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That grateful Hearts can fend from
O lovely Peace, with Plenty crown'd,
Come spread thy Blessings all around; Let fleecy Flocks the Hills adorn,
And Vallies smile with wavy Corn; Let the shrill Trumpet ceafe, nor other Sound But Nature's Songsters, wake thecheerful Morn.
Rejoice, O Sion! and in Songs divine, With Cherubim, and Seraphim, harmonious Hailelujah, &c.
(joine XXV. O
All ye Works of the Lord, bless ye the Lord; praise him and magnify him for ever, O ye Angels of the Lord, &c.
ye Sun and Moon, &c.
ye Lightning and Clouds, &c.
ye Seas and Floods, &c.
O ye Children of Men, &c.
Beheld! and lo! a great Multitude which no
Man could number, of all Nations, and Kindreds, and People, and Tongues, stood before the Throne, and before the Lamb, clothed in white Robes, and Palms were in their Hands. And they cry'd with a loud Voice, saying, Salvation unto God, which fitteth on the Throne and unto the Lamb. And they cry'd with a loud Voice, saying, Blessing, Hallelujah, and Glory, and Wisdom, and Thanksgiving, and Honour and Power, and Might be unto the Lord God, for ever and ever. Amen. Hallelujah.
him will I trust; for the Lord is my Strength and my Song, and he is become my Salvation. Cry aloud, and fing untu the Lord; for great is the Holy-One of Israel. Hallelujah.
Note, P frands for Pfalm, H for Hymn, and
the Number for the Page where the
Ffalm, or Hymn, is to be found. ARISE, O Lord, defeat their Plots' p 8
All Laud and Praise with Heart p 10 Approach, ye piously dispoted
22 As pants the Hart for cooling Streams p 31 Awake, arise ; let seeming Sleep P 32 All People, that on Earth do dwell
P 53 Awake, cur Souls, away our Fears h 16 Awake, my Soul, and with the Sun h 17 Awake, our drowsy Souls
h 20 Arife betimes and praise the Lord Arofe I soon to praise the Lord Arise and hail the happy Day And now, my Soul, another Year Alass! and did my Saviour bleed Angels, roll the Rock away And will thy Table, Lord, be spreadlh 62,At thy Command, our deareft Lord, h 64. All Praise to the Lord
h 66 Awake, my Soul, stretch ev'ry Nerve h 105 All ye that pass by, Awake and fing the Song All seeing God! 'tis thine to know Absurd and vain Attempt! to bind All Nature lives by Toil
h 180 All Glory and Praise All who faithful Servants are
h : 23 h 24 h 34 h 37 h 40 h 47
h 113 h 119 h 142 h 143
h 190 h 195
h 284 h 287
Awake, my Soul, awake mine Eyes h 208
h 346 And let this feeble Body fail Awake, my Soul, nor slumb'ring lieh
357 And is the lovely Shadow filed Ah! where am I now Altho' the Figtree blossoin not h 371 All hail, the true Elijah Away, my unbelieving Fear Arife, my tend'rest Thoughts, arise h 413 A Charge to keep I have Ah ! lovely Appearance of Death h 417 Away with all our Trouble,
h 364 1 367
Bethou, o God, exalted high P 37
BlefsGod, mySoul;thou, Lord, alonep 55 Bless God, ye Servants that attend
68 Before Jehovah's awful Throne h 6 Blow ye the Trumpet, blow
h Benign Creator, bountcous Lord
Bleft is the Man who fears the Lord h 98
Come, Holy Ghoft, eternal God p 76