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. Sa. 24.11, 3 Jerusalem is builded as a city that is Princeshare parcuted me with

17 compact to ether : 1.35 : but my heart standeth in

2621.23 4 Whither the tribes go up, the tribes of thy word.

b ver. 111.

the LORD, unto the testimony of Israel, to rejoiced at thy word, as one that De 1782 give thanks unto the name of the LORD. seat spou.

5 For there are set thrones of judg. bate and abbor lying, but thya Pr. & 2.

ment, the thrones of the house of David. I. 32. 17.

6 Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: Beaumes a day do I praise thee In . 14. 27. they shall prosper that love thee. tay nighteous jud ginents,

Phi. 4.

7 Peace be within thy walls, and pras. Hipoace late fury which love they akan perity within thy palaces.

adrotting all offend then. Але по 8 For my brethren and companions' Liilave hoped for thy salva stunabling sakes, I will now say, Peace be within thee. đafie tuy cơ amerits,

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9 Because of the house of the LORD saltath kept the testimonies;

1 Pe. 2. &

our God I will seek thy pod. kve esceedinly.

ID 210

PSALM CXXIII.

Ne. 2. 10. ele pe by precepb and thy tes

A Song of Degrees.
Pr 3.21.

ine eyes, o TAU.

thou that dwellest in the heavens. Le cz cry corne pear before thee, Pr. 2. 5,7.

& Ps. 121. 1.

2 Behold, as the eyes of servants kok are me understanding ac Ja 1. S.

unto the hand of their masters, and as the To ty sord.

i Jos. 24. 22. eyes of a maiden unto the hand of her any supplication come before Pr. 1. 39. miatress ; $0 our eyes antropon the LORD *** De wzording to thy word. La 10. 42. our liod, until that he have inercy upon us.

shall uttrr praise, when A PR. 1. 2 3 ve mercy upon us, () LORD, have este me thy statutes,

1 Ex.151,&e. mercy upon us for we are exceedingly be tall peak of thy word: mis 53.6. filled with contempt. as commandments are nighteous

LU13.4.&c. 4 Our soul is exceedingly filled with 1 Pe. 2. 25.

the scorning of those that are at ease, La his hand help me : for 10 Jon. 2. 2.

and with the contempt of the proud.
#or, What
shall the

PSALM CXXIV, kate onged for thy salvation, deceitful IF

A Song of Degrees of Darld. the law is myk delight.

Flut had not been the LORD who was

tongue olise, and it shall praise

giurinto on our side, now may Israel way; by judments help me.

care of,

If it had been the LORD who was De astray like a lost what shall on our side, when men rose up against us; Berths servant; for I do not

3 Then they had swallowed us up out andments.

quick, when their wrath was kindled LM CXX. A Song of Degrees. 5 added. against us: Press I cried unto the LORD, Or, It is as 4 Then the waters had overwhelmed

the daro

us, the stream had gone over our soul: Semny soul, O LORD, from ly. e a deceittul tongue.

the mighty

5 Then the proud waters had gone over

our soul ball be given unto thee or

6 Blessed be the LORD, who hath not

. Ge. 10. 2. be done unto thee, thou false

p Ge. 25. 13. given us as a prey to their teeth,

7 Our soul is excaped as a bird out of

9 or, man arrous of the mighty, with of prace

the snare of the fowlers: the snare is

* or, Shall I broken, and we are escaped, Ethat I sojourn in® Mesech,

8 Our help is in the name of the LORD & the tents of Kedar! minerys who made heaven and rarth. tach loug dwelt with him tothe hilba PSALM CXIV. A song of Degrees.

whence THEY that trust in the LORD shall be peace: but when I speak, should my as mount Zvon, u hich cannot be removed,

Arly come! but abideth for ever.
CXXI. A Song of Degrees.

Je. 3. 23.

Os the mountains are round about it up mine eyes unto the Hon. 13. 9. Jerusalern, so the LORD u mund about Vc cometh my help.

wieked.

his people from henceforth even for ever camath from the LORD,, ls. 14. 5. 6.

3 For the rod of the wick d shall not Daten and earth,

1 Sa. 29. rest' upon the lot of the nghteous : lest W 190 guffer thy foot to be Pr. 3. 25,26. tie righteous put forth their hands unto that keepeth thee will not 1 18.27.3. iniquity.

