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Praise ye the Lord, his servants praise

Praise ye the Lord, his servants praise

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1 Praife ye the Lord, his servants praise,
Jehovah's name, O praise.
2 O bleffed be Jehovah's name
From henceforth, and always.
3 From rising to the setting sun,
The Lord's name's to be prais'd.
4 The Lord all nations is above,
O'er heav'n his glory rais'd,

5 To God our Lord, that dwells on high
Who can compared be
6 Who all that is in heav'n and earth
Humbles himself to see.
7 The needy from the dull doth raise,
From dunghill raises high.
8 The poor with princes ev'n to set,
His peoples princes by.

9 The barren woman house to keep
He maketh; and to be
A joyful mother children to;
Therefore the Lord praise ye.

Source: The Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New-Testament: faithfully translated into English metre: for the use, edification, and comfort of the saints...especially in New-England (25th ed) #PCXIII

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