The Lord will judge in righteousness, From him all truth and knowledge flow; The foolish thoughts of wicked men, How vain they are the Lord doth know. That man is blest whom thou, O Lord, With chastening hand dost teach thy will, For in the day when sinners fall That man in peace abideth still. Unless the Lord had been my help, My life had quickly passed away; But when my foot had almost slipped, O Lord, thy mercy was my stay.
Amid the doubts that fill my mind Thy comforts, Lord, bring joy to me; Can wickedness, though throned in might, Have fellowship, O Lord, with thee? The wicked, in their might arrayed, Against the righteous join their power, But to the Lord I flee for help, He is my Refuge and my Tower. With the morning light, O Lord, Thou shalt hear my voice arise, And expectant I will bring Prayer as morning sacrifice. Thou, Jehovah, art a God Who delightest not in sin; Evil shall not dwell with thee, Nor the proud thy favor win. Evil doers thou dost hate, Lying tongues thou wilt defeat; God abhors the man who loves Violence and base deceit.
In the fulness of thy grace To thy house I will repair; Bowing toward thy holy place, In thy fear to worship there. Lead me in thy righteousness, Let my foes assail in vain; Lest my feet be turned aside, Make thy way before me plain. False and faithless are my foes, In their mouth no truth is found; Deadly are the words they speak, All their thoughts with sin abound. Bring, O God, their plans to naught, Hold them guilty in thy sight, For against thee and thy law They have set themselves to fight.
O let all that trust thy care Ever glad and joyful be; Let them joy who love thy name, Safely guarded, Lord, by thee. For a blessing from thy store To the righteous thou wilt yield; Thou wilt compass him about With thy favor as a shield. What can the righteous do, What can for them avail, When all foundations are destroyed, And all the pillars fail? The Lord the righteous proves; But those who scorn the right, Who love deceit and violence Are hateful in his sight. For righteous is the Lord, He loveth righteousness, And with a gracious countenance The upright he will bless.
Blessed be for evermore That dread Name which we adore: Round the world his praise be sung Through all lands, in every tongue.
O'er all nations God alone, Higher than the heav'ns his throne; Who is like to God most high, Infinite in majesty! Yet to view the heav'ns he bends; Yea, to earth he condescends; Passing by the rich and great, For the low and desolate. He can raise the poor to stand With the princes of the land; Wealth upon the needy shower: Set him with the high in power. He the broken spirit cheers: Turns to joy the mourner's tears; Such the wonders of his ways; Praise his name, for ever praise! O my soul, praise him for he is thy health and salvation!
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All ye who hear, now to his temple draw near, Join me in glad adoration. Praise to the Lord, who o'er all things so wondrously reigneth, Shelters thee under his wings, yea, so gently sustaineth! Hast thou not seen how thy desires e'er have been Granted in what he ordaineth? Praise to the Lord, who doth prosper thy work and defend thee!
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Decked thee with health, and with loving hand guided and stayed thee. How oft in grief hath not he brought thee relief, Spreading his wings to o'ershade thee! Praise to the Lord! O let all that is in me adore him! All that hath life and breath, come now with praises before him.
Let the Amen sound from his people again; Gladly for aye we adore him. Unnumbered comforts to my soul Thy tender care bestowed, Before my infant heart conceived From whom those comforts flowed. When worn with sickness, oft hast thou With health renewed my face; And, when in sins and sorrows sunk, Revived my soul with grace. Ten thousand thousand precious gifts My daily thanks employ; Nor is the least a cheerful heart That tastes those gifts with joy.
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Through every period of my life Thy goodness I'll pursue; And after death, in distant worlds, The glorious theme renew. Through all eternity to thee A joyful song I'll raise; For O, eternity's too short To utter all thy praise. For ever firm thy justice stands, As mountains their foundations keep; Wise are the wonders of thy hands; Thy judgments are a mighty deep.
Thanksgiving Psalm (Reprise)
Thy providence is kind and large, Both man and beast thy bounty share; The whole creation is thy charge, But saints are thy peculiar care. My God, how excellent thy grace, Whence all our hope and comfort spring! The sons of Adam in distress Fly to the shadow of thy wing. From the provisions of thy house We shall be fed with sweet repast; There mercy like a river flows, And brings salvation to our taste. Life, like a fountain, rich and free, Springs from the presence of my Lord; And in thy light our souls shall see The glories promised in thy Word.
