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5 From East to West, from West to East,
his restless Course he goes : And, thro' his Progress, cheerful Light
and vital Warinth bestows.
PSA L M XIX. P. 2.
OD's perfect Law converts the Soul,
reclaims from falfe Defires; With sacred Wisdom his sure Word
the Ignorant inspires. 2 The Statutes of the Lord are just,
and bring sincere Delight: His pure Commands in Search of Truth,
allift the feebleit Sight. 3 His perfect Worship here is fix'd,
on sure Foundations laid: His equal Laws are in the Scales
of Truth and Justice we gh'd. 4. Of more Esteem than golden Mines,
or Gold refin'd with Skill; More sweet than Honey, or the Drops,
that from the Comb diftil. 5 My trusty Councellors they are,
and friendly Warnings give; Divine Rewards attend on those, who by thy Precepts live.
PSA L M XXIII. IT "HE Lord himself, the mighty Lord, vouchsafes to be my Guide;
The Shepherd bv whose constant Care
my Wants are all supply'd. 2 In tender Grass he makes me feed,
and gently there repose; Then leads me to coul Shades, and where
refreshing Water flows.
and to his endless Praise,
in his most righteous Ways.
from Fear and Danger free;
defend and comfort me.
he does my Table spread ;
With Oil anoints mine Head.
through all my Life extend, That Life to him I will devote,
and in his Temple spend.
PSA L M XXIII. O. V.
MY Shepherd is the living Lord,
nothing therefore I need: In Pastures fair, near pleasant Streams,
he setteth me to feed. 2 He shall convert and glad my Soul,
and bring my Mind in frame;
To walk in Paths of Righteousness,
for his most holy Name.
yet will I fear no Ill;
and thou art with me still. 4. And in the Presence of my
anointed hast my Head.
so frankly shew'd to me, That in thy House for evermore my dwelling Place shall be.
PSALM XXIV. I THIS
HIS spacious Earth is all the Lord's,
the Lord's her Fulness is; The World and they that dwell therein,
by foy'reign Right are his. 2 He fram'd and fix'd it on the Seas;
and his almighty Hand, Upon inconstant Floods has made
the stabie Fabric stand. 3 But for himself this Lord of all
one chosen Seat design'd: O! who shall to that facred Hill
desery'd Admittance find? 4 The Man whose Hands and Heart are pure,
whose Thoughts from Pride are free; Who honeft Poverty prefers To gainful Perjury.
5 This, this is he, on whom the Lord
shall show'r his Blessings down; Whom God his Saviour Thall vouchsafe with Righteousness to crown.
PSA L M XXIV. P. 2.
unfold, to entertain
with his celestial Train.
the Lord for Strength renown'd, In Battle mighty, o'er his Foes
eternal Victor crown'd.
in State to entertain
with all his shining Train.
the Lord of Hosts renown'd: Of Glory he alone is King,
who is with Glory crown'd.
PSA L M XXV. I *HY Mercies and thy Love,
O Lord, recall to mind; And graciously continue still,
As thou wert ever, kind. 2 Let all my youthful Crimes
be blo ted out by thee : And, for thy wond'rous Goodnefs fake,
in Mercy think on me.
3 His Mercy and his Truth
the righteous Lord displays,
and teaching thein his Ways. 4. He those in Justice guides,
who his Direction seek;
the Humble and the Meek. 5 Thro' all the Ways of God
both Truth and Mercy shine, To such as with religious Hearts,
to his blest Will incline.
PSA L M XXV. P. 2. I Since Mercy is the Grace
that most exalts thy Fame, Forgive my hainous Sin, O Lord,
and-so advance thy Name, 2 Whoe'er with humble Fear,
to God his Duty pays, Shall find the Lord a faithful Guide,
in all his righteous Ways. 3 His quiet Soul with Peace
Thall be for ever blest,
his sacred Will imparts, And does his gracious Cov’nant write in their obedient Hearts,