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2 Where Streams of Love from God the Spring
Descend to ev'ry Soul,
Shades and bedews the Whole :
That fall on Sion's Hill,
And makes his Grace diftil.
PSALM CXXXIII. Third Version. Watts.
LEST are the Sons of Peace,
Where Zeal and Friendship meet,
hi 3 Thus on the heav'nly Hills
2 2 No The Saints: are bleit above,
(In Where Joy like Morning Dew distils
No And all the Air is Love.
In PSALM CXXXIII. Fourth Verfon. WATTS. T
W H°Kindred and Fricids agree,
' Each in their proper Station move,
With sympathising Heart,
Like fruitful Show'rs of Rain
That water all the Plain,
Such Streams of Pleasure roll :
TH Where Love like heav'nly Dew diftils.
PSALM CXXXIII. Fifth Version.
How pleasing is the Sight,
And all their Hearts unite!
On lofty Hermon's Top;
When they with Fatness drop. ele 3 For there the Bleffing of the Lord
Rich Plenty doth bestow;
Which shall for ever flow..
PSALM CXXXIII. Sixth Verfion. Steele.
When kindred Souls in Friendship join ;
In Bands of Amity divine,
(Impearl'd with Dew) a fairer Sight;
PSALM CXXXIV. First Version. MERRICK,
Prayer and Praise.
Your grateful Hymns triumphant fing:
With lifted Hands his Praise proclaim,
The Earth, and Heav'n's wide Arch display'd,
PSALM CXXXIV. Second Version. WATTs,
Daily and Nightly Devotion.
And bless his wond'rous Grace.
And send your Souls on high;
Above the starry Sky.
With Rays of quick’ning Grace;
And rules the swelling Seas.
PSALM CXXXV. Firt Version. MERRICK.
God's Power and Providence.
In Songs of highest Praise proclaim :
What Name like his the Heart can chear? 3 Thy Greatness, Lord, my Thoughts attest,
With awful Gratitude impress'd,
A Pow'r that shall contend with thine : 4 O thou, whose all-dispofing Sway,
The Heav'ns, the Earth, and Seas obey ;
Sinks through all Depth, all Height transcends; 5 From Earth's low Margin to the Skies
Now bids the pregnant Vapors rise,
6 Now from thy Storehouse, built on high,
Permits th' imprison's Winds to fly,
The Surface of the foaming Deep.
And Mercy's unexhausted Spring :
PSALM CXXXV. Second Version. First Part. Tate.
Praise to God.
And magnify his Name;
His highest Praise proclaim.
Attend with constant Care,
With Humble Zeal repair.
Glad Hymns of Praise to fing;
A most delightful Thing.
Performs his sov'reign Will:
That Earth's deep Caverns fill.
Which, pois’d in liquid Air,
His dreadful Light'nings glare !
By glad Experience found;
Above all Gods is crown'd.
And magnify his Name;
"T"Wer all the Heathen Lande
3 The PSALM CXXXV. Second Version. Second Part.
Praise due to God, not to Idols.
47 O'er all the Heathen Lands,
HE And made of Silver and of Gold,
He The Work of human Hands. 2 They move not their fictitious Tongues,
; BleNor fee with polith'd Eyes ;
No Breath their Mouth fupplies,
On them for Aid rely.
LE Let them in Sion, where he dwells,
- Exalt his holy Name.
PSALM CXXXV. Third Version.
The Church is God's Care.
Or stand attending at his Gate.
To praise his Name is sweet Employ: