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Give praises unto God the Lord

Author: N. Hymnal: The Whole Book of Psalms #CV (1790) Lyrics: 1 Give praises unto God the Lord, and call upon his Name, Among the people all declare his works to spread his fame: 2 Sing joyfully unto the Lord, yea, sing unto him praise; and talk of all his wondrous works, that he hath wrought always. 3 In honour of his holy Name rejoice with one accord, And let the heart also be glad of them, that seek the Lord. 4 Seek ye the Lord, and seek the strength of his eternal might, Yea, seek his face incessantly, and presence of his sight. 5 The wond'rous works which he hath done, keep still in mindful heart; Let not the judgments of his mouth out of your mind depart, 6 Ye that of faithful Abraham his servant are the seed, Ye his elect, the children that of Jacob do proceed. 7 For why? 'tis he alone that is the mighty Lord our God, And his most righteous judgments are in all the earth abroad. 8 His promise and his covenant, which he hath made to his, He hath remember'd evermore to thousands of degrees. The Second Part. 9 The covenant, which he hath made with Abraham long ago, And faithful oath, which he hath sworn to Isaac also: 10 And did appoint it for a law, that Jacob should obey, And for eternal covenant to Israel alway. 11 When this he said, Lo, I to you all Canaan land will give, The lot of your inheritance, wherein your seed shall live: 12 Although their number at that time did very small appear; Yea, very small, and in the land they then but strangers were: 13 While yet they went from land to land without a sure abode; And while from sundry kingdoms they did wander all abroad: 14 Yet wrong at no oppressor's hands he suffer'd them to take; But even great and mighty kings reproved for their sake. 15 And thus he said, Touch ye not them that mine anointed be, Nor do the prophets any harm that do pertain to me. 16 He call'd a dearth upon the land, of bread destroy'd the store; But yet against the time of need did send a man before; The Third Part. 17 Ev'n Joseph, who had once been sold to live a slave in wo; Whose feet they hurt in stocks, whose soul the iron pierc'd into: 18 Until the time came, when his cause was known apparently, The mighty word of God the Lord his innocence did try. 19 The king sent and deliver'd him from prison where he was, The ruler of the people then did freely let him pass; 20 And over all his house he made him lord, to bear the sway, And of his substance made him have the rule and all the stay: 21 That he might to his will instruct the princes of the land, And wisdom teach his senators rightly to understand. 22 Then into the Egyptian land came Israel also, And Jacob in the land of Ham did sojourn to and fro. 23 His people he exceedingly in numbers made to grow, And stronger than their enemies, who sought their overthrow: 24 Whose heart he turned, that with hate they did his people treat; And did his servants wrongfully abuse with base deceit. The Fourth Part. 25 His faithful servant Moses then, and Aaron whom he chose, He did command to go to them his message to disclose. 26 His wonderful and mighty signs among them they did show, And wonders in the land of Ham then did they work also: 27 Darkness he sent and made it dark instead of brighter day; And his commission and his word they did not disobey: 28 He turn'd their waters into blood, their fish also did slay; Their land brought frogs ev'n in the place, where their king Pharaoh lay; 29 He spake, and at his voice there came great swarms of noisome flies; And all the quarters of their land were fill'd with crawling lice. 30 He gave them cold and stony hail instead of milder rain; And fiery flames within their land he sent unto their pain: 31 He smote their vines, and all their trees, whereon the figs did grow; And all the trees within their coasts also did overthrow, 32 He spake, then caterpillars did and grasshoppers abound, Eating the grass in all their land and fruit of all their ground: The Fifth Part. 33 The first-begotten in their land, with death did likewise smite, Yea, the beginning and first-fruit of all their strength and might. 34 With gold and silver caused his from Egypt's land to pass, And in the number of their tribes no feeble one there was. 35 Egypt was glad and joyful then when they did thence depart; For terror and the fear of them was fall'n upon their heart: 36 To shroud them from the parching heat a cloud he did display; And fire he sent to give them light, when night had hid the day. 37 They asked, and he called quails to rain at their request, And fully with the bread of heav'n their hunger he represt: 38 He opened the stony rock, and waters gushed out; Also the dry and parched ground like rivers ran about. 39 For of his holy cov'nant he was mindful evermore, Which to his servant Abraham he plighted long before. 40 He brought his people forth with mirth, and his elect with joy, Out of the cruel land where they had liv'd in great annoy. 41 And of the heathen men he gave to them the fruitful lands; The labours of the people did they take into their hands: 42 That they his holy statutes might observe for evermore, And faithfully obey his laws; Praise ye the Lord therefore. Scripture: Psalm 105 Languages: English
