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5. HO, every one that thirsteth, come ye to

the waters; And he that hath no money, | come-ye,

buy-and eat; Yea, come, buy | wine-and milk Without | money—and | with-out / price. Incline your ear, and come | un—to | me: Hear, / and—your soul_shall | live; And I will make an everlasting cove-nant

with you,

Even the su—re | mercies—of | David.
Seek ye the Lord while he may—be found;
Call ye upon | him--while

he—is | near :
Let the wicked for sake-his way,
And the un | righteous man-his I thoughts :
And let him return unto the Lord,
And he | will—have mercy-up / on him:
And to-our God,
For he | will—a | bundant-ly | pardon.
For my thoughts are not-your thoughts,
Neither are your ways | my-ways, I saith—the |

Lord. For as the heavens are higher | than the earth, So are my ways higher than your ways, and |

my-thoughts I than-your thoughts, For ye shall

go | out—with joy, And be le-a | forth-with peace : The mountains and the hills shall break forth

before you | in-to singing, And all the trees of the T field-shall | clap

their hands.


For the Lord God omnipo-tent | reigneth.
The kingdoms of this world are become the

kingdoms of our Lord and of his Christ, and he shall reign--for ever—and ever.

We give thee thanks, O Lord God Almighty, who

art, and wast, and | art-to | come: King of kings,—and | Lord—of lords.

Salvation unto our God who sitteth upon the

throne, and | unto—the Lamb.
A | men !-Halle | lujah,-A | men.
Blessing, and glory, and wisdom, and thanks-

giving, and honour, and power,-and | might, Be unto our God,-for ever-and ever. Amen. Hallelujah, Hallelujah.


HOLY, holy, holy, Lord | God-Almighty,
Which was, and is,-and| isto come.
Thou art worthy, O Lord, to receive glory and I

honour--and | power : For thou hast created all things, and for thy

pleasure they | are—and I were-crea | ted.

Blessing, and honour, and glory, and power, be

unto him that sitteth up on—the throne, And unto the | Lamb—for | ever--and | ever. We give thee thanks, O Lord God Almighty, Which art, and wast,—and | art~to come.

Great and marvellous are thy works, Lord I

God Almighty, Just and true are thy | ways,—thou | King—of |

saints. Who shall not fear thee,—0 | Lord, And | glo-ri | fy—thy | name?


AND there shall come forth a rod out of the

stem-of Jesse, And a branch shall gr—ow out of–his roots: And the Spirit of the Lord shall | rest—up |

on him, The spirit of wisdom—and | un-der | standing,

The spirit of counsel—and | might,
The spirit of knowledge and of the fea-r|

of the Lord ; And shall make him of quick understanding in

the fear of-the Lord : And he shall not judge after the sight of his eyes,

neither reprove after the | hear—ing of–his i

ears :

But with righteousness shall he | judge the

poor, And reprove with equity for the I me—ek | of

the earth : And he shall smite the earth with the | rod

of his mouth, And with the breath of his lips | shall-he|

slay—the wicked.


The wolf also shall | dwell—with the lamb,
And the leopard shall | lie-down with-the |
And the calf and the young lion and the I

fatling—to gether;
And a little child-shall | lead them,

And the cow and the bear shall feed : their

young ones shall lie down-together : And the lion shall eat / str-aw | like-the ox. And the sucking child shall play on the |

hole of—the asp, And the weaned child shall put his hand

on the cock-atrice' den.

And they shall not hurt-nor destroy,
In | all--my | holy | mountain :
For the earth shall be full of the knowledge |

of the Lord,
As the, wa-ters | cover-the sea.


BEHOLD, a king shall | reign-in / righteous

ness, And I princes-shall | rule—in judgment. And a man shall be as an hiding place from the

wind, and a covert from-the tempest; As rivers of water in a dry place, as the shadow

of a great | rock-in a I wea-ry | land.

The wilderness and the solitary place shall be

glad--for them ; And the desert shall rejoice, and | blos-som |

as—the | rose. It shall | blossom—a | bundantly, And rejoice | even-with joy-and | singing ;

Then the eyes of the blind | shall—be opened, And the ears of the deaf — shall be —

un stopped. Then shall the lame man | leap as-man | hart, And the tongue of-the du-mb | sing:

And the ransomed of the Lord shall-re | turn, And come to Zion with songs and everlasting |

joy-up | on—their heads : They shall obtain I joy-and | gladness, And sorrow and sighing-shall | flee—a | way.

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