the haven where they would be.
LORD for his goodness : and declare the
congregation of the people : and praise
him in the seat of the elders. 31. O praise the LORD, &c.
Solo. Y song shall be alway of the lov- Bass.
ing kindness of the LORD: with my mouth will I ever be shewing forth thy truth, from one generation to an
other. 5. O LORD, the very heavens shall praise
thy wondrous works : and thy truth in
the congregation of the saints. 6. For who is he
the clouds : that Thall be compared unto the LORD ?
7. And what is he among the Gods: that
shall be like unto the LORD ? 8. God is very greatly to be feared in the
council of the saints': and to be had in reverence of all them that are round about
him. Hallelujah. 9. O LORD God of hosts, who is like
unto thee? Thy truth, most mighty
LORD, is on every side. 10. Thou ruleft the raging of the sea : thou
stillest the waves thereof when they arise. 14. Thou hast a mighty arm : strong is thy
hand, and high is thy right hand. 15. Righteousness and equity are the habi
tation of thy seat : mercy and truth shall go before thy face. Hallelujah.
man goeth about to devour me: he
many against me, O thou most Highest. 3. Nevertheless though I am sometime a
fraid : yet put I my trust in thee. 4. I will praise God, because of his word:
I have put my trust in God, and will
not fear what flesh can do unto me. s. They daily mistake my words: all that
they imagine is to do me evil. 6. They hold all together, and keep them
selves close : and mark my steps, when they lay wait for
soul. 7. Shall they escape for their wickedness ?
Thou, O God, in thy displeasure Thalt
cast them down. 10. In God's word will I rejoice : in the
Lord's word will I comfort me.
will not be afraid what man can do unto
PSA L. CXXII.
We will go into the house of the LORD. 2. Our feet (hall stand in thy gates : 0 Fe-tenor.
rufalem. 3. Yerusalem is built as a city: that is at
unity in itself.
tribes of the Lord : to testify unto Il-