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1 O praise the Lord of Heav'n,
Whose mercy never fails;
Six Troubles come, and also Sev'n,
But still his Grace prevails.
2 The Year that's almost past
His Goodness did proclaim;
His Love doth now and always last,
Give glory to his Name.
3 How Wond'rous are his Ways
Which he to us makes known!
We join to sing our Makers Praise;
And worship him alone.
4 When we the Year begun
We rais'd our chearful songs;
And surely when its Course is run
To God our Praise belongs.
5 His Mercies till are new,
Let us extol his Love
May we this Blessed Theme pursue
Till we shall meet above.Source: The Christians Duty, exhibited, in a series of Hymns: collected from various authors, designed for the worship of God, and for the edification of Christians (1st Ed.) #CCXXV