Praise ye the Lord, sing to the Lord

Praise ye the Lord, sing to the Lord

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1 Praise ye the Lord, sing to the Lord
A new melodious song;
And in the congregation
His praise the saints among,
2 O now let Isra'l joyful be
In him who hath him made.
The sons of Sion in their king
O let them now be glad.

3 O let them with melodious flute
His name give praise unto;
Let them sing praises unto him
With timbrel, harp also.
4 Because Jehovah in his folk
Doth pleasure greatly take:
The meek he with salvation
Most beautiful will make.

5 The gracious holy ones let them
Most gloriously rejoyce:
Let them upon their beds also
Lift up their singing voice.
6 The praises high of God let be
Proclaimed in their word:
And let be ready in their hands
A double edged sword.

7 On heathen vengeance, on the folk
Judgments to execute.
8 Their kings in chains, in iron bands
Their noble men to shut,
9 The judgment upon them to do,
That's written in the word:
This honour is to all the saints,
Give praise unto the Lord.

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) #PCXLIX

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