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The mighty God

Author: W. W. Hymnal: The Whole Book of Psalms #La (1790) Hymnal Title: The Whole Book of Psalms Lyrics: 1 The mighty God, th Eternal hath thus spoke, And all the world he will call and provoke; E'en from the east, and so forth to the west, Out of Sion, which place he liketh best, God will appear, in beauty most excellent, Our God will come before that long time be spent: 2 Devouring fire shall go before his face, A great tempest shall round about him trace. Then shall he call the earth and heavens bright, To judge his folk with equity and right; Saying, Go to, and now my saints assemble; My pact they keep, their gifts do not dissemble. 3 The heav'ns they shall declare his righteousness For God is judge of all things more and less. Hear, my people, for I will now reveal; List, Israel, I'll from thee naught conceal, Thy God, thy Lord and I, and will not blame thee For not giving all sorts of off'rings to me: 4 I have no need to take of thee at all Goats of thy fold or calves out of thy stall: For all the beasts are mine within the woods, On thousand hills cattle are mine own goods; I know for mine all birds that are on mountains, All beasts mine are which haunt the fields and fountains. 5 Were I hungry I would not thee it tell; For all is mine that in the world doth dwell. Eat I the flesh of great bulls or bullocks? Or drink the blood of goats or of the flocks? Offer to God praise and hearty thanksgiving, And pay thy vows unto God ever-living. 6 Call upon me when troubled thou shalt be; Then will I help and thou shalt honour me. To the wicked thus saith th' eternal God, Why dost thou preach my words and laws abroad, Seeing thou hast them with thy mouth abus'd, And hat'st to be by discipline reduc'd? 7 My words, I say, thou dost reject and hate: If that thou seest a thief, as with thy mate, Thou run'st with him, and so your prey seek out; And art all one with the adult'rous rout. Thou giv'st thyself to back-bite and to slander, And how thy tongue deceiveth, is a wonder. 8 Thou sitt'st musing thy brother how to blame, And how to put thy mother's son to shame. These things thou didst, and while I held my tongue, Thou didst me judge, because I stayed so long, Like to thyself; yet tho' I kept long silence, Once shalt thou feel of thy wrongs just recompense. 9 Consider this, ye that forget the Lord, And fear not, when he threateneth with his word, Lest without help I spoil you as a prey: But he that thanks offers, praiseth alway, Saith the Lord God, and he that walketh this trace, I will him teach God's saving health to embrace. Scripture: Psalm 50 Languages: English
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Deus Deorum

Author: W. W. Hymnal: The Whole Booke of Psalmes #25 (1640) Hymnal Title: The Whole Booke of Psalmes First Line: The mighty God Lyrics: 1 The mighty God, th'Eternal hath thus spoke, And all the world he will call and provoke. E'en from the East, and so forth to the West. 2 From toward Sion, which place he liketh best: God will appeare in beauty most excellent Our God will come before long time be spent. 3 Devouring fire shall go before his face: A great tempest shall round about him trace. 4 Then shall he call the earth and heavens bright, To judge his folk with equity and right. 5 Saying to to, and now my saints assemble: My pact they keep, their gifts do not dissemble. 6 The heavens shall declare his righteousnesse, For God is Judge of all things more and lesse, 7 Heare my people, for I will now reveale: List Israel, I will thee nought conceale: Thy God, thy God am I and will not blame thee, 8 For giving not all manner offrings to me. 9 I have no need to take of thee at all, Goats of thy fold, or Calfe out of thy stall: 10 For all the beasts are mine within the woods: On thousand hills cattell are mine own goods. 11 I know for mine all birds that are on mountaines: All beasts are mine, which haunt the fields and fountaines. 12 Hungry if I were, I would not thee it tell: For all is mine that in the world doth dwell. 13 Eat I the flesh of great Bulls or Bullocks? Or drink the blood of Goats, and of the flocks? 14 Offer to God praise and hearty thanksgiving: And pay thy vowes unto God ever-living. 15 Call upon me, when troubled thou shalt be: Then will I help, and thou shalt honoru me. 16 To the wicked, thus saith th'Eternal God: Why dost thou preach my lawes and hests abroad? 17 Seeing thou hast them with thy mouth abused, And hat'st to be by discipline reformed. My words, I say, thou dost reject and hate, 18 If that thou see a thiefe as with thy mate, Thou run'st with him, and so your prey do seek: And art all one with bawds amd riffoams ele. 19 Thou giv'st thy selfe to back bites and to slander: And how thy tongue deceives, it is a wonder. 20 Thou sittest musing, thy brother how to blame: And how to put thy mother's sonne to shame. 21 These things thou didst and whilst I held my tongue, Thou didst me judge, because I staid so long, Like to thy selfe: yet though I kept long silence, Once shalt thou feel of thy wrongs just recompence. 22 Consider this, ye that forget the Lord: And feare not when he threatneth with his word: Lest without help I spoile you as a prey: 23 But he that thanks offer'th, praiseth me aye, Saith the Lord God, and he that walketh this trace, I will him teach God's saving health to imbrace. Scripture: Psalm 50 Languages: English Tune Title: [The mighty God]

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