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Those under regions of the skies,
Thy numerous glories show. 5 Infinite strength and equal skill
Shine through thy works abroad; Our souls with vast amazement fill, 1
And speak the builder God! 6 But the mild glories of thy grace,
Our softer passions move:
HYMN 5. C. M.
In your eternal roar;
And shore reply to shore.
In scały silver shine,
And lash the foaming brine.
To softer notes than these :
Or whispering through the trees.
To Him that bids you grow;
On every thankful bough.
And climb the morning sky;
In hoarser harmony.
Ye mortals, take the sound;
Echo the glories of your King,
Through all the nations round.
HYMN 6. L. M. 
HYMN 7. C. M. 
Leave suns and stars below,
In all that angels know;
The pulse in every heart,
Thou ART-oh, God! thou ART! 2 If 'midst the ever-during songs
Of universal joy, The chime of worlds and chant of tongues,
The praise that we employ,
May breathe its music in thine ear,
Its meaning in thy heart,
Thou ART-oh, God! thou ART.
HYMN 8. L. M.  THERE is a God-all nature speaks,
Thro' earth and air, and sea and skies, See from the clouds his glory breaks,
When earliest beams of morning rise. 2 The rising sun, serenely bright,
Throughout the world's extended frame, Inscribes in characters of light,
His mighty Maker's glorious name, 3 Ye curious minds, who roam abroad,
And trace creation's wonders o'er, Confess the footsteps of your God
Bow down before him-and adore.
HYMN 9. L. M.  ETERNAL God, almighty cause
Of earth, and seas, and worlds unknown; All things are subject to thy laws
All things depend on thee alone. 2 Thy glorious being singly stands,
Of all within itself possest:
And in thyself completely blest.
Let heaven and earth due homage pay; All other gods we disavow,
Deny their claims, renounce their sway.
4 Worship to THEE alone belongs;
Worship to THEE alone we give;
And to thy glory let us live.
HYMN 10. C. M. 
Where'er I turn mine eye!
Or gaze upon the sky!
But makes thy glories known;
By order from thy throne.
Are subject to thy care ;
But God is present there.
HYMN 11, C, M, 
Illumes the distant earth,
But goodness gave it birth.
Upon the parching clod,
That is not sent by God. 3 There's not a place in earth’s vast round,
In ocean deep, or air,
For God is everywhere.
4 Around, beneath, below, above,
Wherever space extends,
And power with goodness blends.
HYMN 12. C. M. 
To watch the sinner's ways;
And who in solemn praise.
Can pierce and search us through; Nor heaven, nor earth, nor hell afford
A shelter from thy view!
At once before thee lies;
Is open to thine eyes.
With fervent, holy love;
To worship thee above.
HYMN 13. L. M.