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4. T* ORD, what is man, that thou art
A J mindful of him i"-. or the son of
man, that thou vifitest Mm?;
5. Thou madest him lower than the angels: to crown him with glory and worship.
6. Thou makest him to have dominion of the works of thy hands: and thou hast put all things in subjection under his feet; - .' I : ' -
g. O Lord our governor: how excellent is thy Name in all the worlds '- ..
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9. X Have set God always before me: JL for he is on my right hand, therefore I shall not fall.
10. Wherefore my heart was glad, and my glory rejoiced: my flesh also shall rest in hope.
11. For why? thou shalt not leave my soul in hell: neither shalt thou suffer thy holy One to see corruption.
12. Thou shalt shew me the path os life: in thy presence is the fulness of joy:
and and at thy right hand there is pleasure for evermore.
THE Lord is my light, and my Voices. salvation: whom then (hall I „ r fear: the Lord is the strength of my c0ntralife; of whom then mall I be afraid? tenorThough an host of men were laid against me, yet shall not my heart be afraid: and though there rose up war against me, yet will I put my trust in him. . One thing have I desired of the Lord, which I will require: even that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, to behold the fair beauty of the Lord, and to visit his temple. . For in the time of trouble he shall hide me in his tabernacle: yea, in the secret place of his dwelling shall he hide me, and set me up upon a rock of stone. . . . And now shall he lift up mine head:
above mine enemies round about me. . Therefore will I sing, and speak praises unto the Lord. ;'
PRAISE the Lord, ye servants: O praise the Name of the Lord. Blessed be the name of the Lord: from this time forth for evermore. The Lord's name is praised: from the rising up of the sun, unto the going down of the same.
The Lord is high above all heathen: and his glory above the heavens. Who is like unto the Lord our God, that hath his dwelling so high: and yet humbleth himself to behold the things that are in heaven and earth? Praise the Lord, ye servants: O praise the name of the Lord. Amen,
OSing unto the Lord a new song: let the congregation of saints praise
Let Israel rejoice in him that made him: and let the children os Sion be joyful in their King.
For the Lord hath pleasure in his people: and helpeth the meek-hearted. Let the saints be joyful with glory. Let the praises of God be in their mouth. Ps. cl. 6. Let every thing that hath breath: praise the Lord.
By Mr. John Travers, Organist of his Majesty's Chapel-Royal, and of the Parish of St. Paul, Covent Garden.
Taken from the form of prayer to be used at sea.
O R D be merciful to us sinners, and save us for thy mercies sake. Thou art the great God, that hast made and rulest all things: O deliver us for thy Name's fake. Thou art the great God to be feared above all: O save us; that we may praise thee. Thou, O Lord, art just and powerful; O defend our cause against the face of the enemy. O God, thou art a strong tower of defence to all that flee unto thee: O save us from the violence of the enemy. Ovlord of hosts, fight for us, that we
may glorify thy Name. Suffer us not to fink under the weight of our fins, or the violence of the enemy.