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MANCHESTER NEW. C. M.

CXVIII.

I.-(1, 2. 15. 17. 19.)

N. V.

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PRAISE the Lord, for He is good, His mercies ne'er decay: That His kind favours ever last, Let thankful Israel say.

Joy fills the dwelling of the just,
Whom God has saved from harm;
For wondrous things are brought to pass
By His Almighty arm.

God will not suffer me to fall,

But still prolongs my days; That, by declaring all His works, I may advance His praise.

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Then wide the temple-gates
To which the just repair,
That I may enter in, and praise
My great Deliv'rer there.

ROBERT WAINWRIGHT, Mus. D. Oxon., 1774.

CXVIII.

II. (24, 25. 28, 29.)

N. V.

THIS day is God's; let all the land

Exalt their cheerful voice:
Lord, we beseech Thee, save us now,
And make us still rejoice.

Thou art my Lord, O God, and still
I'll praise Thy holy Name:
Because Thou only art my God,
I'll celebrate Thy fame.

O then with me give thanks to God,
Who still does gracious prove;
And let the tribute of our praise
Be endless as His love.

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Open the sanctuary gates,

The gates of righteousness;
That I may enter, and in pray'rs
And praise His Name confess.

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