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By Dr. WILLIAM CROFT, Organist, Com
poser, and Master of the Children of the
Vietary at Audenarde) August 19, 1708.
2. My soul fhall make her boast in the. LORD: the humble shall
hear thereof and be glad. 3: O praise the LORD with me: and let us
magnify his Name together.' 4. I sought the LORD, and he heard me :
yea, he delivered me out of all my fear. 7 The Angel of the LORD tarrieth round
about them that fear him, and delivereth
them. !. I will alway, &c. Hallelujah.
34. “And so shall
PSAL. CIV. 33. Will fing unto the LORD as long as
I live: I will praise my God while I have my being.
words please him : my joy shall be in the LORD. 33. I will fing, &c. 35. As for finners, they shall be consumed
out of the earth, and the ungodly shall come to an end : but praise thou the
LORD, O my soul, praise the Lord.
I will fing, &c.
that is within
not all his benefits; 3. Who forgiveth all thy fin : and healeth - all thine infirmities ; 4. Who saveth thy life from destruction:
and crowneth thee with mercy and lov. ing kindness.
20, O praise
20. O praise the LORD, ye Angels of his,
ye that excel in strength : ye that fulfil his commandment, and hearken unto the
voice of his words. 21. O praise the LORD, all
his hosts : ye servants of his that do his pleasure. 22. O speak good of the LORD, all ye
works of his, in all places of his domi-
Voices. 16. Lessed is the people, O LORD,
Bass, that can rejoice in thee ; they
Tenor, shall walk in the light of thy counte
nance, 17. Their delight shall be daily in thy
Name : and in thy righteousness shall
they make their boast. 18. For thou art the glory of their strength :
and in thy loving kindness thou shalt lift
up our horns.
19. For the LORD is our defence : the ho.
ly One of Israel is our King. Hallelu-
· Threr Voices.
, have cried day and night before Tenor,
thee : tenor.
thee : 0 let my prayer enter into thy presence ; incline thine ear unto my call
ing. 2. For my soul is full of trouble: my life
draweth nigh unto hell. 5. Thou hast laid me in the lowest pit : in
a place of darkness, and in the deep. 6. Thine indignation lieth hard upon me :
and thou hast vexed me with all thy
trouble : LORD, I have called daily upon thee, I have
stretched out my hands unto thee. 10. Dost thou shew wonders among the
dead: or shall the dead rise up again and
praise thee ! 13 Unto thee have I cried, O LORD: and
early shall my prayer come before thee.
PSA L. CXXX.
UT of the deep have I called unto thee, O LORD : LORD,
my voice. 2. O let thine ear consider well : the voice
of my complaint. 3. If thou, LORD, wilt be extream to mark
what is done amiss : O LORD, who may abide it?
4. For there is mercy with thee : therefore
shalt thou be feared. 5. I look for the LORD, my soul doth wait for him; in his word is.
trust. 6. My soul fleeth unto the LORD : before
the morning watch, I say, before the
morning watch. 7. Q Ifrael, trust in the LORD, for with the
LORD there is mercy : and with him is
plenteous redemption. 8. And he shall redeem Ifrael : from all
his fin. 7. O Israel, &c.
that therein is : the
and prepared it upon the floods. 3. Who shall ascend into the hill of the
LORD: or who shall rise up in his holy
place! 4. Even he that hath clean hands, and a pure heart : that hath not lift
his mind unto vanity, nor sworn to deceive his neighbour.