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Great is the Lord, and with great praise

Author: J. H. Hymnal: The Whole Book of Psalms #XLVIII (1790) Hymnal Title: The Whole Book of Psalms Lyrics: 1 Great is the Lord, and with great praise to be advancèd still Within the city of our God, upon his holy hill. 2 Mount Sion is a pleasant place, it gladdeth all the land; The city of the mighty King on her north-side doth stand: 3 Within the palaces thereof God is a refuge known; For lo, the kings are gather'd and together they are gone: 4 But when they did behold it so, they wondered, and they were Astonish'd much, and suddenly were driven back with fear; 5 Great terror there on them did fall, for grief of heart they cry, As doth a woman when she shall go travail speedily, 6 As thou with eastern winds the ships upon tile sea dost break, They were destroy'd, and ev'n as we have heard oar fathers speak. 7 So in the city of the Lord we saw as it was told; Yea, in the city, which our God for ever will uphold. 8 O Lord, we wait, and do depend on thy good help and grace, For which we do all times attend within thy holy place. 9 O Lord, according to thy name for ever is thy praise, And thy right-hand, O Lord, is full of righteousness always. 10 For thy judgments let Sion mount be filled full with joys, Also of Judah grant, O Lord, the daughters to rejoice; 11 Go, walk about all Sion hill, yea, round about her go, And tell the towers that thereon are builded on a row; 12 And mark ye well her bulwarks all; behold her towers there, That ye may tell thereof to them that after shall be here. 13 For this most mighty God, our God for evermore is he, And unto death we are resolv'd our guide he still shall be. Scripture: Psalm 48 Languages: English
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Author: J. H. Hymnal: The Whole Booke of Psalmes #24b (1640) Hymnal Title: The Whole Booke of Psalmes First Line: Great is the Lord, & with great praise Lyrics: 1 Great is the Lord & with great praise to be advanced still: Within the City of our God, upon his holy hill. 2 Mount Sion is a pleasant place, it gladdeth all the land: The City of the mighty King on her north side doth stand: 3 Within the pallaces thereof, God is a refuge known: For lo the kings are gathered, and together they are gone. 4 But when they did behold it so, they wondred, and they were Astonished much, and suddenly were driven back with feare. 5 Great terror there on them did fall, for very wo they cry, As doth a woman when she shall go travell by and by 6 As thou with Eastern winds the ships upon tile sea dost break, They were stroid, and even as we heard oar fathers speak. 7 So in the City of the Lord, we saw as it was told: Yea in the City which our God for ever will uphold. 8 O Lord, we wait and do attend on thy good help and grace: For which we do all times attend within thy holy place. 9 O Lord according to thy Name for ever is thy praise, And thy right hand O Lord is full of righteousness alwaies. 10 Let for thy judgments Sion Mount fulfilled be with joyes: And eke of Judah grant O Lord, the daughters to rejoyce. 11 Go walk about all Sion hill, yea round about her go: And tell the towers that thereupon are builded on a row. 12 And mark ye well her bulwarks all, behold her towers there: That ye may tell thereof to them, that after shall be here. 13 For this most mighty God, our God for evermore is he: Yea and unto death also our guider shall he be. Scripture: Psalm 48 Languages: English

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