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Doxology Doxology

Doxology
The Christian Doxology.Long Metre.To God the Father, God the Son,And God the Spirit, Three in One,Be honour, praise, and glory given,By all on earth, and all in heaven.Common Metre.Let God the Father, and the Son,And Spirit be ador'd,Where there are works to make him known,Or saints to love the Lord.Common Metre.Where the tune includes two stanzas.The God of mercy be ador'd,Who calls our souls from death,Who saves by his redeeming word,And new-creating breath.To praise the Father and the SonAnd Spirit all divine,The One in Three, and Three in One,Let saints and angels join.Short Metre.Ye angels round the throne,And saints that dwell... Poems - Post by : jackc - Date : August 2011 - Author : Isaac Watts - Read : 2102

Psalm 150 (in God's Own House Pronounce His Praise) Psalm 150 (in God's Own House Pronounce His Praise)

Psalm 150 (in God's Own House Pronounce His Praise)
Psalm 150. 1 2 6A song of praise.In God's own house pronounce his praise,His grace he there reveals;To heaven your joy and wonder raise,For there his glory dwells.Let all your sacred passions move,While you rehearse his deeds;But the great work of saving loveYour highest praise exceeds. 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 end)Isaac Watts's poem: Psalm 150 In God's Own House Pronounce His Praise)... Poems - Post by : Ronnie - Date : August 2011 - Author : Isaac Watts - Read : 1545

Psalm 149 (all Ye That Love The Lord, Rejoice) Psalm 149 (all Ye That Love The Lord, Rejoice)

Psalm 149 (all Ye That Love The Lord, Rejoice)
Praise God, all his saints; or,The saints judging the world.All ye that love the Lord, rejoice,And let your songs be new;Amidst the church with cheerful voiceHis later wonders shew.The Jews, the people of his grace,Shall their Redeemer sing;And Gentile nations join the praise,While Zion owns her King.The Lord takes pleasure in the just,Whom sinners treat with scorn;The meek that lie despis'd in dustSalvation shall adorn.Saints should be joyful in their King,Ev'n on a dying bed;And like the souls in glory sing,For God shall raise the dead.Then his high praise shall fill their tongues,Their hands shall wield the sword;And vengeance shall attend... Poems - Post by : 1CellNet - Date : August 2011 - Author : Isaac Watts - Read : 2469

Psalm 148:3 (let Every Creature Join) Psalm 148:3 (let Every Creature Join)

Psalm 148:3 (let Every Creature Join)
Psalm 148:3. S. M.Universal praise.Let every creature joinTo praise th' eternal God;Ye heavenly hosts, the song begin,And sound his Name abroad.Thou sun with golden beams,And moon with paler rays;Ye starry lights, ye twinkling flames,Shine to your Maker's praise.He built those worlds above,And fix'd their wondrous frame;By his command they stand or move,And ever speak his Name.Ye vapours, when ye rise,Or fall in showers, or snow,Ye thunders, murmuring round the skies,His power and glory show.Wind, hail, and flashing fire,Agree to praise the Lord,When ye in dreadful storms conspireTo execute his word.By all his works aboveHis honours be exprest;But saints that taste his... Poems - Post by : tigerjim14 - Date : August 2011 - Author : Isaac Watts - Read : 2991

Psalm 148:2 Paraphrased (loud Hallelujahs To The Lord) Psalm 148:2 Paraphrased (loud Hallelujahs To The Lord)

Psalm 148:2 Paraphrased (loud Hallelujahs To The Lord)
Psalm 148:2. Paraphrased. L. M.Universal praise to God.Loud hallelujahs to the Lord,From distant worlds where creatures dwell:Let heaven begin the solemn word,And sound it dreadful down to hell.(Note. This psalm may be sung to the tune of the old 112th or127th Psalm, if these two lines be added to every stanza, viz.)Each of his works his Name displays,But they can ne'er fulfil the praise.(Otherwise it must be sung to the usual tunes of the Long Metre.) The Lord! how absolute he reigns!Let every angel bend the knee;Sing of his love in heavenly strains,And speak how fierce his terrors be.High on a... Poems - Post by : PJ_Tenn - Date : August 2011 - Author : Isaac Watts - Read : 2768

Psalm 148:1 (ye Tribes Of Adam, Join) Psalm 148:1 (ye Tribes Of Adam, Join)

