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A Church Psalter
GEORGE ROUTLEDGE & CO., FARRINGDON STREET.
The following Psalms are for the most part from the New Version, by Tate and Brady; those from the Old Version, by Sternhold and Hopkins, are distinguished by the letters o. v.
The numbers prefixed to the verses of the Psalms refer to the verses of the original Psalms which are here given in a metrical form.
11H By ill advice to walk;
"OW blest is he who ne'er consents
C. Nor stands in sinners' ways, nor sits
2 But makes the perfect law of God
3 Like some fair tree, which, fed by streams,
He still shall flourish, and success
6 For God approves the just man's ways;
But sinners, and the paths they tread,
33 THOU, Gracious Lord, art my defence;
4 Since whensoever in distress
For I through Him securely sleep,
8 Salvation to the Lord belongs;
His blessing He extends to all
51ORD, hear the voice of my complaint, Accept my secret pray'r;
To Thee alone, my King, my God,
3 Thou in the morn my voice shalt hear; And with the dawning day
To Thee devoutly I'll look up,
To Thee devoutly pray.
7 And when Thy boundless grace shall me
On Thee I'll fix my longing eyes,
8 Conduct me by Thy righteous laws,
Therefore, O Lord, make plain the way
810 THOU, to whom all creatures bow
Within this earthly frame,
c. Thro' all the world how great art Thou! How glorious is Thy Name!
2 In heav'n Thy wondrous acts are sung,
And yet Thou mak'st the infant tongue
4 Lord, what is man that Thou so lov'st
Or what his offspring, that Thou prov'st
9 O Thou, to whom all creatures bow
Thro' all the world how great art Thou!
91To celebrate Thy praise, O Lord,
I will my heart prepare;
C. To all the list'ning world Thy works,
9 God is a constant sure defence
As troubles rise, His needful aids
10 All those who have His goodness prov'd
11 Sing praises, therefore, to the Lord,
Proclaim His deeds, till all the world
111 SINCE I have placed my trust in God, A refuge always nigh,
Why should I, like a tim'rous bird,
4 The Lord hath both a temple here,
Whence He surveys the sons of men,
5 If God, the righteous, whom He loves,
What must the sons of violence,
7 The righteous Lord will righteous deeds
And to the upright man disclose
131How long wilt Thou forget me, Lord?
Must I for ever mourn?
C. How long wilt Thou withdraw from me, Oh! never to return?