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By Mr. Willi A H Bi ftp, one of the Gentlemen of the Chapel to Q<_Eliz•abeth.
I. j^^^OW thine ear, O Lord, and |fftif|p hear me: for I am poor and jl?^fa| in misery. WWWS. 2, 5. O Lord, be merciful1 unto' me: give ear unto my prayer, "(Jtand ponder the voice of my humble de'([isife\ «a-"oJO si':i c.-.r. .,.h .I.r." 8, 9. Among the Gods there's none like thee: all nations shall come and worship thee, ^QLoRD, anid glorify thy Name. s\o. For thou art great, and dost wondrous things Vjthouajjt.Gob alone.V \ >
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PReventus, O Lord, in all our doings with thy most gracious favour, and further us with thy continual help; that in all our works begun, continued, and ended in thee, we may glorify thy holy Name, and finally by thy mercy obtain everlasting life, thro' Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. 3 Sing SING joyfully unto God our strength, sing loud unto the God of "Jacob. Take the song and bring forth the Timbrel, the merry harp and the viol j Blow the trumpet in the new moon, ev'n in the time appointed, and at our feast day. For this is a statute for Israel, and a law of the God of Jacob.
By Mr. Edmund Hooper, Organist to K. James I.
42. ^PP^^jEhold,it is Christ, which was ordained by God, to be the judge of the quick and the dead.
43. To him give all the prophets witness, that through his Name whosoever believeth in him shall receive remission of their sins.
By Dr. Orlando Gibbons, Organist and Composer to K. James L. and K. Charles I.
Osanna to the son of David: blessed is he that Cometh in the Name of the Lord.
Mark xi. i o. Blessed be the King of Israel, blessed be the King that cometh in the Name of the LoR^p. Luke xix. 38. Peace in heaven, and glory in the highest places j Hosanna in the highest heavens. ., • .
Ps AL. XXIV.
9, T IF T up your heads., O ye gates,
1. J and be ye lift up, ye everlasting
'. doors: and the King of glory shall come
in. 8, 10. Who is the King of glory? It is
the the Lord, strong and mighty: even the Lord of hosts, he is the King of glory.
Lmighty and everlasting God, mercifully look upon our infirmities; and in all our dangers and necessities stretch forth thy right hand to help and defend us, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
By Dr. William Child, Organist to K. Charles I. K. Charles II. K. James II. K. William and Q^Mary, and Organist of St. George's Chapel ut Windsor.
1. T) R AI &E the Lord, O my foul: A and all that is within me praise-his holy Name.
2. Praise the Lord, O my soul:' and forget not all his benefits; .
3. Who sorgiveth all thy fin: and healeth all thine infirmities; •!
4. Who saveth thy life from destruction: and crowneth thee with mercy and loving-kindness.
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22. O speak good of the Lord, all ye works of his, in all places of his dominion: praise thou the Lord, O my soul.
6. s~\ Lord, grant the King a long life: V^/ that his years may endure throughout all generations.
7. He shall dwell before God for ever: O prepare thy loving mercy and faithfulness, that they may preserve him.
Ps Al. cxxxii. 1 9. As for his enemies, cloath them with shame: but upon himself let his crown flourish. Hallelujah.
Ps al. XLVII.
1. Clap your hands together, all ye V_y people: Osing unto God with the voice of melody.
2. For the Lord is high and to be feared: he is the great King upon all the earth.
3. He shall subdue the people under us: and the nations under our feet.
4. He shall choose out an heritage for us: even the worship of Jacob, whom he loved.