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Author: N. Hymnal: The Whole Booke of Psalmes #60 (1640) First Line: Give praises unto God the Lord Lyrics: 1 Give praises unto God the Lord, and call upon his Name: Among the people all declare his works to spread his fame. 2 Sing ye unto the Lord I say, and sing unto his praise: And talk of all his wondrous works that he hath wrought alwaies. 3 In honour of his holy Name rejoyce with one accord: And let the heart also rejoyce of them that seek the Lord. 4 Seek ye the Lord, and seek the strength of his eternall might: And seek his face continually, and presence of his sight. 5 The wondrous works which he hath done keep still in mindfull heart: Ne let the judgements of his mouth out of your mind depart. 6 Ye that of faithfull Abraham his servant are the seed: Ye his elect the children that of Jacob do proceed. 7 For he, he onely is I say, the mighty Lord our God: And his most rightfull judgements are through all the world abroad. 8 His promise and his covenant which he hath made to his, He hath remembered evermore, to thousands of degrees. The second Part: 9 The covenant which he hath made with Abraham long ago: And faithfull oath which he hath sworne to Isaac also. 10 And did confirme the same for law, that Jacob should obeL, And for eternall covenant to Israel for aye. 11 When this he said, lo I to you all Canaan land will give: The lot of your inheritance, wherein your seed shall live. 12 Although their number at that time did very small appeare: Yea very small, and in the land they then but strangers were. 13 While yet they walked from land to land without a sure abode: And while from sundry kingdomes they did wander all abroad. 14 And wrong at no oppressors hand he suffered them to take: But even great and mighty Kings reproved for their sake. 15 And thus he said: Touch ye not those that mine annointed be: Nor do the Prophets any harm that do pertain to me. 16 He cal'd a dearth upon the land, of bread stroid the store: But he against the time of need did send a man before. The third Part. 17 Even Joseph which had once been sold to live a slave in wo: Whose feet they hurt in stocks, whose soul the iron pierc'd also 18 Untill the time came, when his cause was known apparently: The mighty word of God the Lord his faultlesse truth did trie. 19 The King sent and delivered him from prison where he was: 20 The ruler of the people then did freely let him passe. 21 And over all his house he made him lord, to beare the sway: And of his substance made him have the rule and all the stay. 22 That he might to his will instruct the Princes of the land: And wisdomes lore his ancieth men might cause to understand. 23 Then into the Egyptian land came Israel also: And Jacob in the land of Ham did live a stranger tho. 24 His people he exceedingly in numbers made to flow, And over all their enemies, in strength he made them grow. 25 Whose heart he turn'd, that they with hate his people did intreat: And did his servants wrongfully abuse with base deceit. The fourth Part. 26 His faithfull servant Moses then, and Aaron whom he chose, He did command to go to them, his message to disclose. 27 His wonderful and mighty signes among them they did show: And wonders in the land of Ham then did they work also. 28 Darknesse he sent, and made it dark in stead of brighter day: And unot his commision, they did not disobey. 29 He turn'd their waters into blood, he did their fishes slay: 30 Their land brought frogs even in the place where their King Pharaoh lay. 31 He spake, and at his voice there came great swarms of noisome flies, And all the quarters of their land were fil'd with crawling lice. 32 He gave them cold and stony haile instead of milder raine: And fiery flames within their land he sent unto their paine. 33 He smote their vines and all their trees whereon the figs did grow: And all the trees within their coasts downe did he overthrow. 34 He spake, then Caterpillars did and Grasshoppers abound: 35 Which ate the grasse in all their land, and fruit of all their ground. The fifth Part. 36 The first-begotten in their land, eke deadly he did smite: Yea the beginning and first fruit of all their force and might: 37 With gold and silver he them brought from Egypt land to passe: And in the number of their Tribes no feeble one there was. 38 Egypt was glad and joyfull then when they did thence depart: For terrour and the feare of them was faln upon their heart: 39 To shroud them from the parching heat a cloud he did display: And fire he sent to give them light, when night had hid the day. 40 They asked, and he caused Quailes to raine at their request: And fully with the bread of heaven their hunger he represt. 41 He opened the stony rock, and waters gushed out: And in the dry and parched ground like rivers ran about. 42 For of his holy covenant aye mindfull was he tho: Which to his servant Abraham he plighted long ago. 43 He brought his people forth with mirth, and his elect with joy, Out of the cruell land where they had liv'd in great annoy. 44 And of the heathen men he gave to them the fruitfull lands: The labours of the people eke they take into their hands. 45 That they his holy statutes might observe for evermore: And faithfully obey his lawes: praise ye the Lord therefore. Scripture: Psalm 105 Languages: English

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