# Is. 25. 4. 4. Do good, O LORD, unto those that he te that keepeth Israel shall Is. 49. 10. good, and to them that are upright in

Re. 7. 19, their hearts. nu thy keeper; the LORD * (in 6. 16. 5 As for such as turn aside unto their upou ty rizht hand.

TL 4.1 crooked ways, the LORD shall lead them all not sute thee by day, De 24.6. torth with the workers of iniquity : buus

peace" shall be upon Israel. !, chal preserve thee from returned

PSALM CIVI.

there val preserve thy wul.

A Song of Degrees. batall preserve thys going - P's. 63. 6.

Turning WHEN the LORD Heumed again the Briug 11, from this ume 85.1.

captivity of Zion, we were like them that PALM CXXI.

to do with Then was our mouth filled with Degrees of David.

them. laughter, and our tongue with singing: De who they said unto me, & ls. 2. 2, 3. then said they among the heathen, The

to the bouse of the LORD. Je. 50. 5. LORD hath done great things for them. be all stand within thy gates.

Zee. 91. 3 The LORD hath done great things for

us; whereof we are glad.

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er bor sleep.

a ty night.

for evermore.

magnified dream.

yor, seed

4 Turn again our captivity, O LORD, I a Ps. 71. 5. 7 Let Israel hope" in the loat: as the streams in the south.

R0.84 witb the LORD there is mercy, and 5 They b that sow in tears shall reap He. 10. 35. him is plentevus redemption. in Bjoy.

b Je. 31.9.14. 8 And d he shall redeen Id 6 Hle that goeth forth and weepeth, c Ps. 103. & all his iniquities. bearing y precious seed, shall, doubtless, 8 or,singing.

PSALM CXXXL come again with rejoicing,' bringing his & Mat. 1. 21. LORD, my heart is not havde

A Song of Degrees of Dark sheaves :ith him. PSALM CXXVII.

basket.

mine eyes lorty: Deither do 1 de

myself is great matters, or is tal A Song of Degrees for Solomon. EXCEPT) the Lord build the house,

e Ps. 30.5.

nhigh for me. they labour in vain that build it; ex

& walk.

2 Surely I have behaved and cept the LORD keep the city, the watch

5 or, of,

k mysel, as a child " that is *ease

Ps.72, title. mother : my soul is even as a tead man waketh bru in vain.

2 It is vain for you to rise up early, to n 1 Co.3.6,7. 3 Let Israel bope in the LORD sit up late, to eat the bread of sorrows:

sonder-
ful,

henceforth and for ever. for so he giveth his beloved sleep.

Job 42.3.

PSALM CXXXII. 3 Lo, children are an heritage of the

o that are

A Song of Degrees LORD i and the fruit of the womb is his

LORD, remember Davad, and

builders of reward.

it in it.

afflictions ; 4 As arrows are in the band of a mighty

* my soul. Ollow he sware unto the La man; so are children of the youth. Mal. 19.3. vowed t unto the mighty G# ofl

5 Happy is the man that hath whisk Ge. 3.17,19 3 Surely I will not come in Quiver full of them; they shall not be from now. nacle of my house, Borgo yp 103 ashamed, but they shall speak with the i Ge. 33.5. 4 I will not give sleep to mas eneinies in the gate.

1 Sa. 5. slumber to mine eyelids, PSALM CXXVIII.

Ailled his

5 Until I find out i plave A Song of Degrees.

quirer

LORD, han habitation for se BLESSED" is every one that feareth

with,
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God of Jacob. the LORD; that walketh in his ways.

6 Lo, we heard of it st Estate

ror, subdue, . For thou shalt eat the labour of

Ps. 15. 47,

found it in the fields of a thine hands: happy shalt thou be, and it or destroy

7. We will go joto his tabere shall be well with thee.

I Job 3, 4.

will worship at his footsteck 3 Thy wife shall be as a fruitful vine Ps. 112.1. 8 Arise, O LORD, into try by the sides of thide house: thy chuldren - habita and the ark of thy strength like olive-plants' round about thy table. lions.

9 Let thy priests be clettel 4 Behold, that thus shall the man be Is. 3. 10. eousness; and let the saints ed that feareth the LORD.

) Eze. 19.10. 10 For thy servant Land's 5 The LORD shall bless thee out of P Ps. 129. 1.

