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PSALMS OF DAVID
1 Bedford; Tallis ; Old 1st. * 1 That man hath perfect blessedness
who walketh not astray In counsel of ungodly men,
nor stands in sinners' way,
Nor sitteth in the scorner's chair: maj 2 But placeth his delight
Upon God's law, and meditates
on his law day and night.
near planted by a river,
and his leaf fadeth never:
And all he doth shall prosper well. mp 4 The wicked are not so;
But like they are unto the chaff,
which wind drives to and fro.
m 5 In judgment therefore shall not stand
such as ungodly are;
shall wicked men appear.
unto the Lord is known: Whereas the way of wicked men
shall quite be overthrown. 2
Chant 249. York; Westminster. m 1 Why rage the heathen? and vain things
why do the people mind ?
and princes are combin'd,
Anointed, saying thus,
and cast their cords from us.
Where high the heav'n-ly tem- ple stands, The house of God Ач great High Priest our na - ture wears, The guard-ian of
not made with hands, man-kind
m 4 He that in heaven sits shall laugh ;
the Lord shall scorn them all.
in rage he vex them shall.
to be my King appointed ;
I have him King anointed.
the Lord hath said to me,
I have begotten thee.
the heathen I'll make thine;
will give earth's utmost line.
of iron, break them all ;
them dash in pieces small. m 10 Now therefore, kings, be wise; be taught,
ye judges of the earth :
join trembling with your mirth.
ye perish from the way,
St. Ann. Chant 923. m 1 O LORD, how are my foes increas'd?
against me many rise. 2 Many say of my soul, mp For him mp
in God no succour lies,
th' uplifter of mine head.
the Lord me answer made.
for God sustained me. § 6 I will not fear though thousands ten
set round against me be. m 7 Arise, O Lord ; save me, my God;
for thou my foes hast stroke All on the cheek-bone, and the teeth
of wicked men hast broke, f 8 Salvation doth appertain
unto the Lord alone:
thy people is upon.
ap 2 Oye the sons of men ! how long
will ye love vanities?
and will ye follow lies?
the godly man doth choose : The Lord, when I on him do call,
to hear will not refuse. mp 4 Fear, and sin not; talk with your heart
on bed, and silent be.
and in the Lord trust ye.
is that which many say:
Lord, lift on us alway.
more gladness I have found
did most with them abound. (wine THE 8 I will both lay me down in peace,
and quiet sleep will take; j Because thou only me to dwell
in safety, Lord, dost make. 5 St. Matthias ; Spohr. m 1 Give ear unto my words, O Lord,
my meditation weigh,
2 Hear my loud cry, my King, my God;
for I to thee will pray. 3 Lord, thou shalt early hear my voice :
I early will direct
an answer will expect.
in wickedness delight;
All that ill-doers are thou hat'st;
abhorred is by thee. m 7 But I into thy house will come
in thine abundant grace ;
toward thy holy place.
Lord, in thy righteousness
make straight before my face.
their inward part is ill ;
their tongue doth flatter still.
Them for their many sins cast out,
for they 'gainst thee rebell’d. F11 But let all joy that trust in thee,
and still make shouting noise ; For them thou sav'st: let all that love
thy name in thee rejoice. 12 For, Lord, unto the righteous man
thou wilt thy blessing yield : With favour thou wilt compass him
about, as with a shield.
7 Mineeye,consum'd with grief,growsold,
Because of all mine enemies. m 8 Hence from me, wicked workers all ;
For God hath heard my weeping cries. mf 9 God hath my supplication heard,
My pray'r received graciously. 10 Sham'd and sore vex'd be all my foes,
Sham'd and back turned suddenly.
ANOTHER VERSION OF THE SAME.
old Sacony. p 1 LORD, in thy wrath rebuke me not;
Nor in thy hot rage chasten me. 2 Lord, pity me, for I am weak:
Heal me, for my bones vexed be. 3 My soul is also vexed sore;
But, Lord, how long stay wilt thou make? c 4 Return, O Lord, my soul set free;
O save me, for thy mercies' sake.
Of thee shall no remembrance have;
Give praises lying in the grave? mp 6 I with my groaning weary am,
I also all the night my bed
Walsal. Chant 260. p 1 In thy great indignation,
O Lord, rebuke me not;
in thy displeasure hot.
have mercy, and me spare :
my bones much vexed are.
how long stay wilt thou make ? m 4 Return, Lord, free my soul ; and save
me, for thy mercies' sake.
no more remembrance be:
who shall give thanks to thee?
mp 6 I with my groaning weary am,
and all the night my bed
my couch I watered.
mine eye consumed is ;
that be mine enemies.
that work iniquity : af For why? the Lord hath heard my voice,
when I did mourn and cry. 9 Unto my supplication
the Lord did hearing give :
the Lord will it receive.
that en'mies are to me;
ashamed let them be.
my foe was I did free ;)
my soul, and my life thrust
mine honour in the dust. mf 6 Rise in thy wrath, Lord, raise thyself,
for my foes raging be ;
commanded, wake for me.
about encompass thee :
unto thy place on high. s 8 The Lord he shall the people judge ;
my judge, JEHOVAH, be, After my righteousness, and mine integrity in me.
Bangor; St. Nicholas Chant 261. ma 1 0 LORD my God, in thee do I
my confidence repose :
my persecuting foes ;
should, like a lion, tear,