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W ITH heart I do accord
in presence of the just,
II. His works are glorious : His righteousness for us
doth evermore endure, His wondrous works he would we still remember should, his mercy is full sure.
III. Redemption great he gave his people for to save, ..
it also hath appear'd; His cov’nant cannot fail, but evermore prevail, his holy name be fear’d.
IV. . Such as to him bear love, a portion fair above.
he hath up for them laid. For this they shall well find, he will have them in mind
and keep them as he said..
Tenth Sunday after Trinity.
Ps À L M CXII.
This is a psalm of praise. The prophet blefses God
for the great promises, which have been fulfilled to Christ, and will be fulfilled to all his. Under him, exceeding great and precious though they be, yet every believer may claim them as his own, and ex. pect the fulfilling of them. O for more faith. The Lord increase it in our hearts, that we may fing the words for ourselves. May every one of us find the psalm realized to day, and bless the Lord for this and for all his goodness to the children of men.
PRAISE ye the Lord. That man is bleft
who fears the Lord aright: Who in keeping of his commands. doth greatly take delight.
11. He shall his feed and offspring make
mighty the earth upon; Of upright men blessed shall he make the generation.
III. Treasures of wealth shall ever be
within his house in store, And his free gift of righteousness
endures for everinore.
IV. For the upright he makes light arise
tho' they in darkness be: Compassionate and merciful, and justifier he.
V. This good man doth his grace below.
and doth to others lend, He with discretion his affairs
will guide unto the end.
SURELY there is not any thing o that ever shall him move : This righteous man's memorial shall everlasting prove.
U. · When he shall evil tidings hear
he shall not be afraid,
afraid he shall not be, Until upon his enemies:
he his desire shall fee.
He hath dispers’d, giv'n to the poor,
his righteousness alway
Hallelujah chorus. It sets forth the majesty of the
V E children which do serve the Lord,
Yea blessed be always his name,
Above the highest heav'ns to be.
And also in the heav'n above,
IV. -. And so did fer them up on high With princes of great dignity,
Raised by him unto great fame, The barren church he makes to bear, And with great joy her sons to rear,
Therefore praise ye his holy name.