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PSALM 21. Third Part. C.M.
Christ exalted to the kingdom. (cont.)

  6 Thy vengeance shall consume his foes;
Thy wrath devour their guilty souls.

PSALM 22. First Part. C.M.
Christ forsaken on the cross.

  1 MY God, my God, why hast thou left
   My soul without relief!
Of thy blest smiles to be bereft
   Exceeds all other grief.
  2 But thou art holy, O my God,
   And wilt not spare thy Son;
As Saviour, he must bear the load,
   And taste the curse alone.
  3 Our fathers trusted in thy name,
   And great deliv'rance found;
But I'm a worm despis'd of men,
   And trodden to the ground.
  4 Shaking the head, they pass me by,
   And laugh my soul to scorn;
"In vain he trusts in God," they cry,
   "Neglected and forlorn."
  5 Yet, thou, O God! hast form'd my flesh,
   By thy almighty word,
And since I hung upon the breast,
   My hope is in the Lord.
  6 My God, if possible it be,
   Withhold this bitter cup:
But I resign my will to thee,
   And drink the sorrows up.
  7 My heart dissolves with pangs unknown;
   In groans I waste my breath:
Thy heavy hand hath brought me down
   Low as the dust of death.
  8 Father, I give my spirit up,
   And trust it in thine hand:

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PSALM 22. First Part. C.M.
Christ forsaken on the cross. (cont.)

  8 My dying flesh shall rest in hope,
   And rise at thy command.

PSALM 22. Second Part. C.M.
Christ crucified.

  1 WRITHING in pain, our Saviour pray'd
   With mighty cries and tears:
In that dread hour, his Father heard,
   And chas'd away his fears.
  2 Great was the vict'ry of his death;
   His throne exalted high:
And all the kindreds of the earth
   Shall worship or shall die.
  3 A num'rous race shall mount the skies
   On his expiring groans:
They shall be reckon'd in his eyes
   For daughters and for sons.
  4 The meek and humble souls shall see
   His table richly spread:
And all that seek the Lord shall be
   With joys immortal fed.
  5 The isles shall know the righteousness
   Of our incarnate God:
And nations yet unborn profess
   Salvation in his blood.

PSALM 22. Third Part. L.M.
The sufferings and story of Christ.

  1 NOW let our mournful songs record
The dying sorrows of our Lord;
When he complain'd in tears and blood,
As one forsaken of his God.
  2 The Jews beheld him thus forlorn,
And shook their heads and laugh'd in scorn:
"He rescu'd others from the grave;
"Now let him try himself to save."

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