Dot away the tale of thine 2595 Zion: and thou shalt see the good of 9 Ps.99.5. 11 The LORD bath sworist Jerusalem all the days of thy life.

P141. 12. David, he will not turn

: Ps. 78 61. 6 Yea, thou shalt ste thy children's

! Ps. 134. 3.

the fruit of thy body will children, and peace upon Israel

thy throne.

M 18.65, 14.
PSALM CXLX.

Ge. 30, 33. 12 11 thy children will keer
A Song of Degrees.
MANY oʻa time have they aftlicted me w Ps. 125.5.

Job 42. 16. nant, and my testimony that!

them, their children shall ale from my youth, may Israel now say: 21KL 8. 25. thy throne for evermere.

2 Many a time have they aftlicted me belly. 13 For the Lord hath cws from iny youth ; yet. they have not pre

oor, much.

bath desired ir tor his babica vailed against me.

y Ex.1.13,14. 1+ This is my rest for ting 3 The plowers plowed upon my back;

La 1.3. I dwell; for I have desired it they made long their furrows.

: Ja. 16.33.

15 I will Tabundantly bless 4 The LORD is righteous: he bath cut a Ps. 68. 16. sion: I will satisfy ber per asunder the cords of the wicked.

Tor, surely;

16 1d will also clothe ter 5 Let them all be confounded and

blCo, 16. 2. salvation; and her saints turned back that hate Zion.

c Lu. 1.33.
d ver. 9.

aloud for joy. 6 Let them be as the grass upon the house e Mat. 13. 6,

17 There will I make the tops, which withereth afore it groweth up,

21. to huu : I have ordained a 7 Wherewith the mower filleth not his oor.candle. mine anointed. hand, nor he that bindeth sheaves, his 1 2 Ch.21.7. 18 llis enemies will I clothes bosom.

& Ru. 2. 4. but upon hinsel shall hes cro 8 Neither do they which go by say, 'The x errato

PSALM CXXXII blessings of the LORD be upon yođ : we

gether.

A Song of Degrees of IN bless you in the haine of the LORD.

h La 3. 55. BEHOLD, how goed ad *** PSALM CXXX,

Jon. 2.2.

it is for brethren to dwell xy A Song of Degrees,

i kx 30.5.30.

unity! OUT of the depthis a hace I cried unto

A Ch. 6. 40.

2 Te is like the precious a

I Ps. 143. 2. thee, O LORO.

the head, that ran download

R0.3.0.4. 2 Lord, hear my voice, lett thine ears be

De, 4. 48.

eren Aaron's beand: that we attentive to the voice of iny supplications. Ex. 34.7.

the skirts of his garments: 3. If? thou, Lori), shouldest mark ini DA. 9. 9.

3 As the dew of lett." quities, () Lord, who shall stand?

Ro, S, 1.

dext that descended upo se! 4 But" there is forgiveness with thee.. Je 33.8, 9. of Zion: for there the Lori that thou mayest be feared.

Ti... 19. the blessing, eren lite for eter 5 I wait for the Lor), my soul doth or, which

PSALU (LIS wait, and in his word do I hope.

catch

A Song of Degrees 6 My soul waiterh for the Lord more than

to the BEHOLD, bless se te they that watch for the morning; I say,

morning more than they that watch for the morning.

servants of the LORD, Will

stand in the house of the LB

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PSALM CXXX

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PSALM CXXXL

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PSALM CXXXII.

3.14 19 tagether Heberes together.

2 It ia . P.141.5. P. 27. Ca. The Asters of the area David in die prager commendekunta 1.2 Jse 123 that ran doses, E 30.

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215.-168.13. balding of the second temple but it pose that Zion here we as part of Leld from de 22 Ese see more probable that it was sung Mount Mermes D. 4.48), but it is not

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PSALM CXXXVI.

PSALXCIIIII 2.19.-3.41 in the sanctuary, or, in holiness. Ps 26.6. I Ti 29

An exhortation to give thanks to God the countancy et Jeau : 3 Larut. Ps. 124.8.-116.5, 6. bless

for particular mercies.

Ti propie sesdi Ke tace. Ps. 14.7.- 20.2.-110.2.-128.5, (Title) This Psalm is little else than

Babeli135.21, Ro.126.

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addition of the burdes, for his mercy PSALM CXXXV.

