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PSALM 133. First Part. C.M.
Brotherly love. (cont.)

  1 Brethren whose cheerful hearts unite
   In bonds of piety.
  2 When streams of love from Christ, the spring,
   Descend to ev'ry soul,
And heav'nly peace with balmy wing,
   Shades and bedews the whole:
  3 'Tis like the oil divinely sweet,
   On Aaron's rev'rend head;
The trickling drops perfum'd his feet
   And o'er his garments spread.
  4 'Tis pleasant as the morning dews
   That fall on Zion's hill;
Where God his mildest glory shows,
   And makes his grace distil.

PSALM 133. Second Part. S.M.
Love and worship in a Family.

  1 BLEST are the sons of peace,
   Whose hearts and hopes are one;
Whose kind designs to serve and please,
   Thro' all their actions run.
  2 Blest is the pious house,
   Where zeal and friendship meet:
Their songs of praise, their mingled vows,
   Make their communion sweet.
  3 Thus, on the heav'nly hills
   The saints ate blest above,
Where joy, like morning dew, distils,
   And all the air is love.

PSALM 134. C.M.
Daily and nightly devotion.

  1 YE that obey th' immortal King,
   Attend his holy place;
Bow to the glories of his pow'r,
   And bless his wondrous grace.

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PSALM 134. C.M.
Daily and nightly devotion. (cont.)

  2 Lift up your hands by morning light,
   And raise your souls on high;
Send your admiring thoughts by night
   Above the starry sky.
  3 The God of Zion cheers our hearts,
   With rays of quick'ning grace;
The God that spread the heav'ns abroad,
   And rules the swelling seas.

PSALM 135. First Part. L.M.
The church is God's house and care.

  1 PRAISE ye the Lord, exalt his name,
While in his earthly courts ye wait,
Ye saints that to his house belong,
Or stand attending at his gate.
  2 Praise ye the Lord, the Lord is good;
To praise his name is sweet employ:
Israel he chose of old, and still
His church is his peculiar joy.
  3 The Lord himself will judge his saints;
He treats his servants as his friends:
And when he hears their sore complaints,
Repents the sorrows, that he sends.
  4 Thro' ev'ry age the Lord declares
His name, and breaks th' oppressor's rod;
He gives his suff'ring servants rest,
And will be known th' Almighty God.
  5 Bless ye the Lord, who taste his love;
People and priests exalt his name:
Among his saints he ever dwells;
His church is his Jerusalem.

PSALM 135. Second Part. L.M.
Creation, Providence and Redemption.

  1 GREAT is the Lord, exalted high,
Above all pow'rs and ev'ry throne;

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