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New Version of the Psalms of David

Author: Reverend Thomas Cradock
Publisher: Printed by Jonas Green, Annapolis, 1756
Denomination: Episcopal Church
Language: English
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CIOf mercy, Lord, of judgment, I will singTextPage Scan
CIIMy pleading cries, eternal father, hearTextPage Scan
CIIIBe God of my harmonious song the themeTextPage Scan
CIVThe noblest subject swells my lofty layTextPage Scan
CVSing to the Lord; invoke his sacred nameTextPage Scan
CVIWith thankful hymns address the mighty LordTextPage Scan
CVIIFor ever lasts the mercy of the LordTextPage Scan
CVIIIFix'd is my heart; my heart's resolv'd, O GodTextPage Scan
CIXStrict silence keep not, sov'reign Lord--beholdTextPage Scan
CXThus to our Christ the Lord Jehovah saidTextPage Scan
CXIWith me, ye varied nations, hymn your GodTextPage Scan
CXIIThrice blest the man, that great Jehovah fearsTextPage Scan
CXIIIYour maker's praise, ye righteous souls, proclaimTextPage Scan
CXIVWhen Israel to their native fields return'dTextPage Scan
CXVNot to ourselves, O God, we ask a nameTextPage Scan
CXVIThe mighty God I'll love with heart unfeign'dTextPage Scan
CXVIIYe nations all, howe'er dispers'd, proclaimTextPage Scan
CXVIIIOur sov'reign Lord, the great Jehovah praiseTextPage Scan
CXIXThrice happy they who with religious aweTextPage Scan
CXXWhen foes with cruel hate beset me roundTextPage Scan
CXXIWhen cruel foes with causeless malice armTextPage Scan
CXXIIO bright, O glorious day! resplendent mornTextPage Scan
CXXIIIO thou, who hast o'er all eternal swayTextPage Scan
CXXIVOur cause if heav'n's high king (may Israel say)TextPage Scan
CXXVOn great Jehovah who in faith relyTextPage Scan
CXXVIWhen God all-clement heard his people's criesTextPage Scan
CXXVIIThe great design if not Jehovah blessTextPage Scan
CXXVIIIHe's trebly blest, who dreads th' omniscient GodTextPage Scan
CXXIXFull oft (may Israel say) invet'rate foesTextPage Scan
CXXXSunk in the depths of woe, to thee I criedTextPage Scan
CXXXIGood God, I am not insolent and highTextPage Scan
CXXXIIRemember, Lord, the toils that David boreTextPage Scan
CXXXIIIThe mind sublimer pleasure ne'er receivesTextPage Scan
CXXXIVYe priests, by night that in his temple waitTextPage Scan
CXXXVAll you, who in his sacred courts attendTextPage Scan
CXXXVIIn joyous hymns and in sublimest laysTextPage Scan
CXXXVIIWhile in sad anguish, Babylon, we satTextPage Scan
CXXXVIIIDauntless, thy pow'r I'll sing in noblest laysTextPage Scan
CXXXIX'Fore thee, O gracious God, I stand confestTextPage Scan
CXLPreserve me, Lord, from that insidious croudTextPage Scan
CXLITo thee, all-clement God, I constant cryTextPage Scan
CXLIIWith ardent voice unto the Lord I cryTextPage Scan
CXLIIIO sov'reign Lord, my suppliant plainings hearTextPage Scan
CXLIVO gracious God, thy glorious name be prais'dTextPage Scan
CXLVWhile lasts this solid globe, my God, my kingTextPage Scan
CXLVIWhile thou permit'st me, Lord, the light t' enjoyTextPage Scan
CXLVIIIn loftiest strains the great eternal praiseTextPage Scan
CXLVIIIYe bright celestial choir, who live aboveTextPage Scan
CXLIXIn strains before unsung, in noblest laysTextPage Scan
CLLet great Jehovah animate our strainsTextPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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