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PSALM 132. First Part. C.M.
At the ordination of a minister. (cont.)

  4 Here will I meet the hungry poor,
And fill their souls with living bread;
Sinners that wait before my door,
With sweet provision shall be fed.
  5 Girded with truth, and cloth'd with grace,
My priest, my ministers shall shine:
Not Aaron, in his costly dress,
Made an appearance so divine.
  6 The saints, unable to contain
Their inward joy, shall shout and sing:
The Son of David here shall reign,
And Zion triumph in her King.
  7 Jesus shall see a num'rous seed
Born here, t' uphold his glorious name;
His crown shall flourish on his head,
While all his foes are cloth'd with shame.

PSALM 132. Second Part. C.M.
At the dedication of a Church.

  1 ARISE, O King of grace, arise,
   And enter to thy rest:
Lo! thy church waits with longing eyes,
   Thus to be own'd and blest.
  2 Enter with all thy glorious train,
   Thy Spirit and thy word:
All, that the ark did once contain,
   Could no such grace afford.
  3 Clothe all thy ministers with grace,
   Let truth their tongues employ;
That in the Saviour's righteousness
   Thy saints may shout for joy.
  4 Here, mighty God! accept our vows,
   Here let thy praise be spread;
Bless the provisions of thy house,
   And fill thy poor with bread.

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PSALM 132. Second Part. C.M.
At the dedication of a Church. (cont.)

  5 Here let the Son of David reign,
   Let God's anointed shine;
Justice and truth his court maintain,
   With love and pow'r divine.

PSALM 132. Third Part. C.M.
The privileges of the church under the New-Testament.

  1 THE Lord in Zion plac'd his throne,
   His ark was settled there:
To Zion the whole nation came,
   To worship thrice a year.
  2 But we have no such lengths to walk,
   Nor wander far abroad;
Where'er thy saints assemble now,
   There is a house for God.
  3 Blest Zion still, in God's esteem,
   All other seats excels:
Wherever he records his name,
   'Tis Zion; there he dwells.
  4 "Her store," says he, "I will increase,
   "Her poor with plenty bless;
"Her saints shall shout for joy; her priests
   "My saving health confess.
  5 "There David's pow'r shall long remain
   "In his establish'd line;
"There David's Son and Lord shall reign,
   "And with fresh lustre shine.
  6 "The faces of his vanquish'd foes
   "Confusion shall o'erspread;
"Whilst, with confirm'd success, his crown
   "Shall flourish on his head."

PSALM 133. First Part. C.M.
Brotherly love.

  1 LO! what an entertaining sight
   Are brethren that agree;

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