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Thy Presence why withdraw'st thou Lord?

Hymnal: A New Version of the Psalms of David #X (1760) Hymnal Title: A New Version of the Psalms of David Lyrics: 1 Thy Presence why withdraw'st thou Lord? why hid'st thou now thy Face, When dismal Times of deep Distress call for thy wonted Grace? 2 The Wicked, swell'd with lawless Pride, have made the Poor their Prey: O let them fall by those Designs which they for others lay. 3 For strait they triumph, if Success their thriving Crimes attend; And sordid Wretches, whom God hates, perversly they commend. 4 To own a Pow'r aove themselves their haughty Pride disdains; And therefore in their stubborn Mind no Thought of God remains. 5 Oppressive Methods they pursue, and all their Foes they slight; Because thy Judgments unobserv'd are far above their Sight. 6 They fondly think their prosp'rous State shall unmolested be; They think their vain Designs shall thrive, from Disappointment free. 7 Vain and deceitful is their Speech, with Curses fill'd, and Lies; By which the Mischief of their Heart they study to disguise. 8 Near public Roads they lie conceal'd, and all their Art employ, The Innocent and Poor at once to rifle, and destroy. 9 Not Lions, couching in their Dens, surprise their heedless Prey With greater Cunning, or express more savage Rage, than they. 10 Sometimes they act the harmless Man, and modest Looks they wear; That, so deciev'd, the Poor may less their sudden Onset fear. Part II 11 For God, they think, no Notice takes of their unrighteous Deeds; He never minds the suff'ring Poor, nor their Oppression heeds. 12 But thou, O Lord, at length arise stretch forth thy mighty Arm; And, by the Greatness of thy Pow'r, defend the Poor from Harm. 13 No longer let the Wicked vaunt, and proudly boasting, say, "The Lord regards not what we do, "he never will repay." 14 But sure, thou seest, and all their Deeds impartially dost try: The Orphan, therefore, and the Poor, on thee for Aid rely. 15 Defenceless let the Wicked fall, of all their Strength bereft; Confound, o God, their dark Designs, till no Remains are left. 15 Assert thy just Dominion, Lord, which shall for ever stand: Thou, who the Heathen did'st expel from this thy chosen Land. 17 Thou dost the humble Suppliants hear,; that to thy Throne repair; Thou first prepar'st their Hearts to pray, and then accept'st their Pray'r. 18 Thou, in thy righteous Judgment, weight'st the Fatherless and Poor; That so the Tyrants of the Earth may persecute no more. Scripture: Psalm 10 Languages: English
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Thy Presence why withdraw'st thou, Lord

Hymnal: A New Version of the Psalms of David #16 (1754) Hymnal Title: A New Version of the Psalms of David Lyrics: 1 Thy Presence why withdraw'st thou Lord? why hid'st thou now thy Face, When dismal Times of deep Distress call for thy wonted Grace? 2 The Wicked, swell'd with lawless Pride, have made the Poor their Prey; O let them fall by those Designs which they for others lay. 3 For strait they triumph, if Success their thriving Crimes attend; And sordid Wretches, whom God hates, perversly they commend. 4 To own a Pow'r aove themselves their haughty Pride disdains; And therefore in their stubborn Mind no Thought of God remains. 5 Oppressive Methods they pursue, and all their Foes they slight; Because thy Judgments unobserv'd are far above their Sight. 6 They fondly think their prosp'rous State shall unmolested be; they think their vain Designs shall thrive, from all Misfortune free. 7 Vain and deceitful is their Speech, with Curses fill'd, and Lies; By which the Mischief of their Heart they study to disguise. 8 Near public roads they lie conceal'd, and all their Art employ, The Innocent and Poor at once to rifle, and destroy. 9 Not Lions, couching in their Dens, surprise their heedless Prey With greater Cunning, or express more savage Rage, than they. 10 Sometimes they act the harmless Man, and modest Looks they wear; That, so deciev'd, the Poor may less their sudden Onset fear. Part II 11 For God, they think, no Notice takes of their unrighteous Deeds; He never minds the suff'ring Poor, nor their Oppression heeds. 12 But thou, O Lord, at length arise; stretch forth thy mighty Arm; And, by the Greatness of thy Pow'r, defend the Poor from Harm. 13 No longer let the Wicked vaunt, and proudly boasting, say, "Tush, God regards not what we do, "he never will repay." 14 But sure, thou seest, and all their Deeds impartially dost try: The Orphan, therefore, and the Poor, on thee for Aid rely. 15 Defenceless let the wicked fall, of all their Strength bereft; Confound, o God, their dark Designs, till no Remains are left. 15 Assert thy just Dominion, Lord, which shall for ever stand: Thou who the Heathen did'st expel from this thy chosen Land. 17 Thou dost the humble Suppliants hear, that to thy Throne repair; Thou first prepar'st their Hearts to pray, and then accept'st their Pray'r. 18 Thou, in thy righteous Judgment, weight'st the Fatherless and Poor; That so the Tyrants of the Earth may persecute no more. Scripture: Psalm 10 Languages: English

Thy presence why withdrawest thou, Lord

Hymnal: A Selection of Psalms and Hymns for Every Sunday ... Diocese of Quebec #d155 (1834) Hymnal Title: A Selection of Psalms and Hymns for Every Sunday ... Diocese of Quebec Languages: English
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Thy presence why withdraw'st thou, Lord

Hymnal: A Selection of Psalms and Hymns #32a (1835) Hymnal Title: A Selection of Psalms and Hymns Languages: English
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Thy presence why withdrawest thou, Lord

Hymnal: A Selection of Psalms, Hymns and Anthems, for every Sunday and principal festival throughout the year. for the use of congregations in the dioceses Quebec and Toronto. #P10 (1842) Hymnal Title: A Selection of Psalms, Hymns and Anthems, for every Sunday and principal festival throughout the year. for the use of congregations in the dioceses Quebec and Toronto. Languages: English
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Thy presence why withdraw'st thou, Lord?

Hymnal: The Whole Book of Psalms #X.I (1793) Hymnal Title: The Whole Book of Psalms Scripture: Psalm 10

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