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PSALM 19. First Part. S.M.
The book of nature and scripture. (cont.)

  2 The darkness and the light
   Still keep their course the same;
While night to day, and day to night,
   Divinely teach his name.
  3 In ev'ry different land
   Their gen'ral voice is known:
They shew the wonders of his hand,
   And orders of his throne.
  4 Ye Western lands rejoice,
   Here he reveals his word:
We are not left to nature's voice
   To bid us know the Lord.
  5 His statutes and commands
   Are set before our eyes;
He puts his gospel in our hands,
   Where our salvation lies.
  6 His laws are just and pure,
   His truth without deceit;
His promises for ever sure,
   And his rewards are great.
  7 Not honey to the taste
   Affords so much delight;
Nor gold that has the furnace pass'd
   So much allures the sight.
  8 While of thy works I sing,
   Thy glory to proclaim;
Accept the praise, my God, my King,
   In my Redeemer's name.

PSALM 19. Second Part. S.M.
The word of God most excellent.

  1 BEHOLD! the morning sun
   Begins his glorious way;
His beams thro' all the nations run.
   And life and light convey.

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PSALM 19. Second Part. S.M.
The word of God most excellent. (cont.)

  2 But where the gospel comes,
   It spreads diviner light;
It calls dead sinners from their tombs,
   And gives the blind their sight.
  3 How perfect is thy word!
   And all thy judgments just:
For ever sure thy promise, Lord;
   And men securely trust.
  4 My gracious God, how plain
   Are thy directions giv'n!
Oh may I never read in vain,
   But find the path to heav'n!
  5 I hear thy word with love,
   And I would fain obey:
Send thy good Spirit from above.
   To guide me, lest I stray.
  6 O, who can ever find
   The errors of his ways!
Yet with a bold presumptuous mind,
   I would not dare transgress.
  7 Warn me of ev'ry sin;
   Forgive my secret faults;
And cleanse this guilty soul of mine,
   Whose crimes exceed my thoughts.
  8 While with my heart and tongue
   I spread thy praise abroad;
Accept the worship and the song,
   My Saviour and my God.

PSALM 19. Third Part. L.M.
The book of nature and scripture compared.

  1 THE heav'ns declare thy glory, Lord,
   In ev'ry star thy wisdom shines;
But when our eyes behold thy word,
   We read thy name in fairer lines.

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