Psalm 148:1 (ye Tribes Of Adam, Join)
Psalm 148:1. P. M.Praise to God from all creatures.Ye tribes of Adam, joinWith heaven, and earth, and seas,And offer notes divineTo your Creator's praise:Ye holy throngOf angels bright,In worlds of light,Begin the song.Thou sun with dazzling rays,And moon that rules the night,Shine to your Maker's praise,With stars of twinkling light:His power declare,Ye floods on high,And clouds that flyIn empty air.The shining worlds aboveIn glorious order stand,Or in swift courses moveBy his supreme command:He spake the word,And all their frameFrom nothing cameTo praise the Lord.He mov'd their mighty wheelsIn unknown ages past,And each his word fulfilsWhile time and nature last:In different waysHis... Poems - Post by : redrose105 - Date : August 2011 - Author : Isaac Watts - Read : 2741

Psalm 147:3 (with Songs And Honours Sounding Loud) Psalm 147:3 (with Songs And Honours Sounding Loud)

Psalm 147:3 (with Songs And Honours Sounding Loud)
Psalm 147:3. 7-9 13-18. C. M.The seasons of the year.With songs and honours sounding loudAddress the Lord on high;Over the heavens he spreads his cloud,And waters veil the sky.He sends his showers of blessing downTo cheer the plains below;He makes the grass the mountains crown,And corn in vallies grow.He gives the grazing ox his meat,He hears the ravens cry;But man, who tastes his finest wheat,Should raise his honours high.His steady counsels change the faceOf the declining year;He bids the sun cut short his race,And wintry days appear.His hoary frost, his fleecy snowDescend and clothe the ground;The liquid streams forbear to flow,In... Poems - Post by : 39364 - Date : August 2011 - Author : Isaac Watts - Read : 2747

Psalm 147:2 Second Part (o Britain, Praise Thy Mighty God) Psalm 147:2 Second Part (o Britain, Praise Thy Mighty God)

Psalm 147:2 Second Part (o Britain, Praise Thy Mighty God)
Summer and winter.A song for Great Britain.O Britain, praise thy mighty God,And make his honours known abroad,He bid the ocean round thee flow;Not bars of brass could guard thee so.Thy children are secure and blest;Thy shores have peace, thy cities rest;He feeds thy sons with finest wheat,And adds his blessing to their meat.Thy changing season he ordains,Thine early and thy later rains:His flakes of snow like wool he sends,And thus the springing corn defends.With hoary frost he strews the ground;His hail descends with clattering sound:Where is the man so vainly boldThat dares defy his dreadful cold?He bids the southern breezes blow,The... Poems - Post by : joshua666 - Date : August 2011 - Author : Isaac Watts - Read : 2875

Psalm 147:1 First Part (praise Ye The Lord; 'tis Good To Raise) Psalm 147:1 First Part (praise Ye The Lord; 'tis Good To Raise)

Psalm 147:1 First Part (praise Ye The Lord; 'tis Good To Raise)
The divine nature, providence and grace.Praise ye the Lord; 'tis good to raiseOur hearts and voices in his praise;His nature and his works inviteTo make this duty our delight.The Lord builds up Jerusalem,And gathers nations to his Name:His mercy melts the stubborn soul,And makes the broken spirit whole. He form'd the stars, those heavenly flames,He counts their numbers, calls their names:His wisdom's vast, and knows no bound,A deep where all our thoughts are drown'd. Great is our Lord, and great his might;And all his glories infinite:He crowns the meek, rewards the just,And treads the wicked to the dust.PAUSE. Sing to the... Poems - Post by : lithotoyz - Date : August 2011 - Author : Isaac Watts - Read : 911

Psalm 146:2 As The 113th Psalm (i'll Praise My Maker With My Breath) Psalm 146:2 As The 113th Psalm (i'll Praise My Maker With My Breath)

Psalm 146:2 As The 113th Psalm (i'll Praise My Maker With My Breath)
Praise to God for his goodness and truth.I'll praise my Maker with my breath;And when my voice is lost in deathPraise shall employ my nobler powers:My days of praise shall ne'er he pastWhile life and thought and being last,Or immortality endures.Why should I make a man my trust?Princes must die and turn to dust;Vain is the help of flesh and blood:Their breath departs, their pomp and power,And thoughts all vanish in an hour,Nor can they make their promise good.Happy the man whose hopes relyOn Israel's God: he made the sky,And earth and seas with all their train;His truth for ever stands... Poems - Post by : Laurence_E. - Date : August 2011 - Author : Isaac Watts - Read : 710

Psalm 146:1 (praise Ye The Lord, My Heart Shall Join) Psalm 146:1 (praise Ye The Lord, My Heart Shall Join)

