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They shall abundantly utter the memory of

thy-great | goodness, And shall | sing—of | th-y | righteousness. The Lord is gracious, and full of—com |

passion: Slow to an-ger, and of-great | mercy.

The Lord is good—to ! all;
And his tender mercies are ov-er | all—his

works.
All thy works shall praise thee,-0 Lord;
And th-y | saints-shall | bless thee.

They shall speak of the glory—of thy | kingdom,
And talk-ofth-y power ;
To make known to the sons of men his |

might-y | acts, And the glorious | majest-y | of—his | kingdom.

Thy kingdom is an ever | last-ing | kingdom, And thy dominion endureth through | out—all |

gen-erations. The Lord upholdeth | all—that | fall, And raiseth up all | those that—be | bow-ed !

down.

season.

The eyes of all | wait up-on thee;
And thou givest them their meat-in | du-e|
Thou openest--thine | hand,
And satisfiest the desire of ev-ery | liv~ing |

thing.

The Lord is righteous in | all-his ways,
And | holy-in | all—his works.
The Lord is nigh unto all them that | call-

up on him,
To all that I call-up / on him—in | truth

He will fulfil the desire of them-that | fear

him : He also will hear—their | cry,- and will save

them. The Lord preserveth all them that I love him: But all the | wicked-will | hede stroy.

My | mouth-shall / speak
The prai-se of—the | Lord ;
And let all flesh bless his | ho-ly | name
For | - | ver-and ever.

56.

PRAISE | ye—the | Lord.
Praise the Lord, | 0—my | soul.
While I live will I | praise--the Lord :
I will sing praises unto my God | while-I

have any | being.

Put not your trust in princes, nor in the 1

son of | man, In whom—there is--no help. His breath goeth forth, he returneth | to-his !

earth; In that | very-day | his—thoughts | perish.

Happy is he that hath the God of Jacob | for

his help, Whose hope is in the Lord-his God: Which made heaven, and earth, the sea, and all

that i there—in is ; Which | keep-eth | truth—for ever;

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Which executeth judgment | for the

pressed : Which giv-eth | food—to the | hungry. The Lord looseth—the prisoners : The Lord I openeth—the eyes of—the | blind :

The Lord raiseth them that are | bow-ed !

down : The Lo—rd | loveth-the righteous : The Lord pre | serveth—the strangers ; He relieveth the father -- less ✓ and—the 1

widow :

But the way of—the wicked
He | turn-eth | up--side down.
The Lord shall reign-forever,
Even thy God, o Zion, unto all generations.

Prai-se / ye--the Lord.

57.

PRAISE | ye—the Lord :
For it is good to sing | prai-ses unto-our |

God;
For | it—is | pleasant :
An—d | praise—is | comely.

The Lord doth | build up-Je | rusalem;
He gathereth to | gether—the | outcasts--of |

Israel.
He healeth the broken-in heart,
And bind-eth up—their wounds.

He telleth the number of the stars ;
He calleth them | a-11 | by-their names.
Great is our Lord, I and of-great power :
His | un—der | standing—is | infinite.

The Lord lifteth | up—the meek :
He casteth the wick-ed | down-to the

ground. Sing unto the Lord | with-thanks I giving ; Sing praise upon the | ha-rp | unto-our | God;

Who covereth the heaven with clouds, who pre

pareth | rain for the earth, Who maketh grass to grow-up | on---the !

mountains. He giveth to the beast—his | food, And to the you-ng | ravens—which cry.

He delighteth not in the strength—of the |

horse : He taketh not pleasure in the le-gs | of—a | The Lord taketh pleasure in | them—that | fear

him, In | those—that | hope in—his | mercy.

man.

Praise the Lord, 0-Jerusalem ;
Praise th-y God,-0 | Zion.
For he hath strengthened the 1. bars of_thy |

gates ; He hath | blessed—thy | children—with | in

thee.

He maketh | peace in—thy | borders,
And filleth thee with the I fin-est | of—the |

wheat. He sendeth forth his commandment | up-on |

earth: His word | run-neth | ve-ry swiftly.

He giveth | snow—like wool:
He scattereth the hoa-r | frost-like | ashes :
He casteth forth his | ice-like morsels :
Who can | stand-be | fore—his | cold ?

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He sendeth out-his word,
Andme-t-eth | them :
He causeth his wind-to blow,
And--the wa-ters flow.

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