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At thy re ! buke—they / fled;
which thou—hast | founded for them. Thou hast set a bound that they | may not
pass over ; That they turn not a | gain-to | cover—the
earth. He sendeth the springs | into—the | valleys, Which run-among-the hills. They give drink to every | beast-of the field : The wild | ass-es quench-their | thirst. By them 'shall the fowls of the heaven have
their habitation, Which | sing—a | mong—the branches. He watereth the hills from-his chambers: The earth is satisfied with the fruit—ofth-y|
works. He causeth the
for the cattle, and herb for the service-of | man: That he may bring forth | food | out of—the
And wine that maketh glad the heart of man,
and oil to make his | face-to | shine, And bread—which | strengtheneth--man's |
heart. The trees of the Lord are full-of | sap; The cedars of Leba--non which he-hath |
Where the birds | make—their | nests ;
house. The high hills are a refuge for the | wi–ld |
goats : And the ro cks | for—the | conies.
He appointed the moon-for seasons :
The young lions roar | after—their | prey,
Man goeth forth unto—his / work
hast thou | made-them | all :
So is this great and--wide sea,
small--and | grea-t | beasts. There | go—the ships : There is that leviathan, whom thou hast | made
to | play—there | in.
These wait | all-up / on thee:
du—e | season. That thou givest | them—they | gather ; Thou openest thine hand, they—are | filled
Thou hidest thy face, | they—are | troubled : Thou takest away their breath, they die, and
re 4 tu—mn | to—their dust. Thou sendest forth thy spirit, they | are
created : And thou re | newest—the face of—the | earth.
The glory of the Lord shall en / dure—for |
The Lord | shall—re joice in his works. He looketh on the earth,--and it trembleth : He toucheth the hi-lls, and—they | smoke.
I will sing unto the Lord as long as—I | live : I will sing praise to my God | while--I |
have—my being My meditation of him-shall be sweet : I will—be | glad—in the Lord.
Let the sinners be consumed out of —the |
O GIVE thanks unto the Lord, for he—is |
good : For his mercy-en dureth-forever. Let the redeemed of the Lo—rd say so, Whom he hath redeemed from—the hand of
And gathered them out of—the | lands,
nor-th, and from the south. They wandered in the wilderness in a | soli
tary | way; They | found—no | city—to | dwell in.
Hungry | an—d | thirsty,
trouble, And he delivered them out—of their—dis |
And he led them forth | by the right way, That they might go to a | city-of | ha—bi |
tation. Oh that men would praise the Lord | for-his
goodness, And for his wonderful works—to the children,
of | men!
For he satisfieth the long-ing | soul,
Such as sit in darkness and in the shadow
of death, Being bound-in affliction and iron;
Because they rebelled against the words—of |
God, And contemned the coun—sel | of the
Most High: Therefore he brought down their heart,
with labour : They fell down, and | there—was / none—to |
Then they cried unto the Lord in— their |
trouble, And he saved them | out-of | their—dis 1
tresses. He brought them out of darkness and the |
shadow-of death, And brake—their | bands—in | sunder.
O that men would praise the Lord | for—his |
goodness, And for his wonderful works—to the
children of men ! For he hath broken the gates-of brass, And cut the bars-of iron-in sunder.