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LX. v. 18. Violence shall no more be heard in thy land, wasting nor destruction within thy borders; but thou shalt call thy walls Salvation, and thy gates Praise.
Ezek. XXXVII. v. 22. For the Lord will make them one nation in the land upon the mountains of Israel, and they shall have one shepherd: and my servant David shall be their king for ever.
Isaiah XLIV. V. 23. Sing, O heavens, for the Lord hath performed it: shout ye lower parts of the earth: break forth into singing, ye mountains j for the Lord hath redeemed Jacob\ and glorified himself in Israel.
Psal. CXVIII. v. 25. This is the day , which the Lord hath made: we will rejoice and be glad in it.
Sett. PSAl. LIX.
16. A S for me, I will sing of thy powii er, and will praise thy mercy betimes in the morning: for thou hast been my defence and refuge in the day of my trouble.
17. Unto thee, O my strength, will I sing: for thou, O God, art my refuge, and my merciful God. Hallelujah.
Ps Al. XVIII.
I. T Will love thee, Olord, my strength: rdces' JL the Lord is my stony rock, and my5^' defence; the Lord is my Saviour, thecJ^' Lord is my God, the Lord is my tenor. might, in whom I will trust.
17. He hath delivered me from my strongest enemy: and from them that hate me.
50. For this cause will I give thanks: and sing praises unto thy Name.
3 9. He hath girded me with strength unto the battle: he hath thrown down mine enemies under me.
ci. Great prosperity giveth he unto,his people: and fheweth loving kindness unto David his anointed for evermore.
50. For this cause, ©V.
By Dr. Thomas Tudway, Composer and Organist extraordinary to Q. Anney and late Organist to King's College, Cambridge, and Professor of Mustek to the University of Cambridge,
Will sing unto the Lord; for he hath triumphed gloriously; the horse and his rider he hath tenor. jffiw\BTW» thrown into the sea.
2. The Lord is my strength and my song:
and he is become my salvation. 6. Thy right hand, O Lord, is become glorious in power: thy right hand, O Lord, hath dasli'd in pieces the enemy. II. Who is like unto thee, O Lord, amongst the Gods? who is like unto thee, glorious in holiness, fearful in praises, doing wonders? 18. The Lor D shall reign for ever and ever. 21. Sing ye to the Lord, for he hath triumphed gloriously.
By the Reverend Dr. Aldrich, late Dean of Christ-Churcb, Oxon. Part of it altered from the Italian of ClariJJimi.
PSAL. LXXII. Sol,.
IVE the king thy judgments> BassO God: and thy righteousness to the king's son. 2. Then /hall he judge the people according unto right: and defend the poor.
3. The mountains also shall bring peace: and the little hills righteousness.
4. He shall preserve the simple people by their right: defend the children of the poor, and punish the wrong doer.
1. Give the king thy judgments, &c.
6. He shall descend like the rain into a fleece of wool: ev'n as the drops that water the earth.
7. In his time (hall the righteous flourish: and abundance of peace, so long as the moon endureth.
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8. His dominion shall be also from the one
By Mr. John Goldwin, Organist of St.
ONDER my words, O Lord: consider my meditation.
2. O hearken thou unto the voice of my calling, my King and my God: for unto thee will I make my prayer.
My voice shalt thou hear betimes, O
, For thou art the God that hast no plea-