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PSALM 30. Second Part. L.M.
Sickness healed. (cont.)

  8 My groans, and tears, and forms of woe,
Are turn'd to joy and praises now;
I throw my sackcloth on the ground,
And ease and gladness gird me round.
  9 My tongue, the glory of my frame,
Shall ne'er be silent of thy name:
Thy praise shall sound thro' earth and heav'n,
For sickness heal'd and sins forgiv'n.

PSALM 31. First Part. C.M.
Deliverance from death.

  1 INTO thy hand, O God of truth,
   My spirit I commit;
Thou hast redeem 'd my soul from death,
   And sav'd me from the pit.
  2 The passions of my hope and fear
   Maintain'd a doubtful strife;
While sorrow, pain, and sin conspir'd
   To take away my life.
  3 "My times are in thy hand," I cry'd,
   "Tho' I draw near the dust:"
Thou art the refuge where I hide,
   The God in whom I trust.
  4 O make thy reconciled face
   Upon thy servant shine,
And save me for thy mercy's sake!
   For I'm entirely thine.
  5 'Twas in my haste my spirit said,
   "I must despair and die;
"I am cut off before thine eyes;"
   But thou hast heard my cry.
  6 Thy goodness how divinely free!
   How wond'rous is thy grace
To those that fear thy majesty,
   And trust thy promises!

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PSALM 31. First Part. C.M.
Deliverance from death. (cont.)

  7 O love the Lord, all ye his saints,
   And sing his praises loud:
He'll bend his ear to your complaints,
   And recompense the proud.

PSALM 31. Second Part. C.M.
Deliverance from slander and reproach.

  1 MY heart rejoices in thy name,
   My God, my help, my trust:
Thou hast preserv'd my face from shame,
   Mine honour from the dust.
  2 "My life is spent with grief," I cried,
   "My years consum'd in groans;
"My strength decays; mine eyes are dried;
   "And sorrow wastes my bones."
  3 Among mine enemies my name
   Was a mere proverb grown;
"While to my neighbours I became
   Forgotten and unknown.
  4 Slander and fear on ev'ry side
   Seiz'd and beset me round:
I to the throne of grace apply'd,
   And speedy rescue found.
  5 How great deliv'rance thou hast wrought
   Before the sons of men!
The lying lips to silence brought,
   And made their boastings vain!
  6 Thy children, from the strife of tongues,
   Shall thy pavilion hide;
Guard them from infamy and wrong;
   And crush the sons of pride.
  7 Within thy secret presence. Lord,
   Let me forever dwell:
No fenced city wall'd and barr'd
   Secures a saint so well.

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