Psalm 146:1 (praise Ye The Lord, My Heart Shall Join)
Psalm 146:1. L. M.Praise to God for his goodness and truth.Praise ye the Lord, my heart shall joinIn work so pleasant, so divine,Now, while the flesh is mine abode,And when my soul ascends to God.Praise shall employ my noblest powers,While immortality endures;My days of praise shall ne'er be past,While life and thought and being last.Why should I make a man my trust?Princes must die and turn to dust;Their breath departs, their pomp and powerAnd thoughts, all vanish in an hour.Happy the man whose hopes relyOn Israel's God: he made the sky,And earth and seas with all their train,And none shall find... Poems - Post by : willc123 - Date : August 2011 - Author : Isaac Watts - Read : 2314

Psalm 145:4 Third Part (let Every Tongue Thy Goodness Speak) Psalm 145:4 Third Part (let Every Tongue Thy Goodness Speak)

Psalm 145:4 Third Part (let Every Tongue Thy Goodness Speak)
Psalm 145:4. 14 17 &c. Third PartMercy to sufferers; or, God hearing prayer.Let every tongue thy goodness speak,Thou sovereign Lord of all;Thy strengthening hands uphold the weak,And raise the poor that fall.When sorrow bows the spirit down,Or virtue lies distrestBeneath some proud oppressor's frown,Thou giv'st the mourners rest. The Lord supports our tottering days,And guides our giddy youth;Holy and just are all his ways,And all his words are truth.He knows the pains his servants feel,He hears his children cry,And their best wishes to fulfilHis grace is ever nigh.His mercy never shall removeFrom men of heart sincere;He saves the souls whose humble... Poems - Post by : lucie101 - Date : August 2011 - Author : Isaac Watts - Read : 1729

Psalm 145:3 Second Part (sweet Is The Memory Of Thy Grace) Psalm 145:3 Second Part (sweet Is The Memory Of Thy Grace)

Psalm 145:3 Second Part (sweet Is The Memory Of Thy Grace)
Psalm 145:3. 7 &c. Second PartThe goodness of God.Sweet is the memory of thy grace,My God, my heavenly king;Let age to age thy righteousnessIn sounds of glory sing.God reigns on high, but not confinesHis goodness to the skies;Thro' the whole earth his bounty shines,And every want supplies.With longing eyes thy creatures waitOn thee for daily food,Thy liberal hand provides their meatAnd fills their mouths with good.How kind are thy compassions, Lord!How slow thine anger moves!But soon he sends his pardoning wordTo cheer the souls he loves.Creatures, with all their endless race,Thy power and praise proclaim;But saints that taste thy richer graceDelight... Poems - Post by : Dusty13 - Date : August 2011 - Author : Isaac Watts - Read : 2677

Psalm 145:2 First Part (long As I Live I'll Bless Thy Name) Psalm 145:2 First Part (long As I Live I'll Bless Thy Name)

Psalm 145:2 First Part (long As I Live I'll Bless Thy Name)
Psalm 145:2. 1-7 11-13. First PartThe greatness of God.Long as I live I'll bless thy Name,My King, my God of love;My work and joy shall be the sameIn the bright world above.Great is the Lord, his power unknown,And let his praise be great:I'll sing the honours of thy throne,Thy works of grace repeat.Thy grace shall dwell upon my tongue;And while my lips rejoice,The men that hear my sacred songShall join their cheerful voice.Fathers to Sons shall teach thy Name,And children learn thy ways;Ages to come thy truth proclaim,And nations sound thy praise.Thy glorious deeds of ancient dateShall thro' the world be... Poems - Post by : Brandon - Date : August 2011 - Author : Isaac Watts - Read : 3094

Psalm 145:1 (my God, My King, Thy Various Praise) Psalm 145:1 (my God, My King, Thy Various Praise)

Psalm 145:1 (my God, My King, Thy Various Praise)
Psalm 145:1. L. M.The greatness of God.My God, my King, thy various praiseShall fill the remnant of my days;Thy grace employ my humble tongueTill death and glory raise the song.The wings of every hour shall bearSome thankful tribute to thine ear;And every setting sun shall seeNew works of duty done for thee.Thy truth and justice I'll proclaim;Thy bounty flows, an endless stream,Thy mercy swift, thine anger slow,But dreadful to the stubborn foe.Thy works with sovereign glory shine,And speak thy majesty divine;Let Britain round her shores proclaimThe sound and honour of thy Name.Let distant times and nations raiseThe long succession of thy... Poems - Post by : 4easypr - Date : August 2011 - Author : Isaac Watts - Read : 2682

