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5 i O be joyful in the Lord, / all ye | lands; || Serve the Lord with gladness, And come be
fore His presence | with a song. 2 Be sure that the Lord | He is God; || It is He that hath made us, and not we our
selves: We are His | people; and the / sheep of - His | pasture. 30 go your way into His gates with thanksgiving, And into His | courts with | praise; 11
Be thankful unto Him, and I speak good l of His i name. 4 For the Lord is gracious, His mercy is ever- | lasting; || And His truth endureth from
gene- | ration'to gene- , ration. 5 Glory be to the Father, and I to the | Son, || And to the | Holy | Ghost; 6 As it was in the beginning, is now, and I ever shall | be, || World without / end. A-|
Luke i. 68-71. I BLESSED be the Lord God of Israel, || For He hath visited | and re- deemed His /
people; 2 And hath raised up a horn of sal- | vation | for us, || In the house of His / servant |
David; 3 As He spake by the mouth of His | holy | prophets, || Which have been | since the 1
world be- / gan; 4 That we should be saved | from our enemies, || And from the hand of | all that
hate us. 5 Glory be to the Father, and to the | Son, ll And I to the | Holy | Ghost; 11 6 As it was in the beginning, is now, and I ever | shall be, || World | without | end. A-1
7 1 GLORY be to God on | high, || and on earth | peace, good. I will: towards | men.
2 We praise Thee, we bless Thee, we | worship | Thee, 11 we glorify Thee, we give
thanks to | Thee for Thy great glory.
3 O Lord God, heavenly | King, || God the Father | Al-- | mighty. 4 O Lord, the only begotten Son, Jesus Christ; !| O Lord God, Lamb of God, Son
of the Father,
É $ That takest away the | sins of the world, || have mercy | upon / us. 6 Thou that takes away the sins of the world, || have mercy upon / us. 7 Thou that takest away the sins of the world, re- | ceive our | prayer. Ś Thou that sittest at the right hand of God the Father, || have mercy | upon us.
9 For Thou I only. art | holy: || Thou only art the Lord: 10 Thou only, o Christ, with the Holy Ghost, || art most high in the glory of God
the | Father. || A- men. GLORIA PATRI.
Ludwig Spohr. (1784-1859)
Ps, xcviii. i O sing unto the Lord | a new | song; || For | He hath done | marvel·•lous things. 11 2 With His own right hand and with His | holy | arm, || Hath He gotten Him- / self the |
victo- | ry. 3 The Lord declared | His / sal- | vation; || His righteousness hath He openly I showed":
in the sight of the | heathen. || 4. He hath remembered His mercy and truth toward the house of Israel, || And all
the ends of the world have seen the sal- | vation of our | God. 5 Show yourselves joyful unto the Lord, all ye | lands; || Sing, re-joice, and give- |
thanks. || 6 Praise the Lord up- I on the | harp; || Sing to the Lord with a | psalm of thanks— | giv
ing. 7 With trumpets also and (cornet, or shawms,) || O show yourselves joyful before
the | Lord the King. 11 8 Let the sea make a noise, and all that I therein | is; || The round world, and they that |
dwell there- | in. *9 Let the floods clap their hands, and let the hills be joyful together be- | fore the 1
Lord; || For He cometh ••to | judge the earth. 10 With righteousness shall He I judge the world; || And the I people I with| equity.
Glory be to the Father, &c.
Luke i. 46–55. 1 My soul doth magni- I fy the | Lord, || And my spirit hath re- I joiced in | God my|
Saviour. || 2 For He hath regarded the low estate of His hand- | maiden: || For behold, from hence
forth all gener- | ations shall | call me | blessed. 3 For He that is mighty hath done to me I great, I things, || And I holy I is His | Name. 4 And His mercy is on them that I fear Him, || From gener- | ation to gener- | ation. 5 He hath showed strength | with His | arm, || He hath scattered the proud in the imagi- |
nation of their | hearts. || 6 He hath put down the mighty | from their | seats, || And exalted | them of | low de- / gree, 7 He hath filled the hungry with good- | things, || And the rich He | hath sent | empty •
a- / way.
8 He hath holpen His servant | Israel, || In re- | membrance | of His | mercy.
Richard Farrant. (1536-1581.) 1574
II 1 God be merciful unto I us, and | bless us; || And show us the light of His countenance,
and be | merci - ful | unto | us. 2 That Thy way may be known | up..on | earth; || Thy saving | health a- 1 mong all |
nations. 3 Let the people praise Thee, 0-God. || Yea, let all the people | praise - Thee. 4 O let the nations rejoice | and be / glad; || For Thou shalt judge the people righteous
ly, and govern the nations / upon | earth. 5 Let the people praise Thee, 10- God; li Yea, let | all the people praise - Thee. 6 Then shall the earth bring | forth her | increase; || And God, even our own | God
shall I give us.. His blessing. 7 God shall I bless -I us; || And all the ends of the / world shall | fear — | Him. 8 Glory be to the Father, and to the | Son, | And I to the Holy | Ghost ; || 9 As it was in the beginning, is now, and I ever | shall be, || World | without | end. A-,
BONUM EST CONFITERI.
I2 i It is a good thing to give thanks un- | to the Lord; || And to sing praises unto Thy |
- 10 most | Highest. 2 To tell of Thy loving kindness early in the morning; || And of Thy truth in
the night - season. 3 Upon an instrument of ten strings, I and, up- I on the I lute; || Upon a loud instrument,
| and up-1 on the harp. 4 For Thou, Lord, hast made me glad / through Thy I works; || And I will rejoice .?
giving praise for the ope- , ration / of Thy | hands. 5 Glory be to the Father, and I to the Son, || And to the Holy | Ghost; 6 As it was in the beginning, is now, and I ever shall be, || World without I end A
men, A- | men.
BENEDIC ANIMA MEA.
Charles Norris. (=740-1790.)
Ps. ciïi. 1 PRAISE the Lord, O my soul; || And all that is within me,l praise His | holy | name. || 2 Praise the Lord, O my | soul; || And for- | get not | all His | benefits. 3 Who forgiveth all Thy sin, || And healethall | Thine in- firmities. || 4 Who saveth thy I life • from de- / struction ; || And crowneth thee with | mercy and I
loving-kindness. 5 O praise the Lord, ye angels of His, ye that ex- | cel in / strength; || Ye that fulfil His
commandment, and hearken unto the voice of His — | word. || 6 O praise the Lord, all-"ye His | hosts; || Ye servants of His that do His pleasure. *7 O speak good of the Lord, all ye works of His, in all places of His do- | minion. ||
Praise thou the Lord, 0 1 — my / soul. 8 Glory be to the Father and I to the Son, And I to the | Holy | Ghost; 9 As it was in the beginning, is now, and I ever shall I be, || World without | end. A-,
As it was in the beginning, is now, and ev-er | shall be, || World, with-out | end. A - / men. ||