The abs of this beauttaa An exhortation to praise God for his

endureth for ever,' at the end of caeb isgely is enke, bi

verse, and it was doubtless composed 14ent and it ** mercy, 1-4; for Ais power, 5-7;

on the same occasioa. for his judgments, 5-1. The vanity dently to have been a respetsise niste uplivity.

It sees eri- es= pozed dansg, er Brutto of idols, 15-18. As exhortation to the first part of the verse being pro

Ieriters. Gem. 19. 14. bleus God, 19-21.

bably song by the Lovítes, and the A. M. 3000 B. C. 1004 (Title) Bp. burden by the people.

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8 The P..149.3. Jo.31.35. Mat. L. 4. Ezeji 5,6. De 32.9. Mal 3.17. Tit 2.14

5.43. to rule, Heb. for the rulings. 10. Mat. 23. Accetta 6 I know. Ps 8.1.-16.5.10.-19.6.- 9 On and stars The sun is

3.7. 9. Buy chief j. 5 93.3.-46.4,5.-97.9. D.10.17. 15.40.92, the monarch of day, the state of light; Oy joy 25. Je 10.10,11 D. 319-6.26,27.

the moon of the sight, the state of 7 Rander. P4-33 6 Watsoever. I's.33.9.11.115.3. I. darkness The rays of the sun falling 17.14. I S. L.!! 46.10. Da. 4.35. Am. 13.-9.6. Mat 29. on the atmospbern, are refracted kwa 1: 61.16 de 9, IS in the seas. Ps.136.13..15. Mat. difused over the whole of the leis.

Ob.1@), 26,21.-1425

phere of tbe earth immediately under H.S. Mak bare 7 He causeth. Ps. 149.5 G., 2.5,6. bis orb; while those rays of tbal vast

s dangter. 11 Iki 18.1, 41. 45. Job 5.10. Je 10.13-14. luminary which, because of the earth's 33. Zer 2.7. 22-51.16. Zce. 10.1.

A makes lig 4t.

sinaliness in comparison of the sun, ara 4.2.-11.-1.1.1.5 11 ninge. Dr. Russel inforous as that tel. diffused on all sides beyond the earth, Re 14.11.-IVI - 156 dom nicht passes at Aleppo without falling on the opaque dise of the mona, Het wasted much lighting in the north-west, but are reflected back on the lower beris. 13.3.8.-44 R not attended with thunder; and wheb phere, or the part of the earth opposite rwarder 4,6 NM it appears in the west or south-westera

the sun But the reflected light being thee thy deed with a points, it is a sore sign of the approach. 50,000 bales fessin intensity than that Je.50.15 Re.18.5 ing rain, which is often followed with of the sun, there is a suicient distine. 9 and dusk.f. IN thouder See the role on Job 39.25 tion between day and oight, though 13.16.

the ease. w Job 25 25,26.-3.24..28 A. bringet

each is ruled and determined by uue of Ps.107.25.145.5. Job 39 22,23. Joa. 1.4. these two great lights. Ps.5.3.-89.36,

PSALM CRIT JOO 3.9 37. Job 21:26

Dauid praiseta Ged Semote. P. 78.51 - 105. 36.-136.10. 10 Ps.75.61.-105 36.-135.8. Ex. 11.5,

Atxerard, I-J Ex 1202,13,340,-13 15. bols of an 6.-12 12.9. H. 11.29

the trage eller ett and braut. Heb. from mas onto beast 11 drenght out. P. 79. 59.-105. 37

Ged, 4-6 9 yet tokone Ps. 70. 43..50. - 105, Ex. 12,51.-13.1, 17. I 126.9

Adence in Ged, 27.29. EVIL.XV. De 4.31 Ne 9.10. 12 Ex 6.0-13.14.-15.6. De. 11.2.4. AM 3493 8C a 18.5L9,10. Jo.32,20,21. Ac 7.36. чрол 13.51.9,10. Jc.37.21. A..7 36.

of David Pires Pharaoh Ps.136.15

13 P: 66.5.6.-11.13. -78 13.-105.9.11 and the LT 28 Aral 10 ore. P. 41,2,3.-136.17..22

Ex 14.21.21.29. 18.63.12,13. Hell 29 the names of pagatal 11 Sison No.21.21.35. De 2 30.37. 15 Butarert Arete. He.. But shaked and it is probable that 3.1, &o. No.9.22. and all the Jos. off. P..75.53.-135.9. Ex 14.27,28.-15.4.

to be be di X.XII 5,10,1 Ve 9.10.11 for $16 mercy

second trap! 12 gave their P. 44.1, 3.- 79.55. Ps.65 5.-79.6.,9.-143.12, Ex. 15.12,13

1 mill prais B14 136.91, 22 Nu. 33. 54. Jos. II. 23. Lu. 171..74.

