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a Let none blaspheme that worthy Name, by the which ye are called.
6 Whosoever curseth his God, shall bear his Sin; and, he that blasphemeth the Name of the Lord, shall be put to Death.
c Thou shalt not take the Name of the Lord thy God in vain ; for the Lord will not hold him guiltless, that taketh his Name in vain.
d Let not the Name of God, nor his Word, nor his Doctrine, be blafphemed.
e Despise not the Church of God: Neither profane his holy things ; nor his Ordinances.
f Them that honour me (faith the Lord) I will honour; and they that despise me, ihall be lightly esteemed.
8 if he that despis’d Moses's Law, died without Mercy; of how much forer Punishment shall he be thought worthy, who hath troden under foot the Son of God, and, hath counted the Blood of the Covenant, wherewith he was fars&tified, an unholy thing, and done despight unto the Spirit of Grace ?
h Whosoever speaketh against the Holy Ghost, it shall not be forgiven him, neither in this World, neither in the World to come.
i Make no mention of the Names of other Gods ; neither let it be heard out of thy Mouth.
Thou shalt not bow down thy self to any graven Image ; neither shalt thou respect that which thy Fingers have made; nor ftretch out
thy Hands to a strange God : But ye fall look every Man to his Maker ; and your Eyes shall have respect to the Holy One of Israel.
a Ye shall destroy all the Pictures of other Gods, and all their Molten Images.
6 I am the Lord, (faith God,) that is my Name; my Glory will I not give unto another, neither my Praise to graven Images.
PRAISE and THANKSGIVING.
c Let the People praise thee, O God; let all the People praise thee. Let them give Glory unto the Lord from the end of the Earth, and declare his Praise in the Islands.
d Let every Creature, which is in Heaven, and on the Earth, and under the Earth, and such as are in the Sea, and all that are in them, say, Blessing, and Honour, and Glory, and Thankfgiving, and Wisdom, and Power, and Might, be unto our God, and unto the Lamb, that was Dain, for ever and ever.
e Praise our God, all ye his Servants, and ye that fear him, both small and great; and let al Flesh bless his holy Name for ever and ever. Make known his Deeds among the People ; talk you of all his wondrous Works; glory ye in bis holy Name : Remember his marvellous Works that he hath done, his Wonders and the Judgments of his Mouth: Shew forth, from Day to Day, his Salvation.
Pf. 44. 20. If. 17.7.
* Num. 33. 52.
If. 42. 89 • Ps. 67. 3. If. 42. 12, 10, 12. & Rev. s. 13. Rey. 7. 12. Rev. s. 13, 12, 13. Rev. 19. so PS 345. 23. i Chr. 36, 8, 9, 10, 12, 23
: I will
a I will praise thee, O Lord, with all my Heart. I will fhew forth all thy marvellous Works. I will extol thee my God, o King: I will declare thy Greatness. I will speak of the glorious Honour of thy Majesty, and of thy wondrous Works. And Men fhall abundantly utter the Memory of thy great Goodness.
b I will praise thy Name, O Lord, for thy Loving Kindness, and for thy Truth. My Tongue shall speak of thy Righteousness, and of thy Praise, all the Day long. My Praise shall be continually of thee.
c Bless the Lord, O my Soul, and forget not all his Benefits : who forgiveth all thine Iniquities; who healeth all thy Diseases; who crowneth thee with Loving Kindness, and tender Mercies.
d Oh! that Men would praise the Lord for his Goodness, and for his wonderful Works to the Children of Men !
e Let them sacrifice the Sacrifices of Thanksgiving; and declare his Works with rejoycing.
F Let them exalt him also in the Congregation of the People, and praise him in the Assembly of the Elders.
g Let us thew to the Generations to come, the Praises of the Lord, and his Strength, and his wonderful Works, that he hath done.
h One Generation thall praise his Works to another; to make known to the Sons of Men his mighty Acts, and the glorious Majesty of his Kingdom.
*Pf. 86. 12. Pf. 9. 1. Pf. 145. 1, 6, 5, 6, 7.
< Pr. 103. 2, 3, 4 29.Pf;6138: 2. Pf. 35. 28. PP. 71. 6. d P1. 107. 8.
cPf. 167. 22: & Pf. 78. 4
Pf. 145. 4, 126
a Not unto us, O Lord, not unto us, but unto thy Name give Glory; for thy Mercy, and for thy Truth's sake.
b Stand up and bless the Lord your God; who is wortliy to be praised.
c Give Glory to the Lord your God, before he cause Darkness, and before your Feet ftumble upon the dark Mountains, and, while ye look for Light, he turn it into the Shadow of Death.
d Be ye thankful unto God; and bless his Name; giving Thanks always, for all things, unto God and the Father, in the Name of our Lord Jesus Chrift.
e In every thing give Thanks; for this is the Will of God in Chrift Jesus, concerning you, By him, therefore, let us offer the Sacrifice of Praise continually, that is, the Fruit of our Lips, giving Thanks to his Name.
f Thanks be unto God, for his unfpeakable Gifts : for all things are for our fakes, that the abundant Graće might, through the Thanksgiving of many, redound to the Glory of God.
8 Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who hath blessed us, with all spiritual Bleffings, in Christ.
h Every Creature of God is good, and nothing to be refused, if it be received with Thanksgiving: For it is sanctified by the Word of God, and Prayer.
a Pf. 115. I.
b Neh. 9. s. Pl. 18. 3. Jer. 13. 16 d P1. 100, 43 3.5 4. Eph. se 20.
I Thell. s. 18. Heb. 13. 15. 2. Cor.9. 15. 2 Çok 4, 15. & Eph. 3. 3. I Tim. 4. Aj so
a He that eateth, eateth to the Lord, for he giveth God 'Thanks : And he that eateth not, to the Lord he eateth not, and giveth God Thanks. Whether therefore ye eat or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the Glory of God.
b When thou hast eaten, and art full, then thou shalt bless the Lord thy God, for the good Land which he hath given thee; and serve him with Joyfulness, and with Gladness of Heart, for the abundance of all things.
C We ought to give Thanks unto the Father, which hath made us meet to be Partakers of the Inheritance of the Saints, in Light : Thanking God, through Jesus Christ our Lord,
d We are bound likewise to thank God always, for our Brethren, because that their Faith groweth, and their Charity towards each other aboundeth.
e It is a good thing to give Thanks unto the Lord, and to fing Praises unto thy Name, o Most High ; to Thew forth thy loving Kindness in the Morning, and thy Faithfulness every Night.
I will praise the Name of God with a Song, and will magnity him with Thanksgiving: For this shall please the Lord better than an Ox; or Bullock, that hath Horns and Hoofs.
8 Sing unto the Lord, Oye Saints of his, and give Thanks at the remembrance of his Holiness: For Praise is comely for the upright. Praise ye the Lord, for the Lord is good; fing Praises unto his Name, for it is pleasant.
* Rom. 14. 6. 1 Cor. 10. 31. 28. 47
Col. 2. 12. Rom. 7. 25. e Ps. 92. 1, 2.
EPS 69, 30, 31 PS. 33. 3. PS. 133. 3.
Deur. 8. to. Deut.
d 2 Theff. 1. 3.
& Pf. 30. 4.