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By Mr. WILLIAM Boyce, Composer to
his Majesty, and Organist of St. Micha-
Twa Cried unto the LORD with
Two voice: yea, even unto the I
Contre. Lord did I make my suppli-tenors, RSS cation. 2. I poured out my complaints before him:
and shewed him of my trouble.
heart is vexed, I will complain. 6. I call to remembrance my song: and in
the night I commune with mine own
heart, and search out my spirits. 7
Will the LORD absent himself for ever:
and will he be no more intreated ? II. I will remember the works of the LORD:
and call to mind thy wonders of old time. 12. I will think also of all thy works : and
my talking shall be of thy doings. 13. Thy way, O God, is holy: who is so
great a Gov, as our God?
and mercy: long-suffering and of
children; even fo is the LORD merciful
unto them that fear him.
heaven: and his kingdom ruleth over all.
ye that excel in ftrength: ye that fulfil
his hosts : ye servants of his that do his pleasure. Amen.
Ble liebes the hath great delight in
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Lessed is the man that feareth the
generation of the faithful shall be blessed.
house: and his righteousness endureth for
6. He shall never be moved : the righteous
shall be had in everlasting remembrance. 7.
He will not be afraid of any evil tidings:
Solo. IVE unto the LORD, Oye migh-Tenor.
ty: give unto the LORD glory and strength. 2. Give the LORD the honour due unto his
Name: worship the LORD with holy
It is the LORD that commandeth the wa-
voice of the LORD is full of majesty. 10. He shall give strength unto his people :
and the blessing of peace. 9. The LORD remaineth a King for ever.
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ye saints of his give thanks unto him Bass,
Tenor, for a remembrance of his holiness.
He loveth righteousness and judgment: the earth is full of the good
ness of the LORD. Psal. xcvi. 8. Afcribe unto the LORD the
honour due unto his name: bring pre
sents, and come into his courts. Psal. xviii. 31. For who is God, but the
LORD: or who hath any strength except
our God? Psal. cxiii. 4. The LORD is high above
all people : and his glory above the hea
vens., PsAL. xxxii. 12. Be glad, Oye righteous,
and rejoice in the LORD: be joyful, all ye that are true of heart. Hallelujah.
name: be telling of his falvation
thily be praised: he is more to be fear
ed than all Gods. 6. Glory and worship are before him: pow
er and honour are in his fanctuary. 11. Let the heavens rejoice, and let the
earth be glad: let the fea make a noise, and all that therein is.
13. For he cometh to judge the world with
righteousness; and the people with his
LORD is King: and that he shall judge
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on glorious apparel; the LORD
self with strength.
that it cannot be moved.
Ever since the world began, hath thy
have lift up their voice: the floods lift up
5. The waves of the sea are mighty, and rage
horribly: but yet the LORD, who dwell
eth on high, is mightier.
sure: holiness becometh thine house for