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O the sweet wonders of that cross 400 That God, who made the, &-c.
Submissive to thy will, my God 291 To praise the ever bounteous, &c. ibid
351 Wait, O my soul, thy Maker's, &c. 286
What various hindrances we meet 371
'Tis finish'd, the Redeemer cries 311
The Saviour, with inviting voice ibid
OF CATECHISM, COMPENDIUM, CONFESSION OF FAITH,
Form of Infant Baptism,
Ordination of the Ministers of God's Word,
Form of Confirmation of Marriage,
PSA L M S.
PSALM 1. S. M. The way and end of the righteous and the wicked. 1 THE man is ever blest
Who shuns the sinner's ways, Amidst their councils never stands,
Nor takes the scorner's place. 2 But makes the law of God
His study and delight, Throughout the labours of the day,
And watches of the night. 3 He like a tree shall thrive,
With waters near the root : Fresh as the leaf his name shall live;
His works are heavenly fruit. 4 Not so the ungodly race,
They no such blessings find; Their hopes shall flee like empty chaff
Before the driving wind. 5 How will they bear to stand
Before that judgment-seat, Where all the saints at Christ's right hand
In full assembly meet ?
The way the righteous go :
PSALM 2. First Part. L. M.
, God the Father vindicates his Messiah. 1 1
HY did the heathen madly rage,
And why the Jews conspire in vain ? Why kings and rulers all engage,
T' oppose Messiah's gracious reign ? 2 « Come, let us break his bands,” they say,
“We'll ne'er be govern’d by his laws :
And nail'd Messiah to the cross.
Laughs at their pride, their rage controls; ;
And speak in thunder to their souls.
him from the dead, “ And he shall reign, Messiah still.”
PSALM 2. Second Part. L. M.
God the Son reveals the divine decree.
Declares th' unchangeable decree :
“ This day have I begotten thee. 2 " For sin thou'st offer'd up thy soul, “ And thou'st a right to intercede ;
Thy life shall last while ages roll,
6. The heathen for thy vast domain ;
“ And boundless be thy blessed reign. 4. “But nations, that resist thy grace,
« Shall fall beneath thine iron stroke;