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O God, to our repeated Cries

Hymnal: A New Version of the Psalms of David #151 (1752) Hymnal Title: A New Version of the Psalms of David Lyrics: 1. O God, to our repeated Cries, No longer Silence keep; Hold not thy Peace, as unconcern'd, Nor let thy Vengeance sleep. 2. For lo, thine Enemies, O God, Have a fierce Tumult made; And those, that impiously Thee hate, In Pride lift up the Head. 3. Against thy People they consult, And all their Craft employ; Their chief Design's thy hidden ones Intirely to destroy. 4. "Come, said they, let us wholly root "The Nation from the Ground; "That Isr'el's hated Name, no more "Be in Remembrance found. 5. Together they, with one Consent, In Counsel, have combin'd; These differing Nations, close in League, Against Thee, Lord, are join'd. 6. There's Esau's Sons, who dwell in Tents, Ishm'el's rejected Line, Moab, of Incest eldest Brood, With Hagar's Arabs joyn. 7. Strong Gebal, Ammon, Moab's Kin, With Amalek conspire; The Lords of Palestine's Sea Coast,, And with them wealthy Tyre. 8. Proud Asbur's pow'rfull Troops, the League, And common Cause, espouse; These prove the strongest Arm of Strength,, To Lot's apostate House. Second Part 9. But let such Vengeance on them fall, As Midian overtook; As Sisera, and Jabin, felt, At Kishon's fatal Brook. 10. Where all their mighty num'rous Host, Were put to Rout, and slain; Who left their Carcasses for Dung, On Endor^s fertile Plain. 11. As Zeb, and Oreb, make their Chiefs, Like Vengeance seise them all: As Zeba, and Zalmunna, fell. May all their Princes fall. 12. Who boasting, said, "Let's seise for ours "Each House of God we find. 13. My God, to Ruin whirl them round. As Chaff before the Wind. 14. As raging Fire consumes the Woods^, With Flames the Mountains blaze. 15. So with thy Tempest them pursue, And with thy Storm amaze. 16. Their Faces fill with Shame, that they May seek Jehovah's Name. 17. Or them confound, and terrify, Until they dye in Shame. 18. The Nations then shall know, that thou. To whom alone pertains The Name Jehovah, art Most-high, O'er Earth's extended Plains.
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O God, To Our Repeated Cries

Author: John Barnard Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #11271 Meter: 8.6.8.6 Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal Lyrics: 1 O God, to our repeated cries, No longer silence keep; Hold not Thy peace, as unconcerned, Nor let Thy vengeance sleep. 2 For lo, Thine enemies, O God, Have a fierce tumult made; And those, that impiously Thee hate, In pride lift up the head. 3 Against Thy people they consult, And all their craft employ; Their chief design’s Thy hidden ones Entirely to destroy. 4 "Come," said they, "let us wholly root The nation from the ground; That Israel’s hated name, no more Be in remembrance found." 6 Together they, with one consent, In counsel, have combined; These differing nations, close in league, Against Thee, Lord, are joined. 7 There’s Esau’s sons, who dwell in tents, Ishmael’s rejected line, Moab, of incest eldest brood, With Hagar’s Arabs join. 8 Strong Gebal, Ammon, Moab’s kin, With Amalek conspire; The lords of Palestine’s sea coast, And with them wealthy Tyre. 9 Proud Assur’s powerful troops, the league, And common cause, espouse; These prove the strongest arm of strength, To Lot’s apostate house. 10 But let such vengeance on them fall, As Midian overtook; As Sisera, and Jabin, felt, At Kison’s fatal brook. 11 Where all their mighty numerous host, Were put to rout, and slain; Who left their carcasses for dung, On Endor’s fertile plain. 12 As Zeeb, and Oreb, make their chiefs, Like vengeance seize them all: As Zebah, and Zalmunna, fell. May all their princes fall. 13 Who boasting, said, "Let’s seize for ours Each house of God we find." My God, to ruin whirl them round. As chaff before the wind. 14 As raging fire consumes the woods, With flames the mountains blaze. So with Thy tempest them pursue, And with Thy storm amaze. 15 Their faces fill with shame, that they May seek Jehovah’s name. Or them confound, and terrify, Until they die in shame. 16 The nations then shall know that Thou, To whom alone pertains The name Jehovah, art Most High, O’er earth’s extended plains. Languages: English Tune Title: LAFAYETTE

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