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7 Then shall they rule with iron rod

Nations that dar'd rebel;
And join the sentence of their God,

On tyrants doom'd to hell.
8 The royal sinners, bound in chains,

New triumphs shall afford ;
Such honour for the saints remains ;
Praise ye, and love the Lord.

PSALM 150.-C. M. (*)

Ver. 1, 2, 6. A song of praise. 'N God's own house pronounce bis praise

* I Misgrace

he there reveals :

To heaven your joy and wonder raise,

For there his glory dwells.
9 Let all your sacred passions move,

While you rehearse his deeds :
But the great work of saving love,

Your highest praise exceeds.
3. All that have motion, life and breath,
Proclaim

your

Maker blest;
Yet when my voice expires in death,

My soul shall praise him best.

THE CHRISTIAN DOXOLOGY.

L, M.
10 God the Father, God the Son,

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Be honour, praise, and glory givin,
By all on earth, and all in heaven.

C. M.
ET God the Father and the Son,

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spirit

, be adora,

Where there are works to make him known,

Or xaintä to love the Lord.

C. M.

I.
Where the tune includes two stansas.
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THE God of mercy be ador'd,

Who calls our souls from death,
Who saves by his redeeming word,
And new-creating breath.

II.
To praise the Father, and the Son,

And Spirit, all divine,
The One in Three, and Thiee in One,

Let saints and angels join.

S. M.
E angels round the throne,

, Worship the Father, praise the Son,

And bless the Spirit too.

N The ,

P. M. to the great and sacred Three,

Eternal praise and glory giv'n,
Thro' all the worlds where God is known
By all the angels near the throne,

And all the saints in earth and heav'n.

P. M.

Perpetual honours raise ;
Glory to God the Son,

To God the Spirit, praise :
With all our powers, | Thy name we sing,

While farth adores.

Eternal King,

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SPIRITUAL SONGS.

IN THREE BOOKS.

1. COLLECTED FROM THE SCRIPTURES.
II. COMPOSED ON DIVINE SUBJECTS.
JI, PREPARED FOR THE LORD'S SUPPER,

BY I. WATTS, D. D.

And they sung a new song, saying, Thou art worthy, &c. for thou wast slain, and hast redeemed us, &c.

Rev. v. 9. Soliti essent (i. e. Christiani) convenire, carmenque Christo quasi Deo dicere. Plineus in Epist.

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HAVERHILL, (Mass.)
PUBLISHED BY NATHAN BURRILL.

1818.

(ŠTEREOTYPED BY B. & J. COLLINE, NEW-YORK.)

BOOK I.

COLLECTED FROM THE HOLY SCRIPTUR BR

BEHO

HYMN I.-C. M. [*]
A new song to the Lamb that was slain.

Rev. v. 6, 8, 9--12.
1 EHOLD the glories of the Lamb,

Amidst his Father's throne ! Prepare new honours for his name,

And songs before unknown. 2 Let elders worship at his feet,

The church adore around, With vials full of odours sweet,

And harps of sweeter sound. 3 Those are the prayers of all the saints,

And these the hymns they raise :
Jesus is kind to our complaints,

He loves to hear our praise.
le (Eternal Father, who shall look

Into thy secret will ?
Who but the Son shall take that book,

And open ev'ry seal ?
5 He shall fulfil thy great decrees,

The Son deserves it well ;
Lo, in his hand the sovereign keys

Of beaven, and death, and bell!]

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