103.1.2.-D. ICH 12.7

16 Ps 77.20. Rx 13.10.-15.7? Nu.. erill my skole 13 Thy name. P. 8.1,9-72.17.-102. 17. 22. D..8.2,15. Ne 9.12.19. 1..49.10. several oss. add. Jebot 12,21 1.3.15.-34.5.7. Ho 12.5. Mat.

21.6.-1946. kad 69,13. throughout all generations. 17 P.135.10,1). Jos XI. Had to generation and generation. Ps. 19 V 21.21,23. De.2 30. 36.-29.7. Blodin 89.1. marg

20 Nu 21.33 16.3.1. &c.

? toward P. 5.7.14 the Lord. P. 7.8.-50.4.-96.13. 21 Ps. 14.2.3. -78.55.105.44.-135 12 5.29,30 Da 6.138 Ao will repent. De 32 36. Ju. 10.16. ICh. No.33.33, Re. De.3.19.17. Jos. 12.1, ko 6-55.10.86.15.-*1.3 21.15. Ho 18,9. Am.7.3,6. Joa. 4.2. -XII XXL Ne 9.12.24. 15 idole. P. 113.4.6. D. 4.29. 15.37 22 PS. 47.4.

Roll, 19.-40.19,20 - 41.9.20.-46.6.7. Jo 10.3, 23 rembered. P. 102. 17.-106 43 P. 56 4.10. ko. Ilab.2.18,19. Ac 17.22.

15 Ce.8.1. De 32 36 1.639 Eze 16 no 10.35

3.13. Lu1.48,52. is our lo estar 16" bave they. 13.6.10. Mat.13.

31. tdo day. P. 1P..72.12. 14.-113.7.-116.6.-142.6 Isa 1.2 1.85.24 19 They Aat. Ps.97.7.-) 15.8. 19.44. 2.7.9. 19. 20. Je. 10.9. 9 C0.4 4. 19 Ps. 115.9.11.- 118 1.4.-145.10.

24 EX 15.13. De. 15.15. Pr. 23.10.11. 10. Zec 10.12. C12 147.19,20.-19.14. Re. 13.5. 18.63 9. Lu 1.68.74. Tit 2.14.

6.10. Poi 13. Cell 21 out of Zion P: 76.2.-134.3. 2Ch. 25 Who giretk food Ps 104.27.-145.

4 A8 1. bis. A 6.6. shica delleth P..49.1,9 -132 15.-147.2.

1 49.23. - 60 3.5,16 13,14. 1. 12.6

26 A Gay #earen rer. 1.3P. 115.3.-123.1. Joz. 1.9. Rell 13

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Ex. 12. 29 11 And brought out Israel from among bless thee out of Zion.

them: for buis mercy endureth for ever: 3,

12 With a strong hand, and with a PSALM CXXXV.

1 Ch.16.29. stretched-out arm: for his mercy end us SE çe the LORD. Praise ye c Ps. 145. L. eth for ever. Eck the LORD; praise kam, O ye Ne. 9. 5. 13 In hiin which divided the Red sea toe LORD.

d Ps. 7. 13.

into parts: for his mercy andweth for ever Platand in the house of the LORD, P.x.14 21 22 ! And made Israel to pass through the Eat of the bouse of our God, e Ps. 92. 13.

midstof it: for his mercy andurith foreser: set the Lord; for the LORD IS!, she ked off. 15 But overthrew Pharaoh and hus s praises unto his name ; for iPa 147. 1. host in the Red sea: for his mercy en

& F. 19. 5.

dareth for evrt. or the Lord hath chosen Jacob De. 7.6,7. 16 To him which led his people through xeli, ard Israei for his peculiar 1 Pe. 2.9.

the wilderness : for his mercy endureth for la Ex. 13. 18.

ever. el 1909 that the LORD is great, De lá.

17. To him which smote great kings: iar Lord is above all gods.

i Ps33.11. Later the LORD pleased, tha:

D 4.35.

for his mercy endureth for ever : De, 9.7.