Put no confidence in princes, Nor for help on man depend; He shall die, to dust returning, And his purposes shall end. Happy is the man that chooses Israel's God to be his aid; He is blessed whose hope of blessing On the Lord his God is stayed. Heaven and earth the Lord created, Seas and all that they contain; He delivers from oppression, Righteousness he will maintain. Food he daily gives the hungry, Sets the mourning prisoner free, Raises those bowed down with anguish, Makes the sightless eyes to see. Well Jehovah loves the righteous, And the stranger he befriends, Helps the fatherless and widow, Judgment on the wicked sends.
Hallelujah, praise Jehovah, O my soul, Jehovah praise; I will sing the glorious praises Of my God through all my days.
Thy word and works unmoved remain, Thine every purpose to fulfil; All things are thine and thee obey, And all as servants wait thy will. The wicked would destroy my soul, But in thy truth is refuge sure; Exceeding broad is thy command, And in perfection shall endure. Lord, thou preservest man and beast; Since thou art ever kind, Beneath the shadow of thy wings We may a refuge find. With the abundance of thy house We shall be satisfied, From rivers of unfailing joy Our thirst shall be supplied.
The fountain of eternal life Is found alone with thee, And in the brightness of thy light We clearly light shall see. From those that know thee may thy love And mercy never depart, And may thy justice still protect And bless the upright heart. And now to thee our prayers ascend, O Father, glorious without end; We plead with sovereign grace for pow'r To conquer in temptation's hour. Confirm our will to do the right, And keep our hearts from envy's blight; Let faith her eager fires renew, And hate the false, and love the true.
O joyful be the passing day With thoughts as pure as morning's ray, With faith like noontide shining bright, Our souls unshadowed by the night. Against thine own, whom thou dost love, Their craft thy foes employ; They think to cut thy people off, Thy church they would destroy. Thine ancient foes, conspiring still, With one consent agree, And they who with thy people strive Make war, O God, with thee. O God, who in our fathers' time Didst smite our foes and thine, So smite thine enemies today Who in their pride combine.
Make them like dust and stubble blown Before the whirlwind dire, In terror driv'n before the storm Of thy consuming fire. Confound them in their sin till they To thee for pardon fly, Till in dismay they, trembling, own That thou art God Most High. Lift up thy voice, O earth; and all ye heavens, rejoice: From world to world the joy shall ring, The Lord omnipotent is king.
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The Lord is King! Who then shall dare Resist his will, distrust his care, Or murmur at his wise decrees, Or doubt his royal promises? Child of the dust, The judge of all the earth is just; Holy and true are all his ways: Let every creature speak his praise. Alike pervaded by his eye, All parts of his dominion lie; This world of ours, and worlds unseen, And thin the boundary between.
One Lord, one empire, all secures; He reigns, and life and death are yours: Through earth and heaven one song shall ring, "The Lord omnipotent is King! Consuming fire destroys his foes, Around the world his lightnings blaze; The trembling earth his presence knows, The mountains melt before his gaze.
The heavens his righteousness proclaim, Through earth his glory shines abroad; From idol worship turn with shame And bow before the living God. Thy church rejoices to behold Thy judgments in the earth, O Lord; Thy glory to the world unfold, Supreme o'er all be thou adored. All ye that truly love the Lord, Hate sin, for he is just and pure; To saints his help he will accord And keep them in his love secure.
For good men light and joy are sown To bless them in the harvest time; Ye saints, your joy in God make known And ever praise his name sublime. God is King in depth and height. In her everlasting station Earth is poised, to swerve no more; Thou hast laid thy throne's foundation From all time where thought can soar Alleluia!
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Lord, thou art for evermore. Lord, the waterfloods have lifted, Ocean floods have lift their roar; Now they pause where they have drifted, Now they burst upon the shore Alleluia! For the ocean's sounding store.
With all tones of waters blending, Glorious is the breaking deep; Glorious, beauteous without ending, God who reigns on heaven's high steep. Songs of ocean never sleep. Lord, the words thy lips are telling Are the perfect verity: Of thine high eternal dwelling Holiness shall inmate be. Pure is all that lives with thee. He putteth nations under us And maketh us triumphant stand; He giveth for our heritage His promised rest, a goodly land.
God hath ascended with a shout, Jehovah with the trumpet's sound; Sing praise to God our King, sing praise, Yea, let his glorious praise abound. Our God is King of all the earth, With thoughtful heart his praise make known, O'er all the nations God doth reign, Exalted on his holy throne.