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Teach me thy way, O Lord; I will | walk in

thy | truth: Unite my heart-to fear—thy name. I will praise thee, O Lord my God, with | all

my heart : And I will glorify thy | name—for | ev-er |


For great is thy | mer-cy | toward me:
And thou hast delivered my soul—from the

low-est | hell. O God, the proud are risen-against me, And the assemblies of violent men have sought

after my soul, and have not-set | theem before them.

But I thou,-0 | Lord,
Art'a God | full of-com | passion,—and |

Lo |—ng | suffering,
And plenteous—in | mercy-and | truth.

0 | turn-unto | me,
And have mer | cy-up / on me;
Give thy strength | unto—thy | servant,
And save the son of—thine | handmaid.

Show me a | token-for good;
That they which hate me may see it,--and |

be ashamed:
Because—thou, Lord,
Hast holpen | me, -and comfort-ed | me.


I CRIED unto | God—with my | voice,
Even unto God with my voice; and he gave |

ear—unto | me. In the day of my trouble I sought-the | Lord, My sore ran in the night, and ceased not: my

soul re | fus—ed | to—be comforted.

I remembered God, and—was troubled :
I complained, and my | spirit—was | ovớer |

Thou holdest mine I ey-es / waking :
I am so troubled | that I can—not | speak.

I have considered the days—of | old,
The years—of | an-cient | times.
I call to remembrance my | song—in the night:
I commune with mine own heart: and my !

spirit-made | dili-gent | search.

Will the Lord cast off-for ever?
And will he-be favourable- no more?
Is his mercy clean | gone-for ever?
Doth his promise | fail-for ev-er | more?

Hath God for gotten—to be gracious ?
Hath he in anger | shut up-his | ten-der |

mercies? And I said, This is-my infirmity : But I will remember the years of the right |

hand-of | the—Most | High.


I will remember the works of the Lord : Surely I will remember—thy | wonders—of |

old. I will meditate also of | all—thy | work, And | talk—of | th-y | doings.

Thy way, O God, is | in—the sanctuary :
Who is so great-a | God as-our | God!
Thou art the God that do-est wonders :
Thou hast declared thy | strength-a | mong-

the people.

Thou hast with thine arm re | deemed—thy |

people, The sons-of | Jacob—and Joseph. The waters saw thee, O God, the waters saw thee:

they | were—a | fraid : The dep—ths | also—were | troubled.

The clouds poured out water : the skies 1

sent out-à sound : Thine arrows | al—50 | went

-a | broad. The voice of thy thunder was in the heaven: the

lightnings | lightened—the world : The ear-th' trembled and shook.

Thy way is in the sea, and thy path in the

grea—t | waters;
And thy | foot-steps are not known.
Thou leddest thy | people-like a | flock
By the hand-of | Moses—and | Aaron.


HOW amiable | are—thy | tabernacles,
0 Lo-rd-of | hosts!
My soul longeth, yea,

even fainteth, for the courts of the Lord. My heart and my flesh crieth | out-for the

living God.

Yea, the sparrow hath | found-an | house, And the swallow a nest for herself, where she

may | lay—her | young, Even thine altars, 0 | Lord—of | hosts, My | Ki—ng, and—my 1 God.

Blessed are they that dwell in—thy | house :
They | will be—still | prais-ing | thee.
Blessed is the man whose | strength-is | in thee,
In whose | heart—are the ways-of them :

Who passing through the valley of Baca, | make

it—a | well; The rain | al—so | filleth-the pools. They go from strength—to strength ; Every one of them in Zion ap | peareth-be |

fore God.

O Lord God of hosts, hear-my prayer ;
Give ear,-0 God-of Jacob.
Behold, O God, our shield,
And look upon the face of thine-anointed.

For a | day in-thy | courts
Is | better | than-a | thousand.
I had rather be a door-keeper in the house of

my God, Than to dwell-in the / tents-of/ wickedness.

For the Lord God is a sun-and shield :
The Lord will give grace—and | glory:
No good thing will he withhold from them that

wa-lk | uprightly. O Lord of hosts, blessed is the man--that I

trusteth-in thee,


LORD, thou hast been favourable | unto-thy |

land : Thou hast brought | back the cap | tivity-of

Jacob. Thou hast forgiven the in | iquity —of thy |

people; Thou hast cover-ed all—their sin.

Thou hast taken away | all-thy | wrath :
Thou hast turned thyself from the fierceness |

of-thine | anger. Turn us, O God of our salvation, And cause thine an-ger 1 toward us—to I


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