Psalm 144:3 Third Part (happy The City, Where Their Sons) Psalm 144:3 Third Part (happy The City, Where Their Sons)

Psalm 144:3 Third Part (happy The City, Where Their Sons)
Psalm 144:3. 12-15. Third PartGrace above riches; or, The happy nation.Happy the city their sonsLike pillars round a palace set,And daughters bright as polish'd stonesGive strength and beauty to the state.Happy the country the sheep,Cattle, and corn, have large increase;Where men securely work or sleep,Nor sons of plunder break the peace.Happy the nation thus endow'd,But more divinely blest are thoseOn whom the all-sufficient GodHimself with all his grace bestows.(The end)Isaac Watts's poem: Psalm 144:3 Third Part (Happy The City, Where Their Sons)... Poems - Post by : Viola_Tan - Date : August 2011 - Author : Isaac Watts - Read : 3322

Psalm 144:2 Second Part (lord, What Is Man, Poor Feeble Man) Psalm 144:2 Second Part (lord, What Is Man, Poor Feeble Man)

Psalm 144:2 Second Part (lord, What Is Man, Poor Feeble Man)
Psalm 144:2. 3 4 5 6. Second PartThe vanity of man, and condescension of God.Lord, what is man, poor feeble man,Born of the earth at first!His life a shadow, light and vain,Still hasting to the dust.O what is feeble dying manOr any of his race,That God should make it his concernTo visit him with grace!That God who darts his lightnings down,Who shakes the worlds above,And mountains tremble at his frown,How wondrous is his love.(The end)Isaac Watts's poem: Psalm 144:2 Second Part Lord, What Is Man, Poor Feeble Man)... Poems - Post by : Rhondap - Date : August 2011 - Author : Isaac Watts - Read : 1754

Psalm 144:1 First Part (for Ever Blessed Be The Lord) Psalm 144:1 First Part (for Ever Blessed Be The Lord)

Psalm 144:1 First Part (for Ever Blessed Be The Lord)
Psalm 144:1. 1 2. First PartAssistance and victory in the spiritual warfare.For ever blessed be the Lord,My Saviour and my shield;He sends his Spirit with his wordTo arm me for the field. When sin and hell their force unite,He makes my soul his care,Instructs me to the heavenly fight,And guards me thro' the war. A friend and helper so divineDoth my weak courage raise;He makes the glorious victory mine,And his shall be the praise.(The end)Isaac Watts's poem: Psalm 144:1 First Part (For Ever Blessed Be The Lord)... Poems - Post by : mahler21 - Date : August 2011 - Author : Isaac Watts - Read : 1321

Psalm 143 (my Righteous Judge, My Gracious God) Psalm 143 (my Righteous Judge, My Gracious God)

Psalm 143 (my Righteous Judge, My Gracious God)
Complaint of heavy afflictions in mind and body.My righteous Judge, my gracious God,Hear when I spread my hands abroadAnd cry for succour from thy throne,O make thy truth and mercy known.Let judgment not against me pass;Behold thy servant pleads thy grace:Should justice call us to thy bar,No man alive is guiltless there.Look down in pity, Lord, and seeThe mighty woes that burden me;Down to the dust my life is brought,Like one long bury'd and forgot.I dwell in darkness and unseen,My heart is desolate within;My thoughts in musing silence traceThe ancient wonders of thy grace.Thence I derive a glimpse of hopeTo bear... Poems - Post by : rubyfusion - Date : August 2011 - Author : Isaac Watts - Read : 1838

Psalm 142 (to God I Made My Sorrows Known) Psalm 142 (to God I Made My Sorrows Known)

Psalm 142 (to God I Made My Sorrows Known)
God is the hope of the helpless.To God I made my sorrows known,From God I sought relief;In long complaints before his throneI pour'd out all my grief.My soul was overwhelm'd with woes,My heart began to break;My God, who all my burdens knows,He knows the way I take.On every side I cast mine eye,And found my helpers gone,While friends and strangers pass'd me byNeglected or unknown.Then did I raise a louder cry,And call'd thy mercy near,"Thou art my portion when I die,"Be thou my refuge here."Lord, I am brought exceeding low,Now let thine ear attend,And make my foes who vex me knowI've... Poems - Post by : 1WebDiva - Date : August 2011 - Author : Isaac Watts - Read : 1659