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Psalm xci. 1 HE that dwelleth in the secret place of the | Most- | High, I shall abide under the
| shadow--of the Al-I mighty. 2 I will say of the Lord, he is my refuge I and my | fortress, I my God, in | him-1
will I trust. 3 Because thou hast made the Lord, which I is my | refuge, I even the Most | High,
thy | habi- | tation, 4 There shall no evil be- I fall- | thee, Il neither shall any | plague come / nigh thy |
dwelling. 5 For he shall give his angels charge over / thee, I to keep thee--in | all thy I ways. 6. They shall bear thee up | in their | hands, | lest thou dash thy | foot a-l gainst al
stone. 7 Thou shalt tread upon the | lion and I adder; the young lion and the dragon shalt
thou | trample | under | feet. 8 Because he hath set his love upon me, therefore will I de- | liver | him: | I will set
bim on high, because i he hath | known my | Name. 9 He shall call upon me, and I will | answer | him: 1 I will be with him in trouble ; I
will deliver | him, and honor | him. 10 With long life will I l satis- | fy him, I and I show him my sal- | vation.
Psalm cxxi. 1 I WILL lift up mine eyes un- I to the hills, I from / whence- I cometh -- my | help. : 2 My help cometh | from the Lord, I who made- | heaven and | earth. 3 He will not suffer thy foot | to be I moved! | he that I keepeth--thee / will not !
slumber. 4 Behold, he that keepeth | Is-ra- | el, I shall not slum- | ber nor | sleep. 5 The Lord | is thy | keeper; | the Lord is thy shade up-I on thy | right, I hand. 6 The sun shall not smite thee by | day, Il nor the moon- | by- | night. 7 The Lord shall preserve thee | from all | evil; I he shall pre- serve thy | soul. 8 The Lord shall preserve thy going out, and thy I coming in, I from this time forth,
and | even--for ever- / more.
J. D. BUCKINGHAM.
Holy, holy, holy Lord God of Sabaoth; heaven and earth are full of thy | glory. Hosanna in the highest! Blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord. Ho-1
sanna | in the highest I
“Thy will be done."
This prayer will make it more divine: 1 1 “Thy will be done!” | In devious way
“Thy will be done!” The hurrying streams of | life may | rụn;i 3 “Thy will be | done!" | Though Yet still our grateful hearts shall say, I
shrouded o'er “ Thy will be | done!”
Our | path with | gloom, 1 one comfort,
one 2 " Thy will be done!" || If o'er us shine Is ours: to breathe, while we adore, I
A gladdening and a | prosperous | sun, il “Thy will be done!”
SIR JOHN BOWRING.
A LOWLY SPIRIT.
SAMUEL P. WARREN,
5 Who can resifin dhy gentle | call, ap
A lowly spirit.
And then we turn away; and I still thy | 1 FROM the recesses of a lowly spirit
kindness 1 My humble | prayer as- I cends; 01
Pardons | our- | blindness.
To every generous thought and I grateful
| feeling? || 2 I know, I feel, how mean and how
That voice paternal, whispering, I watchun- , worthy
ing | ever? | The trembling sacrifice il pour be- | fore
My | bosom? | Never! thee; What can I offer in thy | presence | 6 Father and Saviour! plant within that holy |
bosom But I sin and | folly?
These | seeds of | holiness, I and bid them 3 For in thy sight, who every | bosom |
| blossom viewest,
In | fragrance, I and in beauty | bright Cold are our warmest vows, and | vain
and | vernal, # our | truest; 1
And | spring e-| ternal. Thoughts of a hurrying hour, our I lips re- / peat thein, ,
7 Then place them in those everlasting Our hearts for- I get them.
Where | angels walk 1 and seraphs | are 4 We see thy hand; it leads us, I it sup
the wardens; ports us:
Where every flower that creeps through | Wo hear thy voice; it counsels, and it |
death's dark | portal courts us; 1
Be- | comes im- 1 mortal.
SIR JOHN BOWRING.
[The lines printed in Roman may be read by the minister, and those printed in Italics sung by the choir.]
1 LORD, thou hast | been our | dwelling-place in / all- | gener- | ations. 2 Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever thou hadst formed the earth / and
the world, I even from everlasting to everlasting, I thou-Tart- | God. 3 Thou turnest man | to de- / struction; and sayest, Re-| turn, ye / children --of | 4 For a thousand years in thy sight are but as yesterday when I it is | past, I and
as a l vatch --in the night. 5 Thou carriest them away as with a lood; they are as a / sleep: 1 in the morning
they are like grass which | groweth | up. 6 In the morning it flourisheth, and I groweth | up; I in the evening it is cut down
and | wither-1 eth. 7 For we are consumed | by thine | anger, and by thy I wrath-| are we | troubled. 8 Thou hast set our iniquities be-| fore- i thee, I our 'secret sins in the light of I
thy- | countenance. 9 For all our days are passed away | in thy | wrath; 1 we spend our years | as al
tale--that is I told. 10 The days of our years are threescore 1 years and | ten; I and if by reason of
strength they be fourscore years, yet is their strength labor and sorrow; for it is
soon cut off, I and we | fly å- | way. 11 Who knoweth the power I of thine , anger? | even according to thy fear, / so-1
is thy | wrath. 12 So teach us to | number --our | days, 1 that we may apply our | hearts- | unto |
wisdom. 13 Return, 0 | Lord, how | long? | and let it repent | thee con- | cerning--thy i
servants. 14 0 satisfy us early | with thy | mercy; | that we may rejoice and be glad1
all our | days. 15 Make us glad according to the days wherein | thou--hast af- / flicted us, I and the
years wherein / we have I seen-1 evil. 16 Let thy work appear un. I to thy | servants, and thy | glory un- I to their |
children; *17 And let the beauty of the Lord our God I be up-1 on us : 1 and establish thou the work of our hands upon us; yea, the work of our | bands, es- | tablish thou | it.
* If double chant be used begin at middle of chant.