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PSALM 110. Second Part. C.M.
Christ's kingdom and priesthood. (cont.)

  6 And strike the pow'rs and princes dead,
   Who dare oppose his reign.

PSALM 110. Third Part. L.M.
The council of peace.

  1 JESUS the Priest ascends the throne;
While counsels of eternal peace
Between the Father and the Son,
Proceed with honour and success.
  2 Thro' the whole earth his reign shall spread
And crush the pow'rs that dare rebel:
Then shall he judge the rising dead,
And send the guilty world to hell.
  3 Tho' while he treads his glorious way,
He drinks the cup of tears and blood;
The suff'rings of that dreadful day
Shall but advance him near to God.

PSALM 111. First Part. C.M.
The wisdom of God in his works.

  1 SONGS of immortal praise belong
   To my almighty God:
He hath my heart, and he my tongue,
   To spread his name abroad.
  2 How great the works, his hand hath wrought!
   How glorious in our sight!
And men in ev'ry age have sought
   His wonders with delight.
  3 How most exact is nature's frame!
   How wise th' Eternal mind!
His counsels never change the scheme,
   That his first thoughts design'd.
  4 When he redeemed his chosen sons,
   He fix'd his cov'nant sure:
The orders, that his lips pronounce
   To endless years endure.

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PSALM 111. First Part. C.M.
The wisdom of God in his works. (cont.)

  5 Nature and time, and earth and skies,
   Thy heav'nly skill proclaim:
What shall we do to make us wise,
   But learn to read thy name?
  6 To fear thy pow'r, to trust thy grace,
   Is our divinest skill;
And he's the wisest of our race,
   Who best obeys thy will.

PSALM 111. Second Part. C.M.
The perfections of God.

  1 GREAT is the Lord, his works of might
   Demand our noblest songs:
Let his assembled saints unite
   Their harmony of tongues.
  2 Great is the mercy of the Lord,
   He gives his children food;
And ever mindful of his word,
   He makes his promise good.
  3 His Son, the great Redeemer, came
   To seal his cov'nant sure:
Holy and rev'rend is his name;
   His ways are just and pure.
  4 They that would grow divinely wise,
   Must with his fear begin:
Our fairest proof of knowledge lies
   In hating ev'ry sin.

PSALM 112. C.M.
The blessings of the pious and charitable.

  1 HAPPY is he tliat fears the Lord,
   And follows his commands;
Who lends the poor, without reward,
   Or gives with lib'ral hands.
  2 As pity dwells within his breast
   To all the sons of need;

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