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9 Let the floods clap their hands and let the

hills be joyful together be- | fore the
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Lord for He cometh to judge

| the earth. 10 With righteousness shall Hel judge the

world | and the peo-ple, with

equity. Glory be to the Father and · to the | Son ||

and | to the | Ho-ly | Ghost ; As it was in the beginning, is now and I ev-er

| shall be | world without / end. --| A

- | men. 909 1 GOD be merciful unto | us and bless us |

and show us the light of His counte

nance, and be | merci-. ful | un-to | us; 2 That Thy way may be known up- | on - |

earth | Thy saving | health a- | mong

all | nations. 3 Let the people praise | Thee 0 | God || yea

let | all the peo-ple | praise Thee. 4 O let the nations rejoice and be glad |

for Thou shalt judge the folk righteously, and govern the nations up

| on | earth. 5 Let the people praise | Thee O | God | yea

let | all the peo-ple | praise Thee. 6 Then shall the earth bring | forth her | in

| crease | and God, even our own God

shall | give — | us His | blessing. ng * God | shall — | bless us | and all the ends

of the world shall | fear — | Him.

* Last half of Double Chant.

Glory be to the Father | and · to the | Son |

and to the Ho-ly Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now and ev

er | shall be || world without | end." -1

A-- men. 910 1 It is a good thing to give thanks | unto

the Lord | and to sing praises unto Thy Name | 0 - | Most - | Highest.

2 To tell of Thy loving-kindness early in

the mighing season.f Thy truth | in

3 Upon an instrument of ten strings and

up- on the | lute | upon a loud in

strument | and up-i on the harp. 4 For Thou, Lord, hast made me glad |

through Thy | works | and I will rejoice in giving praise for the oper

| a-tions of Thy | hands. Glory be to the Father | and to the Son ||

and | to the | Ho-ly | Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now and | ev

er | shall be || world without | end.

A- | men. 911 1 Praise the Lord | O my soul | and all

that is within me | praise His | ho-ly

| Name. 2 Praise the Lord | O my soul || and for- |

get not | all His ! benefits ; 3 Who forgiveth | all thy | sin || and healeth

| all — | thine in- 1 firmities;

4 Who saveth thy life | from de- / struction

| and crowneth thee with | mercy · and

| lov-ing- | kindness ; 5 O praise the Lord, ye angels of His, ye

that ex- | cel in | strength || ye that fulfil His commandment, and hearken

unto the voice — | of His | word. 6 O praise the Lord all / ye His | hosts | ye

servants of His that do His | pleas

ure.

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7 *0 speak good of the Lord, all ye works

of His, in all places of His do- | minion || praise thou the | Lord – 10 my

| soul. Glory be to the Father, and · to the Son, |

and | to the | Ho-ly | Ghost ; As it was in the beginning, is now and ev

er | shall be || world without | end.

| A-- | men. 912 1 My soul doth magni- | fy the | Lord || and

my spirit hath re- 1 joiced in God

my | Saviour. 2 For He hath re- / garded | the lowli- | ness

of His hand- | maiden. 3 For be- hold from | henceforth || all gen

er- l 'ations · shall | call me | blessed. 4 For He that is mighty hath | magni- • fied

| me | and | ho-ly | is His | name. 5 And His

mercy is on them that | fear Him || through- | out all I gen-er- | ations.

* Last half of Double Chant.

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6 He hath showed strength | with His / arm

|| He hath scattered the proud in the

imagin- | a-tion of their į hearts. ✓ He hath put down the mighty | from their | seat | and hath ex- | alted

the 1 humble and | meek. 8 He hath filled the hungry | with good things and the rich He hath sent

| - | empty a- | way. 9 He remembering His mercy hath holpen

His servant | Is-ra- | el | as He promised to our forefathers, Abraham |

and his seed for- | ever. Glory be to the Father, and to the | Son |

and | to the | Ho-ly | Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now and I ev

er | shall be | world without | end. . A- | men.

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913 1 LORD, now lettest Thou Thy servant de- |

part in | peace | ac- | cord-ing | to Thy

| word. 2 For mine | eyes have seen | Thy |

sal| va

stion, 3 Which Thou | hast pre- | pared | before the

| face of all — | people ; 4 To be a light to lighten the Gentiles |

and to be the glory of Thy | peo-ple |

Is-ra- | el. Glory be to the Father | and to the Son ||

and to the Holy Ghost;

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* Last half of Double Chant,

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As it was in the beginning, is now and ev

er | shall be || world without | end. - 1

A- | men. 914

BEFORE THE ADMINISTRATION. 1 The mercy of the Lord is from everlasting

to everlasting upon | them that | fear Him | And His righteousness / un-to |

children's children. 2 To such as I keep His | cove-nant || And to

those that remember His com- | mandments to do

- | them. 3 Suffer the little children to come unto Me

and for- | bid them not | For of such is the kingdom of heaven.

| 4 For the promise is unto you and to your

| children || And to all that are afar off, even as many as the Lord our | God shall call.

AFTER THE ADMINISTRATION. 5 Then will I sprinkle clean water · up- | on

you || And | ye shall be | clean : 6 A new heart also | will I give you ] And

a new spirit | will I l put with- | in

you, 7 And I will take away the stony heart | out

of your / flesh | And I will give

you a | heart of | flesh. 8 I will pour my Spirit up- | on thy | seed |

And my blessing · up-1 on thine | off

spring : 9 And they shall spring up as a- | mong the

grass | As willows | by the wa-ter

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