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A New Version of the Psalms of David: fitted to the Tunes used in Churches

Editor: N. Brady, N. Tate
Publisher: D. & J. Kneeland for J. Edwards, Boston, Mass., 1760
Language: English
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IHow blest is he, who ne'er consentsTextPage Scan
IIWith restless and ungoverned rageTextPage Scan
IIIHow many, Lord, of late are grownTextPage Scan
IVO Lord, that art my righteous JudgeTextPage Scan
VLord, hear the Voice of my ComplaintTextPage Scan
VIThy dreadful Anger, Lord, restrainTextPage Scan
VIIO Lord, my God, since I have plac'dTextPage Scan
VIIIO thou, to whom all creatures bow,TextPage Scan
IXTo celebrate thy Praise, O LordTextPage Scan
XThy Presence why withdraw'st thou Lord?TextPage Scan
XISince I have plac'd my Trust in GodTextPage Scan
XIISince godly Men decay, O LordTextPage Scan
XIIIHow long wilt thou forget me, Lord?TextPage Scan
XIVSure, wicked Fools must needs supposeTextPage Scan
XVLord, who's the happy Man, that mayTextPage Scan
XVIProtect me from my cruel FoesTextPage Scan
XVIITo my just Plea, and sad ComplaintTextPage Scan
XVIIINo Change of Times shall ever shockTextPage Scan
XIXThe Heav'ns declare thy Glory, LordTextPage Scan
XXThe Lord to thy Request attendTextPage Scan
XXIThe King, O Lord, with songs of praiseTextPage Scan
XXIIMy God, my God, why leav'st Thou meTextPage Scan
XXIIIThe Lord himself, the mighty LordTextPage Scan
XXIVThis spacious Earth is all the Lord'sTextPage Scan
XXVTo God, in whom I trustTextPage Scan
XXVIJudge me, O Lord; for I the PathsTextPage Scan
XXVIIWhom should I fear, since God to meTextPage Scan
XXVIIIO Lord, my Rock, to Thee I cryTextPage Scan
XXIXYe princes that in Might excellTextPage Scan
XXXI'll celebrate thy Praises, LordTextPage Scan
XXXIDefend me, Lord, from ShameTextPage Scan
XXXIIHe's blest, whose Sins have Pardon gain'dTextPage Scan
XXXIIILet all the Just to God with JoyTextPage Scan
XXXIVThro' all the changing Scenes of LifeTextPage Scan
XXXVAgainst all those that strive with meTextPage Scan
XXXVIMy crafty Foe, with flatt'ring ArtTextPage Scan
XXXVIITho' wicked Men grow rich or greatTextPage Scan
XXXVIIIThy chast'ning Wrath, O Lord, restrainTextPage Scan
XXXIXResolv'd to watch o'er all my WaysTextPage Scan
XLI waited meekly for the LordTextPage Scan
XLIHappy the Man, whose tender CareTextPage Scan
XLIIAs pants the Hart for cooling StreamsTextPage Scan
XLIIIJust Judge of Heav'n, against my FoesTextPage Scan
XLIVO Lord, our Fathers oft have toldTextPage Scan
XLVWhile I the King's loud praise rehearseTextPage Scan
XLVIGod is our Refuge in DistressTextPage Scan
XLVIIO all ye People, clap your HandsTextPage Scan
XLVIIIThe Lord, the only God, is greatTextPage Scan
XLIXLet all the list'ning world attendTextPage Scan
LThe Lord hath spoke, the mighty GodTextPage Scan
LIHave mercy, Lord, on meTextPage Scan
LIIIn vain, O Man of lawless MightTextPage Scan
LIIIThe wicked Fools must sure supposeTextPage Scan
LIVLord, save me, for thy glorious NameTextPage Scan
LVGive ear, thou Judge of all the earthTextPage Scan
LVIDo Thou, O God, in Mercy helpTextPage Scan
LVIIThy mercy, Lord, to me extendTextPage Scan
LVIIISpeak, O ye Judges of the EarthTextPage Scan
LIXDeliver me, O Lord my GodTextPage Scan
LXO God, who hast our Troops dispersedTextPage Scan
LXILord, hear my cCy, regard my Pray'rTextPage Scan
LXIIMy Soul for Help on God reliesTextPage Scan
LXIIIO God, my gracious God, to TheeTextPage Scan
LXIVLord, hear the Voice of my ComplaintTextPage Scan
LXVFor Thee, O God, our constant PraiseTextPage Scan
LXVILet all the Lands with Shouts of JoyTextPage Scan
LXVIITo bless thy chosen RaceTextPage Scan
LXVIIILet God, the God of Battle, riseTextPage Scan
LXIXSave me O God from Waves that rollTextPage Scan
LXXO Lord, to my Relief draw nearTextPage Scan
LXXIIn Thee I put my stedfast TrustTextPage Scan
LXXIILord, let thy just Decrees the KingTextPage Scan
LXXIIIAt length, by certain proofs, 'tis plainTextPage Scan
LXXIVWhy hast Thou cast us off, O GodTextPage Scan
LXXVTo thee, O God, we render PraiseTextPage Scan
LXXVIIn Judah the Almighty's knownTextPage Scan
LXXVIITo God I cry'd who to my HelpTextPage Scan
LXXVIIIHear, O my People, to my LawTextPage Scan
LXXIXBehold, O God, how heathen HostsTextPage Scan
LXXXO Isr'l's Shepherd, Joseph's GuideTextPage Scan
LXXXITo God, our neve- failing StrengthTextPage Scan
LXXXIIGod in the great Assembly stands TextPage Scan
LXXXIIIHold not thy Peace O Lord our GodTextPage Scan
LXXXIVO God of Hosts, the mighty LordTextPage Scan
LXXXVLord, thou hast granted to thy LandTextPage Scan
LXXXVITo my Complaint, O Lord my GodTextPage Scan
LXXXVIIGod's Temple crowns the holy MountTextPage Scan
LXXXVIIITo Thee, my God and Saviour, I TextPage Scan
LXXXIXThy Mercies, Lord, shall be my SongTextPage Scan
XCO Lord, the Saviour and DefenceTextPage Scan
XCIHe that has God his Guardian madeTextPage Scan
XCIIHow good and pleasant must it beTextPage Scan
XCIIIWith Glory clad, with Strength array'dTextPage Scan
XCIVO God, to whom Revenge belongsTextPage Scan
XCVO come loud anthems let us singTextPage Scan
XCVISing to the Lord a new made SongTextPage Scan
XCVIIJehovah reigns, let all the EarthTextPage Scan
XCVIIISing to the Lord a new-made SongTextPage Scan
XCIXJehovah reigns, let therefore allTextPage Scan
CWith one Consent let all the EarthTextPage Scan

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