18 Anda slew famous kings : for bus litarea, and in earth, in the i Nu 21.11, mercy endureth for ever: da deep places.

19 Sinon' king of the Amorites: for his *th the vapours to ascend

Je. 14. 22. mercy endureth for ever: as of the earth: he maketh

Zec. 10. 1. 20 And Oy the king of Bashan : for hus a the rain : be bringeth the Je. 10. 13. mercy endurah for ever: is treasures.

o Jos.12.1.&c. 21 And gave their land for an heritoate the first born of Egypt, P E. 12.2. tage : for his mercy endureth for ever : * and beast.

* from man 22 Eren an heritage unto Israel his tetten and wonders into

anto. servant: for his mercy endrreth for ever. thee, O Egypt, upon Pha- . Ex VII &c. O Who remembered' us in our low we all bis servants.

* De. 32. 36.

estate: for his mercy endureth for ever: wote great nations, and slew Lu. 1. 48,

24 And hath redeemed us front our . Nu. 21. 24..

enemies : for his mercy endureck for ever. lag of the Amorites, and Og

35. e, and all the kingdoms

Ps. 136. 17,

25 Whoi giseth food to all flesh: for &c.

his mercy endureth for ever. dire their land for an heritage, Jos. 12.7.

Ps. 145. 15.

26 O give thanks unto the God of hea

ven: for his mercy endureth for ever.
Israel his people,
de, () LORD, endureth for

Ps. 13. By the rivers of Babylon there we sat

PSALM CXXXVII. ty nemorial, o LORD through-I- Ez 3.16. down, yea, we wept, when we remem

to genera bered Zion. the LORD will judge his

2 We hanged our harps upon the wil. ze will repent himself con

lows in the midst thereol. sants.

3 For there they that carried us away als of the heatben are silver De 32. 35. captive required of us n a song: and they the work of men's hands. . Ps.115.4.&c

that @wasted y us required of us mirth, I have mouths, but they speak

Is 11.12, &c e tlity, but they see not;

, the words saying Sink us one of the songs of Zion. bare ears, but they hear not;

of a rong

4 How shall we sing the LORD's soug

in a k strange land? are any breath in their mouths laid on to make them are like unto

Aeaps.

5 lf' I forget thee, O Jerusalern, let Wetery one that trusteth in thein.

y Ps. 9. 1. my right hand forget her curring.

land of a 6 If I do not reinember thee, let my The LARU, O house of Israel: lea), 0 house of Aaron:

tongue cleave to the roof of iny mouth; te LORD, O house of Levi: a Ps. 84. 10.

• Da 6.10.11. 11 I prefer not Jerusalemn above A my

chief joy. the LORD, bless the LORD. the head

7 Remember, O Lord, the children of be the LORD) out of Zion, of one jure Fdorn in the day of Jerusalem; who said, tieth at Jerusalem. Praise ye smake bora. kase ir, rase it, even to the foundation 2

bls. 13.1.&c.
Re. 196

thereof. BALM CXXXVI.

8 O daughter of Babylon, who art tu Lehaniks unto the LORD; for he: Ps.119:68. be v destroyed; bappy shall he be that borba merry enduresk for ever. I 1 Ch. 16.31. - rewardeth thee as thou hast served us. aks unto the God of gods :

Ch. 20.21. 9 Happy shall he be that taketh and ETF Cadeth for ever.

dasheth thy little ones against the p stones, thanks to the Lord of lords:

pensetk

PSALM CXXXVIII. kry endurera for ever.

unto thee who alones doeth great won

thy derd I will praise there with my whole This tricy endureth for ever.

which thou heart, before the gods will I sing praise thats by wodom made the

didst to us.

unto thee. Kabis mercy endurerk for ever.

e De. 10. 17.

2 I will worship toward thy holy temthat stretched out the earth

Ps. 82. I.
rock.

ple, and praise thy name for thy loving{reters: for his mercy endureth Ps. 72. 18. kindness and for thy truth: fori thou hast

Pr. 3. 19.

magnified thy word above all thy name. a that made great lights: for Ge. 1.9,&e.

3 In the day when I cried thou an. Je. 10. 12. sweredst me, and strengthenedst me with

strength in roy soul.

for the 4 All the kings of the earth shall praise Ion and stars to rule by night:

rulings.

thee, O LORD, when they hear the words

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