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PSALM 34. Second Part. L.M.
Saints are under the protection of God. (cont.)

  1 LORD, I will bless thee ail my days;
Thy praise shall dwell upon my tongue;
My soul shall glory in thy grace;
While saints rejoice to hear the song.
  2 Come, magnify the Lord with me;
Come, let us all exalt his name:
I sought th' eternal God, and he
Has not expos'd my hope to shame.
  3 I told him all my secret grief;
My secret groaning reached his ears:
He gave my inward pains relief,
And calm'd the tumult of my fears.
  4 To him the poor lift up their eyes,
Their faces feel the heav'nly beam;
A beam of mercy, from the skies,
Fills them with light and joy supreme.
  5 His holy angels pitch their tents
Around the men, that serve the Lord:
O! fear, and love him, all his saints;
Taste of his grace, and trust his word.
  6 The wild young lions, pinch'd with pain
And hunger, roar thro' all the wood;
But none shall seek the Lord in vain,
Nor want supplies of real good.

PSALM 34. Third Part. L.M.
Religious education.

  1 CHILDREN in years and knowledge young,
Your parents' hope, your parents' joy,
Attend the counsels of my tongue:
Let pious thoughts your minds employ.
  2 If you desire a length of days,
And peace to crown your mortal state:

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PSALM 34. Third Part. L.M.
Religious education. (cont.)

  2 Restrain your feet from impious ways;
   Your lips from slander and deceit.
  3 The eyes of God regard his saints;
   His ears are open to their cries:
He sets his frowning face against
   The sons of violence, and lies.
  4 To humble souls and broken hearts
   God with his grace is ever nigh:
Pardon and hope his love imparts,
   When men in deep contrition lie.
  5 He tells their tears, he counts their groans;
   His Son redeems their souls from death:
His Spirit heals their broken bones;
   While they in praise employ their breath.

PSALM 34. Fourth Part. C.M.
Peace and holiness.

  1 THE Lord forever guards the just,
   His ears attend their cry:
When broken spirits dwell in dust,
   The God of grace is nigh.
  2 What tho' the sorrows, here they taste,
   Be sharp and tedious too;
The Lord, who saves his saints at last,
   Is their supporter now.
  3 Evil shall smite the wicked dead;
   But God secures his own;
Prevents the mischief when they slide,
   Or heals the broken bone.
  4 When desolation, like a flood,
   O'er the proud sinner rolls;
Saints find a refuge in their God:
   For he redeems their souls.

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