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, 3 Let the whole earth his love proclaim,

With all her diff'rent tongues ;
And spread the honours of his name

In melody and songs. 7. A holy God worshipped with Reverence. (C. M.) 1 EXALT the Lord our God,

V And worship at his feet;
His nature is all holiness,

And mercy is his seat.
2 When Israel was his church,

When Aaron was his priest,
When Moses cry’d, when Samuel pray'd,

He gave his people rest.
3 Oft he forgave their sins,

Nor would destroy their race ;
And oft he made his vengeance known,

When they abused his grace.
4 Esalt the Lord our God,

Whose grace is still the same;
Still he's a God of holiness,

And jealous for his name.

Psalm C. Paraphased.
1 REFORE Jehovah's awful throne,

D Ye nations, bow with sacred joy;
Know that the Lord is God alone;

He can create, and he destroy.
2 His sov'reign power, without our aid,

Made us of clay, and form'd us men;
And when, like wand'ring sheep, we stray'd,

He brought us to his fold again.

3 We'll crowd thy gates with thankful songs

High as the heav'ns our voices raise;
And earth, with her ten thousand tongues,

Shall fill thy courts with sounding praise. 4 Wide as the world is thy command!

Vast as eternity thy love; .
Firm as a rock thy truth must stand,
When rolling years shall cease to move.

9. Public Thanks for Private Deliverances. 1 W HAT shall I render to my God,

V For all his kindness shown?
My feet shall visit thine abode,

My songs address thy throne.
2 Among the saints, that fill thine house,

My off'rings shall be paid ;
There shall my zeal perform the vows

My soul in anguish made.
3 How much is mercy thy delight,

Thou ever-blessed God!
How dear thy servants in thy sight!

How precious is their blood !
4 How happy all thy servants are !

How great thy grace to me!
My life, which thou hast made thy care,

Lord, I devote to thee.
5 Now I am thine, for ever thine,

Nor shall my purpose move;
Thy hand hath loos’d my bands of pain,

And bound me with thy love.

6 Here in thy courts I leave my vow,

And thy rich grace record ;
Witness, ye saints, who hear me now,

If I forsake the Lord.
10. Praise to God from all Nations. (C. M.)
10 ALL ye nations, praise the Lord,

Each with a diff'rent tongue:
In ev'ry language learn his word,

And let his name be sung.
2 His mercy reigns thro' ev'ry land ;

Proclaim his grace abroad;
For ever firm his truth shall stand ;

Praise ye the faithful God. 11.

The same. (L. M.)
1 TROM all that dwell below the skies,

T Let the Creator's praise arise ;
Let the Redeemer's name be sung

Thro' ev'ry land, by ev'ry tongue.
2 Eternal are thy mercies, Lord;
Eternal truth attends thy word;
Thy praise shall sound from shore to shore,

Till suns shall rise and set no more. 12. The Enjoyment of Christ; or, Delight in

Worship. (L. M.)
I FAR from my thoughts, vain world, be gone,

T Let my religious hours alone ;
Fain would my eyes my Saviour see:

I wait à visit, Lord, from thee. 20) warm my heart with holy fire,

And kindle there a pure desire:
Come, my dear Jesus, from above,
And feed my soul with heav'nly love..

3 Bless'd Jesus, what delicious fare!

How sweet thy entertainments are !
Never did angels taste above,

Redeeming grace, and dying love. 4 Hail, great Immanuel, all divine !

In thee thy Father's glories shine;
Thou brightest, sweetest, fairest one,
That eyes have seen, or angels known.

13. . The same. (L. M.) 1 T ORD, what a heav'n of saving grace

U Shines thro' the beauties of thy face, And lights our passions to a flame!

Lord, how we love thy charming name! 2 When I can say, my God is mine,

When I can feel thy glories shine,
I tread the world beneath my feet,

And all the earth calls good or great. 3 While such a scene of sacred joys

Our raptur'd eyes and souls employs,
Here we could sit, and gaze away

A long, an everlasting day.
4 Well, we shall quickly pass the night,

To the fair coasts of perfect light;
Then shall our joyful senses rove

O’er the dear object of our love. 5 There shall we drink full draughts of bliss,

And pluck new life from heav'nly trees !
Yet now and then, dear Lord, bestow
A drop of heav'n on worms below.

6 Send comforts down from thy right hand, While we pass thro’ this barren land, And in thy temple let us see

A glimpse of love, a glimpse of thee.
14. Call to Public Worship. (L. M.)
1 ALL people that on earth do dwell,

A Sing to the Lord with cheerful voice;
Him serve with fear, his praise forth tell,

Come ye before him and rejoice.
2 The Lord, ye know, is God indeed!

Without our aid he did us make;
We are his flock, he doth us feed,

And for his sheep he doth us take. 3 0 enter then his gates with praise,

Approach with joy his courts unto;
Praise, laud, and bless his name always,

For it is seemly so to do.
4 For why? the Lord our God is good,

His mercy is for ever sure ;
His truth at all times firmly stood,

And shall from age to age endure.
15. Introducing Public Worship. (L. M.)
I W ITH one consent let all the earth,

V To God their cheerful voices raise ; Glad homage pay, with awful mirth,

And sing before him songs of praise. 2 Convinc'd that he is God alone,

From whom both we and all proceed;
We, whom he chooses for his own,
The flock that he youchsafes to feed.

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